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Latest podcast episodes about open champion

CRUSHING IT - THE OFFICIAL PLDA PODCAST with Steve Kois
CRUSHING IT - #15 Bryson DeChambeau

CRUSHING IT - THE OFFICIAL PLDA PODCAST with Steve Kois

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:20


CRUSHING IT - THE OFFICIAL PLDA PODCAST with Steve Kois Episode #15 - Bryson DeChambeau Bryson is a co-owner of the PLDA and a Top-8 finisher in his first PLDA performance, the 2021 World Championship. He is also a U.S. Open Champion, member of a winning Ryder Cup team, captain of the LIV Golf Crushers, and founding member of Regecy. LAG SHOT 15% off - https://www.lagshotgolf.com/CRUSH More info on PLDA - https://prolongdrivers.com/ Follow: Steve Kois on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/koisfit/ PLDA on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/prolongdrive/

Off Course with Claude Harmon
Ashleigh Buhai

Off Course with Claude Harmon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 59:46 Very Popular


The South African recently won her first major while becoming the first Women's Open Champion at Muirfield Village. Ashleigh discusses her Johannesburg roots, winning the Ladies' South Africa Amateur at just 14 years old and journey to the LPGA Tour. Tell your friends about the new show and be sure to follow Claude to submit questions, enter giveaways and keep up with the latest Son of a Butch updates on Instagram at @ClaudeHarmon3. Son of a Butch is produced in partnership with Wasserman.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On the Mark Golf Podcast
Grant Field Talks Golf, Game Improvement and Using DIgital Golf Instruction

On the Mark Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 47:50 Very Popular


Grant Field is a leading global golf instructor.  Based in Australia he has a large stable of professional clients headlined by Cam Smith (2022 PLAYERS Champion and 2022 Open Champion). Grant joins us to talk about game improvement and using the ever-growing and popular medium of Online and Digital Golf Lessons.  He shares his keys to success including: Finding the appropriate teacher, Frequency of lessons, and Simplifying and Stripping away the unnecessary. Grant also levels advice for Golf Instructors and talks about: Patience and respecting time, Searching for "new teaching stuff" and managing trends, Using technology constructively, Management of student expectations, and Visible and Non-visible skills. As a bonus, Grant takes you inside the ropes and shares insider information on what he and Cameron Smith work on. He shares lessons on Putting, Wedge play, Iron play and trajectory and clubhead speed control.   This podcast will surely empower you to make smart decisions on instructors and technique, develop your game and lower your scores.

Hot Off The Wire
Area near Ukraine nuclear plant hit again; 1973 British Open champion dies; Indiana governor in Taiwan | Top headlines for Aug. 22, 2022

Hot Off The Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 12:01


There are new claims of Russian shelling close to the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant facilities in Russia. They came Monday only hours after international pleas to spare the area around Ukraine's main nuclear plant from attacks. Nikopol is on the the opposite bank of the Dnieper River and about 6 miles downstream from the plant and came under fire three times during the night from rockets and mortars. As the war in Ukraine nears its six-month mark, officials say there will soon be referendums on the captured regions joining Russia. Russian authorities say a car bomb killed the adult daughter of an influential political theorist who is often referred to as “Putin's brain.” The Moscow branch of the Russian Investigative Committee said preliminary information indicated a bomb exploded in the SUV driven by 29-year-old Daria Dugina. An adviser to Ukraine's president denied Ukrainian involvement in the car bomb attack. Rep. Liz Cheney says the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol has been talking with lawyers of former Vice President Mike Pence about testifying. Three law enforcement officers in Arkansas have been suspended after a video posted on social media showed a suspect being held down on the ground and beaten by police. Major champion and golf course architect Tom Weiskopf has died of pancreatic cancer. His wife says Weiskopf died Saturday at their home in Big Sky, Montana. Weiskopf's contributions to golf go far beyond his 16 PGA Tour wins and his British Open title at Troon in 1973. He was blunt and accurate when he worked as a TV analyst. And he was equally successful as a golf course architect. Weiskopf was diagnosed with cancer in December 2020. Laurie Weiskopf says he was still working on design projects in the week leading to his death. Tom Weiskopf was 79. CNN ended its ‘Reliable Sources' program after 30 years. Indiana's Republican governor has begun a visit to Taiwan, following two recent high-profile visits by U.S. politicians that drew China's ire and Chinese military drills. Gov. Eric Holcomb will focus on economic exchange, particularly semiconductors, and is expected to meet with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen. Former Vice President Mike Pence said he refused to leave the Capitol on Jan. 6 during an interview in Iowa with The Associated Press.  In sports, the Yankees finally won, the Astros avoided a sweep, the Dodgers kept rolling, the Mets padded their lead in the NL East, the Brewers and Cardinals won, and Patrick Cantlay moved into position to win a huge paycheck. The Ford Motor Co. says it plans to appeal a $1.7 billion verdict against the automaker after a pickup truck crash claimed the lives of a Georgia couple. A Georgia jury returned the verdict late last week. A horror movie convention promoter says it is assisting authorities following charges against actor Gary Busey involving alleged sexual offenses at an event in New Jersey earlier this month. The 78-year-old actor was charged Friday with fourth-degree criminal sexual contact, attempted criminal sexual contact and harassment after the Aug. 12-14 Monster Mania Convention in Cherry Hill. Walmart, the nation's largest employer, is expanding its abortion coverage for employees after staying largely mum on the issue following the Supreme Court ruling that scrapped a nationwide right to abortion. In a memo sent to employees on Friday, the company said its health care plans will now cover abortion for employees “when there is a health risk to the mother, rape or incest, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage or lack of fetal viability.” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is telling airlines to do a better job of helping stranded travelers or they will face new regulations. Buttigieg wants airlines to provide lodging for passengers stranded overnight. He also says they should give out meal vouchers when flights are delayed three hours or longer. Apple regularly issues updates to the software powering the iPhone, and sometimes it's OK to dawdle when it comes to installing them. But that's not the case with its latest — an upgrade that Apple released Wednesday to close a security hole that could allow hackers to seize control of iPhones and several other popular Apple products. —The Associated Press  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The NCG Podcast
The Slam: What we can learn from the Women's Open champion overcoming her mental demons - with sports psychologist Duncan McCarthy

The NCG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 44:16


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. 

