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Best podcasts about Claret Jug

Latest podcast episodes about Claret Jug

Fore Play
Trent's White Whale: Zach Johnson

Fore Play

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 92:39


Zach Johnson (00:20:08) and Entourage creator Doug Ellin (00:59:18) join the show. First, Trent confesses his undying fandom to fellow Cedar Rapids native, 2-time major winner and recent Ryder Cup vice-captain Zach Johnson. We discuss Iowa, the famous eyes open Claret Jug picture, and get details on what it's like on the team earpieces during the Ryder Cup. Then, Doug Ellin joins to discuss the differences between Hollywood then and now, how Entourage is received today and his thoughts on it, and tells stories about he and the crew through the years.

FORE the Good of the Game
Tom Watson - "Emergency Nine with Arnie" SHORT TRACK

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 5:47


Winner of 5 Open Championships, Tom Watson recalls the time Jerry Pate got a little "lippy" with he and Arnie after a practice round at Muirfield in 1980. Andy Bean was paired with Pate in the grudge match that ended as you would suspect, in the year Watson won his third Claret Jug. Hear about their "Emergency Nine" played, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Against Better Judgement
Episode 17: Giannis Takes the NBA Throne, Morikawa's British Open Win, Olympic Anticipation, and the Restaurant Wish List

Against Better Judgement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 64:44


Jeff and Nate sing the praises Giannis Antetokounmpo's performance and the Bucks NBA Finals win....marvel at Colin Morikawa's command as he takes home the Claret Jug....they recap some recent travel to the West Coast....take a brief detour to wine country to discuss they're favorite wine tastings....discuss their most anticipated Olympic events....and finally, select their most desired and aspirational restaurant destination...prepare for in-depth discussion of not one, but TWO different types of deep fried poultry. 

SVPod
Lie To Your Child (It's Fine)

SVPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 53:32


SVP and Stanford Steve chat about Chick-fil-A, the Bucks winning the NBA Finals, swim life in the DMV & Conference Expansion. Plus, Collin Morikawa joins the podcast to chat about his win at The Open Championship, changes he made to win, drinking out of the Claret Jug & more

Yesterday's Paper
The 3M Open Preview and Picks; Open Championship Review

Yesterday's Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 43:46


Welcome back to another bittersweet episode of Tail & Print. While Fin gave out Morikawa to win at 35/1 over at Dimers.com, Granj had a ticket worth roughly $10K riding after placing money on Jordan Spieth way back earlier this year when he was going off at +4000. To help out the poor guy we allow to express pure an utter agony of what it feels like to come to very close to winning so much money, to not winning a penny. Truly soul crushing.  Having said that, Fin is on a freaking heater folks! He just can't stop and won't stop. Be sure to catch his write ups on Wednesdays over at Dimers.com where he reviews the betting board and gives out picks exclusively over at Dimers.com, such as the winner of The Claret Jug this week, Collin Morikawa at +3500.   The boys, then break down the betting board for our post Major Championships bounce back, The 3M Open. We go heavy on the "If you ain't first, you're last" mantra.   Follow us on Twitter/Instagram/YouTube @TailandPrint  

Who’s Your Caddy?
7.20.21 - 3M Open Preview + Open Championship Recap

Who’s Your Caddy?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 30:41


The final major of the year is in the books, with Collin Morikawa taking home his first Claret Jug in his first attempt. It was an incredible showing from Morikawa, while it was also yet another runner up finish for King Louis. Liam and Legs are back in the studio with Chief, as the three of them breakdown the Open Championship, before diving into the 3M Open in Minnesota. Follow us on Twitter!: @blatantgolf @Blatant_Chief @LiamBlatant @BlatantLegsBets

Secret Golf with Elk & Knoxy
The Tour Report - 3M Open

Secret Golf with Elk & Knoxy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 51:11


The final Major of 2021 comes to a close, and the Champion Golfer of the Year is...Collin Morikawa! In his debut appearance at The Open Championship, and only his eighth start in a Major, the Claret Jug is going home with the Cali kid. Elk & Diane look back on the week at Royal St Georges and talk about the very worthy winner. Then they move on to give you our top picks for this week's 3M Open. It's off to the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" for the third edition of this tournament at TPC Twin Cities. With a squad of guys making the trip back across the pond, players with good form over the past few weeks on the PGA TOUR and a whole heap of golfers looking to make moves up the FedExCup standings, this week looks wide open. Elk, Diane & Jay go through the re-ranked Top 10, Sizzlers and Dark Horse picks.

The City View - City AM's Daily Podcast
The City A.M. Podcast with Sam Torrance Episode 3: Reviewing Collin Morikawa's victory in the Open Championship at Royal St George's

The City View - City AM's Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 18:25


In the third and final episode of this series of golf podcasts, Ryder Cup-winning player and captain Sam Torrance reviews the Open Championship with City A.M. Sports Editor Frank Dalleres. Sam discusses Collin Morikawa winning the Claret Jug at his first attempt, expands on the benefits of his 'saw grip' putting technique and explains why he rates the American so highly. He also looks back on a stirring final-day challenge by Jordan Spieth, a strong finish from world No1 Jon Rahm and the fading of Louis Oosthuizen's hopes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show
Collin+Claret Jug In ATL, Open Secrets-Fairways of Life w Matt Adams (Tues July 20)

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 84:11


Matt Adams is back from England and live in studio to chat about Collin Morikawa's incredible major championship. He'll talk about being on the same plane back as Colllin and his viral photo of him at the ATL airport. Plus, Adrian Rietveld from TaylorMade golf joins us to discuss Morikawa's iron switch when and why.

VSiN Best Bets
A Numbers Game | Hour 1 | July 19, 2021

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 54:11


In this hour of A Numbers Game, guest host Jeff Parles takes a look back at an eventful weekend in golf at The Open Championship where Collin Morikawa lifted the Claret Jug at St. Georges. Jeff will be joined by Wes Reynolds to talk about the state of golf after all the majors have been played. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

KentOnline
Podcast: Coronavirus restrictions are lifted in Kent on 'Freedom Day'

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 17:16


All coronavirus restrictions in England have been lifted on so-called 'Freedom Day'. Social distancing and the wearing of face masks are no longer mandatory. But as cases across the country continue to rise, we've been finding out what you think. Hear from Carlie Pleasant from Sittingbourne who has Cystic Fibrosis and will continue to wear a face mask. We've also been speaking to a wedding planner who is hoping more couples will now book their big day. Operation Brock is back in place on the M20 as roads bosses think more people will want to head on holiday now restrictions have been lifted. And the boss of Gillingham football club says he's surprised restrictions have been lifted as their pre-season preparations are disrupted by Covid. Also in today's podcast, a cannabis farm has been found following a fire at a house in Canterbury. A Kent athlete speaks as another Covid case is confirmed in the Olympic village ahead of the games in Tokyo. And, the winner of The Open golf championship has lifted the Claret Jug at Royal St George's in Sandwich.

talkSPORT Daily
Morikawa Makes History & Rooney Tips United For The Top

talkSPORT Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 14:11


We look back at a historic 149th Open Championship as 24-year-old Collin Morikawa becomes the first Golfer to win on his debut in two major tournaments, winning the Claret Jug at Royal St George's. Derby manager and former Man United striker Wayne Rooney believes his old side has what it takes to compete for the Premier League this season, and can Arsenal challenge for the Top 4 after signing Ben White? And who starts for the British & Irish Lions in the first Test against South Africa - former captain Rory Best previews the action! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Open Podcasts
Who can take home the Claret Jug? - The 149th Open Round Three

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 38:18


The Open Podcasts are back, with episodes brought to you from the grounds of Royal St George's for The 149th Open. Today Di Dougherty, Mike McEwan and Harry Ewing provide coverage from round three The 149th Open, with help from Inci Mehmet out on the course. Sitting at the iconic Starter's Hut at Royal St George's, the trio watch on as the leading groups play the 18th hole, and discuss who of the leading players will come out on top tomorrow.The fourth and final round begins early on Sunday 18th July, with Oosthuizen the sole leader in the Championship, one stroke clear of Morikawa in second place. Tune in tomorrow for our bonus preview episode and final Championship review.

ESPN Honolulu
The Sports Animals Podcast July 16, 2021

ESPN Honolulu

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 134:43


The animals are on this aloha Friday with a lot of news surrounding sports, including what is happening with Team USA right before the Olympics. Dan Greenberg from Barstool Sports talks about that and the NBA Finals with Game 5 coming up. Then, The Open Championship has a new record setter for lowest score in 36 holes, but who will win the Claret Jug? Jerry Foltz from the Golf Channel gives you his answer to that. And the MLB is in its second half of the season, so Emma Span from The Athletic joins the show to talk who could make a run for the playoffs.

