Jon Rahm joins Jerry Foltz and Su-Ann Heng on Fairway to Heaven to discuss his big move to LIV Golf. The reigning Masters champion shares his thoughts on LIV's schedule and format, responds to Rory McIlroy's Ryder Cup comments, and discusses his process of picking his team name. Jerry and Su-Ann chat about the effects of Rahm's big move, the golf ball rollback, and their disagreements with the way the Official World Golf Ranking points work.
In a move that could reignite professional golf's civil war, Jon Rahm is expected to sign with LIV Golf. The defection to the Saudi-backed circuit, long rumored since the Ryder Cup. The news comes just weeks after Rahm pulled out of the TGL, a PGA Tour-backed tech-infused golf league, for what he said were scheduling issues.
The Big Cat is back and our panel breaks down the latest on what we are hearing out of Bahamas - noted golf columnist Jeff Babineau joins us this week to offer his insight. Ryder Cup news - Luke Donald is named to Captain the European Team at Bethpage. Right decision? We discuss ... and we ask the question - if you could host the Ryder Cup on one course - where would it be? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are back. For the first time since the Ryder Cup, Jordan Spieth is teeing it up in a professional golf tournament and the Go Get That crew is here to preview it. We talk all things Spieth along with the return of Tiger Woods and what to expect from both this week. Enjoy!
It's an exciting day in the golf world: the big cat is back! In Wednesday's episode of Golf Today, Damon and George discuss the return of Tiger Woods, who teed it up in a 9-hole pro-am at the Hero World Challenge in The Bahamas. Todd Lewis joins in on the action to provide his insight from The Albany Club. Woods will make his first start since the Masters tomorrow in a pairing with Justin Thomas. Later in the show, Luke Donald joins the guys to talk about his return to the captaincy for the 2025 Ryder Cup at Bethpage Black. Later on, Notah Begay III joins Damon and George to give his thoughts on Woods' return to professional golf. Finally, Rich Lerner joins Golf Today to provide his insights on the Tiger Woods return. Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas tee off tomorrow at 11:52am.
A roof collapse, LIV mega-deal rumor, and rivalry week in college football, along with a returning guest from the Boston radio-waves on this week's podcast, hosted by Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell. Thanksgiving was the headline for everyone last week, and Alex and Michael share their Thanksgiving day MVP (2:14). A powerful Florida storm tore down the roof of the new TGL stadium, delaying the new league for a year (5:55). Jon Rahm's name is now connected to LIV, who are supposedly offering a gigantic contract to the major champion (7:28). The PGA Champions Tour is getting its own Ryder Cup style tournament, the World Champions Cup, headed to Florida is just a couple weeks with three teams (10:34). Tiger is back (again) at the Hero World Challenge, and Michael asks is Tiger will finish Top-5, or if defending champ Viktor Hovland will repeat (13:49). Gianna Gravalese returns to the podcast to chat about hew now syndicated and national show, The VBros, from iHeartRadio's KISS 108FM in Boston. Gianna shares all the good going on in her life now, her crush on Joe Jonas, on her love of Boston's Jingle Ball (16:13). College football's rivalry week produced some crazy moments, but the results for Alex's picks were not good (57:14). In the NFL, Michael's Giants have now won two straight after "beating" Alex's Patriots, who, contrary to popular belief, have not hit rock bottom yet (58:37). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Alex is ready for all the Christmas flavors that are here as we roll into December, and Michael shares his journey on a Savannah Food Tour (1:01:18).
Fresh off his win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa (and quick trip back to Las Vegas to play in the Netflix Cup), Max Homa joins Smylie Kaufman for a wide-ranging conversation covering stories from Max's time at Cal, to memories from his first year of fatherhood. While Max is now the 7th-ranked player in the world, he worked hard to establish himself on the PGA Tour, a struggle he and Smylie shared. Max and Smylie look at swing video tracking Max's progress to where he is now, a place he finds "aesthetically pleasing."
