Hey man, I've listened to the program and think you have a great idea and platform for it.. However, If I may give you some constructive feedback:
1. Do you homework. Thru the interview process I found nothing too insightful or worthwhile about your subjects.. Find out about things specific to ask or gather their thoughts on. Go somewhere into their mind or game that reveals some insight into their life/game.
2. Have a set of 3 to 5 questions that you ask all the subjects. "How did you get started playing disc golf".. "What is your most memorable experience".. "Favorite disc".."What do you do in the offseason" etc...
3. Connect your subject with your audience. Use these questions (and their responses) to help the average golfer relate. Ex: "TIPS FROM PROS" etc...
My advice would be to watch or listen to several professional athlete interviews and get an idea of how you'd like to structure your interview. It will help with flow better.
I hope it helps. Like I said I think you have something really great and a platform to put it out on too so, already you are ahead of the curve. Thanks for doing what you do!
See you on the course sometime.