Germany's Yannik Paul joins the pod fresh off his maiden DP World Tour win at the Mallorca Open, where he drained a long birdie putt on the 72nd hole to secure a one-shot victory. The 28-year-old broke down his wild final round and told us about his future goals, which include making the 2023 European Ryder Cup team. Plus, the boys have a New York Yankees funeral, Alex recaps a tough Golf Digest Match Play Championship loss, and we make our Week 8 NFL picks and preview the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.As always, check GolfDigest.com for our full array of gambling content, including picks from our anonymous caddie, Pat Mayo of DraftKings/Mayo Media Network; Rick Gehman of RickRunGood.com; Brandon Gdula of numberFire/FanDuel; and Lee Alldrick of FanShareSports.
(0:37) - Calloway/golf club talk(8:01) - Sergio Garcia's ineligibility in the European Ryder Cup team.(12:35) John Rahm being hit the hardest in Garcia situation(18:08) World Ranking System in LIV Golf(29:30) Tom Kim's potential following his Shriners Open win(42:19) Closing
When the going got tough, TEAM USA got going! A dominant performance on Sunday sealed a dramatic win for the Americans in the Presidents Cup, so writer Shane Ryan and former on the program with us to break it all down. Overseas, The Cazoo Open De France had a thrilling finish of its own! Guido Migliozzi recorded a bogey-free weekend in a sensational comeback for his third DP World Tour win. The 25-year old Italian joins the show to discuss his ascendant career, and what he's doing to catch the eye of European Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald before the biennial competition takes place in his native Italy in 2023. John Wood: 17:22 Shane Ryan:32:01 Ron Sirak: 45:20 Guido Migliozzi: 53:43
In this week's Golf Central Podcast presented by Callaway Golf, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner predict the biggest breakout players of the 2022-23 PGA Tour season and discuss the state of the European Ryder Cup team.
Scottie Scheffler was definitely in the drivers' seat through most of the TOUR Championship but Rory kept pushing right through to the 72nd hole. Congratulations Rory. Bob & Jay discuss the TOUR Championship, the newest LIV players and the latest European Ryder Cup news.
Riggs is back after a whirlwind weekend and about to tee off in the Wyndham Championship pro-am. How will LIV's lawsuit vs the PGA Tour pan out? How wild would a public trial be? Bryson used an analogy identical to one from a recent episode. Stoolie Luke Donald is announced as European Ryder Cup captain. How do sharks have sex and would a great white defeat a polar bear in 6 feet of water?
Bri makes his picks in Pac 12 CFB (Utes, Trojans and Ducks fight it out) then the guys discuss: Will the NFL appeal Watson's 6 game suspension?; Brewers trade elite closer Josh Hader to the Padres (for another closer and stuff) and Congrats to European Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald.
LIV Golf New Jersey was an amazing event. 54 Live Podcast was on the grounds when Henrik Stenson won his first event in 5 years. He put on a great display of golf and mental fortitude after having to deal with all the backlash from the media for signing with LIV and losing the European Ryder Cup captaincy. Great job Iceman! Digsies got a first hand look at Bedminster, President Trump, a moment he'll never forget, LIV Golf, Greg Norman, Bryson, Reed, DJ, and Stenson. We cover it all in Episode 3!
Luke Donald is the new captain of the European Ryder Cup team! The 5-time participant as a player will lead the team into Rome a little more than a year from now, so he joined Damon Hack and Eamon Lynch today to share his vision for the team. Rex Hoggard and the BBC's Iain Carter join the program to react to the news as well. Rex also helps break down several key changes to the PGA TOUR schedule next season. Paige Mackenzie stops by too and breaks down a come-from-behind victory in the Women's Scottish Open for Akaya Furue. Luke Donald: 13:57 Iain Carter: 42:46
In this Golf Central Podcast presented by Callaway Golf, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the state of the European Ryder Cup team, break down the new PGA Tour schedule and put Tony Finau's consecutive wins into context.
It's a summer hours Friday episode, which begins with some LIV rumors of varying degrees of amusement, from gambling shortcomings to developments in Thursday's pro-am at Trump Bedminster to some agronomy specs for events. News of Luke Donald replacing Henrik Stenson as European Ryder Cup captain is discussed, which leads to a Precision Pro Flashback Friday on the time Paul Casey drew him into an international incident slamming Americans for being insular. There's continued incredulity about Davis Love III's role in Detroit.