Farming Eternal
Farming Eternal ep125: Draft Open Champion JaNo

Farming Eternal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 63:03


Welcome to Ep. 125: This week we have JaNo on the podcast. Who's JaNo? The draft open champion, who managed to win the open playing on an ipad at work on a whim. Enjoy. Here is the 7-win spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1u13MkadwKHYVHGNhAHCkE6jzswRgKD67bUAHwopYao0/edit?usp=sharing Finally, some plugs. We also have a Patreon @ www.patreon.com/farmingeternal We also started a discord. Join the community. We would love to talk more draft. Also, it's freaking awesome. You really should join. Yes, you! discord.gg/2Z2GxjQ Finally send all 7 win decklists to farmingeternal@gmail.com Thanks again for listening and remember to keep on farming.

TEAM Talk on ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM
7/29/22 Colorado Open champion Wil Collins

TEAM Talk on ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 14:47


Colorado Open champion Wil Collins 7/29/22.

Sticks Golf Podcast
Round Table Ep. 25 - Nick Taliaferro (VSGA State Open Champion)

Sticks Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 29:49


This week we have a special guest, the VSGA State Open Champion and Radford Highlander, Nick Taliaferro. Nick is one of many Highlanders that have been making a splash in Virginia State golf. We go through his week and his very up and down back nine to finish off his first Virginia State Open title. We also get into some of our own golf and tournament schedules for this summer. Give the pop a listen for an update on the Sticks Boys. Hope you all enjoy and we will see you next week!

Pin High Podcast
Pin High Podcast Ep. 142: The Open Champion Is Going to LIV Golf?

Pin High Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 38:48


This week the boys go over Cam Smith's win and Rory's failure at The Open, who is making the move to LIV Golf, and preview the 3M Open!   Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PinHighGolfMedia  Our Other Links: https://msha.ke/pinhighmedia 

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Hour 1 - Juan Soto Declines Offer, Cameron Smith Wins The Open

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 43:52 Very Popular


Dan talks about Juan Soto declining a huge deal from the Nationals and other huge contracts that have been offered to major-leaguers throughout history. And he thinks the LIV Tour is already pursuing newly crowned Open Champion, Cameron Smith. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Scorecard with Liam Flanagan
Will Cam Smith go from Open Champion to PGA turncoat?

The Scorecard with Liam Flanagan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 6:06


Australians shine bright at the World Athletics Championships A big piece of the Socceroos World Cup jigsaw falls into place Will Cam Smith go from Open Champion to PGA turncoat Another Aussie baller to feature in the NBA See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shep, Shower & Shave
Monday, July 18, 2022 | Hour 3 | Weekend Recap, Cam Smith is The Open Champion

Shep, Shower & Shave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 32:01


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Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Golf: 2013 Senior Open Champion Mark Wiebe Talks Winning an Open Plus If LIV Had Come Knocking in the 80's What He Would Have Done...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 22:22


Rob Strano shares his thoughts on this year's Open Championship, the media's fixation on Tiger Woods, the strategy mindset shift players need to make when playing links golf, and what's coming up on his TV show The Golf Kingdom. Mark Wiebe won the 2013 Senior Open Championship. We get his perspective on what it's like to play in an Open Championship, who he likes at this year's tournament, what strategy changes players need to make to be successful playing links golf, and what his reaction would have been if Greg Norman had shown up in the '80s with an offer for him to go play on the LIV Tour.

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Golf: Top Instructor Rob Stano, 2013 Senior Open Champion Mark Wiebe, Top Course Designers Bill Bergin & Rees Jones, Plus Duane Horton CEO of The McLemore Join Me...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 92:46


Talking Open Championship with Rob Strano, & Mark Wiebe, plus a big announcement about what's going on at The McLemore with Course Co-Designers Bill Bergin & Rees Jones, plus McLemore CEO Duane Horton. Rob Strano shares his thoughts on this year's Open Championship, the media's fixation on Tiger Woods, the strategy mindset shift players need to make when playing links golf, and what's coming up on his TV show The Golf Kingdom. Mark Wiebe won the 2013 Senior Open Championship. We get his perspective on what it's like to play in an Open Championship, who he likes at this year's tournament, what strategy changes players need to make to be successful playing links golf, and what his reaction would have been if Greg Norman had shown up in the '80s with an offer for him to go play on the LIV Tour. Bill Bergin, Rees Jones, and Duane Horton from The McLemore join me in the final segment. We hear the exciting announcement that a second 18-hole course is being developed on the property. It will be called The Outpost and the course will contain 5 holes along the edge of Lookout Mountain providing incredible vistas. We also hear about Bill Bergin's experience playing in the 1984 Open Championship at St. Andrews when he shot 66 in the 3rd round, which was the low round of the tournament. Rees Jones shares his thoughts on the new course at McLemore and how perfectly the land is suited to easily layout a new course. We also hear about his experience playing at St. Andrews. Duane Horton not only shares the announcement about the new course, he also talks about several other exciting pieces of news including a new hotel and other non-golf activities they have available for companies, families, and couples who are looking for a great getaway destination.

