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The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers
Khruangbin, Lizard Music, Techique Records (Miami, FL)

The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 84:44


Episode #56 of The Record Store Day Podcast features Laura & Mark from the funky, trippy trio, Khruangbin (Dead Oceans), and Mikael & Erik from the de-constructive pop quartet, Lizard Music (Omnivore Recordings). We also drop into Technique Records in Miami to meet the man they call Mikey R. Plus, RSD's Carrie Colliton speaks of absent friends from the record store community and we pay our respects to fallen rock heroes George Harrison and ace rock photographer Mick Rock. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for the latest RSD news, and find out how to win one of three copies of the Ethan Russell photo book, Get Back by The Beatles, from Callaway books. (You can hear our Ethan Russell interview on Episode #55) Please tell your friends about us and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Fore Golfers Network Podcast
Outlandish, Crazy Golf Dreams & Nightmares

Fore Golfers Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 40:28


Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 286 as we explore the bizarre world of Outlandish, Crazy Golf Dreams & Nightmares. We're joined by PGA Tour Champions player Scott Dunlap, Ryan Ballengee from Golf News Net, and Matt Felton from Callaway. We then hear an encore conversation with Dr Bob Rotella as he shares the "true meaning" of these bizarre golf dreams. If you've ever jolted awake in the middle of the night because of a terrifying golf dream, this episode is for you! ---------------- FGN 24/7 Listener Hotline - 989-787-0193 - we want to hear from you! Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Check out FGN videos on YouTube !

The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers
GET BACK to LET IT BE BEATLES SPECIAL with Giles Martin, Ethan A Russell, and Mike "McGear" McCartney.

The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 127:15


Episode #55 is our GET BACK to LET IT BE, BEATLES SPECIAL featuring Let It Be reproducer Giles Martin, Get Back photographer Ethan Russell, and The Scaffold's Scouser-in-chief Mike "McGear" McCartney, the man whom Paul calls “our kid," and the ace photographer behind Mike McCartney's Early Liverpool book from Genesis Publications. We also chat with Record Store Day's Michael Kurtz and Carrie Colliton, who will tell you how to win one of three copies of Get Back by The Beatles, the official photography book published by Callaway. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for that, and for up to the minute news on RSD Black Friday, November 26. Sponsored as always by Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Thanks to Callaway books, Universal Music Group,and Apple. Please subscribe to us wherever you get podcasts.

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
History of the Mongols SPECIAL: Chinggis Genetic Legacy

