Abby and Justin reunite for the first time since the Solheim Cup to talk about the bookend wins from Jin Young Ko and everything in between. They recap the Cambia Portland Classic (won by Jin Young Ko), Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G (Nasa Hataoka), ShopRite LPGA Classic presented by Acer (Celine Boutier) and Cognizant Founders Cup (Jin Young Ko). They finish with the news of the Symetra Tour graduates, Rose Zhang's hot start in college, the Asian Swing and new Chevron Championship. If you've made it this far, we always appreciate a rating and review!
On this episode of The Real Life Caddie Podcast:Big G and Zabbo are joined by two very 'average golfers' who are avid podcast listeners!Zabbo has caddied for Chris McCoppin and Bob Burton for years and we thought it would be interesting to have the boys on as guests! They promised invite us for dinner, so we couldn't say no!The boys were also very kind in allowing us to record this episode from a very special location.The lads chime in and give some great player feedback on a special episode that centers around listener mail bag questions.If you have any questions or comments, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFeel free to Rate, Review and Share the podcast too! We appreciate the support.
Jim sits down with Morgan Pressel two time winner on the LPGA and current NBC/Golf Channel golf analyst. We talk about her quick success as a young player at the professional level, what makes an elite player elite, Solheim Cup and her transition into the tv side of golf. She tells about her passion for early detection of breast cancer and how she has helped over $10 Million for breast cancer after losing her mom early in life. @LPGA @mpressel @MP_Foundation @CallawayGolf @TheSolheimCupUSA
In this edition of Big Drive Energy the Golf Bros discuss the US Women losing the second ever Solheim Cup on United States soil. Then they get into a discussion about the Spring Valley club championships including all the debacles of our 2021 Mens League- from playing the wrong tees to someone losing a 10 stroke lead it was quite the weekend. Then they finish up with Ryder Cup discussion after the fulls teams were announced this past week.
Brooks Koepka opens up and speaks the truth. With the Ryder Cup on the horizon we hear from Vice Captains Phil Mickelson, Henrik Stenson and Graeme McDowell. Plus, Yealimi Noh and Austin Ernst recount their Solheim Cup experience as Matt Adams broadcasts live from Ballybunion in Ireland.
On this episode of The Real Life Caddie Podcast:Big G is joined by Mike Zabbo and Lil' B, aka, Man Bun!It's been a busy Caddie Year and the boys have plenty of Caddie Stories to share.Highlights include: wives not listening to their husbands and a very dodgy request job for Big G and Zabbo!The lads then turn their attention to the big talking points from the World of Golf.The episode ends with notable mentions and a tremendous selection of listener mail bag questions.If you have any questions or comments, please email us: email@example.comFeel free to Rate, Review and Share the podcast too! We appreciate the support.
The Solheim Cup story and the Ryder Cup Captain's picks are just two awesome examples of the value performance analytics represent in sports today. Justin Ray is golf's guru and in this interview he covers a couple of really cool topics. None more important than how Ryder Cup pairings should be made in a couple weeks. From a PGA father's mentorship, to working for ESPN and the Golf Channel, Justin has some amazing experiences to relate. The Weekly Update shines a light on Tiger's recovery, Patrick Reed's Twitter practices, JT's practical joke and of course JR Smith. Golf's funniest ten minutes doesn't disappoint. ProShow Playlist Ep. #176: Natural (Imagine Dragons), Waiting on the World to Change (John Mayer w/ Ben Harper), Castle on the Hill (Ed Sheeran)
