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Latest podcast episodes about Juli Inkster

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Juli Inkster, World Golf Hall of Famer & 7 Time Major Champion, Joins Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 25:03


Juli Inkster and I talk about he lifetime journey in golf. She shares stories about playing on the boy's golf team in high school, winning 17 times during her college career at San Jose State, winning 3 consecutive Women's US Amateur Championships, winning 31 times and 7 majors on the LPGA Tour, being the winning Captain twice of the US Solheim Cup team, and finally being elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Neal Lancaster, Juli Inkster, & Chris Finn Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 99:30


In this episode, I'm joined by Champions Tour Pro Neal Lancaster, World Golf Hall of Famer Juli Inkster, and Par 4 Success Founder Chris Finn. Neal Lancaster shares stories of how he taught himself how to play the game through pictures in magazines. We how he went from having $93 to his name and a van to making $96,000 in 4 months on mini Tours which led to him earning his Tour card. We also hear about his win at the 1994 Byron Nelson Classic and how he became the only player in PGA Tour history to shoot 29 on any 9 holes in US Open history. He did at the 1995 US Open at Shinnecock Hills. To prove it wasn't a fluke he did it again the following year in the US Open at Oakland Hills. Juli Inkster talks about her remarkable career which started with playing on the boy's golf team in high school, to winning 17 times during her college career at San Jose State, to winning 3 consecutive Women's US Amateur Championships, to winning 31 times and 7 majors on the LPGA Tour, to being the winning Captain twice of the US Solheim Cup team and being elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame. Chris Finn tells us how we can unlock more power and gain more clubhouse speed and we can do it training at home. Chris talks us through it and set up a free place for us to do it online at www.par4success.com/next

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Tour Legends Neal Lancaster & Juli Inkster Plus Par 4 Success Founder Chris Finn

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 100:00


Tour Legends Neal Lancaster, Juli Inkster, Plus Par 4 Success Founder Chris Finn join me...

Your Golfer’s Almanac
June 27 2022 - Your Golfer's Almanac #87

Your Golfer’s Almanac

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:11


Your Golfer's Almanac for Today, Monday, June 27th, 2022. Catherine Lacoste Birthday Richard Crawford Birthday David Leadbetter Birthday Brits win 1933 Ryder Cup On Learning Golf published in 1946 Juli Inkster wins 1999 LPGA Championship Nelly Korda wins 2021 LPGA Championship Percy Boomer Quote Today in Golf History is a GolfToons Production - Written, Produced, and Narrated by Michael Duranko --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/golfers-almanac/message

Golf Today
JOAQUIN THE DREAM! | Feb. 22

Golf Today

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 71:55


Win a golf tournament wire-to-wire AND get a trophy from Tiger Woods?! Joaquinn Niemann is clearly killing it, how could we not ask him to be on Golf Today? Plenty more guests too as 2022 Bob Jones Award recipient Juli Inkster as well as 2004 Honda Classic Champion Todd Hamilton join the program. Plus, with the Honda Classic approaching, we test how much Shane and Eamon know about the legendary "Bear Trap" at PGA National. Joaquinn Niemann: 45:18 Juli Inkster: 32:50 Todd Hamilton: 1:03:08

USGA Golf Journal
Megha Ganne

USGA Golf Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 22:24


Teenager Megha Ganne grabbed headlines in the 2021 U.S. Women's Open at The Olympic Club, sharing the lead after Round 1 and finishing in a tie for 14th. Ganne, of Holmdel, N.J., joins the podcast to talk about her start in the game, as well as sharing a stage with two of her idols, Juli Inkster and Danielle Kang, at a U.S. Women's Open event in New York City.Originally aired in January 2022

Golf Today
OPEN FOR BUSINESS! | Jan. 11

Golf Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 60:52


We are (SONY) Open for business on Golf Today! "Open" is the operative word as Shane, Eamon and Paige continue to break down the field at the SONY Open and we welcome in Steve Burkowski with live reporting from Hawaii. Two-time U.S. Women's Open champion Juli Inkster joins the program as well to discuss the recent growth of the women's national championship. LPGA star Madelene Sagstrom comes on to talk about the highs and lows of her past season and what she's hoping to accomplish in 2022. Lastly, Ryan French from Monday Q Info stops by to shed light on a potential scam that has rocked the world of mini-tour golf, and its long term ramifications. Steve Burkowski: 23:08 Juli Inkster: 26:35 Madelene Sagstrom: 35:48 Ryan French: 50:10

The CJ Silas Show on ESPN Radio 1280
The CJ Silas Show (Juli Inkster) 9-29-21

The CJ Silas Show on ESPN Radio 1280

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 50:19


CJ wants MLB to get more attention during this exciting last week of the year. Plus, LPGA Golfer Juli Inkster stops by to talk about the lack of women mentors in her career. Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, & Michael Moore Sports Recovery.

ForeFathers
Episode 41: Solheim Cup Excitement

ForeFathers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 68:11


Today's episode is all about the Solheim Cup. We recap a great weekend of amazing competition, despite the USA coming up short to the European team 15-13. We rave about Inverness Club's set up of the course, the shotmaking brilliance under pressure, and the appropriate mix of exhibition/competition with the first tee DJ, Juli Inkster dancing,  and players doing karaoke. We came away from the weekend really impressed with Brittany Altomare, Matilda Castren, and Leona Maguire as players who really came up big over the course of the event.Okay ... fine, we did talk about the Tour Championship for a brief minute, but only to bemoan the fact, yet again, that this was not really a playoff.  And guess who the captain picks for the Ryder Cup will be and whether Brooks is healthy enough to play.Finally we wonder if the PGA Tour will stay out of their own way with the announcement of a "Drive to Survive" like show with Netflix over the coming year and who might be part of the 12 man roster they will work with.

