Hale Irwin, a 3-time U.S. Open winner and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, shares his memories of growing up as a baseball Cardinals fan in Kansas and Colorado and learning the game of golf on sand greens at the local muni. Hale was a star athlete in football and baseball but eventually gravitated towards golf after winning the 1967 NCAA Division I Individual Golf Championship. Listen in as he takes us through his thinking process about playing professionally and ultimately qualifying at the first spring Tour School in 1968. Hale Irwin recounts his early years, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Julia Turshen talks to Dorie Greenspan about Baking with Dorie, Dorie's 14th cookbook that also marks her 30th anniversary as a cookbook author. They discuss the origin of Dorie's newest book, the logistics of her work including her longtime recipe tester, her relationship to social media, how being a grandmother has impacted her work, and some of her favorite recipes from her new book.Follow-up links:Fore more about Dorie, head here.For Dorie's newsletter, head here.For more about Julia, head here.For more about King Arthur Baking, head here.For more about Barrett Bookstore, head here.
Searching a path to your financial future can be challenging, but how can you navigate the market and identify a niche that supports your financial goal? Listen in to find out as Matt Fore shares practical financial tips that will guide you to start investing in real estate and build a path that focuses on your passion and future goal.Key Takeaways To Listen ForBenefits of learning and educating yourself on how to invest in real estateStrategies to navigate different real estate nichesFocusing on your passion vs. following the money Tips to manage and evaluate REI while having a W2 job 3 ways for evaluating a deal2 things to develop before generating a deal flowResources Mentioned In This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive InvestorPersonal Capital About Matt ForeMatt Fore is a part-time real estate investor based out of Nashville, Tennessee. In his professional life he has spent over a decade in sales and sales leadership positions at one of the largest technology companies in the world. Matt has invested in 250+ units throughout the Southeast and in various real estate notes. When he's not working or investing in real estate, he enjoys reading, training for Ironman triathlons and convincing his brother that he is the favorite twin.Matt began his investing career when he was told that he wouldn't be paid a life-changing commission check he had earned while working at one of his former employers. When he asked why they decided not to pay him, his VP asked him “How much have you made this year? Isn't that enough?”It was at that moment he knew he needed to take his financial future into his own hands.Connect with MattWebsite: Ice Cream with InvestorsPodcast: Ice Cream with InvestorsLinkedIn: Matt ForeTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Mark O'Meara, World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee and winner of two major championships, shares his earliest memories of learning the game growing up in Mission Viejo, CA. He enjoyed success at a young age as an All-American at Long Beach State and winning the 1979 U.S. Amateur Championship at Canterbury GC over defending champ and childhood friend, John Cook. As a 23-year-old, Mark found himself at Augusta National, teeing it up with the defending champion, Fuzzy Zoeller, at the Masters and then with Hale Irwin (defending champ) and Seve Ballesteros (reigning Open and Masters champ) at the U.S. Open at Baltusrol. Turning pro later that year, Mark earned PGA Rookie of the Year in his first full season on Tour. Mark O'Meara recounts his early years, “FORE the Good of the Game.”
World Golf Hall of Fame member, Tony Jacklin and Bruce Devlin reflect on the challenges in their early days on the PGA Tour when foreign players were seen as a threat to the livelihoods of the average touring professional. They, and many others, were the pioneers who globalized golf, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Sportsdigita Episode 7 features Matt Stepnes, Tournament Director, Aly Challenge presented by McLaren & Tom Bowden, VP Business Development. They dive into what's ahead in 2022, and what perspectives to take with you into the new year! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeinthefrontoffice/message
Bill Rogers takes us through the final round of his victory in the 1981 Open Championship at Royal St. George's Golf Club. Starting the day with a five shot lead, he made it interesting on the par-5 seventh before righting the ship and becoming the Champion Golfer of the Year. Bill Rogers shares his life-changing moment, "FORE the Good of the Game."