Success is a Choice
2003 British Open Champion Ben Curtis (flashback)

Success is a Choice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:33


This is a replay of one of our most popular episodes. See the original show notes and links below... This week is the Open Championship at historic Saint Andrews Golf Club. It is the last major of the PGA season. It also marks the 19th anniversary of Ben Curtis winning the Open Championship as a 300-to-1 long shot. When Ben Curtis hoisted the Claret Jug, it was the first time he had ever played in a major and it was his first-ever tournament at a links-style course. He also was a late add to the field and his wife barely made it over to England since she didn't have a passport. Anyway, this was an interesting episode that we did a couple of years ago but wanted to replay it since this is the week of The Open Championship. Lastly, I must admit I'm biased when it comes to Ben Curtis since he is a fellow Kent State Golden Flash alum. He is also doing a lot of great things in our area for kids in need. I highly recommend checking out his website at bencurtisfoundation.org.   ORIGINAL SHOW NOTES: Ben Curtis won the 2003 Open Championship at Royal St. George's as a rookie in only his 16th start on the PGA Tour. He became the first golfer in 90 years to win a major championship in his first try. He would go on to win a total of four PGA events. Curtis also was the runnerup at the 2012 PLAYERS Championship and a member of the 2008 Ryder Cup Championship Team. Prior to his professional career, he was formerly the world's number one ranked amateur after winning three Ohio Amateur titles, earning NCAA All-American honors three times at Kent State University, and reaching the semifinals of the 1999 of the prestigious U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach. He retired from professional golf in 2017.  He now leads the Ben Curtis Golf Academy, as well as the Ben Curtis Family Foundation which seeks to alleviate childhood hunger in Northeast Ohio. In today's episode, we discuss: Winning The Open Championship as a rookie Getting married and playing a PGA event on the same day The mental approach to golf Starting a foundation to help alleviate child hunger … and so much more!!!   Resources, Books, and Links  Golf Academy Website: BenCurtisGolfAcademy.com Foundation Website:   BenCurtisFoundation.org Foundation Facebook:  Facebook.com/BenCurtisFoundation/ Instagram: @BenCurtisFamilyFoundation Articles of Interest . . . Golf has a new place in Ben Curtis' life My First Open (first person article) 10 things to know about Ben Curtis' 2003 British Open win Caddie recalls Ben Curtis Open Championship Win Grandfather's Course was Curtis' School Past “Success is a Choice” podcast episodes of interest . . . Jon Steinbrecher (MAC commissioner) – Episode 124 Phil Hellmuth (15x World Series of Poker Champion) – Episode 108 Tim Dimoff (Leading expert on security & risk) – Episode 101 Drew Dinkmeyer – (“Welly” maker founder & Fantasy Sports Champion) – Episode 085 Brittany Horschel (wife of 2014 FedEx Golf Champion) – Episode 084 Paul Tesori (caddie for PGA golfer Webb Simpson) – Episode 080 Keith Lipscomb (ESPN.com Fantasy Football Sr. Editor) – Episode 026 Larry DeSimpelare (Crossroads League commissioner) – Episode 016 Dwane Casey (2018 NBA Coach of the Year) – Episode 001 Ben Curtis in Action This episode is sponsored by The Leadership Playbook This episode is made possible by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Rate and Review Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes.  Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?   Jamy Bechler is the author of The Leadership Playbook, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. Bechler spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. He has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.

Out of the Rough Golf Podcast
Ep.046 Previewing The 150th Open Championship & Ranger Cup III Draft

Out of the Rough Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 140:47


In this episode, David, Kid, Ryan, and Clint preview the 150th Open Champion at the iconic home of golf, St. Andrews, as well as conduct their draft for the third Ranger Cup their team golf competition.

Zukunft:digital – Kompetente Antworten, Inspiration und Expertenwissen
Disruptive Ideen – aufschieben oder angehen?

Zukunft:digital – Kompetente Antworten, Inspiration und Expertenwissen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:56


Die Innovationsfähigkeit von Unternehmen wird in einer volatilen Welt zu einem entscheidenden Erfolgs- und Resilienzfaktor. Neue Technologien, Produkte und Geschäftsmodelle entstehen und können Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft nachhaltig verändern. Doch welche Innovationen bringen Unternehmen wirklich voran? Muss immer eine disruptive Idee her oder reicht es auch aus, Ideen weiterzuentwickeln? Kerstin Hochmüller, CEO des Antriebsspezialisten Marantec, und Rafael Laguna de la Vera, Leiter der Bundesagentur für Sprunginnovationen SPRIN-D, sprechen darüber, wie neue Ideen entstehen und welchen Stellenwert Kooperationen zwischen Menschen – aber auch Unternehmen dabei einnehmen. Mehr Sichtweise auf den Status quo und die Zukunft gibt es auf kfw.de/zukunftsperspektiven

Nothing is OB: Golf Podcast
Ep. 65- David Ogrin "1996 Valero Texas Open Champion"