We kick off this intriguing episode of the Golf Week Amateur Tour podcast with an honest and inspiring talk featuring our guest, Amal Irudayaraj, who has been crowned as the current B flight Senior Amateur Tour National Champion. A true testament to what sheer determination and love for the game can lead to, Amal recounts his inspiring journey to becoming a national champion and his experience of starting a senior tour in Indianapolis. Next, we talk with tour directors, Cephas Franklin and Marty Martinez, who along with Lyle Joiner and Sean Redmond organized a 4-tour Ryder Cup-style event. Their recounting of the history of the event and its expansion over the years was nothing short of fascinating. We also engage in a lively discussion about the behind-the-scenes action of the tournament, the team dynamics at play, and the strategies that led them to success. As we wind up, we don't forget to extend our heartfelt gratitude to our troops, without whom we wouldn't have the freedom to enjoy our favorite sport. To all our listeners, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed creating it for you.If you have questions, send them to us at:Tim - TimNATC@amateurgolftour.netChris - firstname.lastname@example.org Golfweek Amateur TourSenior Amateur TourFacebookYouTube
On episode #387 of the Worldwide Golf Shops Insider Podcast, we chat with Professional Golfer, former TV Analyst, and World Golf Hall of Fame member Sir Nick Faldo about Sqairz Golf Shoes. In this episode, Nick begins by talking about the recent Ryder Cup and his predictions out in Rome as well as the recent loss of Ivor Robson, the voice behind the first tee of the Open Championship. Not only does Nick give us a brief look into the golf world but he gives us some insights into how he got his start in the game of golf. After a deep dive into the golf world, Nick takes us through his relationship with Sqairz and how he got his start as a spokesman. It initially started with Nick dealing with pain while playing and he eventually built a relationship with the Sqairz team. After they sent him a couple pairs to try out, the rest is history! Sqairz shoes are built to improve balance and stability for the golfer to promote consistency, extra distance, and much more. Take a listen to our interview with Justin here. Click here to see the latest footwear from Sqairz! Want to see more content? Here is more from the Worldwide Golf Shops Family! YouTube Channel – Click Here Insider Homepage – Click Here Products and Brands – Click Here What's in the Bag – Click Here Play Better Golf – Click Here Lifestyle & Travel – Click Here WGS Insider – Click Here Podcasts – Click Here
Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan is looking for the Government's approval today to deliver the Adare bypass road in time for the Ryder Cup in 2027. Jerry spoke to Minister for State and Limerick Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins.
In many ways Matt Fitzpatrick is an unlikely major champion. His game isn't as flashy as some but he works hard — and smart — to get everything out of his talent. In this revealing chat with The Thing About Golf host John Huggan, the Englishman looks back on his remarkable U.S Amateur/U.S Open double at Brookline, shares thoughts on the Ryder and Walker Cups, explains how he added 20 yards to his game off the tee and also why he switched to cross-handed chipping. The recent winner of the Dunhill Links at St Andrews, alongside his mum, has had quite the journey so far and the likeable 29-year-old looks far from done yet.
Live from TaylorMade media week, Trottie rejoins the show to discuss Tiger's return, his Europeans winning the Ryder Cup, sports fandoms in the USA Vs the UK, being a golf equipment junkie, Azinger out at NBC, TGL delaying a year, Thanksgiving, Black Friday and more.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/foreplaypod
Rory McIlroy continues to speak about the Ryder Cup drama and he even admitted to ignoring TIGER WOODS' phone call and texts. Hank sends advice to Rory McIlroy on how he should handle these interviews.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ready to discover the captivating world of professional golf? Join us for a riveting PGA Tour Countdown episode, where tournament host Davis Love III provides insights into the exciting anticipation surrounding the RSM Classic at scenic Sea Island. Tag along as we explore the impact of weather conditions on the two courses being played, the significance of FedEx Cup points for players, and how Davis is preparing to get back to playing golf.Round off this engaging golf experience with a profound reflection on Zach Johnson's tenure as the Ryder Cup captain and his thoughts on future opportunities. Lastly, we leave you with an affectionate glance into Davis Love III's life journey, his victories in golf, and the crucial role of time in affecting player performance in competitive golf. This episode promises a feast of insights, emotions, and conversations, so brace yourself for an unforgettable journey into the heart of the golfing world.