The Bogey Men
The Open Preview | Ep.73

The Bogey Men

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 29:35


Jonny & Dave sit down on Thursday morning as The Open at Royal St. George's gets underway. The lads pick who they think will take home the Claret Jug on Sunday, as well as who won't make the cut! Dave played in The North this week and recaps how he fared playing competitive sport since retiring from professional rugby. Jonny has been cut 0.3 and is now playing off 7.6. His game is coming together so hopefully he will go low this season. We filmed our week at the Social Media Open, as part of a new video series 'Tee Time' so keep an eye on our Youtube channel for that, coming soon! We will be publishing more videos on our Youtube Channel very shortly, with lots of original video content being filmed in July so please subscribe to our channel for something you have never seen before! If you have any thoughts or comments let us know and leave a review. Get in touch with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bogeymenpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BogeyPod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bYG9Ud9Vyy7Gfa6mrcaBAv

FORE the Good of the Game
Bill Rogers - Part 1 (The 1981 Open Championship)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 47:15


Forty years after his Open Championship win at Royal St. George's, Bill “Buck” Rogers takes us through his major championship experiences, including that victory in 1981 when he was the PGA Tour Player of the Year and winner of seven events around the world. He gave David Graham a run at Merion in the 1981 U.S. Open and was in the final group with Tom Watson at Pebble Beach in 1982. Ben Crenshaw had to talk him into playing the British Open and he almost missed his tee-time in the first round. Facing adversity on the final day, he recovered from a double on the 7th to make that famous walk to the 18th green to claim the Claret Jug. Hear how the obligations that came with being a winner ultimately extinguished Bill's passion for the game as he tells us his life story, “FORE the Good of the Game”.

Mid-Am Crisis: A Golf Discussion
Ben Curtis - 2003 Champion Golfer of the Year

Mid-Am Crisis: A Golf Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 62:59


Ben Curtis is widely regarded as one of the biggest underdog major winners in golf history. His victory at the 2003 Open Championship at Royal St George's was one of the most improbable golf feats of that era. On his way to claiming the Claret Jug, Curtis outlasted names like Thomas Bjorn, Vijay Singh, Tiger Woods, Davis Love III and Nick Faldo. Not bad for the 396th ranked player in the world at the time. The fact that Curtis had never played links golf before that week makes that achievement even more startling.  In winning the Open, Curtis joined Francis Ouimet as the only players to win a major in their first attempt. While many golf fans remember the difficulty of the course and stumbles made from others at the top of the leaderboard, Curtis' win was also an incredibly impressive performance. His final round 69 included six birdies and was one of the best scores recorded that day. He finished the tournament as the only player under par and was hailed as Cinderella story by media outlets around the world.  Despite not being a household name, Curtis' win at the Open did lead to a lucrative playing career. He went on to record four victories on the PGA Tour and was part of the winning U.S. Ryder Cup team in 2008. He continued to compete on the tour until 2017 when he retired from competitive golf. Today, he is focused on his golf academy that serves elite junior players and spending time with his family.  Curtis joins me on Mid-Am Crisis for an depth discussion about his most famous win. He recalls what it was like to hoist the Claret Jug, the tense moments of that final round, and how the win propelled his golf career. He also shares how he's now putting his love for golf to work in different ways.  Although he won't be playing at the Open's return to Royal St George's this week, Curtis will certainly be watching from home. While he may not be walking those fabled links in person, it's hard to imagine he doesn't return there in his memories each day. I certainly enjoyed revisiting them with him on the show and I think you will too. To learn more about the Ben Curtis Golf Academy please visit https://bencurtisgolfacademy.com/ Thanks as always for listening to Mid-Am Crisis. The show is brought to you by my friends at Imagine Golf – the #1 app for the mental game. Download Imagine Golf today and start your journey to an improved way of thinking on and off the course. https://www.imaginegolf.com/ Be sure to follow me on Twitter @JayRevell and find more or my work at https://jayrevell.com/ You can also subscribe to my newsletter at https://midamcrisis.substack.com/ If you enjoy the show, I would love for you to leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Cheers, -J Mid-Am Crisis is a production of Revell Media, LLC

Who’s Your Caddy?
7.14.21 - Open Championship Preview

Who’s Your Caddy?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 54:10


It's time for the last major of the year, as the tour heads across the pond to Royal St. George's Golf Club for the Open Championship. Chief is joined today by special guest Matty P and recurring guest Romeo the Caddy, as the 3 of them breakdown everything you need to know before crafting your DFS lineups. Hammers are broken out, guys are sprinkled/peppered, and the gang gives you who each of them think will be taking home the Claret Jug. Follow us on Twitter!: @blatantgolf @Blatant_Chief @LiamBlatant @BlatantLegsBets

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Robin Lopez, Can Bucks beat Suns? Can anyone beat Superman? Mascot Rivalries, Race to One Wednesday, MLB All-Star Shame

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 58:46


Cousin Sal and Dave start by discussing the MLB All-Star game as the American League continues their dominance. The Uniformant gives his expert opinion on the All-Star jerseys which no one liked and Sal discusses the problem with having players mic'd up. Dave gives his idea on what could replace the Pro Bowl.   Then, the guys discuss Game 4 of the NBA Finals and Race to One Wednesday – as Sal makes his pick by going the opposite of Harry. Dave still likes the Suns and likes Devin Booker to bounce back and be the game's top scorer.   Sal and Dave give their British Open picks as Dave takes Rory McIlroy to win the Claret Jug and puts shame on the PGA for not pairing Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau together for one round. Next, the guys discuss a new ranking of NFL quarterbacks done by NFL executives and coaches as Dave thinks Big Ben with a chip on his shoulder this season could be good for the Steelers.   Washington Wizards center Robin Lopez joins the show to discuss watching his brother play in the NBA Finals, his rivalry with NBA mascots and could the Lopez brothers beat the Antetokounmpo brothers? Robin talks about his love of comic books and the new comic book he and his brothers are putting out called Transition Game. Finally, the guys discuss what is the best super power, if anyone can beat Superman and Sal wants to help Robin get into the Marvel movies IF Robin will help him win Race to One Wednesday! 

Irish Golfer Podcast
Open Championship Preview - 149th Royal St Georges

Irish Golfer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 54:39


It's Open week at Royal St. George's and on this week's edition of the podcast, we try to narrow down our idea of the winner at the last men's Major of the year. Shane Lowry finally gave back his Claret Jug after a two year reign but he'll be hoping it is back in his grasp in a few days time in Sandwich. Rory McIlroy says he's found something ahead of Thursday's start. Is it McIlroy's time to shine and end a seven-year wait for one of golf's Major titles? Jon Rahm will no doubt have something to say about the fate of the famous piece of silverware but are the favourite's odds a fair reflection of where this field is at? We delve deep into all these questions and more, and look ahead to another busy week on the fairways further afield, especially where Seamus Power narrows in on a PGA Tour card at the Barbasol. As ever, we hope you enjoy the listen. Don't forget to subscribe and let us know what you think.

Enjoy The Walk Podcast
3.32 - We Walk Through The Valley Of The Member Guest

Enjoy The Walk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 61:04


A Sandbaggers Paradise! We take a look at Dalton's experience in Ocean City Maryland at the Ocean City Golf Club's Wolrd Famous Member Guest. Dante deconstructed his entire bag thanks to our most recent Podcast Guest Steve Harrow, Master Club Fitter with Club Champion. Dante takes us through what a from-scratch build looks like and why Swing Weights are finally not putting Dante's head in a Pretzel ITS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK!! We take a look at why the Covid Protocol has many of the Top - 50 in the world withdrawing from the Tournament & Who we think will take home the Claret Jug at Histroical (everything about the open is Historic) Royal St. Georges. We hope you love today's show. If you did, share it with a friend! Word of mouth growth is a huge part about what we do so go share and SUBSCRIBE! As always you can follow us on Instagram & Twitter @enjoythewalkpod Head to www.enjoythewalkpod.com for the latest merch so you can rep the walk on & off the course! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enjoythewalk/support

The Imperfect Game
The Open Championship: Glory's Last Shot

The Imperfect Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 84:40


It's been two years since the world's best golfers competed for the Claret Jug. Paul joins me to talk about the five year anniversaries of the Open. Stenson,  Clarke, Tiger, Duval, and Baker-Finch get some air time before we dip our toes in two discussions - Who is the best player without a major and what player with one major win in the last decade is the most disappointing?Then we talk about Royal St. George's and make our picks for this week, including our top three, one dark horse, one deep dark horse, and our trunk slammer.  Twitter - BostonHomer Instagram - StayHomeHusbandStayHomeHusband.comHickoryHacker.com

Sports Talk Center
Our Betting Guide and Preview of the Open Championship (Ep. 431)

Sports Talk Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 25:44


On today's show, Brian dives into handicapping this year's Open Championship from Royal St. Georges. We examine things to know plus trends to consider, and then we give you some prop bets and positional finishes to check out. Lastly, Brian gives you his two picks to take home the Claret Jug this Sunday.

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Open Championship Best Bets and Props | Golf Gambling Podcast (Ep. 73)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 74:26


In this episode of the Golf Gambling Podcast on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network, Boston Capper (@boston_capper) and Steve Schirmer close out Open Championship week with a supersized betting show! They start off going over if anyone on Thursday has an advantageous tee time. They also give one final look at the weather report to firm up all their leans and angles for the Open Championship. Then they close with Steve's Big Short and each of their One and Done Picks. Then they dive into the card for the Open Championship. They cover it all. Tournament Props. Matchups. Cut line. And more! Anything you can dream of betting on the Open Championship, they break it all down. They close the show with all their outright bets for who will hoist the Claret Jug! Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Five Things About the Open Championship with Jaime Diaz

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 68:01


Golf Channel's Jaime Diaz joins Andy to discuss this week's Open Championship at Royal St. George's. Jaime has over 30 years of experience in golf journalism, and he shares his favorite memories from the Open and how writing about it differs from covering it for TV. He and Andy also talk about Bryson, Rory, Rahm, and other players hoping to lift the Claret Jug on Sunday.

