The 2022 season is a little more than half over. In that time, we've seen tons of tremendous golf and experienced some even better stories. We love the LPGA on the ProShow and we don't know anyone better to help us put the first half of their season into perspective than Golfweek's Senior Writer Beth Ann Nichols. The skilled scribe recounts with Keith: The recent trip to Muirfield All five majors A fun mid-season report card Best story of the year Her thoughts on the LIV and LPGA news The interview flies by as the two can't stop talking about all the great momentum the LPGA has built this season. Keith closes the conversation with a fun Q & A asking Beth Ann to give us her special LPGA picks from the first half of 2022. Don't miss it! The Weekly Update: The Top 10 moments from this week's TRO hearing between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour. ProShow Playlist Ep. #222: Good Times (Chic), Big Girls Don't Cry (Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons), Chicken Fried (Zac Brown Band)
Former Champions Tour Pros Bob Friend Jr. & Donnie Hammond join me. Hear stories from their playing careers plus they drop their thoughts on: LIV GolfOut working other playersOne of the all-time great college coaches Buddy AlexanderGreg NormanWhy Cam Smith shouldn't join LIV.Why the PGA Tour should reimburse expense money to players who miss the cut.Augusta National lengthening the 13th hole.Could the LPGA survive if there's a LIV Women's TourSt. Andrews without wind.Are majors just another tournament after the first tee?Vin ScullyNeal Schon & JourneyNASA's return to the moonAnd much more...
PGA Tour wins big with judge ruling denying LIV Golf players' a temporary restraining order. Sports law professor, Jodi Balsam joins Golf Today to break down the implications of the ruling. Hideki Matsuyama withdraws from FedExCup. Cameron Smith avoids answering whether or not he will join LIV and looks forward to playing in the Presidents Cup. Anna Jackson and Eamon Lynch get the opportunity to with AIG Women's Open champion Ashleigh Buhai. Jodi Balsam : 32:42 Ashleigh Buhai: 23:47
The Gents look back at the Wyndham and Tom Kim's exceptional win when he absolutely had to do it, we talk the LPGA playoff at Muirfield, but most importantly we get into the TRO hearing between the PGA Tour and 3 LIV golfers hoping to play the FEC playoffs. We look ahead to the Fedex St Jude at TPC Southwind and make our picks for the first round of the playoffs in the GGP Fantasy game. This and a whole bunch more.
The Big Players talk all things PGA and LPGA tour from last week, including Ashleigh Buhai and Tom Kim's breakthrough wins (3:10). Big Player Josh (Dubb) gets to play the infamous stadium course at TPC Sawgrass (18:20). The Big Players also discuss the hot topics in the LIV players vs. PGA Tour lawsuit (30:23) and look forward to the PGA tour playoffs this week at the FedEx St. Jude (44:49). Make sure to follow the gang @bigplayersonlypod and checkout our presenting sponsor @forecraftcocktails.
Member of both the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame & the Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and one of the countries greatest golfers to play the game, Lorie Kane, graces Bob and John with her presence on todays episode. With Lorie set to compete in her 30th and final Canadian Women's Open Bob and John talk to her about her career and how her training has changed over three decades of professional golf. We talk about the evolution of not only Lorie's game but the equipment she uses. Bob and John get some lessons on the right clubs to use and get some tips to help their putting game before the three move the discussion to the LIV Tour. Lorie gives her opinion on what the Saudi backed tour is doing to the game of golf and get some insight on if we are going to see LIV implement a women's tour anytime soon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show! Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern Cindy & Ted welcome this week's special guest: LPGA Epson Tour Rookie, Abegail Arevalo. More on Abegail: Abegail is from the Philippines and is currently in her rookie year on the Epson Tour. Previously she attended San Jose State University and played for the Spartans. Her four years at San José State garnered three career wins, 14 top-10 and six other top-20 finishes in her career. She was honored as a San José State Dean's Scholar. Plus finished seventh at the 2019 Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship. Join LIVE Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00AM Eastern http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf Or listen on these platforms: iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.
Gran semana para el golf con un gran cierre del último major del año en el espectacular Murfield en el Women's Amateur. Además la victoria de Tom Kim en el último torneo de temporada regular consiguiendo así su membresía para el PGA Tour y todo lo que implico ese título.
