The first golf course in New Zealand | NZ Ep 4

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Erik Anders Lang tees it up at Otago Golf Club with Ian Taylor. From working at a brewery, serving in the New Zealand army, to touring with the Beach Boys, Ian has done it all . Ian is best known for bringing cutting edge broadcast technology to golf. Working with all the major networks on events like The Masters and The Ryder Cup, Ian gets a front row seat at the top PGA tour and European tour events. Ian shares stories of Gary Player and Arnold Palmer playing Otago and some of the incredible golf shots they made at the course. Ace cam is live, as always, and the guys take advantage of the rope tow to get up a steep hill on the course.

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Comments

Matt Gray says:

Nice job of showing off Dunedin. And lucky to play with Sir Ian Taylor!

Hello World says:

I am completely in love with New Zealand now!!! After watching these 4 VLOG's, I can't wait to get their and see it for myself.

Harry Johnston says:

I've just realised New Zealand has EAL in the word. There is definitely a graphic you could make out of that for a t-shirt or something. Great content as always!

William Churchill says:

And to think I almost watched bagger vance for the 1008th time tonight

TheDoom143 says:

How is my guy not over 1000k?

Brian Diverio says:

Ian's and the boys had some talent: https://youtu.be/cAOzEmR2B0I

CBTrey says:

Erik, I genuinely don't understand how all of these videos don't have hundreds of thousands of views. Your work is incredible and your attention to detail and history of the game is unparalleled.

Tim McTighe says:

Just followed through and played Balmacewen today. Course was awesome and a little greener than when you played it…..No aces.

Alex Wilson says:

You haven’t truly played the glen until you’ve hit 3 ob off the tee

Rob Thomson says:

Most likely a lyrebird that is recreating the sound of a golf cart backing up.

Apollo H says:

come to aus next!

Richard L. says:

12:00 "Most famous golfer of all time…Adam Scott" hahahaha I love Stu's humour so much

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