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Ahead of Season 4 of The Open Podcasts, we hope you enjoy this bonus episode, utilising archive footage from the 1979, 1984 and 1988 Opens. To celebrate Seve Ballesteros' career, and the launch of the new film SEVE - Artist, Fighter, Legend on Rakuten TV, let us take you back to experience each of the great man's triumphs in The Open Championship.When Seve first burst onto the scene during the 1976 Open as a 19-year-old, the world of golf knew they were witnessing the emergence of a new star. But who could have predicted the joy that the magical Spaniard would bring to millions around the world, in the years to come.Enjoy Seve's marvellous victories in 1979, 1984 and 1988 here, in this flashback bonus episode.Watch SEVE - Artist, Fighter, Legend -> https://rakuten.tv/uk/movies/seve-artist-fighter-legend
The BFI London Film Festival is happening AS YOU READ THIS, folks. And, as proud media partners, we at Empire were delighted to present this week's gala world premiere of Craig Roberts' The Phantom Of The Open, a heartwarming and hilarious tale of Maurice Flitcroft (Mark Rylance), a keen amateur golfer who gatecrashed the British Open in 1976 with spectacular results. And we didn't want to leave it there, so in this special episode Chris Hewitt catches up on Zoom (just a few hours ahead of the premiere, in fact) with Roberts and Simon Farnaby, who adapted the screenplay from a book he co-wrote with Scott Murray, for a rip-roaring chat about golf, movies, life, Wonka, and everything else. Get in the hole! (Which is golf for 'enjoy'.)
This week, we're joined by British Open black belt champion and Two4 Martial Arts head coach Omied Khakshour! Omied discusses "applying the 45," part of his conceptual framework for pressure passing.Check out Omied's guide here:Fundamentals of pressure – A guide to unlocking the guard and pinninghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1OX_gosH8uMD8AojDt2zAT31FWr3ofK-F/viewMental models discussed in this episode:Theory of Alignmenthttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/theory-of-alignment/Controlling the Distancehttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/controlling-the-distance/Layers of Guardhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/layers-of-guard/Limb Coilinghttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/limb-coiling/Concepts Over Techniqueshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/concepts-over-techniques/Don't forget to check out BJJ Mental Models Premium!If you love the podcast, you'll definitely love our premium membership offerings. The podcast is truly just the tip of the iceberg – the next steps on your journey are joining our community, downloading our strategy courseware, and working with us to optimize your game. We do all this through memberships that come in at a fraction of the cost of a single private.Sign up here for a free trial:https://premium.bjjmentalmodels.com/Need more BJJ Mental Models?Get tips, tricks, and breakthrough insights from our newsletter:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/newsletter/Get nitty-gritty details on our mental models from the full database:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/database/Let them know you're an educated grappler with our merch:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/store/Follow us on social:https://facebook.com/bjjmentalmodels/https://instagram.com/bjjmentalmodels/Music by Enterprize:https://enterprize.bandcamp.com/
The Open Podcasts is back! Golf's greatest stories continue to be told right here, with 10 more weeks of the finest documentaries in sport!Every week we'll be telling the most fascinating stories from golf's original major with commentary, drama and plenty of familiar voices. Expect more big names from the world of golf, and even new series of documentaries throughout the season as well as your favourite Tales of The Open and The Story Of episodes! Subscribe now to The Open Podcasts for free to never miss an episode.