In this episode of The Slam, a National Club Golfer podcast, Alex Perry, Hannah Holden and George Cooper debrief a wonderful AIG Women's Open, including the much talked about playoff format and late finish at Muirfield, before champion Ashleigh Buhai's mental coach Duncan McCarthy joins for a fascinating insight into what goes on behind the scenes when it comes to golf and psychology. Elsewhere, Hannah explains why the increased prize funds we've seen in the women's game this year - particularly at the majors - is not just about paying the LPGA stars what they're worth, but the trickle-down effect it will have on generations to come at grassroots level. Enjoy.
Wisconsin.Golf's Gary D'Amato and Rob Hernandez talk about some of their own recent rounds of golf, Casey Danielson's rookie season on the LPGA, Carly Werwie-Swartz's new coaching gig in her hometown, a busy week of tournaments in Wisconsin golf, and more.
Dottie Pepper has little sympathy for the modern professional golfer. But you can't blame her—the beloved CBS analyst and 17-winner on the LPGA never had anything handed to her. She turned down a Dinah Shore sponsor's exemption in college because she couldn't afford to travel; she borrowed $5,000 from her grandfather to play in the 1987 U.S. Open; and her parents rented out their house to horse jockeys and trainers every summer to pay for her junior golf. So, no, she's not interested in hearing about no cuts and guaranteed pay days. Pepper joins Assistant Editor Casey Bannon to discuss the current state of the professional golfer, the value in taking the hard way, criticisms of the broadcast, writing her first book and what's currently in her garden.
Bienvenidos a nuestro Podcast del programa que se transmite por Imagen Informativa en el 107.7 FM en Monterrey N. L., México, todos los sábados a las 7:00 AM con repetición los domingos a las 7:00 AM., en donde platicamos de todo lo más importante del mundo del golf, incluyendo las giras PGA, LPGA, la gira Mexicana de Golf, la gira PGA Latinoamérica, la gira Europea, etcétera. Disfruta de las secciones Pregúntale al Pro y Reglas de Golf.
Beth Ann Nichols, Golf Week, USA Today reporter covering the LPGA and golf for 20 years. She Broke the glass ceiling and is a Colligate golfer. Beth was the 1st female President Golf Writers Association of America. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
TSN Golf Reporter Bob Weeks joined OverDrive to chat about Brooke Henderson's experience at the Open Championship, the pressure of performing after her recent championships in the LPGA tour, the graciousness she brings being the ambassador of women's golf and the lawsuit against the PGA tour from a good amount of LIV golf players.
Bryan Lebedevitch is a Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor and a Golf Digest "Best Teacher in California". He coaches and teaches a number of winners on the LPGA, PGA and Korn Ferry Tours. A long-time teacher to Major Champion, Christie Kerr, Bryan operates at PGA West in Palm Springs. He joins us to highlight lessons you can learn from watching players on the LPGA. Bryan talks about the following game improvement concepts: Knowing your Strengths and Weaknesses, Using Game-like Training, Understanding Shot Patterns, Managing Yourself and Your Game to Play Bad Better, and Maximizing What You Have and What You are able to do. In those information silos Bryan shares anecdotes from Tiger Woods and Christie Kerr. He talks about loving and hating certain clubs; Using the Mental Game for lower scores, and Resisting excessive technique changes.
BREAKING NEWS - PGA defectors, Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Pat Perez, and Abraham Ancer, among others have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour. Golf Today welcomes Professor of Clinical Law/Director of Externship Programs at Brooklyn Law School, Jodi Balsam, to help examine the terms surrounding this issue. Kira K. Dixon caught up with some current PGA members at the Sedgefield Country Club, in Greensboro, NC, as they get ready for the Wyndham Championship, to get their take. The news comes in the midst of the AIG Women's Open. Damon and Eamon get a chance to chat with former champion Karen Stupples about the upcoming final major championship of the year. Karen Stupples (17:06) Jodi Balsam (53:19)
While Claude tries to remember his neighbors name, the crew discussed Top Ten Tony's winning streak, Lou Naylor sends in a questions, more LIV discussion and they talk depth of young talent on the LPGA.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show! Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern Cindy's & Ted welcome this week's special guest: LPGA Epson Tour Rookie, Polly Mack. Plus later, they discuss the LPGA Senior Championship recently played at the Salina Country Club in Kansas. More on Polly: Polly was born in Berlin, Germany. She was a Member of the German National Golf Team, The 2016 German National Champion, finished first in the German Junior Golf Tour. She won the 2016 RB German Junior Championship. Initially she attended UNLV, but finished as a member of the University of Alabama Women's Golf Team. Join LIVE Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00AM Eastern http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf Or listen on these platforms: iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.
