Hank Haney shares common things he hears from golfers about consistency, and then he explains why people aren't as consistent as they want or wish to be. Hank provides insights into how you can become more consistent at the game you love.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Wednesday episode begins with shock and horror at the lopsided Georgia-TCU game, and asks some big questions about fan travel to blowouts, winning with class, and whether one of Brendan's youth basketball teams can claim to have done so. The schedule for the week begins with the Sony Open, where a stronger-than-usual field is on hand. Andy claims it might be ripe for a certain over-the-hill scrambler to get a W. There's excitement around the Hero Cup, believe it or not, and more questions about Seamus Power's trip from Hawaii to Abu Dhabi. News hits on Jay Monahan's interview with writers behind closed doors at Kapalua, and Harry Higgs suggesting that the Tour is lessened by LIV taking all the villains, who provided a measure of entertainment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy all unload on the World Rankings system. Matt Adams talks about Jay Monahan's recent comments on LIV and LPGA Tour winner Ally Ewing drops by.
The Year in Review continues with the first major-ish event of 2022, the Players Championship. This edition will be remembered most for the breakout performance from Gold Boy, but it was also a big week for the PGA Tour Bot and the brand messaging from Jay Monahan's team in response to Saudi rumors. Also included in this portion are the Valspar and Valero, some ANWA and the ANA farewell, and a WGC Match Play review. This is the usual SGS approach to the year in review, focusing more on the amusing, inane, and extraordinary and it will continue to roll out over the next couple weeks in multiple parts to be enjoyed at your convenience during the holiday season.
The whole squad is in studio for World Cup Saturdays - What's New in the News! 1. Tiger Woods backs out of Hero World Challenge, calls for Greg Norman to step down 2. Sergio Garcia fires back and calls for Jay Monahan to step down 3. New courses defect to LIV GOLF - Word of the Week - Rule Review Tee Box Rules: Everything you need to know when it comes to teeing it up - What Kind of Man Are You? If you crashed on a deserted island and the only person with you died...would you eat their body? - Peevin' Dan Pace of play All this and much more! Please give a listen, like, share, subscribe and leave a review! -- Instagram: Groupchat Golf - @groupchatgolf Sonny - @officiallysonny Chubba - @chubbawatson Danny - @lafferty_daniel_ Seabass - @masterbasstian Producer Kaan - @gone_til_november88 Tik Tok: @groupchatgolf Sponsors: Tempy's Tees -- Tunes: Spanish Harlem by Mattijs Muller
On today's show, Ryan wonders what Tiger, Rory and the golf establishment could extract from LIV in cooperation talks. Also, we dig in on the PGA Tour's Form 990 from 2020 to look at Jay Monahan's salary and the Tour's finances.
The Hero World Challenge starts tomorrow! Todd Lewis and Rex Hoggard join for insight on course conditions after a rainy morning in Albany and a players meeting last night, attended by Tiger Woods, about LIV Golf. Back in North America, Mike Weir was officially named captain of the International Team at the 2024 Presidents Cup! The 5-time participant in the Cup joins from his native Canada, where he was announced as captain and will attempt to lead the team to victory at The Royal Montreal Golf Club. Beth Ann Nichols also stops by with the latest news on a controversy between LPGA leadership and the CME Group over golfers not attending a dinner during the Tour Championship. Mike Weir (7:21) Beth Ann Nichols (23:24)
Today Ellen and Denise are talking to Ellie and Carrie Monahan. They are sisters and as some of you might know they are the daughters of Katie Couric, an American journalist and author. They just started a podcast and I listen to every Friday when they drop episodes. The title is: “All Each Other Has.” We love listening to the voices of these young adults - Ellie (a millennial ) and Carrie (on the Gen Z cusp). They analyze all kinds of topics, but today we talk to them about a couple of things.1. The first SIBLING RELATIONSHIPS. They explain that the podcast is titled - “All Each Other Has,” because their mother always told them -- “Be nice to each other – you are all each other has.” And as parents of adult children, we all want our children to be close to their siblings because as they say: "you are all each other has."They tell us their journey to being close (it was not always that way) and the role the death of their father Jay Monahan , who died when Ellie was five and Carrie was two-year-old. Also the week before the interview, their mother announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She is doing well but we talk a bit about this and what it means to adult children when your parents share this type of news. We also discuss how it feels to add a stepfather into your life as a young adult. They give some good advice on how to break the "marriage" news to your young adult children and what it is like to have your single parent dating! We ask some general questions about adult children and their feelings toward key topics of interest to parents. They are very bright insightful young women. We think you will like this.We also share the news of Ellen's new book coming in March - but now available on pre-order from Amazon. The book, Bright Kids Who Couldn't Care Less, though written with a child in mind, translates to the young adult who is so bright and capable but just cannot seem to launch. We are going to talk about this in an upcoming episode. Thanks so much to Connie Gorant Fisher, our audio engineer.Support us P L E A S E!Buy us a coffee: LINK HEREBuy a mug: LINK HEREGreat Deal for Listeners!Denise's favorite shape-wear company. Denise particularly LOVES their best selling Truekind Daily Comfort Wireless Bra. "It holds you up and is so comfortable. I am hooked - truly," says Denise. Use this link and just put biteyourtongue (one word) in the CODE at checkout. Follow up on our social media platforms Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn And remember - sometimes you might just have to BITE YOUR TONGUE!