The 2021-22 PGA Tour Schedule has kicked off, and the guys preview some of their favorite stops through the next calendar year- including the 4 majors. Theres discussion of the purses, prior winners, golf courses, and even some bold predictions heading into next season. A new game- guess that world ranking- puts players from all over the map into the picture with top 100 players no one has really ever heard of. Finishing the pod with a new Fairway or Fore and discussing last weeks edition when Vic joined the show.
Kura ya maoni iliyoendeshwa katika nchi 21 ikihusisha watoto na watu wazima zaidi ya 21,000 imeonesha kuwa watoto wanaamini dunia inakuwa bora zaidi huku watu wazima wakiwa na shaka na shuku. Taarifa zaidi na Anold Kayanda Matokeo ya utafiti huo ulioratibiwa na shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia watoto, UNICEF, yametolewa leo kuelekea siku ya mtoto duniani tarehe 20 mwezi huu wa Novemba ambapo watoto na vijana wanaamini kuwa maisha yao ya utoto yamekuwa bora kuliko ya wazazi wao sambamba na huduma za afya na elimu. Watoto na vijana pia wanajiona wao kuwa raia wa dunia na wanakumbatia ushirikiano wa kimataifa zaidi katika kukabili changamoto ikiwemo janga la Corona au COVID-19 na wana imani kubwa na wanasayansi katika kutatua changamoto za dunia. Ingawa hivyo watoto na vijana licha ya matumaini yao, hawajabweteka na kila uchao wanahaha kusaka majawabu ya changamoto zinazokumba dunia hivi sasa ikiwemo madhara ya tabianchi, msongo wa mawazo na uwepo wa taarifa zisizoaminika katika mitandao ya jamii. Akizungumzia matokeo ya utafiti huo, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa UNICEF Henrietta Fore amesema”kuna sababu lukuki za kuwepo kwa shaka na shuku katika dunia ya leo. Mabadiliko ya tabianchi, umaskini, ukosefu wa usawa, ongezeko la kutoaminiana na uzawa. Lakini kuna sababu pia za matumaini watoto na vijana wanakataa kuitazama dunia kupitia lensi ya macho ya watu wazima.” Bi. Fore amesema watoto na vijana wamesalia na matumaini na wana mtazamo wa kidunia na wako tayari kufanya dunia kuwa pahala bora. Vijana wa leo wana hofu ya siku za usoni lakini wanajiona kuwa sehemu ya majawabu. Kura ya maoni ilipatiwa jina la Mradi wa kubadilika kwa utoto, na ni ya kwanza kufanyika ikihusisha vizazi tofauti ikiwa ni kati ya umri wa miaka 15 hadi 24 na kuanzia miaka 40 na kuendelea. Wahusika walitoka maeneo ya Afrika, Ulaya, Asia, Amerika Kaskazini na ya Kati na wenye vipato tofauti tofauti. Nchi zilizoshiriki ni Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ufaransa, Ujerumani, Japan, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Hispania, Uingereza, Ukraine, Marekani na Zimbabwe.
Dave Stockton has amassed a golf playing and teaching career worthy of induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame. Hear Dave recount his experience in the majors including the Masters that got away in 1974 and the 1978 U.S. Open that could have been his. He relives his PGA Championship win at Southern Hills, recalling the advice from Don January that later helped him cope in his final-round pairing with Arnold Palmer in 1970 as well as his victory at Congressional in 1976. Dave tells the tale of that iconic 1991 Ryder Cup win with he and his two sons at the helm, looks back on his remarkable senior record and the impact he has had on so many as a teacher of the game. Dave Stockton finishes relating his story for us, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Welcome back to the Fore the Ladies podcast! I just returned from an amazing trip to Streamsong Resort, where we had 35 ladies for a weekend of awesome golf, good food and great times. I had such a blast seeing old friends and welcoming new ladies to the crew, and I can't wait for our next golf getaway. Make sure you're signed up for our newsletter to get the latest on our trips and events! For our next Ladies of Golf episode, we welcomed 2021 Symetra Tour grads and besties Casey Danielson and Fati Cano. They finished Nos. 2 and 3 on the Race for the Card Money List to earn their LPGA Tour cards for next season. I loved getting to hear about their friendship, their different journeys to professional golf and misconceptions about being on tour. Casey and Fati's energy is contagious, making this such a fun conversation, which is brought to you by the USGA and hope y'all enjoy it!
