Definitely agreeing on pretty much everything Molk had to say about Golurk. Since Molk covered the set I was going to cover, I guess I'll mention some good teammates for Golurk. Ferroseed: While Golurk is a Ghost-type, it struggles against the top 2 spinners in the tier; Kabutops and Cryogonal. Enter Ferroseed. Thanks to its Grass/Steel typing, it walls Kabutops for days and it fares very well against Cryogonal as well. Ferroseed offers Spikes, Thunder Wave, and Leech Seed support for Golurk as well as a resistance to Water-, Dark-, Ghost-, and Grass-type moves. Thunder Wave support may seem odd, but Golurk plays a lot like Rhydon does; setup SR and then dent stuff with that high base Attack stat. Give it paralysis support and Golurk can suddenly break down the opposing team with relative ease. Braviary: Although they share an Ice weakness, Braviary and Golurk have surprisingly good synergy together. Golurk is immune to Electric attacks and resists Rock-type moves while Braviary is immune to Ghost-type attacks and resists Grass-type moves. Golurk is perfectly capable of forcing the likes of Rhydon and Steelix out while hammering away on most physical walls in RU to set the stage for a Choice Scarf Braviary late-game sweep. Escavalier: While Golurk can do nothing for Escavalier's Fire weakness, it can give Escavalier some very easy switch-in opportunities. Escavlaier resists Ghost-, Dark-, and Ice-type moves as well as having a 4x resist to Grass-type attacks. Thanks to this, Golurk can easily fall back on Escavlier when it's forced out and Escavalier can keep up the offensive pressure that Golurk started to impose before being forced out, thus making these two a very potent wallbreaking duo. Swellow: This is pretty much like Braviary with the exception being Swellow's extreme frailty. Still though, Golurk can give Swellow a rare switch-in opportunity by drawing in a Grass- or Ghost-type move which is usually easy enough for Swellow to come in on since most Grass-types switching into Golurk are more defensive. Like with Braviary, Golurk matches up well against many of Swellow's checks and can easily take them out or force them to take another round of hazards damage.