England reach the Semi-finals of the Women's Euros after a thrilling comeback victory against Spain, Lionesses boss Sarina Wiegman praises the home fans for their ‘incredible' support, Henrik Stenson is ditched as the European Ryder Cup captain after joining the rebel LIV Tour and Trevor Sinclair backs Raheem Sterling to become the Chelsea skipper. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cameron Smith is the winner of the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews. Nick Leach and Sam Palmer recap an eventful Open that had one of the best major performances of all time. Rory McIlroy suffers what many will call the toughest loss of his career while Tiger Woods fails to make it to the weekend. Is it time for The Open to move on from St. Andrews? Nick quickly squashes the talks of that. LIV Golf was right back in the spotlight this week as it was announced that longtime NBC Golf analyst David Feherty would be joining the new series. There are talks of the current European Ryder Cup captain Henrik Stenson joining the series as well. Nick and Sam speculate on some drastic changes that the PGA Tour has to make in order to keep its players. The 3M Open takes place this week and the guys drop their picks for who they believe will bring the title home in Minnesota. The show wraps up with the Birdie and Bogey of the Week segment.
A former national security official in the Trump White House, Matthew Pottinger, and a former press aide, Sarah Matthews, will be the key witnesses at a prime-time hearing of the Jan. 6 committee. Meanwhile, Attorney General Merrick Garland defended the Justice Department's investigation into the events of the day. President Joe Biden is proposing to spend roughly $37 billion for fighting and preventing crime. The Democratic president's new proposal includes $13 billion to help communities hire and train 100,000 police officers over five years. Biden will outline his anti-crime program on Thursday during a visit to Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Democrats are pushing legislation through the House that would inscribe the right to use contraceptives into law. That vote is planned for Thursday. Two men have been indicted in the case of a tractor-trailer rig found with 53 dead or dying migrants inside in San Antonio. A statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office in San Antonio says 46-year-old Homero Zamorano Jr. and 28-year-old Christian Martinez, both of Pasadena, Texas, were indicted Wednesday. The trial of R. Kelly's manager has opened on charges that he forced the cancellation of a screening of a documentary about the singer's sexual abuse of women and girls by calling in a threat to the crowded Manhattan theater. Prosecutor Lara Pomerantz told federal court jurors Tuesday that Donnell Russell claimed in his December 2018 phone call that someone with a gun was planning to fire on the crowd. The pop culture extravaganza that is Comic-Con International is back to its old extravagance. Stars, cosplayers and fans are filling the San Diego Convention Center in full force after the pandemic forced it to go virtual for two years. A bipartisan group of senators has reached agreement on proposed changes to the Electoral Count Act. That's the post-Civil War-era law for certifying presidential elections. The law came under intense scrutiny after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election. The changes proposed Wednesday are twofold: One would update the law to clarify the way states submit electors and the vice president tallies the votes in Congress. The other would bolster security for state and local election officials who have endured harassment. In sports, the All-Star break drew to a close, James Harden accepted a new contract, the Sky clinched a WNBA playoff berth, a big change on the European Ryder Cup team and NFL players got down to business. Correspondent Tom Mariam reports. President Joe Biden has announced modest new steps to combat climate change and promised more robust action to come, saying, “This is an emergency and I will look at it that way.” The president stopped short Wednesday of issuing a formal declaration of a climate emergency. Democrats and environmental groups have been seeking such a declaration after an influential Democratic senator quashed hopes for sweeping legislation to address global warming. During a speech at a former coal-powered plan in Massachusetts, Biden said he would use his executive powers to turn concern about a climate emergency into “formal, official government actions.” A ban on certain semi-automatic weapons is moving forward in the House. Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee began considering legislation to ban some assault-type weapons on Wednesday. Uvalde's top school official has recommended the firing of the school district police chief who was central to the botched law enforcement response to the elementary school shooting nearly two months ago that killed two teachers and 19 students. Leaders of Indiana's Republican-dominated Senate have proposed banning abortion with limited exceptions — a move that comes amid a political firestorm over a 10-year-old rape victim who came to the state from neighboring Ohio to end her pregnancy. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced a new push to protect same-sex marriage in federal law. Schumer leaned into the bill Wednesday after a surprising number of House Republicans helped pass the landmark legislation in their chamber on Tuesday. Some GOP senators are signaling support. An Indiana man who ran into a burning home and saved five people, including a 6-year-old girl he jumped out of a second-floor window with, says he's no hero and the serious injuries he suffered in the dramatic rescue were “all worth it.” Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes slowed for the fifth consecutive month in June as higher mortgage rates and rising prices kept many home hunters on the sidelines. The National Association of Realtors said Wednesday that existing home sales fell 5.4% last month from May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.12 million. Individual health insurance rates are going up across the country. The coronavirus pandemic caused lots of people to put off routine health care. But now many people are returning to doctor's offices. Health insurers in individual marketplaces across 13 states and Washington D.C. will raise rates an average of 10% next year. High diesel prices are driving up the cost of everything, from groceries to Amazon orders and furniture. That's because nearly everything that's delivered, whether by truck, rail or ship, uses diesel fuel. Disbarred South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting his wife and son. His defense lawyers agreed on Wednesday to ask the judge to deny him bond, saying he can't afford to post it anyway. The European Union's head is proposed that member states cut their gas use by 15% over the coming months to make sure that any Russian cutoff of natural gas supplies to the bloc will not fundamentally disrupt industries and send an additional chill through homes next winter. Britain's Conservative Party has chosen Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss as the two finalists in an election to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The pair came first and second in a vote of Conservative lawmakers on Wednesday. A Sesame Street-themed amusement park has apologized after a viral video appearing to show a costumed character waving off two 6-year-old Black girls at a parade outside Philadelphia. Sesame Place has issued two apologies since, saying the performer did not intentionally ignore the girls and promising to take action to do better. Micronesia has likely become the final nation in the world with a population of more than 100,000 to experience an outbreak of COVID-19. For more than two-and-a-half years, the Pacific archipelago managed to avoid any outbreaks thanks to its geographic isolation and border controls. —The Associated PressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Golf punter Wade Pretorius previews two tournaments this week, the controversial LIV Golf event in London and a solid field at the RBC Canadian Open. In Canada, Rory McIlroy can rewrite the history books with a victory at the 2022 RBC Canadian Open, which gets underway on Thursday, June 9. McIlroy is the defending champion of this event and he'll become just the seventh player to successfully defend his title with a win at St. George's Golf and Country Club. McIlroy is part of a loaded RBC Canadian Open 2022 field, which also includes fellow major champions like Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Shane Lowry and Patrick Reed. In London, Dustin Johnson quickly became the face of this venture, with rumors of a huge payday taking him to the Saudi Arabia-funded tour. He's the betting favorite this week, followed by Louis Oosthuizen, Talor Gooch, Sergio Garcia and Kevin Na. Overall, 16 of the Official World Golf Ranking's top 100 are in the field. Hudson Swafford is the only player who has won this season on the PGA TOUR at the American Express in January. Most of the other familiar names will come in the form of former European Ryder Cup players. Garcia headlines the group, and he's joined by Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Bernd Wiesberger. Johnson and Garcia are two of four Masters champions in the field, along with Charles Schwartzel and the newly included Phil Mickelson. Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer and former US Open winner Graeme McDowell are among the veterans in the field.
1:17 - Saudi Arabia made interesting headway in four different foreign policy areas this week. Significant developments in Saudi Arabia's relationships with and interests in Iran, Lebanon, Turkey and Yemen. The 966 kicks off by talking about each of these for Richard's one big thing this week. 9:19 - The U.S. Navy's new multinational task force will deploy to the waters around Yemen and in the Red Sea to help protect Saudi Arabia and ensure the security of trading routes in the critical waterways. Lucien's one big thing this week is the significance of the new task force and timing of the announcement. that on Wednesday, the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Brad Cooper said that the task force would ensure a force presence and deterrent posture in the Red Sea, Bab al-Mandab and Gulf of Aden, according to reports. The waters around Yemen are a key passageway for oil and global trade, and vessels have in the past been targeted by the Houthis and other nefarious forces.The new task force is the fourth under the CMF command, joining three others - CTF 150 (Maritime Security Operations outside the Arabian Gulf), CTF 151 (Counter-Piracy), and CTF 152 (Maritime Security Operations inside the Arabian Gulf).The task force would ensure a force presence and deterrent posture of the coast of Yemen and Saudi Arabia.When asked about the air raids from Yemen on U.S. partners Saudi Arabia and the UAE, Cooper said the task force would impact the Houthi's ability to obtain the weaponry needed for such attacks, saying, "we'll be able to do it more vibrantly and more directly than we do today,” Cooper added.16:24 - The 966 talks with Afshin Molavi, author, thought leader, and emerging markets expert. Afshin is Senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and founder and editor of the Emerging World newsletter (eworld.substack.com). The hosts talk with Afshin about his recent piece, 'Putin's Bomb and the Global Shrapnel' which examines the international ramifications of the Russian war into Ukraine, including the impact on Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region. The piece talks about the various ways in which - Beyond the immediate human impact of the death and destruction in Ukraine..."there is the feel of tectonic plates crunching, of certainties crumbling, of history spinning a new web that will entangle us all."1:17:00 - Yallah! Six top storylines in Saudi Arabia this week to get you up to date before the weekend. •On Saturday the Hajj Ministry announced that it "has authorized one million pilgrims, both foreign and domestic, to perform the hajj this year." According to The National pilgrims traveling from overseas are expected to constitute 85% of the total number. In 2020 and 2021 Saudi authorities significantly reduced the number of pilgrims allowed in order to combat the spread of Coronavirus. In 2020, only 1,000 pilgrims were permitted to participate. In 2021 the number was 60,000.