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network
The Cheryl Reeve Show 152 - The Olympics

Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 24:48


Lynx boss Cheryl Reeve on the Olympics, then LPGA great Juli Inkster on the Legends Classic. Supported by LPGA Land O'Lakes Legends Classic presented by The Meadows at Mystic Lake August 6th and 7th (https://legendsclassicmn.com/,) Rudy Luther Toyota (https://www.rudyluthertoyota.com/,) Vibe realtor Cara Quinn (https://caraquinnrealtor.com/) & Glory Ramsey of Successful Marketing Group (https://www.instagram.com/successfulbizowners)

The Cheryl Reeve Show - Minnesota Lynx - WNBA

Lynx boss Cheryl Reeve on the Olympics, then LPGA great Juli Inkster on the Legends Classic. Supported by LPGA Land O'Lakes Legends Classic presented by The Meadows at Mystic Lake August 6th and 7th (https://legendsclassicmn.com/,) Rudy Luther Toyota (https://www.rudyluthertoyota.com/,) Vibe realtor Cara Quinn (https://caraquinnrealtor.com/) & Glory Ramsey of Successful Marketing Group (https://www.instagram.com/successfulbizowners)

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Fried Egg Stories: The Qualifier

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 35:37


On April 26, 73 players arrived at Half Moon Bay Golf Links with hopes of qualifying for the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open at Olympic Club. One of them was Juli Inkster, Hall of Famer and seven-time major champion. Now 60 years old, Inkster was paired with two teenagers who hadn’t been born when she last won a major. Also in the qualifier field was Lucy Li, who in 2014 became the youngest player ever to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open. In this edition of Fried Egg Stories, we follow all four contestants through a 36-hole day at Half Moon Bay. Who, in the end, will be the qualifier? This episode is brought to you by the U.S. Women’s Open.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Purtzer Takes Us Through His Playing Career Including His Success on the West Coast and Near Misses at the 1977 & '79 US Opens & 1982 Open Championship

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 30:34


Tom Purtzer takes us through some of his 9 Tour victories, why he was so successful on the West Coast, plus his Top 10 finishes in the 1977 & '79 US Opens and the 1982 Open Championship at Royal Troon. We also hear about his twin daughters and why they were named after Robin Yount and Juli Inkster.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Tom Patri, Tom Purtzer, Rob Strano, & Darren Pang Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 121:42


Two of the Top Instructors in the game, Tom Patri and Rob Strano plus PGA Tour Legend Tom Purtzer, and former NHL Goalie turned Broadcaster, and Golf Enthusiast Darren Pang are next on the tee with me this week. Tom Patri shares his thoughts on the new PGA Tour Incentive Program, plus memories from working with Seve Ballesteros, and how teaching has changed over the years. Tom Purtzer takes us through some of his 9 Tour victories, why he was so successful on the West Coast, plus his Top 10 finishes in the 1977 & '79 US Opens and the 1982 Open Championship at Royal Troon. We also hear about his twin daughters and why they were named after Robin Yount and Juli Inkster. Rob Strano takes us inside his great TV show, The Golf Kingdom. Rob also spent some time recently with Collin Montgomery at Rob's Golf Academy in Destin, Florida. We also get some tips to help us improve our chipping and putting. We round out the show with former Chicago Blackhawks Goalie turned TV Broadcaster Darren Pang. Panger shares stories from his junior hockey days right up through his time with the Blackhawks. We hear about some of his golf buddies like Wayne Gretzky, Dan Quinn, and Steve Yzerman. Plus we hear how he got to call hockey in the Winter Olympics and work alongside the Vin Scully of hockey, Doc Emrick.

Fore the Ladies
Ladies of Golf: Elizabeth Nelson, writer & singer-songwriter

Fore the Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 39:50


For this Ladies of Golf episode we welcomed a freaking rock star. Yes, really. Elizabeth Nelson is a singer-songwriter for the DC-based garage punk band The Paranoid Style. She is a regular contributor to The Ringer, Oxford American, Pitchfork and The Golfer's Journal. We talked about her love of the sport and its characters, her writing style and how music has a place in golf. Before we get into the interview, Abby recaps the busy weekend for women's golf, including Tsubasa Kajitani's victory at the Augusta National Women's Amateur and Patty Tavatanakit's wire-to-wire win at the ANA Inspiration. Lydia Ko made a huge run during the final round, posting a 62 to tie the 18-hole scoring record at the ANA. Meanwhile, Patty delivered a flawless final round to become the first rookie to win the ANA Inspiration since Juli Inkster in 1984. She put on a clinic AND delivered fireworks, people.

The Shotgun Start
An SGS Spotlight on Juli Inkster, U.S. Women’s Open legend

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 73:46


On the occasion of this week’s 75th U.S. Women’s Open, this Spotlight episode focuses on the Hall-of-Fame career of Juli Inkster, and specifically her 2002 national championship triumph over Annika Sorenstam at historic Prairie Dunes. Brendan and Andy begin with Inkster’s earliest days as a player, growing up next to the 14th fairway at Pasatiempo, not taking up the game in earnest until 15, and then winning an astonishing three straight U.S. Women’s Amateur titles. Then they transition to her work as a pro, notably winning her first major at the Nabisco following some delectable TV controversy. Within the context of the continued challenges that only women pros must face, they discuss the impacts of motherhood on her career, and how it essentially split her career into two parts, with a lengthy drought in the middle. Then there’s a focus on her 35-year career at the U.S. Open -- there’s the questionable ruling and kick-in-the-gut playoff loss at Oakmont in 1992, her first win in an amusing Mississippi setting, and the all-time final round at a roaring Prairie Dunes to clip Annika in 2002.

SGV Master Key Podcast
Angel Yin - Turned down division 1 scholarships to turn pro at age 17.