nvenidos a nuestro Podcast del programa que se transmite por Imagen Informativa en el 107.7 FM en Monterrey N. L., México, todos los sábados a las 7:00 AM con repetición los domingos a las 7:00 AM., en donde platicamos de todo lo más importante del mundo del golf, incluyendo las giras PGA, LPGA, la gira Mexicana de Golf, la gira PGA Latinoamérica, la gira Europea, etcétera. Disfruta de las secciones Pregúntale al Pro y Reglas de Golf.
Israel isn't exactly known for golf. And with just one 18-hole course in the whole country, neither is it a destination for many pro golfers or passionate fans. That may be why it took until 2014 for the country to produce a player who qualified to join an LPGA Tour: Laetitia Beck. Since then, she's competed at the highest levels for her home country: at the Olympics, the Women's British Open, the LPGA and, of course, the Maccabiah, where she's won numerous gold medals. In all that time, she's proudly represented Israel, even displaying the Magen David on her golf shoes. This year, on Aug. 15, she'll be teeing up at Montreal's Beaconsfield club as part of B'nai Brith Canada's second annual Chip Away at Hate Classic. We caught up with her while she was on the road in Michigan to hear about golf culture in the Holy Land and her thoughts about Montreal's abundance of Jewish greens. Also in this episode, Gabe and Jamie give a quick Maccabiah 2022 recap, play a clip from Zach Hyman's recent fundraiser tournament and give props to the greatest Jewishly named pro MLB player to ever grace a baseball diamond: Bubby Rossman. Credits Menschwarmers is hosted by James Hirsh and Gabe Pulver, and produced and edited by Michael Fraiman. Our intro music is by Coby Lipovitch, and our outro music is "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π. This show is a member of The CJN Podcast Network. Follow the Menschwarmers on Twitter @menschwarmers or TikTok @menschwarmers. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.
Randy was able to catch up with LPGA Hall of Famer Nany Lopez at this week's Charity Ascension Classic luncheon to talk about growing up in the game of golf, becoming a champion through time and hard work, the story about her dad that defined his role in her golfing life, seeing the game not as a job but as part of a hunger to win and branching out to work with charities and help others through her career with golf.
Matt Adams introduces you to the LPGA's next superstar, Sophia Schubert. We hear from Will Zalatoris ahead of the Rocket Mortgage Classic and explain dewiz's wearable tech.
The players on the LPGA prepare for this week's Women's Scottish Open, and take a look ahead toward the fifth and final major championship at Muirfield. Amundi Evian Championship winner, Brooke Henderson, joins Golf Today to talk about her recent success. Damon and Eamon discuss candidates for Player of the Year on the PGA Tour, as well as the field for the upcoming Rocket Mortgage Classic. George Savaricas is on the field at the Detroit Golf Club. He caught up with Patrick Cantlay, who breaks down this season's homestretch. Brooke Henderson (40:26)
The Ailish Hour is here! She starts off her solo adventure with Sportnet.ca writer Luke Fox, who discusses the ripple effects of Matthew Tkachuk's trade for the Flames, the NHL market, and Auston Matthews, before reflecting on the Leafs changes this off-season (01:30). Later on, Ailish is joined by Canadian Hall of Famer golfer Lorie Kane to talk about Brooke Henderson's big win over the weekend, and shares her involvement at the Canadian open and with KidSport Canada (26:08). Finally, Ailish reads all your texts and opens the forum to find a new name for the final hour of the show! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
It was another unbelievable week of golf and we returned with a podcast this week to talk about our trip to Hillside Golf Club for the Cazoo Classic and review the event as a whole. We also discuss nerves down the stretch across all of the tours as Brooke Henderson held her nerve to win her second major and Tony Finau took advantage of a disaster final 6 holes for Scott Piercy. We also bring you some more golf new on LIV and the possible discussions that could take place with the LPGA as LIV returns this week for its third event. We give our BIRDIE BOGEY BUST for the week and also look ahead to the LIV event plus the DP World Tour returns to Scotland for the Hero Open as Mark reflects on how he performed at Fairmont last year when he went up to Scotland to play the course. We finally take a look at the Rocket Mortgages and one of the players final chances to earn their place at the FedEx Championships.As always, we hope you enjoy!!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bogey-boys-golf-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