No. 119 The Weekly Walk Season 3 Episode 43 RAT FARTS There was a little mistake in the Editing and my assessment of the PGA Tour Schedule for the 2021/2022 season. WHAT HAPPENED IN GOLF THIS PAST WEEK News: Yana Wilson at the Jr Solheim Cup, No Patrick Reed at the Ryder Cup, Brooks WD We have a NEW Facebook Group for the Podcast; please search and join DAYLIGHT CHASERS IN VEGAS. Professional Golf Tour wrap-ups, Our Pick Results, FedEx Cup, and OWGR Updates WHAT IS HAPPENING IN GOLF THIS WEEK PGA Tour - Nothing, the Tour is idle for this week European Tour - The BMW PGA Championship Tour Champions - Ascension Charity Classic LPGA - The Tour is Idle this week Korn Ferry Tour - Season has concluded; no schedule has been released yet for 2022. SHOW BEERS This week's Show Beer is from Bad Beat Brewing out of Henderson, NV Hoppy Times IPA - 7% ABV A classic West Coast IPA with some modern flair. We start with a perfect amount of bittering hops and end with lots of late additions and a big dry hop. The result is a perfectly clear IPA with a great hop bitterness that develops into huge citrus and pine flavors and aromas. It finishes bone dry with an amazing aftertaste that makes you keep coming back. You'll never know your drinking a 7% beer until you stand up! LOOK AT THIS INSTAGRAM: Joe: @legendgolfcompany Matt: @thebobwest Jeremy: @bucketlistproshopper VIVA LAS VEGAS The Odds and out LOCKS for the Ryder Cup Our Return to Five Iron Golf, VGN Event this weekend out at the amazing Coyote Springs Please check out @airbar26 and save $10 off your order with the code "BB10." The Chasing Daylight is the official podcast of The Breakfast Ball Golf Blog. This show is for the casual golf fan who occasionally likes to nerd out on the game's different topics. Look for interviews from insiders within the industry, banter from their opinions on golf's current state. And discussions about headline topics like the Major tournaments and the hot new clubs hitting the shelves. Real talk, from real people who play the game. You can now easily help support the show. Check out our new PATREON PAGE Special thanks to the Las Vegas Golf Superstore for their continued support of this show! Be sure to give us a follow on Instagram as well: @chasingdaylightpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chasingdaylight/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chasingdaylight/support
Located in Northern Lower Michigan, Champion Hill Golf Course and Pinecroft Golf Course are both within a 30-minute drive of the world-famous Arcadia Bluffs and Crystal Downs. Champion Hill and Pinecroft are public, affordable, well-designed, and—here's the key—owned and operated by one family. Is this the ideal business model for affordable golf? Andy Johnson and Garrett Morrison address that question in this episode, but first they spend some time chatting about the Solheim Cup, which took place at Inverness Club this past weekend. After Andy and Garrett finish up, they throw it to a conversation Andy recently had with Lee Stone, the owner of Champion Hill and Pinecroft, and Jim Cole, the longtime superintendent of both courses.
It's "team golf" season people!!! While Keith is under a COVID quarantine, the guys go "virtual" for this week's pod and start things off with the details of their big Ryder Cup watch party event at Chalk Luxury Sports on Friday, September 24th, from 3pm - 6pm!!! The guys then talk Solheim Cup, the US Ryder Cup team selection, Patrick Cantlay's--and his tongue's--big win at Eastlake, and how the Oklahoma schools faired out at Pebble Beach (here's a hint: very well)! But this episode is mainly about JT's annual Y-der Cup event, his role as the Oklahoma team captain, and the guys have some special guests on to talk event details, how it all went down, and the best parts about "team golf"! All that, and so much more on this week's YSO podcast!!!
Hunter and Peter catch you up on all the big stories from over the weekend, including the Solheim Cup, PGA Tour Championship, and KFT Finals, plus initial reactions to Stricker's Captains Picks for the Ryder Cup and a look at a couple of local events including James Piot and the MSU Spartans back in on the golf course.