SGV Master Key Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2020 43:46


Angel Yin is an American professional golfer currently playing in her 5th season (2020) on the LPGA Tour. As a junior golfer, Angel won the 7–8 year old Junior World Golf Championships, won the California State Women’s Amateur as a 12 year old and again as a 14 year old, was the youngest player at the 2011 U.S. Women's Amateur, was co-medalist at a U.S. Women's Amateur, and was the youngest player in the field at the 2012 Women's U.S. Open (also the second youngest in history).In 2015, Angel competed in the Junior Solheim Cup. As a professional, Angel posted five top-5 finishes in 2017. Her game and personality caught the attention from Juli Inkster, U.S. Solheim Cup captain, who named Yin as a captain's pick for the 2017 Solheim Cup. Angel became the youngest player on either team. On December 9, 2017, she won the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic for her first professional victory.Angel was born and raised in Southern California. She’s since moved to Florida but maintains that Arcadia is still “feels like home” to her. Her upcoming goals are to play for the United States in the upcoming Solheim Cup and to represent her country in the Olympics. In her spare time, Angel enjoys fishing, hiking, and long drives in her car (as well as on the golf course).__________MusicPodcast Intro and OutroEveryday, Jason Farnhmam, YouTube Audio LibraryPodcast AdvertisementI love you, Vibe Tracks, YouTube Audio LibrarySour Tennessee Red (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio LibraryDewey, Cheedham, and Howe (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio Library

10 Minute Mindset
Ep 830: Charlie Mechem: Allowing the Story to Unfold

10 Minute Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 18:13


Charlie Mechem is back for part two of our conversation on the podcast. In this episode Charlie shares the second half of his incredible story in business and in life, he shares his principle of allowing the story to unfold and opportunities to find him, we talk about some of the major deals he was able to make as a high powered CEO, and he also mentions he would do differently if he had to go back in time and do it all over again. Charlie’s remarkable business career spans six decades and includes stints as a lawyer, CEO of the Taft Broadcasting empire of media outlets that owned the iconic Hanna-Barbera cartoon company, and the Commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. He was also business partners with the iconic Arnold Palmer and shared an office with “The King” in Orlando for years.  But Charlie is not all business. Born in Nelsonville, Ohio, Charlie still thinks of himself as a small-town boy who loves the thrill of a roller coaster ride and the challenge of a round of golf with friends. And good friends is something Charlie has always had plenty of! In fact, you have probably heard of quite a few of them: astronaut Neil Armstrong, NFL coach Paul Brown, restaurant magnate Dave Thomas, and professional golfers Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Mickey Wright, Nancy Lopez, Annika Sorenstam, and Juli Inkster. Charlie is a consummate storyteller, and he uses his great deal of experience, wisdom, and joy to help professionals become more engaging speakers. His book, Total Anecdotal, and podcast, 15 Minutes with Charlie, were made to share his insights and help readers and listeners become better presenters.  Connect with Charlie at CharlieMechem.com and follow him on LInkedIn. Subscribe to Charlie’s podcast: 15 Minutes with Charlie. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

10 Minute Mindset
Ep 829: Charlie Mechem: Humility, Experience, and Wisdom

10 Minute Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 15:45


Charlie Mechem’s remarkable business career spans six decades and includes stints as a lawyer, CEO of the Taft Broadcasting empire of media outlets that owned the iconic Hanna-Barbera cartoon company, and the Commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. Charlie joined me on the podcast to talk about the power of humility in success, his amazing story growing up and creating business success, and he also shares some great wisdom that he acquired along the way. Charlie was also business partners with the iconic Arnold Palmer and shared an office with “The King” in Orlando for years. But Charlie is not all business. Born in Nelsonville, Ohio, Charlie still thinks of himself as a small-town boy who loves the thrill of a roller coaster ride and the challenge of a round of golf with friends.  And good friends is something Charlie has always had plenty of! In fact, you have probably heard of quite a few of them: astronaut Neil Armstrong, NFL coach Paul Brown, restaurant magnate Dave Thomas, and professional golfers Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Mickey Wright, Nancy Lopez, Annika Sorenstam, and Juli Inkster. Charlie is a consummate storyteller, and he uses his great deal of experience, wisdom, and joy to help professionals become more engaging speakers. His book, Total Anecdotal, and podcast, 15 Minutes with Charlie, were made to share his insights and help readers and listeners become better presenters.  Connect with Charlie at CharlieMechem.com and follow him on LInkedIn. Subscribe to Charlie’s podcast: 15 Minutes with Charlie. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon
Ep. 142 - Juli Inkster

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 47:42


Hall of Famer who is second in LPGA career wins and first in American wins for the Solheim Cup, Juli Inkster, steps into The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon to breakdown her latest Solheim Cup, how much work goes into captaining the Solheim Cup, the exhilarating final putt of the 2019 Solheim Cup, the current state of Juli's golf game, Juli's passion for golf and MUCH more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fore Play
Juli Inkster, for America

Fore Play

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 89:02


American Solheim Cup Captain Juli Inkster joins the show (61:42) to talk all things Solheim Cup, from playing in hostile territory to using motivational tools to what it's like reeling in Danielle Kang. Before Juli, the bottled water debate intensifies, we honor Arnold Palmer on his would-be 90th birthday, and we tackle some From The Gallery submissions.

Golf Channel Podcast
Juli Inkster

Golf Channel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2019 19:43


U.S. captain Juli Inkster joins Will Gray on the latest Golf Channel Podcast prior to next month's Solheim Cup at Gleneagles. Inkster discusses why she used her two captain's picks on veterans Stacy Lewis and Morgan Pressel, and breaks down the U.S. teams chances to win their third straight Solheim Cup.

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show
Fairways of Life w Matt Adams-Wed Aug 21 (Tour Champ PV, Pressers)

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 50:45


Matt Adams breaks down all 30 players in the field at the Tour Championship. We hear from Matt Kuchar, Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson, Juli Inkster and more.

An AARP Take On Today
[42] The U.S. Senior Women’s Open: A Major Success

An AARP Take On Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2019 22:35


Established just last year, the United States Golf Association (USGA) will host the U.S. Senior Women’s Open at Pine Needles on May 16-19. Matt Sawicki, the USGA’s championship director, and Juli Inkster, hall-of-famer and seven-time major champion, discuss the newest USGA major championship and what it could mean for the future of the sport.

