Meet Your Hosts

Meet the team your fellow golf enthusiasts.

Paul Gow (aka Gowie)

Paul Gow is a former US PGA Tour player, with multiple tour victories around the world.

In his 20-plus years as a professional golfer, Paul’s experience spans all aspects of the game from broadcasting, events management, coaching and more.

Paul has a passion for golf like no other and is a strong advocate for the growth of the game at all levels.

Playing Achievements & Records

  • Representative on the Australian Team for World Cup Golf 1999
  • Winner on Australia PGA Tour- Cannon Challenge 2000
  • 3-time winner of Korn Ferry Tour (USA) 1997, 2000, 2006
  • 5 years playing on US PGA Tour (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007). 138 events.
  • Runner Up to Jeff Sluman in a playoff at the PGA Tour BC Open, New York 2001
  • Holds lowest Australian PGA scoring record of 60 (par 72)
  • Holds the greatest number of birdies in 1 week on US PGA Tour with 32 birdies

It’s likely that you won’t watch a golf show without seeing Gowie, so we hope you like him 🙂

Bree Laughlin

Hailing from the picturesque Northern Victoria, Australia, Bree Laughlin’s journey into the world of golf began early in her life. As she pursued her studies at the university, she showcased her golfing prowess by playing Division 1 pennant for the esteemed Commonwealth Golf Club. It was during this time that Bree’s passion for the sport began to flourish, setting the stage for a remarkable journey ahead.

Following her academic pursuits, Bree embarked on a promising career as a Finance Manager, showcasing her versatility and dedication in the corporate world. However, destiny had other plans for her, as a new path soon revealed itself.

Bree’s life took an exciting turn when she discovered a love for TV presenting, specialising in reporting on both horse racing and golf. Embracing the dynamic world of broadcasting, she found herself in her element, captivating audiences with her engaging storytelling and infectious enthusiasm for the sports she adored.

Presently based in Melbourne alongside her partner and professional golfer, Geoff Ogilvy, Bree’s passion for the game remains an integral part of her life. With an impressive 6 handicap, she continues to display her golfing prowess, impressing both amateurs and professionals alike.

A true devotee to the sport, Bree Laughlin is a member of not just one, but two prestigious golf clubs – Commonwealth and Barham Golf Clubs.

Bree co-host’s How Good Is Golf along side, Gowie.

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