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 22:25


At the start of the twenty-first century, a study was released which brought the thirteenth century starkly into the present. A 2003 study led by Chris Tyler-Smith published in the American Journal of Human Genetics simply titled “The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols,” determined that an alarming number of men across Asia, from China to Uzbekistan, carried the same haplotype on their Y-chromosome, indicating a shared paternal lineage. 8% of the studied group, just over 2100 men from 16 distinct populations in Asia shared this haplotype, which if representative of the total world population, would have come out to about 16 million men. This was far beyond what was to be expected of standard genetic variation over such a vast area. The researchers traced the haplogroup to Mongolia, and with the BATWING program determined that the most recent common ancestor lived approximately 1,000 years ago, plus or minus 300 years in either direction. The study determined that this could only be the result of selective inheritance, and there was only man who fit the profile, who had the opportunity to spread his genes across so much of Asia and have them be continually selected for centuries to come; that was Chinggis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire. Identifying him with the Y-Chromosome haplogroup, the C3* Star Cluster, the image of Chinggis Khan as the ancestor of 0.5% of the world population has become irrevocably attached to his name, and a common addition in the comment sections on any Mongol related topic on the internet will be the fact that he is related to every 1 in 200 men in Asia today. Yet, recent studies have demonstrated that this may not be the case, and that Chinggis Khan's genetic legacy is not so simple as commonly portrayed. I'm your host David, and this is Kings and Generals: Ages of Conquest.       Inside each human being are the genes we inherit from our parents. Distinct alleles within the thousands of genes of our 23 chromosomes affect the makeup of our bodies, from our physical  appearances to blood type. Each allele is inherited from our parents, who inherited from their parents, and so on, leaving in each human being a small marker of every member of their ancestry. Due to interbreeding and mixing over time, people living in a certain region will share  alleles, given that various members of their community shared ancestors at some point. A collection of these alleles is a haplotype, and a group of similar haplotypes with shared ancestry is a haplogroup. Tracing specific haplogroups attached to the Y-Chromosome, for instance, allows us to trace paternal ancestry of selected persons. It was the haplogroup dubbed the C3*star cluster that the researchers identified as Chinggis Khan's haplotype, though later research has redefined it to the C2* star cluster. Thus, while you may see it somewhat interchangeably referred to as C3 or C2, depending on how recent the literature you're reading is. Whoever carried the markers on their chromosome associated with this haplogroup, according to the study, was therefore a descendant of Chinggis Khan. The lineage, it should be noted, does not start with Chinggis Khan; it is detectable in the ancestors of the Mongols dating back at least to the fifth century BCE, to the Donghu people in eastern Mongolia and Manchuria. It is found in high frequencies in populations which had close contact with Mongols from Siberia to Central Asia, as as the Buryats, Udeges, Evens, Evenks, Kazakhs, and in lower frequencies in places conquered by the Mongol Empire. As demonstrated by the 2003 study, a map of these haplogroups lines up rather neatly with a map of the Mongol Empire at the time of Chinggis Khan's death.        The 2003 study found that 8% of the men sampled had high frequencies of haplotypes from a set of closely related lineages, the C2*  star cluster. With the highest numbers of this cluster found in Mongolia, it was the logical origin point for this cluster. Its frequencies in so many populations of the former Mongol Empire seemed to suggest it spread with Mongol imperial expansion. The researchers therefore identified Chinggis Khan and his close male-relatives as the likely progenitors. While the public has understood this as Chinggis Khan and his family raping a massive percentage of the thirteenth century human population, this was not quite what the study implied. Rather, the selective marriage into the Chinggisid royal family, with each son having high numbers of children, and so on for generations due to prestige associated with the lineage, was the cause for the haplogroup's spread.        The study decided that, since the haplogroups showed up in high frequencies among the Hazara of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and as they were deemed to be direct descendants of Chinggis Khan, then this must have meant no one else other than the Great Khan himself was the most recent common ancestor for this haplogroup. The high frequencies across Asian populations, an origin point in Mongolia, an estimated common ancestor approximately a thousand years ago, and association with the supposed Chinggisid Hazaras was the extent of the evidence the study had to make Chinggis Khan the progenitor.       When released, this study made headlines around the world. You'll find no shortage of articles stating that “Genghis Khan was a prolific article,” with the underlying, thought generally unstated, assumption that these genes were spread by a hitherto unimaginable amount of rape, “backed up” by the medieval sources where Chinggis is described taking his pick of conquered women after the sack of a city. It's a useful addition to the catalogue of descriptions to present the Mongols as mindless barbarians, with this study being essentially the scientific data to back up this presentation.  It's now become one of the key aspects of Chinggis Khan's image in popular culture.       However, as more recent studies have demonstrated, there are a number of problems with this evidence presented in the 2003 study. Firstly, later researchers have pointed out how indirect the evidence is for the connection of Chinggis Khan to the C2 lineage. The estimates for the most recent common ancestor can vary widely depending on the methods used; while some estimates can place a figure within Chinggis Khan's epoch, other estimates put the most recent common ancestor for the C2* cluster over 2,000 year ago. Even going by the 2003 study, it still gives a 600 year window for the most recent common ancestor, who still could have lived centuries before or after Chinggis Khan.   One of the most serious assumptions in the study was that the Hazara of Afghanistan were direct descendants of Chinggis KhanThis is an assumption which rests more on misconception than medieval materials. In fact, the thirteenth and fourteenth century sources indicate that Chinggis Khan spent only a brief time in what is now Afghanistan, only from late 1221 and throughout much of 1222, which he largely spent campaigning, pursuing Jalal al-Din Mingburnu and putting down local revolts before withdrawing. There is no indication that a Mongol garrison was left in the region by Chinggis, and it is not until the 1230s that Mongol forces returned and properly incorporated the region into the empire. Still, it was not until the end of the thirteenth century were Chinggisid princes actually staying in the region, when Chagatayid princes like Du'a's son Qutlugh Khwaja took control over the Negudaris. The sources instead describe waves of Mongol garrisons into Afghanistan which began almost a decade after Chinggis Khan's death, from the initial tamma garrisons under Ögedai Khaan's orders to Jochid troops fleeing Hulegu to Afghanistan in the 1260s. Later, from the late fourteenth century onwards, Afghanistan was the heart of the Timurid realm, and while the Timurids shared some descent from Chinggis through marriage, it's not exactly the process which would have led to high percentages of Chinggisid ancestry.Together, this strongly suggests that the Hazara would not bear Chinggisid ancestry in any considerable quantity.   Perhaps most prominently, there is little evidence that connects the C2* star cluster to known descendants of Chinggis Khan. The fact that no tomb of Chinggis Khan or any other known members of his family has been found, means that there is no conclusive means to prove what haplogroups he possessed. Without human remains which undeniably belong to one of his close male relatives or himself, Chinggis Khan's own haplogroup can not ever be reliably identified. Most royal Chinggisid lineages in the western half of the empire, such as that of the Ilkhanate or Chagatais, disappeared long before the advance of genetic sciences. You might think that looking in Mongolia, you'd find a lot of Chinggisids running about, but this is not the case. Even during the empire, many members of the Chinggisid family were spread across Asia, leaving by the end of the fourteenth century largely lines only from his brothers, and of his grandsons Ariq Böke and Khubilai. In the fifteenth century, a massive massacre of the royal family was carried out by the leader of the Oirats and the true master of Mongolia, the non-Chinggisid Esen Taishi. Mongolia was reunified some fifty years later under the Khubilayid prince Dayan Khan, and it was the descendants of his sons who made up the Chinggisid nobility for the next centuries. Then, in the 1930s Soviet supported purges resulted in the near annihilation of the Chinggisid princes, Buddhist clergy and other political enemies. From 1937-1939, over 30,000 Mongolians were killed, and the Dayan Khanid nobility nearly extinguished.   While it is true that today in Mongolia, you can find many people who claim the imperial clan name of Borjigin, this is largely because after democratization in Mongolia in 1990, Mongolians were encouraged to take clan names- a fact that, as many commenters have pointed out, historically the Mongols did not do, unless they were actually members of the Chinggisid royal family. While the 1918 census in Mongolia recorded only 5.7% of the population as being Borjigid, during the recent registering of clan names some 50% chose, of course, the most famous and prestigious name for themselves. Therefore, it's rather difficult to find a lot of a Chinggisids today.   The 2003 study relied on a random selection of people from across Asia, rather than looking specifically for individuals who claimed Chinggisid descent. Other studies which have sought out people who claim Chinggisid ancestry do not support the C2* Star cluster hypothesis of the 2003 study. A 2012 study by Batbayar and Sabitov in the Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy of Mongolian individuals who could trace their lineage back to Chinggis Khan's fifteenth century descendant, Dayan Khan, found none of them matched the Star cluster proposed by the 2003 study. To overcome the previously mentioned issues about finding Chinggisids, to quote Batbayar and Sabitov, “In this study, seven patrilineal descendants of [...] Dayan Khan and two of Chinggis Khan's brothers' descendants were chosen for Y-chromosome DNA sequencing. Rather than testing a multitude of subjects, for the sake of accuracy, the most legitimate and proven descendants of Dayan Khan were selected. The DNA donors were selected based upon their official Mongol and Manchu titles and ranks, which were precisely recorded in Mongolian, Manchu, and Soviet documents.” Essentially, as close as you can get to a definite, unbroken paternal line from Chinggis Khan, given the 800 years since his death. When they compared the Dayan Khanid descendants, the descendants of Chinggis' brothers, and those who could reliable claimed ancestry from Chinggis' son Jochi, Batbayar and Sabitov demonstrated that essentially each lineage bore different haplogroups, and none, except for a small branch of the Jochids, bore the C2* star cluster of the 2003 study.    Study of the bodies of medieval Mongol burials have likewise yielded contrasting results when their DNA has been examined.  One of the most notable burials which has been studied is the Tavan Tolgoi suit, from eastern Mongolia. Essentially it was a burial of an extremely wealthy family, dated to the mid-thirteenth century. Adorned with jewelry and buried in coffins made of Cinnamon, which would have had to be imported from southeastern Asia, the researcher suggested due to such obvious wealth and power that they must have been Chinggisid. Their bodies showed haplogroups associated, interestingly enough, with western Asia populations, with effectively no descendants in modern Mongolian populations, and most definitely, not the C2* star cluster. This led to the 2016 study by Gavaachimed Lkhagvasuren et al., titled “Molecular Genealogy of a Mongol Queen's Family and her Possible kinship with Genghis Khan,” to suggest Chinggis must have borne this haplogroup, and possibly, western Asian ancestry. He also pointed to supposed descriptions of Chinggis Khan having red hair as possible supporting literary evidence.    But this is not reliable evidence. Firstly, none of the graves conclusively can be identified as Chinggisid.  The Chinggisid's known preference for burials on Burkhan Khaldun seems unlikely to make the Tavan Tolgoi burials a close relation.  Further, the “red hair” description of Chinggis Khan comes from a mistranslation of a phrase from Rashid al-Din's Compendium of Chronicles, where Chinggis remarks that young Khubilai lacked his grandfather's ruddy features, indicating not red hair, but a face red in colour; hardly uncommon for a man who spent his lifetime in the harsh winds of the steppe. Therefore, the Tavan Tolgoi burials seem more likely to represent a family, possibly of Qipchaq origin, taken from western Asia, incorporated into the Mongol military and gaining wealth and power- hardly unusual in the Mongol army, but revealing nothing of Chinggis' haplogroups. Other wealthy burials of nobility from the Mongol Empire in Mongolia and northern China have revealed differing chromosomal haplogroups, providing no answer as of yet to the question of the Great Khan's own genetic lineage.   Much like the 2003's study erroneous identification of the Hazaras as direct descendants of Chinggis Khan, a more recent study demonstrates the pitfalls of attempting to connect historical figures to genetic data. A 2019 study by Shao-Qing Wen et al. in the  Journal of Human Genetics looked at the y-chromosomal profiles of a family from northwestern China's Gansu-Qinghai area, who traced their ancestry back to Kölgen, a son of Chinggis Khan with one of his lesser wives. Importantly, this family also backed up their claims in genealogical records, and had inhabited the same region for centuries. After the expulsion of the Mongols, they had been made local officials [tusi 土司] by the succeeding Ming and Qing dynasties. This family, the Lu, did not match the C2* Star Cluster, but actually showed close affinity to other known descendants of Chinggis Khan, the Töre clan in Kazakhstan. The Töre  trace their lineage to Jani Beg Khan (r.1473-1480), one of the founders of the Kazakh Khanate and a tenth generation descendant of Chinggis Khan's first born son Jochi. Jochi, as you may recall, was born after his mother Börte was taken captive by Chinggis Khan's enemies, and was accused, most notably by his brother Chagatai, of not being their father's son. Chinggis, for the record, always treated Jochi as fully legitimate. As the Lu family in China traced themselves to Kölgen, who shared only a father with Jochi, then the fact that the Lu and the Töre belong to the same C2 haplogroup, with a  genealogical separation of about 1,000 years, would suggest that if this is in fact the Y-chromosomal lineage of Chinggis Khan, then Jochi's uncertain paternity could be laid to rest, and that he was a true son of Chinggis Khan.   This theory is comfortable and convenient, but other scholars have noted that the connection of the Lu to Toghan, the descendant of Kölgen, is very tenuous. The sources connecting the Lu clan to Kölgen's family were not compiled until the late Qing Dynasty, some four to five centuries after Toghan's death. The sources more contemporary to Toghan's life do not match the description of his life described in the histories used by the Lu clan, leading scholars to argue that, while the Lu clan does have Mongolian origin, and likely did have an ancestor with the very common medieval Mongolian name of Toghan, it seems likely that at some point the Lu clan's family compilers decided to associate their own ancestor with the more well known Chinggisid of the same name, and therefore claim for themselves Chinggisid ancestry and prestige- hardly an unknown thing by compilers of Chinese family trees. Therefore, the matter of Jochi's paternity still remains uncertain.       Perhaps the final nail in the coffin comes in the 2018 study by  Lan Hai-Wei, et al. in the European Journal of Human Genetics. Compiling data from previous studies that found issue with the 2003 hypothesis, they looked at groups with high frequencies of the C2* Star clusters like the Hazara or the Daur, a Mongolic-speaking people from Northeastern China who, based off of historical records, make no claims of Chinggisid descent. Newer estimates also suggest the most recent common ancestor for this lineage was over 2,600 years ago. In the most recent hypothesis then, it seems more likely that the star cluster identified by the 2003 study does not represent the lineage of Chinggis Khan, but was simply an incredibly common paternal lineage among ordinary inhabitants of the Mongolian plateau. Its presence in other peoples across Asia was not evidence of selective breeding into the Golden Lineage, but simply the movement of Mongolian troops into a region, and intermixing with the local population. In the case of the Hazaras, this is the exact scenario demonstrated by the historical sources, with waves of Mongol troops rather than a host of Chinggisids descending into the Hazarajat. The possibility cannot be excluded however, that while C2* was a dominant haplotype in thirteenth century Mongolia, that before 1200 it had already been spread across Central Asia by earlier nomadic expansions of Mongolia-based empires like the Göktürk Khaghanates or the Uighur. The Mongol expansion in the thirteenth century, then, would only be another wave of the spread of C2* across Eurasia.       While it is possible that Chinggis Khan and his close male relatives did in fact, carry the C2* star cluster, there is no evidence which directly or conclusively connects him to it. His known descendants through the line of Dayan Khan are of a different Y-chromosomal haplogroup. The descendants of Dayan Khan, himself a descendant of Chinggis Khan's grandson Khubilai, and the Kazakh Töre, descendants of Chinggis Khan's son Jochi, bear haplotypes so distant that their most recent common ancestor is estimated to have lived 4,500 years ago, which does not fair well for the likelihood of Jochi being Chinggis' son. A third known and tested branch, of the Shibanids in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, does match the C2* star cluster, but has less than 1,000 known members and again, are descended from Chinggis Khan via Jochi. Chinggis Khan then cannot be said to be the ancestor of 0.5% of the world's population, since his y-chromosomal marking remains unknown. Any attempts at identifying it conclusively can never be more than mere assumptions without finding the bodies of either the Khan or any of his close-male relatives- a prospect highly unlikely, given the Chinggisids' preference for secret graves. Thus, it seems that his haplotypes are but one more secret that Chinggis will keep with him.       Our series on the Mongols will continue, so be sure to subscribe to the Kings and Generals podcast to follow. If you enjoyed this, and would like to help us keep bringing you great content, please consider supporting us on patreon at www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals, or sharing this with your friends. This episode was researched and written by our series historian, Jack Wilson. I'm your host David, and we'll catch you on the next one.  -SOURCES- Abilev, Serikabi, et al. “The Y-Chromosome C3* Star-Cluster Attributed to Genghis Khan's Descendants is Present at High Frequency in the Kerey Clan from Kazakhstan.” Human Biology 84 no. 1 (2012): 79-99.   Adnan, Atif, et al. “Genetic characterization of Y-chromosomal STRs in Hazara ethnic group of Pakistan and confirmation of DYS448 null allele.” International Journal of Legal Medicine 133 (2019): 789-793.   Callaway, Ewen. “Genghis Khan's Genetic Legacy Has Competition.” Scientific American. January 29th, 2015.   Derenko, M.V. “Distribution of the Male Lineages of Genghis Khan's Descendants in Northern Eurasian Populations.”  Russian Journal of Genetics 43 no. 3 (2007): 3334-337.   Dulik, Matthew C. “Y-Chromosome Variation in Altaian Kazakhs Reveals a Common paternal Gene Pool for Kazakhs and the Influence of Mongolian Expansions.” 6 PLoS One no. 3 (2011)   Gavaachimed Lkhagvasuren et al. “Molecular Genealogy of a Mongol Queen's Family and her Possible kinship with Genghis Khan.” PLoS ONE 11 no. 9 (2016)   Kherlen Batbayar and Zhaxylyk M. Sabitov. “The Genetic Origins of the Turko-Mongols and Review of The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols. Part 1: The Y-chromosomal Lineages of Chinggis Khan.” The Russian Journal of Genetic Genealogy 4 no. 2 (2012):    Lan-Hai Wei, et al. “Whole-sequence analysis indicates that the  Y chromosome C2*-Star Cluster traces back to ordinary Mongols, rather than Genghis Khan.” European Journal of Human Genetics 26, (2018): 230-237.   Lan-Hai Wei et al.  “Genetic trail for the early migrations of Aisin Gioro, the imperial house of the Qing Dynasty.” Journal of Human Genetics 62 (2017): 407-411.   Shao-Qing Wen et al., “Molecular genealogy of Tusi Lu's family reveals their apternal relationship with Jochi, Genghis Khan's eldest son.” Journal of Human Genetics 64 (2019): 815-820.   Ye Zhang et al. “The Y-chromosome haplogroup C3*-F3918, likely attributed to the Mongol Empire, can be traced to a 2500-year-old nomadic group.” Journal of Human Genetics 63 (2018): 231-238.   Yi Liu. “A Commentary on molecular genealogy of Tusi Lu's family reveals their paternal relationship with Jochi, Genghis Khan's eldest son.” Journal of Human Genetics 66 no. 5 (2020): 549–550.    Zakharov, I.A. “A Search for a “Genghis Khan” Chromosome.” Russian Journal of Genetics 46 no. 9 (2010): 1130-1131.     Zerjal, Tatiana, et al. “The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols.” American Journal of Human Genetics 72 (2003): 717-721.  