Broadcaster Huw Stephens sends an audio postcard from Aberystwyth, the small seaside town with the big arts centre mounting exhibitions and concerts, the National Library of Wales, the country's oldest University, a thriving bilingual music scene, one of the UK's leading comedy festivals and now - a film industry. The true story of one family's journey from Afghanistan to Wales twenty one years ago is told on stage at Cardiff's Millennium Centre this month. Tom hears from the writer of The Boy With Two Hearts, Hamed Amiri and musician Elaha Soroor about finding refuge and the freedom to make music. The British amateur golfer Maurice Flitcroft entertained fans globally and became the scourge of the golfing establishment when he passed himself off as a professional and entered the British Open in 1976. Now Welsh director Craig Roberts has made a new film about his life, starring Mark Rylance and Sally Philips. He explains why he wanted to make a film about a lovable sporting underdog. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Laura Northedge Production Co-ordinator: Lizzie Harris
Travel Royally Podcast welcomes John Michael O'Toole to talk about his golfing career from college to professional. Hear about his Q school round in Dallas with Tony Romo and Scottie Scheffler. Hear about his (British) Open final stage qualifying. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/travelroyally/support
On this weeks Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast, Virginia Commonwealth University Head Men's Golf Coach and Dubline Putting Pegs Inventor, Andy Walker, joins us for some really good laughs on the Podcast. Don't forgot to Share and Subscribe!Special Thanks to our sponsor Robert Keenan Winery in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! Special 20% off Coupon for Clubs and Corks Listeners by entering CLUBSANDCORKS in caps when you check out at www.keenanwinery.comJoin our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
3-Time US Open Champion, Hale Irwin, joins the boys this week on the Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast. Irwin is one of the greatest golfers of all-time winning 3 US Open Championships while never losing in his 5 appearances representing the Stars & Stripes in the Ryder Cup. Just a fabulous conversation with the champ while sharing some funny stories. Don't forgot to Share and Subscribe!Special Thanks to our sponsor Robert Keenan Winery in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! Special 20% off Coupon for Clubs and Corks Listeners by entering CLUBSANDCORKS in caps when you check out at www.keenanwinery.comJoin our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
"If you have a little bit of imagination, a knowledge of golf and how people play, course design in not rocket science. Pine Valley was designed by an amateur." https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/glenz-teaching2.jpeg ()David Glenz Black Oak Golf Club Long Valley, New Jersey David Glenz has done just about everything over the past 50 years, when it comes to golf-related careers and business ventures. As a member of the University of Oregon golf team, he was voted second team all-American. He then spent six years playing on the PGA Tour. His teaching career, where he often averaged more than a thousand lessons a year, included stints teaching at legendary Winged Foot Golf Club, and was head pro for 10 years at Morris County Golf Club. He opened and ran the David Glenz Golf Academy, offering golf schools and private lessons at the Crystal Springs Resort in New Jersey. David's given golf lessons to more than a hundred PGA, LPGA, and PGA senior tour professional players, as well as hundreds of mini tour players and club professionals. David was a "New Jersey PGA Player of the Year" eight times, winner of 14 New Jersey PGA titles, two Met Open Championships. He was voted "Player of the Decade" in the 1980s, and was also voted into the New Jersey PGA Hall of Fame. In 1998, the PGA of America voted him "National PGA Teacher of the Year." He's been honored by Golf Magazine as a top 100 teacher and by Golf Digest as a top 50 teacher. And just last month, he received Golf Magazine's Lifetime Achievement recognition. Dave's crowning achievement is the design and construction of Black Oak Golf Club in Long Valley, New Jersey, which has been recognized as one of the finest courses in the Northeast. In fact, Black Oak is the first and perhaps only New Jersey course designated as a certified signatory sanctuary by the Audubon International. Show Highlights: Highlights from Dave's high school and collegiate golfing days, and his 6 years playing on the PGA Tour. His career transition from PGA Tour player to club professional at Winged Foot. [caption id="attachment_3085" align="alignright" width="300"]https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Glenz-sand-save.jpeg () In the first playoff hole of the 1986 NJSGA Open, David Glenz' bunker shot resulted in a dramatic sand save, as well as the trophy that year.[/caption] Competing in the US Club Pro team against Great Britain in 1984, and playing in the British Open that same year at St. Andrews. The story of how and why Dave hits the ball right-handed and putts left-hander. The most common swing errors he sees amateur golfers consistently making. Why the backswing is not the most critical part of hitting the ball well. How, when he was playing his best golf, he was never thinking about swing mechanics. The skiing accident that affected his playing ability for six years. How and when his dream to build a golf course began. Overcoming years of political and environmental obstacles necessary to complete Black Oak Golf Club. Notable Quotes: On growing up in a small town: “You develop so much more self-reliance in the era I grew up in. I think that's something kids kind of miss. It's the nature of things, too. There's just a real value to old school values, to growing up in a smaller town to some extent." On switching schools: “Initially, I went to the University of Houston my freshman year. And it was a long drive back from Houston to Oregon. When I hit the Oregon border in June, it was about 80 degrees, crystal clear sky, driving through these pine trees and I said, "Yeah, I'm done with Houston." On his recollection of Arnold Palmer: "I still remember when I made the cut as a club pro at the PGA in Atlanta, and I'm in the rain, shooting golf balls, when Arnold walks by and says, "Hey, there's David Glenz, the only guy with more gray hair than me." He knew how to bust your chops." On dealing with nerves when he first joined the PGA Tour:...