Nothing is OB: Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 61:46


In Ep.65 I speak with 1996 Valero Texas Open Champion "David Ogrin" We discuss his championship, his time on tour, what he has going on now days and what it was like to face and defeat Tiger Woods. I will be GIVING AWAY (2) Tickets to Friday's round at the Valero Open!! Tune in!! www.nothingobgolf.com Ways to listen https://linktr.ee/Nothingisob​​ Please follow/subscribe: facebook: Nothing is OB: South Texas Golf Podcast instagram: @nothingisob twitter: @nothingisob youtube: Nothing is OB: South Texas Golf Podcast #nothingisob​​​​​​ #nothingobgolf​​​​​​ #texasgolf​​​​​​ #sanantoniogolf​​​​​​ #texasgolf​​​​​​ #nikegolf​​​​​​ #swooshteam​​​​ #swoosh​​​​ #thegolffellowship #210golf​​​​​​ #alamocitygolf​​​​​​trail#countdowncitygolf​​​​​​ #southtexasgolf​​​​​ #callaway​​​​ #texasgolfinsider​​​ #bluecollargolf​​ #nikegolf #birdsup #forebros #acgttourseries #valerotexasopen #vto

The Manufacturing Report
U.S. Open Champion Matthew Fitzpatrick's Putter of Choice is Made in USA Bettinardi Golf

The Manufacturing Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 25:46


Robert Bettinardi had a passion for golf, and he had manufacturing expertise. He merged the two and almost a year and many pounds of steel later, he had milled his own putter. Bettinardi went on to manufacture for Titleist and Scotty Cameron before establishing family-owned putter brand Bettinardi Golf, which makes “the Ferrari” of putters from start to finish at Bettinardi's factory just outside Chicago. Golfer Matthew Fitzpatrick recently won 2022 U.S. Open with one of the brand's putters and will soon compete in the British Open with it in hand as well. Robert Bettinardi shares why his putters will always be Made in America and how the company is growing. Photo courtesy of Bettinardi Golf

Talking Golf with the Golf Guy
Talking Golf With The Golf Guy-Season 7 Episode 6 With 2022 U.S. Open Champion, Matthew Fitzpatrick

Talking Golf with the Golf Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


Undoubtedly, the game and sport of Golf is an import from the British Islands. Conceived, developed, and propagated on the wind-swept Linksland of the Scottish coast, it slowly migrated to the eastern seaboard of the American mainland, where it indifferently spread amongst the blossoming and burgeoning middle class created by the industrial revolution of the…

FORE the Good of the Game
Ian Baker-Finch - "Working the Masters" SHORT TRACK

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 3:48


Ian Baker-Finch, Open Champion at Birkdale in 1991, talks about how his playing experience helps as he covers the Masters Tournament as an analyst for CBS Sports, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Across The Pond On The Links
An English U.S. Open Champion

Across The Pond On The Links

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 38:39


Logan and Heather are back with some recaps on the years 3 Majors.  They discuss what could have been the best round of golf on a Sunday ever!  Huge congratulations to Matt Fitzpatrick and his incredible round and finish at the 122nd US Open Championship.  There are great things ahead for this young player.  Heather is in the Czech Republic for an event and is looking forward to a great week of golf.  The two discuss an absolutely dominant performance at the Scandinavian Mixed event hosted by the DP Tour. Linn Grant won the event by an impressive 9 shots of Hendrik Stenson and Warren Marc; and 14 shots clear of the next female competitor.  Impressive play from the youngster that has won 50% of the events that she's entered.  Keep your eyes on the rising star that is Linn Grant!   The pair close with some LIV talk.  Thanks for listening please share, rate and review our podcast we love to read your views. Also check us out at atpsports.net

Zukunft Familienunternehmen - Disruption. Transformation. Resilienz.
Vom Hidden Champion zum Open Champion: Marantec-CEO Kerstin Hochmüller will Veränderung!

Zukunft Familienunternehmen - Disruption. Transformation. Resilienz.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:12


Warum Veränderungsbereitschaft ein Zustand und keine punktuelle Entscheidung ist Die Marantec Group sitzt im ostwestfälischen Marienfeld und produziert als Familienunternehmen Antriebe und Zubehör für Garagentore, Industrietore, Außentore und Parkschranken. Kerstin Hochmüller ist als Marketingexpertin zu dem Unternehmen gestoßen, das sie heute leitet – und hat schnell erkannt: Der Veränderungsdruck kommt zunehmend von außen. Dank Globalisierung rasen Produkte, Dienstleistungen und Menschen immer schneller um die Welt. Die Komplexität wächst. Unternehmen können nicht wie bisher linear von innen heraus entscheiden – sie müssen sich öffnen und vernetzen. Seitdem hat die Diplom-Betriebswirtin die Marantec Group, gegründet von ihrem Ehemann Michael Hörmann, gründlich transformiert. Und sie setzt sich dafür ein, dass sich auch der gesamte deutsche Mittelstand wandelt: von Hidden Champions zu Open Champions. „Der Open Champion ändert eigentlich nur eine Kleinigkeit“, erläutert sie im Gespräch mit Moderatorin Professor Nadine Kammerlander von der WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management. „Er ist nicht mehr in seiner eigenen kleinen Welt unterwegs, sondern öffnet sich der Welt und damit auch den Chancen, die sich in dieser Welt ergeben“. Den „Open Champion“ kennzeichnet laut Hochmüller u. a. die Bereitschaft, sich für „Open Innovation“ und das Teilen von Erfahrungen zu öffnen, eine neue Auffassung von Leadership durch flache Hierarchien und Empowerment der Mitarbeiter, und Kooperationen in allen Bereichen – intern und extern. Dazu gehört auch die aktive Teilnahme in Netzwerken von Start-ups, Mittelständlern und Kunden. Auch Karen Neuhaus, EY-Partnerin und Geschäftsführerin der Digital-Tochter etventure, engagiert sich deutschlandweit für kundenorientierte Transformationsprojekte. „In Zeiten ständiger Marktveränderungen können Unternehmen nicht mehr nur aus ihrer Sicht heraus auf die Wettbewerbslage reagieren, sondern müssen auf die Kunden schauen“, sagt sie. „Und das erfordert nicht zuletzt gänzlich neue Management-Ansätze“. Gäste: Kerstin Hochmüller, Gesellschafterin und CEO der Marantec Group mit Sitz in Ostwestfalen Dr. Karen Neuhaus, Partnerin bei EY, Geschäftsführerin der Digital-Tochter etventure, Leiterin des Bereichs Business Consulting von EY in Deutschland Moderation: Prof. Dr. Nadine Kammerlander, Leiterin des Instituts für Familienunternehmen und Mittelstand der WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Produktion: Regina Körner und Migo Fecke, professional-podcasts.com Senden Sie uns gerne Fragen und Kommentare an: zukunft.familienunternehmen@whu.edu Mehr zu "Zukunft Familienunternehmen" finden Sie unter https://www.whu.edu/de/fakultaet/entrepreneurship-and-innovation-group/institut-fuer-familienunternehmen-und-mittelstand und bei EY unter https://www.ey.com/de_de/family-enterprise und https://www.ey.com/de_de/unlocking-ambitions-of-private-businesses-and-their-owners Der Podcast wurde produziert von Regina Koerner und Migo Fecke Mehr zu professional-podcasts.com finden Sie unter https://professional-podcasts.com

