Episode 187 - The PGA Tour returns to Japan for the ZOZO Championship with Morikawa, Schauffele and Matsuyama headlining the field. The European Tour ends it's Spanish swing with the Mallorca Golf Open, with Pieters, Canter, Horsfield and Beef Johnston heading the betting market. Listeners should visit Golf Betting System for the best free golf betting tips coverage We recommend bet365's european tour shot tracker don't be in the dark follow your players with ease Ladbrokes have gone 7 places each-way at 1/5 odds for the ZOZO Championship. If you are interested in a new sportsbook account read our ladbrokes sign up offer guide. Intro: 00:00; Listener Reviews: 02:41; Last Week: 04:40; Mallorca Golf Open Start: 16:26; ZOZO Start: 37:40. Steve's full 2021 ZOZO preview: zozo championship betting tips Paul's full 2021 Mallorca preview: mallorca open tips This week's Predictor Models: PGA Tour Predictor Model European Tour Predictor Model We have just launched a new set of Golf Betting System bookmaker guides, highlighting current 2021 promo codes required for new sports accounts. Here are our guides for - betfred new customer offer promo code 888sport promo code betfair promo code zbbc01 ladbrokes promo code All offers are for new customers, 18+ Twitter: Steve Bamford @Bamfordgolf; Barry O'Hanrahan @AGoodTalkGolf; Paul Williams @GolfBetting Golf Betting System Facebook Group: Join our Golf Betting System Facebook Group This podcast is for listeners of 18 and above. Please be Gambleaware, you can visit BeGambleAware.org for more information and of course please bet responsibly.
Rory wins and, naturally, delivers several fantastic quotes. Rickie contends. Morikawa threatens. Also — it's spooky season. Do you like to be scared? Terrified? Anxious watching movies or shows or walking through haunted houses? Have you watched Squid Game? Should we create Golf Squid Game? When will golf one day figure out golf coverage?
Welcome back Podcast Patrons to Episode 154 of Leave the Pin Podcast. Rory wins. Seems like forever but would you believe that its only been 5 months since his last win at Wells Fargo? Morikawa and Fowler battled but they came up short. Phil is shouting at clouds again and complaining about the USGA's decision to limit driver length to 46"s. Lane Kiffin got pelted by a dirty range ball as he was losing to Ole Miss. The PGA tour says no mas to tour players who just mill around the TPC clubs eating and playing the clubs out of house and home. We talk about why golfers change their swings when things are going well and what is wrong with us mentally. Finally the PIP money is about to be handed out and the deserving winner has not hit a golf shot this entire year. Shout out the sponsor EAGLES AND ARROWS. Welcome back podcast patrons. Tell your friends, we're back with another episode of Leave the Pin Podcast. Please leave a review and rating on iTunes if you enjoy the episode. Shop our newly re-stocked merchandise at https://www.bonfire.com/store/leave-the-pin-podcast/ and check out all our new apparel designs. Follow us on Instagram @leavethepin Tag us on your social media feed with #Leavethepin Follow us on TikTok @leavethepin Checkout our sponsor Eagles and Arrows on instagram @eaglesandarrowsco and at www.eaglesandarrows.com Email us at Leavethepin@gmail.com Get busy golfing or get busy dying --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leave-the-pin/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leave-the-pin/support
In this ‘Under the Strap' podcast, John Rathouz welcomes J.J. Jakovac, caddie for world No. 3 and two-time major champion Collin Morikawa. Jakovac details his own professional golf career, how he got into caddying, how he wound up on the bag of Ryan Moore -- an amateur golf connection, Palmer Cup teammate and now brother-in-law -- the move to Morikawa's bag and a preview of Silverado Resort (the course Jakovac grew up playing) ahead of this week's Fortinet Championship.
5-time PGA Tour Winner Mark Wilson stops by to break down the Tour Championship. Matt Adams brings you press conferences from both Team USA and Team Europe in advance of the Solheim Cup plus Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele, DJ, Morikawa and more get ready for the Tour Championship. A special guest from the PGA Tour Superstore checks in.