John's work at Sports Illustrated and on his many books is likely familiar. The route he took there is a fascinating ride of stories and reminiscences with Kansas City always as a focal point. A chronicle of the times of the golf world, journalism, sports, activism, and much more..
EP 63 - its been a while, a lot has happened on the PSA Worldtour with 2 of the most prestigious events in 4 weeks with the World champs and British Open. Some outrageous squash and so many stories and sub plots but the biggest story has to be Paul Coll who put his name alongside the legends by landing his first major title - the British Open. Legendary stuff See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode, Ryan and Mike wrap up a very busy week in professional golf from around the globe, including the PGA tour where Tony Finau won the Northern Trust, on the LPGA where Anna Nordqvist won the AIG Women's British Open, and on the Mackenzie Tour where Canadian amateur Noah Steele stole the show.Last but not least our hosts share their favorite hole-in-one stories and as always answer listener questions.You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG
Just Luke and Ben for a little Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast Question & Answer Episode with a little Ryder Cup discussion. Don't forgot to Share and Subscribe!Special Thanks to our sponsor Robert Keenan Winery in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! Special 20% off Coupon for Clubs and Corks Listeners by entering CLUBSANDCORKS in caps when you check out at www.keenanwinery.comJoin our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
Fun Episode, including: (1:20) Mediocre Observations (Halibut eyes; Eddie's lawnmower mishap; and App-Plus/+) (14:00) Competition Round 7 @ Clustered Spires (31:00) Mediocre Interview with Kirby (44:00) Strokes gained, presented by Adam (59:45) Mediocre Tour Takes (Women's British Open and a high profile long drive entrant...) Also, follow us on: Instagram @mediocregolfpodcast Twitter @mediocregolfpod Facebook: Mediocre Golf Podcast Email: email@example.com Music credits for the closing theme song: Joakim Karud, "Great Days" Creative Commons - Attribution - ShareAlike 3.0 Unported - CC BY-SA 3.0 Artist: https://twitter.com/joakimkarud
How did Broke Henderson do at the British Open? Redblacks lose and are they starting to cut corners like Melnyk? Henrik Lundvist retires. Was he the best active player who 's never won a Cup? Jim's home province has major syphillis problems.
The Greymouth squash player Paul Coll created history this morning, becoming the first New Zealand man to win the British Open. He defeated world champion Ali Farag of Egypt in four games to win the biggest title of his career. Coll spoke to RNZ's Joe Porter from London and told him what it was like to join Dame Susan Devoy and Leilani Joyce as the three New Zealand winners of the most prestigious tournament in squash behind the World Championships.
The Women's British Open is this weekend at famed Carnoustie so we brought in a true Scotsman, John Huggan, to talk about it. An up-front caveat, though, we spend more time discussing golf at large than we do Carnoustie, because in John's words, there's just not that much going on. So come for Tron and Randy discussing news of the day in the first part of the episode, and stay for John Huggan discussing his wider thoughts on the game of golf in the second part. You can find John writing at Golf Digest, and on twitter @johnhuggan. Enjoy!
A special treat as New Club Golf Founder and Akron Native Matt Considine joins the Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast. Some really funny stories and interesting background on his golf society. Don't forgot to Share and Subscribe!Special Thanks to our sponsor Robert Keenan Winery in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! Special 20% off Coupon for Clubs and Corks Listeners by entering CLUBSANDCORKS in caps when you check out at www.keenanwinery.comJoin our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
It's playoff time, and this week hosts Ryan and Mike discuss the results of the 6-way playoff on the PGA Tour along with the top 125 players that kept their tour cards. They also cover the US Am, Kevin Kisner's "ancient" Callaway irons he used to win, and the upcoming AIG Women's British Open.Last but not least our hosts share their favorite hole-in-one stories and as always answer listener questions. You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG
This week Bradley Todd (Bradley_Todd) joins us to preview the Czech Masters, the first leg of the FedEx Cup, The Northern Trust, and the final major of the season - the Women's British Open. Although the favourites look rock solid in each event, there may well be some value to be found elsewhere, so keep an ear out for those selections this week. As ever we highly recommend you check out Tour-Tips.com for all the relevant statistics required to make informed selections each week. One-week subscription to tour-tips.com only £5.
