From a dairy farm in Australia to the PGA Tour, Stuart Appleby takes us on a journey that spans how he learned to play American golf, what it was like being in Isleworth with Tiger, Cat's trophy room, and the bizarre playoff at the 2002 Open Championship. He also discusses tragically losing his wife in 1998, almost quitting golf as a result, to finding happiness years later, and sustained success on the PGA Tour. He also discusses how much the depth of professional golf has changed, his back injury, the Champions Tour, and so much more. I could have talked to Stuart for hours and he will definitely be back. Easily one of my favorite eps of the year!