Other than his otherworldly skill at golf, Joel Dahmen is just like us. A native of Clarkston, Wash. (population 7,229), he likes cold beer and football and, presumably, apple pie. While Tiger Woods's maniacal workouts led to a physique that resembles a martini glass, Dahmen is unbothered by his dad bod. Think of him as the pro next door. In this episode Dahmen speaks candidly about his long road to the PGA Tour and the stress that comes with having to fight for his job. He talks about what he learned moonlighting as a caddie for a friend at Q School, and takes listeners behind the scenes of Max Homa's baby shower. As a member of the Player Advisory Council, Dahmen sheds light on the Tour's boardroom machinations and what Jay Monahan is like behind closed doors. At every turn he is self-deprecating and amusing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Litigation updates, litigation updates, and more litigation updates. The PGA Tour has answered the LIV suit in California and filed a counterclaim. Does it have any more merit than the defamation lawsuit the dynamic duo of Reed and Klayman have moved to Florida?Also, OTP Lefty ruminates on Rory's master plan, we discuss whether Jay Monahan has any real future as PGA Tour Commissioner, and another episode of The Ratings Game!
We are joined by Mark Brazil, the Executive Director of the Wyndham Championship, this week. Mark discuss how he got to his role today, with a few fun stories along the way. He also breaks down his team and what they do to get an event ready for the PGA Tour. Sponsors exemptions are a topic as to how those get selected at various events each week. We then, of course, get into what is going on in the world of professional golf with LIV and the changes coming at the PGA Tour. How does this affect the Wyndham? How does Mark think Jay Monahan has done? We get answers from someone deep in the conversations being held behind the scenes.
Die PGA-toernooi se kommissaris, Jay Monahan, sê die moontlikheid van 'n vredesooreenkoms met die LIV-gholfreeks is iets van die verlede. Die PGA het talle veranderinge aangebring vir die 2022-2023-seisoen om seker te maak die topspelers kry by 'n dosyn aangewese geleenthede kans om vir groot geld te speel om te keer dat hulle weggelok word deur die Saoedi-ondersteunde reeks. Monahan sê hy glo die PGA-toernooi is steeds die sport se beste:
Let's go private. New Tigers uniforms. Doug gives us an awesome Cardinal rant. New shirts on TMASTLshop.com. Going private. How much does PlowHawk and Prod Joe weigh? Raw meat. The audio of Dan Wolken upset he was on hold during live reads. Was he upset? Archives. Forecast coming. Merch ideas. TM-Ayyyyy! Fan page erotica. Top 10 OnlyFans earners. Mr. Lix joins us and is critical. Mr. Lix talks PGA Tour vs. LIV and Jay Monahan.