The opening weekend of the Premier League was full of thrills, spills, fans and not a single draw.Brentford got things off to a flyer with the most expected giant-killing of all time as they brushed past Arsenal 2-0. With games against Chelsea and Manchester City to come, Mikel Arteta is already feeling the heat. We assess how long he has to turn things around before Gunners fans reach for the pitchforks.The two Manchester clubs experienced mixed fortunes. United, inspired by four Paul Pogba assists blew away Leeds United, while Pep's reigning champions struggled in the final third on the way to a 1-0 defeat at Spurs. Do 90 minutes of football suggest the tide is turning in England's second city or should we just calm down a bit?Elsewhere in football, Fulham went top courtesy of the luckiest goal you'll ever see. The Championship is already looking ridiculously tight with no team able to win both of their opening games. It's shaping up to be as intriguing as Neil Warnock's bumbag.We end part one, chewing over Gerd Muller's legacy. Der Bomber passed away at the age of 75 with a goal scoring record that could rival any of the best players in the world.After the break, we turn our attention to snooker's British Open where warring ex-lovers Mark Allen and Reanne Evans have been paired in the first round. Rarely has a showdown drawn so much attention.There's also some chat about Roger Federer's latest injury woe and we head Stateside to check in on baseball's Field Of Dreams which, after 18 months of delays, finally wowed a small crowd in Iowa and millions of people around the world.Enjoy the show! Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan
The second half recapping Connor's experience caddying in the British Open (and the 3 European Tour events prior to the Open). Topics include the level of play, driving distance, and course management concepts that are vital when trying to win a tournament during the final round! Once again, please rate and subscribe if you have not, and enjoy!!!
Over the past few years, James has quickly established himself as one of the top sporting shooters in the country. After dominating the junior category and claiming English, British, European & World titles James' focus now turns to the open category and within 6 months has already climbed to be ranked #5 in the country in English Sporting. Some of James' best achievements have been winning the 2018 European junior compak championship, the 2019 World ICTSF junior title, finishing runner-up overall at the British Open sporting in 2018, and winning the Beretta World title in 2020. As well as being a competitive clay shooters James is also a passionate game shooter and countryman. Having grown up on the family farm shooting came naturally from a young age and James owes most of his success to this. After spending every weekend in a hide usually protecting a field of cauliflower he learned much of his shooting ability from shooting wood pigeons. Coming in from every angle at every speed, they created the perfect target and by the time James found clay shooting there weren't many target presentations he hadn't already seen before.
This week on the Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast, Kent State Head Men's Golf Coach Jon Mills joins the boys in the Kokrak Closet to share some stories on being Ben's college teammate and transitioning from competing on the PGA Tour to becoming the Head Men's golf coach at his alma mater. As always, please share and subscribe.Go to https://www.perfectpractice.golf/ and when checking out use CLUBSANDCORKS in the code to get 15% off. Great way to get your putting dialed in!Also, we have a special offer to all of our listeners. LinkSoul is offering 15% off to Clubs & Corks fans. Go to https://linksoul.com/ and when you check out use CLUBSANDCORKS in the discount code.Special Thanks to our sponsor Mira Vineyards in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Where Miracles Happen Every Day! Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! https://miranapa.com/Join our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
On episode sixty-nine, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about his first experience playing golf across the pond! Max shares his thoughts on links golf; the opening hole double-bogey and how he rebounded after that; and the biggest adjustment. The guys dive into the brilliance and consistency Collin Morikawa has in his game; the wet breakfast overseas; and then they finish off sharing flights which includes a proposition from Shane to end the ridiculous Open Championship vs. British Open debate. Follow the guys on Twitter @ShaneBacon and @MaxHoma23. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this Week's episode of the Compound Podcast with Ian Happ, the guys breakdown Collin Morikawa's win at the British Open, Ian talks about Shohei Ohtani's ridiculous contract and Zack wants to play...well every position except shortstop.