OutKick Founder, Clay Travis joins the boys to discuss his distaste for the IRS, Jimbo Fisher's tenure at Texas A&M, and who wins the courtroom battle between Michigan and the BIG10. Plus, OutKick.com Golf Contributor, Mark Harris on Mcllroy resigning as player director on PGA Tour policy board, will the PGA/Saudi PIF merger work, and takeaways from the USA's Ryder Cup loss in Italy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rory McIlroy is in the news again because he loves to speak and the media eats it up. Rory resigned from the PGA TOUR policy board, called Patrick Cantlay a dick after the Ryder Cup drama, and Hank Haney shares his thoughts on all of it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Broadcasting from the RSM Classic Matt Adams is live from Sea Island, GA as we are joined by special guests throughout. Rory McIlroy speaks out on the Ryder Cup, Gary Woodland is hitting golf balls again and the FedEx Fall finale is here! The Netflix F1 Golf event kicks off tonight and TGL Atlanta's team is announced as well.
Chad Mumm of the Full Swing series (4:28) tells the nearly decade-long story of convincing the golf world to embrace and produce an all-access documentary series. From getting Augusta National, the Ryder Cup, and Rory McIlroy onboard to leaving great stories on the cutting room floor, caressing agents and obsessing over Tiger, we hear it all. Great show with the creator of the Full Swing Netflix series.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/foreplaypod
The boys jump from the UK over to Ireland for some Guinness talk and of course, to dig into some greenkeeping. Ciaran "Jimmy" Killeen joins Adam and Trevor to discuss life on the course in Ireland. He also gives everyone a behind the scenes look at this year's Ryder Cup, which was hosted by Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Rome, Italy. Do not miss this episode! Please keep dowloading if tou love the show!
This episode features Korn Ferry Tour pro and YSO favorite Logan McAllister talking on the mysterious Oak Tree Pro-Scratch, his roller coaster of a KFT season and some highlights of 2023. We also dive into the Ryder Cup and what inside stories his caddy (Joey LaCava, Jr) had on the big kerfuffle in Rome.
The LPGA ends its 2023 season as the top players on the year-long CME Globe Standings compete one last time at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida. Four-time winner this season, Celine Boutier joins us to discuss past victories and her mindset going into this week. Later down the road Eamon and Damon catch up with two-time major champion Lilia Vu. As the culmination of the DP World Tour season seeks to crown the tour's Race to Dubai Champion this week, Sarah Stirk from Sky Sports joins to discuss the finer details of this grand finale. Hall of Famer Davis Love III has more experience than just about anyone these days, as a player, around the Ryder Cup, and in PGA Tour politics. Love joins us to discuss some important topics. Billy Horschel is back in action for the first time since August. Damon and Eamon find out what he's been up to. CELINE BOUTIER (21:58) LILIA VU (29:17) SARAH STIRK (35:29) DAVIS LOVE III (48:29) BILLY HORSCHEL (58:53)
Sports and data are closely intertwined – and that's especially true for spectators. So how can data, analytics, IoT and connectivity create better experiences fans? In this episode, we're taking a look at how major sports venues and events are using technology to create the perfect experience for their customers.It's something that's been a recurring goal for clients of HPE Aruba Networking over the last few years. Simon Wilson is their Chief Technology Officer for the UK, and helps clients bring exceptional connected experiences. He explains that, in part, the demand has been driven by our own improved connectivity: In particular, smartphones are now used for everything from payments to ticketing. And thousands of devices means there's a demand for rock-solid Wi-Fi and private 5G networks.And that's particularly important over large, outdoors sporting arenas where connectivity can be naturally spotty. Michael Cole is the Chief Technology Officer for the European Tour Group and Ryder Cup Europe. Not content with being responsible for laying tens of kilometers of cabling and fiber optic lines for golf's marquee events, he's been developing the concept of an Intelligent Course – a vast network of connected sensors and IoT devices which allow central control over every aspect of the event, from assessing queue length to measuring wind speed to account for wayward golf balls and moving spectators out of the way. Daniel Brusilovsky is on a similar mission. He's the vice president of technology for the Golden State Warriors and Chase Center in San Fransisco. Their campus contains over 700 Wi-Fi access points, connecting upwards of 18,000 devices at key points. These devices not only provide seamless access, they allow the Chase Center to use intelligence and insight to perfect the flow of people through their site. Insight and analytics from the data they collect is being used for everything from stocking concession stands to streaming fans' phones right onto the largest score screen in North America.And that idea of fan experience is what really excites Leslie Shannon. She's Nokia's head of trend and innovation scouting, and is impressed by some of the connected fan experiences that sports teams are trying out, from 3D cameras positioned on top of the goal posts, to apps using Augmented Reality to overlay a player's stats and map their previous performance whilst they are playing.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner catch up with Davis Love III at Southern Soul to talk about what really happened inside the U.S. Ryder Cup team room, his true thoughts on PIF and LIV, and what makes for great BBQ.