Up to Par golf podcast
149th Open Championship Preview Show

Up to Par golf podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 36:45


It has been 2 years since Shane Lowry hoisted the Claret Jug and The Open Championship is back and Royal St. George's and the field is stacked and ready to close out the 2021 Major season.  Listen today for a full preview of the course, the field, and our picks to contend this week.  Follow us on Instagram @up_to_par_golf 

Putt That Podcast
Putt That Episode 56 - The Open Championship Preview PLUS Major Giveaway

Putt That Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 80:49


This week Putt That is all about the final major of the season as we are joined once more by our resident European Correspondent, 'The Golfing Pilgrim' Nick Mumby (follow on Instagram @TheGolfingPilgrim and online at thegolfingpilgrim.com).We kick things off by recapping the week that was in golf including Lucas Glover's John Deere Classic victory, Jim Furyk's latest major championship, and of course the Scottish Open featuring Min Woo Lee's triumphant playoff win over Matt Fitzpatrick and Thomas Detry.Before we get into all the action incoming for The Open Championship, Putt That is proud to announce our biggest giveaway to date as we are teaming with Sqairz Golf Shoes (sqairz.com) and none other than three-time Open Championship winner Sir Nick Faldo to give one of our lucky listeners a FREE pair of Autographed Sir Nick Faldo's Open Inspired Sqairz shoes! Make sure to Follow @PuttThatPodcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for all the details!Last, but certainly not least, whether it's The Open, Open Championship, or even the British Open, whatever you call it it's finally back! Nick and Kyle break down everything from The Golfing Pilgrim's own pilgrimage to Royal St. George's and his rounds on-site to our full Picks and Predictions for who will take home the Claret Jug after a 2-year hiatus.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=Y6XV98Q4LEYKE)

You're Still Out Golf Podcast
You're Still Out Golf Podcast - Bonus Episode - Live from Chalk 2021 Open Championship Preview

You're Still Out Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 96:34


The guys are "live" at Chalk to record their deep-dive preview for the 2021 Open Championship, to be held at Royal St. George's in England! It's been nearly 2 years since we last saw the Irishman, Shane Lowry, lift the Claret Jug and we're all super excited for #CoffeeGolf to return this week! Leading things off, we have Lincoln Park Golf Course's, Aaron "AK" Kristopeit, join us to talk about LP's Club Championship, to be held later this month (July 31st - August 1st) and how our listeners can sign up and play, and how YSO crew will be involved! We then do a quick (relatively, for us) recap of the golf week that was, with recaps of the Scottish Open, the John Deere Classic, and the LPGA's Marathon, as well as some KF Tour shout-outs and Texas Women's Amateur news as well! And with the last segment, we dive into all things British Open, with a course recap/history, storylines and player news galore, and then lastly, our picks and best bets! Big thank you to our man, Scotty "Scooter" Gurss, for joining up half way through to talk Open Championship with us, and as always, big thanks to the best sponsor in the world, Chalk Luxury Sports Bar!!! Come out to Chalk and draw a golfer out of the "hopper" for your chance to win some great prizes on Sunday morning! All that, and so much more, on this "mega" YSO podcast!!

Secret Golf with Elk & Knoxy
The Tour Report - The Open Championship

Secret Golf with Elk & Knoxy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 54:50


The final Major of 2021. Who will be crowned the Champion Golfer of the Year after Shane Lowry has had the honor for the past two? The world's best are in Sandwich, Kent to put on their finest display around Royal St Georges. This quirky, unpredictable links course last hosted The Open Championship ten years ago, where Darren Clarke hoisted the Claret Jug. This week on our Tour Report, stats are out the window. We're looking at current form, links form and Major form...and we're really mixing it up with some of our picks. Will an Englishman do one better than their football counterparts did at Wembley last weekend? Elk, Diane & Jay go through our re-ranked Top Ten, Sizzlers, Fizzlers & Dark Horse picks for this iconic Major.

Bettor Up Podcast
2021 Open Championship Picks, Preview DFS

Bettor Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 65:50


The quest for the Claret Jug heads to Royal St. George in England. James and Mikey have you covered with a course preview, field preview as well as the standard bets, DFS and One and Done adviceTIME CODES0:20 Scottish/ JDC Recap9:00 Approach/ Prep for a Euro event 12:00 Key Stats/Course Preview19:40 Betting39:50 Draft Kings Pop, Lock& Drop57:45 One and Done

Ready Golf Podcast
Preview of the 149th Open at Royal St. George's (RG80)

Ready Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 76:33


As the title suggests, we spend most of this week's episode previewing the highly-anticipated Open Championship, back after being cancelled in 2020. As per usual, Brent takes us through the historic course, some design elements that make it unique, as well as some notable holes to watch out for. While the weather forecast for the weekend isn't looking too harsh, this course is a great example of true links golf in the most traditional sense and should be a real test for the field. We do things a bit differently with this preview when it comes to breaking down the field. Rather than devoting too much time on the big names who you'll surely know plenty about, John takes us a bit deeper down the field list and helps identify some great value picks for the week. We also take a look at players who have seen success in their careers playing the Open and find a few stats that will lead to success at St. George's. Before getting into the preview, we also cover a few headlines: John's most recent golf excursion Glen Abbey is saved! Recap of the Tours, including some great results for Canadians at the US Senior Open PIP moments of the week Check back next week as we recap all the action from the UK and see who takes home the Claret Jug. Until then, keep up with all things Ready Golf at: Instagram - @readygolfpod Twitter - @readygolfpod Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/readygolfpod/ Or drop us a line at info@readygolf.ca

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
07-13-21 Segment 1 Trophy Talk and Fries

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 66:09


Hrabe filling in today, bringing heat. Iggy vs. Hrabe already off to a hot start. Tampa already dented the Stanley Cup. Iggy's book. Best trophies. Claret Jug. Chastity Belt. Golf clothing. Caddying. Iggy's FPCC match recap. StrodeCast. It's National Fry Day! Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap, brought to you by The Post. Calories. Grilling. Gas talk.  

Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast
Episode 24: British Open Preview with Ben Curtis & Luke Taylor

Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 38:07


Luke and Ben talk the upcoming British Open at Royal St. George's while reliving Ben's remarkable British Open win in 2003 at the same course as this  years tourney. As always, remember to Share, Subscribe, Rate and Review! Go to  https://www.perfectpractice.golf/ and when checking out use CLUBSANDCORKS in the code to get 15% off.  Great way to get your putting dialed in!Also, we have a special offer to all of our listeners. LinkSoul is offering 15% off to Clubs & Corks fans. Go to https://linksoul.com/      and when you check out use CLUBSANDCORKS in the  discount code.Special Thanks to our sponsor Mira Vineyards in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Where Miracles Happen Every Day! Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine!https://miranapa.com/Join our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests  some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow!https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks

The NCG Podcast
Dialled In: Open Championship preview

The NCG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 24:54


NCG's Steve Carroll is joined once more by golf form expert Barry Plummer as they discuss the main contenders for the 149th Open Championship at Royal St George's. Who will claim the Claret Jug and who could spring a surprise at a big price? Barry hands out his betting tips. Please remember to gamble responsibly. This podcast was recorded in the media centre at Royal St George's so apologies for any background noise you might hear during the episode.  

LINKS Golf Podcast
Ep. 85: LINKS Summer Issue Preview with Editor George Peper

LINKS Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 29:43


The hosts review the across-the-pond features in the Summer 2021 issue on this episode of the LINKS Golf Podcast, presented by Ashcroft Capital, including George's “exclusive” interview with the Claret Jug. They also discuss 18 great courses in the shadow of the nine Open Championship venues, Old Tom Morris's 200th birthday, and the best courses to play at twilight. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Open Podcasts
The Story of 2002 - Original Documentary

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 61:01


In the final episode of Season 3 of The Open Podcasts, we relive one of the most dramatic golfing weeks in Open Championship history, with The Story of 2002.The 131st Open at Muirfield had everything. From anticipation of a third straight major for Tiger Woods, to a biblical storm putting an end to those chances. From a birdie fest in the final round to the first and only ever four-way playoff at The Open. From near disaster for Ernie Els, to elation as he finally claimed the Claret Jug.With narration from Di Dougherty, and contributions from Ernie Els, Ricci Roberts, Thomas Levet, Steve Elkington, Dame Laura Davies and Gary Evans, relive The Story of 2002 in this Original Documentary from The Open.This episode has been a co-production from The R&A and IMG.

The Open Podcasts
David Duval - Tales of The Open

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 60:42


Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of David Duval, one of the most dominant figures in modern professional golf, even if just for a handful of years.A world number one during Tiger Woods' dominance at the turn of the millennium, Duval won 11 PGA Tour events in 18 months, and 20 events around the world, before suffering innumerable injuries that ended his competitiveness at 30-years-old. However, a truly brilliant player in his day, Duval was able to capture a very special Championship indeed during his window of success, winning the Claret Jug at The 130th Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes.Through colour commentary, narration from Shane O'Donoghue and Duval's own insight and friendly candour, we relive the career of one of golf's good guys, in this Original Documentary from The Open.  

The Open Podcasts
Lee Westwood - Tales of The Open

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 57:13


Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of Lee Westwood.One of the most consistent players over the last quarter of a century, former world number one Lee Westwood has played in the last 25 Open Championships. On more than one occasion, he has come ever so close to lifting the Claret Jug.Through colour commentary, narration from Shane O'Donoghue and Westwood's own insight and stories, we relive the wonderful career of one Britain's finest, in this Original Documentary from The Open. 

