Matt Adams

A golf industry veteran of more than 25 years and A best-selling author, Matt Adams joined Golf Channel in 2015. Adams’ award-winning satellite radio show, “Fairways of Life” airs on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio from 7-9 a.m. ET, with a video simulcast airing on GolfChannel.com, GolfLiveExtra.com and the Golf Live Extra App.  Heard live around the world, the show originates from Golf Channel’s World Headquarters in Orlando, Fla., and also features bonus content, featured video and interviews, full episodes and a social media feed on GolfChannel.com’s dedicated Fairways of Life show page, WatchFairwaysOfLife.com.

 The first show to stream a live video simulcast on GolfChannel.com, Fairways of Life delivers major headlines from golf’s professional tours, featuring interviews with players and industry leaders. The show also explores the history of the game, golf architecture and travel, and includes interaction with golf fans following along to the show each day.

 In addition to his role as host of Fairways of Life, Adams contributes to several Golf Channel programs including: Golf Central, Morning Drive, and Golf Central’s Live From programming from golf’s marquee events. In addition, he also serves as a contributing writer for GolfChannel.com and GolfAdvisor.com.

 Adams has co-authored multiple books in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, but considers golf his primary profession and passion. An expert in golf equipment technology, he has built and designed clubs for major manufacturers, including Nicklaus, MacGregor, Ram and Wilson, and previously worked as a golf course operator.

Latest articles by Matt Adams

Jan 25, 2017 7:30 AM ET
Adding a high-lofted wedge to your bag can lead to lower scores. For Tom Kite, one of the first to do it, it led to a U.S. Open title. Read More
Jan 25, 2017 7:30 AM ET
The late Gary Adams took an old concept - using metal to make woods - and tweaked it enough to bring about a revolution in clubmaking. Read More
Jan 25, 2017 7:30 AM ET
Golfers used to have to choose between distance and control. When multilayer golf balls came around, that all changed. Read More