Breaking Even with Ned Michaels
European Tour No More, Deep Dive on Acushnet (Titleist) and Callaway, plus an Interview with Hall of Fame NFL Coach Bill Cowher

Breaking Even with Ned Michaels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 58:55


On this week's episode, Ned and Barney discuss the European Tour being renamed DP World Tour and big money making its way into golf. “On The Tape” co-host and CNBC “Fast Money” contributor Guy Adami joins the conversation to take a deep dive into Acushnet (Titleist) and Callaway earnings (11:03), and Hall of Fame NFL Coach Bill Cowher, stops by to impart some wisdom and tell a few stories(26:15)! ---- Shoot us an email at contact@riskreversal.com with any feedback, suggestions, or questions for us to answer on the pod and follow us @breakingevenpod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Follow Ned Michaels  Follow Jonathan Coachman Follow Barney Alary  Follow Dan Nathan  Follow @GuyAdami  Subscribe to our Youtube Channel

Front Office Features
Topgolf Invades Fenway Park

Front Office Features

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 37:16


The Crain and Valente household made their way into Boston this past Saturday for an Italian dinner in the North End followed by Topgolf Live at Fenway Park. It was Chris's first experience playing Top Golf and quite possibly Rachel and Amy's first time swinging a golf club. The crew had a blast that was capped with more fun at the Cask N Flagon. Rob details the business model behind Top Golf Live and all the logistics that goes into the traveling road show. Callaway, Rob's parent company who owns Top Golf, reported their earnings today and had a record Quarter mostly thanks to Topgolf. Chris shares the story behind landing the Fenway Bowl Title and how relationships play such an integral role in the world of sponsorships.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Now More Than Ever
TJ Callaway: Founder & CEO of Onward Reserve

Now More Than Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 55:01


TJ Callaway, IV is the founder and CEO of Onward Reserve, an online and retail destination for lifestyle gifts and apparel. Named for a story about President Teddy Roosevelt hunting in Onward, MS and embodying the company motto of Live Authentically, Onward Reserve has become a lifestyle brand and menswear phenomenon with 12 retail locations throughout Georgia and The Southeast.  TJ is a passionate supporter of our shared alma mater The University of Georgia and of his hometown of Thomasville, GA which inspired much of the aesthetic (the vibe) of the clothes and the lifestyle accessories purveyed.  Onward Reserve Website: Onward Reserve Onward Reserve Twitter: OnwardReserve (@OnwardReserve) TJ Instagram: TJ Callaway (@tjcallaway4)  Onward Reserve Instagram: Onward Reserve (@onwardreserve)  The show keeps growing, so please help us by following our accounts and sharing with friends! Podcast Instagram Podcast Twitter Dave Instagram Dave Twitter Chris Twitter Chris Instagram  Show email: nowmorethaneverpod@gmail.com  

Chasing Daylight Podcast
E130: Fall Vegas Golf is En Fuego, Farm Basket is Amazing, Our CDP Locks and more!

Chasing Daylight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 60:46


Season 3 Episode 54WHAT HAPPENED IN GOLF THIS PAST WEEKWe played a lot of golf this past weekend and we started the show off with that!Greg Norman is in the news, Five Iron and Callaway announcement, Spieth is back in the OWGR Top 10, and the 2020 VGN Season is officially open for registration.Professional Golf Tour wrap-ups, Our Pick Results, FedEx Cup Standings, and an OWGR Top 5 update.WHAT IS HAPPENING IN GOLF THIS WEEKPGA Tour - World Wide Technology Championship at MayakobaEuropean Tour - The Portugal MastersPGA Tour Champions - The TimberTech ChampionshipLPGA - No tournament this weekKorn Ferry Tour - No tournament this weekLOOK AT THIS INSTAGRAM:Joe: @jobbybonesgolfcultMatt: @sadiedewinstondaviesJeremy: @golfilluminatedVIVA LAS VEGASThe Odds and out LOCKS for the World Wide Technology Championship at MayakobaPlease check out @airbar26 and save $10 off your order with the code "BB10." The Chasing Daylight is the official podcast of The Breakfast Ball Golf Blog. This show is for the casual golf fan who occasionally likes to nerd out on the game's wide variety of topics. Look for interviews from insiders within the industry, banter from their opinions on golf's current state. And discussions about headline topics like the Major tournaments and the hot new clubs hitting the shelves. Real talk, from real people who play the game. Be sure to give us a follow on Instagram as well: @chasingdaylightpodcastThe Las Vegas Golf Superstore The premier retail destination for golfers in the Las Vegas Valley!Bob West - The Golfing Real Estate Agent Former professional golfer turned Real Estate agent servicing the Las Vegas Valley

Bourbon Barrel Talk
BBT - Bardstown Bourbon Company Nick Smith and Danny Callaway

Bourbon Barrel Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 40:46


Nick, Matt and Scott visit Bardstown Bourbon Company and spend time with Head Distiller, Nick Smith and VP of Product Development, Danny Callaway. We cover everything from their collaboration series to the state of the art facility they use. Danny even gives a few upcoming secrets that they are planning.  