TalkinGolf
Episode 64: TGH 64: Antiquities of the Game, Young Tom's Putter

TalkinGolf

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 94:01


TalkinGolf History is proud to announce a new series, "Antiquities of the Game," where we explore relics from golf's past and use them to tell the history of the game of golf. This episode includes Jock Hutchinson's 1921 Open Championship Gold Medal and YOUNG TOM MORRIS' PUTTER that he used to win 4 Open Championships in a row. This pivotal moment changed the course of golf history, gave birth to the first ever Gold Medal, the Claret Jug and the Open Rota. I am joined on the show by Golf Historian and author of "Monarch of the Green: Young Tom Morris: Pioneer of Modern Golf," the fabulous Stephen Proctor.

The Cookie Jar Golf Podcast
065 - Ronan Rafferty

The Cookie Jar Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 119:48


We had a blast chatting with Ronan about his career, with all the war stories from his time on the European Tour. In this monster 2-hour podcast we also got to talk about Ronan’s time in the Ryder Cup, narrowly missing out on the Claret Jug to Nick Price, as well as all his adventures growing up around the game which saw him playing top level amateur golf from a very young age! We think all of our podcasts are good - but none more so than this one! Enjoy

The Bogey Men
Billy Foster Tour Caddy | Ep.43

The Bogey Men

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2021 43:08


Billy Foster is one of the great caddie characters in the game’s history. The longtime European Tour caddie – currently with Matthew Fitzpatrick – has walked the fairways with, among others, Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Sergio Garcia and the legendary Seve Ballesteros. Billy joined Jonny and Dave on the pod this week to recount of incredible stories from his 38 year career from winning the DP World Tour Championship last December to receiving a letter from Seve requesting his caddying services and taking part in 14 Ryder Cups and being reduced to tears by Darren Clarke's heroic performance at the 2006 Ryder Cup in The K Club. It was a pleasure to talk with Billy about his wonderful career and we're excited to see what the future has in store, hopefully we'll see him lift the Claret Jug soon. We're really excited for the year ahead, we have lot's planned from special podcast guests to original video content and challenge videos, keep an eye on our social channels! Thanks for listening to this episode of the podcast, we hope you enjoyed it. If you have any thoughts or comments let us know and leave a review.  Get in touch with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bogeymenpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BogeyPod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bYG9Ud9Vyy7Gfa6mrcaBAv

Scottish Football Forums Podcast
S10E42 Guest Special: Ali DeFoy

Scottish Football Forums Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 72:21


In the last of Good John's guest specials for 2020, he is joined by Ali DeFoy, presenter & producer of the Go Radio Football Show and presenter of St Mirren TV's matchday coverage. Ali begins by talking about her role at Go Radio and working with big personalities in Paul Cooney, Rob MacLean, Si Ferry and Barry Ferguson, and how successful the show has been so far. We then delve into memory lane by going through Ali's career to date, which has taken her from the Dance School of Scotland and River City, through Gems TV and Biz to Biz, to Central FM and Wave FM. Her main sports broadcasting roles before Go Radio include a month at Aston Villa, three years co-presenting The Open for C3I Group and being Head of Marketing and Communications for Carnoustie Golf Club, scene of Paul Lawrie's famous Claret Jug victory in 1999. In addition to her professional career, Ali is a big St Mirren fan and talks about her time following The Buddies from the Love Street days, through the League Cup 2013 win over Hearts, to the present day where she is lucky enough to be presenting the in-house matchday coverage for the club TV channel. We round off with the usual quick fire questions including a best Saints XI, and an interesting choice for desert on Christmas Day. Tweet us @sffpodcast Facebook - Scottish Football Forums Instagram - sffpodcast

The Open Podcasts
The Story of 1999 - Original Documentary

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 54:11


In the final episode of Season 2 on The Open Podcasts, we relive one of the most dramatic sporting events in history, and an unforgettable Open Championship.This week is The Story of 1999, an Original Documentary episode from The Open focusing on The 128th Open Championship at the turn of the century, won by Scottish hero Paul Lawrie at Carnoustie. The story is told through the perspectives of the major characters of the drama, including Lawrie, Justin Leonard and Jean van de Velde, the man who looked sure to claim the Claret Jug. Narrator Steve Rider takes us back to 1999, as Paul Lawrie's incredible golf on Sunday and a nightmare 18th hole for van de Velde help rank The 128th Open as one of the most shocking, difficult and brilliant Championships ever held.This episode has been a co-production from The R&A and IMG.

The Open Podcasts
Justin Leonard - Tales of The Open

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 61:19


Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of the Champion Golfer of 1997, and one of the finest players of Open Championships in the past 30 years, Justin Leonard. Leonard knows what it is like to win The Open, and to lose The Open, and in this edition of Tales of The Open, the American shares those stories in dramatic fashion. A man who has achieved so much in the game, Leonard delivered some incredible shots at Royal Troon in 1997, as well as some touching words, that cemented his place in history. He very nearly won the Claret Jug again for good measure, just two years later in 1999.Narrator Shane O'Donoghue takes us back to the late 1990s, as through colour commentary, narration and Leonard's own insight, we relive the career of a remarkable player in this Original Documentary from The Open. 

The Open Podcasts
Bill Rogers - Tales of The Open

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 50:23


Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of 1981 Champion Golfer Bill Rogers, in the fourth edition of Tales of The Open.A proud Open Champion who took home the Claret Jug at Royal St George's during an iconic season in 1981, Bill Rogers' story and the friendships he made in professional golf are both unique and inspiring to this day.Narrator Shane O'Donoghue takes us back to Rogers' Open Championship triumph, as we hear from the 1981 Champion Golfer of The Year as to why The Open is so special to him in this Original Documentary from The Open.

The Open Podcasts
Chris Wood - Tales of The Open

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 45:05


Telling some of the greatest stories in golf and in sports with ten new Original Documentaries. This week on The Open Podcasts is the story of Chris Wood, in the latest episode of Tales of The Open.In 2008 and 2009, Chris Wood took the golfing world by storm, going from an unheralded amateur to competing for golf's original major twice before the age of 22. Having played in the Ryder Cup since, Wood has never held the Claret Jug, as the first time he does he wants to be able to keep it for a year. Narrator Shane O'Donoghue guides us through the 137th and 138th Opens, as the inspiring sporting story of Chris Wood's rapid rise came so close to ending in Open Championship glory.

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Mark Calcavecchia On His Adventures with the Claret Jug + Masters Memories...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 25:00


Mark Calcavecchia talks about his battle with Covid-19 plus his first Masters experience, what he did with the Claret Jug during his year with it after winning the Open Championship in 1989, and setting the PGA Tour record with 9 consecutive birdies at the 2009 Canadian Open.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Hal Sutton, Mark Calcavecchia, & Chris Mitchell Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 111:50


On this episode of Next on the Tee hear my conversations with PGA Tour legends Hal Sutton and Mark Calcavecchia plus New England.Golf Writer and Podcast Host Chris Mitchell. Hal Sutton shares his thoughts on the impact that a parent's over zealous desire for their junior golfer's success can have on their child's psyche and love for the game. He also talks about what has led to him opening up on Twitter, how he would entertain the other players during rain delays, plus thoughts on The Masters. Mark Calcavecchia talks about his battle with Covid-19 plus his first Masters experience, what he did with the Claret Jug during his year with it after winning the Open Championship in 1989, and setting the PGA Tour record with 9 consecutive birdies at the 2009 Canadian Open. Chris Mitchell talks about some of the great golf courses to play along Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts, plus his fantasy golf picks and insights for The Masters.

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Hal Sutton, Mark Calcavecchia, & Chris Mitchell Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 112:00


On this episode I talk Masters and a whole lot more with PGA Tour legends Hal Sutton and Mark Calcavecchia plus New England.Golf Writer and Podcast Host Chris Mitchell. Hal Sutton shares his thoughts on the impact that a parent's over zealous desire for their junior golfer's success can have on their child's psyche and love for the game. He also talks about what has led to him opening up on Twitter, how he would entertain the other players during rain delays, plus thoughts on The Masters. Mark Calcavecchia talks about his battle with Covid-19 plus his first Masters experience, what he did with the Claret Jug during his year with it after winning the Open Championship in 1989, and setting the record with 9 birdies in a row at the 2009 Canadian Open. Chris Mitchell talks about some of the great golf courses to play along Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts, plus his fantasy golf picks and insights for The Masters.    

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Tim Simpson & Ian Baker-Finch Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2020 66:00


Tim Simpson is one of the best ball strikers of all-time and a 4 time winner on the PGA Tour. Ian Baker Finch won the 1991 Open Championship. I talk with Tim about his college playing days at the University of Georgia and some of the great talent he played with and against in the SEC. We also talked about his experiences playing at Augusta National, his mental approach, and his 1990 season when he finished T5 in the US Open, T12 in the Open Championship, and T8 at the PGA Championship.  Ian Baker-Finch shared his memories from his 1991 Open Championship, the year he spent with the Claret Jug, his early 90's success at Augusta National, the two times he's been hit with a golf ball while broadcasting, plus what to expect this week at the FedEx WGC Tournament.