•Citigroup is back in Saudi Arabia, per the WSJ. The third-biggest U.S. bank has again found favor in the kingdom as one of the foreign lenders helping the Kingdom modernize its economy. “They paid their dues,” said a senior Saudi official. “They were in the penalty box long enough. They're back in the game.”•According to a report in The Telegraph, two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson, along with European Ryder Cup stars Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter as well as five-time tour winner Kevin Na are among those expected to join the $225 million rival. The final details are still being confirmed, according to LIV Golf, per the report, but the plan is to announce some of the players who are planning to join in the weeks ahead.•An average of 54% of survey respondents from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said they believe cryptocurrency should be used as currency. Still, a significant proportion of the respective countries' respondents believe certain obstacles are stopping cryptocurrencies from going mainstream, according to a report in bitcoin.com.•According to a report in Bloomberg, Uber's woes continue in Saudi Arabia. Wait times for cars have soared since the government enforced a rule last year that all drivers must be Saudis. While that's part of a broad push to create jobs for citizens, it ruled out the millions of foreign migrants in the country.•Saudi Arabia's Industrial Production Index, also known as IPI, grew by 22.3 percent in February compared to the same month of 2021. This was the highest year-on-year growth rate during the last three years, the General Authority for Statistics added, according to Arab News. IPI's positive growth for the tenth month in a row is attributed to higher production in the three sub-sectors; mining and quarrying, manufacturing and electricity and gas supply.
Golf in Turkey... Ben goes on a golf trip with his mates... There's a team competition and an individual competition... How does he get on?We talk about Tim getting his wish for bad weather on the PGA Tour, the new European Ryder Cup captain and the state of our golf gamesENJOY!Thanks for tuning in! If you enjoy the show please leave us a rating and review. Or even take a screenshot and share on the socials!................................................................................................This show is brought to you by:Sunday Red Golf - The golf club for all the hackers, the toppers and the purists out there! If you love your golf, enjoy a post-round drink and just enjoy being out on the course with your mates having a laugh, then you'll fit right in. Join the club for free, just click here.TourChamp - Ever thought of creating your own golf leagues? Your own "Race To Dubai" or “FedEx Cup” style competitions with your mates? Well, now you can! Choose from Stableford leagues or matchplay leagues and over the course of a season, let's see who will be crowned TourChamp! Click here to start your league now for FREE
In this episode, Matt Hall sits down to talk with Registered World Leading Psychologist Jamil Qureshi. Jamil has helped six people get to number one in the world. In 2006, he was appointed as the first-ever official psychologist to work with the European Ryder Cup team. They made history in winning by a record-equalling margin. Jamil has worked with 22 golfers inside the top 50 in the world, including two world number 1's. Ranked among the most influential figures in British sport in 2009, Jamil was voted in the top 100 most powerful men in golf 2008 by his international peers. He has worked successfully with three English Premiership football clubs, one of which reaching a record position from its halfway point in the season. He has worked with footballers from Manchester United FC, Manchester City FC, Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC In todays episode, Matt and Jamil discuss all things high performance habits and mindset and how you can implement this yourself to help you live a most successful and more deeply fulfilling life. / / / And don't forget to become a Rich In Success Member and receive over 40 training videos, a live monthly coaching call with Matt and exclusive bonus content and interviews, click here now: https://richinsuccess.thinkific.com/courses/rich-in-success Please subscribe, download, rate and review our Podcast: iTunes - http://bit.ly/richinsuccess You can follow Rich In Success at: https://www.facebook.com/richinsuccess https://twitter.com/richinsuccess https://www.instagram.com/richinsuccess/ You can follow Matt Hall at: https://www.instagram.com/matthallofficial/ https://twitter.com/MatthewLHall You can follow todays guest here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamil-qureshi-494661a/?originalSubdomain=uk Rich In Success is a podcast hosted by lead action taking mindset, business and personal development coach Matt Hall. Matt is also a successful entrepreneur and World Record Holder. This show bring motivation, inspiration and education on how to live a happier, more fulfilled and more successful life. Are you ready to learn, grow and take your quality of life to the next level? Tune in each week as the journey of growth continues.