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, chats with Lexington, KY-based chef Samantha Fore about her culinary journey, having founded the thriving restaurant pop-up Tuk Tuk Sri Lankan Bites in 2016. The pair also discuss Samantha's unique and personal twists on deviled eggs and fried chicken, as well as which country music hero will always eat for free at Tuk Tuk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Deane Beman shares a humorous memory from the many team competitions that the former PGA Commissioner participated in. Paired with Jack Nicklaus in a foursomes match versus Mexico in the 1960 America's Cup, Deane found himself with a short wedge approach to the 5th hole...but not any old wedge shot. He mistakenly had Charlie Coe's wedge in his bag as a 15th club. Deane Beman called a five-hole penalty on himself, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Today's guest is Margaret Jenkins. Margaret Jenkins, founder and artistic director of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, celebrating the 50th anniversary of her Company in 2022, is a choreographer and mentor to many artists as well as a designer of unique community-based dance projects. In the 1960's, Margaret moved to New York to study at Juilliard, continued her training at UCLA and returned to New York to dance in the companies of Jack Moore, Viola Farber, Judy Dunn, James Cunningham, Gus Solomons, Jr. and Twyla Tharp's original company with Sara Rudner. In addition, Jenkins was a member of the faculty of the Merce Cunningham Studio and restaged his works for companies in Europe and the United States for over 12 years. In 1970, Jenkins returned to San Francisco, and in 1973, formed the MJDC. She opened one of the West Coast's first studio-performing spaces and a school for the training of professional modern dancers. In the last five decades, she has created an impressive body of work, with over 85 works created on her Company, as well as resident companies in the United States, Asia and Europe. For her unique artistic vision, Margaret has received numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Irvine Fellowship in Dance, the San Francisco Arts Commission Award of Honor, three Isadora Duncan Awards (Izzies), and the Bernard Osher Cultural Award for her outstanding contributions to the arts community in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Fore more on this episode: Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast and The Moving Architects
Paul Azinger and Bruce Devlin reflect back on their days on the road traveling the Tour, and not always first class. Life was simple long before life was easy. Hear about Paul's early Vogue motorhome which he shared with his wife (and cat Cleo) for four years and the horror stories from those early motel stays. Listen in as Zinger sticks the needle in to his friend Curtis Strange, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Today is all about how you can shift your routine & incorporate some of these practices to be more in line with nature! We're chatting all about nourishing practices that support your energy, digestion & immunity during the colder months!Want professional grade supplements? Head to my dashboard to get 10% off! (Click HERE for the CANADIAN dashboard). DISCLAIMER: Always check with your medical care practitioner.To access my FREE Video Series "4 Steps to Achieve Hormonal Harmony" text me the word FREE to +1 (516) 430-5144 or click HERE & text me FREE!Fore more info on my free monthly masterclasses where I dive deep on a specific topic & answer your questions in real time, text me MASTERCLASS to +1 (516) 430-5144 or click HERE & text me MASTERCLASS!Here are the tips I chat about today:Ginger: throw it in warm lemon water, smoothies, soups etc.Add ceylon cinnamon to smoothies & take your smoothie out 30-60 mins before eating itConsume more warming, grounding foods (soups, stews, cooked foods with raw foods- & spices like paprika, cumin, corriander)Cover your ankles from the cold when you're outside (channels on ankles that go up to the uterus that when cold can lower fertility)Eat dinner earlierGo to bed earlierDry brushing Warm/hot yoga to sweat & ramp up internal heatPodcast Episodes Referenced:1. Episode 64 Interview with my acupuncturist all about acupuncture, fertility & hormones.2. Episode 36: All about DRY BRUSHING to boost immunity & detoxification
We begin with the 2-time Masters Champion in the 18th fairway of the final round of his emotional Masters win in 1995. He tells of his enduring love of his long-time caddie, Carl Jackson and how Carl's perceptive eye spotted a swing flaw that turned Ben's game around that week. Ben recounts his favorite U.S. Open and Open Championship experiences and venues. We cover the 1999 Ryder Cup “Battle at Brookline”, with history again coming down to the 17th hole with Justin Leonard's improbable putt and the ensuing melee. He discusses his special partnership with Bill Coore and their impressive body of work to-date. Ben chooses where he would take his one career mulligan and what he would do differently, knowing what he now knows. Ben Crenshaw generously shares his story, “FORE the Good of the Game.”
