Golf Expert Jeff Sealey Takes a Successful Swing at the Podcast Game
Writer / Matt Keating
Golf lovers who also enjoy placing bets on golfers are getting valuable advice from expert Jeff Sealey of Harbour Trees Golf Club in Noblesville.
Sealey’s golf podcast has been growing in popularity, and has earned Sealey a solid reputation as the guy to listen to when wagering on a golfer.
“My podcast is called the ‘Cut Maker Podcast,’” Sealey says. “We focus on PGA Tour bets and Daily Fantasy golf content. Each week we discuss the tournament of the week on the PGA Tour, and highlight some players we like to bet on, and who might be good plays in DraftKings Daily Fantasy golf.”
He has also been able to garner some top-notch podcast guests. “I have been able to get former PGA Tour players and current PGA Tour radio hosts Carl and Dennis Paulson,” Sealey says, adding that the two are unrelated.
Sealey was also able to get one of the top caddies on the PGA Tour, Paul Tesori.
“Tesori is the current caddie for Cameron Young, one of the top young players on the PGA Tour,” Sealey says.
Sealey says he has also been able to get some great athletes from other sports.
“I was able to get former NFL players and golf enthusiasts Clint Boling and Drew Butler,” Sealey says.
Sealey has also been able to get other golf betting experts on his podcast. If you are a sports enthusiast and want to bet online, you may choose to get sports picks from Vertical 23.
“I had Las Vegas sportsbook golf oddsmakers Jeff Sherman and Jeff Davis,” he says.
Other golf experts have also appeared on the podcast. “We have had numerous golf handicappers from around the globe,” Sealey says.
Sealey has had a great time talking to all of his guests. “My favorite guest has probably been current PGA Tour professional and Marion, Indiana, native, Erik Barnes,” he says.
Sealey appreciates all of the many great fans who listen to his popular podcast. “Fans of the podcast like it because we give out winning golf picks in an entertaining format,” he says.
Sealey also enjoys working on something he already loves.
“I like the podcast because it gives me a chance to interact with people across the golf landscape, and have fun while we do it,” he says.
Sealey has some fun and exciting plans for the podcast.
“We’re working on adding NFL content this fall, since we have some relationships with NFL players, to go with the PGA Tour’s swing season, from October to February,” Sealey says.
Memberships are also available for fans of the podcast.
“In conjunction with the podcast, we have set up a subscription-based membership service,” Sealey says. “For the price of a pizza each week, people can get access to every bet that we make over the course of a golf tournament from Wednesday through Sunday. We also have a podcast telegram channel where we send out texts for live updates, etcetera.”
For more information, check out cutmakerpod.com.