Canadian professional golfer
We talk about the Ottawa Senators coaching situation and Brady Tkachuk's defence of his coach. We get into Yellowstone and the ratings bonanza of season 5. A great weekend for Canadian golf. Some early worries about Brooke Henderson's swing and whether it's going to give her injury trouble at some point. World Cup of soccer is underway.
Should I get my child into golf? Or should I let them discover golf on their own? How early is too early? Or what should I do as a parent to support my child in golf? These are just some of the topics that renown golf teacher Michelle Holmes shares with us in this episode. As golf grows in popularity throughout the world in places like the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, and Colombia among many others, one of the biggest areas of growth involves children and young people. As more and more children are brought into the sport it means that parents need to play an active role in supporting their children as their children embark on the journey of golf. Some will join golf simply to play for fun, or to play with their friends who are learning the game too. Others will play because their parents want them too -- and others still play the game, dreaming of being like Brooke Henderson, Lydia Ko, or Lexi Thompson. Perhaps its Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, or Jordan Speith that they admire. Regardless, many parents are asking themselves how to best encourage and support their child as they take up this difficult, challenging, and extremely rewarding sport. You will want to listen in as Michelle Holmes shares her experiences in teaching and coaching children and parents in managing this journey.
BROOKE HENDERSON: (00:14:39) Brooke won the free race entry to IM703 Western Sydney with the Fitter Radio Coffee Club. We chat to Brooke to find out how her day went. IRONMAN NEW ZEALAND RACE ENTRY COMPETITION: (00:22:22) This week our coffee club members have a chance to win a free race entry to IMNZ in March 2023. Go to our website to find out more details on how to join the Fitter Radio Coffee Club. ONE STEP AHEAD: (00:26:22) An acute bout of swimming increases post-exercise energy intake in young healthy men and women. WORKOUT OF THE WEEK: (00:35:05) It's Kona week and we chat to Professor Paul Laursen and Dr Stacy Sims about hydration and cooling. COACHES CATCH-UP: (01:02:04) Bevan and Tim catch up on the weekend's racing plus they give their predictions for Kona 2022. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio INFINIT Nutrition discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about the Lever Running System at https://levermovement.com/ More about the Tonal System at https://www.tonal.com/ One Step Ahead study at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32565123/ Follow Prof Paul Laursen on Twitter at https://twitter.com/paulblaursen More about Dr Stacy Sims at https://www.drstacysims.com/ More about the Floe Bottle at https://www.floebottle.com/ CONTACT US: Learn more about us at https://www.fitter.co.nz Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/
Kevin and Jake return for a live 2 hour edition of Tee It Up, LIV Tour struggling with viewership, players that are happy to cash out vs ones that could live to regret their decision, entitlement being displayed, Rory McIlroy's astounding ability to drive the golf ball, impressive stats this year around the board, getting the right putter face for your stroke, Presidents Cup discussion, individuals banding together, bringing on their PGA pool winner for the year Matt to congratulate him and detail the prizing, and Brooke Henderson looks to make another charge this weekend.
Kevin and Jake provide a full recap of the CP Women's Open, how the Hunt and Golf Club played, Paula Reto's first win, Brooke Henderson's showing, her comp on the men's tour, LIV Tour event with a fairly strong field, how they feel the story is progressing, short game lessons, perfect ball flight, and retired NHL defenceman and current broadcaster Garry Galley comes on to talk golf.
Jim Tatti filling in for Matt Cauz on Game Play. In the first hour of today's show, Tatti gets into the Jays' up and down season and their struggles against the Angels on the weekend. Then Tatti is joined by TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks to get his thoughts on Rory McIlroy's win at the Tour Championship and Brooke Henderson's performance at the CP Women's Canadian Open in Ottawa.
Creech and Kenny recap their weekend, RedBlacks get to 2-8, recaping the CP Women's Open at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, Brooke Henderson unable to to stay in contention, Rory takes home Fed Ex Cup title after edging out Scottie Scheffler, and Kenny recaps Max Verstappen's latest F1 triumph.
CTV's Jeremie Charron joins Creech and Kenny to recap the CP Women's Open, stunning crowds, great scenes around Brooke Henderson despite her play, what kept her from contending, busy week taking it's toll, other Canadians in the field, and what this could do for golf in the city.
Senior Reporter and Golf Analyst for TSN, Bob Weeks joins Game Play to chat about Rory McIlroy's win at the Tour Championship, McIlroy's leadership role and his resemblance to Tiger Woods, the lack of product from LIV Golf, Scottie Scheffler's remarkable season, Brooke Henderson's impact and more.
Creech and Kenny welcome CTV's Jeremie Charron to the program to recap the CP Women's Open, great spectacle around Brooke Henderson despite her not contending, health of the game in Ottawa, then the boys dig in to some Sens chatter with the blue line conversation ever-present.