Episode 227 was EPIC Jet-setting Jay catches heat for making the PGA Tour jet his private vacation chariot Jon Rahm squashes LIV rumors Swing Training Aid talk Support Our Sponsors: Blueteesgolf.com - The next generation rangefinder deserves an unrivaled experience. Modern design, advanced technology, and high-end features - all at a fraction of the cost compared to the competition. Use Coupon Code: DADBOD to take 10% off your order Liquid-iv.com - The breakthrough science of Cellular Transport Technology® (CTT), utilized in all of our products, is based on an optimal ratio of ingredients designed to enhance rapid absorption of water and other nutrients into your bloodstream. Use Coupon Code: DADBODGOLFPOD to take 15% off your order Byrdiegolf.com - We believe in access and affordability. Our vision is an inclusive brand that gives everyone who's been curious about the game of golf an opportunity to get outside and play. Use coupon code Dadbod22 and take 15% off your next set! Swannies.co - Swannies is a modern brand for golfers who want to look good regardless of where they're playing (or how well). Perfect for Dadbods! Use coupon code DADBODGOLFPOD-25 for 25% off your next order! PrimoGolfApparel.com - Get AHEAD of the curve and check out their amazing selection of joggers. The material is incredible. The fit is superb. And the look will be sure to turn heads. Use coupon code dadpod15 for 15% off your next order! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dadbodgolfpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dadbodgolfpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DadBodGolfPod
The Chicago Marathon is a couple of weeks early as the gang powers through the longest episode in pod history. We start by following Jay Monahan's Citation X escapades from Montana to St. Lucia. Then OTP gives us a preview of what to expect at LIV Chicago, including the musical stylings of St. Lucia. desertduffer introduces a new LLG game show -- The Ratings Game (44:40). Eventually, OTP gets a second wind and delivers a very loud love letter to the PGA Tour's Jimmy Walker, leaving JScore and our listeners thoroughly confused about the meaning of Haters and Losers of the week (1:17). There's also a litigation update and a giveaway reminder in there somewhere, too.
This delayed Wednesday episode drops on the heels of a WSJ story on Jay Monahan's private plane usage, PGA Tour expenditures, questions about an “efficient” global home and “unusually fast” aircraft, a Tour with 750+ employees, and and tax filing language that put the whole place under the microscope in a way its not accustomed to. Andy and Brendan react to the article, both superficial and substantive. With the new season upon us, they get back to an SGS tradition: over-unders, with some serious and some not-so-serious. Shhhedule for the week focuses on the potential Ryder Cup prep taking place over in Italy, where a handful of Euro stars are playing while the Americans sit at home for the Pres Cup.
Saudi-backed LIV Golf is throwing hundreds of millions of dollars at top pro golfers in an attempt to lure them away from the PGA Tour. The Tour is responding with massively-increased prize money and more player-friendly tournaments. Here to discuss these unprecedented changes and their unsavory ramifications is Rich Beem, winner of the 2002 PGA Championship and analyst for SKY Sports Golf. Rich shares his candid and often funny insights into where this crazy mess is headed, which league is in a stronger position, whether LIV golfers will be able to play major tournaments like the Masters or The Open Championship, whether PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan is sleeping well at night, and why his dog is named after a town in Minnesota. We also discuss the history of money in golf and how Tiger Woods changed the game forever.
Hank Haney responds to Rory McIlroy's comments about LIV Golf after his Tour Championship victory. Hank wonders why PGA TOUR players hate LIV Golf especially since it's made everybody more money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we break down our way too early predictions for the upcoming 2023 season such as Rory McIlroy becoming OWGR #1 Player and wins the Masters, Hideki Matsuyama goes to LIV, Tiger Woods plays in 8 tournaments & Jay Monahan stays as PGA commissioner. We also say that Netflix set up LIV Golf You can find more of our content on OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL! Social Media Twitter: @BAGsGolf Tik Tok: @BAGsGolf Instagram: @bags.golf We are sponsored by Travis Mathew. Enjoy 20% of your first order when you use our link: travismathew.pxf.io/gbVMBO We are partnered with Callaway Golf. Shop Callaway & support by the BAGs Team: https://prf.hn/l/PkYbm9p We are partnered with OGIO. Shop OGIO & support the BAGs Team: https://prf.hn/l/kgJALNb
Hank Haney reacts to all the changes the PGA TOUR will enact in the future, and then he explains why this was a long time coming. Hank also shares his passionate thoughts on hypocrisy from golf media and viewers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