Jamie Spence and Alex Perry join Josh to cover a multitude of subjects from the week of golf. They discuss Max Homa's win at the Nedbank and an emotional victory for Villegas in Bermuda. Plus a look ahead to the TGL and the recent comments made from Rory McIlroy about that Saturday at the Ryder Cup. Ponder the Pro makes a welcome return.
Damon and Eamon recap an electric weekend in golf that saw wins by Camilo Villegas, Lilia Vu, Max Homa, and Steve Alker. They then welcome Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner to talk about the last few weeks on the PGA Tour and Rory's recent comments on his fiery Ryder Cup. The guys then get into Homa's win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge and welcome in John Huggan to talk about everything to do with the DP World Tour. Anthony Rodriguez, senior program director of First Tee, then hops on to talk about all he is doing to grow the game of golf with the younger generation. After that, Isabella Fierro breaks down what it means to be part of the newest class of Epson Tour graduates. Lastly, the general manager of Cedar Crest Golf Course and member of African American Golf Hall of Fame Ira Molayo breaks down everything going on with the Southwest Airlines Showcase at Cedar Crest this week.
This week we welcome golf journalist Matt Ward to the Clubhouse. Matt is the top reviewer on top100golfcourses.com, he's played over 2000 golf courses, and written 831 reviews! As a journalist, Matt has attended 100 Majors and 12 Ryder Cup's, and has interviewed countless high profile golfers.In this wide-ranging interview, Matt discusses his prestigious career, the games all time great players, and sheds light on what makes a top golf course.The Top100 Clubhouse Podcast is brought to you by Eden Mill; bringing the art of distilling back to St Andrews.
In this year's Wishbone Brawl at Goat Hill Park in Oceanside, Calif., women won't just play with the men, they'll play against them. This Saturday, Nov. 11, at a 4,500-yard municipal golf course where the motto is “World Class for Working Class,” what has become one of the greatest events in golf will open the gates at 9:30 AM, there will be a range clinic at 11 AM and the tournament tips at Noon. Tickets are $50 for adults, kids are free and dogs are welcome. There will be food, drinks and parking is somewhat limited, so carpooling or Ubering is encouraged. All proceeds will benefit North County Junior Golf Association and Goat Hill Park's Junior Caddie and Leadership Academy. This year's Brawl will consist of bona fide professionals and elite amateurs, they'll dust off persimmon woods, pick up junior caddies, and they'll play in front of roughly 1,000 adults, 300 kids and 100 dogs. “It's kind of a homemade backyard hang-out scene,” says John Ashworth, caretaker of Goat Hill Park. “Winning and losing doesn't really matter, it's just about having a blast, getting the whole community together and doing something special for the kids.” It's Xander Schauffele, who has seven PGA Tour wins, an Olympic Gold Medal and is currently No. 6 in the world, teaming up with Chris Riley, who won a PGA Tour event and partnered with Tiger Woods in the 2004 Ryder Cup. They're playing against Geoff Ogilvy, who won the 2006 U.S. Open, and Colin Featherstone, a local and current Korn Ferry Tour player. And then there's Jasmine and Janae Leovao, 19-year-old twins who grew up at Goat Hill Park and are now sophomores at Long Beach State where they recently helped the 49ers win back-to-back tournaments. “I think the twins could win the whole damn thing,” says Peter Beames, who once played on the European Tour and has written books on golf instruction. “They're that good and they're not afraid.” For a deeper dive on this year's Wishbone Brawl, we've prepared a Fire Pit Podcast in which you'll hear from Ashworth, Beames, Featherstone, the Leovao twins and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we catch up on the last few weeks from the loop. We have the big review of Wyndham Clark at our course, current US Open champion and Ryder Cup player. Plus some stories from the Godfather himself. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode, leave a review, and follow us on socials to keep up to date at @lifeontheloop9. Email your stories to email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/life-on-the-loop/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/life-on-the-loop/support
This week's pod comes from Troon, Oxfordshire, Dubai and Florida, with all the wifi lags that such a thing entails. But it's worth it as Iain, Eddie and Andrew are joined by Luke Donald who gives an insight into the effort and detail behind the scenes at the Ryder Cup and ponders the possibility of another captaincy. Eddie petitions hard for a menial role at Bethpage and petitions even harder for a bone broth sponsorship. TGL is given some detailed analysis, although Iain is denied a chance to show his knowledge of the original Boston Common as Andrew talks about Giant Haystacks instead. We also find out from whom Eddie might have inherited his dishonest ways. EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/chipping Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Scott and Sean discuss all things Ryder Cup recap and illustrate how a lack of preparation may have influenced the results then pivoting to discuss the importance that preparation plays with regards to excelling in life, sport and being generally brilliant in the task at hand - be it 6 holes, 9 holes, a golf tournament or any hurdles that life may throw at you.
This week Geoff Shackelford and Lawrence Donegan discuss the genius of Royal Melbourne, more rumours as the VC big cats circle the world of pro golf, Luke Donald and 2025 Ryder Cup. They are joined by Friend of the Pod David Jones - aka UKGolfGuy - to discuss Golf magazine's world top 100 ranking list.
My guest on this episode is Ludvig Aberg. We spoke how his life has changed since turning pro...specifically, being named to the European Ryder Cup team that was victorious in Italy this past fall. Ludvig Aberg - Instagram The Story Within - The 2022 U.S. Amateur Documentary - Available Now on YouTube! The Back of the Range Collection at Imperial SportsCOUPON CODE: BOTR15 for 15% your entire purchase!Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
Smylie Kaufman is joined by six-time PGA Tour victor, winner of the 2023 Tour Championship and FedEx Cup, and the de facto MVP of the 2023 Ryder Cup - Viktor Hovland. Viktor covers everything from how he got hooked on death metal, to the transformative short game work he did this year with Joe Mayo, to his chip-in (with Smylie's call!) on the first hole at the Ryder Cup. 1:54 Ryder Cup songs + what he's been up to since5:40 The origins of his golf game14:02 How he got into death metal16:41 College years at Oklahoma State21:00 Early pro years and "Big Three" with Morikawa & Wolff23:58 Short game work with Joe Mayo (video breakdown)42:31 Smylie's prediction on Golf Digest pod47:18 Smylie covering Viktor's Friday AM foursomes group at Ryder Cup53:11 Playing with Ludvig Åberg
With the Ryder Cup in the rearview mirror and the competitive season winding down, Andy brings on Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) and Kyle Porter (@kyleportercbs) for a rollicking discussion of the year in golf. They rank the top five people and things that golf has been best to in 2023, and the conversation veers in a variety of directions, touching on playing Augusta National, coaching vs. parenting, and of course Blockie.