With Dave getting loose in Cabo, KJ and Dillon welcomed noted non-domestic sports fan Will deFries to the program. They talk who was at fault in Verstappen vs. Hamilton in Britain over the weekend, Bryson's driver issues at The (British) Open, the tinky-filled NBA Finals, and so much more. 6:28 British GP 19:04 Da Open 41:38 NBA Finals 52:49 Sports Party 1:03:00 Run It Back (A Capella) Follow TMD on Twitter: www.twitter.com/toomuchdipp Follow TMD on Instagram: www.instagram.com/toomuchdippodcast
On today's episode of Hard Factor… Colin Morikowa won another golf major his first time competing at it, winning the British Open at the age of 24. In other sports news the Milwaukee Bucks look to close out the Phoenix Suns at home game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday. Also a shooting in DC outside the Washington Nationals stadium caused mass panic. A captain at Rikers Island was attacked by an inmate who smothered his human feces all over him. In international news, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands are facing tragic and historic flooding that has led to irreparable damages and taken the lives of almost 200 people so far with several others missing. Japan is trying their best to prevent Olympians from having sex at the Olympics which is set to begin this weekend. (00:00:00) - Time stamps (00:07:50) – Cup O Coffee In The Big Time (00:07:57) – Today's holidays and special days (00:09:00) – On this day in history (00:12:25) #5 - 24 year old Collin Morikowa won the British Open, it was his first British Open (00:16:37) #4 - The Milwaukee Bucks are one win away from defeating the Phoenix Suns for the NBA Championship (00:18:09) #3 - Space Jam 2 is finally out and the reviews are not great (00:21:26) #2 - There was a shooting outside the Washington Nationals baseball game which caused panic at the stadium (00:24:05) - #1 – Historically bad flooding going on in Western Europe with Germany and Belgium taking the brunt of it with nearly 200 deaths so far (00:27:33) - Rikers Island is facing a guard shortage and it might have to do with the horrible work conditions ranging from 30 hour triples to broken cell doors and inmates throwing feces on them (00:35:20) - A Texas Two Step of stories from the weekend. First, more than 60 people were injured and 30 hospitalized at the Six Flag Splashdown waterpark outside of Houston due to an unknown chemical malfunction. (00:40:21) - The second Texas story being the first case of monkeypox recorded in the US since 2003 was diagnosed in Dallas, Texas. Tiktok International Moment (00:46:14) - The IOC is doing everything they can to prevent Olympic athletes from banging including the deployment of flimsy cardboard beds (00:50:20) - So many Euro 2020 fans did cocaine in England this summer that police are trying to crackdown on cocaine fueled fans at stadiums (00:53:45) - Facebook announced that it has tracked and disrupted a long running Iranian malware scheme targeting US government and military (00:56:10) - A tv newswoman sued Facebook and others because an old sexy photo of her taken by a convenience store camera has been used without her consent on ads ranging from ED medicine, to porn sites This, and much more, was brought to you by our incredible sponsors… LightStream - Go to http://lightstream.com/factor to Lower your interest rate and save with a Credit Card Consolidation Loan from LightStream Tru Niagen - Go to http://truniagen.com/factor and use code Factor to start your healthy aging journey at 10% off today Candid - Go to http://candidco.com/hardfactor to get the straighter, brighter smile you've always wanted. Use code Hardfactor for $75 off your starter kit Listen/Subscribe to Hard Factor: Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Follow Hard Factor: Twitter - @HardFactorNews Instagram - @HardFactorNews Youtube - HardFactorNews Voice Mail - 512-270-1480 Hard Factor Mark: Twitter - @HardFactorMark IG - @HardFactorMark Hard Factor Pat: Twitter - @HardFactorPat IG - @Pclassidy Hard Factor Wes: Twitter - @HardFactorWes IG - @HardFactorWes Hard Factor Will: Twitter - @HardFactorWill IG - @HardFactorWill
House and Hubbard tee up to talk about the brilliance of Collin Morikawa in winning the British Open after a less-than-desirable performance at the Scottish Open (01:13). They break down the adjustments to Morikawa's game and analyze the competitors that he left in his wake (29:48). Hosts: Joe House and Nathan Hubbard Producer: Steve Ahlman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Collin Morikawa completes a historic and dominant week by winning the 149th Open Championship. We react, play the over/under major game for Collin, discuss another Louis close call, Spieth's run, Royal St. George's, Rory, Bryson, Hamsterdam, and a lot more.
Saturday recap: Is it a 3 horse race? We chat Louis, Morikawa, Spieth, an awesome setup at St. George's, Louis' comments about the pins, Rahm, DJ, Rory, and everything else from an eventful day at the Open.
Oosthuizen out in front, Morikawa and Spieth on his heels, DJ enters the conversation, Brooks loves his driver, and everything else from round 2 at Royal St. George's. We chat about Tyrell Hatton's day, Rahm's return, Rory's quotes, the contenders and pretenders, and of course, how far back is too far back.