Big show, 3 guests. Collin Morikawa (00:47:32) (the 2021 Open champion), Anna Nordqvist (01:01:09) (the 2021 Women's Open champion), and James Piot (01:25:36) (the 2021 U.S. Amateur champion) all join the show. How is Collin feeling about wearing a suit to the Northern Trust per Frankie's recommendation and what was it like battling it out down the stretch at Royal St. George's? How proud is Anna after holding off an army of contenders this past Sunday at Carnoustie? How is James handling his newfound U.S. Amateur fame, and what's it like from his end being a Barstool Athlete? This and we react to Tony Finau finally getting it done at Liberty National.
Hear from Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth as they get ready to tee it up this week at the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational. Plus, the PGA Tour announces it's 2021-2022 schedule and hear from DJ, Woodland, Morikawa and more.
It's a special solo episode today, as Chief is the sole host breaking down the next event on the tour, the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational. After Xander Schauffele's golden Olympic triumph, he joins other big names like Morikawa, Koepka, DeChambeau, and more, as the field takes on TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee. Chief fills you in on which players he thinks will finish towards the top of the leaderboard and help you take home some DFS winnings. Follow us on Twitter!: @blatantgolf @Blatant_Chief @LiamBlatant @BlatantLegsBets
The PGA tour is back in action this week as the top golfers in the OWGR tee it up in Memphis, TN for the WGC Fed Ex St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind. Who is your pick to win this week in Memphis? Spieth, Koepka, Morikawa, DJ, and all the top players will compete for one of the last stops on tour before the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs. The Women's Olympic Competition has started, get the latest updates and a recap of our picks for the Women's competition. Follow us on Instagram @up_to_par_golf for golf giveaways, podcast updates and the most up to date golf news!
A triumphant Monday episode begins with some “we'll always remember where we were” reminiscences about a legendary Saturday night and Sunday morning at the men's Olympic golf competition. Andy and Brendan discuss all the delightful elements of the Boy from Bratislava's record-setting round of 61 that earned the golf-loving nation of Slovakia a silver medal. They hit on the actual golf, the absolute shotmaking show, the jubilant middle-of-the-night party on Twitter, the broadcast having to acknowledge and lean into the Slovakian story, the true “love story” that delivered this country a medal, some unconfirmed reports about Sabbo's Saturday night out, and much more. Of course, they also hit on the actual gold medal winner and the weight and import the competition seemed to carry. They recap the 7-man playoff and the other Rory's attempt at a bronze. The glowing reviews from JT to Morikawa to the other Rory's change in tune are also discussed, as well as their own impressions from a great late-night watch and what it might mean for Olympic golf going forward. There's also recaps of all the other golf, including Annika's absolute dominance at the U.S. Senior Women's and a Western Am phenom playing the most grueling test in amateur golf in between visits to Lollapalooza.
Lots to discuss this week! The trade deadline is quickly approaching and it looks like the Braves know what they are going to do. Kiely and Joe talk about those plans and a potential reunion with a former Brave. We recap Morikawa winning the Open Championship 2 weeks ago. Oklahoma and Texas are leaving the Big 12 and look to be headed for the SEC! What does this mean for college football? Lastly, we discuss the first few days of the Tokyo Olympics. Enjoy!
Jeff and Nate sing the praises Giannis Antetokounmpo's performance and the Bucks NBA Finals win....marvel at Colin Morikawa's command as he takes home the Claret Jug....they recap some recent travel to the West Coast....take a brief detour to wine country to discuss they're favorite wine tastings....discuss their most anticipated Olympic events....and finally, select their most desired and aspirational restaurant destination...prepare for in-depth discussion of not one, but TWO different types of deep fried poultry.
Morikawa! He captures his second leg of the career grand slam before the age of 25! It was an incredible performance by him and we breakdown everything that happened at The Open. We then preview the 3M Open, is it Tony's time?! Last, we congratulate Taylor Moore on his Korn Ferry win and securing his PGA TOUR card!