Will O'Callaghan and Richie McCormack are joined by Aisling O'Reilly live from Leona Maguire's homecoming after her fantastic performance at the Solheim Cup with Team Europe, followed by all of the day's biggest headlines! #BestFaceForward | @GilletteUK
WHO PREFERED THE SOLHEIM That was the big question that needed to be answered this week. What was the more enjoyable event to watch? We had the all-important season-ender for the men in the FedEx and the battle for supremacy in the Solheim Cup. Let us know. While you are doing it. Can anyone have a crack at explaining why there is a difference in 40million dollars in Prize Money across the 5 biggest events on each of the respective Mens and Ladies Tours?? Check out my YOUTUBE Channel PLEEEEASE Link to my catch up with DOM AZZOPARDI YOU TUBE Thank you so much for the continued support. Hit rocket up for his Rabbit Hole info ROCKETS INSTA Hit Magic Mike up at MAGIC MIKE INSTA Hit Rossco at ROSSCO INSTA
On today's show Co-Hosts Allen DePuy & Christian Nizamis breakdown the Tour Championship and Patrick Cantlay's $15 million dollar performance while Andrew is away painting his new home. However the ladies took golf's center stage last to contest the 2021 Solheim Cup - the guys breakdown the top performers from Team Europe's victory. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode the boys recap the wild week of golf, including the Tour Championship and the conclusion of the Fedex Cup Playoffs, The Solheim Cup at Inverness and our first trip to Sagebrush and our incredible experience! All that and much more! If you have any questions or feedback please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org If you like the podcast please rate, review and share with your friends! Cheers. https://www.instagram.com/sagebrushgolfclub/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefourjackpod/support
Ryan and Mike break down the European win at The Solheim Cup, which was highlighted by rookie sensation Leona Maguire going 4-0-1 in her five matches.The topic then shifts to the Tour Championship where Patrick Cantlay went back to back after the BMW to win and take home a cool $15 Million and narrowly beat world number 1 Jon Rahn. The contrasting events created an interesting discussion about what tournament did a better job at bringing in fans and creating excitement; for money or for country? Last but not least our hosts answer listener questions on club building and fitting.You can find our hosts on Instagram at:Ryan - RBSBarathMike - MIKETXG
Glad that it's over but sad that it's over. That's how Justin and Abby are feeling after a week of working (Justin) and attending (Abby) the Solheim Cup at Inverness Club in Toledo, OH. This episode covers it all. We talk about Europe's win, Leona Maguire's epic play, what was “elite” or not at the Solheim Cup, how the course played, rules controversies and their place in SC history, pods, Justin flying through the gala, the peddle bar and Gwen Stefani in Toledo, Toledo's atmosphere and the 130,000 fans who came to support women's golf, and so much more. It's a big episode but we couldn't have asked for a better week celebrating the Solheim Cup and our city. We'll see you in Spain in 2023!
The FedEx Cup Playoffs wrapped up at East Lake CC, and Patrick Cantlay played just well enough to hold off Jon Rahm and win the big, fat fifteen million dollar check. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell ask whether Cantlay deserved his win, if Rahm was truly the best golfer this season, and if 3rd place finisher Kevin Na will ever win a major (1:46). Meanwhile, the Solheim Cup monopolized the golf world as the best women in the US and Europe battled it out at Inverness, but at the time of recording, the chances for Team America looked bleak (7:03). The men have their chance of winning in team golf with the Ryder Cup starting on September 21, and Alex and Michael look at who should round out team USA in Captain Stricker's picks this week (9:50). And on the European Tour this week, Alex is surprised beyond belief that there is a Højgaard twin who is just as good as Rasmus (14:31)! In Tuned In, Alex is listening to a new Drake album that's dropping lyrics shouting out Tiger Woods, and Michael is unplugging with another kayaking adventure on Tybee Island (16:40). This week's guest is Dannielle Garcia, a reporter for WINK-TV in Ft Myers, FL. Dannielle shares stories about her time interning at ESPN, her culinary adventures in New Orleans, and staying professional on location during COVID (19:13). The NFL season kicks off this week, and Alex and Michael give us all a little preview on what to expect in the new 17-game season (43:30). College football was in full force this past weekend, and Alex's new Texas Tailgate Tour kicked off with incredible access to Texas State hosting Baylor (49:35). As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, it's about Whataburger and Blackberry and Apple Butter Pie Bars (51:19). Listen + Love + Subscribe: http://bit.ly/3fdoQed Part of the Morning Read Podcast Network: https://bit.ly/3k0jSnk Support the First Tee - Greater Austin: https://bit.ly/3n09U4I Have you listened to our new food podcast? https://bit.ly/3vrJvj9 Join us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2NpEIKJ Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2QJhZLQ Watch us on YouTube: http://bit.ly/3qvq4Dt
Paige welcomes back Amanda Rose to discuss the ban on “Brooksie,” the U.S. Ryder Cup team, and the Solheim Cup before touching on college football and the upcoming NFL kick off. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Matt Adams recounts the mad dash finish in Monday Singles (6-6 split) that saw Team Europe retain the Solheim Cup, 15-13. Hear from both Captains Hurst and Matthew, as well as surprise heroes like Mel Reid and Lizette Salas as each side is already looking to Spain in 2023
Busy Labor Day Weekend full of golf! Cantlay held off Jon Rahm to take home the FedEx Cup and the $15 million prize! Listen today as we recap the 2021 FedEx Cup and the up and down year for Patrick Cantlay. The European Team got off to a hot start in the Solheim Cup and held off a charging U.S. team to defend their title this weekend in Toledo. Get all of your golf news in 40 minutes or less! Follow us on Instagram @up_to_par_golf for golf giveaways, podcast updates, and more!
Leona Maguire's father Declan joined #OTBAM to discuss his daughter's best ever rookie performance in the Soheim Cup. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
We have a solution for the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup playoffs format, and we're enlisting Lurch to create a deck we can send to the PGA Tour. This, naturally, leads to a discussion on work decks and the misery of corporate lexicon. Following the weekend, there's much to talk about — Cantlay wins the FedEx Cup; Europe wins the Solheim Cup; Koepka withdraws from the Portnoy match; Bryson likens himself to Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk; the crew is soon visiting Bandon Dunes; we've got our next Fore Man Scramble match; and much more.
Team Europe wins the 2021 Solheim Cup at Inverness by a 15-13 margin. We recap the highlights of the singles matches, salute the victorious Europeans - particularly Leona Maguire's performance today, examine what went wrong for the US, and offer our biggest takeaways from the last three days. Plus some speculation on captain's picks for the upcoming Ryder Cup.
We look at the last five days of college football, explain to KJ what the Solheim Cup and FedEx Championship are, Sports Party and Run It Back. NEW SPONSOR ALERT Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app NOW and use promo code WASHED to receive TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS in FREE bets when you place a one dollar bet on any football game! And get a free shot at a MILLION DOLLAR top prize with your first deposit! That's promo code WASHED this week at DraftKings Sportsbook – an Official Sports Betting Partner of the NFL! Must be 21 or older, NJ, IN, or PA only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit and $1 wager required. One per customer. Restrictions Apply. See draft kings dot com slash sportsbook for details. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or in Indiana 1-800-9-WITH-IT.
This Monday episode comes out late reacting to the holiday finish of the Solheim Cup, where Europe cruised to a victory at Inverness. Andy and Brendan discuss the captains' strategies and misjudgements, breakout stars, the established stars who came up short, and the Inverness setup and routing. Then they have a separate discussion on the rules drama from Saturday night -- who was at fault, what should have happened -- and if it impacted the competition the rest of the way. The Net Tour Championship is reviewed, including a side bar about media criticism and not falling into the trap of advocacy or becoming the boy who cried good. The larger points are made that this season-ender sucked and they elaborate on why it sucked. A Ryder Cup captain's picks analysis ensues, with Kevin Na, and even the Baton Boy, getting some love. The Korn Ferry Finals 25 qualifiers are called out and given their due, even Dawie Van Der Walt who catches a drive-by. They briefly chat about the Euro Tour delivering back-to-back twin winners, and some underwhelming comments about the Italian host venue of the next Ryder Cup. The episode closes by circling back to the Solheim with a segment on possible future venues they'd like to see.