Mike Babcock resigns from his university coaching job. So now what? He says he'll retire. We'll see. Brooke Henderson's course record of 63 falls at the CP Women's Open in Ottawa. And Amazon Delivers a decent NFL broadcast.
In a wild summer for golf and with LIV vs PGA still in the news we speak to Canadian author Lorne Rubenstein as today was the final Canadian Open for Lori Kane - meanwhile - Brooke Henderson is in contention in Ottawa. Lorne says what while Brooke is great, there is a laziness among golf media to not tell stories of other great Canadian golfers. Later (27:00) we speak to Arash Madani fresh off of his trip to Boston where the jays swept the Red Sox. Surprise surprise - pitching and defence wins games. Then a detailed look at Jordan Romano and whether or not he will be used as a 6 out closer. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Co-host and Producer of Golf Talk Canada, Adam Scully joins Game Play to discuss Scottie Scheffler's unusual injury, Scheffler's lead at the Tour Championship, the recent changes made by the PGA, Tiger Woods' influence, Brooke Henderson's impressive stretch of play, the possibility of LIV Golfers returning to the PGA and more.
Host and Producer of Golf Talk Canada, Mark Zecchino joined OverDrive to chat about the recent changes to the PGA Tour, Jay Monahan's comments, Greg Norman's legacy, the ramifications of players leaving the PGA Tour, the CP Women's Open and Brooke Henderson's first round.
In Hour 3 of OverDrive, Matt Cauz & Frank Corrado chat with Mark Zecchino of Golf Talk Canada about Brooke Henderson's first round of the CP Women's Open and changes to the PGA Tour, Keith Law of The Athletic on the latest around MLB.
Sportsnet golf analyst Adam Stanley joins Ailish to discuss the PGA Tour's new competition model, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy partnering on a new tech-infused golf league, the scene in Ottawa for this weekend's CP Women's Open, and Lorie Kane's illustrious career on the LPGA Tour. Afterwards, Connor Bedard, forward for Team Canada and the Regina Pats, stops by to chat about Canada's gold medal win at the World Juniors and why he draws inspiration from Auston Matthews (24:15). Later, Adam Levitan, co-founder of Establish The Run, checks in to chat about some of his favourite value picks for the upcoming fantasy football season, players that are currently being overdrafted, and bounce back candidates for 2022 (37:44).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
Hour 1 of OverDrive with Bryan Hayes & Dave Feschuk as the guys get into the Blue Jays beating Red Sox, Brooke Henderson and the CP Canadian Women's Open and the new PGA Golf competition. We are also joined by former Jays pitcher Todd Stottlemyer to go down memory lane and chat about the 92 World Series
Mason McTavish and "The Save!" A Wild Finish to the World Junior Hockey Championships as Canada wins the gold medal. Brooke Henderson tries to win another Canadian Open, this time in front of her hometown fans. And from the TGOR Vault, we listen back to Honeymoon Downs.
Kaitlyn McGrath, Blue Jays reporter for The Athletic, joins Ailish to discuss the Blue Jays' strong starting pitching during their weekend series in the Bronx, Alek Manoah's recent issues with command, George Springer's value in the leadoff spot, and Bo Bichette's struggles this season. Afterwards, Dave Cameron, head coach of Canada's World Junior team, stops by to chat about his team's gold medal win in Edmonton, Mason McTavish's iconic “save” in overtime of the Gold Medal game, and the challenge of regrouping after the initial cancellation of the tournament in December (23:57). Later, Canadian LPGA legend Lorie Kane checks in from Ottawa to discuss her 30th and final appearance at the CP Women's Open this weekend and Brooke Henderson's impressive run on the LPGA Tour (35:05). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
Hour 1 to kick off a Wednesday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Frank Corrado & Dave Feschuk as the guys are joined out of the gate by Brooke Henderson to chat about her Evian Championship victory & the future of Golf in Canada. As well we touch on the Jays loss to Baltimore last night, Bichette and Berrios' struggles & get into LeBron signing a two-year extension with the Lakers.
Canadian Pro Golfer, two-time Major Champion and RBC Ambassador, Brooke Henderson joined OverDrive to chat about gimme putts, leaving the pin in, her new putting grip, the Evian Championship, where she stands among the greatest Canadian golfers of all-time, golfing in Canada, LIV Golf, her role as an RBC Ambassador, role models and her acting skills.
TSN Golf Reporter Bob Weeks joined OverDrive to chat about Brooke Henderson's experience at the Open Championship, the pressure of performing after her recent championships in the LPGA tour, the graciousness she brings being the ambassador of women's golf and the lawsuit against the PGA tour from a good amount of LIV golf players.
