I'm an avid listener of podcasts because it allows me to if anything be productive or learn something on my commute to and from work. Each episode is a snippet of a full-episode you can only get by subscribing and paying a subscription fee. However, I'm stuck in a catch-22 here. As a beginner and a golf enthusiast, it strikes me that this is more for people that looking to looking at all aspects of golf and beyond golf itself. Which I think this podcast does decently well, but as of late, I've only seen a few episodes based on game improvement or things I can use to get better. While I am learning from the podcast, I simply don't feel like I can become a better golfer by listening every week. But I can't bring myself to subscribe simply because the content is on ancillary topics to golf, and while they are interesting, don't lend to much golfing knowledge I care about. But that's just me. Fred is affable, clever, and seems like he cares a lot about golf and the game itself. The content is the problem for me - while it is new to me, it doesn't feel interesting. There is a whole side world to golf like Fred mentions, but you can't forget the news developments, the big companies that dominate golf and their developments, the players, the tournaments. Most episodes seem to be an interview with just one person, which is great, but I think it'd benefit from more people as well.