Sook Sports
Sook Sports Minute: Golf U.S. Open Champion (Matt Fitzpatrick)

Sook Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 1:12


SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
* Jake Kneen, Mini-Tour Professional from White Lake and the 2018 and 2022 Michigan Open Champion

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:01


Michigan's Big Show
* Jake Kneen, Mini-Tour Professional from White Lake and the 2018 and 2022 Michigan Open Champion

Michigan's Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:01


David Novak Leadership Podcast
Jon Rahm, Defending U.S. Open Champion, on using history as your guide

David Novak Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 51:22 Very Popular


There's so much to admire about Jon Rahm. He's obviously super talented, absolutely the real deal, and an extraordinary competitor. But I think you'll be surprised to learn that one of his most distinguishing characteristics is his love for the history of the game.   Not only does it help him to appreciate those who've come before him, but he uses what he's learned to give him a competitive edge and help him in the heat of battle.  Knowing your history can be your advantage too. Because here's the thing: the best leaders I know use history to learn from and inspire them about what's possible.

The Open Podcasts
Tom Watson - A Champion's Determination: Part One

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 33:23 Very Popular


Unlike many Open Champions, Tom Watson did not have to wait long to get his hands on the Claret Jug. Also unlike other Champion Golfers, Watson was prolific in golf's original Major to an historic degree, with a large portion of his victories in The Open coming while he still disliked the challenge of links golf.One of the most successful golfers in history, and a steely competitor with a tenacious game, Watson accomplished an immense amount on the British Isles in his lifetime. And as the Kansas City native learned to embrace links golf, all while earning a reputation as one of the most gracious and respectful Champions in the game, fans of The Open embraced him in return.In this brand new three-part documentary, hear from the legendary Tom Watson, his manager Barry Hyde, his friend and Major Champion John Mahaffey and one of Tom's greatest rivals and inspirations, Jack Nicklaus, in an exploration of what made Watson the greatest Open Champion since WWI. Listen to the first of three parts here, only on The Open Podcasts.

Silver Club Golfing Society Podcast
It's U.S. Open Week with Curtis Strange, 1988 U.S. Open Champion at The Country Club (and and 1989 at Oak Hill, too!)

Silver Club Golfing Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 56:31


This week's Silver Club Podcast welcomes back-to-back U.S. Open champion Curtis Strange. He shares his experience of winning the 1988 U.S. Open at this year's venue, The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.  Strange added to the lore in Brookline by defeating Nick Faldo in an 18-hole Monday playoff.  He shares that story, among others this week!

The 966
Reacting to the launch of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour and a conversation with Mark Thompson and Neil Quilliam on their new book on Saudi Arabia