Talk Birdie To Me
Episode 5.5 - Talk Motherhood to Me with Juli Inkster and Sydnee Michaels (Bonus Episode)

Talk Birdie To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2019 20:20


Host Anya Alvarez continues her conversations with Team USA Solheim Cup Captain Juli Inkster and LPGA Tour Player Sydnee Michaels. In this episode, Juli talks about touring with her kids in a rented van, Sydnee opens up about her mental health, and they both bond over the realities of being a mom on the LPGA Tour. Half episodes contain deleted and extended conversations from the original episode. Listen to past and future episodes on https://LPGAWomensNetwork.com, or your favorite podcast platform. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/talk-birdie-to-me/id1451111233 https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Talk-Birdie-To-Me-p1189643/ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/talk-birdie-to-me _____________________________________________ Follow LPGA Women's Network Twitter: https://twitter.com/lpgawomen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lpgawomensnetwork/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lpgawomensnetwork/ Follow Anya: twitter.com/anya__alvarez Follow Juli: twitter.com/juliinkster Follow Sydnee: twitter.com/sydneemichaels _______________________________ To share your story, send a message to info@lpgawomensnetwork.com See the Power of Invitation: www.inviteher.com

Talk Birdie To Me
Episode 5 - Talk Motherhood to Me with Juli Inkster and Sydnee Michaels

Talk Birdie To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2019 23:25


Join Team USA Solheim Captain Juli Inkster and LPGA Tour player Sydnee Michaels as they chat about motherhood on the LPGA Tour with host Anya Alvarez! In this episode, Juli talks about how Motherhood on the Tour has changed over the years, how she dealt with the "Guilty Mom Gene", and Sydnee shares her tips on how to practice golf like a Mom on Tour! Listen to past and future episodes on https://LPGAWomensNetwork.com, or your favorite podcast platform. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/talk-birdie-to-me/id1451111233 https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Talk-Birdie-To-Me-p1189643/ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/talk-birdie-to-me _____________________________________________ Follow LPGA Women's Network Twitter: https://twitter.com/lpgawomen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lpgawomensnetwork/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lpgawomensnetwork/ Follow Anya: twitter.com/anya__alvarez Follow Juli: twitter.com/juliinkster Follow Sydnee: twitter.com/sydneemichaels _______________________________ To share your story, send a message to info@lpgawomensnetwork.com See the Power of Invitation: www.inviteher.com

15 Minutes with Charlie
Juli Inkster | Great with a Golf Club and Comedic Timing

15 Minutes with Charlie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2018


Juli Inkster is one of the greatest players of the LPGA, a member of the LPGA Hall of Fame and World Golf Hall of Fame, as well as captain of the U.S. Solheim Cup Team for the past three tournaments. She responds to Charlie Mechem’s “Total Anecdotal” by telling stories about her life and career.

The 19th Hole Golf Show
Playing in a Symetra Tour pro-am at French Lick, watching the Senior Women's Open

The 19th Hole Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2018 32:37


On this week's podcast, Ryan shares his adventures over the week in Indiana and Illinois. First, Ryan talks about his amazing experience at French Lick Resort and West Baden in Indiana, including playing with Elizabeth Szokol in the Donald Ross Classic pro-am. Then Ryan digs in on the US Senior Women's Open, spending Friday at Chicago Golf Club to watch JoAnne Carner, Hollis Stacy, Juli Inkster, Jane Crafter and more in the inaugural event.

On The Tee Podcast
New Mom Gerina Piller and Golf Channel's Kay Cockerill

On The Tee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 73:56


How's Gerina Piller doing? What's it like being a mom? Will she return in 2018? We hadn't really heard much from Gerina since the Diamond Resorts Invitational in January or since the birth of baby AJ on April 26th. We caught up with the new mom to see how she is adjusting to her new life taking care of her son. We also discussed the day she gave birth, traveling with Martin on the PGA, starting to workout again, the advice she has received from Juli Inkster and when she will return. We also found out what she was craving during her pregnancy! We also caught up with Golf Channel on-course reporter and interviewer Kay Cockerill this week. Kay played on the LPGA for nine seasons and transitioned immediately to Golf Channel when the network was being created. Kay talks about the dominance of Ariya Jutanugarn, the surprise win by Annie Park, should young players go to college or straight to the LPGA and gearing up to play in the USGA Senior Women's Open. She also tells us how far she has to stand away from the players so they don't hear her when she is commentating. Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky roundtable about So Yeon Ryu's win at the Meijer LPGA Classic and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship this week. In "Go For it or Lay Up", we debate the Phil Mickelson drama at the U.S. Open, Caroline Masson's recent success and do players whine too much about course set up?

On The Tee Podcast
2x U.S. Women's Open Champ Juli Inkster

On The Tee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2018 44:27


It's U.S. Women's Open week!! The biggest event in women's golf is here and we caught up with two-time champion Juli Inkster to talk about the importance of the tournament, why it gives her credibility around the world, the long wait for her first U.S. Women's Open title, edging Annika Sorenstam, raising kids on the LPGA and why 1999 was the best year of her career. We even ask Juli how much longer she'll compete. In our roundtable, Ron Sirak, Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky give the latest on the storms in Shoal Creek and what it means for the tournament. We also discuss if the USGA should go to "life, clean and place" versus playing the ball down. In addition, we make picks! In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Ron debate Sung Hyun Park's prospects of defending and if the USGA should set up the the U.S. Women's Open courses a bit more birdie friendly.

On The Tee Podcast
Wie's Caddie Matthew Galloway

On The Tee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2018 69:33


What's it like to caddie on the LPGA? What's it like to caddie for the most prominent player of the last decade plus? We sat down with Michelle Wie's caddie Matthew Galloway, a former college and mini tour golfer, to find out how they connected and what it is like to caddie for Michelle. We also discussed his career goals and the time he looped for Lee Janzen. In addition, we explore the lifestyle of a caddie and even the finances of being a caddie. We even talk about his offseason gig and his favorite courses on the LPGA. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about Ariya Jugtanugarn's first win of the year at the Kingsmill Championship, the passing of Carol Mann and Michelle Wie's history at the U.S. Women's Open. We also play "Go for it or Lay up" and explore Nasa Hataoka's upside, Brooke Henderson's chances at the U.S. Open and Juli Inkster vs. Catriona Matthew -- a little early Solheim Cup banter.