Hal Sutton, winner of the 1983 PGA and two Tournament Players Championships, shares the story that led up to his iconic, mid-flight exhortation at the 2000 TPC as he went head-to-head with Tiger Woods in the year that no one beat Tiger Woods. Remember, at this point in his year, Tiger had finished 1st or 2nd in 10 of his 11 events thus far. Hal Sutton hit the six-iron of his life, "FORE the Good of the game."
David Graham, two-time winner of major championships and World Golf Hall of Fame member, fondly recalls partnering with Bruce Devlin for Team Australia to win the 1970 World Cup in Argentina, defeating the host team that featured Roberto De Vincenzo. They remember the raucous crowds they encountered during the competition and remind us of the global traveling challenges they faced in those days. Two old friends sharing great memories, "FORE the Good of the Game."
The Atlanta Braves have won the World Series, and apparently Mitchell has a problem with Freddie Freeman's Teeth. If you live in Colorado or somewhere that gets snow in the winter and want to scratch that golfing itch we'll give you some of our favorite spots to get away for a golf trip. Fairway or fore featuring phone contacts, and leaving sporting events early.
The latest on Glenn Youngkin's win in Virginia and what the election fallout means for President Biden and democrats — chief White House correspondent, Kristen Welker, reports. Plus, the first wave of younger children are now getting vaccinated. This as NFL star Aaron Rodgers tests positive for COVID-19. The White House says that the rollout should be fully up-and-running by next week. Also ahead, millions are waking up across the country to the first freeze of the season — Al Roker has your forecast. And, new details about the 4-year-old girl who was found alive after vanishing from family campsite 18 days earlier.
Two-time U.S. Open Champion, Andy North, talks about growing up in Wisconsin in a sporting family, the condition that forced him to put other sports aside to focus on golf and his early successes, winning the 1971 Western Amateur and being a 3-time All-American at Florida. Andy relates what life was like as a Tour rookie and how he once shot a 27 at the B.C. Open. Andy North tells his story as a young professional golfer, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Lanny Wadkins, winner of the 1977 PGA Championship and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, answers the question Mike posed to "Lefty" years ago at a bar in Florida - If you knew as a 20-year-old what you know now, what would you do differently. Hear Lanny's response, "FORE the Good of the Game."
2-time Masters champion and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Ben Crenshaw, recounts his surprising playoff record and the loss that hurt the most, to David Graham, at the 1979 PGA Championship at Oakland Hills, "FORE the Good of the Game."