On this week's episode, Dr. Z goes in depth with Robert Karlsson about the Ryder Cup and some of Europe's most up and coming stars! We talk grasses, the Senior Tour, and how it compares to the European Tour. We have a new addition this week with some trivia questions as well. Robert even gets stumped! We finish with a lesson in Swedish idioms and, of course, our usual Shout-Outs. Enjoy this wonderful edition of Pickin'N'Puttin'-Z
On this episode, Ryan is joined by two-time major winner, four-time European Ryder Cup captain and seven-time Ryder Cup player Tony Jacklin. We talk about Jacklin's transformative Ryder Cup experience and a new book about it, authored with Tony Jimenez, called "Tony Jacklin: My Ryder Cup Journey." Ryan also has an exciting special announcement to share.
Hear how Jack and Stu got on in their sporting week's i the latest podcast. The SJ boys also take a look at all things football and what went wrong for Anthony Joshua and the European Ryder Cup team? Colleagues 'Cycling Silliness' complete their mammoth 365 challenge this week and who is the eldest player you have ever played with? Find out if you are this week and month's winner of the Fantasy Football sponsored by The Void, Studio One.
The Stinger, golf's #1 podcast, gives you the ULTIMATE Ryder Cup recap of America's crushing 19-9 victory over Team Europe. Mark and Chuck analyze the reasons for America's dominance in the competition and break down the performances of all of the competitors, including Dustin Johnson, Collin Morikawa, Bryson DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm. We also discuss the future of both the American and European Ryder Cup teams going into the rest of this decade. We wrap up with previews of the Sanderson Farms Championship and LPGA Shop Rite Open.
In this episode of the Hank Haney Podcast, Hank explains why the United States Ryder Cup team crushed the European Ryder Cup team and also gives compliments to Steve Stricker for the way he captained the team! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Paige is joined by golf analyst Amanda Rose and former pro golfer, member of the 1999 European Ryder Cup team, and Sky Sports commentator Andrew Coltart to dissect USA's landslide victory at the Ryder Cup and the future faces of US and European golf. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this week's show, Liberty Bill and Doc Z delve into the mystery of the song Olé, Olé, Olé and the origins of the Ryder Cup in 1927. Shout outs to Steve and the other golfing greats. We cover the ever changing face of college football and our projections for the coming games... and of course, as always, the quote of the week! Plus, a tease with future guests, the return of Robert Karlsson, Vice Captain of the European Ryder Cup squad, who will give us his follow up! Also, a new segment where we interview a great coach and PGA professional, Noah Vinyard. Tune In and Turn On!- Z
In this episode of the Hank Haney Podcast, Hank compares the United States Ryder Cup team versus the European Ryder Cup team! Hank shares why the European team is more rah, rah, Ryder Cup than the United States and lastly, he gives his list of players who are totally into the Ryder Cup and players who don't lose any sleep over it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
There is no golfing event quite as significant and unique as the Ryder Cup. From the unusual team selection to Aon's awarding of the inaugural Nicklaus-Jacklin Award, this event is highly anticipated and thoroughly enjoyed around the world. In this special edition of “On Aon,” Aon's CEO of EMEA, Eduardo Dávila, welcomes two special guests: Aon Ambassador, former PGA TOUR and U.S. Ryder Cup Team caddie and NBC Sports Commentator Jim “Bones” Mackay, as well as Irish professional golfer and Ryder Cup former Team member and Past Captain Paul McGinley. They talk about sportsmanship, partnership, making better decisions and the Ryder Cup—happening this week at Whistling Straits. Paul and Bones detail their experiences with the Ryder Cup. [:55]The significance of the Nicklaus-Jacklin Award presented by Aon. [3:05]Key differences between the Ryder Cup and other major golfing events. [7:03]Insights into the player-caddie relationship in this unique competition. [8:43]The impact that data and analytics have on team selections and other considerations. [10:51]“Always remember to make the big thing the big thing.” [14:30]Mealtimes, bedtimes and other cultural differences between U.S. and European teams. [15:12]Ryder Cup predictions from the world's most