The Quiet Please Golf Podcast, formerly known as GolfTalk Live’s 19th Hole Podcast, welcomed noted golf journalist Alex Miceli to the show this week. The show can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, and more podcast outlets.
Miceli, a journalist, and radio/TV personality, has been involved in golf for 26 years. He is the founder and publisher of Morning Read, a daily golf newsletter, and its sister publications, Where To Golf Next and The Equipment Insider.
In 1993, Miceli founded Golf.com, which he sold in 1999 to Quokka Sports. One year later, he founded Golf Press Association, an independent golf news service that provides golf content to news agencies, newspapers, magazines, and websites. He served as the GPA’s publisher and chief executive officer.
Since launching GPA, Miceli has written for numerous newspapers, magazines, and websites. He started GolfWire in 2000, selling it nine years later to Turnstile Publishing Co.
In 2010, Miceli began co-hosting a weekly podcast, The Grill Room, and as of 2019 now has his own podcast called The Morning Listen along with his video series One Take with Alex Miceli.
In this episode, Miceli talks with the Quiet Please team on topics such as the 2023 Open Championship, Senior Open Championship, Tiger Woods appointment to the PGA Tour’s Players Advisory Board, the upcoming Ryder Cup and more.
The Quiet Please Podcast is a weekly podcast co-hosted by golf industry veterans Allen DePuy, Bob Baldassari, PGA, Brendon Elliott, PGA, and Andy Hydorn, as well as the “Prettiest Podcaster in Golf” Christian Nizamis. who helps bring the shows age demographic down.