First, physician assistant Megan Kreft from Portland, OR talks about how she found a place to practice medicine and honor her conscience after she was fired for her religious beliefs. Then Louis Brown, J.D., Executive Director of Christ Medicus Foundation and former HHS Office of Civil Rights official, joins the doctors to talk about the importance of religious freedom for healthcare providers and how CMF Curo works to educate lawmakers to understand and uphold conscience rights. And finally, Dr. Stephen White, the chair of Healthcare Policy for the Catholic Medical Association, talks about how the CMA advocates for healthcare providers. Fore more links and resources visit https://doctordoctor.org/episode236/
This week we're sharing a conversation Matt had over the summer with Abby Liebenthal. Abby's full-time job is the Senior Manager of US Open Fan Engagement for the USGA, a position she's been in for almost the last two years. She's been in the golf industry her entire career including time at Acushnet and the Tiger Woods Foundation but her side hustle is what we're really talking about in this conversation and that's the non-profit she founded almost three years ago, Fore the Ladies. For the Ladies is a female-based community with the intent to introduce more women to the game and bring women together to play, watch and participate in everything golf has to offer. She also has a podcast called Fore the Ladies that you can find wherever you get your podcasts and for our listeners that have been with us a while you'll appreciate that her fiancée is former VSGA intern Brendan Ahrnsbrak. Okay, here's our conversation with Abby Liebenthal.
“At a few points over the last couple years, I thought about putting the clubs away and going to law school, but my mom convinced me otherwise.” - Lilia VuWelcome back to the Fore the Ladies podcast! On this week's Ladies of Golf, we spoke with Lilia Vu, who finished 1st on the Race for the Card money list to earn her LPGA card for 2022. Lilia won 3 times and posted 8 top-5 finishes on the Symetra Tour in 2021. She was named Symetra Tour Player of the Year and will return to the LPGA for the first time since 2019. Lilia has had quite the golf journey and now places a beautiful emphasis on mindfulness into her game and life which I found incredibly interesting. I hope you enjoy this Ladies of Golf conversation, which is brought to you by the USGA.
1993 PGA Champion and winning Ryder Cup Captain and player, Paul Azinger, reflects on growing up as an Air Force brat in Florida and not blossoming into a legitimate golfer until his days at the University of Florida where he developed under the watchful eyes of John Redman and Dr. Jim Suttie. Hear about the influencers in Paul's life like Bert Yancey, Lee Trevino and Ben Crenshaw, and how he learned to handle pressure, Sunday pressure! Paul share his views on the "one true fundamental" of a golf swing and offers his solutions to today's debate on distance. Zinger serves up some great stories from his early days in golf, "FORE the Good of the Game."
World Golf Hall of Fame member, Tony Jacklin, remembers being pretty impressed while shagging balls as a 13-year-old for Bobby Locke at his home club in Scunthorpe, England, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Jack Nicklaus, winner of 18 major championships on the PGA Tour, recounts how he developed his approach to preparing for these four events each year and the advice he gave to Gary Player that helped the Black Knight win the Career Grand Slam. We get to know the G.O.A.T. just a little bit better, "FORE the Good of the Game."
0:00 - Dan & Amy react to last evening's CNN Town Hall with Joe Biden 14:45 - Dan & Amy discuss recent lawsuits filed against school districts in IL 45:00 - Martin Kulldorff, Professor at Harvard University Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital: Covid, lockdown and the retreat of scientific debate. Follow Martin Kulldorff on twitterhere 01:02:40 - Darren Bailey, member of the Illinois Senate for the 55th district and candidate for Governor, has put forward important voting rights legislation and fights for your right to choose. For more on Darren Bailey's run for Governor baileyforillinois.com. 01:19:47 - Ashley Jacobs, Executive Director at ParentsUnited.org, takes on Merrick Garland and his House Judiciary Committee testimony. Fore more on Ashley Jacobs – parentsunited.org 01:35:17 - Casey Mulligan, professor of economics at the University of Chicago who served as the chief economist of the White House Council of Economic Advisers in 2018–19: ‘Build Back Better' Would Sink the Labor Market. Purchase Casey Mulligan's book You're Hired! Untold Successes and Failures of a Populist President here 01:49:07 - Open Mic Friday! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rory McIlroy thought he found something Sunday at the Ryder Cup and it showed with his convincing win over Rickie Fowler and Adam Scott in Las Vegas. There's a new golf course coming to northern Colorado- Raindance National- which sets to open up in July of 2022 with a championship 18 hole course with PGA Tour stop aspirations. Desgined by Fred Funk- a 17 time tour/champions tour winner- the resort will also have an 18 hole "HORSE" course, pool, hotel and much more. Ranking the top 10 course names in Colorado- does the new resort Raindance makes it way onto the list? Fairway or Fore includes wearing sports jerseys to the wrong events, and warming up before your round of golf.
