On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, 4-time PGA Tour winner Harris English joins former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and jicky jack legend Drew Stoltz for an exclusive interview. The Ryder Cup veteran talks the MVP of the after party, why the push cart mob still hates him and being the celebrity picker on College GameDay. Subpar Podcast: https://linktr.ee/Golf1271 Birdie Juice Merch: https://proshop.golf.com/collections/birdie-juice-collection -- Thanks to our official sponsor Dewar's. Make sure to check out their Reserve Bar listings today: https://www.reservebar.com/collections/house-of-dewars This week's episode is presented by FanDuel Sportsbook. If you've never tried FanDuel Sportsbook, what are you waiting for? Go to https://www.fanduel.com/subpar or download the FanDuel Sportsbook app to get started. Be sure to sign up with promo code SUBPAR so they know we sent you. Disclaimer: 21+ and present in AZ, CO, CT, IA, IL, NJ, NY, or WY. 1st online real money wager only. $10 first deposit required. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable site credit that expires 14 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), Call 1-800-522-4700 (CO), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (NJ, IA, IL), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY(467369) (NY), or 1-800-522-4700 (WY).
Hank Haney shares how "good guy" Davis Love III has become the voice for the PGA TOUR and Presidents Cup. Hank explains why the Presidents Cup doesn't have any influence over the top players in the world.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Josh is joined by Ross Fisher as he looks back on one of the most memorable Ryder Cups. Ross was part of the 2010 European side that triumphed 14.5-13.5 against the USA. He talks about the nerves that week, Monty as his captain, partnering Harrington and that final point from G-Mac.
This weekend is my big guys golf trip. We have a great group of 16 guys who play a mini Ryder Cup style tournament for a trophy and major bragging rights. Trying to put together the two full sets I will bring with me. I love custom golf clubs and the My Spider GT program from TaylorMade is awesome! I built a custom Spider GT that matches my custom Stealth Plus+ driver!
Mike and Brendan are buggin out this week and it starts early. Kicking off with clean cuts, avoiding monkeypox, insects that will kill you, old newspapers, hoarding, stealing small, young shoe game, candy bars, Deshaun Watson, MLB moves, LIV tour, Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods, Bill Russell, Top 10 NBA Players list, Boogie Nights and more! Spotify Playlist of the Week: Afroman & Fall Out Boy EPISODE TIMELINE 0:00 - Intro/Extra Fresh 2:37 - Buggin Out 8:26 - Antique Newspapers 12:30 - Hotel Theft & Cheap Kicks 17:25 - Underrated Candy Bars & Top 3 23:10 - Deshaun Watson Suspension 35:09 - MLB Shake-Up & Contract Extensions 41:39 - LIV, Ryder Cup & Tiger Money 45:50 - Bill Russell & NBA Top 10 Players of All-Time 56:53 - Whatcha Watchin? Boogie Nights & Big Brother Predictions 1:02:49 - Playlist/Shave Shame/Outro Follow us: Instagram: @blackirishpod Twitter: @blackirishpod Mike Instagram: @blackirish213 Brendan Instagram: @brendallas7 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIbaKEbLuh1SMqkWNPP5Omg
Tiger Woods turned down an offer worth approximately US$700-$800 million to join the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series, according to the tour's CEO Greg Norman. During an interview on Fox News that aired on Monday, former world No. 1 Norman was asked by Tucker Carlson if it was true that Woods was offered $700-$800 million to join the LIV Golf series. "That number was out there before I became CEO," Norman replied. "So, that number's been out there, yes. Look, Tiger's a needle mover, right? "So, of course, you're going to look at the best of the best. They had originally approached Tiger before I became CEO, so, yes, that number is somewhere in that neighbourhood." Previously, Norman had told the Washington Post in June that Woods was offered huge money to participate but turned it down. Norman said the Woods proposal was "mind-blowingly enormous; we're talking about high nine digits." The controversial tour has attracted some big names from the golfing world to leave the established PGA Tour and the DP World Tour to participate for vast sums of money. Major winners Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell, Charl Schwartzel and Martin Kaymer have all joined the breakaway venture, which has offered players huge money to join. The LIV Golf series is backed by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) -- a sovereign wealth fund chaired by Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia -- and has pledged to award $250 million in total prize money. However, it has led to criticism from many players, including Rory McIlroy and Woods, that players have abandoned golf's traditional set up and accepted money from a country with a dismal human rights record. Before July's Open at St. Andrews, Scotland, Woods said he disagreed with the players who had left. "I think that what they've done is they've turned their back on what has allowed them to get to this position," the 15-time major winner said. "Some of these players may not ever get a chance to play in major championships. That is a possibility. We don't know that for sure yet. It's up to all the major championship bodies to make that determination. But that is a possibility, that some players will never, ever get a chance to play in a major championship, never get a chance to experience this right here, walk down the fairways at Augusta National. "But what these players are doing for guaranteed money, what is the incentive to practice? What is the incentive to go out there and earn it in the dirt? You're just getting paid a lot of money up front and playing a few events and playing 54 holes. They're playing blaring music and have all these atmospheres that are different." Woods added: "I just don't see how that move is positive in the long term for a lot of these players, especially if the LIV organization doesn't get world-ranking points and the major championships change their criteria for entering the events. "It would be sad to see some of these young kids never get a chance to experience it and experience what we've got a chance to experience and walk these hallowed grounds and play in these championships." Woods even went as far to criticize Norman himself for his role in the splinter tour. "Greg has done some things that I don't think is in the best interest of our game, and we're coming back to probably the most historic and traditional place in our sport." On Sunday, Henrik Stenson won the third event of LIV Golf's debut season at Bedminster, New Jersey. Nearly two weeks after he was stripped of his Ryder Cup captaincy for joining the series, the 46-year-old Swede shot 11-under par at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster to win $4 million. He accepted the trophy alongside former US President Donald Trump, who was present throughout the three-day competition and who owns the course.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
En el programa de esta semana hablamos de la última etapa de LIV, las victorias en semanas consecutivas de Tony Finau, la previa del Women's Open, el nuevo capitán del equipo europeo en la Ryder Cup, la propuesta multimillonaria para Tiger de parte de los Saudis y el legado de Feng.
First, Hank Haney wonders why the world golf rankings would want to exclude some of the best players in the world and then he explains why the attraction of major championships and the Ryder Cup is not as alluring as you might think.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Josh is joined by Kit Alexander and John E Morgan from the Cazoo Open at Celtic Manor. They discuss a first win on tour for Sean Crocker and a welcome return to form for Eddie Pepperell. Tim Barter makes a surprise appearance and tells stories galore as they look back on the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Matt Adams breaks down Henrik Stenson's defection to LIV and Ryder Cup firing and we hear from Europe's new Captain Luke Donald. We take a deep dive into the upcoming President's Cup and what the teams might look like.
Finau is on fire!! Tony goes back 2 back with Rocket Mortgage Classic. 1st back 2 back winner this year on the PGA Tour Winning decisively with a closing round 67 to secure a 5 shot win. T it up: Three of the top-4 finishers at the Rocket Mortgage had a NEW Vokey Design WedgeWorks 60T wedge in the bag, including the winner and Titleist Brand Ambassadors Patrick Cantlay and Cameron Young, who tied for second. Tony Finau Stats Tony Finau (Pro V1 Left Dot) made it back-to-back wins on the PGA TOUR, closing with a 5-under 67 to reach 26 under and complete a near-flawless performance at Detroit Golf Club. - Now a four-time PGA TOUR winner, Finau got his Pro V1 Left Dot up-and-down 100 percent of the time while making only one bogey over 72 holes, leading the field in Scrambling and Bogey Avoidance. - He also topped the field in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green (+13.841) and Greens in Regulation (66 of 72, 91.67%). - Only two players have hit more GIRs in a 72-hole PGA TOUR event since 1980. - The victory caps off a dominant run, as Finau became the first player to win back-to-back weeks on TOUR by three or more shots since Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas in 2017 and is now 49 under in his last nine rounds. LIV News: Stenson wins in his LIV Tour debut at Trump Bedminster. Bubba Watson joins LIV and will be a non-playing captain at The Boston event while he heals up. “I guess we can agree I played like a captain,” - Henrik Stenson Luke Donald replaces Henrik Stenson as Ryder Cup captain after LIV defection Ayaka Furue from Japan fires a course record 62 at Dundonald Links to win by 3 shots over 54 hole leader Celine Boutier. Tony Finau WITB Driver: Ping G425 LST (9 degrees @7) Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D Limited 70 TX 3-wood: Callaway Rogue ST (14 degrees) Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D Limited 80 TX Irons: Nike Vapor Fly Pro (3), Ping Blueprint (4-PW) Shafts: Graphite Design Tour AD DI 105 X (3), Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 TX (4-PW) Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 (50-12, 56-12), WedgeWorks Proto (60-T) Shafts: Nippon N.S. Tour Only WV 125 S (50-56), Nippon N.S. Pro Wedge 125 S (60) Putter: Ping PLD Anser 2 prototype Grip: Garsen Golf ULTIMATE, Garsen Golf Quad Pro Ball: Titleist Pro V1 Left Dot Grips: Lamkin UTx Stenson WITB Driver Callaway Epic Max LS (9º, Grafalloy Blue Tour X shaft) Henrik Stenson 3 wood Fairway wood Callaway Diablo Octane Tour (13º, Grafalloy Blue Tour X shaft) Henrik Stenson irons Irons Callaway Legacy Black (3-PW, Nippon Modus Tour 120 X shaft) Henrik Stenson wedges Wedges Callaway Jaws MD5 (52º & 58º, Nippon Modus Tour 120 X shaft) Henrik Stenson putter Putter Odyssey 2-Ball Ten Henrik Stenson ball Ball Titleist Pro V1
In this Golf Central Podcast presented by Callaway Golf, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the state of the European Ryder Cup team, break down the new PGA Tour schedule and put Tony Finau's consecutive wins into context.
In this week's episode of The Slam, a podcast from National Club Golfer, Alex Perry is joined by Hannah Holden, George Cooper and Tom Irwin to discuss the latest round of LIV Golf, including winner Henrik Stenson's rather sour victory speech, as well as the man who will replace him as Ryder Cup captain, Luke Donald. Is the Englishman the right choice? The team are divided - and there is even a rather out there approach suggested by one. Should it actually have been one of the current superstar crop - namely Rory McIlroy? The discussion then moves onto this week's Women's Open at Muirfield, a golf club which has been under the microscope for some time due to its controversial stance on women in the game. Should they be hosting the biggest women's competition outside of the US? The team argue for and against the case. If it's strong opinions on the hottest topics in the game you're after, you're in the right place.
On the heels of being stripped of the Ryder Cup captaincy, Henrik Stenson wins the LIV Bedminster Invitational by two strokes over a resurgent Matt Wolff and Dustin Johnson. The LIV Laff Golf crew dissects Henrik's win, and debates whether the 4 Aces juggernaut can be stopped. desertduffer compares the Torque GC with the mid-80s St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. Is Julie Crenshaw the current day Joaquin Andujar?The gang also speculates about the potential LIV future of back-to-back PGA Tour winner Tony Finau, OTP Lefty waxes poetic about Muirfield, and we learn how Captain Lou Albano relates to the Ryder Cup.
In Episode 11, we break down our new feelings on LIV Golf & their comparisons to the Ryder Cup. We discuss the Chainsmokers blaring during the event & debate whether or not music should be allowed on the course. We also discuss Phil Mickelson getting heckled which prompts us to break down the worst golf heckles. Wellspring Center: http://www.wellspringind.org/ Get involved with the golf outing: wellspringcentergolfouting.com Wellspring Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WellspringCe... Social Media Twitter: @BAGsGolf Tik Tok: @BAGsGolf Instagram: @bags.golf We are sponsored by Travis Mathew. Enjoy 20% of your first order when you use our link: travismathew.pxf.io/gbVMBO We are partnered with Callaway Golf. Shop Callaway & support by the BAGs Team: https://prf.hn/l/PkYbm9p We are partnered with OGIO. Shop OGIO & support the BAGs Team: https://prf.hn/l/kgJALNb
Luke Donald is the new captain of the European Ryder Cup team! The 5-time participant as a player will lead the team into Rome a little more than a year from now, so he joined Damon Hack and Eamon Lynch today to share his vision for the team. Rex Hoggard and the BBC's Iain Carter join the program to react to the news as well. Rex also helps break down several key changes to the PGA TOUR schedule next season. Paige Mackenzie stops by too and breaks down a come-from-behind victory in the Women's Scottish Open for Akaya Furue. Luke Donald: 13:57 Iain Carter: 42:46
First, the Great Predictor Steve Johnson and Minnesota Tim look at players near the top-125 list in the FedExCup race and then they react to Henrik Stenson's latest comments defending his decision to join LIV Golf. Later, Steve shares why Charles Barkley and LIV Golf made a good decision by passing and then Minnesota Tim finds out just how valuable the players at LIV Golf are.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are back with season 2!! Be ready for an hour of laughing, moaning and real talk! Opinions are honest and we will get you laughing! This week we discuss all the news surrounding the new announcements from LIV as Henrik Stenson joins the new tour. But what does this mean for the Ryder Cup?! We also discuss the news from the PGA Tour as Finau claims his 3rd Victory! Website: www.scottsdalegolf.co.uk Instagram: @scottsdalegolf Twitter: @scottsdalegolf
Craig, Glenn, and Will are back again this week to discuss the upcoming LIV event in Bedminster, the PGA Tour's weak response to it, and much more. -Last week to sign up for our first event! -Who will captain Europe's Ryder Cup team? -Does it hurt golf to freeze out LIV players? -Would Charles Barkley be LIV's biggest acquisition? -Which golfer is most like Randy Moss? All that and more, including a check in on our games, on this week's One Club Short podcast. Remember to sign up at OneClubShort.com and follow us on Instagram and Twitter!
First, Hank explains what the key motivation is behind most decisions made in professional sports and then he shares why it was an obvious decision for Stenson to join LIV, despite losing the Ryder Cup captaincy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DB met Kessler Karain during the 2022 Masters on the range at Champions Retreat, and Kessler couldn't have been more friendly and genuine. After months of back and forth, Kessler finally came on the podcast to debrief after his first LIV Golf event in Portland. He talked about the caddie experience and the energy around that week, in addition to some upcoming changes to LIV's format. The boys discussed the 1st time he met Patrick, some behind the scenes Ryder Cup stories involving Patrick and Rory at Hazeltine, and other Ryder Cup memories. Finally, DB asked Kessler about Patrick...his polarizing past, and if there are things P Reed may would've like to handle differently. Enjoy! There's still room for the September LIVE GOLF EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP Please support the podcast further by doing a few things to spread the TJ Gospel: Join Goalby's Nut Hut, our private DISCORD chat w/ > 400 golf loving, DFS & Betting fans. Join a limited, free Nut Hut on DISCORD Sign up for the “Heavy Petting” & “Chalk Bomb” emails for free that hit your inboxes every Tuesday & Wednesday. Get exclusive membership discounts at Fantasy National Golf Club by using this link. Sign up for PrizePicks and get a 100% Deposit Bonus up to $100 Leave an honest iTunes Review. DB & Pat love reading all of these. It improves the show.
Jose Maria Olazabal was one of the best of his generation – a dual Masters winner with one of the most admired short games in history. But it is for his legendary pairing with Seve Ballesteros at multiple Ryder Cups — and his own heroics as captain in the 2012 ‘Miracle at Medinah' —that he will be best remembered.John Huggan caught up with Olazabal during The Open Championship at St. Andrews for a wide-ranging interview on all things golf, and what it is about this game that he is so passionate about.
Retour du LIV Golf cette semaine avec l'Invitational Bedminster. Une épreuve où l'on retrouvera notamment Henrik Stenson qui a lâché sa casquette de capitaine de l'équipe européenne de Ryder Cup pour le nouveau circuit. Le LIV prend de l'ampleur et passera même dès l'an prochain de 8 à 14 tournois. On reviendra également sur les déclarations de Tiger Woods et Rory McIlroy, pendant le British Open, sur le circuit saoudien
Hard reset to kick us off (my bad). Doug swam to the station today. Iggy predicted it. 11 inches in O'Fallon. Explaining reproduction to Ken. Pepper and Geenie yesterday. Michael Wellington joins us after Naegel Monday qualifies again. Welly is staying with Deke Dotem in Michigan. How's the hinge situation looking for in the Great Lake State? Naegel responded after a tough week in Minnesota. Chris is staying with Nate Lashley. If Naegel wins and talks about Dotem in the post-win interview, Doug will free Deke for 5 years. Iggy talks about LIV and the Ryder Cup, and makes listeners look up an article. Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap. We rank hemispheres. Iggy's birthday yesterday. Ham steak.
Welcome back to the Bill Bradley Collective, where in late July we are in the proverbial dog days of both summer and sports. Unless you're an MLB trade deadline follower, an NFL training camp devotee or fan of European club soccer friendlies abroad, there's not much on the docket. But there is an event of great prestige; just concluded, on the global sport landscape, the Tour de France that is the focus of this week's conversation. Cycling's premier event dates back to the infancy of the 20th century, and the early history leads this discourse. A near century's worth of competition precedes American interest in the event before native son Greg LeMond pockets three tour wins in the late 80s. Interest wanes post-Lemond amidst doping scandals that mar the event from it's very beginning. Until we get to Lance Armstrong, who becomes one of American sport's great celebrities and icons on the back of seven consecutive tour wins, victories later exposed as being done under the veil of performance enhancing drugs. The Tour is a massive European summer sport sensation, but viewed with great cynicism by American viewers in a post-Armstrong world. Where the tour stands today concludes our conversation. But FIRST, a trilogy of rants, leading off with Zak taking aim at the Susan Collins/Joe Manchin led Reform of Electoral Count Act and the future of electoral politics in our splintered world; Ed fires off on Washington whatever the fuck they call themselves owner Dan Snyder and his off-shore yacht occupancy in the wake of a Congressional subpoena into long-term cultural indiscretion; and in closing Andrew pens a eulogy for Europe's Ryder Cup side, as pillars disqualify themselves to the LIV outfit and a (briefly) once proud captain joins their ranks.
Bri makes his CFB picks for ACC Coastal (FSU upsets Clemson but Clemson still wins the Atlantic); Good news and bad news coming out of Texas A&M; Harden gives up $14MM to build a deeper 76ers team and Stenson (sacrifices Ryder Cup captaincy), Kokrak and Howell all leave for LIV golf tour.
LIV Golf continues to dominate the headlines and it's no different on this week's episode of The Slam, a National Club Golfer podcast, where Alex Perry and Steve Carroll discuss the latest developments and, in particular, how they affect the Ryder Cup. We also explain why we think it's time to stop criticising the players for taking the money, and the fundamental flaws of the breakaway series (so far).
Welcome to Episode #345 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. You are listening to your weekly connection to coaches, experts, and pro athletes to help you reach your endurance goals. We're your hosts coach Rich Soares and 303 Chief Bill Plock. Thanks for joining us for another week of endurance interviews and discussion. Show Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch® UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes. UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line! Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co In Today's Show • Discussion - Ask Me Anything with Mark Allen • Endurance News ○ 2021 IRONMAN World Championship Airs on NBC and Peacock July 23, 3:00 P.M. ET ○ PTO Canadian Open in Edmonton, 23-24 July ○ VeloViewer Strava on Steroids • What's new in the 303 ○ Boulder 70.3 is coming August 6th ○ Cycle to the Summit August 13th ○ Harvest Moon Sept 10th • Video of the Week ○ TO wins Boulder Peak in 2011 Feature Discussion: What would you ask Mark Allen? If you had the opportunity to ask Mark Allen any single question, what would that question be? There is a virtual event next Thursday with Mark Allen. Bring your questions and settle in to hear stories and pearls of triathlon wisdom from ESPN's "Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time. TriDot pushed out the event to all TriDot coaches and ambassadors, but it's open to the public. I have shared the information with all of my athletes and now I'm trying to get the word out to my friends. The event is titled Ask Me Anything and is scheduled for this next Thursday, July 28th at 7pm MT. The discussion I want to have here and now what do I ask Mark Allen? How does "Fit Body/Fit Soul" and "The 9 Keys to a Happier, Healthier You" show up in your coaching? Ask Me Anything with Mark Allen - What Questions Would You Ask? Join us for an hour with the legendary Mark Allen! Bring your questions and settle in to hear stories and pearls of triathlon wisdom from ESPN's "Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time." Mark Allen, named "The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time" by ESPN, has won the IRONMAN® World Championships 6 times, the Nice International Triathlon 10 times, and the first recognized Olympic Distance Triathlon World Championship. He went undefeated in 21 straight races for an incredible two-year winning streak. He has been inducted into the Hall of Fame for IRONMAN, USA Triathlon, and the International Triathlon Union. Allen has coached for 28 years and is now a coach on the TriDot platform. Thursday, July 28th from 8-9pm CT Register This virtual event is free to attend and you may share it with others. Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle. Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast. This is accident insurance not health and life insurance. Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account. There's no commitment or charge to create one. Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day. Check it out! Endurance News: 2021 IRONMAN World Championship Airs on NBC and Peacock July 23, 3:00 P.M. ET A documentary special highlighting the 2021 Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN® World Championship presented by Utah Sports Commission will premiere on Saturday, July 23 at 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC, Peacock, NBC Sports App and NBCSports.com/Live. The IRONMAN World Championship special will chronicle triathlon's pinnacle event, which for the first time in its history took place outside Hawai`i, on May 7, 2022, in St. George, Utah. The documentary special will chronicle what has become the most iconic single-day endurance event in the world along with the stories of both professional and inspiring age-group athletes competing in the prestigious triathlon. The documentary special will also be made available globally on the IRONMAN YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/ironmantriathlon following its airing on NBC. Among the features for the 2021 Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN World Championship presented by Utah Sports Commission special are: • Two young Norwegians at the top of the sport, Olympic Gold Medalist Kristian Blummenfelt and reigning IRONMAN® 70.3® World Champion Gustav Iden, who look to go head-to-head for World Championship supremacy. • Two top Americans, rising star and Utah resident Skye Moench and the seasoned pro Heather Jackson look to stamp their names in the history books on American soil. • After a stretch of unfamiliar form, Daniela Ryf looks to return to glory and chase down her fifth IRONMAN World Championship title. • Australian Renee Kiley who was a pack a day smoker and did not exercise, shares how she turned her life around to first become an elite amateur triathlete and eventually making it to the professional field and professional start line of the IRONMAN World Championship. • Jonathan Courchene, of the Sagkeeng First Nations community in Manitoba, Canada, is a certified school clinician in many of the First Nations schools in his province who races to spread awareness on suicide among indigenous people, and to inspire his students and community, helping them realize the IRONMAN athlete inside of them all. Here's What You Need to Know About the Inaugural Tour de France Femmes The Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift begins on July 24 and runs for eight days across northeast France. The race features 144 women from 24 teams, and it covers 640 total miles of racing. There are four flat stages, two hilly ones, and two mountain stages, with one finishing up the legendary La Super Planche des Belles Filles climb in the Vosges mountains. Read also: A brief history of the ‘women's Tour de France' Race organizer, sponsors, and media partners have promised that this will not be the first and last Tour de France Femmes. Presenting sponsor Zwift has pledged to back the race for at least four years, and fitness app Strava is in for three. NBC Sports signed a two-year deal to broadcast the race in the U.S. The long-term financial backing will hopefully help the Tour de France Femmes avoid the financial struggles that doomed previous attempts to build a viable women's Tour. PTO Canadian Open in Edmonton, 23-24 July - PTO+ will launch as a free, registration-only service PTO Canadian Open ‘Countdown To Canada' show available globally Men's Rankings - PTO statistics, results and rankings (protriathletes.org) Women's Rankings PTO statistics, results and rankings (protriathletes.org) London: The Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) has entered a multi-year partnership with Endeavor Streaming to launch a brand-new OTT offering that will form the cornerstone of an ambitious strategic digital venture between the companies. The service, PTO+, will launch as a free, registration-only service to maximise audience engagement worldwide for the PTO's flagship events this summer, starting with the inaugural PTO Canadian Open in Edmonton, 23-24 July 2022, the new PTO Tour's first event. “This is another important milestone for the PTO as we promote our PTO Tour events and athlete storytelling to sports fans around the world,” explained Tim Godfrey, Chief Marketing Officer at the PTO, a new sports body, co-owned by the athletes, seeking to grow the sport and take it to the next level. “The PTO will leverage Endeavor Streaming's end-to-end D2C capabilities with branded front-end device applications, video streaming capabilities and subscriber management tooling to deliver a dedicated triathlon content destination, so the fans can follow all the action.” Outside of Europe and the Indian Subcontinent, where Warner Bros. Discovery have the exclusive live rights, PTO+ will live stream PTO Tour events and shoulder content, including: The $1 million PTO Canadian Open (July 23-24) The second edition of $1.5 million Ryder Cup-style Collins Cup (August 20) The $1 million PTO US Open (September 17-18) Countdown preview shows, highlights packages and live media events Documentaries amplifying the PTO professionals and their stories “We are pleased to partner with PTO who have a keen eye for delivering impactful content, and who are in an exciting phase of their digital evolution,” said Pete Bellamy, SVP Global Head of Sports and International M&E at Endeavor Streaming. “PTO+ represents a new and dedicated home for viewing triathlons, including original content catered to fans around the globe. We're excited to see Endeavor Streaming support and embrace PTO's ambition to connect with fans and deliver their live events this summer and beyond.” The Countdown To Canada preview show for the PTO Canadian Open will be available for fans to watch on PTO+, featuring Canadian hopefuls Paula Findlay and Lionel Sanders, who will both look to ink their triathlon legacies by winning the first-ever PTO Open event in their home market. Part 1 of the show is available here. With Endeavor Streaming's performance analytics insight tooling, PTO can take advantage of consumer insight metrics to maximise audience growth opportunities and build a marketplace strategy. From launch, users will be able to access the PTO's original content series, including “Unbreakable” which tells the story of Professional Triathletes' preparation ahead of the PTO 2020 Championships, and “Beyond Human” which gives fans insight to the biggest stars in triathlon as they geared up to the inaugural Collins Cup. The on-demand catalogue will continue to grow with further original content, race highlights, live event replays, press conferences and more. Registration for the platform is free to anyone around the globe via PTO+ and is available on Web and iOS/Android mobile and tablet devices. The service is launching with the PTO original content library with plans to expand further, making PTO+ a true destination and experience for fans. The app can be downloaded now for iOS or Android and can also be viewed directly in the browser at plus.protriathletes.org What's New in the 303: Cycle to the Summit On behalf of The Colorado Springs Sports Corp, we will be hosting a cycling hill climb in Colorado Springs, CO that you previously participated in. The Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb, which has been rebranded this year to The Broadmoor Cycle to the Summit will be taking place on August 13, 2022. We are formally inviting you to join us and participate in this year's race! There are competitive, gran fondo, and e-bike categories that make the race exciting and for all ages and skill levels. Click here to register or find more information here. Upcoming Multisport Events in Colorado (runningintheusa.com) Upcoming Classic Runs in Colorado (runningintheusa.com) Upcoming Guests: Mark Allen. 6x IRONMAN World Champion, joining us to talk about the TriDot partnership and the new Mark Allen Edition training resources that people can sign up for. Tim Hola is joining us to talk about the Norseman Xtreme Triathlon when he gets back in August. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment. We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!
Live from the 3M Open in Minnesota, we begin right before Riggs, Frankie and Trent compete in the Pro-Am. We discuss Henrik Stenson losing his Ryder Cup captaincy, the newest developments on the LIV Tour, and take fan questions From The Gallery. We finish the show right after the Pro-Am with an interview with our back nine pro Callum Tarren (01:09:57).
Tony's not obsessed with the #LIVTour, but another defector sends him into a full blown rant #RyderCup; Guest: covering the entire NFL for Yahoo Sports, but focusing on the #Jets for us, Tyler Greenawalt joins the showgram to preview their upcoming season, offering his thoughts on #ZachWilson's readiness and the realistic expectations of this team in the #AFCEast
Ross Tucker, former NFL offensive lineman and host of The Ross Tucker Football Podcast, joins Sam and Brent to discuss Lamar Jackson's contract situation, the 49ers granting Jimmy Garoppolo permission to seek a trade, and expectations for Tom Brady this season. Joe House, host of the Fairway Rollin' Podcast, stops by to chat about Rory McIlroy's loss at the Open Championship, how LIV Golf is complicating the current golf landscape, and Henrik Stenson relinquishing his Ryder Cup captaincy in order to join the LIV tour (25:05). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
In Europe the key Nord Stream One pipeline, which provides about ten percent of the continent's gas, is due to reopen on Thursday after maintenance. President Putin now says it's not clear what condition its turbine will be in after repairs in Canada. Leon Izbicki, a European natural gas analyst for Energy Aspect, explains the situation. We hear from Jonathan Grassi in Italy about what this means for his business. Sri Lanka's new president, Ranil Wickremesinghe, has called for unity in the face of economic turmoil and political division, after comfortably beating his nearest rival in a parliamentary vote. Rohan Samarajiva is the founding Chair of the LIRNEasia policy and regulation think tank, and joins us from Colombo. Uganda's President, Yoweri Museveni, has defended his government's decision not to give subsidies or reduce taxes - saying the money should be used to solve other problems the country is facing. BBC correspondent, Patricia Oyella, explains the cost of living crisis from Kampala. The Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson has joined the LIV Golf series after being removed as Europe's Ryder Cup captain. He becomes the latest professional to join the breakaway tour, which is financed by the Public Investment Fund, the sovereign wealth fund of Saudi Arabia. US based golf journalist Alex Miceli explains the controversy.
A little Santana to come back from break. Henrick Stenson to LIV, leaving the Ryder Cup captaincy. Is Cam Smith heading to LIV? The boys break down the LIV situation. Juan Soto discussion and breaking down Tim's polls. EMOTD
Ryder Cup Europe has parted ways with Henrik Stenson as captain for Ryder Cup 2023 in Rome. Shane Ryan and Todd Lewis call into the show to react to the news with Damon and George. USGA CEO Mike Whan joins us to discuss the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open and what the new national championship means for golfers with physical, visual, and intellectual impairments. On the PGA TOUR, 4-time winner Billy Andrade is the 2022 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award for character, charity and sportsmanship. Andrade discusses his personal relationship with Stewart and what winning the award in his namesake means to him. The LPGA is in France for the Evian Championship, so this year's Chevron Championship winner Jennifer Kupcho gives us the inside scoop on her preparations for the penultimate major of the season. Shane Ryan: 10:00 Mike Whan: 18:30 Billy Andrade: 26:13 Todd Lewis: 40:15 Jennifer Kupcho: 53:30
Temperatures soar as David, Torie and COB fave Michael Croley tackle the disturbing news of best-selling author Delia Owens. Best selling author Shane Ryan zooms in to share “The Cup They Couldn't Lose.” Ostensibly about the historic Ryder Cup, Shane's book is an eye opener on the psychology of golf, team building and international competition. He takes “inside the ropes” to new levels.
On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, 6-time PGA Tour winner Hunter Mahan joins former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and jicky jack legend Drew Stoltz for an exclusive interview. The member of 3 Ryder Cup teams talks winning the event with Anthony Kim, trying to impress Michael Jordan on the course and who got the better end of the deal when he sold his house to Jordan Spieth. Subpar Podcast: https://linktr.ee/Golf1271 Birdie Juice Merch: https://proshop.golf.com/collections/birdie-juice-collection -- Thanks to our official sponsor Dewar's. Make sure to check out their Reserve Bar listings today: https://www.reservebar.com/collections/house-of-dewars This week's episode is presented by FanDuel Sportsbook. If you've never tried FanDuel Sportsbook, what are you waiting for? Go to https://www.fanduel.com/subpar or download the FanDuel Sportsbook app to get started. Be sure to sign up with promo code SUBPAR so they know we sent you. Disclaimer: 21+ and present in AZ, CO, CT, IA, IL, NJ, NY, or WY. 1st online real money wager only. $10 first deposit required. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable site credit that expires 14 days after receipt. Restrictions apply. See full terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), Call 1-800-522-4700 (CO), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (NJ, IA, IL), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY(467369) (NY), or 1-800-522-4700 (WY).
Teddy and Higgy are thrilled to welcome to the show, Mike O'Reilly the Director of Golf Operations for Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run and he has plenty to share about these incredible golf courses during his long tenure there. The Kohler owned property has hosted many major golf championships throughout the years, most notably Whistling Straits was the location for The Ryder Cup in 2021! A worldwide major sporting event that Mike was blessed to have spent a great deal of time preparing for and helping execute the unforgettable event. It was an amazing spectacle that none of us will forget any time soon! Mike was excited to share that they've recently made some updates to the golf courses as well. They've opened up a beautiful 10-hole, par 3 golf course and a fun 18-hole putting course. Both have been enjoyed by legions of players and have really opened up the number of activities available at the golf resort to engage in. If you've been looking to play the golf courses at Blackwolf Run or Whistling Straits, you better book fast. They only have a few tee times left this year and have already opened up booking for 2023. Throughout our conversation, Mike shares his sage advice when attempting to play the golf course for the first time and reveals what to expect when you visit the area. Mike has a shared love of the game of golf, but more importantly, he loves the community that he lives & has worked in for over 25 years! A fascinating conversation where both Teddy & Higgy learn quite a bit more about the Koehler organization which creates even more eagerness to get out to Wisconsin to play these amazing golf courses for the first time! Show Notes: [01:07] Welcome Mike O'Reilly, Director of Golf at Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits. [02:16] Mike shares his experiences at Whistling Straits during and after The Ryder Cup. [04:07] How their relationship with the PGA was established and continues. [05:41] Has there been any talk of a U.S. Open at Whistling Straits? [07:25] Hear the history of Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits. [09:29] They recently opened a 10-hole par three course and an 18-hole putting course. [11:23] Are they booked up this year already? [12:40] Is it always windy there? Seems like the recent tournament stops were pretty windy. [14:35] Mike shares the must-dos you have to participate in when you visit the area and resort. [16:50] Do they have a caddy program at their courses? [21:12] Over a 1000 bunkers on the course? [22:42] Has Mike ever played a round without hitting a bunker? [24:58] What advice does Mike have for navigating the courses? [27:13] Does Teddy have a chance to reach when playing the tips? [30:48] Mike shares some of his favorite experiences while working at the courses. [33:03] Listen as Mike retells his history with the course. [35:32] Ted and Higgy are looking forward to playing these courses. The Links Luckiest Golfer On Earth official website: https://luckiestgolferonearth.com/ Ted's Fundraiser to raise awareness and funding for GBS|CIDP Research: https://p2p.onecause.com/gbs-cidp-diy/ted-fenton
In this week's episode of The Slam - a National Club Golfer podcast - Alex Perry, Steve Carroll, Hannah Holden and George Cooper are back from a week at The Open - and what an Open it was. But did Rory McIlroy blow it? Or was Cam Smith just too good? Hannah was up close and personal with the Northern Irishman for his final round. Elsewhere, LIV Golf are reportedly about to make a huge announcement that will affect the Ryder Cup in a monumental way. What does the European Tour have to do to counter? The team discuss this and so much more over the next 55 minutes...
A magical week for Andy and Brendan at The Open comes to a close with this recap episode after the final round at The Old Course. After walking with Cam, Rory, and the rest, they relay what they saw and why it shook out the way it did. Cam's legendary final round is dissected, with a few key spots and shots picked out that seemed to turn the tide in the final hours. The Rory heartbreak is reviewed, with debate on whether he played it too safe or just got beat by the hot talent. There's one more occasion to reflect on and praise The Old Course, which had both feeling grateful to be present for this particular major. They discuss how it played and why it separated again on Sunday. Cam Young gets his due, as does a certain housecat. Then they wrangle with LIV returning to our lives promptly, with the new Champion Golfer of the Year not exactly shooting down questions about rampant LIV rumors surrounding him, Jon Rahm suggesting the tours negotiate with some strong words for the Euro Tour, and Henrik Stenson apparently jumping ship and losing his Ryder Cup captaincy.