Tosh and Jerry are HYPED after Game 6 of the NBA Finals. They go over the best of the Bucks run to the title and where this Bucks team stands in the history books. Then they talk a little NBA draft as that's right around the corner. Lastly, they end with Morikawa winning the Open and vaulting himself to the next level. For more check out twotvsports.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twotvsports/support
Today on the SRP the boys recap the Open Championship and look ahead to the 3M, better known as the "Kari Rikkonnen Invitational". In case you didn't know, Kari actually attended this event back in 2019 and has been campaigning to be the official event ambassador ever since. In today's episode we chat about: Morikawa's dominating Sunday How many majors will Collin win? Bryson's driver tantrum and the players' response Louis' run at majors Mackenzie Hughes had the best finish as a Canadian in an Open The Barbasol and Pendy The 2022 SRP Invitational Picks and so much more... Sign up for BODOG to follow along with our picks every week and get your first deposit matched up to $200. Visit bit.ly/sundayred100 Today's episode is brought to you by: Rhoback. Get 15% off your next order when you use this link> bit.ly/rhobacksrp FlightScope. Get 10% off when visiting mevo.golf/3y3B4Ne If you enjoy today's podcasts, please leave a rating a review on iTunes. Send in your golf stories at email@example.com. Follow us on Instagram @sundayredpod
No. 110 The Weekly Walk Season 3 Episode 34 RAT FARTS Had a minor one this week otherwise a rather clean show! WHAT HAPPENED IN GOLF THIS PAST WEEK. News: Morikawa with a BIG win over the pond, Finau kicks the Piretti, Kisner shoots a 68 in 2.5hrs Yana Wilsons impressive run at the Women's Junior Amateur Professional Golf Tour wrap-ups Our LOCKS Results FedEx Cup and OWGR Updates WHAT IS HAPPENING IN GOLF THIS WEEK. PGA Tour - 3M Open European Tour - Cazoo Open Tour Champions - TheSenior Open Championship LPGA - The Amundi Evian Championship Korn Ferry Tour - Price Cutter Charity Championship LOOK AT THIS INSTAGRAM: Joe: @mizunodbg Matt: @golfbridges Jeremy: @golfhalloffame VIVA LAS VEGAS VGN Major Wrapup QUIZ TIME Ryder Cup Update Odds and our LOCKS for the 3M Open The Chasing Daylight Podcast The Chasing Daylight is the official podcast of The Breakfast Ball Golf Blog. This show is for the casual golf fan who occasionally likes to nerd out on the game's different topics. Look for interviews from insiders within the industry, banter from their opinions on golf's current state. And discussions about headline topics like the Major tournaments and the hot new clubs hitting the shelves. Real talk, from real people who play the game. Special thanks to the Las Vegas Golf Superstore for their continued support of this show! Be sure to give us a follow on Instagram as well: @chasingdaylightpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chasingdaylight/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chasingdaylight/support
Welcome back to another bittersweet episode of Tail & Print. While Fin gave out Morikawa to win at 35/1 over at Dimers.com, Granj had a ticket worth roughly $10K riding after placing money on Jordan Spieth way back earlier this year when he was going off at +4000. To help out the poor guy we allow to express pure an utter agony of what it feels like to come to very close to winning so much money, to not winning a penny. Truly soul crushing. Having said that, Fin is on a freaking heater folks! He just can't stop and won't stop. Be sure to catch his write ups on Wednesdays over at Dimers.com where he reviews the betting board and gives out picks exclusively over at Dimers.com, such as the winner of The Claret Jug this week, Collin Morikawa at +3500. The boys, then break down the betting board for our post Major Championships bounce back, The 3M Open. We go heavy on the "If you ain't first, you're last" mantra. Follow us on Twitter/Instagram/YouTube @TailandPrint
Major championship appreciator Kyle Porter joins to chat about a lot of our favorite topics, how he consumes golf, how that's changed since we got into podcasting, as well as detailed looks back at each of the 2021 majors. We project Morikawa's future, appreciate Rahm's emergence, reflect on Spieth's year, take a bunch of listener questions, and cover a lot of ground in these two hours. Thanks as always to Kyle for the time.
The final major of the year is in the books, with Collin Morikawa taking home his first Claret Jug in his first attempt. It was an incredible showing from Morikawa, while it was also yet another runner up finish for King Louis. Liam and Legs are back in the studio with Chief, as the three of them breakdown the Open Championship, before diving into the 3M Open in Minnesota. Follow us on Twitter!: @blatantgolf @Blatant_Chief @LiamBlatant @BlatantLegsBets
On this Week's episode of the Compound Podcast with Ian Happ, the guys breakdown Collin Morikawa's win at the British Open, Ian talks about Shohei Ohtani's ridiculous contract and Zack wants to play...well every position except shortstop.