World Golf Hall of Fame member, Deane Beman recounts his decision to turn professional after a very successful amateur career, his Tour wins and the hand injuries that ultimately led him to accept the job as PGA Tour Commissioner in 1974 at age 36. Deane tells of the early transformation of the Tour that included becoming a non-profit, creating value in television for corporate sponsors, adding a charitable focus to the Tour and developing a robust player's pension scheme. From golf professional to golf administrator, Deane Beman tells his story, "FORE the Good of the Game."
There is always a risk that comes with any investment. But how do you navigate around that and choose investments that support your financial future? Chris Seveney and Jamie Bateman sit down with triathlete, investor, and host of the Ice Cream With Investors podcast. Matt Fore. Matt is currently the Regional Sales Director at DELL EMC. Beyond that, however, he is taking control of his financial future through investing. He has worked in real estate, the single-family space, note investing, and more. Today, Matt gives practical financial advice that will help guide and motivate you to start investing for the long term. Keep your ears glued to learn what's good in blockchain, life insurance, and why Matt prefers note investing!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://7einvestments.com/podcast/
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In today's BetterWealth episode, I am joined with Matt Fore, host of the Ice Cream With Investors Podcast as we share with you an in-depth mini series on real estate. Listen as Matt and I discuss real estate notes, buying notes and buying other people's mortgages and the pros and cons of investing in this asset class. Be sure to check out the resources Matt mentioned in the episode: Invest In Debt: “The How To Book on Buying Paper for Cashflow” by Jim Napier - https://amzn.to/2YLs4iW (https://amzn.to/2YLs4iW) Chris Seveney - Good Deeds Notes Investing Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/good-deeds-note-investing-podcast/id1442697566 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/good-deeds-note-investing-podcast/id1442697566) Be sure to check out more real estate content on Matt's Podcast “Ice Cream With Investors” https://ice-cream-with-investors.captivate.fm/ (https://ice-cream-with-investors.captivate.fm/) #BETTERWEALTH For more information on BetterWealth or the content you hear on the Podcast visit us at http://www.betterwealth.com/podcast (www.betterwealth.com/podcast). Episode Links & Resources: Ice Cream With Investors Podcast - https://ice-cream-with-investors.captivate.fm/ (https://ice-cream-with-investors.captivate.fm/) Episode #370 Ice Cream With Investors With Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/SreIqPtT94s (https://youtu.be/SreIqPtT94s) Episode #372 3 Principles For Investing In Real Estate - https://youtu.be/KlQTlf0sAHY (https://youtu.be/KlQTlf0sAHY) Episode #375 Buying Single Family Homes - https://youtu.be/7IBCfOeZKJQ (https://youtu.be/7IBCfOeZKJQ) Episode #378 Flipping Homes with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/1eMur9GT9Og (https://youtu.be/1eMur9GT9Og) Episode #381 Real Estate FAQ #1 Tax Benefits with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/p98cZBpRq6A (https://youtu.be/p98cZBpRq6A) Episode #384 The BRRR Strategy with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/RcBfbgP10PY (https://youtu.be/RcBfbgP10PY) Episode #387 Small Multi Family - https://youtu.be/EjkgmYsSujk (https://youtu.be/EjkgmYsSujk) Episode #388 Real Estate FAQ #2 with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/lxafMC-n7NQ (https://youtu.be/lxafMC-n7NQ) Episode #390 Large Multi Family Apartment Complexes - https://youtu.be/5bGS0wjlKk4 (https://youtu.be/5bGS0wjlKk4) Episode #392 Crowdsourcing Real Estate with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/-toD-0HmUXA (https://youtu.be/-toD-0HmUXA) Episode #395 REITS with Matt Fore - https://youtu.be/qu6Yzhtepzc (https://youtu.be/qu6Yzhtepzc) Episode #398 Should I Invest In Real Estate Now? https://youtu.be/ywT32_HoZpo (https://youtu.be/ywT32_HoZpo) Episode #401 Dollars For Dirt - Land Flipping with Matt Fore https://youtu.be/G7nGAkBKqJk (https://youtu.be/G7nGAkBKqJk) Episode #404 Developing Land with Matt Fore https://youtu.be/MXfDWemN4lU (https://youtu.be/MXfDWemN4lU) Episode #407 Real Estate Wholesaling with Matt Fore https://youtu.be/J_pNYYzXvy4 (https://youtu.be/J_pNYYzXvy4) Episode #410: Should I Invest In Break Even or Cash Flow Real Estate FAQ #4 with Matt Fore