renowned caddie. [17:23]Factors that might give the European team the advantage at this year's Ryder Cup. [19:43]About the Nicklaus-Jacklin Award:The Nicklaus-Jacklin Award presented by Aon commemorates the famous Nicklaus-Jacklin Ryder Cup ‘concession' in 1969. The award recognizes a player from both the U.S. and European Ryder Cup teams who best embodies the spirit of the Ryder Cup and better decision-making. Recipients of the inaugural award will be selected by a committee consisting of Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, other past European and U.S. Ryder Cup Captains, representatives from Sky and NBC Sports and Carlo Clavarino, Executive Chairman, International, Aon. Learn more.Additional Resources:History of the Sept. 20, 1969 concession.More information on: Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, Bones Mackay and Paul McGinleyAnd meet Eduardo Dávila, CEO of EMEA at Aon.Aon also sponsors the Aon Risk Reward Challenge, a season-long competition across the PGA and LPGA Tours that highlights golf's best strategic decision makers. Learn more about Aon's golf partnerships.Aon's websiteTweetables:“I've got nothing but really good experiences and memories of my Ryder Cup career.” — Paul McGinley“My one goal was to caddie in a Ryder Cup.” — Bones Mackay“It's easy to go down rabbit holes and look for marginal gains…but we mustn't lose sight of what the big factors are.” — Paul McGinley“At Aon we try to caddie for our clients. We are trying to advise them and be the trusted advisor that they will follow.” — Eduardo Dávila
In this episode of the Hank Haney Podcast, Minnesota Tim Parochka opens up with his big beef against the Great Predictor, Steve Johnson and then the guys dive into Brooks Koepka's potential lack of interest in playing the Ryder Cup! Minnesota Tim and Steve look into why the European Ryder Cup team is so into the Ryder Cup and why the American team isn't. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today Eddie & Steve, wrap-up European PGA BMW Championship, discuss the European Ryder Cup team, preview The first event of the 21-22 season on the PGA Tour The Fortinet Championship in Napa, Ca. Also we surprise at the end of this pod!
It's been a big week for our podcast with our latest episode landing us in hot water with the PGA of Australia, while also garnering plenty of support of players and spectators. Plus we take a look at the European Ryder Cup team and the BMW PGA Championship, won by Billy Horschel.
This week is all about the Ryder Cup! Watch Adam from Stick & Hack and Keith (ESPN Radio) react to the European Ryder Cup picks, Billy Horschel's response to an RC pick snub, and the wait between the TOUR Championship and the Cup. Follow us: On Twitter: http://bit.ly/3aiKJCY On Facebook: http://bit.ly/3akt1ip On Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Ie9DYk Check out the community of Sticks & Hacks celebrating and connecting the great game of golf. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom and Elliott look back on a thrilling BMW PGA Championship where Billy Horschel sealed the title and the European Ryder Cup team was finalised. We analyse Harrington's picks, have our say on his choices and predict some potential partnerships. Enjoy!
The BMW PGA Championship is in the books and that means both the US and European Ryder Cup teams are complete! Matt Adams broadcasts live from Tralee in Ireland and recaps it all, breaking down both teams as you'll hear from Padraig Harrington and his captain's picks Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Shane Lowry.
This Sunday episode was recorded during halftime of the Bears-Rams game and begins with some questions about Andy Dalton, specifically, “why?” There's also a critique about the theme song for Sunday Night Football and a few comments about the Browns' loss. Then Brendan and Andy get to the Intercontinental Baton Boy, who left the comforts of the moat, went across the Atlantic, and won the European Tour's “flagship” event. They discuss whether he *actually* deserved a call from Steve Stricker and whether he should be mad about that. Regardless, it was motivation for some sterling play and baton work in front of the English fans, who he certainly tried to play to. Then they discuss the messy European Ryder Cup process, with the constant fluctuations, the Westy-Lowry drama, and the Rose “snub.” There's also the matter of another interested party tweeting and liking tweets suggesting a displeased camp. David Toms is also given a quick shoutout for his win on the Champs Tour.