Patrick Cantlay Wins the FedEx Cup | Who will be the PGA Tour Player of the Year? | Ryder Cup Preview | Brooks Koepka Injury Updates | 2021 Solheim Cup Congrats to Patrick Cantlay on his FedEx Cup Victory at Eastlake. The FedEx Cup was a close tournament going into Sunday that ended in a one shot victory for Patrick Cantlay over Jon Rahm. Kevin Na and Jon Rahm tied for the tournament lowest score while Cantlay took home $15M FedEx Cup purse. We recap the tournament and the top golf news on the PGA Tour. We're chat through who will be PGA Tour Player of the Year. Patrick Cantlay and Jon Rahm are the front runners with their victories and stellar play throughout the season. Other notables for Player of the Year include Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa and Bryson DeChambeau. We break down the stats and predictions on the show. The PGA Tour has stated they will not be announcing the winners of the Player Impact Program (PIP). We chat through the top players that will likely be receiving a payout such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Bryson DeChambeau, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. The Birdies & Bourbon team chat Ryder Cup teams. Patrick Reed showed the team he was able to compete at the Tour Championship. Will his recent play be enough to secure him a spot on the Ryder Cup team. Kevin Na has been in fire coming out of the Tour Championship. Will he be on the 2021 Ryder Cup team. Other notables include Daniel Berger, Scottie Scheffler, Kevin Kisner, Webb Simpson and Sam Burns. We also chat a little Solheim Cup 2021. Can the US team comeback and win the cup this year. We chat through the Bubba Watson appearance and his efforts to grow the game. We had a blast chatting through the field and strategies. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support
This week, the flagship European Tour event, the BMW PGA Championship gets its own slot, with the PGA Tour on a week's break after ending last week at the Tour Championship. A lot of players make plenty of appeal this week, as is often the case in these deeper fields and it's a case of picking the very best of the value available. Another layer to this event is the possibility for players to grab the last spot on the Ryder Cup or put themselves in contention for one of Padraig Harrington's final Wildcard Picks. Harrington will submit his final team after the conclusion of this event. At the end of the podcast we discuss some possible additions we can make to the podcast going forward, and we would love your feedback on these. As ever we highly recommend you check out Tour-Tips.com for all the relevant statistics required to make informed selections each week. One-week subscription to tour-tips.com only £5.
It was a classic All-Ireland women's football final in Croke Park yesterday, which saw Meath stun the four-in-a-row champions Dublin in a major shock. It was however no shock to seasoned watchers and admirers of Meathness - Murph gives us a run-down on just what makes the Royallers tick. Leona Maguire is the first Irishwoman to play in the Solheim Cup, but she wasn't content to get there - ever since the competition began on Saturday morning, she's been a revelation. Her singles match this evening could be pivotal, and with Katie Taylor winning on Saturday evening as well, it was a very, very good week to be an Irish sportswoman.
What a blast! Full recap of Day 1 & 2 at the Solheim Cup! Stay tuned for our full recap episode of the weekend and Solheim Cup results later in the week! Make sure you are following @GrueterGolf on Instagram, Twitter, and even TikTok, and join our mailing list at www.GrueterGolf.com to stay in the loop about everything we are up to. You can always feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com to share questions, thoughts, concerns or compliments. Thanks for listening!
Matt Adams recaps an incredible TOUR Championship and FedEx Cup victory for Patrick Cantlay who won a cool 15 million. The US Team is searching for a spark heading into Monday's singles matches down 9-7 at the Solheim Cup. Hear from everyone including FedEx cup winner Cantlay, Both Solheim Cup Captains, all the guys in the mix for a Ryder Cup pick and more.
Meath football hero Vikki Wall on their All-Ireland win, Jason Smyth on his sixth Paralympic gold, updates on Leona Maguire in Solheim Cup action, and Stephen Kenny defends his Irish record. It's Game On with Marie Crowe!
Team Europe holds a 9-7 lead over Team USA and we recap a spectacular Sunday of golf at Inverness and preview the lineups for Monday singles. Then it's on to Atlanta where Patrick Cantlay wins the Tour Championship over Jon Rahm, plus our reaction to NLU Young Hitter Justin Lower locking up his PGA tour card at the KFT finals and much more.
It was a thrilling Day 1 on the grounds at our first Solheim Cup. Soly, D.J. and Randy sit down (from the tunnel to the first tee) to talk through the controversy, the course, the players and more.
Team match play is the most entertaining format in golf, but we might not understand it very well. What factors should team captains consider when pairing players up for foursomes and four-ball? How much does a player's past match-play record matter? In alternate shot, how should teammates decide who tees off on which holes? Joseph LaMagna (@JosephLaMagna) believes that the conventional answers to these questions rely on faulty reasoning. Joseph runs Optimal Approach Golf, which advises PGA Tour pros on strategy, and writes an excellent newsletter called Finding the Edge. In this episode, he and Garrett Morrison dig into the intricacies of team match play and the tactics that Team USA and Team Europe should use in the upcoming Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup.