Welcome back to the Fore the Ladies podcast! Today we have Sophia Schubert as our next Ladies of Golf feature. Sophia is one of this year's Symetra Tour graduates and will be a rookie on the LPGA Tour for the 2022 season. The Symetra Tour acts a feeder tour for the LPGA, a minor league if you will, and the top 10 players on the Race for the Card money list have earned LPGA cards for next season. Sophia was number four on that list after notching her first victory on the Symetra Tour and nine top 10 finishes in the 2021 season. Sophia also had an incredible amateur career, winning the 2017 U.S. Amateur and college tournaments while competing for Auburn and Texas. We talk about the power of letting yourself just play and enjoying the game. Enjoy getting to know Sophia and keep an eye on her next season on the LPGA Tour.
Ben Crenshaw recalls the mysteries of the 17th hole at the Country Club at Brookline including Francis Ouimet's improbable win, as an amateur, at the 1913 U.S. Open when he joined a playoff with a birdie at 17 and then iced the victory with a birdie there in the playoff with Vardon and Ray. Ben also reflects on the infamous Justin Leonard putt on the same hole at the 1999 Ryder Cup that proved to be key to the U.S. team victory. Ben Crenshaw shares great golf history, "FORE the Good of the Game."
In this Episode of the HVAC Uncensored Podcast Gil talks with Mrs Stacey Fore Owner of Triple Play Home Services In OK. Stacy and her husband Mike have owned this amazing company for 14 years. They built an amazing team with amazing culture and Stacy shares some that here. They talk about how they've dealt with the normal struggles as well as how they've thrived being different. There are good companies out there like them both just keep looking and listening.
Lanny Wadkins and Bruce Devlin reflect back on the fun times they had playing in celebrity events hosted by Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Jackie Gleason, and many others. Most were serious golfers with a passion for the game. Hear about the contributions they made, "FORE the Good of the Game."
JR Smith and John Daly II made their collegiate golf debuts and they didn't lack any excitement. Rounds in both the 80's and 60's, near hole outs, and even a bee attack couldn't stop these 2 from making a splash. Discussion on what professional athletes would make the best golfers with info from a Golf Digest article and different athletes handicaps. Which sport translates the best and makes the best golfers? Finally, another edition of Fairway or Fore with discussions on hoodies in golf, the Chiefs possibly missing the playoffs, and rewatching shows twice.
A 2003 inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame and the winner of three major championships and one Players Championship, Nick Price joins us to talk about growing up in Rhodesia (present-day Zimbabwe), learning the game as a left-hander and his early successes as an amateur. Nick recounts his time spent in the Rhodesian Air Force during the "Bush War" there and the honor of representing his country in the 1976 Eisenhower Trophy. He relates the decision process to turn professional in 1977 and discusses those early days on the South African and European Tours. Finally, he fondly recalls his special relationship with his long-time caddie, Jeff "Squeeky" Medlin and growing up with his swing coach, David Leadbetter. Nick Price tells his early story, "FORE the Good of the Game."