The Open Podcasts
Padraig Harrington - The Open Conversation

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2020 53:25


In the eighth episode of The Open Conversation, we continue to tell golf's greatest stories on The Open Podcasts. In this episode, we were joined by back-to-back Open Champion Padraig Harrington to talk about all things golf.We learnt about Padraig's Instagram tips for amateur golfers, his love of Irish golf, his escapades with the Claret Jug and all the emotions he went through in winning The Open in 2007 at Carnoustie and 2008 at Royal Birkdale.Visit TheOpen.com/Podcasts for more.This podcast was recorded during lockdown

The 3 off the Tee Podcast
Nick Price | War, adversity and a relentless pursuit for the Claret Jug | Ep 16

The 3 off the Tee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2020 89:12


We chat to Nick Price who has a had a compelling life. Growing up in war torn Rhodesia, losing his Dad to cancer at an early age, tough losses in the Open Championship to Tom Watson and his great friend, Seve. Bobby Jones preventing him shooting a 62 at Augusta, triumphing at The Open in 1994, $10 fines on himself and caddy “Squeaky” for negative chats. 48 worldwide wins, why becoming World No.1 didn't bother him and why you need adversity in your life to make you stronger.

The Open Podcasts
Shane Lowry - The Open Conversation

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 77:40


Welcome to the first episode of The Open Conversation, the newest series from The Open Podcasts. We were lucky to have been joined by the reigning Champion Golfer of the Year, Shane Lowry, and he certainly had some stories to tell....Tune in to hear Shane tell stories of partying in Dublin after Portrush, fishing during Open week, how he maintains his beard so well and most importantly, how he's been looking after the Claret Jug...Be prepared for plenty more episodes of The Open Conversation, released every Tuesday and available from your preferred podcast provider.Be sure to check out our website too, with an incredible selection of Official Films in our Open Archive at TheOpen.com/Video

Life On Tour Golf Podcast presented by Hilton
#20 – Shane Lowry – Clara to the Claret Jug

Life On Tour Golf Podcast presented by Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 35:49


In a special edition of the Life on Tour podcast, Andrew Cotter brings you an exclusive interview with Champion Golfer of the Year Shane Lowry, live from the Hilton Honors Lounge at Wentworth Golf Club. Lowry discusses his upbringing in the Irish town of Clara, his rise through the amateur ranks, victory at the 2009 Irish Open and that magical weekend at Royal Portrush where he won The Open Championship. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

IN The Grill Room with Bob & Jay
Shane Lowry Wins The Claret Jug

IN The Grill Room with Bob & Jay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 39:20


Irishman Shane Lowry wins the Open Championship in Northern Ireland...incredible win in very mixed challenging conditions. Bob and guest Alex Miceli (sitting in for co-host Jay Randolph Jr) review and recap The Open. Audio from Lowry, Fleetwood, Koepka, and McDowell. Next is a short preview of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Championship followed by Bob's chat with talkSPORT radio personalities, Rupert Bell and Georgie Bingham which took place right after Lowry was crowned Champion Golfer of the Year.

Sky Sports Golf Podcast
Sublime Shane takes home the Claret Jug

Sky Sports Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 76:20


Josh is joined by Kit and Neil to look back on an enthralling Open at Royal Portrush and celebrate a home win for Shane Lowry. Plus, Koepka v JB, Macintyre v Stanley and they assess McIlroy's frustrating week.

Sportplatz – meinsportpodcast.de
Zwei Titelverteidiger & dünne Luft für Kaymer

Sportplatz – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 18:03


The Open, das letzte Major des Golfjahres, ist Geschichte. Während Shane Lowry, aber wohl immer noch feiert und mit dem Claret Jug kuschelt, rüstet sich der Rest der Golfelite für das nächste große Turnier - und einige Spieler wollen hier ihren Frust aus der Vorwoche schnell vergessen machen. Die zum WGC-Event beförderte St. Jude Classic steht in dieser Woche auf dem Programm. Es geht in den TPC Southwind nach Memphis. Offiziell ist Justin Thomas der Titelverteidiger dieses WGC-Events. Letztes Jahr wurde es allerdings noch als Bridgestone Invitational im Firestone ausgetragen. Dort gewann Thomas mit vier Schlägen Vorsprung feiern konnte - vor Kyle Stanley und Thorbjörn Olesen. 64 Spieler, kein Cut und ein Platz, der den Spielern zusammen mit den klimatischen Bedingungen einiges abverlangen wird. Malte Asmus und Désirée Wolff blicken voraus. Und auch auf die Barracuda Championship in Reno. Dort geht es nämlich auch für Martin Kaymer um die Tourkarte. Mehr Infos bei golfpost.de: Wochenvorschau: ...

Golf – meinsportpodcast.de
Zwei Titelverteidiger & dünne Luft für Kaymer

Golf – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 18:03


The Open, das letzte Major des Golfjahres, ist Geschichte. Während Shane Lowry, aber wohl immer noch feiert und mit dem Claret Jug kuschelt, rüstet sich der Rest der Golfelite für das nächste große Turnier - und einige Spieler wollen hier ihren Frust aus der Vorwoche schnell vergessen machen. Die zum WGC-Event beförderte St. Jude Classic steht in dieser Woche auf dem Programm. Es geht in den TPC Southwind nach Memphis. Offiziell ist Justin Thomas der Titelverteidiger dieses WGC-Events. Letztes Jahr wurde es allerdings noch als Bridgestone Invitational im Firestone ausgetragen. Dort gewann Thomas mit vier Schlägen Vorsprung feiern konnte - vor Kyle Stanley und Thorbjörn Olesen. 64 Spieler, kein Cut und ein Platz, der den Spielern zusammen mit den klimatischen Bedingungen einiges abverlangen wird. Malte Asmus und Désirée Wolff blicken voraus. Und auch auf die Barracuda Championship in Reno. Dort geht es nämlich auch für Martin Kaymer um die Tourkarte. Mehr Infos bei golfpost.de: Wochenvorschau: ...

Nur Golf – meinsportpodcast.de
Zwei Titelverteidiger & dünne Luft für Kaymer

Nur Golf – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 18:03


The Open, das letzte Major des Golfjahres, ist Geschichte. Während Shane Lowry, aber wohl immer noch feiert und mit dem Claret Jug kuschelt, rüstet sich der Rest der Golfelite für das nächste große Turnier - und einige Spieler wollen hier ihren Frust aus der Vorwoche schnell vergessen machen. Die zum WGC-Event beförderte St. Jude Classic steht in dieser Woche auf dem Programm. Es geht in den TPC Southwind nach Memphis. Offiziell ist Justin Thomas der Titelverteidiger dieses WGC-Events. Letztes Jahr wurde es allerdings noch als Bridgestone Invitational im Firestone ausgetragen. Dort gewann Thomas mit vier Schlägen Vorsprung feiern konnte - vor Kyle Stanley und Thorbjörn Olesen. 64 Spieler, kein Cut und ein Platz, der den Spielern zusammen mit den klimatischen Bedingungen einiges abverlangen wird. Malte Asmus und Désirée Wolff blicken voraus. Und auch auf die Barracuda Championship in Reno. Dort geht es nämlich auch für Martin Kaymer um die Tourkarte. Mehr Infos bei golfpost.de: Wochenvorschau: ...

The First Cut Golf
Rory's motivation, Lowry's celebration, more Open fallout (07/23)

The First Cut Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2019 53:18


Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson set the stage for the WGC in Memphis after Lowry's win at The Open. First, all of the feels for Lowry's celebration tour with the Claret Jug (1:00), more evidence for Brooks Koepka's greatness in the 2019 major season (6:50) and a deep dive on what's next for Rory after his missed cut at Royal Portrush (19:33). Then, looking at the 2020 Masters odds (29:45), who changed the narrative the most this major season (37:30), Xander's driver issues (43:40) and expert picks for the WGC in Memphis (48:30). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Girls, Beer, Sports
Sheep Squatting

Girls, Beer, Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2019 69:40


In this episode we are joined by Kindsey Bernhard from Wooden Cask Brewing in Newport Kentucky who not only came to Ft. Lewis studios, but brought us several varieties of beer to try. We talk women's soccer, Carrie finally has the Top Chef experience she always wanted, Leigh goes Parrot Head and gets to see John Daly in all his glory. We decide what we would drink out of the Claret Jug if given the opportunity and what would it take to squat a sheep. We get into a bit discussion about why people aren't attending college football games in Take It or Leave It.

Girls, Beer, Sports
Sheep Squatting

Girls, Beer, Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019 69:40


In this episode we are joined by Kindsey Bernhard from Wooden Cask Brewing in Newport Kentucky who not only came to Ft. Lewis studios, but brought us several varieties of beer to try. We talk women's soccer, Carrie finally has the Top Chef experience she always wanted, Leigh goes Parrot Head and gets to see John Daly in all his glory. We decide what we would drink out of the Claret Jug if given the opportunity and what would it take to squat a sheep. We get into a bit discussion about why people aren't attending college football games in Take It or Leave It.

