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This week Josh Talge from Titleist joins the show and we discuss everything from Titleist 917 line of metal woods to marketing in a different environment in this episode of the Golf Industry Uncut.

On This Episode
Release Cycles at Different Companies
The Marketing of the Titleist 917 Line
The Goals of Titleist Golf Clubs
Creating the Perfect Burger
And so much more

This podcast is your chance to hear from those in the golf industry in a format that is completely raw and unedited. If there is an issue on the show, you will hear it. You will have the opportunity to submit questions for guests over the course of the year and even connect with them after each episode either right here on the THP Forum or through social media and let them know your thoughts or ask follow up questions.

Tackling on demand audio for the world of golf like never before, THP Radio presents this unique look behind the doors of the equipment world through the experts.

Join us by listening below or if you are on the THP Mobile App, click the THP Radio button on the bottom. As always you can find us on iTunes or Google Play at The Hackers Paradise or whatever platform is your favorite of choice for podcasts.

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About the Author ()

Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. Greg 49 says:

    That was a fun show. New listener and now going back to listen to the others.

    Mr. Talge is so enthusiastic when he describes club arrival day.

  2. Peter F says:

    I want his hamburger. I might have to make that this week. Realy good show and I have enjoyed the last few. Titleist makes some really pretty clubs. Not my thing but still nice.

  3. so-illhacker says:

    Really good show! Glad to see Titleist creating a presence on the forum.

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