House and Hubbard start the pod by going over Tom Kim's Shriners victory and Collin Morikawa's Zozo Championship victory (03:00). They also discuss Nathan's experience at Shriners and the energy around Lexi Thompson (13:50). Then, The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton joins the show to discuss the ongoing Ryder Cup fallout (19:10), the current state of LIV Golf (28:07), and if the LIV-PGA deal will even happen (37:33). Hosts: Joe House and Nathan Hubbard Guest: Andrew Beaton Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down Collin Morikawa's first win since the 2021 Open Championship, and whether his win at the Zozo Championship could be the springboard for a big 2024 season. They also discuss Phil Mickelson's comments about tons of players being interested in making the jump to LIV golf, and try to realistically figure out who those players could be. Plus - a former Ryder Cup captain makes a strong statement about whether he'll continue as part of the Team USA backroom staff.
It's Victory Monday for Andy and Brendan, who begin with some enthusiastic chatter about Tyson Bagent, his father, and the Bears future. There's also some pushback on the Browns getting lucky calls and a golf comp to the debate over the Tush Push. Then they get to the golf, beginning with the LIV Finale and Bryson's DeChambeau's team winning in Miami. There's some praise for the format, which produces some compelling moments … that nobody seems to be watching in person or on TV. They express some happiness for Bryson, who has “friends by arrangement” with a team. There's less joy for Paul Casey. On the PGA Tour, they discuss Collin Morikawa's victory in Japan and the bewildering game of Beau Hossler. During recording, news breaks of the Euro Tour now offering exemptions to some PGA Tour detritus down the FEC standings. News hits on a radio interview with Lucas Glover, who spoke of the shame of a splintered USA Ryder Cup team that he'd heard about from friends “in the fight.”
Michael Neff, creator of the GEARS Sports system that maps 3D models of the golf swing, joins Smylie to discuss the origins of his invention and the Tour pros he works with now. Michael breaks down Smylie's swing, in addition to Rory McIlroy, Cam Smith, and Billy Horschel. Check out video of Michael's swing analysis using GEARS now at youtube.com/@TheSmylieShow.
On this Whiskey Quickie by Bourbon Pursuit, we review Elijah Craig Ryder Cup Toasted Barrel Bourbon. This non-age state bourbon is 94 proof and $100 MSRP. Let us know what you think. Cheers!DISCLAIMER: The whiskey in this review was provided to us at no cost courtesy of the spirit producer. We were not compensated by the spirit producer for this review. This is our honest opinion based on what we tasted. Please drink responsibly.
On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, PGA Tour caddie Ricky Romano joins former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and jicky jack legend Drew Stoltz for an exclusive, in-studio, interview. The man who took over the bag of a resurgent Rickie Fowler talks what led to his current position, which current player-caddie combo would win an event and his expeirence inside the US team room at this year's Ryder Cup. ----- Subscribe to our new YouTube Now: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt5ESUx6omMUsMoEKvMTzlA Follow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/golf_subpar/?hl=en Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/golf_subpar?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor ----- We are excited to announce our newest sponsor Tito's Handmade Vodka and their Tito's Golf Club "Sub-Par Sponsorship" Now Tito's Golf Club members can nominate the Sub-Par Golfer in their lives to be sponsored by Tito's to get cool gear and fresh fits. Yes, even if that golfer is you. Will it make your friend good at golfing? No! Will they look like they're good at golfing? And maybe by sheer osmosis start to be kind of okay at it? Sure! At the very least you know they have good taste in vodka. Make bad golfing look good while bad golfers get better. Join and nominate at titosgolfclub.com ----- Thanks to Ralph Lauren, the Official Outfitter of the United States Ryder Cup team and of GOLF's Subpar. The RLX Golf collection is available in select Ralph Lauren stores, exclusive private clubs, and resorts, and online at RalphLauren.com. https://www.ralphlauren.com/brands-golf?&utm_source=OtherPartners&utm_medium=GolfSubparPodcastRLSponsorship_GolfSubpar_PodcastPlacement_2023_GolfSubparPodcastRLSponsorship