House and Hubbard recap the FedEx Cup Tournament resulting in Rory Mcllroy taking home his third title after going head-to-head with Scottie Scheffler (1:14). Then, they address Jay Monahan's announcement that confirms structural changes to the PGA Tour, and discuss what this means for the upcoming season, LIV Golf, and future professional athletes (13:52). Hosts: Joe House and Nathan Hubbard Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rory McIlroy Wins His 3rd FedEx Cup | Tour Championship Recap | PGA Player of the Year | Fantasy National | House of the Dragon Recap The Tour Championship came down to the wire on Sunday with Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler making a charge for the title. Sungjae Im, Xander Schauffele, Max Homa and Justin Thomas were all in the running. Rory was able to close out the tournament to win the FedEx Cup. We chat through the tournament and details and what to expect in the coming weeks. LIV Golf is playing a tournament in Boston this week. Notable new golfers expected to join the tour include Cam Smith, Cameron Tringale, Marc Leishman, Joaquin Neimann, Harold Varner III, Mito Pereira and more. We chat through our predictions on PGA Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year and more. Rory McIlory and Tiger Woods have announced a new PGA Tour partnership. Jay Monahan announced key changes to the PGA Tour next season with a tour within the tour scenario and elevated events. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support
Episode 218 was EPIC Kyle is back PGA Tour announces BIG CHANGE$ We give our takes on all of it Enjoy the Tour Championship Support Our Sponsors: Blueteesgolf.com - The next generation rangefinder deserves an unrivaled experience. Modern design, advanced technology, and high-end features - all at a fraction of the cost compared to the competition. Use Coupon Code: DADBOD to take 10% off your order Liquid-iv.com - The breakthrough science of Cellular Transport Technology® (CTT), utilized in all of our products, is based on an optimal ratio of ingredients designed to enhance rapid absorption of water and other nutrients into your bloodstream. Use Coupon Code: DADBODGOLFPOD to take 15% off your order Byrdiegolf.com - We believe in access and affordability. Our vision is an inclusive brand that gives everyone who's been curious about the game of golf an opportunity to get outside and play. Use coupon code Dadbod22 and take 15% off your next set! Swannies.co - Swannies is a modern brand for golfers who want to look good regardless of where they're playing (or how well). Perfect for Dadbods! Use coupon code DADBODGOLFPOD-25 for 25% off your next order! PrimoGolfApparel.com - Get AHEAD of the curve and check out their amazing selection of joggers. The material is incredible. The fit is superb. And the look will be sure to turn heads. Use coupon code dadpod15 for 15% off your next order! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dadbodgolfpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dadbodgolfpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DadBodGolfPod
In this Golf Central Podcast presented by Callaway Golf, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner react to the PGA Tour's new schedule changes and how it impacts the future of the Tour, plus they break down the field for the Tour Championship.
August is winding down but the summer of upheaval and change in pro golf continues with the PGA Tour announcing its next move in the battle against LIV. It's a series of moves, really, dramatically re-shaping what the Tour is, who controls it, and acknowledging some truths that many have been shouting about for years. Andy and Brendan discuss the new “elevated” tour, how it will all fit into the schedule, who should get the credit (thank u Mr. Mickelson!), and if Jay Monahan and his team are the right people to implement it all going forward. They also discuss the notion that the Tour copied LIV. Rory and Tiger's new TGL project is also pondered at length, as Monday Night golf returns in a new way.
Matt Adams and Producer Dom discuss the seismic changes announced by the PGA Tour and what it could mean for the future of golf plus we hear from PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan.
Host and Producer of Golf Talk Canada, Mark Zecchino joined OverDrive to chat about the recent changes to the PGA Tour, Jay Monahan's comments, Greg Norman's legacy, the ramifications of players leaving the PGA Tour, the CP Women's Open and Brooke Henderson's first round.
After beginning all the way back in Napa for the Fortinet Championship, the 2021-2022 FedEx Cup season ends this week at East Lake Golf Club. Our busy schedules actually had us delay this podcast till today (recorded on 8-24) and we are thankful for that! Listen in as we recap Jordan's 40 holes of contention in Wilmington, our thoughts on the Tour Championship this week, and of course the recent developments regarding the Tour released by Jay Monahan. Enjoy! Thrive Fantasy: https://www.thrivefantasy.com/?promo=GGT
Jay Monahan and Rory McIlroy addressed the media today to discuss major changes to the PGA TOUR and a new, stadium-based league to help usher the TOUR into a new era. We have wall to wall coverage of the announcement and what it all means, Anna and Jaime welcome in Paige Mackenzie and Eamon Lynch for their insight. Meanwhile Todd Lewis and Rex Hoggard contribute insight from the golf course as they gauge the atmosphere around the news of the day.
Iggy's break activities. New Lakers documentary. Jeanie Buss. Magic Johnson. Jay Monahan with his state of the union. Ryan Kelley joins us to recap his climb in Ecuador and the money raised for the kids. Elevated events for the 2023 PGA Tour schedule. LIV golf, unintentionally, made the tour better. What's the deal with the podcast? Does Jackson think it's beneath him to upload it?
Werds and JE break down Will "The Kid" Zalatoris's big win at the St. Jude, Werds's big weekly win in the BLC league, Tiger cucking Jay Monahan, Patrick Reed suing Brandel and the Golf Channel, and then head up to Delaware to break down the BMW Championship and give the last shit picks of the season.
This Wednesday episode is out early as Andy and Brendan react to news of a players-only meeting that will include a visit from Tiger Woods as the remaining PGA Tour loyalists try to rally the troops and also discuss, reportedly, the job security of commissioner Jay Monahan and major championship boycotts. They ponder the meeting in light of the news that Cam Smith, rumored LIV boy, has withdrawn from the BMW. The U.S. Amateur is given the event of the week, with some top names and amusing names highlighted, Ridgewood previewed, and the meandering TV schedule panned. Does NBCUni just have too many golf rights and is this week proof of that? They get off some BMW Champ one-and-dones, a few notes about Wilmington, and then to an angry reaction to the news that the once historic Western Open will go to Baltimore and St. Louis in two upcoming years, with Chicago slated to host just once in a six-year span.
Treat me like a pirate... An article about a male stripper giving the lowdown on the industry. The Fan Page. 'A boner is nature'. Iggy vs. Facebook. BMW Championship. Jay Monahan. Last time BMW was in STL. Bar Napoli. Fry discussion. Iggy's meal selection. Iggy vs. The Listeners. Mr. Lix pans the STL Area restaurants. Chauncey calls in. Sandwich spots.
First, Hank explains what the key motivation is behind most decisions made in professional sports and then he shares why it was an obvious decision for Stenson to join LIV, despite losing the Ryder Cup captaincy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys discuss the hottest topic in golf, the LIV Tour vs. the PGA Tour. Is this actually sustainable? Do you blame the players for leaving the PGA Tour? And what do you make of the adjustments Jay Monahan has already made to improve the opportunities for those that choose to spurn LIV? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First, Hank Haney wonders where the PGA TOUR got more money from to increase purses or if the money has been there the entire time (1:00). And then Hank explains how professional golf is becoming more and more a players league (22:00). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Friday episode is here to carry you into the weekend with some thoughts on the Women's PGA Championship beating up the best in the world early in the week, and the meritless complaints about it being too hard and long. There's some brief chatter about the Prince's push in Hartford and Living and Working in Maine. Then there's a review of Jay Monahan's press conference in Hartford, with particular ire for his comments about dealing with an “irrational actor” or opponent. Flashback Friday is on the old McDonald's LPGA Championship and centers around Suzann Pettersen and Se Ri Pak victories, as well as some Michelle Wie controversies that had one legend saying she showed “a lack of respect and class.”
In this episode, Hank Haney reacts to Brooks Koepka signing with LIV Golf and then he talks about the PGA TOUR's response to keep the top players satisfied. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First, the Great Predictor Steve Johnson welcomes Minnesota Tim to the exclusive club of fatherhood (1:00) and then the Great Predictor explains why he has no interest in playing Brookline, the site where the U.S. Open was held (10:00). Later, the guys discuss the hypocrisy surrounding the LIV Golf tour (32:00). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 266 of Sports Bliss with Rob and Kris, Rob and Kristie start the episode with some NFL news. They discuss the recent announcement that Rob Gronkowski has decided to retire. They debate what Gronk will do in the future and even speculate if he will make a return to the NFL at a later date. Then Kristie shares Fitzmagic's news that he will also retire and become an analyst with the Amazon Thursday night broadcast. Then they take a turn and Kristie gives an update on Brian Flores lawsuit with the NFL. In final NFL news, Rob and Kristie discuss Roger Goodell's recent comments about Daniel Snyder and the Washington Commanders. Next, Rob and Kristie dive into the NBA and discuss the Orlando Magic and the NBA draft. Rob then shares some interesting statistics on the influence number one picks have on winning an NBA title. They also discuss some of the NBA players that have won a title with the team that drafter them number one. Finally, Rob gives an update on the saga between the PGA tour and the LIV tour. Rob shares that more players have left the PGA for the LIV tour and also shares the PGA commissioner Jay Monahan's recent comments on the LIV tour. Rob and Kristie debate how these comments will effect the future of both leagues. As always Rob and Kristie end the episode with trivia and a would you rather. If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe, rate, and tell your friends or anyone you think would enjoy our podcast. Text or leave voice messages for us at (407)494-6420 and we may read or play them on the next episode. Mentioned in this episode: Please support our sponsor for this episode Athletic Greens. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/SPORTSBLISS. Again, that is athleticgreens.com/SPORTSBLISS to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance! https://sports-bliss-with-rob-and-kris.captivate.fm/https-athleticgreens-com-sportsbliss (Athletic Greens)
On the heels of the Brooks Koepka - LIV announcement and Jay Monahan's press conference, we fire up a bonus midweek pod and we're joined by Max Homa to detail his thoughts on Koepka's move, the pending counters from Ponte Vedra, his reasons for staying on the PGA Tour, and the decision process that pros are going through when they get an offer from LIV.
