Davis Love III, 2-time winner of the Players Championship and1997 PGA Champion, looks back on his performances across each of the majors and shares his favorite Open Championship venues. Davis recounts his experiences with team play at the Alfred Dunhill Cup with Tom Kite and Fred Couples, as well as the Presidents Cup and the Ryder Cup. A 6-time participant in each as a player, he was also honored to Captain teams in both competitions, with a heart-breaking Ryder Cup loss at Medinah in 2012 followed by a satisfying win at Hazeltine in 2016. Davis also lead the U.S. team to victory in the 2022 President's Cup. We briefly discuss his passion for golf course design and recount the numerous awards he has amassed throughout his Hall of Fame career. Davis Love III wraps up his life story, "FORE the Good of the game."
The guys are joined by the lead assistant golf professional at Hazeltine National - Andy Smith. Andy shares his path in golf from the North Shore to Hazeltine and what method of teaching the game can have the greatest impact on young players. The PGA season is also nearing its end with Tour Championship coming up and hear who the guys think will bring home the title of FedEx Cup champion.
Typhoons, plane crashes and embassies under seige! It's just another week in the early 2000s. Rich Beam won the PGA Championship at Hazeltine after he was drugged by his wife, the Doggiez breached the salary cap and were in big trouble and nobody told Steve Jobs how to properly pronounce Jaguar. We take you on a world tour of music with a new UK number one from the Sugababes, albums from Black Sabbath, Sweden's Dark Tranquility, Spain's Las KEtchup and we take a look at the number one single in Germany, just for the hell of it...PLUS we reveal the first public display of hatred for Nickleback! AND we wish a happy birthday to Dimebag Darrell! All that and more! Hang with us on socials to chat more noughties nostalgia - Facebook (@tminus20) or Instagram (tminus20podcast). You can also contact us there if you want to be a part of the show.
Join Nick and Charlie as they sit down at Emerald Hills in Okoboji, Iowa with Hazeltine National's newest Head Golf Professional, Kyle Brandt.The boys will discuss Kyle's education, career experiences and day to day operations as the Head Prop at a top 15 course in the country.Cheers Boys!
DB met Kessler Karain during the 2022 Masters on the range at Champions Retreat, and Kessler couldn't have been more friendly and genuine. After months of back and forth, Kessler finally came on the podcast to debrief after his first LIV Golf event in Portland. He talked about the caddie experience and the energy around that week, in addition to some upcoming changes to LIV's format. The boys discussed the 1st time he met Patrick, some behind the scenes Ryder Cup stories involving Patrick and Rory at Hazeltine, and other Ryder Cup memories. Finally, DB asked Kessler about Patrick...his polarizing past, and if there are things P Reed may would've like to handle differently. Enjoy! There's still room for the September LIVE GOLF EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP Please support the podcast further by doing a few things to spread the TJ Gospel: Join Goalby's Nut Hut, our private DISCORD chat w/ > 400 golf loving, DFS & Betting fans. Join a limited, free Nut Hut on DISCORD Sign up for the “Heavy Petting” & “Chalk Bomb” emails for free that hit your inboxes every Tuesday & Wednesday. Get exclusive membership discounts at Fantasy National Golf Club by using this link. Sign up for PrizePicks and get a 100% Deposit Bonus up to $100 Leave an honest iTunes Review. DB & Pat love reading all of these. It improves the show.