Second Captains
Ep 1525: Lowry Wins The Open, Shane's Amazing Granny, Kerry & Donegal's Modern Classic - 22/7/2019

Second Captains

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019 83:05


The Open came to Ireland for the first time in 68 years, and the Claret Jug will stay in Ireland, after Shane Lowry's extraordinary 6-shot win over the field at Royal Portrush yesterday. We salute a man we can all say is as nice as he appears on TV, with Malachy Clerkin and Lawrence Donegan. We also lament the fact that just 24 hours after his success, Shane has already been usurped... by his own granny's scene-stealing cameo on RTE News. Mike Quirke and Oisin McConville outline just why Lowry's win was so lustily celebrated by GAA people (and men of a certain age), before we delve into the modern classic Kerry and Donegal played in Croker on Sunday. Plus there's turf mould, Tiger Woods in the bog, brandies, refreshing honesty and pop psychology snake-oil.

Mitch Unfiltered
Episode 49 - Edgar Enshrined Among Premier Cooperstown Class, Lowry Lifts Claret Jug on Home Soil, & Parents of Murdered Utah Student McCluskey Recount Senseless Act

Mitch Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2019 127:27


RUNDOWN Today's show tees off with reaction to the PGA's final major of the season as Shane Lowry caps off a brilliant performance at The Open Championship and Rory falls short in front of his hometown supporters. The guys chat about the Sunday's induction ceremony in Cooperstown including the emotional speech by Roy Halladay's wife, Mariano Rivera, and a replay of Edgar's speech in its entirety. Today's guests include Matt & Jill McCluskey whose daughter Lauren was killed while attending The University of Utah by ex-boyfriend, M's writer Corey Brock, and sports business writer for Forbes Kurt Badenhausen. Later, Mitch marvels at how McIlroy conducted himself after a disappointing exit at Portrush. More evidence about the MLB's doctoring of baseballs was observed during a recent at-bat. Finally, Seattle's future hockey franchise hired a general manager and the team still lacks a name!   GUESTS Matt & Jill McCluskey | Parents of murdered Utah track athlete & Pullman native Lauren McCluskey Corey Brock | Mariners writer for The Athletic Kurt Badenhausen | Sports business writer for Forbes TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:20 | Rory McIlroy missing the cut on his home course has to be one of the most agonizing moments in his career. 7:05 | Mitch provides background context to the first interview on the episode about Lauren McCluskey's murder. 16:41 | Football season is around the corner which means it's a great time to become a Mitch Unfiltered Patron! 18:17 | Candidates are revealed for the naming of Episode 49 and it's slim pickins. 21:25 | For Mariners fans, the fact that Edgar stayed in Seattle is perhaps the most endearing aspect of his career.  31:13 | Listen to the full hall of fame induction speech by Edgar!  46:10 | Matt & Jill McCluskey share the tragic story of their daughter Lauren who was murdered while a student-athlete at The University of Utah in a senseless act by a former boyfriend. 1:10:13 | Corey Brock from The Athletic discusses his recent article which outlines the few remaining reasons to keep an eye on the M's down the stretch of this dismal 2019 campaign. 1:25:51 | Kurt Badenhausen from Forbes breaks down the financial landscape in modern sports including monster deals for mid-level NBA players, the growing trend of agent-less athletes, and a thought on the controversial compensation discussion for the Women's World Cup champions of Team USA. 1:44:01 | Scott has an idea which involves Mitch, does he agree to participate? 1:45:36 | Among Lowry's dominant performance in Portrush included another example of Rory's grace in defeat and some brash behavior by Brooks. 1:51:12 | Need more evidence baseball are "juiced" in the big leagues? How about a one-handed homerun. 1:52:53 | Shaq was recently caught on video moshing, Scott recalls times he moshed in the past, and Mitch wants to know what moshing is.  1:56:03 | Seattle names Ron Francis GM for its future expansion team and the guys weigh in on their outlook for a new team coming to town in a sport relatively foreign to them.

Leave the Pin In
Episode 27-OPEN Re-Cap, A Win for the Leprechaun, Short Pants, JB Slow, Rory/Kyle/Xander Mess Up and Korn Tour Nation

Leave the Pin In

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2019 54:39


The Open is over and we don't have to wake up before the sun anymore. Shane Lowry dominates and we find out the Claret Jug is at the end of the rainbow. Erik VanRooyan wears short pants and people go nuts. J.B Holmes is his normal slow self and people go nuts. Rory strikes out during his home debut, Kyle Stanley hits people in the crowd on purpose and Xander's driver is too HOT for the Royal and Ancient. The KORN TOUR is on fire this week with the heat in Nebraska. All this and more in episode 27. Check us out on social media-Instagram @Leavethepin Twitter @Leavethepin Email us at Leavethepinin@gmail.com and leave us a voicemail to be used on the podcast at 843-608-0013 Visit our sponsors site www.mulliganzgolf.com and on all forms of social media @Mulliganzgolf --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leave-the-pin/support

The Shotgun Start
Saturday at the Open: Westy sadness, Lowry greatness, Koepka cockiness, and the illegal driver scandal

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2019 47:42


This special Saturday edition of the Shotgun Start delivers some instant reactions to the third round of The Open. We begin lamenting the fall of Westy, who put it in neutral for much of the afternoon following a rousing tease in the first five holes. Does he have any hope playing from behind and is there a different game within the game to watch for on Sunday? We review the 54-hole leaderboard and marvel at Shane Lowry’s 63 that has him four shots clear. We nominate some contenders for a chasedown and discuss Brooks’ contentions that no one is hitting it better than him. The second half of the pod is largely devoted to the failed driver test scandal and Xander Schauffele outing other failed manufacturers while also describing why he’s “pissed off” at the R&A. Is this just the tip of the iceberg of a conspiracy that runs deep? Should PGA Tour be testing drivers before every single round? We go at length on the issue before wrapping with our picks to hoist the Claret Jug on Sunday.

Data Axis Golf
Day 3 at the British Open - Shane Lowry Turns Out the Lights! (E148)

Data Axis Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2019 8:54


What Shane Lowry did today was beyond unexpected, it was historic. And based on the historical data, he has pretty much won the himself the Claret Jug. But what Shane Lowry has had to overcome to get where he is today is amazing, and I did not know it. Let's tee it up! #golf #pgatour #golfers #lovegolf #golfday #whyilovethisgame #golflessons #golflife #anythinggolf #beautifulgolfcourses #lovegolf #betterdatabettergolf #dataaxisgolf #golfislife #golfball #golftournament #golfcourse #golfrange #golfnews #instagolf #golfswing #golfing #golfaddict #nowhitebelts #talkbirdietome Follow us on Instagram: >>Click Here>Click Here

The Shotgun Start
Friday at the Open: Rory’s emotions, illegal drivers, Fore fights, and Westy’s rise

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2019 63:41


This special Friday afternoon edition runs through some instant reactions to the first 36 holes at The Open. Andy cannot contain his Lee Westwood excitement with the hard-luck Englishman rising near the top of the leaderboard again. We run down Westy’s chances, as well as the entire top 10, and look for some names outside that group to make a longshot, given the history, run at the Claret Jug. We review the contrast in Brooksy’s and Spieth’s rounds, and who should be the favorite at the midpoint. With the Pace Car in the lead, Flashback Friday goes down the rabbit hole of that one time the R&A handed out a slow play penalty, which Andy attempts to argue greatly helped Phil Mickelson’s career. We spend a segment reviewing Rory’s push to make the cut and his emotional post-round interviews. Tiger’s decision to skip the WGC Swampass is praised but the grading of his week at Portrush is not kind. We wrap with some late breaking news on Xander Schaueffele failing a driver test and Bobby MacIntyre getting into it with Kyle Stanley over his failure to yell “Fore!” We conclude with some quick hitters on the Meth-head uprising in the heartland, Dru Love’s admirable work in Canada, and Carson Daly returning to our golf lives.

ATM: At The Minute Podcast
6. Jack McGrath on British Open Picks, Stay-aways, Best Bets, College Football Futures, and The Hot Minute

ATM: At The Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2019 79:14


FanFuelSports.com creators Jackson Stoever and Peter Mitchell bring on a very special guest in Jack "Snacks" McGrath to preview this weekend's British Open (1:10 - 31:00). We cover our favorite picks to take home the Claret Jug, players to steer clear from, and our Royal Portrush best bets. Then, after throwing Snacks on the Hot Seat, the trio dives into college football future bets, ranging from conference champions, playoff picks, national champions, and Heisman hopefuls (32:51 - 1:14:10). And finally, we gift wrap this pod with the Hot Minute! Hosts: Jackson Stoever, Peter Mitchell Guests: Jack McGrath

Ready Golf Podcast
The Open Championship Preview with Mark Zecchino (RG16)

Ready Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 49:25


With the 148th edition of the Open Championship returning to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years, not many people know what to expect out of Royal Portrush. So, to help us with our preview show, we’ve once again called in the expert - Golf Talk Canada’s Mark Zecchino. In this week’s episode Mark discusses what to look for out of the course and some of the biggest names in the field. He also shares some of his expert picks and gives us an idea of who to watch out for atop the leaderboard. Later in the episode, Eric and Brent also offer their usual head, heart and wildcard picks and shed some insight on who they believe has the best chance to bring home the coveted Claret Jug. For a deeper look at the year’s fourth and final major, check out Golf Talk Canada’s Acura at the Majors show Wednesday afternoon on TSN. Keep up with Ready Golf at: Instagram - @readygolfpod Twitter - @readygolfpod Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/readygolfpod/

Mark & Mark Talk Sports
Talkin' Wimbeldon, British Open, MLB,

Mark & Mark Talk Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 46:57


Wimbledon, Fortnight, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Borg, John McEnroe, Serena Williams, Simone Halep, Venus Williams, majors, Open Era, Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick, Pete Sampras, US Open, Steffi Graf, British Open, Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler,Tommy Fleetwood, Brandon Schauffele, Brooks Koepka, Dustin,Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Thomas, Francesco Molinari, Scott, Jack Nicklaus, Claret Jug, Majors, Royal Portrush, Phillies, Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw Baumgartner, trade deadline, All Star gameThis show is broadcast live on Monday's at 7PM ET on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).

