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Top 10 Recommended Golf YouTube Channels to Watch

Golf enthusiasts know that the game extends beyond the course. With YouTube, you can dive into a wealth of content that including swing tips, equipment reviews, on-course vlogs and some truly entertaining golf challenges. Here are our top 10 recommended Golf YouTube channels you should check out to improve your game and enjoy some quality golf content.

10. Fore Play Golf

Fore Play Golf is a channel that brings a fresh and humorous take on golf. Hosted by Barstool Sports, this channel features engaging interviews and content with the most elite in Golf (Tiger Woods, Tommy Fleetwood and Nelly Korda to name a few), fun course vlogs, and A LOT of golf banter. It's perfect for those who want to enjoy golf content with a bit of humour. 

9. Micah Morris

Micah Morris offers a more personal approach to golf. Micah, a Professional Golfer, shares his journey, providing insights into his training routines, course management, and personal experiences on the tour. His videos are not only informative but also inspirational for aspiring golfers. Representing Team Taylormade, Micah also has access to some of the best PGA Tour Professionals in the world, including an amazing piece of content where he went toe to toe with Rory McIlroy on a Long Drive Contest.


8. Grant Horvat

Grant Horvat is another fantastic channel that blends instruction with entertainment. Previously a member of Good Good, Grant took the leap to pursue his own career offering a wide range of topics, from swing tips and drills to on-course vlogs and equipment reviews. Now also part of Team Taylormade, his engaging personality, loveable character and clear instruction makes him a must-watch for golfers of all levels.

7. Fore Brothers

Fore Brothers is a channel that epitomises the social and fun aspects of golf. The Fore Brothers made up of Patrick, Ronan, Declan and Conor, initially blew up on TikTok with absolutely hilarious and relatable comedy skits before transitioning to Youtube, taking viewers along on their golfing adventures, featuring friendly competitions, course challenges, and plenty of laughs. It's a great channel for those who love the camaraderie of the sport.

6. Golf Life

Golf Life offers a comprehensive look at the golf lifestyle. The channel features ex-professional footballer, Jimmy Bullard, who is also a scratch golfer. Everything from professional tips and special guest appearances from Professional Footballers, Managers and even some of the best in the game of golf like Lee Westwood, Ross Fisher and hall of famer Dame Laura Davies. They also offer a behind-the-scenes look at golf courses and pro-am events. It's a go-to resource for anyone looking to immerse themselves in all aspects of golf with some great humour. 

5. Bryson Dechambeau

Bryson Dechambeau , known as "The Scientist," shares his unique perspectives on swing mechanics, training techniques, and on course vlogs/challenges. He is one of the only PGA Tour Professional/LIV Golfers to put out content in this space! His channel is incredible for those interested in an "inside the ropes" look at what it's like to be a Tour Professional. 

4. Rick Shiels

Rick Shiels is one of the most popular golf channels on YouTube, and for good reason. Rick, a PGA professional, offers a wealth of knowledge through his instructional videos, club reviews, and on-course vlogs. His approachable teaching style and in-depth reviews, not to mention some of his incredible special guests like Rickie Fowler, Ian Poulter, Sir Nick Faldo, Charlie Hull and more, make this channel invaluable for golfers seeking to improve their game. 

3. Good Good

Good Good consists of six guys, Garrett Clark, Tom “Bubbie” Broders, Matt Scharff, Stephen Castaneda and Brad Dalke, sharing one golf channel. While they are a relatively new phenomenon compared to veterans like Rick Shiels and Peter Finch, they have quickly amassed a large following due to their unique and engaging content. Their rise to fame is attributed to their entertaining and humorous golf videos, challenges, and course vlogs. Good Good aims to make golf more enjoyable and accessible for a broader audience. The channel's videos blend impressive golf shots with lighthearted moments, one to note Matt's HOLE IN ONE ON A PAR 4, which went viral. If you enjoy contemporary, fun golf content, Good Good is definitely a channel to follow.

2. Peter Finch

Peter Finch is another top choice for golf content. Peter's channel features on course vlogs, reviews of the latest golf equipment and special guest appearances. His professional insights and light hearted, likeable character make this channel a favourite among serious golfers. One of our favourites is his "Quest for The Open" series where he brings the viewers along the process of qualifying for of the 4 Major PGA Tour events, The Open Championship. The editing and production of Pete's content is also second to none, arguably leading the way and setting a benchmark as to how truly engaging and entertaining golf content should be made.

1. Bob Does Sports

Bob Does Sports tops our list with a mix of unmatched comedy, challenges, and golf prowess. Bob's channel exploded in popularity and subscribers when they hit the Youtube scene and is now part of Team Callaway. Bob Does Sports is mostly known for their entertaining golf challenges, hilarious alcohol fuelled course vlogs, and engaging personalities, made up of Robby "Bobby Fairways" Berger, Joseph "Joey Cold Cuts" Demare and Nick "Fat Perez" Stubbe, the perfect trio. Whether you're looking for a good laugh or some unconventional golf content, Bob Does Sports has something for everyone and comfortably our favourite Youtube Channel.


These top 10 golf YouTube channels offer a mix of humour, golf tips, reviews, and entertainment. Whether you're looking to improve your swing, get equipment advice, or simply enjoy some golf-related fun, these channels have you more than covered. Links to all of their channels included above!

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