The 966

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 104:25


1:43 - Richard's one big thing this week is a new report highlighting how Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 is shifting Saudi Arabia's global perception.Vision 2030 has become the largest single contributor to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's global media coverage, a recent report indicated.The research, titled “KSA Reputation: How Vision 2030 is Rebranding the Nation,” released last month by global media intelligence provider CARMA, showed that the Kingdom's "transformative vision had put it in a more positive light than 15 months ago."8:02 - Strap in everyone, because all the drama surrounding the new Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour came to a head this week. Lucien's one big thing is recapping all that's going on with LIV Golf, including the surprising announcements this week and what's to come for the well-funded, upstart competitor to the PGA Tour. LIV Golf is "supercharging the professional golf landscape and creating new value for fans and players alike." Here's who is IN...Bryson DeChambeau, the 2020 U.S. Open Champion, is joining the LIV Golf Invitational Series, a source confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.Patrick Reed, the 2018 Masters champion, is also joining the LIV series, according to multiple reports.Dustin Johnson, recent 2020 FedEx Cup Winner and Master's Champion...Phil Mickelson, who won the 2021 PGA Championship......and others.20:40:00 - The hosts welcome on Dr. Mark Thompson and Dr. Neil Quilliam, authors of a new book on Saudi Arabia's governance and policymaking, for a fascinating discussion on how decision-making is changing and evolving at all levels in Saudi Arabia as Vision 2030 continues apace.1:08:52 - Yallah! 6 top storylines in Saudi Arabia this week.Saudi GDP grows 9.9% in Q1, beating flash estimateSaudi Arabia's gross domestic product grew 9.9% in the first quarter, the fastest in a decade and more than a flash estimate last month of 9.6%, official data showed on Tuesday, according to Reuters. It was the fastest expansion since the third quarter of 2011 with the increase in oil production a key factor, said Monica Malik, chief economist at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank.https://www.reuters.com/markets/asia/saudi-gdp-grows-99-q1-beating-flash-estimate-official-data-2022-06-07/#:~:text=DUBAI%2C%20June%207%20(Reuters),official%20data%20showed%20on%20Tuesday.Biden's meeting with Saudi crown prince pushed back to JulyA meeting between President Joe Biden and Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is now expected to happen next month, according to an administration official. CNN reported earlier this week that Biden and the crown prince were planning to meet at the end of June as part of a broader summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which Saudi Arabia currently presides over.https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/04/politics/biden-mohammed-bin-salman-saudi-meeting/index.htmlSaudi Wealth Fund's $3 Billion Jordan Unit Aims to Ramp Up DealsThe Saudi Jordanian Investment Fund, controlled by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund, is backing the development of a $400 million hospital in Amman as it looks to ramp up spending over the next few years.The fund, which has committed capital of $3 billion, will be the only equity investor in a new 300-bed hospital in Jordan in a partnership with California's UCLA Health and University College London's medical school.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-06/saudi-wealth-fund-s-3-billion-jordan-unit-aims-to-ramp-up-deals?sref=5jMtLoGcSaudi Arabia plans to spend $1 billion a year discovering treatments to slow agingThe Saudi royal family has started a not-for-profit organization called the Hevolution Foundation that plans to spend up to $1 billion a year of its oil wealth supporting basic research on the biology of aging and finding ways to extend the number of years people live in good health, a concept known as “health span.”https://www.technologyreview.com/2022/06/07/1053132/saudi-arabia-slow-aging-metformin/2 Saudi delegations to visit US to improve economic tiesThis comes “at a time when Riyadh and Washington are intensifying their efforts to repair their tense relations with the aim of paving the way for US President Joe Biden's visit,” according to Reuters.The first delegation is expected to visit Washington on June 15, headed by Saudi Commerce Minister Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi, while the second delegation, headed by Investment Minister Khaled Al-Falih, intends to visit the United States by the end of the month.https://www.siasat.com/2-saudi-delegations-to-visit-us-to-improve-economic-ties-2342661/Saudi Arabia condemns Indian officials' comments insulting Prophet MohammedSaudi Arabia condemns and denounces statements by the spokeswoman of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which constituted an insult to the Prophet Mohammed, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Sunday.https://english.alarabiya.net/News/gulf/2022/06/05/Saudi-Arabia-condemns-Indian-officials-comments-insulting-Prophet-Mohammed

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
1991 Open Champion Ian Baker-Finch Talks LIV Tour, The Masters, Winning The Open, & Much More...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 19:26


Ian Baker-Finch won the Open Championship in 1991 and is now one of the best Analysts in the game. You can hear Ian as part of the CBS broadcast team. In this segment, he shares his insights and concerns about the LIV Tour. We talk about his 3 Top 10 finishes and The Masters and what allowed him to play so well there. We hear about how he taught himself the game by reading Jack Nicklaus' book "Golf My Way" and then years later playing alongside Jack in a practice round at the 1985 Open Championship at Royal St. George's. We also go back to his first PGA Tour victory at Colonial in 1989 and his big win at the 1991 Open Championship that featured a 3rd round 64 that included nine 3s on his scorecard. He followed up with opening his final round with a front nine 29 that included 5 birdies in his first 7 holes, on his way to shooting 66.

The Playbook: Sports & Entertainment
The Importance of Serving Others | Interview With French Open Champion, Murphy Jensen

The Playbook: Sports & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 26:22


Murphy Jensen, Co-founder of WEconnect Health Management, talks about how winning the 1993 French Open Doubles title shined a spotlight on him that he felt unworthy of and how the mantra “I am responsible” aided in his recovery from drug addiction. Murphy Jensen and host of the #ThePlaybook, David Meltzer, discuss topics such as why so many people deal with uncomfortability by turning to drugs and alcohol, how to find a person that you can open up to, and why asking for help is the best thing that any addict can do. Jensen also shares a story about how Tommy Lasorda helped him to coach a tennis team that went on the longest winning streak in the history of American professional sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

WHOOP Podcast
Sloane Stephens, U.S. Open champion, talks mental health, the winning mindset, and peak performance

WHOOP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 45:14 Very Popular


2017 U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens joins the WHOOP Podcast for an in-depth conversation on her career, high performance, and mental health. Sloane is one of the most recognizable American tennis players of the last decade. She became the youngest woman in the top 100 by the time she turned 18 and has reached as high as the third overall ranking in the world. Despite that, she explains how she has avoided placing unnecessary pressure on herself and talks about how obsessing over winning proved to be a detriment to her. She discusses her journey to tennis (1:28), going pro at 16 (5:02), winning the U.S. Open (9:27), mental health and wellbeing (11:28), how she felt before the U.S. Open final (17:04), mindfulness and meditation (19:34), using WHOOP (23:19), strain (26:41), "peak Sloane" (33:19), finding gratitude (37:40), life after tennis (41:42), and the Sloane Stephens Foundation (42:25). Support the show

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys
Craig with Curtis Strange 5-17

Sports Morning with Craig Humphreys

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 16:05


Craig previews this week's PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa with the two time U.S. Open Champion and ESPN analyst! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Open Podcasts
Season 5 Trailer

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 1:07


The Open Podcasts are returning ahead of The 150th Open at St Andrews!Golf's greatest stories continue, with a special series on Open Qualifying hosted by Peter Finch, a preview show for The 150th Open with The Open Radio's Marcus Buckland, and a three-part documentary series with a legendary Open Champion. All this before daily coverage of one of the most hotly anticipated Championships in the history of golf this July.Subscribe now to The Open Podcasts for free to never miss an episode!