(1:47) Reactions to the 3M OpenInterview (Will, Doug & The Miz)(7:54) Start of interview with The Miz(9:05) The Miz on his time on 'The Real World: Back to New York'(10:30) On building a brand off of reality show success(12:19) The Miz's start in golf(13:51) The state of The Miz's golf game(15:00) Experience at the American Century Championship(16:44) Gambling on his golf game(18:41) On preparing for the American Century Championship(19:33) What The Miz loves most about golf(21:33) His WWE finishing moves(23:26) Rap foursome(31:36) Make the Game Your Own: The John Shippen Invitational
Meghan MacLaren, is a hugely successful professional golfer, and significant voice in the sport, commenting on the game and the culture that surrounds it through her hugely popular blog and social media presence. Meg graduated from Florida University in 2016 with a degree in English and Political Science, along with seven Division 1 College Golf victories. She was a member of the victorious 2016 Curtis Cp team, won two ladies European tour Access Events and in 2017 received the LET order of merit. She's a three-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, a winner on the LPGA Symetra tour in the US and is currently ranked sixth on the Ladies European Tour order of merit. Meg is incredibly passionate about gender parity in golf and women's sport, which forms the basis of much of our conversation. We explore Meg's path into professional golf and why the pay, coverage and opportunities for the women's game are still so far behind men's. Meg talks candidly about why she turned down the opportunity to play in a Saudi backed LET event last year and how the new LIV series could potentially impact the future of the game. We talk wider diversity in golf, changes at the LPGA and her plans for the future both as a professional player and beyond. Thanks to Sport England who support The Game Changers through the National Lottery. Executive Producer – Sam Walker Host – Sue Anstiss @sueanstiss A Fearless Women production
The 3M Open in Minnesota lacked big star power, but the one of the top ranked players notched his second win in under a year as Tony Finau claimed victory. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell ponder what's in Finau's future (1:33). The PGA Champions Tour held their Senior Open at Gleneagles, where former Open Champion Darren Clarke held off Padraig Harrington's push for a second Senior major this season (4:28). The LPGA was in France for the Amundi Evian Championship, where Canadian Brooke Henderson claimed his second career major victory and the third woman's major of the season (5:59). Praise is due to past guest Taylor Montgomery, who first appeared on the pod back in April of 2020, and now has locked up his PGA Tour Card for the 2023 season (8:28). LIV Golf gears up for their third tournament this week at Bedminster, with a few new faces on the course, rumors swirling about a massive deal for Hideki Matsuyama, and the biggest splash of them all: David Feherty into the broadcast booth (9:43). The PGA Tour now heads to Detroit for the Rocket Mortgage Classic, which includes some big names as a tune-up to the upcoming FedEx Cup Playoffs (16:19). In Tuned In, Michael shares the fun he had at Disney World, while Alex was in baseball heaven as his Red Sox favorite David "Big Papi" Ortiz was enshrined in Cooperstown (18:54). This week's guest is Matt Cardis, a photographer and content creator known for living in a van and playing golf all over the country. Matt shares stories from the van, his favorite golf courses, and what's in store in the future (22:48). A childhood favorite is coming to an end, and Michael and Alex are in shock that its happening (48:11). The NFL Training Camps are coming back, and while Michael is not excited at all, Alex cannot get enough of it (50:27). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is enjoying the restoration of his taste buds and enjoying a German bakery in Texas, while Michael got to enjoy overpriced food in Orlando (52:16). Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://bit.ly/3aYT68Z Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I Have you listened to our new food podcast? https://bit.ly/3vrJvj9 Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt
In this episode, I go through a detailed preview of what to look for when betting the Rocket Mortgage Classic as well as my picks for that event. I also preview the Women's Scottish Open and hope to continue my hot streak with my LPGA picks this year. Be sure to follow on Twitter: @PodPowerFade. Also, please be sure to follow & rate the podcast if you enjoy!