Brian Rippee gives thoughts on what really matters and what doesn't with regard to SEC Media Days, and then is joined by BroBible's Mark Harris to talk Open Championship, Morikawa's ascent, Spieth, Ryder Cup and more.
Matt Adams is back from England and live in studio to chat about Collin Morikawa's incredible major championship. He'll talk about being on the same plane back as Colllin and his viral photo of him at the ATL airport. Plus, Adrian Rietveld from TaylorMade golf joins us to discuss Morikawa's iron switch when and why.
After recapping Chris' stellar run at the Massachusetts Amateur and Fitz's crazy US Am qualifier story, the boys dig into Morikawa's impressive win at the British Open, Spieth's run, and Louis' round. They also make predictions on the future for his career and give their opinions on what the "it" factor is in golf. Enjoy!
We now know the names of the 669 players that will be available in Wednesday's expansion draft. Ian doesn't know who they will take, but he does know who they MUST take (and it isn't Carey Price). After being down in the series early, the Milwaukee Bucks have won three games in a row, and are just one win away from knocking off the Suns, and becoming NBA champions. Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today looks at how facing adversity on the court has helped them get here. Collin Morikawa has won the Open Championship. We get the details about this weekend's tournament from Real Golf Radio's Bobby Casper.
We recap the 149th Open Championship won by Collin Morikawa, discuss Bryson's comments about his driver and Brooks' response, and, in honor of Sandwich, England, talk about our favorite sandwiches. We also try to get back into the positives with our Top 10 picks, and the mystery golfer of the week was a busy, busy man back in the day.
Chris 'Soly' Solomon of the No Laying Up Podcast joined OverDrive earlier today following Collin Morikawa's Open Championship title at Royal St. George's. He touched on that, why he's taking Jon Rahm to win more majors over the next several years & whether he's enjoyed the feud between Brooks Koepka & Bryson DeChambeau
Dane and Jace wax poetically about Collin Morikawa's victory at The Open, with the 24 year old holding off Jordan Spieth to win his second major. They ponder how many majors Morikawa will win, how that will compare to some of the game's other top stars and look back on an exciting season of major championships.
The Open Podcasts are back, with episodes brought to you from the grounds of Royal St George's for The 149th Open. On Sunday evening, Di Dougherty was joined by Matt Adams and Paul Eales to talk about a sensational Open and the Champion Golfer of the Year, Collin Morikawa.The trio discuss Morikawa's imperious display in his debut Open appearance, and the ability he showed to close out a major championship. They also discuss Morikawa's ceiling, Spieth's resurgence and another near miss for Louis. What a Championship from The 149th Open, we will see you soon with more episodes from The Open Podcasts, and will see you next year at St Andrews...
Collin Morikawa proves he's a total stud at Royal St. George's, outlasting Spieth on Sunday with zero bogeys. What'd we think of St. George's? Of Bryson chirping his own driver then being called a stupid 8 year old? Also, we breakdown our Michigan trip: stories from Forest Dunes and Bahle Farms.
House and Hubbard tee up to talk about the brilliance of Collin Morikawa in winning the British Open after a less-than-desirable performance at the Scottish Open (01:13). They break down the adjustments to Morikawa's game and analyze the competitors that he left in his wake (29:48). Hosts: Joe House and Nathan Hubbard Producer: Steve Ahlman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Morikawa wins his second major at just 24 years of age!! The ball striking/putting combo this week was unbeatable Spieth... so close! Louis comes up short yet again Great Sunday for Rahm/Koepka Review of Royal St George's Taylor Moore staring down a win MUCH MORE!!