FORE the Good of the Game
Curtis Strange - Part 3 (Tour Wins and the 1988 U.S. Open)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 46:39


A winner of 17 PGA Tour events and 2-time U.S. Open Champion, Curtis Strange, reflects back on each of his tour wins including an early playoff victory over Lee Trevino in Houston, besting his college roommate, Jay Haas, in Hartford, and prevailing at the Canadian Open by 2 shots over Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. In between there are plenty of great stories of life on the road, who were the best ball strikers and much more. We finish with a look back at  Curtis'  win in the 1988 U.S. Open at The Country Club in a playoff over Nick Faldo. Curtis Strange continues the story of his remarkable career, "FORE the Good of the Game." 

Married Into Crazy with Snooks and Lovey
Ep. 191 - The Halls, Living Life On Their Terms #MIC

Married Into Crazy with Snooks and Lovey

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 69:07


Have you heard of Pickleball? What about the Pickleball Legend named Gizmo (Jay Hall) and his Queen, Laine? It's time to meet the U.S. Open Champion and his Champion. This couple has a history of doing things their way and everyone around them benefits from it. We talk about marriage, mental health, community activism, and of course, Pickleball. Visit the links discussed in today's episode: Support the Pickleball Farm www.Pickleballfarm.com Get your Married Into Crazy® Gear shop.MarriedIntoCrazy.com Book Your Discovery Call https://marriedintocrazy.com/coaching/ola/services/introduction-call Reduce your taxes, protect your family, and build your wealth at www.yourfinancialfreedomfighter.com Fun & Sexy App for your marriage (upgrade to premium for the real fun) r.intimately.us/mic

Wirtschaft – detektor.fm
Marantec – Der Open Champion

Wirtschaft – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 22:16


Offene Kommunikation statt Geheimniskrämerei. Das Unternehmen Marantec versteht sich selbst als Open Champion des deutschen Mittelstands. Was das bedeutet und welche Herausforderungen das mit sich bringt, verrät Geschäftsführer Andreas Schiemann. >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/wirtschaft/mittelstand-marantec

Podcasts – detektor.fm
Mittelstand | Marantec – Der Open Champion

Podcasts – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 22:16


Offene Kommunikation statt Geheimniskrämerei. Das Unternehmen Marantec versteht sich selbst als Open Champion des deutschen Mittelstands. Was das bedeutet und welche Herausforderungen das mit sich bringt, verrät Geschäftsführer Andreas Schiemann. >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/wirtschaft/mittelstand-marantec

Golf Today
BRYSON OPTS FOR SURGERY | Apr. 13

Golf Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 65:11


Big news out of Bryson DeChambeau's camp today. The former U.S. Open Champion has chosen to have his injured left hand surgically repaired after an injury-riddled start to 2022. Damon Hack and the team discuss what this means for Bryson's season as he'll need time to recuperate right as major championship season is around the corner. Damon, Jaime Diaz and Paige Mackenzie also discuss Justin Thomas' season so far and ask the big question surrounding the PGA TOUR superstar: "has the spotlight begun to take the shine off of his golf game?" Lastly, with the RBC Heritage beginning tomorrow, Kira K. Dixon chimes in from the golf course to get us up to speed with the state of the field before competition begins on Thursday. Rex Hoggard: 36:38 Jennifer Kupcho: 1:01:09

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast
Mark Calcavecchia, 1989 Open Champion, Talks About Birdying the 72nd Hole to Force A Playoff with Greg Norman & Wayne Grady Plus the Interesting Message He Wrote on His Scorecard at the 2007 PODs Championship...

Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro, Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 25:19


In this segment of Next on the Tee, Mark Calcavecchia talks about his victory at the 1989 Open Championship and the clutch shots he hit on the 72nd hole to make birdie to tie Greg Norman at the time and force what ended up being a 3-way playoff which also included Wayne Grady. We also hear about his last victory on the PGA Tour at the 2007 PODs Championship which started with an opening-round 75 and the message he wrote to himself on the bottom of his official scorecard: "I f***ing suck."

Talk of the TOUR Golf Podcast
Corey Conners: 2019 Valero Texas Open champion. Rob Bolton: Fantasy Insider

Talk of the TOUR Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 33:04


John Swantek hangs with Corey Conners, coming off a 3rd place finish at the World Golf Championships - Dell Technologies Match Play. Fantasy Insider Rob Bolton analyzes the field at the Valero Texas Open 

Inside The Ropes
NSW Open champion Harrison Crowe and professor Steve Otto

Inside The Ropes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 39:07


Hosts Tiffany Cherry and Mark Allen are joined by Harrison Crowe who won last weekend's NSW Open as an amateur! Crowe recaps his final round at Concord Golf Club, looks ahead to next week's Australian Amateur and his future in the game.Then, we are joined by professor Steve Otto who headed up the R&A distance report that was released last week. Otto previously worked for NASA and his work in golf is focusing on the intricacies of finding a balance between skills and the pressure being placed on existing golf courses by big hitters. The discussion with him on this episode is fascinating and all golf fans will love listening to it.In Martin Blake's absence, PGA of Australia senior writer Tony Webeck drops in with all the latest news and the show rounds out with the latest edition of Marko's Masterclass.

