Brandel Chamblee on ‘What the hell is happening to the game of golf’ | The Scott Verplank Show

Brandel Chamblee on ‘What the hell is happening to the game of golf’ | The Scott Verplank Show

Verplank's former North Texas junior golf rival joins the show to talk about how LIV Golf and equipment is is changing the game.

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

| Feb 29, 2024, 10:00am CST

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

Feb 29, 2024, 10:00am CST

In this episode, Scott Verplank talks with his former North Texas junior golf rival Brandel Chamblee, now one of professional golf’s most recognizable broadcasters.

Chamblee, a Golf Channel analyst, shares his views on among other topics, the impact of LIV golf, the Public Investment Fund and its association with Saudi Arabia.

Episode highlights:

17:18: Chamblee: “We’re risking alienating the lifelong fan of the game.”

19:17: Chamblee: “It’s more about a blind greediness with no respect for what came before them and no obvious sense of debt to future generations.”

21:00: Chamblee on whether the Public Investment Fund and its association with Saudi Arabia or the PGA Tour are more responsible for golf’s divisions.

23:00 Where Chamblee’s dissent with the Public Investment Fund stems from.

24:59: The “Faustian pact” LIV golfers have made 

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative Director: Michael Lane

Social media: Bobby Howard

Director of Content: Mike Sherman

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