Hey Guys, welcome back to the Hole In One Golf Podcast, I'm your host Jack Bull, thanks very much for listening! This week I'm joined again by an old friend from South Wales, DP World Tour Coach Matthew Tipper. Matthew has worked under World Class coaches such as David Leadbetter and now James Sieckmann and Matthew shares his high quality insights form the World of Professional Golf. Matthew first tells me about his recent trip to Australia where he played some great courses in the famous Melbourne sand belt. Matthew also tells me about joining #teampoland at the Olympics in Japan and shares some incredible stories, saying that he never dreamed of making the Olympics! Matthew also talks about coaching in Poland, where he first saw a teenage star in the making, who he knew would be a Tour Winner with the right help and for the past 12 years, Matthew has coached Adrian Meronk, seeing him win the Irish Open this year and making history by becoming the first ever Polish DP World Tour Winner! Matthew talks me through joining Adrian at the #150thopen at the Old Course, St. Andrews & he shares some insights from a very surprising guest, as well as his thoughts on the Old Course, where the game is heading and what may happen next with Golf's latest disruptions! Thanks very much for your time as always Matthew and congratulations to you and Adrian on a phenomenal year! Bio: Highly regarded PGA, LPGA and DP World Tour Golf coach Matthew Tipper shares his journey, starting in the small Welsh town of Porthcawl (UK) and leading to a World Wide career in professional golf. Matthew started out representing Wales at National level cricket as a teenager, then began a career in law, before following his true passion and embarking on a teaching career in Professional Golf, firstly as assistant professional at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club in South Wales, under head Professional Peter Evans, before qualifying as a PGA Professional at Pyle and Kenfig Golf Club under Robert Evans. Matthew put the really hard yards in, touring the country in his trusty Fiat Panda, working for the highly Prestigious David Leadbetter Golf academy and further learning his trade under the great golf master himself. His first professional job was in Dubai as a teaching professional for 2 years, before helping set up a brand new teaching academy in Portugal for a year. He then worked in China for 4 years, then spent 1 year in Hong Kong and 1 year in Korea, before heading to Poland and finally after 16 years, he is back in the UK, where he uses Goodwood as his base, although his Global Academy takes him all around the World, travelling and coaching students! Notes: https://jsegolfacademy.com/home/matthew-tipper/ https://www.facebook.com/MatthewTipperGolfAcademy/ https://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/34190011/adrian-meronk-wins-irish-open-becomes-first-polish-winner-european-tour #golfpodcast #podcast #golf #golfcoach #matthewtippergolf #holeinonegolfpodcast
Spoiler Alert: Brooke Henderson won the Evian!But tune in to hear all about the tournament, some of the controversy surrounding it, and who we think could've won after the first round!Also discussed: Big Green Eggsthe Scottish & British OpensLIV & the Saudi Aramco Series in the women's game...and more!Sign up for Big Cups @ Hooper Golf Course on Saturday 8/6.Sign up for Bogey Nights in NYC on Thursday 8/11. Make sure to follow all things Grueter Golf by signing up to our mailing list at www.GrueterGolf.com and follow our antics on Twitter and Instagram @gruetergolf.
Winner, Winner, Sunday dinner! One Sunday yielded 5 big wins across the highest levels of pro golf on Sunday. Brooke Henderson was the biggest winner of them all, taking home her second major at The Amundi Evian Championship! Damon and Eamon welcome in Beth Ann Nichols to discuss Henderson's biggest victory this side of her 20th birthday. In the men's game, Tony Finau took home PGA TOUR win no. 3 at The 3M Open! Our guys dive in on what this means for one of the most popular players in the game. Lastly on the senior sets, Kari Webb took down her lifelong rival Annika Sorenstam at the Women's Senior PGA and Darren Clark toughed out a rain delay to win the Senior Open Championship. Wyatt Worthington II won his way into the Rocket Mortgage Classic this week by coming out on top at the John Shippan Invitational, he joins the program to discuss what diversity initiatives in pro golf have done for his career and for other diverse golfers. And Kim Moore captured the hearts of golf fans the world over with her convincing win at the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open last week! The head coach of Western Michigan Women's Golf calls in today to reflect on one of the most special championships she has ever competed in. Wyatt Worthington II: 20:35 Beth Ann Nichols: 46:34 Kim Moore: 55:10