PaddyTalks
Ep 4 The Open at Royal Portrush

PaddyTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 25:40


Fellow Golf Fanatic, Fun Fact man and Stat connoisseur Ryan Gallen joins the show to talk about the upcoming Open Championship at Portrush this week.  We explain why the Open took over 70 years to return to Northern Ireland, the history behind it, some fun facts and numbers about the course and the week that is in it and of course our top picks for who we think is going to walk away with the Claret Jug on Sunday evening.  Thank you all for pressing play, hit the show a follow, rate & review it if that’s your style, most of all please share the show with your family and friends.  Until we tee it up again soon,  I’m Paddy. 

Real Life Caddie
THE OPEN RETURNS TO THE EMERALD ISLE!

Real Life Caddie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2019 46:01


In this episode of The Real Life Caddie Podcast:Neil and Big G discuss the 4th major of the year, The Open Championship!The boys will be discussing the tournament's history, favorite moments, the course and who they think will win this year.They also touch on some of the differences between caddying in America versus the UK.If you have any questions or feedback email them: podcast@glorifieddonkey.comAs always, please rate, review and share the podcast with friends.

Sports' Forgotten Heroes
58: Park, Brown & Fleck-PGA

Sports' Forgotten Heroes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2019 85:27


Three golf champions. Three remarkable championships. Three very unique stories about three guys who had never won before: Mungo Park, 1874 Open Championship; David Brown, 1886 Open Championship; Jack Fleck, 1955 U.S. Open. Each have very unique stories and joining Sports’ Forgotten Heroes to help tell their stories is Connor Lewis from the TalkinGolf History podcast. Connor is one of the foremost golf historians around, created the Society of Golf Historians and is absolutely enthralled with the game and its history. His knowledge is second-to-none and the stories he recalls and relates are absolutely terrific. Mungo Park won the 1874 Open Championship after spending 20-years at sea. David Brown won the 1886 Championship after he had given up the game to become a roofer. More remarkable is the fact that he was actually working on a roof when he was convinced to come down, tee it up, and then went on to capture the Claret Jug. Jack Fleck, who was in Normandy on D-Day, ultimately became a professional golfer, qualified for the 1955 U.S. Open, found himself 9-strokes back after the first round, climbed into contention, tied Ben Hogan on the 72nd hole and beat Hogan in an 18-hole playoff to win! In the episode of SFH, we take a look back at all three championships and talk about the careers of all three golfers. Links: Sports' Forgotten Heroes website Sports' Forgotten Heroes Patreon Page Sports' Forgotten Heroes twitter ©2019 Sports' Forgotten Heroes

Golf Yeah
Ryan Carey — Owner, Green Jacket Auctions

Golf Yeah

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2019 39:40


“Never buy golf memorabilia as an investment; buy it because you love the item. But if you get your hands on the right item at the right price, you might accidentally make money on it.” (https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Ryan-Carey-with-Jacket.jpg)   Ryan Carey Owner, Green Jacket Auctions Boston, Massachusetts Ryan Carey is exactly the type of person that the Golf Yeah podcast was created to showcase. A lawyer by training, and a practicing attorney, around 13 years ago Ryan Carey and his partner Bob Zafian, identified an opportunity in the world of golf memorabilia, and in 2006 they created on online business called “Green Jacket Auctions,” that’s grown into the largest auction house of its kind. To give you an idea of the scope of Ryan’s business, its most recent auction featured more than 1,000 lots, with items ranging in price from $25 to more than $200,000. To appreciate those numbers, this morning I searched Ebay for golf memorabilia, and found only 124 items…ranging from a Francis Ouimet trophy listed at around $20,000, to an unsigned photo of Jack Nicklaus kissing the Claret Jug for $5.55. (https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Green-Jacket-Auctions.jpg) Business partners Ryan Carey and Bob Zafian have established Green Jacket Auction’s reputation as the world’s leading auction house for golf memorabilia. Based on their passion for golf, and for collecting other rare sports items, Ryan and Bob have created what’s become a thriving enterprise that’s expanded into related services, including appraisals, authentication and private searches for hard to find collectables. And in the process, they’ve established reputations a leading authorities on just about everything related to golf…and as their company name suggests…everything related to the Masters Tournament. I had not met nor spoken with Ryan prior to his interview, but from what I was able to discern from his footprints on the internet…I learned that he’s a native of Tampa, Florida…an avid golfer, a fly fisherman, and a lover of fine wines. He currently resides in Boston, and hoped he’d made the conversion to being a Red Sox fan. As you’ll learn in his interview, he’s a Tampa Bay Rays fan. Show Highlights:  How a shared interest in golf with a stranger that he met online led to creation of Green Jacket Auctions The public showdown with Tiger Woods that served as the first major catalyst for business growth Why collectors are better off buying a few high priced items, rather than a lot of less expensive items The rationale for keeping an online archive of every item that’s ever been sold on Green Jacket Auctions What makes most autographed items from golf professional less valuable than other sports autographs Ryan’s “official” announcement regarding the recent dispute with Augusta National Golf Club How Green Jacket Auctions took the market for autographed golf items away from Ebay Simple advice for people who are interested in starting a collection of golf memorabilia Notable Quotes:  On starting the business: “For both Bob and me, this was our side gig that we were not telling our employers about.” On their dispute with Tiger Woods: “In 2010, we were still pretty small when Tiger talked some shit about us; and that was the best thing that ever happened to us.” On the golf memorabilia market dynamics: “The market is dominated by a couple dozen very large collectors around the world. They move the bigger ticket items that drive our auction.” On limiting the number of auctions to 3 each year: “Instead of running auctions every month, we like to make them special events and create buzz around them. We’ve got a great core of followers that love to follow our auctions, and if we have them all the time they will feel less special.” On...

Tee Party
417: Meningen med livet, foursome och jakten på Claret Jug

Tee Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2019 58:59


GÄSTER: författaren Martin Österdahl, skådespelaren Henrik Norlén och Johan Salzmann från svensktgolfforum

Golf Yeah
Brian Thorne – Golf Channel Camera Operator

Golf Yeah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2018 45:13


“People who succeed in this business show up early and stay late, and have a willingness to do anything…even if it’s “not their job,” and even if it means helping to move a refrigerator.” (https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Thorne-with-Claret-Jug.jpg) (https://golfyeah.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Thorne-Emmy-2-e1542727935908.jpg) Brian Thorne President, Veritas Productions Fairfield, Connecticut Brian Thorne is a man who wears many different hats. He’s been a freelance camera operator for the Golf Channel for the past 8 years. He also does freelance production for ESPN and NFL Films. We will hear from someone who has filmed 10 Super Bowls, 2 World Series, The Olympics in Rio; and for golf, 7 Masters, 8 PGA Tournaments, 8 US Opens, and many more!  Brian teaches at the graduate level at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. He runs his own company called Veritas Productions, which is a full-service video production company. And in his spare time, he does things like coach his son’s football team, and win Emmy Awards. Listen in and discover Brian’s passion and insights on what it takes to break into the video production side of professional sports broadcasting.  Show Highlights:  Why Kelly Tilghman really left the Golf Channel  Where Brian’s passion for video production began How Brian moved up the industry ranks, and paid his dues  Starting Veritas Production right out of school  Learning on the ground, high-level professional camera work   Production crew at tournaments; freelancers versus staff positions   Spending time with pro golfers and personalities, and other perks  Physical demands of hauling cameras  Behind the scenes at the Ryder Cup; what happened  Which golf majors Brian most enjoys covering  Golf fans in the UK versus the US  The risk of being injured on the sidelines  The joy of teaching at the collegiate level  Sources of personal motivation  Notable Quotes:  On finding his career: “I realized I was creative, I just needed a tool. I didn’t have natural talent.”  On filming at sporting events: “I have been run into, but never hurt.”  On teaching: “You get really fired up when you see your students on TV at a major sporting event.”  On the future of his business: “There are a lot of people talking about sports, and that’s what’s great.”  Resources:  Veritas Productions Website (http://veritasproductions.com/index.htm) Photo Out-takes (Including Kelly Tilghman embrace) (https://golfyeah.com/blog/brian-thorne-interview-out-takes/)

The Back of the Range Golf Podcast
Hannah Fleming - Assistant Curator, British Golf Museum

The Back of the Range Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2018 50:42


Our guest this week is Hannah Fleming, the assistant curator of The British Golf Museum in St. Andrews, Scotland!  Very educational and interesting episode revolving around golf history, interesting artifacts at the museum, and the origination of the Claret Jug.  Great episode for anyone interested in golf! Links British Golf Museum - Website British Golf Museum on Twitter Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY! Also Subscribe in Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow us on Instagram:  @thebackoftherangepodcast Email us:  ben@thebackoftherange.com Website:  www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips Check him out at mpvoice.com  

Playing Out Sideways
Playing Out Sideways Podcast - Three Scots talk Golf - Carnoustie is King

Playing Out Sideways

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2018 44:16


JD, Steg and Dan the Mann give us their verdict on the Open at Carnoustie. It was a classic and they break it down to the takes that matter including who choked more, Tiger or Speith and whether Rory's putting lost him the Claret Jug or not. No one had any complaints about the deserving winner.  You can get this podcast on: Itunes Stitcher Acast Spotify Find us on Social Media: Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube

Alternate Shot
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP / SKULL & CROSSED BREAKDOWN!

