Great question and a natural one considering each of us kind of has their own “thing”. But that’s also part of the answer.
Adam, Bill, and Kris have all been in the golf media game for well over ten years and have honed unique skill sets along the way.
Adam has been hosting his podcast, Golf Unfiltered, before golf podcasts became a thing. His show blends discussions around current events within the golf world, hot topics typically born from “Golf Twitter”, and unique personalities from in and outside of the industry.
Adam also runs the GolfUnfiltered.com website, which is home to the podcast as well as written reviews of the newest pieces of golf equipment from clubs, to balls, to shoes.
Bill, who runs his own website, DrivingRangeHeroes.com, has a passion for all things past and present when it comes to the game of golf, be it golf course architecture, story-telling, or golf equipment. Everything you will find on his website is from the perspective of the everyday golfer. Despite Bill’s deep knowledge and expertise in all things golf, he has the unique ability to translate “golf-speak” into language the weekend warrior can understand, relate to, and be entertained by. He also happens to be a Google SEO savant. More often than not, when doing a Google search on a golf product or topic, you’ll find DrivingRangeHeroes.com at the top of the results list.
Now, combine Bill and Adam’s knowledge of the game and deep connections within the industry and add Kris. A guy who is a video and audio production wiz-kid who just so happens to love golf. Kris is just as likely to break down a certain model of camera, microphone, or video editing software than he is talk about his last round of golf. He’s also just as happy being behind the camera, creating things for others, as he is in front of it.
Despite Kris being relatively new to the golf video and podcast game, he’s quickly become a steady producer of high quality, highly entertaining content. To the point where he has been asked by golf companies such as The Hackers Paradise, Sub70 Golf, and GolfMoose.com to create video content specifically for them. He also was recently hired as the producer of the Golf News Network’s podcast, Talking Golf Getaways.
The three of them running parallel have each carved out their own unique brand and style using their own skill-sets. When you put the three of them together, all of those skill-sets, styles, and passions, what you end up with is a full-fledged golf media company.
A website that dominates Googles searches, three unique and entertaining podcasts, and a high-quality YouTube channel and video production.
So to answer your question, it just made sense.
Kris has created a YouTube channel with a little bit of everything for everyone. Besides Kris and Bill’s weekly show, “That Range Life: A Show Sometimes About Golf”, which features a “Gear Talk” segment most episodes, the other weekly videos range from golf course vlogs, equipment reviews, and product unboxings.
That Range Life: A Show Sometimes About Golf
The Golf Vlogs
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The Golf Unfiltered Podcast
The Golf Unfiltered Podcast features interviews with the biggest names, brands, and personalities in golf. Each week host Adam Fonseca introduces you to the newest products, services, and personas with one goal in mind: to help you enjoy the game.
Over five years and 300 episodes strong, the Golf Unfiltered Podcast is part of GolfUnfiltered.com. The main website features cutting-edge opinions on golf in general, including in-hand product reviews from many of the brands featured on the podcast.
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The Golf Origin Stories Podcast
Kris has taken his love of music, golf, and story-telling and combined the three into a unique podcast that revolves around a singular question, “how did you fall in love with golf?”
But, that isn’t the only topic he and his guests cover. The wonderful thing about golf is it a universal game that people from all walks of life enjoy. So, sometimes it’s a musician’s songwriting style, or someone’s struggle with addiction, other time’s the origins of a golf company or piece of equipment, or at times, simply getting to know someone that you may otherwise never cross paths with.
The Big Time Golf Guys – A Golf Equipment Podcast
If two pals that are obsessed with golf equipment sat down at the bar together every week to talk golf gear, new and old, it would basically be The Big Time Golf Guys podcast.
Every week, Adam and Bill get together, hit the record button, and talk about whatever golf equipment has them excited. Whether it be the new driver introduced to the market, their latest eBay or barn find, or that must-have training aid, these two big-time golf guys have it covered.