Fore Golfers Network Podcast
Callaway Golf Holiday Launch - A New Gear Sneak Peek

Fore Golfers Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 22:17


Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 282 as we bring you an up close examination of the newest releases from Callaway Golf, just in time for the holidays. We're joined by Callaway Golf 30-year veteran Brian Minbiole for a hands on preview of an array of new gear that is now on the market and actually in stock (not sitting on a freighter off the coast of LA). Get your Christmas wish list assembled as you listen in to this special preview! ---------------- FGN 24/7 Listener Hotline - 989-787-0193 - we want to hear from you! Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Check out FGN videos on YouTube and our free Roku Channel

The TXG Podcast
Why fittings aren't free. The new Callaway driver has a name, Hideki wins, and so much more

The TXG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 56:40


In this week's episode, Ryan and Mike cover a lot of ground in the world of golf, club fittings, and new equipment - specifically the spotted prototype driver from Callaway.The host continues the discussion from last week on Mike's lightweight wedge project, and the wedges he decided to put in play for the experiment, the Kirkland Signature - TXG Kirkland wedge review. Spurred on by a question posed by My Golf Spy, the conversation takes a turn to dive deep into the topic of why professional club fittings aren't free, and the value-added to the golfer when they seek out an in-depth professional fitting. Both Ryan & Mike draw from their experience in the industry at and away from TXG, to cover this highly debated topic and give insight on why the phrase "you get what you pay for" holds true. Lastly, we talk about the PGA and LPGA tours, where golfers from the host countries won both events - Hideki Matsuyama at the ZOZO in Japan, and Jin Young Ko in South Korea at the BMW Ladies ChampionshipYou can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG

GolfWRX Radio
Club Junkie: Reviewing Callaway's NEW Apex UW and Graphite Design's Tour AD UB Shaft

GolfWRX Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 40:52


Callaway's new Apex UW wood blends a fairway wood and hybrid together for wild distance and accuracy. The UW is easy to hit and crazy long, but also lets skilled players work the ball however they would like. Graphite Design's new Tour AD UB shaft is a new stout mid launch and mid/low spin shaft. Smooth and tight, this shaft takes a little more of the left side out of shots.

The My Love of Golf Podcast
ROGER CLEVELAND - The Callaway Legend chats to the team at Drummond Golf | THE MLOG EP150

The My Love of Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:57


ROGER CLEVELAND - EPISODE 150 It is an honour to be able to share the 150th Episode of The My Love of Golf Podcast by bringing you a recent chat we had with the legend of golf Roger Cleveland. An icon of the industry, Roger has been a driving force in the product development space for Callaway for well over 20 years. There are not many if any of Callaway's icon forged irons or wedge products that Roger has not had a hand in the design or development.   In this chat, Roger shares the story of his formative years in the industry, his work with Callaway Pro Staff legend Phil Mickelson and his thoughts on the modern wedge game.   I credit a chance opportunity to meet and play a round of golf with Roger as one of the main factors that reignited my appreciation for the history of the game and modern golf club evolution.   This 150th Episode was produced with thanks to both Callaway and Drummond Golf.   Thanks Rossco My Love of Golf Insta Rosss' Personal Golf Insta   Supported By Drummond Golf Thank you to Drummond Golf for the support with MLOG. Remember they always have their LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE With their support, we will continue to bring interesting PODCAST Material from the GOLF INDUSTRY VISIT DRUMMOND GOLF

The TXG Podcast
I Spy new drivers from Callaway & Mizuno, plus new wedge shafts and club fitting.

The TXG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:17


In this week's episode, Ryan gets right to asking Mike about his newest wedge project featuring graphite shafts, and a lighter swing weight based on a previous podcast conversation with Marty Jertson from PING. Next up, the hosts get into talking about the new Mizuno drivers spotted on the USGA conforming clubs list, which looks to be the 2022 models of the STZ and STX. They follow that up with a little discussion about a rumored new Callaway driver which was spotted by European Tour Equipment reporter Rob Brooks: GolfNation on Instagram, and what else could be on the horizon.We also get an update on the Titleist 681AS Adam Scott prototype irons, and the process that went into making them.You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG

OutDaTrap
EP 5 - Now We're Talking About Levels - Jeffrey "JC" Callaway

OutDaTrap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 39:21


Jeffrey "JC" Callaway is a former professional golfer, who has been in the golf industry for 40 years. JC played for a short time on the, what once once known as the "Nike Tour". This was a fun and informative interview. JC has many stories and a wealth of knowledge from the 40 years he has put into the game of golf. JC took that knowledge and self published his first book, "https://store.bookbaby.com/book/invisible-golfers-african-americans-pga-tour-quest1 (INVISIBLE GOLFERS: AFRICAN-AMERICANS' PGA TOUR-QUEST)". The book looks at what's stopping more blacks from making it onto the PGA tour. ABOUT JC CALLAWAY:Former Professional Player 40+years Golf industry Self Published Author Director of Player Development: https://www.thepinkneyfoundation.org/aatq (African American Tour Quest Program) California FOLLOW JC:https://www.instagram.com/jc.callaway/ (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/jc.callaway (Facebook) [00:44] Introduction [01:41] JC Callaway talks about the many different things he's done and is doing outside of golf. [05:16] I discuss JC's book and he explains what the book is about and why he wrote. [13:16] The AATQ: JC explains his role at the organization and the role the AATQ is playing to assist young black players breakthrough and make it to the PGA tour level. [26:58] With 40 plus years in the game, I couldn't wait to hear how JC got introduced to the game. [30:31] Mr. Callaway talks about his time playing as a professional

The TXG Podcast
Adam Scott's Prototype Titleist irons. Callaway UW, and we settle the debate "Private vs Public"

The TXG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 50:42


In this week's episode, Ryan and Mike dive right into the hottest equipment story on the PGA  Tour - Adam Scott and Justin Thomas' prototype Titleist irons. Both sets feature unique attributes and the conversation gets right to the nitty-gritty.   Next up, the new Callaway Apex UW and the overlooked category of the half hybrid - half fairways wood, and finally - lightweight clubs including the newest Callaway "Star" line.They also cover the importance of fitting and how when everything comes together a player can see big gains on the course, which was spawned by the fitting results from one of our Pinehurst context winners. Check out the video here: SHAFT FITTING // Pinehurst Contest Winner Corey // VA CompositesLast but not least, Mike might have finally convinced Ryan that private club golf is where it's at, You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG

Fantasy Football SleeperWire Podcast
The Great Debate: Kadarius Toney vs Marquez Callaway

Fantasy Football SleeperWire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 20:22


Sheahan debates with Justin Barber over wide receivers Kadarius Toney and Marquez Callaway.   Follow us! Twitter: @Justin_b @SheaHanSolo @SleeperWireShow

The Sports Beat with Richard Holdridge
The Sports Beat with Richard Holdridge (Episode 231, October 8, 2021)

The Sports Beat with Richard Holdridge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 32:06


Russell Wilson injures his finger as the Seahawks lose to the Rams 26-17. At 2-3, will the Seahawks miss the playoffs? How valuable is Russell Wilson to the organization? We have a quadruple header in the MLB Playoffs to include Game 1 of the Braves vs. Brewers and Giants vs. Dodgers. I also have my high school preview show to include Central (7-0) hosting Prattville (5-2) and Callaway (4-1) vs. Haralson County (5-1). 

Noble Django
Saints Win, Defense, Jameis Winston & Saints Offense

Noble Django

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 12:52


Brief discussion on the New Orleans Saints win and more

Playing The Inner Game
#29 Zane Scotland - Feeling Like an Outsider, The Power of Goal-Setting, and Creating Your Own Reality

Playing The Inner Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 72:01


Professional golfer, Zane Scotland grabbed the attention of the media in 1997, when he was hailed as Britain's answer to Tiger Woods at age 14. A year later he was a scratch golfer and in 1999 at just 16 years old, Zane became the youngest English player ever to qualify for The Open Championship. He was Europe's #1 amateur player and represented both England and GB & Ireland. As well as progressing to the European Pro Tour he also holds a record 11 wins on the MENA tour. Zane now runs his own golf academy, based at The Wisley in Surrey, England. He also works as an expert analyst on Sky Sports and is a brand ambassador for Callaway. There are some great sporting anecdotes and stories in here, so golf fans will hopefully love this podcast, but this episode is not just about golf. It's about mindset, it's about race and identity, it's about using the feeling of being an outsider as fuel. We discuss dealing with injuries and setbacks, the reality of borrowing money from your parents, driving through the night, cheap airport motels, and buying golf shirts on a maxed-out credit card before making your big breakthrough. It's also about the power of goal setting, visualisation, and creating your own reality.I love golf, so I won't apologise for getting excited about this one and milking it for coaching tips. But I was cognisant the entire time (as I am with every pro athlete on the podcast) that I should look for patterns to parlay into self-development, business, and life lessons more generally. I wanted to steer him towards topics and motifs that bleed into others. How can we extract the general from the specific? What can we learn over here that also applies over there? Playing the Inner Game is all about mentality. It's about adjusting the aperture through which we view life's events, and in that regard, I think Zane absolutely delivered.Links:Instagram @zanescotlandgolfTwitter @ZaneScotlandYoutube Vodcasthttps://www.zanescotland.golf/Home of the podcast:LinkedIn: @michaelxcampionInstagram: @michaelxcampionTop Ten Public Speaking Tips + 'Thursday Thoughts' www.michaelxcampion.com/subscribeMentions:The WisleyGrant Cardone - Be Obsessed or Be Averagehttps://www.theguardian.com/sport/2008/jan/13/golf.rydercuphttps://www.skysports.com/golf/news/12176/12010640/racist-incidents-in-golf-on-the-way-out-says-zane-scotland

Theology in the Raw
#904 - Theology, Film, and the Idolatry of Marriage: Dr. Kutter Callaway

Theology in the Raw

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021


In this episode, we talk at length about a theology of film, looking at the deeper meaning of various movies and discuss how Christians should watch movies. Oftentimes, we get hung up on the big 3 sins: sex, violence, and cussing. But what about “clean” movies that have super compelling and incredibly bad narratives--like pretty much every Disney princess movie ever made? We also talk about masculinity and the idolatry of marriage.Kutter Callaway (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is associate professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary and Co-Director of Reel Spirituality. He is the author of The Aesthetics of Atheism: Theology and Imagination in Contemporary Culture, Deep Focus: Film and Theology in Dialogue, Watching TV Religiously: Television and Theology in Dialogue, Scoring Transcendence: Contemporary Film Music as Religious Experience, and Breaking the Marriage Idol: Reconstructing Our Cultural and Spiritual Norms. Prior to teaching at Fuller, Callaway served in pastoral ministry for nearly a decade, focusing primarily on young and emerging adults. Learn more about Kutter on his website: https://www.kuttercallaway.comTheology in the Raw Conference - In Person or OnlineAt the Theology in the Raw conference, we will be challenged to think like exiles about race, sexuality, gender, critical race theory, hell, transgender identities, climate change, creation care, American politics, and what it means to love your democratic or republican neighbor as yourself. Different views will be presented. No question is off limits. No political party will be praised. Everyone will be challenged to think. And Jesus will be upheld as supreme.Faith, Sexuality, and Gender Conference - Live in Boise or Stream OnlineIn the all-day conference, Dr. Preston Sprinkle dives deep into the theological, relational, and ministry-related questions that come up in the LGBTQ conversation.Support PrestonSupport Preston by going to patreon.comVenmo: @Preston-Sprinkle-1Connect with PrestonTwitter | @PrestonSprinkleInstagram | @preston.sprinkleYoutube | Preston SprinkleTwitter | @RawTheologyInstagram | @TheologyintheRawCheck out Dr. Sprinkle's website prestonsprinkle.comIf you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review.

BarstoolDMV-Baltimore Podcast
Episode 55: Recapping The Chiefs W Including A Chat With Jackson Mahomes Antagonizer Bobby Callaway

BarstoolDMV-Baltimore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 100:45


Final recap of the Wild W over the Chiefs, a chat with viral Jackson Mahomes antagonizer Bobby Callaway, and a Starting 5 of greatest regular season Ravens games

The Outdoor Biz Podcast
A unique entrance into the Outdoor Industry with Diana Seung, Jack Wolfskin USA GM [EP 294]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 28:00


Episode 294 of The Outdoor Biz Podcast with Jack Wolfskin US General Manager Diana Seung. We talk about how Diana got into the Outdoor Biz, how a sociocultural anthropology major gets into retail, merchandising, and eCommerce, and plenty more. Facebook Twitter Instagram   The Outdoor Biz Podcast   Please give us a rating and review HERE Show Notes Diana Seung Jack Wolfskin Callaway Show Notes How were you introduced to the outdoors? A very unexpected call from a recruiter. So I had a recruiter call me and say, I have this amazing opportunity with backcountry.com. And I misheard her as like bat country like a bat. I was like, what's Backcountry? I've never even heard of this company. She's oh, they're in Utah. I'm like, oh, no way in hell. I was living in New York City at the time. And I'm like, there's no way I'm going to Utah of all places, I'm a city girl, lived in New York City, San Francisco, like through and through. She's why don't you just talk to them? Just have a conversation more informal. Yeah, just learn about them. I'm like, I'll be, open-minded, I'll speak to them. So I have a call with them. And at that point, we realized it's backcountry. Not bat country, backcountry was a new term for me too. That's how foreign the outdoor world was.  So finally put two and two together and had a conversation. Crazy enough, I actually had a personal trip planned to go out to park city. A girlfriend of mine had just moved out here and I was coming out to visit her. So I'd mentioned to them, it's so funny that I'm getting this call and I'm speaking to you all cause park, city's never been on my radar. And my girlfriend just moved out there. I'm headed out there in three weeks to visit her. And they're like when you're in town, why don't you just swing in, check out the offices, get to know us. We'll tell you a little bit more about the opportunity. I said sure, why not that quickly transpired into being an all-day long, six-person interview back to back with a presentation. And then before I knew it, I was flying out here again several weeks later for another interview and got the offer and I thought, gosh, do I really want to move out to Utah and do something totally different in the outdoor industry? At that point, I'd spent seven years in Children's Wear prior to that I was in fashion and I thought, heck, why not? Let's try something different. This could be a really cool experience. And so I packed my bag and moved out here and I thought to myself if I hate it I can move back. But I might like it and five years later I'm still here. How does a sociocultural anthropology major get into retail, merchandising, and e-commerce? So college for me was about getting exposure to things that I probably never have the opportunity to learn again. So I took that opportunity just to take courses that were interesting. I was like, let me just have some fun here. So I majored in socio-cultural anthropology, which is definitely a mouthful. It's the study of cultures and more indigenous cultures and communities around the world. And then from there, I also did a minor in Africana studies cause Cornell, which is where I went had an amazing Africana studies program and center. Then I did a concentration in Asian American studies. So for me, it was like, let me learn about people and cultures and ethnicities and human behavior. And that was interesting. And I thought to myself if I don't do it in college, I probably won't get the opportunity to learn it elsewhere. So I did just that and always had the intent of going probably somewhere in the retail route and grew up with that. My father was a small business owner, he had his own small retail shops, jewelry business for a long time. So growing up I would hop in the van with him up to New York and the jewelry, wholesale district. So learned it very grassroots from him. How did you get connected with Jack Wolfskin? I left Backcountry and at that point, I was searching for a new role, and crazy enough, I was on a family vacation and an old colleague, Russ Hopcus he's the president of prAna had texted me. He said, Hey, look I just got connected to the CEO of Callaway golf. They just acquired Jack Wolfson and they're looking for talent and I gave him your name. I told him you're on the market. And he sends me this text and I kid you not within 24 hours Chip Brewer, the CEO of Callaway is calling me. He says Hey, I got your name from Russ. Do you have time to connect? And I'm like, sure. So we have an hour-long conversation and we talk about what he's trying to do. Build out a team for Jack Wolfskin north America. Within two weeks I'm flying out there and then a week later I've got a job offer and I'm like, whoa, what did I just sign up for? In your two years here what have been the biggest challenges? So when we came on board, it wasn't like tools were handed to us and it was just plug and play. Apparel as a business is newer for Callaway. And so we were implementing an ERP system. We had to launch our own website. And those building blocks take time and a lot of energy. So we knew that was always going to be a challenge, but that was the fun challenge. That's what we wanted to all do. And that's what we signed up for. But then to layer COVID on top of that, it's whoa, now we're going to be pushing a boulder up the hill to start. But now we're pushing up five boulders up the hill and COVID was definitely unforeseen by all of us, total curveball. I went out and had a whole strategy and plan of what we were going to do. And then when COVID hit, it was like, whoa, screeching, halt. Let's readjust. Do you feel like your team has gotten even closer? Because you've all had to deal with that? This team is phenomenal. And they all have their unique personalities. They all gel together play off of each other really well. And so it's very complimentary and very colonial. And I think that's the only reason why we were able to survive COVID right. And get through the pandemic because they all had such a great attitude and just a willingness to just conquer this journey and just get through it and just figure it out, despite whatever challenges came their way. You're also a board member and were the interim director at Camber. Tell us a bit about that. For those listening who have never heard of it, it's Camber Outdoors, they've been around for many years. They originally started as a networking group for women in the outdoor industry. They went from a women's networking group and then evolved to be a 501 C3 nonprofit around equity for gender within the outdoor industry. And that has since evolved even further to more diversity equity inclusion in the workplace in general. So a really great mission, really great vision, and amazing staff. I was privileged enough to have the opportunity to step in when Deanna stepped down and serve as our executive director. At that point, I had been serving on the board. I think it was my second year in and she just happened to leave Backcountry. So I was available to step into that role. And it was a humbling experience. I have to give a lot of credit to folks who do DEI work day in, day out, and professionally because it's very difficult work. What outdoor activities do you participate in these days? Moving and living in Utah has definitely opened my eyes to a lot more than I grew up doing. It was mainly hiking, do some fishing-type stuff, but nothing crazy, skied, a little bit as a child. So coming back out to Utah as an adult, I've gone back into skiing. Which has been a lot of fun. So that's my winter sport of choice. I also own a pair of snowshoes, which I never thought I would. So that's a fun activity for me. And then in the summer you usually find me hiking. I attempted one year to try mountain biking and had a horrible accident. So I've since said no to mountain biking and now have an e-bike. So I'm sticking to the pavement. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoors? Network get to know folks, I think now, more than ever. There is a greater appetite in the outdoor industry to bring in folks who are not from the industry. I think companies are recognizing the value of having folks that come from other industries with that different experience. And, they just come with different ideas and different ways to challenge the business. And that's extremely valuable. Because the outdoor industry has plateaued a bit, and there's a lot of opportunities to continue that growth. I think oftentimes, especially for women, they look at a job description and when it says must have outdoor experience, they're like, oh, I don't have that, So I'm not even gonna apply. And actually, that was one of the things we took off the job description. And right off the bat, we saw a tremendous amount of more female candidates applying. So just in general, I'd say don't be afraid to apply. Don't be afraid to, get rejected here and there cause that's just how the job searching process goes. But eventually, if you find the right fit, it could be a really great career. What's your favorite piece of outdoor gear under a hundred dollars? I have to say I'm so thankful when I had that mountain biking accident that I was wearing a helmet, and I still have my Smith helmet. It is crushed in at the top and it's got blood all over it and I just saved it. I don't even know why. But thank goodness for that, because it totally saved my life. And I am a true believer of helmets while riding your bike while the ski slopes. Is there anything else you'd like to ask or say of our listeners before we wrap up? I have to say five years in the outdoor industry, it's been amazing. I think the folks in the industry, what I love the most is just there's this common thread of passion and appreciation for outdoor activities, nature, wellness, health. And I think it's so balanced. I really just appreciate folks being so open-minded to introducing folks that aren't as immersed in the outdoor space like myself and, welcoming me into the industry and into those activities, and showing me how fun they can be. Because without those friends I wouldn't have had that exposure. So I'm so appreciative of that, and that just speaks volumes of the industry that we're in. It's a great community. It's such a great community. Follow Up with Diana Linkedin Snippets 01:46 - 02:09 How did you get into the Outdoor Business? [EP 294] 06:01 - 06:19 How does a sociocultural anthropology major get into retail merchandising and e-commerce? [EP 294] 23:02 - 23:24 Do you have any advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoor biz? [EP 294]  