Team Europe's stats guru & accomplished golfer Edoardo Molinari joins the show (46:17). We have a fascinating conversation on the stats driving Team Europe's course preparation, course setup decisions, pairings, & hole strategies. Molinari gives all the behind the scenes details & weighs in on some of the Americans' decisions. Before Edoardo joins, we do Closest To The Pin & discuss the OWGR arrogantly denying LIV Golf World Ranking Points, birds pooping on people & 2023's “it guy” in golf.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/foreplaypod
Special guest Micah Wiener fills in for Will as the guys discuss being drunk and/or high at the airport, how Micah would fix Team USA, peculiar dog behavior, toy talk with Dave, and This Weekend in Fun from inside an Alfa Romeo Tonale. Support us on Patreon (it's Spooky SZN) and receive weekly episodes for as low $5 per month: www.patreon.com/circlingbackpodcast Watch all of our full episodes on YouTube: www.youtube.com/washedmediaShop Washed Merch: www.washedmedia.shop (0:00) Fun & Easy Banter (16:30) Being Drunk & High at the Airport(32:52) How Would Micah Fix Team USA?(39:39) Does Your Dog Do This?(51:26) Dave Talks Toys (58:30) This Weekend in Fun Support This Episode's Sponsors • DraftKings: Download the app NOW and use code WASHED to sign up. New customers can bet just FIVE DOLLARS and take home TWO HUNDRED INSTANTLY IN BONUS BETS Gambling problem? Call 1-800-Gambler or visit w w w sot 1 800 gambler dot net. In New York, call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369). In Connecticut, Help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit c c p g dot org. Please play responsibly. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). 21 + age varies by jurisdiction. Void in ONT. See sportsbook dot draftkings dot com slash football terms for eligibility, terms and responsible gaming resources. Bonus bets expire seven days after issuance. Eligibility and deposit restrictions apply. • BetterHelp: Visit BetterHelp.com/CIRCLING today to get 10% off your first month. • Lucy: Go to Lucy.co/STEAM and use promo code STEAM to get 20% off your first order. • Alfa Romeo Tonale: Learn More about the Alfa Romeo Tonale at alfaromeousa.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/circling-back/message
Tony opens the show by talking about the baseball playoffs, the New York Times, and he talks with Michael about Ryder Cup compensation for the players. Chuck Todd phones in to make his weekend picks against Reginald the Monkey, Richard Justice calls in to give his thoughts on the start of the baseball playoffs and also to share some memories of Brooks Robinson, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Hashemi “Swimming at Night” ; “Wanna Get Outta Here” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode Billy is LIVE in the studio for the first time since the Chicago move. The guys get into Zach Wilson (Billy is delusional), Tennessee Football, flying, beer for dogs, the Ryder Cup drama and much more!You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/macrodosing
Tony opens the show by talking Taylor Swift, the end of the baseball regular season, and he talks with Michael about what happened at the Ryder Cup. Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about another rough day for the Bears, and also about the Celtics trade for Jrue Holiday, Steve Sands calls in from Rome to give his thoughts on the the Ryder Cup, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Something PiCaSo “Saving Science” ; “Francis (The Pork Chop Selling Pig)” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We start with Fastest 2 minutes then we recap every game from Sunday. (00:00:00-00:13:57) Jaguars 23, Falcons 7 (00:13:57-00:21:10) Bills 48, Dolphins 20 (00:21:10-00:29:50) Eagles 34, Commanders 31 (00:29:50-00:39:27) Titans 27, Bengals 3 (00:39:27-00:48:18) Rams 29, Colts 23 (00:48:18-00:54:38) Broncos 31, Bears 28 (00:54:38-01:06:38) Chiefs 23, Jets 20 (01:06:38-01:12:47) Vikings 21, Panthers 13 (01:12:47-01:26:27) Texans 30, Steelers 6 (01:26:27-01:31:03) Bucs 26, Saints 9 (01:31:03-01:31:02) Ravens 28, Browns 3 (01:31:02-01:35:51) Cowboys 38, Patriots 3 (01:35:51-01:52:23) Chargers 24, Raiders 17 (01:52:23-01:58:48) Niners 35, Cardinals 16 (01:58:48-02:04:07) We then do who's back, talk some Ryder Cup, Jrue Holiday trade and more. (02:04:07-02:33:00)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake