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Ahead of Season 4 of The Open Podcasts, we hope you enjoy this bonus episode, utilising archive footage from the 1979, 1984 and 1988 Opens. To celebrate Seve Ballesteros' career, and the launch of the new film SEVE - Artist, Fighter, Legend on Rakuten TV, let us take you back to experience each of the great man's triumphs in The Open Championship.When Seve first burst onto the scene during the 1976 Open as a 19-year-old, the world of golf knew they were witnessing the emergence of a new star. But who could have predicted the joy that the magical Spaniard would bring to millions around the world, in the years to come.Enjoy Seve's marvellous victories in 1979, 1984 and 1988 here, in this flashback bonus episode.Watch SEVE - Artist, Fighter, Legend -> https://rakuten.tv/uk/movies/seve-artist-fighter-legend
We are in full swing now and we have a great field for this week's tournament. Where's your heart at this week? Listen in and find out who we are playing and who we are fading. This podcast is brought to you one of the fantasy industry leaders...Rotoballer Go to https://www.rotoballer.com/fantasy-pga-premium-golf-dfs-for-draftkings-fanduel Use the promo code “NICE”. Follow us on Twitter! Andrew: https://twitter.com/andrewputters Joe: https://twitter.com/JoeNicely RotoBaller: https://twitter.com/RotoBaller RotoballerPGA: https://twitter.com/RotoBallerPGA Looking for help with your Vivint Home Security and Automation email AndrewPutters@gmail.com for more information. Check this video out:
Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine welcome Oklahoma State senior Eugenio Chacarra on to College Golf Talk, and the topics are wide-ranging: Sanderson Farms start, Sergio and Seve, and even an upcoming soccer match between the Cowboys men's golf team and the Cowgirls women's soccer team. Burko and Brentley then talk future Ryder Cup stars for Europe, wrap up the results from the week and preview next week's event at The Blessings.
John Huggan describes Neil Coles as the best golfer Americans have never heard of. An aversion to flying meant one of the United Kingdom's best players had limited exposure in the US but that takes nothing away from his remarkable resume. Coles played in eight Ryder Cups between 1961 and 1977 and is credited with 50 professional victories in a playing career spanning more than 40 years. Huggan sat down with Coles recently at his home near Wentworth in London. They had an engaging chat about all things golf, from his start in the game to staring down the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus, in the Ryder Cup.
Professional golfer, Zane Scotland grabbed the attention of the media in 1997, when he was hailed as Britain's answer to Tiger Woods at age 14. A year later he was a scratch golfer and in 1999 at just 16 years old, Zane became the youngest English player ever to qualify for The Open Championship. He was Europe's #1 amateur player and represented both England and GB & Ireland. As well as progressing to the European Pro Tour he also holds a record 11 wins on the MENA tour. Zane now runs his own golf academy, based at The Wisley in Surrey, England. He also works as an expert analyst on Sky Sports and is a brand ambassador for Callaway. There are some great sporting anecdotes and stories in here, so golf fans will hopefully love this podcast, but this episode is not just about golf. It's about mindset, it's about race and identity, it's about using the feeling of being an outsider as fuel. We discuss dealing with injuries and setbacks, the reality of borrowing money from your parents, driving through the night, cheap airport motels, and buying golf shirts on a maxed-out credit card before making your big breakthrough. It's also about the power of goal setting, visualisation, and creating your own reality.I love golf, so I won't apologise for getting excited about this one and milking it for coaching tips. But I was cognisant the entire time (as I am with every pro athlete on the podcast) that I should look for patterns to parlay into self-development, business, and life lessons more generally. I wanted to steer him towards topics and motifs that bleed into others. How can we extract the general from the specific? What can we learn over here that also applies over there? Playing the Inner Game is all about mentality. It's about adjusting the aperture through which we view life's events, and in that regard, I think Zane absolutely delivered.Links:Instagram @zanescotlandgolfTwitter @ZaneScotlandYoutube Vodcasthttps://www.zanescotland.golf/Home of the podcast:LinkedIn: @michaelxcampionInstagram: @michaelxcampionTop Ten Public Speaking Tips + 'Thursday Thoughts' www.michaelxcampion.com/subscribeMentions:The WisleyGrant Cardone - Be Obsessed or Be Averagehttps://www.theguardian.com/sport/2008/jan/13/golf.rydercuphttps://www.skysports.com/golf/news/12176/12010640/racist-incidents-in-golf-on-the-way-out-says-zane-scotland
A host of elements make the Old Course what it is. Most often people focus on the history of the course, and for good reason. Simultaneously, however, the history sometimes detracts from what makes the course truly special. If one were to take away the Open Championship history and the design's overarching influence on the game of golf you'd have the most fun golf course in the world. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rick and PGA/LPGA professional Jennifer Cully discuss her career in golf. Jennifer recently made the cut at the U.S. Senior Women's Open Championship.This podcast presented by Play Loud Golf Shirts and accessories. Featuring unique golf shirts that help you share the story of your own golfing journeyEstablished in 2020, Play Loud Golf features clothing for those who love the game and want to shout it out silently, on the golf course Check out their web site HEREA portion of each sale benefits the Independent Transportation Network Suncoast, which provides dignified transportation services to seniors aged 60 and older in Sarasota and Manatee counties in Florida and to all residents of those counties with visual impairments, regardless of their age. ITN Suncoast and Play Loud Golf Appreciate your support.
Episode 43 - Hear me, but you can't see me The livestream got off to a bang, because I forgot to turn the livestreaming on, so there is no video, only audio. GRQOTW 42 - Are you permitted free relief from a dot of paint that is marking a yardage on the fairway? Answer - These are artificial objects, however they are not obstructions. So there is no free relief UNLESS the Committee declares them to be ground under repair - Local Rule F-21. Thank you everyone for the well wishes since hearing that I have left Golf Australia. It was time to move on and find new challenges. As well as not being hamstrung in the Rules of Golf content and projects that I have put out. This includes being able to go out to golf clubs in Australia to run Rules workshops. If you are interested or know of a club that would like a Rules of Golf workshop, please reach out to me. I can even do one online, but certainly everyone learns more in person. Now back to catching up on rulings: Jason Dufner Duffs his Putt This was a PGA Tour archive video of Jason Dufner & Dustin Johnson playing in a four-ball tournament. As Dufner was setting up to putt, his putter slipped off the grass and into the ball, back then theis incurred a penalty of one stroke. But now there would be no penalty under Rule 9.4, because Dufner's ball was on the green. Jon Rahm's Ball Moved Jon Rahm's ball moved on the green at The Open Championship. Unlike Dufner's situation, Rahm's ball was moved by the wind. Now usually you would play the ball as it lies when it has been moved by wind, but under Rule 13.1d, because Rahm had already lifted and replaced his ball. Of course marking it first. He was required to move it back. If he had not lifted and replaced it, he would just play it as it lies. Rory McIlroy at The Open Championship hit his ball next to a massive television. This TV was of course showing the leaderboard and video footage of players out on the course. Because Rory had interference to both his line of play and line of sight from the TV, he was permitted to take free relief. His ball was in the general area, so the relief area had to be in the general area. Not a common Local Rule in club land, but certainly on every PGA Tour, LPGA, and European Tour event there are Temporary Immovable Obstructions. IVORs Two massive IVORs last week. G-9 not D-7 was the correct Local Rule for Bubba being permitted to replace his club. And the Dunes was designed by Tony Cashmore not Tom Doak. GRQOTW43 - In agreement a player and their opponent stop their match due to the weather conditions. They agree to return the next day and start at 8am. Firstly, is this permissible for a player and opponent to agree to suspend their match, AND Secondly, when they come back, do they start from where they left off or from their first hole with the score being square?
Champions Tour @ Warwick Hills; GAM Senior Women's Open Championship at Birchwood Golf and Country Club; Maybank Wins Again; Finau Finally Breaks Through; Preview and Picks for the BMW Championship at Caves Valley in Baltimore, MD; Dakotas Tour
It was 50/50, but the guys decided to return home from their trip to Bandon Dunes so despite it being a day later than normal, they're back in the studio! Things start with a recap of the last major of the calendar year, the AIG Women's Open Championship, where Carnoustie served up some "hard-to-watch" drama on the 18th (72nd) hole yet again, ensuring Sweden's Anna Nordqvist of her 3rd major championship! We had more playoff (PLAYOFFS?!?!) drama in the first leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs with Tony Finau finally (after 1,975 days) breaking the "Curse of Puerto Rico" and getting his 2nd PGA Tour victory at the Northern Trust! And while we're a still a few weeks away, the guys take a sneak peek at the current Ryder Cup standings and play "Steve Stricker for a Day" and make their selections for the team for next month's Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. Lastly, the guys ever-so-softly "tease" the recap of their recent trip to Bandon Dunes with a special "bonus pod" coming soon that will break down the entire trip, highlights and low-lights, do's and don'ts, and what the guys would (will) do differently the next time! All that, and so much more on this week's YSO podcast!!!
Anna Nordqvist wins the AIG Women's Open Championship, listen today as we recap the final major of 2021 and talk what a career Anna has stacked up over the past 13 years! The NORTHERN TRUST has been delayed but we have a stacked leaderboard, list to our thought on how this tournament will end and the impact on the FedEx Cup Playoffs! Follow us on Instagram @up_to_par_golf for golf giveaways, podcast updates, and more!
After a brief-ish hiatus Halley and Rich return for their first off-season, après- everything episode. This week we're catching up on lost time at a cool, new beach bar in Highlands, NJ called The Sandbox. Throughout the episode, we run the gamut. We're tasting new beers. We're talking cocktails. We're singing karaoke, well at least Rich is. Halley even picks her winner of The Open Championship. Grab a beer and tune in to see if her pick was on point and so much more. And, while your at it, follow us on our new TikTok account https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMRNq6rB7/ and our new YouTube channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCEftGe9Ye2VijT2szbHCrGg for exclusive content. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondtheapres/message
The FedEx Cup Playoffs start at Liberty National and one of the strongest fields of the year are ready to tee it up and compete for the $15 million prize! The final major championship of 2021 is this week as the top Women golfers in the World prepare for The Women's Open Championship at the famous Carnoustie! Follow us on Instagram @up_to_par_golf for golf giveaways, podcast updates and more!
806: Rick Sessinghaus first met Collin Morikawa when he was 8 years old. After watching him swing the club just a couple times, he agreed to work with him and has been doing so ever since. In only his second season on the PGA Tour, Collin won the 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park in San Francisco and then the 2021 Open Championship at Royal St George's Golf Club in England. In this week's episode we talk to Rick about how he taught Collin to “play” golf as opposed to hitting golf shots. We also discuss how we put pressure on ourselves that turns into tension in our bodies that result in less than optimal golf striking. Learn more about and from Rick at ricksessinghaus.com. Want to get a quick taste of the full interview, check out the short video preview on our YouTube.com/golfsmarterTV channel at https://youtu.be/kJJw8wvE1dAGolf Smarter is your podcast forecaddie! As an entertainment service that enhances your game like a great caddie, we're now accepting tips on the homepage at GolfSmarter.com. Please show your support so that we can continue to provide weekly, helpful, and entertaining content. Your donation can be as much, or as little as you'd like. It can be a one time offering or your can even do it recurring. Thank you very much. This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans 122 we go back to a conversation with Tom Wishon, an outspoken leader in the world of custom club making. Tom speaks his mind on the then recent USGA rulings about the changes in wedges and explains how it's relevant to you. Check out the video of host Fred Greene paragliding off the Santa Monica Mountains and his incredible journey to the beaches of Malibu on our YouTube.com/golfsmarterTV channel. https://youtu.be/E0Hbg48D7OgThis episode of Golf Smarter is brought to you by ReliefFactor.com/golfsmarter. If you have everyday aches and pains, Relief Factor is 100% drug-free and designed to be taken every day, so you can get out and stay out of pain.Go to ReliefFactor.com/GOLFSMARTER and order a 3-Week QuickStart for only $19.95.
Today, Homer Kelley's 1969 book The Golfing Machine is a standard text for those who study the science of the golf swing. Famous instructors cite it, as do tour pros like Bryson DeChambeau and Steve Elkington. But in 1982, The Golfing Machine was most associated with 23-year-old Bobby Clampett, who had been schooled in Kelley's system. Clampett had compiled a stellar amateur résumé, and after two rounds of the '82 Open Championship, he led by five shots. He was on the verge of validating what he had once told a reporter about The Golfing Machine: "It's the Bible of golf." In this edition of our audio documentary series, we tell the story of Homer Kelley, Bobby Clampett, and their quest to prove that science could solve the mysteries of the game. Season two of Fried Egg Stories is brought to you by Precision Pro Golf. This episode was produced by Garrett Morrison and mixed by Cameron Hurdus.
IT'S BANDON DUNES WEEK BABY!!! Before the guys get to a very long-winded preview of their upcoming Bandon Dunes trip this week, they start with recapping a roller-coaster of a 2021 US Amateur at Oakmont! The guys then talk about Kevin Kisner's playoff (Playoffs?!?!?) victory at the Wyndham, and compare/contrast the LPGA's Ryan O'Toole with Richard "Big Dick" Bland, and they have more in common than you might think... Next, the guys preview the Women's Open Championship at Carnoustie ("Carnasty") and they make their picks for the last major of the season for the LPGA... The guys then give a quick preview and picks for the Northern Trust as the "opening leg" of the FedEx Cup Playoffs (PLAYOFFS?!!??!), but let's not kid ourselves, this pod is all about the back-end as the guys preview their trip to Bandon Dunes this week! We meet the cast of characters (including caddies), give the run-down of the courses and order they'll be played, and talk about what should be expected from the trip and whether J-Teal will actually come back to OKC, or just stay and start living that "caddie life" in southern (southwest?) Oregon... All that, and so much more on this week's YSO podcast!!
TalkinGolf History welcomes the Great Grandson of our first major championship winner to the show to discuss his Great Grandfather's Legacy - the first Open Championship winner, 4 time Open Champion, brother to an Open Champion and son to a two-time Open Champion. The Park Legacy is not spoken with the same reverance we give to his counterpart who lived in St Andrews. On our show, Mungo Park and I discuss why the voices of the Park's have been muted by time along with the golfing history of the Honourable Town known as Musselburgh.
803: Josh Zander, a fabulous PGA Instructor who can help any golfer be a better ball striker returns to dig into the mental game of playing golf and playing a golf course. Collin Morikawa has just won the 2021 Open Championship and attributed his success to playing the course one shot at a time, not hitting the ball farther or straighter than anyone else. There's a lot to learn from that, and we discuss how to make that work for amateurs in this episode. Find Josh at ZanderGolf.com and download his free Zander Golf App. To get the most out of the app and get personalized care from Josh, use coupon code “SMARTER” for a discount on his annual subscription.Golf Smarter is your podcast forecaddie! As an entertainment service that enhances your game like a great caddie, we're now accepting tips on the homepage at GolfSmarter.com. Please show your support so that we can continue to provide weekly, helpful, and entertaining content. Your donation can be as much, or as little as you'd like. It can be a one time offering or your can even do it recurring. Thank you very much. This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans 119, we discuss The 18 Biggest Mental Errors in Golf and How to Avoid Them with Ed Bradley who has practical advice that any golfer will find helpful. . Golf Smarter and Golf Smarter Mulligans are brought to you by DynamicGolfers.com/golfsmarter. Join host Fred Greene and thousands of golfers around the world who start each morning with a short, yet effective video workout designed specifically for golfers to improve flexibility and mobility. Get your 7 day free trial and 15% off your membership with checkout ‘golfsmarter' at DYNAMICGOLFERS.COM/golfsmarter.
Returning from a brief hiatus, Paige updates us on her recent activities, including her first “man on the street” experience at All Star weekend and getting back to her roots at Patty Jewett, before diving into The Open Championship with the bizarre bystander situation with Rory's club and her move back towards Team Brooks after Bryson's newest outburst. She finishes with her review of Space Jam 2, the sequel to her all-time favorite movie. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On episode sixty-nine, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about his first experience playing golf across the pond! Max shares his thoughts on links golf; the opening hole double-bogey and how he rebounded after that; and the biggest adjustment. The guys dive into the brilliance and consistency Collin Morikawa has in his game; the wet breakfast overseas; and then they finish off sharing flights which includes a proposition from Shane to end the ridiculous Open Championship vs. British Open debate. Follow the guys on Twitter @ShaneBacon and @MaxHoma23. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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.
As the TOUR heads to the Land of 10,000 Lakes, GolfBet's own Amanda Rose fills in for Jason Sobel this week, joining Justin Ray of Twenty First Group to preview the entire field from a betting and DFS perspective. After a wild finish at the Open Championship, what can gamblers expect from a more watered-down field? And to take advantage of our partner BetMGM's great sign-up offer of a risk-free $600 first bet, just follow the link below: https://mediaserver.partners.roardigital.com/renderBanner.do?zoneId=1611872&tdpeh=action-pod
On today's show, Pat and the boys recap his weekend in Houston and Ft. Worth for Friday Night SmackDown and Money in the Bank, and all the other wild things they did down there including going through CowTAHN, USA, and reacting to John Cena's return to the WWE universe. They also chat about Collin Morikawa winning the Open Championship in a very impressive performance at Royal St. George's. Joining the program, is Pat's commentating partner on Friday Night SmackDown, the GOAT, Michael Cole, to chat about the environment in Houston and Ft. Worth, how John Cena's entrance was one of the five most memorable moments of his career, getting a curtain call by fans outside the stadium, and how Pat has rejuvenated his broadcasting career (16:30-35:09). Later, Pat and AJ chop it up for awhile about teams reporting to training camp, why playing in the Hall of Fame game sucks, Pat's experiences in Texas and what AJ did this weekend, and much more (36:31-1:43:19). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Collin Morikawa wins the Open Championship in a very old fashioned way. Are we watching the beginning of the next star in golf? Why his style of play is a breath of fresh air. Jordan Spieth is kicking himself for some bad putts in the 3rd round. Jon Rahm will always be in contention. And poor Louis. Plus, the Milwaukee Bucks take a crucial game 5 and are now one win away from an NBA title. Are they ready to take the next step and win it all? Can the Suns rally? And Covid-19 is already impacting the Olympics. How will this play out in Tokyo? Are the Olympics still important?
On today's show: With breaking news happening in the sports world every day, here's our can't-miss list of headlines from this past weekend. 1. NBA Finals (14:57) 2. Giannis (19:50) 3. Chris Paul (31:07) 4. The Open Championship (38:12) 5. Desmond Bane (42:07) 6. TV Watching + Space Jam 2 Reviews (55:22) 7. ESPN NFL Player Rankings (1:10:32) 8. John Cena (1:15:00) 9. SEC Media Days (1:19:57) 10. Tonight (1:23:46) Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
RUNDOWN Today's episode begins with Hotshot explaining the bubble tea phenomenon which seems to have sprung up out of nowhere. Then, the guys provide their takeaways from the Richard Sherman incident and the lasting impact it will have for him and his family. Three best-of guests are local golfing legend Fred Couples, singer-songwriter Gary Portnoy, and author Larry "Ratso" Sloman. Later, Mitch and Scott chat about a variety of topics ranging from cardboard beds to the shooting at the Nationals game to stolen teeth! GUESTS Fred Couples | PGA golfer Gary Portnoy | Singer-songwriter Larry “Ratso” Sloman | co-author of Mike Tyson autobiography Undisputed Truth TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | What the heck is bubble tea and since when were they built at every street corner in sight? 21:36 | Richard Sherman broke his silence about his incident and has revealed some mental issues he is dealing with. 41:21 | GUEST: 1992 Masters Champion Fred Couples joins the show to shares some memories from his countless rounds at Augusta. 1:13:25 | GUEST: Gary Portnoy tells the story of creating the iconic theme song to Cheers “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”. 1:42:42 | GUEST: Larry Sloman steps in the ring to weigh in on Mike Tyson's return to the ring after a 15-year hiatus. 2:13:08 | Which did you enjoy more...Shark Week or The Open Championship. 2:18:24 | There is a rumor swirling around that the beds in Tokyo are made of cardboard to keep the Olympics athletes socially distanced. 2:25:03 | A shooting at Nationals Park revealed the heroism of Fernando Tatis Jr. and Manny Machado. 2:29:56 | A woman in Nevada planned her grand robbery...at a dentist office.
The Bucks are 1 win away from an NBA Title. We recap an incredible Game 5, Milwaukees Big 3, is Chris Paul a scumbag and tons more (00:03:17- 00:29:41). Collin Morikawa wins The Open Championship and we're happy for him and other golf talk (00:29:41 - 00:37:03). F1 recap, and its turning into a This League situation (00:37:03 - 00:47:45). Who's back of the week (00:47:45 - 01:01:47). And the boys go to the movies to see Space Jam 2. We talk about Billy smuggling burritos into the theater and whether or not we liked the movie and also Lebron sucks at acting (01:01:47 - 01:28:18).
Coming off a 3-0 mark on his bets for the Open Championship, Matt Perrault comes into Monday feeling good about how things are going. He's trying something new with 4 small unit MLB bets today. Plus, his favorite SEC win total bet for the 2021 season. Find out the plays on the Monday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
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.
Collin Morikawa completes a historic and dominant week by winning the 149th Open Championship. We react, play the over/under major game for Collin, discuss another Louis close call, Spieth's run, Royal St. George's, Rory, Bryson, Hamsterdam, and a lot 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.
For the first time in 2021, Matt Perrault is betting NASCAR. The motor boys are heading to Matt's home region and he's got a play on the race today. He also has added another play to his Open Championship card. Find out the plays on the Sunday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
Brandel Chamblee talks to Dan about the Open Championship. Brandel says the wind at this golf course is going around in a circle. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
There were no games on Thursday due to the cancellation of the Red Sox and Yankees game but there are lot of games today for Matt Perrault to pick. Matt has another golf play and 2 MLB plays that are plus money to talk about this morning. As always, the Friday parlay as well. Find out the plays on the Friday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
Micah and Brad run thru the first round of the 149th Open Championship at Royal St. George's. They recap Game 4 of the NBA Finals and discuss the rise of Khris Middleton and his 4th quarter curb stomping of the Phoenix Suns. Thanks for listening, Subscribe to Micah's Newsletter: micahwiener.substack.com
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the few things going on in the sports world, including The Open Championship, the Richard Sherman situation, the franchise tag deadline in the NFL, and game 4 of the NBA Finals. Joining the program fresh off an incredible performance against Suga Sean O'Malley and potentially possessing the strongest chin on the face of the earth, Kris Moutinho joins the show to chat about the last few weeks, his fighting style, how he took so many punches from Suga Sean, if he thinks Herb Dean should've stopped the fight, what's next, if he signed a UFC contract, and much more (21:24-38:50). Later, joining Pat and AJ Hawk is Ian Rapoport to chat about everything going on around the NFL including the deadline for the franchise tag and which guys Rap Sheet thinks will be signed, if he's hearing anything more about Aaron Rodgers, and what key points we should be looking at over the course of the next few weeks (1:02:21-1:15:02). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
The Open Championship has begun and Tommy Olson is amped up for the grease being laid all over the tourney across the pond, with Ben Leber out Carly Zucker makes a special Thursday appearance, Mark Rosen laughs at more terrible things and Hawk calls in from South Dakota to give one final update on his vacation before returning to work tomorrow!
It's time for game 4 of the NBA Finals. Can Milwaukee even up the series or can the Suns go up 3-1? We will find out tonight. Plus, with the start of the Open Championship on Wednesday night, Matt Perrault has his favorite play of the tournament to give out today. Find out the plays on the Wednesday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM
Golf Channel's Jaime Diaz joins Andy to discuss this week's Open Championship at Royal St. George's. Jaime has over 30 years of experience in golf journalism, and he shares his favorite memories from the Open and how writing about it differs from covering it for TV. He and Andy also talk about Bryson, Rory, Rahm, and other players hoping to lift the Claret Jug on Sunday.
It's the final major of the year as the Open Championship returns from a one year hiatus and is back at Royal St. George's Golf Club. We break down what has us excited about the course, which hasn't hosted the Open since 2011, give you our picks to win (and not to win), visit some of the key storylines, and get hyped for some links golf. Plus, we chat with "Whistles Go Woo" about his process for making golf picks.
In honor of Shark Week, Greg Norman joins the show to talk about his life of chasing adrenaline and the upcoming Open Championship. Plus, our conversation about the protests in Cuba continues. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's finally here! The Open Championship, commonly known on this side of the pond as The British Open, is back after skipping a full season in 2020. Fans from across the golf world couldn't be more excited... unless they're gamblers! The betting community is overjoyed to have one of the most unpredictable tournaments back in full swing, so Jason Sobel from GolfBet and Justin Ray of Twenty First Group break down the field, plus special guest Sam Harrop returns fresh off a 150-1 longshot win on the podcast last week! And to take advantage of our partner BetMGM's great sign-up offer of a risk-free $600 first bet, just follow the link below: https://mediaserver.partners.roardigital.com/renderBanner.do?zoneId=1611872&tdpeh=action-pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys announce details for Mitch's Open Championship presented by Fireside Home Solutions. Then, they jump into discussion about Mitch's round of golf with a Seattle Sounder (unknowingly), DK's next sprint challenge, and Charles Barkley's losing bet. Today's guests are college football lineman Dillan Gibbons, co-founder of Dreamfield.co Luis Pardillo, and former MLB executive Steve Phillips. The "Other Stuff" segment features a variety of topics such as energy drinks, space travel, and carnival ride malfunctions! GUESTS Dillan Gibbons | Florida State offensive lineman Luis Pardillo | Co-founder & CEO of Dreamfield.co Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:44 | Get your picks in for Mitch's Open Championship powered by Fireside Home Solutions for great prizes! 16:01 | Mitch played in a golf scramble at Maplewood Golf Course with a pro athlete...which he was completely unaware of. 25:14 | Would you take DK Metcalf or Tyreek Hill in a 100 meter dash? 28:24 | The American Century Classic celebrity golf tournament resulted in a wager by Charles Barkley which didn't quite cash in. 39:36 | GUEST: Florida State lineman Dillan Gibbons swings by to discuss how he is applying the new name, image, and likeness ruling for charitable endeavors. 58:47 | GUEST: Luis Pardillo joins the show to chat about his business Dreamfield.co which helps college athletes engage in sensible business deals with companies. 1:17:44 | GUEST: Steve Phillips returns for an MLB All Star Break check-up to chat about the suddenly hot M's and the Trevor Bauer story. 1:35:32 | Mitch pays off the trivia question he teased in Episode 148P. 1:43:00 | Team Nigeria edged Team USA basketball in an exhibition...put the college kids in! 1:46:22 | What's up with billionaires going into space all of a sudden? 1:51:33 | Not only is she the National Spelling Bee champion, but Zaila Avant-Garde has a future in basketball too! 1:54:49 | A Michigan carnival ride nearly tipped over, but some brave bystanders jumped into action to help.
This Monday episode wanders around for the first 10 minutes or so, discussing the abundance of golf and the apparent meager options for television coverage of it all. Andy and Brendan discuss the spicy local news column in Toledo lambasting the executives making the LPGA pay for tape delayed coverage. Then they lament the conclusion of the Scottish Open being polluted by early coverage and the commercial commitments at the Deere. There's a bit on the U.S. Senior Open, and how that fought for air time and whether that format should be altered. Also, there's rumors of a player being DQ'd for forgetting the time of day. There's ample praise for Min Woo Lee, his trajectory, and the warmth of coffee golf on a links course this weekend. Lucas Glover's longevity is also touted after his Deere win. They close with some news on the run of withdrawals from the Open Championship, for a various sundry of reasons, and add some early thoughts and excitement over the last men's major of the year.
When Royal St. George's Golf Club, the host of the upcoming Open Championship, opened in the late 1880s, it looked a lot different than it does today. The earliest iteration of the course embodied the Victorian principles of its designer, Laidlaw Purves. Over the next few decades, those principles—and Royal St. George's itself—came under fire from a new school of golf writers and architects. Historian Bob Crosby joins Garrett Morrison to discuss this debate and its far-reaching consequences.
Phil had an extremely uncharacteristic week vs the media in Detroit. Threatened to never return. Bryson declined to speak to media following a missed cut and a caddie split. Rickie taking flak for Open Championship player protocol comments. Big week for golfers vs the media. Plus, Riggs is in… New York? Trent is… practicing? Frankie is… scoring goals? Lurch is… flying into a hurricane?