The Fantasy Football Friends
Week 2 preview: Can you trust Ronald Jones? Marquez Callaway? Josh Jacobs?

The Fantasy Football Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 68:49


The Fantasy Football Friends set their expectations for Terry McLaurin with Ryan Fitzpatrick out for an extended period of time. They discuss the happenings of Elijah Mitchell and Brandon Aiyuk in San Francisco and preview Week 2!Must starts include Damien Harris, Mike Williams and Laviska Shenault.Who should you start over Clyde-Edwards Helaire? How about Josh Jacobs?Tune in to find out!

Grueter Golf Presents: Low Expectations
26. No Golfers at the Met Gala

Grueter Golf Presents: Low Expectations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 59:22


In this week's Founders Chat, the gals catch up on their eventful week of hosting the Mixed Troubles event at Watchung Golf Course in Jersey, getting fit for their fresh Callaway clubs at the Fitting Lab at Five Iron Golf (!) and playing a fun little round at Pound Ridge Golf Course, where they recruited Cassidy the Cartgirl to take up the game!Sign up for the Chicago Fall Outing at Calumet Golf Course on Saturday, September 25! And check out our other events & clinics in Boston, DC, Baltimore, Philly, and NYC!Keep up with all things Grueter Golf by following us on Instagram & Twitter @GrueterGolf and be sure to join the mailing list at www.gruetergolf.com

Dynasty Fantasy Football - Under The Helmet
Ty'Son Williams, Taylor Heinicke, Marquez Callaway, Jameis Winston and Week 1 Reactions

Dynasty Fantasy Football - Under The Helmet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 47:24


Support the show by becoming a UTH Patron for exclusive rewards at www.Patreon.com/UTHGet 250+ premium dynasty shows each year, league-winning dynasty rankings, data, articles, and more by becoming a subscriber at UTHDynasty.com

Locked On Orioles - Daily Podcast On The Baltimore Orioles
Carson Carter could give the Orioles another high-leverage bullpen arm — Josh Callaway joins the show

Locked On Orioles - Daily Podcast On The Baltimore Orioles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 32:03


Host Connor Newcomb is joined by Josh Callaway, the Multimedia Director and Assistant Editor of Oklahoma Sooners coverage at Sports Illustrated, to discuss Baltimore Orioles UDFA signing RHP Carson Carter. Connor and Josh talk: -Carter's two-year career at Oklahoma -His stuff on the mound -How the Sooners used him as a high-leverage reliever rather than a closer But first, Connor updates you on the latest Orioles news, including Gunnar Henderson's promotion to Double-A Bowie. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

25 Yards Later
Week 1 Preview: How Will Marquez Callaway Do?

25 Yards Later

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 88:40


Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive's fantasy football podcast! By the time you're reading this, we will have had our first regular season game of the year! We made it, fantasy fans! You spent all offseason researching and preparing for your drafts, but now it's time to set your lineups. Do you know what to do? That's why we're here. We start with some of the news that has broken since our last episode, including Austin Ekeler's injury, updates to Curtis Samuel and Evan Engram, and the evolving Ravens backfield situation (which is so in flux that we had to record an addendum updating Gus Edwards' injury). Then, we check in on our BFFs (Best Fantasy Friends), before examining some tricky start/sit decisions. Finally, we preview two games with major fantasy implications: Packers vs. Saints and Cardinals @ Titans. As always, we have a lot of questions on our minds. How does Jameis starting for the Saints affect the other weapons? Is there anyone worth starting on the Packers outside of Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, and Aaron Jones? What offseason fantasy darling is surprisingly back from injury without anyone noticing? What do we make out of the Cardinals' backfield? Can you depend on Derrick Henry in a shootout? Is Maxx Williams a real person? Find out our answers to these questions and more in this week's 25 Yards Later! ----- Follow us on Twitter @25YLFF, @nickgluciano, and @allijahmotika. You can listen to 25 Yards Later on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and RadioPublic. Be sure to head over to Ruminations Radio Network for more great podcasts and Sports Obsessive for all things fantasy football, wrestling, and the NFL.

Corked Stats
Corked Stats LIVE! *FOOTBALL EDITION* w/Derek Brown @FTNNETWORK

Corked Stats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 58:26


Last Minute NFL PrepD-Bro & I crammed about 3hrs of NFL knowledge into 1hr of streaming @FTNNetworkKamara v ZekeNuk ok?Mahomes 3rd rdM.Davis v JavonteMostert v SermonJAX WR RoomMeyers v Callaway v Marshall v Edwards

Fantasy Football Today DFS
NFL DFS Week 1 Deep Dive on NFC Home Games & TNF Showdown Slate (9/7 Fantasy Football Podcast)

Fantasy Football Today DFS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 62:22


Compete against Sia, Mike, and Frank on DraftKings for $5 in Week 1- https://www.draftkings.com/draft/contest/112931275 Week 1 is finally here (1:00)! What makes it so unique for DFS? ... Let's start with the Eagles at the Falcons (4:02). Is Jalen Hurts in play? Should you pay up for Calvin Ridley? Is Kyle Pitts good chalk in Week 1? ... Next up Vikings at Bengals (13:42). Should you pay up for Dalvin Cook? Is Joe Mixon a sneaky play? Which Bengals pass catcher should you target? ... 49ers and Lions (22:42). Which 49ers running back should you target? Fade the pass catchers on both sides? ... Jets and Panthers (31:55). McCaffrey or Cook? Which Panthers pass catcher do we like most? ... Chargers at WFT (39:00). Both running backs are in play but is anybody else? ... Packers at Saints (46:46). Start your cash game lineups with Kamara, Adams and Callaway? ... Broncos at Giants is yuck (52:15). ... TNF showdown thoughts on Cowboys at Bucs (56:00).  'Fantasy Football Today DFS' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FFT DFS team on Twitter: @FFToday, @Roto_Frank @Mike5754 @SiaNejad Watch FFT DFS on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today DFS on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/

CORVETTE TODAY
CORVETTE TODAY #73 -Corvette News & Headlines, Early September 2021 (Anniversary Edition)

CORVETTE TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 37:01


CORVETTE TODAY #73-Corvette News & Headlines (1 Year Anniversary Edition)The CORVETTE TODAY podcast celebrates it's one year News & Headlines Anniversary! On this episode, your host, Steve Garrett and Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com bring you the latest about Corvette.Steve and Keith are joined by Jeremy Welborn from the very first CORVETTE TODAY podcast, President of the Southwest Oklahoma Corvette Club and CorvetteBlogger.com to discuss the National Corvette Museum's Anniversary Celebration. Along with that, here are other topics covered on this podcast….1. BGA will NOT shut down this week (due to the chip shortage)2. Corvette ranks highest in class in 2021 JD Power Initial Quality Study3. AutoTrader shows C8 Stingray consistently sell above MSRP4. NCM names Sharon Brawner and new President and CEO5. Callaway introduces “Launch Edition” C8 at Corvettes at Carlisle6. Review of Corvettes at Carlisle7. Review of the NCM Anniversary Event8. Mark Reuss shares pictures of the 2023 Z06's at the Nurburgring garages9. Extreme Turbo Systems shatters C8 world record with a 9.05 at 159 MPH10. Emelia Hartford's C8 Dynos at 1400 HPCelebrate the 1 year anniversary of our News & Headlines podcast on this episode of CORVETTE TODAY!Listen here: https://adori.page.link/corvette-todayWebsite & Merchandise: www.CorvetteTodayPodcast.comGet CORVETTE TODAY emails: https://CorvetteToday.ck.pageJoin the CORVETTE TODAY Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2718423201763136Watch CORVETTE TODAY on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXCRn-2X0SjjEXUt_UlOPPQ