Alternate Shot

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 87:02


The Open Championship is in the books, and so is the 2018 Skull & Crossed Championship! Mike, Matt, Dave, and Friend of the Pod Cullen break down all the action from Carnoustie and Pinehurst. (1:38)A fast and hard Carnoustie delivered some fireworks this weekend - with weekend charges from Rose, Spieth, and Tiger Woods. It was vintage Tiger on the weekend - but a rowdy fan (24:58) and a missed putt left the door open for San Francisco Molinari to win the Claret Jug. Back in Pinehurst (1:00:30) - 24 players battled it out on 3 courses over 3 days - culminating with an 18 hole shootout that came down to the final hole. Tip of the cap to Fitz (1:14:48) for a HOLE IN ONE at Tobacco Road! And a big thanks to everyone to came down and contributed to such an awesome event. Let's get into it!

Sky Sports Golf Podcast
Magical Molinari captures his first major

Sky Sports Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 66:42


Josh is joined by Van Phillips and Jamie Weir, briefly, to look back on an incredible Open Championship with Francesco Molinari claiming the Claret Jug. They chat about the improving Tiger Woods and near misses for McIlroy and Rose. Plus there's a look ahead to the four events this week and lots of your questions are answered. The Callaway competition winners are also revealed.

Girls, Beer, Sports
Elle Yeah

Girls, Beer, Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2018 58:12


Our girl from Queens, Elle joins Carrie and Leigh in the co-host seat this week. We talk the power going out and why Carrie walked away from a flea market deal. Leigh talks about watching golf live and we also discuss jackasses who feel the need to yell at golf tournaments. We discuss why the Stanely Cup is the best trophy in all of sports, sorry Claret Jug..our GBS news of the weird leads Leigh to talk about her somewhat dangerous interactions with people who play sports for fun, and our Take It or Leave It is of course a brilliant mix of sports and everything else.

Girls, Beer, Sports
Elle Yeah

Girls, Beer, Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2018 58:12


Our girl from Queens, Elle joins Carrie and Leigh in the co-host seat this week. We talk the power going out and why Carrie walked away from a flea market deal. Leigh talks about watching golf live and we also discuss jackasses who feel the need to yell at golf tournaments. We discuss why the Stanely Cup is the best trophy in all of sports, sorry Claret Jug..our GBS news of the weird leads Leigh to talk about her somewhat dangerous interactions with people who play sports for fun, and our Take It or Leave It is of course a brilliant mix of sports and everything else.

European Tour Race to Dubai Golf Podcast
Molinari’s Magic Major Moment

European Tour Race to Dubai Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2018 46:05


A dramatic final day of The 147th Open Championship saw Francesco Molinari claim the coveted Claret Jug at Carnoustie, becoming the first Italian to win any of golf’s four Major titles. Richard Kaufman, Paul Eales and Matt Adams review a great week on the Angus links, where Molinari held off the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose and a certain Tiger Woods, with the fourteen-time Major winner topping the leaderboard during his final round. We hear from the new Champion Golfer of the Year, as well as some of Francesco Molinari’s closest challengers in Scotland. There’s also a preview of the next event on the European Tour, the Porsche European Open.

The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.
#37: A Claret Jug Extravaganza

The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2018 30:54


Arguably the best major of the year deserves a kind of preview the world has ever seen. From a Claret Jug secret to player trends, Open history, and melting hot takes -- this won't disappoint. Highlights: -Pep talks for Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth -Why the Open is better than the Masters -Funnier alternatives to “Champion Golfer of the Year” -The 4 latest trends in the game of golf right now -Why Carnoustie is like Wimbledon -2 irons, hard fairways, brown greens and unicorns -The history of the “Trophy” before the Claret Jug existed (Hint: It was basically a WWE Belt) -The 2018 winners and their past Open performances -Why Phil coming into the Open as “bad boy” will help his chances -Why picking Molinari feels so wrong -Tiger's chances and the promise we make to each other if he wins -Tough love for Rory -And much more

Sports and Spirits
Sports and Spirits Episode 45

Sports and Spirits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2017 68:17


Big show this week with a lot of content for you! Matt and Hank are back with the biggest topics in sports along with some great spirits industry coverage.  We can't miss out on commenting on the Phelps vs Shark event during Shark Week (5:30). We'll start off the sports talk with a quick recap of the Open Championship. Our thoughts on the amazing run by Jordan Spieth to take the Claret Jug (9:00). After that Clayton Kershaw is out with a back injury. What does that mean for the Dodgers going forward? (12:30).  One of the biggest topics lately has been the ousting of Hugh Freeze at Ole Miss. Our thoughts on that situation plus potential replacements (16:30). Then we head back to Tales of the Cocktail to continue our coverage. We'll talk with Graciela Gonzalez of Luxco about the Make it Exotico Cocktail Competition and Exotico Tequila (26:30). We also wrap up the show with a visit from the winner Megan Deschaine (57:30). And we continue our NFL division previews this time discussion the AFC East. Get our predictions for each team and more!  As always thanks for listening! 

On the Mark Golf Podcast
Nick Price Reminisces on his OPEN Championship Win and Links Golf

On the Mark Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2016 30:31


World Golf Hall of Famer, Nick Price, takes you on an inspiring trip down The Open Championship Memory Lane as he talks about winning The Claret Jug, playing with and against Seve Ballesteros and other Open Champions.  Nick also shares insights on what you can watch for at The Open at Troon, talks about the golf course, and gives tips for your game.

The 18STRONG Podcast
83: The Green Jacket Edition with Zach Johnson

The 18STRONG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2016 35:36


[smart_track_player url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/18strong/83_83__The_Green_Jacket_Edition_with_Zach_Johnson.mp3" title="Listen to this episode HERE!" artist="83: Green Jacket Edition: Zach Johnson" social="true" social_twitter="true" social_facebook="true" social_gplus="true" social_linkedin="true" social_stumble="true" social_pinterest="true" ] Zach Johnson has a Green Jacket.  Zach Johnson has the Claret Jug. And this week, he gets to introduce the two! In 2007 Zach Johnson shocked the golf world with his masterful short game to win the coveted Green Jacket.  In this special Masters episode, Zach walks us through some of the stories from not only his winning weekend at Augusta National, but also from the very first time he played in the Masters, which did not quite go as well! We also have the opportunity to chat about quite a few other things like Sea Island, Georgia, the St. Louis Cardinals, and of course his amazing win at the Open Championship at St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf! The post 83: The Green Jacket Edition with Zach Johnson appeared first on 18STRONG.

Two Priests in a Pod
Failure (and Victory)

Two Priests in a Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2016 27:08


At the 1999 British Open, French journeyman golfer Jean Van de Velde needed a double bogey 6 on the 18th hole to walk away with the Claret Jug. After a collapse of epic proportions, he carded a 7 and lost the ensuing playoff. Van de Velde's own reflections on his failure are a morality tale for Christians seeking to understand their own failure, success, and God's faithfulness.

IN The Grill Room with Bob & Jay
Zach Johnson wins The Open

IN The Grill Room with Bob & Jay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2015 28:29


Zach Johnson flew under the radar all week at St. Andrews but in the end he was the one left holding The Claret Jug as the 2015 Open Champion after a 3 man playoff. Jordan Spieth's dream of winning The Grand Slam ended when he didn't make the playoff. Bob & Alex discuss and analyze The Open in detail. The Feature Interview is with Roger McStravick, St. Andrews author and historian.

The 19th Hole Golf Show
Can Jordan Spieth win the British Open?

The 19th Hole Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2015 24:15


On the eve of the 144th British Open, a storm is forming that could do in Jordan Spieth's chances at winning the Claret Jug and get a step closer to the single-season Grand Slam. So who will win at the Home of Golf? We look at Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Adam Scott, as well some dark-horse players.

European Tour Race to Dubai Golf Podcast
European Tour Race to Dubai Show, Ep 29: Rory McIlroy Is The 2014 Open Champion

European Tour Race to Dubai Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2014 22:25


Rory McIlroy won his first Claret Jug with a wire to wire victory edging out Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler by two shots on a thrilling final day at Royal Liverpool Golf Course. Robert Lee is joined by European Tour winners Gordon Brand Jnr and Paul Eales to look back at an historic 143rd Open Championship. We hear from the new Open Champion and both runners up, as well as from World number one Adam Scott, 2013 Champion Phil Mickelson and former Hoylake hero Tiger Woods.

William Hill Golf
Weekly Golf Podcast: Wednesday 24 July

William Hill Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2013 35:31


Phil Mickelson is your 142nd Open Champion. The popular left-hander produced some exquisite golf down the stretch, making four birdies in the last six holes of the Championship to seal the Claret Jug in style. He now has five Major Championship victories and will be looking forward to the season's final Major Championship at Oak Hill in a couple of weeks time. On this edition of the golf podcast, Dave Kelner and Mike Grenham reflect on the Open before getting stuck into the Russian Open, the Canadian Open and the Senior Open Championship. #golf #sport #betting #golfpodcast #gambling