NEW YORK — In a world of traditional golf coverage, GOLF.com is pleased to announce an exciting and irreverent new entry: Subpar with Colt & Drew, featuring popular golf talk show hosts Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz.
Premiering Tuesday, February 11, Subpar is a new and creative take on golf and golf lifestyle that will include commentary, tour access, behind-the-scenes stories and comedic insights from two well-known – and in-the-know – golf personalities. Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz have more than 20 years of combined experience—from playing on the tour, in pro-ams and member-guest events, and through memorable golf trips around the globe.
They have met, experienced, beat and lost to most of the pros and athletes who love the game as much as they do. Colt and Drew’s familiarity with golf and all its inner workings, along with their quick wit, yield an extremely entertaining and original perspective.
Subpar will have new installments every Tuesday. The audience will be treated to a wide variety of topics and segments. Whether its one-on-one interviews with VIPs, golf news of the day, what to watch, or a good natured prank or gambling tip, Colt and Drew will get their fans up to speed on everything going on in golf—and will deliver it with an insightful and light-hearted touch that only they can provide.
The opening episodes of the weekly program will feature provocative interviews from some of the top names from the worlds of golf and entertainment, including U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland as well as international stars Jon Rahm and Kiradech Aphibarnrat.
Subpar will be recorded on video in the 8AM/GOLF.com studios in Scottsdale, Arizona, and distributed across GOLF’s platforms—including on YouTube, as a podcast, through social media outlets, and directly on the GOLF.com site.
“At GOLF and GOLF.com, we are laser-focused on engaging our loyal audience while continuing to grow the brand across all digital platforms,” said Jason Adel, CEO of GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com. “In 2020, we are doubling down across our key programming pillars, which focus on tour news, equipment and instruction, as well as lifestyle and travel.”
“Our partnership with Colt and Drew showcases our effort to roll out a variety of content that fits these programming principles,” Adel added, “including in-depth player profiles, informative interviews, and lively conversation, to reflect the full breadth of GOLF.com’s features and services.”
In addition to Subpar, GOLF.com programs and podcasts also include Drop Zone, which offers deep-dive interviews and insights, and Fully Equipped, focusing on the latest in golf gear, equipment releases and industry trends.
GOLF.com’s Subpar with Colt & Drew will also be available on YouTube, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify and as an iTunes podcast. For more information about how to listen to Subpar, visit Golf.com.