On The Tee Podcast
06 - Michelle Wie Wins, Sydnee Michaels Returns (New Mom)

On The Tee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2018 57:08


MICHELLE WIE! Of course the roundtable begins with Michelle's Wie big win at the HSBC Women's World Championship. Bret Lasky, Amy Rogers and Ron Sirak also discuss Jessica and Nelly Korda and the #1 ranking in the world. In our big interview, we catch up with new mom Sydnee Michaels who returns to the Tour next week at the Bank of Hope Founders Cup. She talks why she believes she can still compete and contend even with new life priorities. Plus, our favorite Aussie commentator Ali Whitaker joins "On the Tee" to play "Go for it or Lay Up" with topics including Juli Inkster, Cheyenne Woods, Phil Mickelson and more.

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon
Ep. 78 - Juli Inkster

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2017 27:43


Hall of Famer Juli Inkster joined The Clubhouse following a win by her Solheim Cup squad over the weekend. Juli talked about her approach in coaching another winning American team, what becoming a viral Internet sensation was like, and which player was the breakout star behind the scenes in Iowa. Juli always expanded on her points made about women's golf following the win. For instance, Juli touched on how she doesn't feel the players, and the Tour, get the respect they deserve from sponsors and some of the biggest names in men's golf and how she wishes that would change. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Tee To Green
Live From Stone Ridge Golf Club

Tee To Green

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2017 88:51


Guests include Juli Inkster and Derek Hitchner!

Tee To Green
Live From Stone Ridge Golf Club

Tee To Green

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2017 88:51


Guests include Juli Inkster and Derek Hitchner!

Golf Digest Podcast
Episode 85: Juli Inkster, and more listener calls!

Golf Digest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2017 19:10


LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster joins the podcast to talk about her busy schedule as U.S. Solheim Cup captain, a still-active LPGA player, and broadcaster. Plus, listener questions about Ian Poulter's decision to lay up, and whether golf can be used as a verb. To have your question answered on air, call 212-286-1812.

The Golf Insiders
The Golf Insiders Nov 2, 2016 Complete Show

The Golf Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2016 44:02


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.  In the first segment of this week's hour of intelligent golf talk, Holly G, Host and Producer of The Golf Insiders, along with Will Perry, Social Media Expert, EVVUS, kick off the show talking about the Chicago Cubs vs the Cleveland Indians Game 7 where history will be made one way or the other. Holly and Will discuss Hideki Matsuyama's win at the WGC- HSBC Champions event by seven strokes. Matsuyama finished second in the event prior to the WGC. The duo talk about another young talent who notched his first win on Tour, Cody Gribble won the Sanderson Farms Championship by four strokes.  A quick look around the Tours, Shanshan Feng won in Malaysia on the LPGA Tour. Feng is a student at the Orlando area Gary Gilchrist Academy where Will Perry used to work. Juli Inkster won on the Legends Tour and Tom Pernice Jr won the first of the final 3 Champions Tour events of the season for the Charles Schwab Cup title.  In the second segment, Bob Harig, ESPN.com, calls in to talk with Holly and Will. Bob is a long time Cubs fan. Holly asks Bob about Hideki Matsuyama's win and how he has played lately. When Hideki Matsuyama can putt well, he is a force to be reckoned with. He won the Asian Amateur twice. Holly and Bob talked about Hideki taking a backseat to Jordan Spieth and the others who have dominated over the past few years.  Will asks Bob which Major event fits Hideki's game? He is a long hitter off the tee. Bob says that Hideki can win the Open Championship or any of the majors if he could get his putting dialed in. Bob talks about how tough it is coming from Japan and trying to learn the language in the U.S. as well as adapt here is a very tough task for anyone.  Holly asks Bob about Tiger's official announcement that he will play in the Hero World Challenge. Also the two discuss Tiger's chipping issues and whether there is any truth to the rumors.  Bob talks about how so much clamor over Tiger was made officially announced that he was going to play. Everyone expected him to after he said that he would. Tiger still has four more weeks to get ready for the tourney. Bob said that it was a shame that Tiger couldn't play at the Safeway and get all the media attention surrounding his return out of the way.  Bob said to expect a lot out of Tiger's game when he first comes back. It would be silly to expect it. It is going to take some time for him to get comfortable inside the ropes again. In the third segment of this week's show Terrie Purdum, Southern Golf Central Magazine's publisher, calls in from the Villages to talk about the latest issue that is a tribute to Arnold Palmer. Terrie and Turf Life have a booth at all the local tournaments like The PNC Father and Son Tournament and the CME Title Holders in Naples. Stop by the booth and pick up bottles of free sunscreen.  Terrie also talks about youth golf sensation Bella Dovhey from Oviedo, Fla, whose interview with The King is published in this month's commemorative issue of Southern Golf Central Magazine (pages 10-11). Bella is also an incredible young golfer who has won 3 Jr World Championships and many other tournaments in U.S. Kids Golf. In the final segment of this week's show Todd Lewis, The Golf Channel, calls in to help wrap up another hour of intelligent golf talk. Holly asks Todd about Cody Gribble's win on the PGA Tour. Gribble is from Texas and played alongside Jordan Spieth when they won the National Championship. Todd is amazed of how ready that the players who come out of college today and are ready to play so well on the Tours. Will asks Todd about some other young players who may play well this week at the Shriners. Todd says to watch for Grason Murray, who won his first event on the Web.com Tour in September.  Todd talks about Tiger Woods. Unlike any other player, every swing if not every step Tiger Woods makes will be shown on the Golf Channel and he is the only player in the world like that. So when he pulled out of the Safeway Open, Todd says that Tiger wasn't close to being to his level of play that he wanted to be. Todd said that the starts Tiger wanted to have this fall at the safeway, in Turkey and at the Heroes World Challenge were more to prepare him for 2017. Will and Holly both pick Ryan Moore to win this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and Will's backup pick is Scott Piercy, Holly's second pick is Smylie Kaufman. 