This week, we use the golf break to discuss the start of the NFL. season and the F1 race before diving in to the official European Ryder Cup team. As an appetizer to our Ryder Cup preview podcast next week we wonder if this year's Euro team can compete with the US and whether Patrick Reed will ever be a captain's pick on any team ever again.Then we talk about whether comments by Mel Reid that for juniors of a certain level, they should spend more time on the course playing versus practicing. Finally, we wrap up wondering if our belief that shooting a lower score will lead to a greater happiness. Or have we been going about it all wrong.
The Stinger, golf's #1 podcast, recaps Patrick Cantlay's exciting win over Jon Rahm in the season-ending Tour Championship. Mark and Chuck also discuss the European victory over the Americans in the Solheim Cup, including the incredible performance by Leona Maguire. We also critique the final captain's picks for the American Ryder Cup team and preview the European Ryder Cup team selections.
The Great Predictor and Minnesota Tim's housing situation (1:00 - 13:06). Captain Stricker snubs Patrick Reed (13:20 - 32:06). Does the European Ryder Cup team have any chance to compete? (32:25 - 45:19) Follow Hank on Twitter @HankHaney, Minnesota Tim @TimParochka and Steve Johnson @GreatPredictor1. Check out HaneyUniversity.com for free daily golf tips and voodoopainrelief.com for a free two week supply of VooDoo Pain Relief Cream. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ahead of this week's BMW PGA Championship, Luke Donald joins the pod to discus the event, his ascension to becoming the top ranked player in the world, his style of game and his keys to achieving success on tour, plus a preview of his upcoming role as an assistant captain on the European Ryder Cup team.
Skylar Hoke and Tom Jacobs preview the course and run through the odds while making their 2021 Italian Open Picks and Bets. The guys also discuss who they think should be the final selections on the European Ryder Cup team. Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Get 20% off https://www.fantasynational.com/mayo with code “MAYO” Majors & Ryder Cup Preview: https://youtu.be/-GC_naiYXlk Show Index Intro - 0:00 Course - 5:18 Top of the Board - 9:09 Mid Range - 20:44 Long Shots - 35:00 Recap - 41:09 Ryder Cup - 41:42
This week on The Sandbaggers, the guys revel in nailing Tony Finau at 66-1 to land their 5th correct Winner in 5 of the past 7 events. They discuss some of the top finishers at The Northern Trust, who's in and who's out of the Top 70 Playoff hunt, and take a shot at filling out the American and European Ryder Cup teams. Then, all attention turns to The BMW Championship. The guys will get you ready with a preview of Cave's Valley, their Bets Bets, DFS picks and Winners Picks and who will advance to next week's Tour Championship at East Lake. Let's Gooooooo!!!!!
He's the major winner whose 4-iron for the ages brought him a Claret Jug, a key part of the European Ryder Cup team that pulled off the Miracle of Medinah, and a veteran of more than 600 tour appearances. What you may not know is that Paul Lawrie is also a golf club owner. His Paul Lawrie Golf Centre, in Aberdeen, boasts a 27-bay driving range and a 9-hole course that's recently held the Scottish Junior Par 3 Championship. Heavily involved in the grassroots game through his Foundation, and his work with Scottish Golf, where he is a strong advocate of OpenPlay and a mentor to the nation's elite men, Lawrie is well placed to look at the state of the game and what needs to be done to move it forward. Buckle up...
Jamil Qureshi is a Performance Psychologist with some of the biggest names across the world of sport. He is an accomplished Keynote SPeaker in the business world and one of the few Psychologists who has studied astronauts on the NASA space programme. Jamil believes that the price of success is always paid in full and in advance and has learnt this from being the Psychologist with the European Ryder Cup winning team in 2006 alongside working with 6 golfers who became the No. 1 player in the world. His talents brought him to the attention of 3 Premier League clubs as well as working with International cricketers and his mantra that attitude is more important than intelligence or facts allows him to improve performers who are already at the top of their profession. Jamil has delivered Keynote Speeches in over 20 countries around understands that the issues companies face are unimportant, but the ability to form teams that can deal with those issues, no matter what they are, is essential! Follow us on Apple podcasts and Spotify to ensure you don't miss an episode of 'The Psychology of Success'!