GOLF's Fully Equipped
WM Phoenix Open Champion Scottie Scheffler's unique bag set up, a deep-dive into our Robot Testing data for Srixon's and Mizuno's metalwoods

GOLF's Fully Equipped

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 48:16


On this week's Fully Equipped, hosts Gene Parente, President of Golf Laboratories, Kris McCormack, True Spec Golf's VP of Tour and Education, and Mark Hannan, Senior Producer for GOLF.com, talk the madness that ensued in Scottsdale this past weekend at the WM Phoenix Open and the unique set up in Champion Scottie Scheffler's bag. The guys then wrap up the episode with deep-dives into our ClubTest 2022 robot testing data for Mizuno's new ST-Z and ST-X drivers as well as Srixon's ZX line of metalwoods.

Daily Telegraph News & Politics
Ash Barty Crowned Australia Open Champion 30/01/22

Daily Telegraph News & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 3:42


As a nation collectively held its breath, world No.1 Ash Barty showed why she is the most dominant force in women's tennis, finding a way to overcome feisty American Danielle Collins Small businesses who suffered during the “shadow lockdown” brought on by Omicron will be able to claim up to 20 per cent of the payroll under a more than $1 billion NSW government financial support package. One of the state's top cops says shutting down the key players in the conflict ­between the Hamzy and ­Alameddine families has left the two warring sides confused and in chaos. And a COVID-era land rush and decades of poor planning have pushed prices for ­shovel-ready blocks to new heights and encouraged buyers to take drastic steps to get into new estates. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription atdailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WHAT MAKES GREAT?
Scott Simpson – Part 2 || 1987 U.S. Open Champion, seven-time PGA Tour winner, two-time individual NCAA National Champion & current University of Hawaii Head Men's Golf Coach :: Ep/15

WHAT MAKES GREAT?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 40:48


The second episode of a two part series. Scott Simpson breaks down his U.S. Open win, golf course strategy, his college golf experience and the traits of elite players.

WHAT MAKES GREAT?
Scott Simpson - Part I || 1987 U.S. Open Champion, seven-time PGA Tour winner, two-time individual NCAA National Champion and current University of Hawaii Head Men's Golf Coach :: Ep/14

WHAT MAKES GREAT?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 45:17


Part one of a two part series. Scott Simpson shares 27 years of PGA Tour experience. Simpson talks about his start to the game, how he practiced and learned, the mental game of golf, the importance of a routine and his 1987 U.S. Open win.

The Bag Drop: Untold Stories in Golf
Open Champion & Ryder Cup Winner Ben Curtis, with Luke Taylor of Clubs and Corks Podcast

The Bag Drop: Untold Stories in Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 67:42


It's Ryder Cup week! Ryder Cup winner and Open Champion Ben Curtis joins the Bag Drop along with Luke Taylor of Clubs and Corks Podcast. NewClub Golf Society | https://www.newclub.golf

The ROL Radio - Jiu Jitsu Podcast

On this episode, we have an IBJJF U.S. National and Open Champion, Rickson Gracie International Champion, NAGA Advanced Champion, and former MMA Pro with a list of BJJ credentials that goes on and on. But what he is most known for is his company Tour Protection, Protective Service Operations.Tod Fox has taken his 12 years of U.S. Marine experience, along with his career in Law Enforcement, and spent the last 21 years protecting Fortune 500 CEOs, world-famous musicians on tour, and actors on film sets across the world. Listen as Todd discusses how Jiu Jitsu has prepared him for his line of work and how the Jiu Jitsu mindset can help you in all of life's challenges, both mentally and physically. He also discusses the logistics of protecting his clients through various situations both home and abroad. Todd also shares with us how to keep the average citizen safe in an increasingly dangerous world. Here is the RŌL Radio with 3rd Degree Black Belt under Rodrigo Vaghi, and author of the book, Protection For and From Humanity, Todd Fox.http://www.therolradio.comhttps://www.instagram.com/therolradio/https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/http://www.toddafox.com/fighting.htmlhttp://www.tourprotection.com/protection for and from humanityhttps://www.instagram.com/tourtraining/http://teamvaghi.com/instructors/Episode Highlights:2:47 Episode Obstacles4:26 Protective Services and Todd's Start7:00 The Trancendance of Jiu Jitsu10:53 What Separates Blue, Purple, and Black Belts14:30 Problem, Analysis, Solution17:05 The Real Work of Keeping Clients Safe28:07 Don't Go Where Problems Happen35:29 Action vs Reaction46:14 Different is Good52:25 Everything Comes Back to the Fundamentals1:07:42 Quitting Becomes Easy1:09:04 Five Questions

The Anchor
Commodore Hour - U.S. Open Champion Josie Barnes, HC Clark Lea

The Anchor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 32:28


Kevin Ingram visits with U.S. Open Champion and Vanderbilt assistant bowling coach Josie Barnes. Plus, a conversation with head football coach Clark Lea. Vandy vs. Colorado State this Saturday can be heard on the Vanderbilt Sports Network from Learfield. Find affiliates on vucommodores.com or download the VU Commodores app for free.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.