The Golf Insiders
The Golf Insiders Nov 2, 2016 Segment 1

The Golf Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2016 10:27


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.  In the first segment of this week's hour of intelligent golf talk, Holly G, Host and Producer of The Golf Insiders, along with Will Perry, Social Media Expert, EVVUS, kick off the show talking about the Chicago Cubs vs the Cleveland Indians Game 7 where history will be made one way or the other. Holly and Will discuss Hideki Matsuyama's win at the WGC- HSBC Champions event by seven strokes. Matsuyama finished second in the event prior to the WGC. The duo talk about another young talent who notched his first win on Tour, Cody Gribble won the Sanderson Farms Championship by four strokes.  A quick look around the Tours, Shanshan Feng won in Malaysia on the LPGA Tour. Feng is a student at the Orlando area Gary Gilchrist Academy where Will Perry used to work. Juli Inkster won on the Legends Tour and Tom Pernice Jr won the first of the final 3 Champions Tour events of the season for the Charles Schwab Cup title. 

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon
Ep. 18 - Hall of Famer Juli Inkster

The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2016 45:21


Shane discusses Dustin Johnson's US Open follow-up win at the WGC-Bridgestone and how, with controversies behind him, he's starting to establish himself as one of the most likable players on the tour and growing a solid fanbase. World Golf Hall of Famer Juli Inkster stops by the podcast to discuss this week's LPGA US Open! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Golf Insiders
The Golf Insiders 09-23-2015

The Golf Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2015 47:42


PODCAST NOTE: Listeners can tune in to iHeart Radio 740 The Game 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.  Holly G is in the studio in the studio on the eve of the Tour Championship with special co host Mike Jamison from the International Network of Golf and the Examiner.com.  Mike just returned from Chicago  fundraiser the Freedom Golf Association. The organization that works with special needs golfers and was started  by amputee EQ Sylvester. The event was at Cog Hill. After that event there was a Wounded Warriors Project with special guest Rory McIlroy. After the events, Mike came away with a lot of respect for Rory and both organizations After recapping the BMW Championship, Mike and Holly talk about Player of the Year. Jordan Spieth or Jason Day? Although Day has been on a hot streak, Holly thinks it should be Spieth. Mike said that today people have a short memory so that factors in to the decision. He feels if Day doesn't win the Tour Championship that it should be Spieth hands down. The two talk about the whole season as a body of work.  Holly mentions how the season started for Spieth and then his run in the 4 major championships and what he has accomplished throughout the season that started in the fall of 2014. Bob Harig, ESPN.com, is the show's first guest and starts the Tour Championship conversation with The Golf Insiders .The final event is down to 29 Players now that Jim Furyk had to withdraw for a wrist injury. Holly asks Bob about Jason Day's response he made in the press conference recently about what he'd do with the $10 million FedEx Cup check? Day said he'd buy a few V-necks from Target. Bob said it's "funny money" now for him, given that Day has won 4 times recently and has probably over $5 million in winnings. Holly brings up Jason Day's life story. Day said he's a simple man. Bob said that Jason said he used to think about the money at first because he didn't have much money before and it was important for him to make money.  But Bob said once Day stopped thinking about the money, golf seemed to become more easier. You have to come to a point where you don't think about money," Harig said. "Just perform and the money will come." Mike, who was in Chicago and watched the players on Wednesday, said that it was very windy but Jason Day has played some incredible golf this past week and made it look so easy. He asks Bob if he recalls anyone having this kind of run recently?  "It's reminiscent of Tiger and the rolls he has been on ... 2007 or 2009," Harig said. We have sort have been waiting on this type of play from Jason for the past couple of years.  Holly asks if Jason has a big advantage because of the points lead? Bob said "No." He feels that Day has a lot of confidence and is a very, very good situation heading into the final FedEx Cup event. Holly asks Bob about Daniel Berger a rookie who is now 9th in the standings. Bob pointed out that Berger got  to the Tour Championship in his first year and that means a lot, more than just the money. Bob said Berger is also is "playing with House money and should have a nice FedEx Cup bonus no matter where he finishes in the Top 30. Holly asks Bob about a long shot coming out of the pack. Bob said that the FedEx Cup is set up so everyone can win, but those out of the Top 5 would need a lot of things to happen.  The Tour's nightmare scenario is if Henrik Stenson wins the FedEx Cup without winning a tournament all year ... but would need Jason Day to finish no better than 11th and need other guys to fall off. Holly, Mike and Bob then discuss Player of the Year. Jordan Spieth has had 3rd best year in the modern year of the majors. Ben Hogan and Tiger Woods ... no one else has won 3 majors in the modern era. Jordan won two and came close to in the two others this year.  If you throw in his play throughout the season it's hard not to pick Spieth.  Bob said that this year there is an odd occurrence in the POY discussion with Jason Day having an historic year. Bob said that 5 wins in one year is a rarity. Day is the only the 5th guy recently even though Tiger won 5 in one year 10 times  In the second segment, Todd Lewis, the Golf Channel, joins Holly and Mike in the second segment of the show. Calls in from East Lake. Holly talks to Todd about Golf Channel's amazing wall to wall coverage.  Todd says that the Golf Channel is working for the fans and want them to get what they need from the game of golf. Recently Golf Channel aired the Payne Stewart Award show which was awarded this year to Ernie Els. Todd has worked with the Els foundation over the years with Autism. Their son Vin has it. Raised awareness and funds. Ernie Els center for excellence. Todd said that the  happiest he has seen Ernie is when he is with his son. Mike asks Todd about the final event and the playoffs. Todd says that he's looking at Zach Johnson as his potential pick to win the Tour Championship. Johnson won the Open Championship and is playing consistently. He's in sixth place in the FedEx Cup Standings.  Johnson doesn't have to win the Tour Championship and can still win the FedEx Cup. Todd also talks Player of the Year. Spieth and Day Todd said that he asked 20 of the players in the field of 30 ... "If Jason Day wins the tour Championship who do you take for POY -- Spieth and Day? Four players said that they'd vote for Day, 6 said Spieth and 10 said have to think about it. Todd said that there is definitely pause for these players in picking the player of the year. Several players feel that co-players of the year, if ever there was a case this year is it.  Steve Eubanks, Global Golf Post, calls in to wrap up the show talking the great Solheim Cup finish in Germany where the USA came back to beat Europe by one point. Mike said it was one of the most exciting 4-5 hours of golf he has watched in a long time. Holly asks Steve about the controversy with Suzanne Pettersen and the "conceded putt" with Allison Lee. Steve said that Charlie Hull turned and walked away and the crowd erupted. Allison picked her ball up and headed to the 18th tee. Then Pettersen said that it wasn't conceded. "It was the catalyst that sparked the USA, Eubanks said. "The USA team was so fired up." Steve said that team USA had 3 separate meetings before the singles matches and he feels that it was such an emotional turn around.   Angela Stanford who was 0-9 in Solheim Cup competition before she played her singles match against Suzanne Pettersen was concerned about her record heading into the final singles matches. Steve said that Angela had played well but was just getting beaten. When she found out she drew Pettersen's name she told her coach, the streak ends now. Mike, Holly and Steve talk about the fallout from Pettersen's decision to say that the putt wasn't conceded. Steve said he was there and felt that there was no one, European fan or American, that seemed to support Pettersen's decision. Steve and Holly talk about the official's call not to have them play the shot over. Mike said that what was lost in all of it was Gerina Piller's putt on 18 that was one of the gutsiest putts ever. This team was a reflection of their captain Juli Inkster. Great all around. This has done more for women's golf and the Solheim