There was one incredible story this weekend, and no we aren't talking about DJ or Scottie's records! Sophia Popov won the Women's British Open and her journey here is quite simply incredible!We also talk about our 4 club challenge and what we learned and most importantly find out who won between Chris & Ben.4 Club Challenge Review - (0:30)Who won... Chris or Ben? (7:25)Sophia Popov - A GREAT golf story! (34:10)Is there a changing of the guard happening? Younger golfers coming through, are they taking over? (45:32)If the Ryder Cup was happening now... who would we be picking for our European team? (52:17)We hope you enjoyed the show! If you did it would be awesome if you would leave us a rating and review!This show is brought to you by:Sunday Red Golf - The golf club for all the hackers, the toppers and the purists out there! If you love your golf, enjoy a post-round drink and just enjoying being out on the course with your mates having a laugh, then you'll fit right in. Join the club for free, just click here.TourChamp - Ever thought of creating your own golf leagues? Your own "Race To Dubai" or “FedEx Cup” style competitions with your mates? Well, now you can! Choose from Stableford leagues or matchplay leagues and over the course of a season, let's see who will be crowned TourChamp! Click here to start your league now for FREE!
In this episode, Stephen Gallacher, 2014 Ryder Cup champion and European Golf Tour veteran, shares what he has learned about himself through his experiences playing professional golf for more than 20 years at the most elite level in the world. Stephen opens up and discusses not only his successes, but how he was also able to work his way through some challenging moments in his career that ultimately led to him being in the winner's circle again. Stephen speaks about defining moments in his career such as winning his first pro tournament in 2004 ( the Alfred Dunhill Cup), being a part of the European team that won the Ryder Cup in 2014, and his most recent victory, the 2019 Hero Challenge in India. We finish off this episode speaking about the legacy that Stephen hopes to leave on the game and the mission of the Stephen Gallacher Foundation which has given back so much to the game of golf in Scotland. Stephen's BioStephen James Gallacher is a Scottish professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. He was born in Dechmont, West Lothian and is the nephew of former European Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher. He played in a victorious Walker Cup side in 1995 and turned professional later that year.He first played on the European Tour in 1996, but struggled to begin with. In 2000, however, he reached the top hundred on the Order of Merit for the first time, placing 56th. In 2004 he recorded his first win on the tour at the Dunhill Links Championship and finished the year ranked 15th on the Order of Merit.In February 2013, he ended a 201-tournament wait for his second victory on the European Tour, when he won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic by three strokes. He held the lead going into the final round after he shot his best career round of 62 on the European Tour in the third round. The win moved him back into the world's top 100.The following year, he defended his title with a one stroke victory at the 2014 Omega Dubai Desert Classic for his third European Tour victory. He is the first golfer to ever successfully defend the title. Five years after his title defense in Dubai, he won again on the European Tour by claiming the 2019 Hero Indian Open, India's premier event, with a birdie on the 18th, despite a quadruple-bogey on the 7th. His son Jack caddied for him during his win in India. Gallacher was picked as one of the three captain's picks by Paul McGinley for the 2014 Ryder Cup.Connect With Stephen:Website: https://www.sgfoundation.co.uk/Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevieggolfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevieggolf/?hl=enSpecial thanks to Bronx based band Conversing with Oceans and Alex Bondarev for creating the podcast music.https://www.conversingwithoceans.com/Opening saxophone piece by Peter Diglin
Jamil Qureshi (@Jamil_Qureshi) is one of the foremost practitioners of performance psychology and an expert in high performance. As the co-founder of several change agencies - We Do Things Differently, Loudhouse and JQED - Jamil has worked with a rich diversity of the most talented business and sportspeople and teams in the world. In 2006, he was appointed as the first-ever official psychologist to work with the European Ryder Cup team. They made history in winning by a record-equalling margin. In addition, Jamil has worked with 22 golfers inside the top 50 in the world, including two world number 1's. His clients have included Darren Clarke, Lee Westwood, Henrik Stenson, Paul McGinley, Graeme McDowell, Paul Casey, Thomas Bjorn and Sergio Garcia. Ranked among the most influential figures in British sport in 2009, Jamil was voted in the top 100 most powerful men in golf 2008 by his international peers. And it doesn't stop there. Jamil has worked successfully with three English Premiership football clubs, one of which reaching a record position from its halfway point in the season. He has worked with footballers from Manchester United FC, Manchester City FC, Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC, Fomula 1 drivers David Coulthard and Eddie Irvine and the 2009 England Ashes-winning cricketers.