WFAN: On-Demand
Ann Liguori with Nicholas Callaway

WFAN: On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 10:33


Ann looks back at the Big Bertha driver that revolutionized the golf club biz with Nicholas Callaway, the son of the late Ely Callaway, who founded and ran Callaway Golf. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WFAN: On-Demand
Talkin Golf with Ann Liguori:Scott Wood and Nicholas Callaway

WFAN: On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 46:33


Ann talks Solheim Cup, the "overhanging ball controversy; the final round of the Tour Championship; previews the LPGA Founders Cup Tournament with Director Scott Wood; and looks back at the Big Bertha driver that revolutionized the golf club biz with Nicholas Callaway, the son of the late Ely Callaway, who founded and ran Callaway Golf. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Funniest Thing!
Something Good's About to Happen with Chaplain Donna Callaway

Funniest Thing!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 54:14


When you catch yourself believing disempowering things about yourself, simply affirm: Something good's about to happen. It instantly gets you tuned back into the truth that there is no order of difficulty in miracles. “To God all things are possible.” On this episode, Darrell and Ed encourage listeners to encourage themselves with simple affirmative statements. Military-grade chaplain Donna Callaway keeps us keeping on with today's Daily Word®, “Unlimited.”

Fits with the Founder
Sean Toulon and the Mad Scientist

Fits with the Founder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 47:41


To kick off Putter Fitting Month at Club Champion, Sean Toulon joins Nick and Cassie to talk about everything from his wild journey in the golf world to wine and his car obsession. PLUS: Bryson DeChambeau is officially a Club Champion ambassador and the USGA may change driver specs. (00:00-07:29) Bryson DeChambeau joins the Club Champion team + an unforgettable BMW Championship (07:30-10:59) Lexi Thompson at the Solheim Cup + Ryder Cup predictions (11:00-15:15) USGA driver length controversy (15:16-47:46) Interview with SVP of Callaway and Founder of Toulon Design, Sean Toulon Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the show! For more club content, follow us on Instagram: @clubchampion Let us know what you think of the show on Twitter: @clubchampgolf

Quick Spin
Callaway Silverado SC602 Review: The Modern Muscle Truck

Quick Spin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 14:15


The pickup truck might not be your target performance vehicle, as you're probably more accustomed to throwing bags of grass seed or sheets of plywood into the bed of your weekend workhorse and using it to help you finish jobs. Well, as tends to be the case: if there's a vehicle, it can be faster. The world of muscle trucks isn't exactly new and can be rooted in the same performance fervor as muscle machines of the 1970s. Though, more recently, the hopped pickups of the early 1990s reminded everyone that pickups can also be fun to drive. Fortunately, that idea stuck around and even pushed tuners like the folks at Callaway into the pickup world. This Callaway Silverado SC602 packs 602 hp under the hood from its supercharged 6.2-liter V8. The Callaway Silverado also sports a host of other visual and performance enhancements, but you'll probably just focus on the supercharged mill. On this episode of Quick Spin, Mark Vaughn hops behind the wheel of this Callaway Silverado and puts it through its paces. Vaughn takes you along with him on a drive review and guides you around this rig to show off its features. Expanding on his thoughts, Vaughn chats with host Wesley Wren about the Callaway Silverado. The pair discuss the price, the experience and the history of Callaway. Closing the show, the two break down what makes this truck special.

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints' Marquez Callaway is on the Verge of a Special Season | Film Analysis

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 32:00


Today's Locked On Saints walks through the performances of Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill, Marquez Callaway, Paulson Adebo, and more after an in-depth film study. Though both quarterbacks had very good moment, the key differences between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill on full display on tape. Breaking down both of Winston and Callaway's big touchdowns, Taysom Hill's touchdown and more key moments. Marquez Callaway is on the verge of a special season and one area of Lil'Jordan Humphery's game continues to stand out. Callaway has the talent, opportunity, and the support of an offense that wants to attack deep. A perfect formula for a huge season following a very impressive offseason thus far. With Ken Crawley sidelined over the next couple of weeks, the door is left ajar for Paulson Adebo to possibly walk through. The outstanding play of safeties Marcus Williams, Malcolm Jenkins, and C.J. Gardner-Johnson (Ceedy Duce) help to alleviate potential concerns around a young CB2 and Adebo has the traits and physicality to step up. Knowing what happened during Monday's win is important, but host Ross Jackson breaks down how it all came together. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Fantasy Football Show - with Smitty
Marquez Callaway a top 15WR?

The Fantasy Football Show - with Smitty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 10:19


(S2:E134) Marquez Callaway a top 15WR? Catch all of Smitty's stuff at https://smitty1.com

Polk and Kush: A Not-So-Serious New Orleans Sports Podcast
Aug 25th 2021 -We've Got Ourselves a QB

Polk and Kush: A Not-So-Serious New Orleans Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 70:46


The Saints find their QB1 in Jameis Winston and (for the time being) WR1 in Marquez (Kwez?) Callaway. The Pelicans backcourt looks dismal, but could have some surprises for those keeping the faith. We've got outdoor mask mandates, visitor centers and much much more! We're sponsored by: Ale on Oak, and Jansen Petagna at French Quarter Realty. Theme song by Mike Wiebe of Drakulas, Riverboat Gamblers, and the Zach and Mike Make 3 podcast available now everywhere.

Fantasy Law Guy Podcast
2021 Draft Guide Marathon, Pt. 2 (Mid-Rounds); Marquez Callaway Arrives, Travis Etienne Departs

Fantasy Law Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 107:35


Nick Guarisco (@FantasyLawGuy) thoroughly details his favorite targets and best strategies in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts (Rounds 4-10), according to the Fantasy Law Guide (his Draft Board). Marquez Callaway enters the fantasy football scene with a breakout preseason performance; Travis Etienne goes down in the same game.    To support the Fantasy Law Guy Podcast, please SUBSCRIBE and give this podcast a 5-STAR RATING on your preferred podcast provider. Your support is greatly appreciated!   Check out FantasyLawGuy.com, and shoot me a #FantasyFootball question, and I'll answer the best ones on the show!    Insta / Twitter Handles = @FantasyLawGuy.   Thank you for listening, everyone!   Podcast Intro/Outtro Music: “Sirius” - The Alan Parsons Project.  Podcast Fantasy Nugget and/or 2-Minute Warning Rant Music: “Main Lobby Area (Diddy Kong Racing, Nintendo 64)” - David Wise Use of these are for entertainment purposes only for a non-profit podcast. No infringement is intended, as I am not the authors of these excellent compositions, nor do I own copyright for the same.

All In Football with Jake Ciely
All In Football With Jake Ciely - Travis Etienne, Marquez Callaway, & More Preseason News

All In Football with Jake Ciely

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 49:29


Jake Ciely (@allinkid) premieres his Tuesday episode of All In Football on BetsTV. Co-host Lauren Carpenter (@stepmomlauren) joins the show to discuss Preseason news, Travis Etienne, and Marquez Callaway.FREE month to The Athletic via link: theathletic.com/BETSTVCheck out the FTN Network:Use Code: "All in" to get 20% off any package* Daily Fantasy Sports - https://ftndaily.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​...* Season Long Fantasy - https://ftnfantasy.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​...* Sports Betting - https://ftnbets.com​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​...​ Twitter @BetsMedia#NFL​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ #FANTASYFOOTBALL​​​​​​​​​​​​

The Rant with Jeff Ratcliffe
Marquez Callaway On the Rise + Players to Avoid

The Rant with Jeff Ratcliffe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 16:28


Jeff Ratcliffe gives his key takeaways from the Saints/Jaguars game including how to value Marquez Callaway and Jameis Winston and what to do about Travis Etienne and James Robinson. He then gives you 10 players to avoid at ADP, including  one early-round running back and several name-brand older players.

The Hackers Paradise
Off Course: New Callaway Equipment with David Neville

The Hackers Paradise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 45:11


Off Course is back this week with a fantastic show. Hosted by Dan Edwards each Friday he gives you a deep look into the world of golf and equipment in a way unlike any other podcast has done before. Today Dan welcomes David Neville, Sr. Director, Brand & Product Management at Callaway Golf to the […] The post Off Course: New Callaway Equipment with David Neville appeared first on The Hackers Paradise.