Justice Lee Smalley Edmon is the Presiding Justice of the Second District, Division Three of the California Courts of Appeal. She previously served as a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court from 2000 to 2015, and was that court's first female presiding judge from 2011 to 2012. Before joining the bench, she practiced civil litigation at Adams, Duque & Hazeltine and Dewey Ballentine, and served in leadership positions in numerous bar associations and legal nonprofit boards, including as President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
The big question on the turf industry's mind after the epic 2016 Ryder Cup Matches at Hazeltine National Golf Club (Chaska, MN) was, "Where's (senior assistant superintendent) Ryan Moy gonna go?" Turns out the answer was one just about nobody expected: Head Groundskeeper for the Minnesota United Football Club at the still under-construction Allianz Field in St. Paul and their training grounds in Blaine, MN. Once Ryan settled in there he was followed by former Hazeltine interns Mitch Ronning and Peter Braun to form the core of the MNUFC groundskeeping team. We at TurfNet got to know Peter when he was the 2014 TurfNet Intern in Ireland, working at the Mount Juliet Resort. TurfNet salutes Ryan, Mitch and Peter as Rising Stars of Turf for both their excellent past work in golf course maintenance but also their future in sports turf. This chat with Peter McCormick gives a fascinating glimpse into the career transition from a major golf event for Ryan, the culture shift from golf to sports turf, and the experiences they've had during their years with MNUFC at Allianz Field. Presented by Earthworks and DryJect.
Top Instructor, Kevin Roman joins me in this segment of the show. Kevin shares his memories from playing in the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine. He talks about being paired with Matt Kuchar and Louie Oosthuizen in the first two rounds. We also hear about the practice round he played with Louie and Rory McIlroy and how far Louie outdrove Rory. We get some great chipping tips including set-up, ball position, and club selection. Plus, how much his new Srixon ZX irons and Cleveland Golf wedges have improved his game including hitting 2 flagsticks on his approach shots during the qualifying round for the US Senior Open.
This week I'm joined by Top Golf Course Designer Bill Bergin and 2014 Georgia PGA Teacher of the Year Kevin Roman. Bill Bergin updated us on what's going on with several of his course design and course restoration projects like The McLemore, Waterfall, and Oaks Country Club, which is down the street from this week's PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bill gives me advice on how to play McLemore since my buddies and I are headed there this week for our annual golf trip. It's an award-winning design and the 18th hole has been named one of the Top 10 Finishing Holes in all of golf. We also hear about his experience playing in the 1984 Open Championship when he finished 14th and his 3rd round 66 was tied for the best round of the championship. Top Instructor, Kevin Roman shares his memories from playing in the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine. he talks about being paired with Matt Kuchar and Louie Oosthuizen. We also hear about the practice round he played with Louie and Rory McIlroy and how far Louie outdrove Rory. We get some great chipping tips including set-up, ball position, and club selection. Plus, how much his new Srixon ZX irons and Cleveland Golf wedges have improved his play including hitting 2 flagsticks on his approach shots during his qualifying round for the US Senior Open.
This week I'm joined by Top Golf Course Designer Bill Bergin and 2014 Georgia PGA Teacher of the Year Kevin Roman. Bill Bergin updates us on what's going on with several of his course design and restoration projects like The McLemore, Waterfall, and Oaks Country Club, which is down the street from this week's PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bill gives me advice on how to play McLemore since my buddies and I are headed back there this week for our annual golf trip. McLemore is an award-winning design and the 18th hole has been named one of the Top 10 Finishing Holes in all of golf. We also hear about his experience playing in the 1984 Open Championship at St. Andrews when he finished 14th and his 3rd round 66 was tied for the best round of the tournament. Top Instructor, Kevin Roman shares his memories from playing in the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine. he talks about being paired with Matt Kuchar and Louie Oosthuizen. We also hear about the practice round he played with Louie and Rory McIlroy and how far Louie outdrove Rory. We get some great chipping tips including set-up, ball position, and club selection. Plus, how much his new Srixon ZX irons and Cleveland Golf wedges have improved his play including hitting 2 flagsticks on his approach shots during his qualifying round for the US Senior Open.