Anita updates the leaderboard in the PGA Tour. "Shoeless" Scott Piercy had a lot going on yesterday but enters Sunday in the lead. Tony Finau is a good bet heading into the final round to perform well. Scott Piercy played through pain yesterday and Anita breaks down what was going on with him. She also breaks down how she expects the final round to play out at the 3M Open. John Mascari joins the show! With Anita, he gives his pick to win today at the 3M Open, breakdown the story of Scott Piercy of how he got to where he is now, and updates what's going on with LIV. Christina Thompson joins the show! With Anita, she gives her pick to win the 3M Open, updates what's going on with the LPGA Tour, and breaks down a "what if" should Greg Norman call the LPGA's Commissioner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The golf world is exploding with popularity, disruption and drama on the course. The LPGA and PGA Tour couldn't be more a part of mainstream sports and yet much of the news is still taking place off the course. We need some help putting this all into perspective. Chris Powers is a staff writer, assistant editor, podcast host and content creator for Golf Digest. In this episode we dig into his insider network to discuss: LIV golf's present and future 2022 major championships The Open Championship Prominence of golf betting His career path and determination to succeed in this industry It's an educational and entertaining conversation with one of GD's bright young storytellers. Join Chris and Keith as they try to peal back all the layers of this onion. The Weekly Update: The volume of the Claret Jug, incorrect scorecards, Stenson supplanted, Trey versus the TSA... ProShow Playlist Ep. #219: I Need to Know (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), What is Life (George Harrison), Breakdown (Jack Johnson)
The Big Players reflect on a heartbreaking loss for Rory McIlroy and another amazing win for Cam Smith. You'll also get a taste of the Big Players thoughts on the Old Course, the field, and Tiger Woods (3:51). The Big Players also compete in their first scramble of the year this last week, make sure to listen in to see who is most hyped about their performance (42:17). Looking forward to next week, the PGA Tour goes to the 3M Open, and the LPGA hosts its 4th major of the season in France; a lot of women playing fabulous golf headed into this championship (47:02).
What a final round of golf from Cam Smith to win the 150th Open at St Andrews, we do a full recap including what happened at the Barracuda Championship! There was history made at the Michigan Junior Am this year. The LPGA wraps up the second of two Michigan Tournaments this summer and we preview the 3M open! Everyones favorite tournament!
Ryder Cup Europe has parted ways with Henrik Stenson as captain for Ryder Cup 2023 in Rome. Shane Ryan and Todd Lewis call into the show to react to the news with Damon and George. USGA CEO Mike Whan joins us to discuss the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open and what the new national championship means for golfers with physical, visual, and intellectual impairments. On the PGA TOUR, 4-time winner Billy Andrade is the 2022 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award for character, charity and sportsmanship. Andrade discusses his personal relationship with Stewart and what winning the award in his namesake means to him. The LPGA is in France for the Evian Championship, so this year's Chevron Championship winner Jennifer Kupcho gives us the inside scoop on her preparations for the penultimate major of the season. Shane Ryan: 10:00 Mike Whan: 18:30 Billy Andrade: 26:13 Todd Lewis: 40:15 Jennifer Kupcho: 53:30
What a final round of golf from Cam Smith to win the 150th Open at St Andrews, we do a full recap including what happened at the Barracuda Championship! There was history made at the Michigan Junior Am this year. The LPGA wraps up the second of two Michigan Tournaments this summer and we preview the 3M open! Everyones favorite tournament!
(0:25) Reactions to the final round of The Open ChampionshipInterview (Will, Doug & Shane)(5:59) Start of interview with Shane Victorino(6:39) State of Shane's golf game(8:35) Shane's start in golf(11:18) On watching how pro golfers play(13:46) Are pitchers better golfers than hitters?(15:16) On adjusting back to normal life post-retirement(16:12) Finding himself after his playing career ended(17:46) Reflecting on his time in Philadelphia(19:14) His "I made it" moment in MLB(20:02) His 'welcome to golf' moment(21:39) Rap foursome: Snoop Dogg, Tupac, DJ Khaled, Jay-Z
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show! Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern Cindy & Ted are joined by this week's special guest: LPGA Epson Tour Player, Amelia Garvey. More on Amelia: Amelia is a native of Christchurch, New Zealand. She played collegiately at the University of Southern California. Graduated a three-time All-American and a two-time All-Pac 12 first team selection. Helped USC win two Pac 12 titles while playing in the NCAA Championships three times. Some of her collegiate highlights: 2021 appearance in the Augusta National Women's Amateur, two starts in the US Women's Open (2020-21) and a tie for seventh at the 2019 NCAA Championship. 2022 makes her rookie year on the Epson Tour. Join LIVE Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00AM Eastern http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf Or listen on these platforms: iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.