The Golf Insiders
The Golf Insiders 09-09-15

The Golf Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2015 46:58


PODCAST NOTE: Listeners can tune in to iHeart Radio 740 The Game 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.  Holly G is in the studio talking about Rickie Fowler's win at the Deutche Bank Championship in Boston over Henirk Stenson. Holly also takes listeners on a quick trip around the globe updating them on what's happening in golf. Steve Eubanks, Global Golf Post, calls in to talk about the Deutsche Bank with Holly G and the listeners. Holly mentions that Henrik Stenson 16th hole on the final round where there was a lot more breeze coming in the face of the golfers that viewers who weren't there wouldn't know. He had the advantage of going after Fowler and still went with 6 Iron.  He acknowledged that the shot cost him the tournament.  Holly talks to Steve about Fowler's patience with his game. Steve says that there seems to be a switch that Fowler turns on and becomes a different player and he's in a zone. Steve also said that Fowler's final round was a questionable one before the turn, then after that he flipped the switch and took off. He also got his putter going well. Jordan Spieth missed the second straight cut and Steve talked about the mental strain for all the golfers over the past eight months including Spieth. "I need to walk with some cockiness in my step these next two tournaments," Spieth said.  Too much negative speak with himself during the week was not helpful for Jordan.  Holly asks Steve about Jason Day maybe not playing the way he wanted to play. Day was battling a head cold all week but still played pretty well and is in a good position in the FedEx Cup Playoffs.  With a week off the remaining FedEx Cup players get a week off before the final two week stretch. Holly asks Steve who he thinks has the best shot moving forward out of the Top 10. Steve really likes Day's chances with the way he has been playing but also said an angry Stenson is a dangerous one. Holly asks Steve about the upcoming Evian Championship, the LPGA's 5th Major and the Solheim Cup. Steve feels that It doesn't get any bigger than these two weeks in France and Germany. A lot of the Korean players should play well this week since they don't have a week after that in the Solheim Cup. Juli Inkster is trying to get the women ready and feel that they are the underdogs but Steve feels that on paper the USA should run away from the competition but the game is not played on paper.  Dr. Bob Winters, Mental Conditioning Coach, talks with Holly about many of the facets of winning and golf. One of Dr. Bob's students, Kris Tamulus, won her first LPGA tournament at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic recently after more than 175 starts. Holly and Bob discuss match play versus stroke play.  Holly asks Dr. Bob about the emotions, swings of momentum, the pressure on the players and teams and the fact that they are playing as a team. Dr. Bob feels that you need to give your partner confidence and give your opponents fits in match play. You start fresh on every hole and that is why it becomes so nerve racking for players. The little games within the game. Dr. Bob Winters' latest book, Mistake Free Golf, is now on sale at any major book store, as well as ad www.drbobwinters.com.  Winters addresses the 9 most common mental mistakes players make and how to correct them.  If you can eliminate some of these mistakes you will enjoy the game so much more. One of the courses featured on The Golf Insiders Golf Card, which was recently on sale, is the Zellwood Station Golf Club just north of Apopka. The Head Professional at Zellwood, Chuck McLoone, calls in to wrap up the show. Zellwood is about 6500 feet from the back tees but McLoone says don't let the length fool you as there are about 30-40 foot elevation changes throughout the course and a few holes are around crater junction, which used to be a sink hole and now is more of a natural area that is not typical for Florida. It's a good mix of golf holes and you'll need every club in your bag. Holly and Chuck talk about an upcoming tournament hosted by Zellwood Station Veterans Association for the Disabled Veterans. Oct 17 is the 6th annual tournament. You can call the pro shop at (407) 886-3303 Ext 2 to sign your team up.  The course is located at 2126 Spilman Drive, Zellwood, FL  32798.  Holly takes a minute to talk to Chuck about putting on the PGA Tour and the different techniques players use. She asks Chuck about some putting tips for amateurs. He said that the biggest problem for amateur golfers is that they don't get the putt to the hole. So pace is probably the most important part of the putt. Chuck said that when you go play a course, take about 15 minutes to familiarize yourself with the speed of the putting greens by spending those minutes gaining a feel for the speed. Putt completely across the green both ways if you can to gauge the speed.  He also said that players should be MORE aggressive from about 20 feet and in and not so tentative. 

The Golf Insiders
The Golf Insiders 08-26-15

The Golf Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2015 46:21


The Golf Insiders VIP Golf Card is on sale for $99 at www.thegolfinsiders.com. Cardholders can play 18 holes of golf at each of the 11 participating golf courses around the Central Florida area. A round of golf and cart are included in the price for the cardholder. Purchase your Golf Insiders VIP Golf Card on The Golf Insiders web site or at www.740thegame.com.  Host Holly G is in the studio on the eve of the Barclays, the first event of the 2015 FedEx Cup playoffs.  Jeff Babineau, Golfweek, calls in to talk about Davis Love III's big win, at 51, at the Wyndham Championship while on the other side of the age spectrum, Lydia Ko winning in Canada Holly and Jeff talk about the golfers who play well at this time of the year like Billy Horschel did last year and how you can make a lot of money. People from all over the globe competing for the 125 PGA Tour cards Martin Kaymer lost his PGA Tour by not playing a required 15 events splitting time between the European Tour and PGA Tour. Jeff said that Kaymer is out of the playoffs this year but win a major championship Kaymer will be alright moving forward. Jeff mentions that Robert Streb got a huge jump on this season by playing the early events in the fall start of the 2014-2015 Tour start.  Already Rory McIlroy has committed to play in the early events of the upcoming 2015-2016 season. Holly asks Jeff his thoughts on the upcoming FedEx Cup playoffs are there true favorites or will someone come out of the pack like last year?   Holly says that someone with a hot short game might come out on top at Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey this week with the greens being the way they are set up for The Barclays. Jeff said that he likes the rotation for the playoffs among courses and Plainfield is such a great old course.  Matt Kuchar is Jeff's pick to win The Barclays this week.  Steve Eubanks, Global Golf Post, calls in and starts things off talking about the U.S. Amateur Champion Bryson DeChambeaux who also won the NCAA individual men's title this year. Steve talks about Bryson's idiosyncrasies with his golf equipment.  Holly and Steve also cover the LPGA and Lydia Ko's win and Stacey Lewis' who Steve seems a little snake bitten lately not being able to close out the tournaments. Lewis is playing at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic where the field is a little thin. The 2015 Solheim Cup is in September and Paula Creamer and Brittany Lang were named as the captain's picks by Juli Inkster. He thinks Creamer was picked for experienced and thinks the Americans team looks really well statistically.  Last time the Europeans had the better numbers and ended up upsetting the USA on their home soil. Jeff Shain, Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette in Hilton Head, S.C., call in from beautiful South Carolina to talk about Davis Love III's win and the upcoming FedEx Cup playoffs. The third oldest, longest stretch of time between first and last wins.  His first win was in 1987.  Tiger turns 40 in December. He still moves the needle in the ratings and the Wyndham printed an extra 47,000 tickets after Tiger announced he was playing Wyndham. Tiger did a little analysis of Davis' putting during the week and Davis gave Tiger the feel of Sedgefield Country Club that seemed to help Tiger out this past weekend. Jeff wonders if Tiger had added one more start back in May might he have picked up enough points for him to make the playoffs? Holly mentions the putting hiccups Tiger has lately and the 11th hole when the wheels came off the cart for him with a triple bogey. Three of Dustin Johnson's three wins have been 54-hole wins and Jeff talks about DJ avoiding the clunker back 9 on the final rounds. Jeff mentions that four of the past five winners at the FedEx Cup have come off the pace and those who controlled their own destiny haven't been able to play well at East Lake to win it all. Jordan Spieth has the highest point total that there has ever been going into the FedEx Cup playoffs this year. Jeff Shain likes Spieth and DJ at the top of the leader board again, whereas Robert Streb might be a long shot as well as David Lingmerth. Mike Jamison, Examiner.com and ING, calls in to talk to Holly about the PGA Expo in Las Vegas, that just ended. Cobra has recently introduced their new King Cobra driver. There was a demo day but it's mainly an apparel and fashion show. Tour Edge came out with a new limited edition hybrid with a slip stream sole. Chase 54 introduced a new line of apparel. One cool training aids was the Golf Chute by Chute Trainer that helps with the hip turns and adds distance off the tee using wind resistance in training. Mike said that a unique aspect is that the USA company employs physically challenged in the factory.  Next week is the World Amateur Championship in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The world Am is open to all golfers - 17 years old and above - with a certified USGA handicap or foreign equivalent. Features six competitive divisions.

Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy Podcasts
Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy - 6.18.11 - Golf List Mania & Brittany Lincicome, LPGA Tour Player & Trion-Z - Hour 2

Golf Talk Radio with Mike & Billy Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2011 46:04


From Best Courses to Biggest Chokes, Most Underrated to Worst-Dressed Golfers, Golf List Mania! includes 120 lists that will inform and entertain. Includes contributions by personalities including Jack Nicklaus, David Feherty, and more, plus a Foreword by Jim Nantz. Why you'll enjoy this book: 5. Contributions from famous golf writers. You'll get the perspective from some of the best in the business. 4. Lists from the greats, including golf's "Big 3": Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. It doesn't get much better than that. 3. A walk through golf history from Young and Old Tom Morris to Tiger Woods. You'll learn a thing or two along the way. 2. There are no right answers. The fun part of this book is the debates that they spark. I'm sure there will be lists when you go, "That guy is a complete idiot." Isn't that the essence of golf and sports? 1. The next best thing to playing golf is reading about golf. You also make fewer bogeys that way. Lincicome turned professional in December 2004 at age 19, after finishing in 20th place in the LPGA qualifying school tournament to earn her tour card. Home-schooled, she had graduated from high school the previous spring. Her first victory was in the 2006 HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship, where she defeated Michelle Wie in the quarterfinals, Lorena Ochoa in the semifinals, and Juli Inkster in the final match. She captured her second win in April 2007 at the Ginn Open, again holding off Ochoa to capture the victory on the 72nd hole. In 2007, Lincicome became a member of the U.S. Solheim Cup team for the first time. In singles play, she lost to Laura Davies. Years earlier, as a 12 year-old, Lincicome had carried the scoring sign for Davies at the JCPenney Classic LPGA event, leading Davies to good-naturedly refer to Lincicome as "Sign Girl."[2] In 2009, Lincicome won the Kraft Nabisco Championship, an LPGA major, after making an eagle on the final hole to leap frog Kristy McPherson, who held a one shot lead going into the final hole.Visit the Golf Talk Radio sponsors and tell them GTRadio sent you they help make the show possible! Slickstix.com, Avila Beach Golf Resort, Blacklake Golf Resort, Adams Golf, Avila Village Inn and Dr. Tullius.  Visit Golftalkradio.com for the latest show information, contests, videos iPhone and Android Apps and more!