This is an encore episode with Rich Beem, winner of the 2002 PGA Championship, one of professional golf's four major tournaments. Despite having won twice on tour prior to the PGA, Rich's win at Hazeltine was as unlikely as the groovy dance moves he busted out after sinking his final putt of the tournament. Describing himself as “the luckiest guy in the world,” Rich played the game loose and wide open, but the rising expectations of being a major champion became a distraction, and he never won again on tour. In this chat, Rich speaks candidly about: Selling car stereos and grinding his way up the golf ladder, Finding purpose and meaning in life as his PGA prospects began to dim. The reason he tells his son that “what you shoot is not you” Why he loves working as an analyst at Sky Sports Rich was born in Phoenix, AZ, grew up in El Paso, TX and played college golf at New Mexico State University. Today Rich plays on the PGA Champions Tour and works as a TV golf analyst on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland.(Originally posted November, 2020. Follow Rich on Twitter.
On this episode, Matt and Mike sit down with veteran PGA Tour Caddie Bobby Brown for part one of a three part series. The guys discuss how Bobby got his start caddying on the PGA Tour and the role tennis legend Pete Sampras played. Then it's all about Bobby's time with Dustin Johnson. How Bobby talked his way onto Dustin Johnson's bag, pretty clever. How he connected Dustin Johnson and Butch Harmon in 2009 at Hazeltine. The 2010 US Open debacle at Pebble Beach from Bobby's perspective. Lastly, the 2010 infamous PGA Championship "bunker" penalty at Whistling Straights that never should've been. You do not want to miss this three part series!To learn more go to https://pullhookgolf.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thomas Friedman, New York Times foreign affairs columnist and three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, fell for golf early in life as a child in Minnesota and even caddied in the 1970 U.S. Open at Hazeltine. He joins the podcast from his home in Maryland, where he's as comfortable talking about climate change and Middle East politics as he is the simple joy of striking that perfect golf shot.
We are extremely lucky to have PGA Championship Winner Rich Beem join us to talk all things golf. We discuss what it was like beating Tiger on Sunday at Hazeltine. The fun and challenges of broadcasting golf. And a litany of other incredible golf stories.
If you love golf, you will love Fantasy National Golf Club. You can't tee it up there, but you can certainly play. Mike "Moose" Metzger was inspired to take his golf fandom to the next level after watching the 2016 Ryder Cup at his home course Hazeltine. With a fervor for fantasy sports, he developed a stats database for PGA Tour players. Today thousands subscribe to his website for vital winning information. If you love golf, fantasy golf or enter any friendly wagering pools with friends this site is s must! Moose and his "Moosenomics" have taken the DFS Golf world by storm and in this episode he and Keith breakdown: A startup story Golf's popularity fuels a betting phenomenon Million dollar moments Tiger Ryder Cup stories Next tech for FNGC Going forward, all Read The Line subscribers can save 20% on a subscription to FNGC just by logging in with the following address - fantasynationalgolfclub.com/RTL. Go see what's inside and you'll be the one to beat in the year's Masers pool. The Weekly Update covers Gold Man, Cam's fatigue, Keegan's missed fortune and Captain Iceman. ProShow Playlist Ep. #203: Use Somebody (Kings of Leon), Beggin' (Måneskin), Just Breathe (Pearl Jam)
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The winner of the 1970 U.S. Open at Hazeltine , Tony Jacklin and Bruce Devlin recall the bombastic Dave Hill and his shenanigans in Minnesota. A fine player but a colorful character as well, Dave told it like it was, "FORE the Good of the Game."
World Golf Hall of Fame member, Tony Jacklin, recounts his early days on the PGA Tour as the first Brit to ever play golf full-time for a living. He and Bruce discuss how the game and the equipment have evolved over the years and he remembers some of his early influencers on his professional development. Tony shares some great stories from his 1970 U.S. Open win at Hazeltine and, yes, the name Dave Hill does come up in our conversation. Tony Jacklin gives us his perspective on a magnificent career, "FORE the Good of the Game."
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 276 as we celebrate the Ryder Cup matches by looking back at 2016 and the US win at Hazeltine, then looking ahead to Whistling Straits. Our expert panel includes Bo Hobson, Dan Bier from Two Inches Short, Adam Fonseca from Golf Unfiltered, and PGA Pro Steve Scott. Enjoy and let's gooooo USA!
