Former European Tour professional Robert Lee hosts a weekly golf podcast with unparalleled access to the top players. The Race to Dubai Show features exclusive interviews with star names, incisive analysis of the latest action, all the key news and a light-hearted look at life on tour. Robert and fellow former pros will guide you through the season from start to finish, and test their predictive skills by trying to pick the winner of each European Tour event!
Jorge Campillo joins Robert Lee, John Hawksworth and Matt Cooper to discuss his epic victory in the Qatar Masters. We also hear from Paul Casey on Ryder Cup gamesmanship, Tyrrell Hatton on a big win in Florida, while Rory McIlroy looks ahead to the Masters. Plus, English golfer Lee Slattery opens up about losing his European Tour card in 2019.
Finland’s Sami Valimaki joins Robert Lee, Jamie Spence and Kit Alexander after winning his first European Tour title at the Oman Open. We also hear from Brandon Stone and Adrien Saddier, and we look ahead to a new era of golf at this week’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Patrick Reed’s victory, Jon Rahm’s hole in one, Rory McIlroy’s frustrating finish. Robert Lee, Rhys Davies and Chris Ryan reflect on a brilliant WGC – Mexico Championship. Plus Joost Luiten joins us live from Oman as he attempts to earn his second career win at the Oman Open.
Adam Scott built on his European Tour victory last time out at the Australian PGA Championship with another win in The States. Was that the perfect preparation for the WGC - Mexico Championship? Dan Roebuck, Richard Boxall and Bob Bubka debate the week’s talking points and sift through the field at the Chapultepec Golf Club, where world number 1 Rory McIlroy will try to complete the ‘WGC Slam’...
Min Woo Lee joins Dan Roebuck and Jamie Spence to discuss his maiden European Tour win in the ISPS Handa Vic Open. It was the first mixed event of 2020, as Hee Young Park took the LPGA title. In a Race to Dubai special, The Jazzy Golfer also joins the guys to discuss the European Tour’s drive to make golf inclusive, while previewing the other ground-breaking mixed events this season.
Graeme McDowell targets more glory after winning the Saudi International, his first European Tour title in 2,037 days. We hear from the 2010 US Open winner, along with Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson. We also discuss hangover cures, slow play, Rory McIlroy’s mind-set, and the revolutionary ISPS Handa Vic Open.
Lucas Herbert talks to Dan Roebuck, James Heath and Michael McEwan after his play-off win over Christiaan Bezuidenhout at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. It was the Australian’s maiden European Tour title and Herbert speaks openly about getting his mind and his game back on track after struggling with the life of a professional golfer...
Robert Lee, Rhys Davies and golf journalist Kit Alexander look back on Lee Westwood’s victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship presented by EGA, and ask whether the experienced Englishman can win a major this season. We also speak with Søren Kjeldsen, who made his 600th European Tour appearance at Abu Dhabi Golf Club. Plus we look ahead to this week’s tournament, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Robert Lee, Ewen Murray and golf journalist Matt Cooper look back on Branden Grace’s victory at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg. We hear from Grace as well as Marcus Armitage, who finished in third. Plus we look ahead to this week’s tournament, the first Rolex series event of the year, the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship presented by EGA.
Robert Lee, Richard Boxall and golf journalist Kit Alexander look ahead to the European Tour in 2020. Who will be the Rookie of the Year? Who will be the big climber? And who will work their way into the European Ryder Cup team? Plus we look ahead to this week’s tournament, the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg. 2017 champion Graeme Storm joins the guys to discuss his imminent return to golf.