The Imperfect Game
Pro Golfer Joe Hooks

The Imperfect Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 44:04


This week's guest is Joe Hooks, a pro golfer who I discovered on Erik Anders Lang's Breaking Sawgrass this past spring. Joe speaks about playing competitive golf at an early age, his golf support system, and making the choice in 9th grade to focus on playing golf. We cover how he practices, money games in Michigan, his experience playing Sawgrass, caddying at The Concession, snacks on the golf course, old Callaway 7-woods. Joe was incredibly gracious and patient as we dealt with WiFi issues on my end and getting booted off Zoom. Make sure to follow Joe Hooks on IG and twitter to keep up to date on his progress and success on the APGA tour and other events this fall and beyond.Twitter - BostonHomer Instagram - StayHomeHusbandStayHomeHusband.comSign up for my Newsletter!Joe on TwitterJoe on Instagram

Fits with the Founder
Roll with the Winners

Fits with the Founder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 38:54


The takes are SPICY on today's Fits with the Founder. Nick and Cassie go over some big Club Champion updates from demos to signing a new brand ambassador and discuss listener questions featuring a divisive one: the most overrated and underrated golf courses in the country. (00:00-07:24) New demos from TaylorMade, Callaway and PING are coming to our stores and a legend is now a Club Champion ambassador. (07:25-09:53) USA sweeps Olympic golf gold and Justin Rose wins the Payne Stewart Award. (09:54-12:45) FedEx Cup playoffs and JR Smith is a college golfer. (12:46-17:55) Tin Cup turns 25 and what would golf's Field of Dreams game look like? Listener Questions: (17:56-23:44) Club Connex drama. How did Club Champion overcome the drama and how do we use it today? (23:45-28:08) How many swings do most people take with each shaft/clubhead and how can we determine what's "best" with just a few swings. (28:09-38:55) The most overrated/underrated PGA players and golf courses. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the show! For more club content, follow us on Instagram: @clubchampion Let us know what you think of the show on Twitter: @clubchampgolf

GolfWRX Radio
Club Junkie: Callaway Epic Super Hybrid and TaylorMade TP Hydro Blast Putter Reviews

GolfWRX Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 41:24


Callaway's new Epic Super Hybrid is a ballspeed machine! They made a low lofted option to take the place of a fairway wood and it flies pretty flat and straight. TaylorMade's TP Hydro Blast putters offer a head shape for anyone and the Bandon 3 is one of the most popular designs right now. The TPU Surlyn insert with Pure Roll puts a great roll on the ball with minimal skipping or hopping.

Fantasy Football Podcast
Biggest Fantasy Football ADP Risers & Fallers using Underdog ADP (mid-August) ) Callaway, Michael Thomas, Fields + more

Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 58:05


Biggest Fantasy Football ADP Risers & Fallers using Underdog ADP (mid-August) ) Callaway, Michael Thomas, Fields + more In this episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Mike Hauff (@theffrealist) will break down the biggest fantasy football ADP Movers from the past two weeks at Underdog Fantasy. Don't enter your fantasy football draft without knowing what players are trending upwards or falling in the wrong direction. NFL News: Bears signed OT Jason Peters to a one-year contractEagles coach Nick Sirianni said WR DeVonta Smith (knee) is "day to day"Washington activated WR Curtis Samuel from the PUP listTexans WR Anthony Miller (shoulder) suffered a "slight dislocation" of his right shoulder in Saturday's preseason gamePackers coach Matt LaFleur said QB Jordan Love was removed from Saturday's preseason game with a shoulder injuryWashington released RB Lamar MillerAccording to Jets coach Robert Saleh, second-round rookie WR Elijah Moore is day-to-day with a quad injuryESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Cowboys QB Dak Prescott's shoulder injury is "healing well"Cowboys TE Dalton Schultz missed the team's second preseason game with an ankle injuryDolphins RB Malcolm Brown started the team's first preseason game.Cowboys DT Neville Gallimore (elbow) is expected to miss 4-6 weeks.Here is Today's Sponsor:Underdog Fantasy (Promo Code: FACEOFF) All NEW USERS will receive a $25 SIGN-UP BONUS when they make their first-time deposit. Link to join: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-ff-faceoff***Don't forget to engage with Anthony, Mike, and other viewers like you in our Live Chat. Hey! We built a website: www.fffaceoff.comJOIN FF Faceoff Discord and connect with Anthony, Mike, and the rest of our community: https://discord.gg/hEYgqxcvYjFind all the happenings surrounding Anthony and the FF Faceoff all in one spot: https://linktr.ee/fffaceoff2021 Fantasy Football Running Back Sleepers: https://thegameday.com/24423/article/2021-nfl-fantasy-football-rb-sleepers/Anthony was the 8th most accurate expert in the FantasyPros ECR Sleeper Competition: https://www.fantasypros.com/2021/07/fantasy-football-sleepers-most-accurate-expert-picks-in-2020/Anthony is the 45th best (out of 778) NFL Betting Expert at TallySight for the 2020 NFL regular season: https://tallysight.com/analyst/anthony-cervino/NFL/2020-21-regular-season Check out the FF Faceoff's Merchandise at Veridian Global: https://veridianglobal.com/collections/ff-faceoff#NFL #NFLPreseason #FantasyFootball--------------------------------------------------------HOUSE-KEEPING---------------------------------------------------------------Here is today's sponsorwww.manscaped.compromo code: FACEOFFGet 20% off your order!Email Anthony and Mike -- ffaceoff@gmail.com Be sure to Follow us on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/fffaceoffhttps://twitter.com/therealnflguruhttps://twitter.com/theffrealistDon't forget to follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thefffaceoffFind us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/FFFaceoff/Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2213414128877661/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=918684538289626SUBSCRIBE to dominate your competition https://www.youtube.com/thefffaceoff?sub_confirmation=1LISTEN on Apple iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ff-faceoff/id1340277737?mt=2Subscribe on Google Podcasts https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ioht3362q3s5ov4bqj4nigpf2xi?t%3DThe_FF_Faceoff%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16-----------------------------------------------------------

The Rainmaker Family Show
23. How I Discovered A Simple Strategy To Make Passive Income Online That You Can Model After (Even If You're Not An Artist) - Kamdon Callaway

The Rainmaker Family Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 39:41


Hi friends! It's Stephen and Chelsea here with The Rainmaker Family Podcast. We are so excited for today's episode because you will be able to walk away ready to activate your creative side (yes you do have one) and make money, all before the show ends!  Today we have one of our Rainmakers Kamdon Callaway with us. Kamdon is an artist who grew up rearranging and redecorating home decor with her mom long before the days of HGTV. Now she is a thriving artist, author, and Amazon KDP enthusiast, whose artwork has been featured on HGTV.  Kamdon shares with us how she stumbled into Amazon KDPs, exactly what they are, as well as how it is changing the game in truly passive income and making it easier than ever for families to find financial freedom. She also shares how to break into your natural creativity by breaking it away from just art, and reframing what creativity is and shows how to think smarter not harder by using what's around you.  By the time this episode ends, we can guarantee that you will have already put your creativity into effect and created a list of ideas that you could use to start making money today. This is an episode that you simply don't want to miss!    More of What We Talk About: Thinking outside the box as a creative The starving artist mindset  Giants and promised lands  Trusting the process Kamdon's brilliant Amazon product hack  The easiest way to make $$$ without an Amazon sellers account  Using what you already know and repurposing it counts as creativity  The different ways creativity manifests outside of art Using public domain to your advantage  The payoff of working smarter not harder  Using the platform you already have to serve your followers even more And more!     LINKS:   Take The Rainmaker Challenge: https://therainmakerchallenge.com Fiverr: http://lnkh.co/fiverr CreativeMarket
: https://creativemarket.com/?u=trecreative Private Label Rights: ThePLRStore.com     Connect with us: ► Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/33EdgBs ► Website: therainmakerfamily.com ► Facebook: www.facebook.com/diazfamilylegacy ► Instagram:   instagram.com/chels_diaz   instagram.com/steezdiaz instagram.com/therainmakerfamily     ► Get Free Stuff On Amazon: stephensfreestuff.com/sfs   Episode Minute By Minute: 1:12 Designed to think outside the box 7:00 Making money is possible as an artist 11:20 Getting closer to the promised land  14:20 Who can access creativity  17:54 The little known Amazon hack (everyone can use it) 20:10 When Kamdon published her first book 23:07 The self-publishing process  27:01 Creative ways to create a book without actually writing  33:10 How to learn all about KTP 34:45 The customization process with Amazon 38:04 How to connect with Kamdon 

Win More Podcast
Topgolf & Winix

Win More Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 29:44


Fresh off the heels of their merger with Callaway, Topgolf hires a former Coca-Cola executive as their new CMO. https://edge.winmo.com/hubnews/articles/33893 Also, the air purifier brand Winix makes dramatic new investments in ad spending, with a newly appointed creative AOR helping to guide the way with a new campaign. https://edge.winmo.com/hubnews/articles/33890

RotoUnderworld Radio - Fantasy Football Show
Marquez Callaway alpha man

RotoUnderworld Radio - Fantasy Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 155:05


RotoUnderworld Radio Fantasy Football Podcast - Mind of Mansion, Ep 550: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Brad Ziegler (@BradZiegler) believe Marquez Callaway is the new best value-wide receiver on the board. Why Michael Thomas' dynasty value is in freefall. Taysom Hill just became the favorite to start the season under center for the New Orleans Saints. Adam Trautman is surging for all the right reasons. Start drafting on the Underdog Fantasy app NOW: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-rotounderwold, Code UNDERWORLD The "World Famous" Draft Kit has ARRIVED: www.playerprofiler.com/fantasy-football-draft-kit Dynasty Deluxe is changing how dynasty leagues are played: www.playerprofiler.com/dynasty-league-rankings