Scott Van Pelt and Stanford Steve recap Steve's week of parenting solo, share their first swim meet update and dread the prospect of working on Father's Day. Then, they discuss the Celtics facing elimination in the NBA Finals, why they're happy for Andrew Wiggins, the Lightning vying for a third straight Stanley Cup, the U.S. Open, what Jay Monahan should do in the wake of the LIV defections, Steve's hypothetical and the Oklahoma softball juggernaut. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
U.S. Open week has arrived but there's plenty to dispense with from a monumental weekend in the professional game. Andy and Brendan begin first with Rory McIlroy's win at the Canadian Open, battling JT in front of a full-throated crowd and then taking a shot at Greg Norman on the way out of town. They praise most of the product on display, while cautioning against extrapolating anything larger from it. Jay Monahan's appearance in the booth on CBS is critiqued, and they wonder what's possibly next for the commish. The LIV Saturday finale is reviewed and it's debated whether “exhibition” is the perfect term for that snoozefest finish where the only thing notable was the payout. They close by hailing Linn Grant's dominance in a mixed event, as well as the lopsided Curtis Cup that may need to broaden the net. Lastly, the pro shop currently has a Father's Day sale ongoing, with some new Brookline-themed polos and other merch -- everything is 15% off auto-applied at checkout.
Chris Carlin and Chris Canty, in for Greeny, discuss if Jayson Tatum is still a superstar in the league after his poor performances in the Finals. Mike Tannenbaum, ESPN NFL Front Office Insider joins the show to talk about offseason storylines including Lamar Jackson, Terry McLaurin, Jack Del Rio, DK Metcalf, and more. Chris and Chris discuss Jay Monahan's decision to suspend LIV golfers from the PGA Tour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's word of the day is ‘613' as in my favorite number as in number of career victories Red Holtzman had as head coach of the Knicks as in the number of rules/commandments in Judaism. Just stay with me here. (5:00) Tom Brady is not going to tell you the truth. He loves to fool people. It's what he does. He was asked about the reports about him being a QB/Owner for the Miami Dolphins and it wasn't truthful. He chose his words very carefully, but he did not fool us. (15:35) Tony La Russa made a decision in yesterday's White Sox loss that blew a lot of people's minds. Let's discuss what this was and why La Russa is so stuck in his ways. (25:40) The PGA has suspended every golfer who is playing in LIV Golf. Let's discuss about the letter that Jay Monahan sent. It's a fascinating time in golf. Did Monahan's letter stick the landing? No. (36:25) Review: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. (38:55) NPPOD. (40:40) Lebron James wants to own an NBA team. He wants the Las Vegas team. He's an investor in Fenway Sports Group. Liverpool. Boston Red Sox. Will they get the NBA team for him? Will LeBron be an owner, part owner, say he's an owner? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This Friday episode jumps right into a whirlwind day that may be the start of fundamentally changed pro golf landscape. Andy and Brendan react to the first broadcast of the first ever LIV Golf round. Did it surpass expectations or devolve into the shitshow that was anticipated? Did the golf even matter? Where is the leaderboard?! They discuss the amusements and disappointments, and who came off most debased as sportswasher of the day. Then they get into the PGA Tour's announcement that all defectors were suspended, and what that might actually mean in practice. Some legal counsel who's been digging through the bylaws sends along a few thoughts of how things might go next or different options available to players. They also discuss if Jay Monahan can save his tour with the status quo, and how pro golf is all going to be worse off for this.
DB is joined by former NFL RB, Danny Woodhead, to discuss the latest developments around the LIV Golf League including; the players jumping ship, the PGA TOUR's biggest issues, how Jay Monahan responds, the awful team names and logos, and more. This was a spontaneous spur of the moment podcast streamed live on YouTube if you'd like to check it out over on the TJ YouTube channel, then you can see the graphics discussed. 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. Winning starts at Covers.com. Covers is the place for the last 25 years for people that love sports and love to win. Get exclusive membership discounts at Fantasy National Golf Club by using this link. Leave an honest iTunes Review. DB & Pat love reading all of these. It improves the show.