In this episode, Skye and Anthony tell the stories of a woman whose feminine wiles got her in trouble more than once #5952 Alta Hazeltine (Attempted Robbery) and the devastatingly dastardly duo who embark on committing life insurance fraud #9931 Charles Feely and #9932 Monty Moore (Bombing a Building & Assault with Intent to Commit Murder).
If you're hungry for never-before-heard Ryder Cup stories, you've come to the right place. With stops at legendary clubs like Seminole, Merion and Hazeltine National, golf professional Chandler Withington has already lived a full golf life. And in a career full of them, perhaps his biggest highlight was being at the center of the action at the 2016 Ryder Cup. Withington joins host Tom Coyne and uses his Ryder Cup experience at Hazeltine—including the advice he gave then-captain Davis Love III on setting up the course, why Tiger Woods implored the 2016 U.S. team to celebrate and how he got Michael Jordan kicked out of the team room—to formulate his strategy for a U.S. victory this week.
This week we'll talk with Joel Comstock Regional Affairs Director of the MGA about the Minnesota Youth on Course program. We'll also revisit our conversation with Chandler Withington Director of Golf at Hazeltine.
Two-time major winner and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Tony Jacklin, recalls with glee the two things that won him the 1970 U.S. Open at Hazeltine, links-like weather for the opening round where he was the only player to break par, and a post-practice round putting tip from Bert Yancey's brother that resulted in his career-best putting week, Tony Jacklin remembers the joy of a major victory, “Fore the Good of the Game.”
It's a special week at Daily Delivery as host Michael Rand takes a look back at five high-profile sporting events that took place in the Twin Cities within a one-year span 30 years ago. On today's episode, Star Tribune columnist Patrick Reusse joins Rand to offer perspectives on the 1991 U.S. Open at Hazeltine, which paved the way for two PGA Championships and two Ryder Cups to be awarded to the course in Chaska. Payne Stewart edged out Scott Simpson in a playoff almost exactly 30 years ago in a memorable big golf event.
We’re talking with Nick Hazeltine from Walla Walla Catholic Schools. He recounts how Covid has impacted their program in Washington State, the lessons they’ve learned and how they’re moving forward. Subscribe now to the CNAA Podcast, so you don’t miss an episode.And, feel free to write in to the CNAA by emailing email@example.com
Détenteur d'un baccalauréat en droit (2005), membre du Barreau du Québec (2007) et d'un diplôme de deuxième cycle en fiscalité (D.Fisc) de l'Université de Sherbrooke, Philip Hazeltine a pratiqué, au cours de sa carrière, à titre d'avocat fiscaliste dans un grand cabinet d'avocat québécois et a également lancé divers projets d'affaires. À travers son expérience, un constat s'impose quant à la ligne directrice de son parcours professionnel : être un acteur de changement proactif. Dans cet objectif, Philip a co-fondé la compagnie Neolegal dans le but de révolutionner le domaine du droit par l'automatisation des services juridiques. Depuis maintenant plus de quatre ans, il travaille avec son équipe afin de mettre sur pied une solution durable d'accès à la justice dans le cadre d'une nouvelle ère industrielle juridique. Comment optimise-t-il l'exécution du service juridique? Comment intègre-t-il des outils technologiques? Quelle est sa stratégie pour acquérir des clients? Quel a été l'impact de la pandémie? Quelle est la stratégie de croissance envisagée?
Placement guru Chad Spencer of Hazeltine Advisors chats new social media app Clubhouse and Paris Hilton; gives invaluable advice, comfort and motivation to current job seekers; and waxes eloquent on his playlist.... https://open.spotify.com/playlist/26xy4Aper95EcJUfZmfRn7?si=EXpMF5TDTgGzoro6BIH-4A Sign up for Hazeltine 8 Week Career Intensive: https://go.hazeltineadvisors.com/chuckyates
Rich Beem won the 2002 PGA Championship, one of professional golf’s four major tournaments. Despite having won twice on tour prior to the PGA, Rich's win at Hazeltine was as unlikely as the groovy dance moves he busted out after sinking his final putt of the tournament. Describing himself as “the luckiest guy in the world,” Rich loves golf and hanging out with people who give him energy. He played the game loose and wide open, but the rising expectations he felt after becoming a major champion became a distraction, and he never won again on tour. On today’s Crazy Money, Rich speaks candidly about grinding his way up the golf ladder, and how he found purpose and meaning in life as his PGA prospects began to dim. Rich was born in Phoenix, AZ, grew up in El Paso, TX and played college golf at New Mexico State University. Today Rich plays on the PGA Champions Tour and works as a TV golf analyst on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland. Follow Rich on Instagram and/or Twitter. **Please rate and review Crazy Money here. Follow Crazy Money on Facebook here and join the Crazy Money Listeners Group here. Get your official Crazy Money t-shirts here. Produced and edited by Mike Carano About Crazy Money: Unlike traditional personal finance shows like Dave Ramsey or Suze Orman, Crazy Money is not about how to make a million bucks, how to beat the market, or how to save money by switching cable providers. It is about deciding what role we want money to play in our lives and how we can use it to be our best selves. Topics covered include: Philosophy, Happiness, Contentment, Meaning, dreams, purpose, Success, Rat Race, Society, mental health, Buddhism, Stoicism, the hedonic treadmill, morality, Mid-Life Crisis, Business, Work, Careers, Authors, Books, Consumerism, Values, capitalism, economics, investing, saving, spending, personal finance, charity, philanthropy, altruism, affluence, wealth, wealth management, culture, society. Status. Paul Ollinger Are you really still reading this?
What started as a silly idea of mine a little over three years ago has morphed into something I could never have anticipated. In episode 1 I finished the silly submarine story that Mrs Hazeltine shared in the film that inspired this podcast. I wanted to tell stories. I wanted to write. I wanted to flex my artistic muscles during my theatrical off-season. And now as the STS podcast is on its 50th episode, I’m taking a moment to reflect on just how far this series has come.
As a ICF Certified Coach, Rich helps organizations measure and optimize the talent, behaviors and motivators of their workforce as strategy to produce the best results and performance. In this episode, he will discuss how bridging emotional intelligence with data, frontline connectivity, and user experience for new tools are critical in building a resilient company.
When you think about Texas golf, names like Hogan, Nelson, Mangrum, Crenshaw, Kite, and Speith come to mind just to name a few. Over the years, however, there’s one PGA Tour player I like sitting down to have a beer with more than most. That’s Rich Beem. The proud son of El Paso Country Club, you probably remember Rich Beem as the winner of the 2002 PGA Championship at Hazeltine in Minnesota. Though he’s played less and less in recent years on the PGA Tour, he’s gearing up for the Champion’s Tour, and I couldn’t be more excited for him.Recently, he was kind enough to join us for an insightful chat about putting and what he’s been up to. Our conversation starts out with Rich sharing his thoughts on putting over the years. He makes no bones about the fact that he “vaguely remembers what it was like to be a kid going out there to the putting green and just taking one ball and knocking it in… There wasn’t a single thought about how to do it, just how many… I have actually digressed from that probably as much as you can…”As Rich gets ready for the Champion’s Tour, he’s “trying to get back to the point where (putting) doesn’t have a value… If it goes in, great. If it doesn’t, that’s great too… It doesn’t matter.” We proceed to talk about how Rich learned the game growing up and putting specifically. He credits his dad with teaching him the fundamentals. One of the most important pieces of advice was keeping his elbows close together throughout the swing. That same thought governs much of how Rich goes about both his swing and putting today. His dad also stressed how important it is to “never stop searching.” If one thing isn’t working, you can’t be afraid to try something else. That thought is likely one of the reasons Rich has never been afraid to switch putters and putting methods. Self-admittingly, he’s “played with a smorgasbord of putters.”To that end, Rich has never been an overly mechanical putter. Instead, he sees reading greens as more of an art. “Those greens books… they help out a little bit if you’re unsure, but I still think there’s an art to how you do it… Tiger seems to have a way that he sees it in his eyes.”When asked what his putting looks like today, Rich says “I’m looking at a putter that also mimics what I’m trying to do in the golf swing. And that’s my posture.”Today, Rich’s putter is longer and more upright than a lot of players. This fits his body type and cross-handed grip. Since Rich’s days of grinding week in and week out have curtailed, he’s spent more time as an announcer. During that time, he’s noticed a couple of significant differences in how today’s young players go about putting compared to the older guard. First, “they aren’t afraid to try anything… They will go and find the strangest looking thing… put it up their forearm…” Next, “they don’t leave anything to chance. He’s blown away by the “amount of apparatuses they have to try and show them what the ball is doing off the stroke or… just embed it in their muscle memory.”As always, it was great to sit down with Rich for a few minutes and record this week’s podcast. He truly is one of the great guys in the game and, we wish him nothing but success as he gets ready to head out on the Champion’s Tour.To hear the full conversation, listen in to our podcast above. Thanks for tuning in and we’ll see you next week.
The 2002 US PGA champion Rich Beem relives his victory at Hazeltine and tells us how he celebrated. Spoiler alert: he celebrated BIG! Michael and Bryce also discuss Bryson’s likability problem, Rory’s so-called “slump”, and Tiger’s prospects of winning major No.16 at TPC Harding Park. Plus, the guys tackle the “Honesty Box” for the first time... ⛳️ Chat to us on social and subscribe to the magazine for the best news, reviews, comment and more from the home of golf! ⓣ https://twitter.com/bunkeredonline ⓕ https://www.facebook.com/bunkeredonline ⓨ https://www.youtube.com/bunkeredonline ⓘ https://www.instagram.com/bunkeredonline Get the magazine every month: https://www.bunkered.co.uk/suboffer
In the lead up to the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park, Erik talks to PGA Professionals Marty Jertson, Rob Labritz, and Ryan Vermeer, as well as 2002 PGA Championship winner, Rich Beem. Erik finds out exactly what it feels like to tee it up in a Major Championship, how best to deal with life on the road, Ryans relation to the famous Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, and Rich describes how he tamed Tiger at Hazeltine in 2002. RICH BEEM/// Instagram: @beemerpga Twitter: @beemerpga MARTY JERTSON/// Instagram: @jertybird Twitter: @jertybird ROB LABRITZ/// Web: www.roblabritz.com Twitter: @roblabritzgolf RYAN VERMEER/// Twitter: @Golf_RV Craving more golf content? Be sure to follow Erik on social media, and subscribe to his YouTube channel! ERIK ANDERS LANG/// Web: www.erikanderslang.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/erikanderslang Twitter: www.twitter.com/erikanderslang Facebook: www.facebook.com/erikanderslang YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/eriklang12 WHOOP/// Web: www.whoop.com Social: @whoop KEEPS/// Web: www.keeps.com Instagram: @keeps Twitter: @getkeeps GARRETT LEIGHT/// Web: www.garrettleight.com Social: @garrettleight JONES SPORTS CO/// Web: www.jonessportsco.com Social: @jones_sports_co PRECISION PRO GOLF/// Web: www.precisionprogolf.com Instagram: @precisionprogolf Twitter: @preprogolf TAYLORMADE GOLF/// Web: www.taylormadegolf.com Social: @taylormadegolf VICE GOLF/// Web: www.vicegolf.com Instagram: @vicegolf Twitter: @vice_golf FEETURES/// Web: www.feetures.com Instagram: @feetures Twitter: @Feetures STUART KERR /// PRODUCER Social; @stuartlkerr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian Mogg is one of the top golf teachers in the game with his peers voting him to be a Golf Magazine Top 100 Golf Instructor every year from 2004-2020 and Golf Digest 50 Best Teachers in America from 2011-2019. He runs the Brian Mogg Golf Academy with locations in Florida, Tacoma, Honolulu, Ontario, and Korea. His students have 29 wins on the PGA and LPGA tours including 2 Majors and 1 USGA Championship.Prior to teaching, Brian was an All-American college golfer and played 10 years professionally including 3 years on the PGA Tour where his best finish was T2 at the 1988 Sanderson Farms Classic. In this episode he discusses how his college coach prepared him for the PGA Tour, how to improve your game at home during a long winter (or quarantine), ideas for more interesting course design, the shot he taught Tiger that helped him win the 2002 Masters, some fascinating behind the scenes stories of working with YE Yang in the lead up to his historic win over Tiger Woods in the 2009 PGA Championship, and a ton more. You can check Brian out online at the links below or reach out to him for lessons if you live near one of his 5 academies:Brian Mogg Golf Academymoggacademy.comTwitter:http://twitter.com/moggacademyInstagram: instagram.com/moggacademyPerformance Golf Zone online course:https://bit.ly/MoggPowerTiger’s 2002 Masters shot:https://bit.ly/2002MastersMoggMini feature on YE Yang’s 2009 PGA Championship win:https://bit.ly/YE2009PGAGot feedback or ideas for future firstname.lastname@example.org/ignorantcuriousinstagram.com/ignorantcurious
In this week's 'Under the Strap' podcast, we welcome J.J. Jakovac. Jakovac caddies for one of the most talented young players in the game -- Collin Morikawa. In just 13 months together, the peer has collected two victories -- the latest coming at Muirfield Village in the Workday Charity Open in a thrilling playoff with Justin Thomas -- and Morikawa has soared in the Official World Golf Rankings. Jakovac told us about Morikawa's key attributes and shared several others stories, including what it was like to be part of the winning 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup contingent at Hazeltine and the time he Monday-qualified for a Korn Ferry Tour event only to have the player he typically caddied for go on to win that week.
The 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI has been pushed to 2021 and the 2028 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine is now 2029. Byron Buxton is 100% healed from that torn labrum, US Bank is the best stadium in football, and what are the odds that HS superstar Chet Holmgren will stay home and play for the Gophers?
This week we chat to Maureen Madill, an iconic voice from the world of golf broadcasting. Growing up in Portstewart, her relationship with her Dad, trying to beat him on the famous links which took extra holes! A stellar Amateur career with huge individual wins at both the British Ladies Amateur and Strokeplay. A memorable Curtis Cup experience in 1980 followed by a professional career on the Ladies European Tour. A Player turned coach with successes with Wales & GB & I. A broadcasting career both on radio and television, Maureen is a voice of a generation of golf fans like us! Holes in one, Rory v Reed in Hazeltine, Billy O on commentary over in the States and much more. Maureen Madill is one very special golfing lady and proud to be Irish.
In a time when we are desperate for local news and are slowly being offered less of it due to downsizing and internet-based operations, how do we find out what is going on in our community? In this First in Future episode, we had the opportunity to talk with two individuals working on solutions for local news: Lizzy Hazeltine, the coordinator of the North Carolina Local News Fund, and Melanie Sill, journalist veteran and former news executive, who is leading the North Carolina Local News Workshop at Elon University.
LAKES WOODS IRONS guests this week include another segment with Elite Golf Instructor and author Nick Bradley who’ll take us behind the scenes at the Ryder Cup. Ron Read author of ‘Starting the U.S. Open’, talks Hazeltine, Chambers Bay and Tiger, Phil and Adam and we’ll check in with Glenn Hagberg Head Golf Professional at Madden’s.
06/21 Alyssa Ahlgren with Alpha News Mn makes her first in studio appearance. Fresno CA lawmakers want to pay gang members not to shoot each other and Reusse live from Hazeltine, the site of the women's PGA championship.
Hazeltine Connect with Collin Connect with Jake In this episode, Collin and Jake sit with Chad Spencer of Hazeltine to hear about how he got started as an entrepreneur and how he is helping E&P's and Midstream companies with recruiting. Show Links Rate the podcast: Ratethispodcast.com/digitalwildcattersSign up for our newsletter: The RoundupSubscribe to Digital Wildcatters on YoutubeFollow Digital Wildcatters on Facebook
Holly G! and The Golf Insiders return for their 10th year! Tonight's guests include: Co-host Dr. Bob Winters (www.drbobwinters.com) Jeff Babineau (www.MorningRead.com) Jaime Diaz (Golf Channel) Damon Hack (The Morning Drive on Golf Channel) This week, the Golf Insiders take us overseas to Le Golf National for the 2018 Ryder Cup. It's been quite some time since the US Team has won on European soil. 25 years, in fact. Don't expect anything similar to Hazeltine where the birdies fell left and right. This week, the players will be fist-pumping for pars. National pride is the real trophy at stake. And nobody fist pumps better than the 2018 TOUR Champion, Tiger Woods. All of this and more on this week's show! ________________________________________________________________________________________________WEEKLY PODCAST WITH TOP GOLF REPORTERS FROM GOLF CHANNEL, ESPN, GOLFWEEK AND MORE! Hosted by Holly Geoghegan
Breaking news with the Ryder Cup. It's coming back to Hazeltine again! Wow. High school hoops is done and went out with a bang!
Phil and Judd get back into some Twins talk, Jeff Hintz joins to discuss the return of the Ryder Cup to Hazeltine in 2028, and the boys talk about the NFL looking into fan behavior at the NFC Championship Game in Philadelphia.
Reusse opens the Ride with the news that the Ryder Cup is returning to Hazeltine in 2028. Then it's Wild talk after their solid weekend. John Heidt has a sports update, then UMD Hockey Coach Scott Sandelin joins to look ahead to the Frozen Four.
PODCAST NOTE: Listeners can tune in to iHeart Radio 740 The Game or listen in the Orlando area on FM 96.9 Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. to hear The Golf Insiders live. Add The Golf Insiders podcast to your iPhone as an app. Click here and go to the bottom of the device's screen to create the "Quick Launch" icon for the Golf Insiders. Once you've done this it will add The Golf Insiders podcast as an App to your home screen. Host and Producer Holly G and The Golf Insiders Social Media Expert, EVVUS, Will Perry, are in the studio talking about the big win for Team USA over Europe in the Ryder Cup. The USA won 17-11. Post Ryder Cup coverage brought to you by L2 Putters. Featuring one of the largest MOI's on a putter. If you want to make your putting better, you have to try the new L2 MOI MAXX. In the second segment, Greg Wires, Golf Minnesota, calls in to talk about how things went in Minnesota at Hazeltine. Holly talks to Greg about the rowdy crowds and the atmosphere surrounding the Ryder Cup. Greg feels that the rowdiness of the fans might have been a little overplayed. When the announcement was made and posted on Sunday that rowdy behavior would not be tolerated, it pretty much took care of it. Holly, Will and Greg talk about the setup of the course and Justin Rose's comments about how easy the course was set up and it was almost like playing in a Pro-Am. There were a lot of big video boards at Hazeltine and they even had radios for sale in the tents for $15 that you could listen to several different broadcasts of the matches as they were being played. Greg talks about seeing Phil sink the putt on 18 and Phil's reaction afterwards. Greg said that people were 30-40 deep on Sunday around some of the holes. He also said that Sunday was Red Out and the fans were encouraged to wear red in support of Team USA. If you want to take a trip to Minnesota and play some of the great courses there, visit Golf Minnesota.com.