This early Friday episode begins with a discussion on best practices for unboxing videos and some Brendan anxiety over that. Then it's on to the event of the week, the Solheim Cup, which is set up perfectly from a schedule, roster, venue, and tv format. Now they have to actually play the matches to deliver the goods, and Andy and Brendan preview the pods on the U.S. side, discuss the behavioral study that grouped them, Bubba's involvement, and a few great holes to watch at Inverness. News hits on Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples being named assistant captains for the Ryder Cup, which leads to a digression and a rant on Phil's lashing out at the USGA about driver length. News also covers Patrick Cantlay's destruction of the format in East Lake and its “criminal” impacts. Flashback Friday goes way back and celebrates arguably the greatest run of golf ever.
Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Cantlay produced an instant classic at the BMW, exchanging blow after blow before Cantlay took home the title and the FedEx Cup Points lead. Yelling "Brooksey" at Bryson DeChambeau is now prohibited on the PGA Tour and can get you kicked out. A preview of the Solheim Cup at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio and a game called "Guessing that Tour Championship Golfer."
The 17th edition of the Solheim Cup begins this weekend and we're joined by Jen Corcoran of Grueter Golf to preview the upcoming matches, explore the origins and recent history of the cup and look ahead to all the action from the Inverness Club in Toledo. A big thanks to Jen for coming on the pod!
This Wednesday episode gloriously falls on the first of the month, so you can imagine Andy's giddiness. Brendan's mood is also lifted by the fact that he's not calling in from a space cave and the audio should return to acceptable enough. They begin by jumping right into the news from Jay Monahan's press conference that the Brooksy shouts are considered “harassing behavior” and will now not be tolerated. They discuss how this is even enforceable, the slippery slope, and the Tour courting this exact creature that they're now aghast about. Then it's on to the Tour Championship and its staggered start format. They react to some JT and Rahm comments on the format, try to remember much about East Lake, and ponder a format that Andy thinks would hit a sweet spot for the new gambling craze. Pat Reed's return, apparently by bus tour and showing off his hibiscus refresher, is also discussed within a larger Ryder Cup roster debate as the final week before that's finalized on the U.S. side. The Journeyman of the Week is a burly boy in the Web Tour finals who just clinched his card and has some interesting thoughts about peanut butter. Friday will bring a full Solheim Cup preview and discussion sponsored by our good friends at Zero Restriction(use promo code SGS25 for 25% off) .
It's Solheim Cup week! Abby and Justin provide an AIG Women's Open recap and a massively-filled preview of the Solheim Cup. They talk about the final teams, Inverness Club's setup, the chaos and excitement that comes with a big event in town and more! As always, Justin gets rattled by an interruption and ends the episode with his facts for Abby. Enjoy the Solheim Cup this week and see what they're up to on the @foretheladies Instagram.
Patrick Cantlay beats Bryson in a six hole playoff in Baltimore to win the BMW Championship. Tron and Soly recap their week on the ground at Caves Valley, the energy around Bryson, Cantlay's stock after his third win on Tour this year, and a ton more. Plus a look ahead to the Tour Championship and the Solheim Cup and a special announcement about a new content partnership for NLU.
Even by Shotgun Start standards, this is a bit of an experimental episode. With Brendan up in Baltimore covering the BMW Championship, and the late finish, he calls in from the road along with Kevin Van Valkenburg of ESPN, who was also on the ground and gathering some incredible reporting on the Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Cantlay duel. The trio focus solely on that BMW final round, Cantlay's potential, the Bryson heckling, the defenseless setup, and if the fireworks mean anything either way for the FedEx Cup. Wednesday's episode will be a more thorough recap of the other events, the Ryder Cup points race closing, and a focus on the Solheim Cup. Thanks to Kevin for joining us and apologies to listeners everywhere for the poor audio quality. We won't try this again!
Andrew Green is one of the busiest golf architects in the business. He recently completed a restoration of Oak Hill's East Course and a renovation of Congressional's Blue Course, and he's currently doing work at Scioto, Wannamoisett, and Interlachen. Andrew's best-known project to date may be his bold 2017 restoration of Inverness Club, a 1919 Donald Ross design that has hosted six major championships. Next week, Inverness will appear on your TV as the host of the Solheim Cup, so Garrett Morrison figured it was a good time to call Andrew up and chat about Inverness's strengths, its complicated architectural history, Andrew's approach to balancing restoration with renovation, and his affection for a well-executed chocolate drop.