On today's episode of Hard Factor… Chuck Schumer really wants to legalize marijuana, Child Tax Credit checks dropped, Senate passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, Psaki wants to censor Facebook, British Open Day one is complete, Mike Jones is back, Dwayne Haskins gets a tooth knocked out by his wife, scromitting from marijuana is back, Johnson and Johnson recalls cancer causing sunscreen, Jair Bolsonaro has a bad case of the hiccups, A new bridge in Amsterdam is 3-D printed, drunk man in Brazil killed by a shark (00:00:00) - Time stamps (00:05:45) – Cup O Coffee In The Big Time (00:07:01) – Today's holidays and special days (00:08:12) – On this day in history #5 Politics Update (00:10:30) – Child Tax Credit checks dropped on Thursday (00:12:08) – Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act dropped on Senate (00:13:14) – Senate finally passed the bi-partisan Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (00:14:22) - Psaki said they are giving lists of posts they don't like to Facebook & the Arizona 2020 Presidential Vote Audit in Maricopa County (00:15:54) - #4 – British Open day one is underway, gambling advice from Wes (00:17:54) - #3 – Dwayne Haskins gets tooth knocked out by wife (00:21:40) - #2 – Johnson & Johnson recalls cancer causing sunscreens (00:23:50) - #1 – Tiktok clip that went viral where a young man shows off his love for Mike Jones (00:27:46) - Scromitting, or screaming and vomiting uncontrollably from a marijuana overdose, is on the rise again and lawmakers in CO are taking a stand. Tiktok International Moment (00:35:35) - Jair Bolsonaro has a bad case of the hiccups and we share our own remedies for him (00:38:48) - Over in Amsterdam Dutch Queen Maxima unveiled a new 3-D printed bridge (00:40:37) - A drunk Brazilian man who went into the ocean to take a piss was attacked and killed by a shark (00:46:30) - Voicemails and reviews This, and much more, was brought to you by our incredible sponsors… Paint Your Life - Text FACTOR to 64-000 to get 20% off and FREE SHIPPING on a custom commissioned painting Caliper CBD - Go to http://TryCaliper.com/Factor to get 20% off your first order of the absolute BEST CBD powder on the market Mint Mobile - Go to http://MintMobile.com/HardFactor to cut your wireless bill to $15/month Listen/Subscribe to Hard Factor: Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Follow Hard Factor: Twitter - @HardFactorNews Instagram - @HardFactorNews Youtube - HardFactorNews Voice Mail - 512-270-1480
Louis Oosthuizen jumps out to the lead, Spieth gets hot, Bryson says some dumb stuff, a Cobra rep claps back, and everything else from day 1 at Royal St. George's, including the golf course, Rory, JT, the rest of the leaderboard, and a ton more.
The big Wild news of the day is broken down with Ryan Carter and Mark Parrish calling in to share their thoughts on Suter and Parise being bought out, Alexis Pearson returns to the morning show, Mark Rosen and Marney Gellner make their regular appearance and play Power Trip Trivia with Sauce, and The [British] Open is gambled on!
Tony opens the show by talking about the MLB All-Star Game, his birthday, and also about the Girls Championship at Columbia this week. Richard Justice of Texas Monthly calls in to talk more about the All-Star Game, Steve Sands of the Golf Channel phones in to talk about the British Open, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Maibag. Songs: Brian Gregory - This Life is But a Dream; Jillian We Were Taken Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's time for game 4 of the NBA Finals. Can Milwaukee even up the series or can the Suns go up 3-1? We will find out tonight. Plus, with the start of the Open Championship on Wednesday night, Matt Perrault has his favorite play of the tournament to give out today. Find out the plays on the Wednesday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
It's finally here! The Open Championship, commonly known on this side of the pond as The British Open, is back after skipping a full season in 2020. Fans from across the golf world couldn't be more excited... unless they're gamblers! The betting community is overjoyed to have one of the most unpredictable tournaments back in full swing, so Jason Sobel from GolfBet and Justin Ray of Twenty First Group break down the field, plus special guest Sam Harrop returns fresh off a 150-1 longshot win on the podcast last week! And to take advantage of our partner BetMGM's great sign-up offer of a risk-free $600 first bet, just follow the link below: https://mediaserver.partners.roardigital.com/renderBanner.do?zoneId=1611872&tdpeh=action-pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
British Open week! We begin with Riggs delivering some British Open history for the squad. There was a Challenge Belt? And someone won so much they got to just… keep it? Plus our picks for Royal St. George's, the Bryson caddie story, the Trent bunker incident, and our upcoming Michigan golf trip.