BREAKING NEWS - PGA defectors, Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Pat Perez, and Abraham Ancer, among others have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour. Golf Today welcomes Professor of Clinical Law/Director of Externship Programs at Brooklyn Law School, Jodi Balsam, to help examine the terms surrounding this issue. Kira K. Dixon caught up with some current PGA members at the Sedgefield Country Club, in Greensboro, NC, as they get ready for the Wyndham Championship, to get their take. The news comes in the midst of the AIG Women's Open. Damon and Eamon get a chance to chat with former champion Karen Stupples about the upcoming final major championship of the year. Karen Stupples (17:06) Jodi Balsam (53:19)
The players on the LPGA prepare for this week's Women's Scottish Open, and take a look ahead toward the fifth and final major championship at Muirfield. Amundi Evian Championship winner, Brooke Henderson, joins Golf Today to talk about her recent success. Damon and Eamon discuss candidates for Player of the Year on the PGA Tour, as well as the field for the upcoming Rocket Mortgage Classic. George Savaricas is on the field at the Detroit Golf Club. He caught up with Patrick Cantlay, who breaks down this season's homestretch. Brooke Henderson (40:26)
The Ailish Hour is here! She starts off her solo adventure with Sportnet.ca writer Luke Fox, who discusses the ripple effects of Matthew Tkachuk's trade for the Flames, the NHL market, and Auston Matthews, before reflecting on the Leafs changes this off-season (01:30). Later on, Ailish is joined by Canadian Hall of Famer golfer Lorie Kane to talk about Brooke Henderson's big win over the weekend, and shares her involvement at the Canadian open and with KidSport Canada (26:08). Finally, Ailish reads all your texts and opens the forum to find a new name for the final hour of the show! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
On this week's episode Chris and Nancy share their thoughts on last week's quarter final games at the UEFA 2022 Euros and preview the upcoming semi final matches. Will England be jinxed at another semi-final or will the vast England supporters carry them over the finish line on home soil‽ Nancy has just arrived back home from the inaugural Tour de France Femme in Paris which began on Sunday. At the time of recording, Dutch legend Marianne Vos has just claimed the yellow jersey after Stage 2. In golf this weekend, Canadian 24 year old Brooke Henderson won her second major title at the Amundi Evian Championship, also in France. The World Athletics Championships wrapped up on Sunday after 10 days of thrilling competition in Eugene, Oregon. There were several impressive records broken before huge crowds in great weather and a terrific sporting atmosphere. We share a few of those highlights. And finally, the English Rugby Football Union will vote this week on gender participation policy for rugby union. Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: July 25, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
Despite previous plans to not recap the weekend in golf, we've fired up the pod and entered the court of public opinion as Randy is called to task in light of Brooke Henderson's second major win as the Canadian claimed the Evian Championship. Then the spotlight shines on the big guy and DJ as Soly gleefully recaps a pair of facial hair wagers that must be paid after Tony Finau's Sunday charge to win the 3M. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. N/A in OR, NH, or NY. Risk free bet paid out in the form of non-withdrawable free bet token, max. $1,000. Min. $5 deposit. New customers only. Eligibility restrictions apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for full terms and conditions.
Hour 3 as we wrap up a Monday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes & Gord Miller as the guys are joined by TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks to chat about Brooke Henderson winning her second career major title. As well we get back into Kyler Murray's contract addendum & some other strange additions to professional sports contracts over the years.
BOB & JOHN on the Toronto Blue Jays, NHL Free Agency & Brooke Henderson No guest to start the week off as Bob and John cover some of the latest sport headlines over the weekend. Has Charlie Montoyo's departure made the Blue Jays better? Bob and John discuss the Jays record setting weekend and their recent hot play. We also talk about the idea of trading for Nationals superstar Juan Soto before moving onto the NHL. The two talk about the big names still without a contract and speculate as to why that is before ending the podcast with some golf talk, discussing Brooke Henderson's win over the See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1 to kick off the week with Bryan Hayes and Gord Miller. The guys get into the massive trade between the Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers, the Blue Jays' dominant sweep over the Red Sox, the Boston Celtics entering the Kevin Durant sweepstakes & Brooke Henderson winning her second career major title. They were also joined by Jonathan Huberdeau to get his reaction on his move to Calgary.
TSN Golf Analyst, Bob Weeks joined OverDrive after Brooke Henderson's victory at the Evian Championship. He touched on her clutch back nine on Sunday, her mentality and maturity, the significance of her second major win, her legacy among Canadian golfers, the marketability of her game, the lack of credit she receives and the unique story of her stardom.
Andy and Brendan have returned to the U.S., where they're longing for some aspects of their Scotland trip while happy to have other comforts of home back in their lives. They offer a few more takeaways of appreciation from that trip, as well as a harsh judgment on fish and chips. Then they get to the golf from the packed weekend, praising Brooke Henderson for her second major while offering a mild critique about her pace of play and how she's underrated relative to some of her less accomplished peers. Tony Finau's triumph is reviewed, with some late shakiness after a strong back nine to take his second win in less than a year. Husky Darren Clarke and Richie Ramsay are also credited for their wins. News returns to the LIV developments from late last week, where Henrik Stenson's backstabbing disgraceful betrayal is put on blast, and there's befuddlement over what Charles Howell III does for LIV.