In this episode, Sean and Scott talk about the news that the Continental Cup will not be played this season and what that means for the event's future before talking about the new March Madness style event set for September in Fredericton. They then look at some other major sporting events that curling could borrow from in order to spice up some of its events.For more, visit us at GameofStonesPod.com
Are you looking to hire team members on your golf staff? GBN's Recruiting Services make hiring easier with our best in class network of Golf Professionals that helps you reach deep into the market to locate your next staff member.Go to www.golfbusinessnetwork.com/recruiting to get started and get ahead of the competition.Seth Waugh came to the PGA of America after a highly successful career on Wall Street and most recently as the CEO of Deutsche Bank Americas. His love for golf and respect for the Professionals that power the game were the driving forces behind his move to the PGA. He's often been quoted as saying his goal in this position is to better the lives of PGA Professionals so they can impact more lives. It's a noble cause that was never going to be easy, and that has turned even more difficult than we could have imagined. Seth's tenure has already endured more tough decisions and crises than most would ever handle in this position. For a while it seemed like the biggest challenge he would face would be the PGA's move to Frisco, TX, which is now nearing completion. However, a once in a lifetime global pandemic threw golf into a new stratosphere of demand which quickly erased the constant conversations of how we were going to grow the game and stop the bleeding of a reduction in golfers year after year. Seth's previous leadership experience in crisis helped him and the rest of the PGA leadership team guide the game through the pandemic as well as provide support to PGA Professionals. Tough questions have come one after the next. There was the decision to move the 2022 PGA Championship site after January 6th, should they hold the PGA Championship or the Ryder Cup in 2020? Now there's the question about how to handle the LIV Tour players as it pertains to the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup. All while PGA Professionals battle a never before seen labor shortage at a time when demand for play remains near all-time highs. And that's where we start the conversation in part one of my interview with Seth Waugh. You will hear how he sees the labor situation and how the PGA is working to combat this challenge. How does he feel about the work-life balance question? Is it possible in our industry? You'll want to hear his answers.
Billy Horschel Sounds Off on LIV Defectors | Taylor Gooch is a Moron Presented by BetUS.com - Bet with the 3-Decade leader, BetUS! Join now for a 125% bonus with promo code DSP125 or a 200% bonus with crypto with promo code DSP200, and bet sports, casinos, horses, pop culture, & more at BetUS.com. You bet, you win, you get paid. BetUS - https://bit.ly/DSPMediaBetUS Also presented by The Highlands Performance Golf Center - North Dallas' Premier Golf Practice Facility with over 65 grass tees, 2 practice putting surfaces, a short game area, and an 18-hole mini-golf course with both par 3's and par 4's. And with covered and heated tees it's the best place to practice your game year-round. Give them a call at 972-733-4111 or check them out on the web at www.HighlandsPGC.com PLEASE: * Like the video * Subscribe to the channel * Leave us a comment You can follow this podcast and others like it at https://www.DSPMediaOnline.com #PGATour #LIVGolf #BillyHorschel #TalorGooch #DustinJohnson #PatPerez #PatrickReed
The PGA Tour travels to Scotland for two weeks and so does the ProShow. Two men join the show from across the pond. The first is Jerry Sarvadi, the CEO of the Renaissance Club. The venue for this week's Genesis Scottish Open. His family story of building this fantastic golf destination is perfectly paired with his insights on the course and what we all can expect this week. Following Jerry, Sam Bairstow joins Keith. Sheffield England's amateur golf superstar was runner-up in the British Amateur last month. He's currently playing in the European Amateur Team Championships and next week will tee it up in the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews. You won't have to imagine what it would be like to tee it up in the world's oldest major championship. Sam's transparent candor tells you the whole story of his anticipation of next week's historic tournament. The Weekly Update: Talor Gooch on the Ryder Cup, 300k at The Open and Tiger and Rory play golf together! ProShow Playlist Ep. #217: In My Life (The Beatles), The Only One I Know (The Charlatans), Good 'ol Days (Macklemore)
Paige and Amanda welcome Teddy G back to the pod! Paige and Teddy discuss their weekend playing at Geneva National Resort before the three of them dive into the LIV tour, Talor Gooch's brilliance, the future of the Ryder Cup, and predictions for The Open. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Tuesday episode is a compilation from the holiday weekend happenings and a look forward at the schedule ahead as coffee golf peaks for the year. Andy and Brendan offer some thoughts on the conclusion to the second LIV event in Portland and how it felt like another sign that this is a ship that won't be slowed. Talor Gooch's comments and the Shark reveling are critiqued as well. Then they discuss the ongoing volley of public comments among players, especially as the Scottish Open takes center stage and LIV players enlist lawyers to gain last-minute entry. There's also a thought that peer shame could be a more effective deterrent than any bans. Jon Rahm's comments to “de-americanize” a Ryder Cup venue in Ireland are covered, along with J.T. Poston's victory and a grow-the-game moment for Poland. This week's schedule is previewed with excitement for the Scottish, the issues with it now being co-sanctioned, and the Barbasol's field list.
What's up everybody? Busy week in golf, and we talked about it all. Grace's win in Portland. Talor Gooch comparing the LIV crowd to a Ryder Cup was one of the dumbest things we've ever heard a golfer say. Tough look. We touch on J.T. Poston's win at the John Deere Classic. Tiger Woods is playing at Adare Manor and Andy shared a very disappointing thought about Woods. And we also preview this week's Genesis Scottish Open, where 14 of the world's top 15 players will tee it up. Enjoy!
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In this episode, Hank Haney explains why the PGA TOUR's opportunities for players aren't enticing enough to make them stay away from LIV Golf. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.