BenGreenfieldLife.com/hanupodcast Hanu Health is a venture-backed health technology company at the intersection of HRV, breathwork, stress resiliency, and biofeedback. They have designed what they call "the most sophisticated and accurate wearable for detecting changes in human stress response, using continuous HRV monitoring as its primary metric". Hanu promises to be a non-invasive and easy-to-use hardware/software system that acts as a stress coach whenever you are wearing it. It uses gentle vibrations to alert you as to when you might be experiencing signs of stress and provides in-the-moment exercises and training to help you build stress resiliency. This close-looped feedback system means that Hanu is continuously monitoring your stress response and is always there to provide you with valuable means to better attend to stress in the moment. Dr. Jay Wiles, my guest on today's show, is no stranger to the Ben Greenfield Life podcast, as you've heard him and Ben cohost the Q&A episodes since 2019. What you may not know about Dr. Wiles is that he is the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Hanu Health. Jay is an international speaker, scientist, clinician, influencer, and subject-matter expert and authority on the interconnection between the human stress response and health performance/optimization. A clinical health and performance psychologist with board certification in heart rate variability biofeedback and peripheral biofeedback, he works as a leading consultant in psychophysiology to health influencers, professional athletes and teams, executives, and high performers. Jay has pioneered new and innovative means of using heart rate variability (HRV) and respiratory training as both diagnostic indicators of the dynamic nature of the human stress response, alongside therapeutic tools for regulating and conditioning this response for peak human performance. Dr. Wiles has an extensive history of working with top-performing athletes in the PGA, LPGA, MLS, MLB, ATP, and WTA. His consulting firm, Thrive Wellness and Performance, has held contracts with leading biotechnology and health technology organizations where he has engaged in research, development of therapeutics, and development of behavioral retention programs. Dr. Wiles has also hosted the Hanu Health Podcast since October 2021. Code: BEN40 will gives followers 40% off retail of Hanu. During our discussion, you'll discover: -What does "Hanu" mean?... -Jay's personal journey to becoming an expert in HRV... -How is the Hanu wearable different from other devices that track HRV?... -What causes HRV to vary from day to day, even if stress levels don't appear to vary... -The heart rate strap, and what the Hanu wearable might look like in the future... -About the Resonance Frequency Assessment... -Resonance breathing and box breathing contrasted... -What is a BOLT score and why is it important... -When a high HRV is not necessarily a good thing... -Rapid fire questions on HRV... -And much more... Episode sponsors: -HigherDOSE -Seed Daily Synbiotic -Organifi Gold Chocolate -Kion Aminos -Essentia Mattresses -Lucy Nicotine Gum BenGreenfieldLife.com/hanupodcast
This is the Michigan Golf Live Radio July 16 edition featuring our broadcast from the LPGA Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational and live updates from The Open Championship at St Andrews ---------------- FGN 24/7 Listener Hotline - 989-787-0193 - we want to hear from you! Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Check out FGN videos on YouTube !
Another slightly crunchier than usual crossword - that's two in a row for those of you keeping track. What makes a crossword crunchy, you ask? Clues like 9D, Classic beer of there Pacific Northwest, familiarly, OLY; 29A, Primary place to park?, MAINLOT; and even 27D, Grp. for women who drive, LPGA, are splendid examples: not horribly hard (especially with gentle crosses), but not too easy -- basically just right for a Wednesday
Jen Corcoran, Co-Founder of Grueter Golf, joins Henni and Hally on this week's episode of Women With Game. Grueter Golf was founded to help new golfers find opportunities to play the game. Corcoran picked the game up at a later stage in life, and on this episode she shares her insight on how the game can be more accepting to new players, especially with the help of events that make the game more fun! Corcoran sits down with Henni and Hally to discuss the landscape of golf both off and on the course, especially in the world of social media.
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 328 and a special one-on-one conversation with Corey Pavin - Ryder Cup Captain, PGA Tour star, Major winner, and UCLA Bruin alum. We talk about his St Andrews memories and expectations, the LIV Golf dilemma, UCLA joining the Big Ten, and much more in this free-wheeling chat recorded during the LPGA Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational in Midland, MI ---------------- FGN 24/7 Listener Hotline - 989-787-0193 - we want to hear from you! Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Check out FGN videos on YouTube !