The seventh men's major championship in less than a year is in the books, and Collin Morikawa bookends his PGA last August with an Open Championship this July. Andy and Brendan react to the final round from Royal St. George's, praising Morikawa's absurd start to his pro career at the majors. They discuss the mixture of execution, strategy, and yes, ability to deal with pressure. They also debate whether he's the world's best “short golfer.” Jordan Spieth's close call (although maybe not that close thanks to Collin?) is debriefed, and they debate whether it's reductive to just point at Saturday night as the difference. Louis is panned, gently. RSG is given a postmortem, with final grades being difficult to deliver due to the lack of wind. There is a qualm with some of the first cut impacts. The back half is a more rapid jaunt on Rahm, Frugal Frittelli, Canadian pride, Brooksy, the iCapital ad, Bobby Mac, Bryson's humbling, and even Rory. It's been a fabulous last 12 months at the majors and we are so grateful for your support.
The Open Podcasts are back, with episodes brought to you from the grounds of Royal St George's for The 149th Open. On Sunday morning, Di Dougherty was joined by Marcus Buckland and Rhys Davies on the practice ground to have a quick discussion of the day ahead and preview the final round. The trio discuss the hot conditions, Louis Oosthuizen's bid to create all sorts of history, Collin Morikawa's chances and the possibility of a player coming from behind to take the title, including Jordan Spieth and Scottie Scheffler.The final pairing tee off at 2:35pm BST on Sunday 18th July, with Oosthuizen the sole leader in the Championship, one stroke clear of Morikawa in second place. Tune in tonight to see who will be crowned Champion Golfer of the Year in 2021.
The Open Podcasts are back, with episodes brought to you from the grounds of Royal St George's for The 149th Open. Today Di Dougherty, Mike McEwan and Harry Ewing provide coverage from round three The 149th Open, with help from Inci Mehmet out on the course. Sitting at the iconic Starter's Hut at Royal St George's, the trio watch on as the leading groups play the 18th hole, and discuss who of the leading players will come out on top tomorrow.The fourth and final round begins early on Sunday 18th July, with Oosthuizen the sole leader in the Championship, one stroke clear of Morikawa in second place. Tune in tomorrow for our bonus preview episode and final Championship review.
Rick Gehman is joined by Mark Immelman to break down and react to Saturday's third round action at The Open Championship. 0:00 - Louis Oosthuizen looks for a second major 11:50 - Can Collin Morikawa win in his Open debut? 18:00 - Jordan Spieth rollercoaster ride on Saturday 23:35 - Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler lurking 27:40 - Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Rory Mcilroy fall flat on Saturday --- Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts and exclusive content, visit youtube.com/FirstCutPodcast 'First Cut' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow @FirstCutPod on Twitter and Instagram Follow our crew on Twitter: @KylePorterCBS, @mark_immelman, @RickRunGood, @therealGFD, @TheCoachrules, @jacob_hallex You can listen to First Cut on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast." For more golf coverage from CBS Sports, visit cbssports.com/golf/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Saturday recap: Is it a 3 horse race? We chat Louis, Morikawa, Spieth, an awesome setup at St. George's, Louis' comments about the pins, Rahm, DJ, Rory, and everything else from an eventful day at the Open.
Oosthuizen out in front, Morikawa and Spieth on his heels, DJ enters the conversation, Brooks loves his driver, and everything else from round 2 at Royal St. George's. We chat about Tyrell Hatton's day, Rahm's return, Rory's quotes, the contenders and pretenders, and of course, how far back is too far back.
The Open Podcasts are back, with episodes brought to you from the grounds of Royal St George's for The 149th Open. Today Di Dougherty, Andrew Cotter and Rob Lee look back on Round Two of The 149th Open, with help from Inci Mehmet out on the course. Sitting at the iconic Starter's Hut at Royal St George's, the trio discuss Collin Morikawa's sensational early round, Louis Oosthuizen's brilliance before taking the Championship lead, Jordan Spieth's grind, some incredible scores and a record-breaking performance from Matthias Schmid. The third round begins early on Saturday 17th July, with Oosthuizen the sole leader in the Championship, two strokes clear of Morikawa in second place. Tune in tomorrow for our Round Three review.
Is Fore Play now a fasting podcast? What'd we think of Frankie's Morikawa interview? Are career golf milestones based on rounds' total number or scores to par? We debate this and much more. Also we've got upcoming golf trips, buddies trips, and bachelor parties we preview heading into 4th of July weekend.