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The Zone
Tom Watson on The Zone, 9/28/22

The Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 41:46


Kansas City and golfing legend Tom Watson joins The Zone to discuss his work with ForeTheKidsKC.org. But first, Jason Anderson, Joshua Brisco and Beards McFly discuss Chris Jones' flag and the latest report with a few more details. Follow the show on Twitter: Jason Anderson (@J810Anderson), Joshua Brisco (@jbbrisco), Beards McFly (@BeardsMcFly).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Friends With Money
Rentvesting: The investor alternative to buying a home

Friends With Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 12:55


Love where you live, but can't afford to buy there? It's a conundrum for plenty of Australians, especially in desirable inner-city areas. One often-cited tactic though is rentvesting – i.e. investing in a property elsewhere so you can rent where you want. That's the topic of discussion on this episode of Friends With Money for Money's Tom Watson and this week's guest, buyer's agent and director of Aus Property Professionals, Lloyd Edge. What is rentvesting and what are the benefits?  Have rate hikes changed the dynamic for first home buyers? What should first home buyers look for in an investment property? Are there any drawbacks to rentvesting? Should rentvesting be part of a long-term investment strategy? Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mV0Cbr    Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3qGfsoL Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fSPI2h Website: https://moneymag.com.au Email: podcast@moneymag.com.auSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Golfers Journal Podcast
Episode 117: Golf's Treasure Hunter

The Golfers Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 54:28 Very Popular


Ryan Carey wasn't looking to become the world's foremost golf memorabilia auctioneer. A lawyer by trade, Carey started Green Jacket Auctions as a side gig to feed his passion for the game's history. 16 years and one very expensive set of irons later, Carey and his team are riding high and traveling the world in search of the next great golf item. Carey joins Tom Coyne live in the Broken Tee Society Discord server to offer a glimpse into the career that's taken him everywhere from Tom Watson's home bar to Perry Maxwell's basement. Plus, he details the record-breaking sale of the “Tiger Slam” irons, and delivers an otherworldly prediction when asked about the Holy Grail of golf collecting.

In squash - The Podcast
Episode 226 Daryl Selby

In squash - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 69:09


2011 British National Champion, 3 X Commonwealth Games medalist, 2013 World Team Championship winner with England, and a tremendously successful PSA career which saw him win 13 titles and reach world #9, Daryl Selby can retire from the PSA a very happy man. Daryl talks at length about his squash career and the aforementioned accomplishments, including which one he holds dearest. We also get into the upcoming season, who his odds on favorites are on the men's and women's sides, England winning the men's World Junior Team Championship, and a tremendous anecdote about playing golf with British Open legend Tom Watson.

The BackCast Podcast
The BackCast Podcast with guest Nicole and Tom Watson episode 142022 season

The BackCast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 53:06


When working at the museum; the most frequent topic we get questions on is when and where will the Grayling be re-introduced?  To that end; Richard and I are delighted to sit down with Tom and Nicole Watson.  Nicole's doctorate thesis surrounds the reintroduction efforts in Michigan.  While you won't get specific current status; you will get a real feel for the logistics behind this important initiative!  Nicole has done a whole bunch in a short time – her contributions to outdoor enjoyment go way beyond just fishing or hunting.  She has led groups of women in their quest to become outdoors women – super cool!  If you have a hankering to move to learn more of the far north this one may be of particular interest! No need to mark your calendars now – just come on out.  From 10a until 3pm; LTHS will host an art sale at the Township Complex - Saturday September 10th.  The proceeds of this sake will be used to fund our annual scholarship to Kirtland College.  We have some great pieces that we are certain you'll want to take home!  

FORE the Good of the Game
Nick Price Part 3 - (The Major Championships)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 53:28


Three-time major championship winner, Nick Price, begins by taking us back to the early frustrations and heartbreaks at the majors including the challenges of Augusta and tough Open Championship losses to Seve at Lytham in 1988 and earlier having one hand on the Claret Jug in 1982 at Troon when Tom Watson prevailed. He recognizes the lessons he took away from these which prepared him for a terrific stretch of golf in the early 1990's where he prevailed at the 1992 PGA at Bellerive, the 1994 Open at Turnberry and, later that year, the PGA at Southern Hills. Nick Price looks back on a Hall of Fame career and finishes with his thoughts on how he would like to be remembered as a golfer, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Friends With Money
Smart investing for the bargain hunter

Friends With Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 13:29


While fluctuating equity markets and falling house prices will come as unwelcome news to many, the flipside is that there are plenty of opportunities for investors looking to grab a bargain. That's the topic of discussion on this week's episode of the Friends With Money podcast featuring host Tom Watson and Money's senior journalist Nicola Field. They talk about: Defensive and growth stocks The lure of fixed-interest funds Residential and commercial property options Ongoing interest in cryptocurrency The threat of scams  Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mV0Cbr Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3qGfsoL Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fSPI2h Email: podcast@moneymag.com.au Get stories like this in our newslettersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tough Love and Second Chances - EDGA
The Juan Postigo Arce Story Continued

Tough Love and Second Chances - EDGA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 4:51


Juan Postigo Arce has become one of the most recognisable faces among golfers with a disability anywhere in the world, and is much admired for the way he plays the game and the positive message he conveys: that golf can be for everyone. The low-scoring Spaniard certainly deserves the acclaim in which he is held. At the time of writing, he stands at number 3 in the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD), where after being one of the stand-out EDGA players of recent years, he came back from injuries to win, among others, the 2021 Madrid Disabled Open and the 2021 European Championship for Golfers with Disability (European Golf Association); this for the third successive time. In September 2022, the 26-year-old from near Santander in northern Spain was rewarded by qualifying for the G4D @ BMW PGA Championship, staged by the DP World Tour, at Wentworth, competing on the same course in the same week as Rory McIlroy, John Rahm and many of golf's top professionals. Juan told us he was “very proud” to represent Spain on this world stage. Spectators at the BMW PGA Championship will have seen a remarkable golfer in action. Unlike many other EDGA amputee players, Juan Postigo eschews the use of a prosthetic for his right leg. It has long-been second nature to use his crutches in both life, and on the golf course. These assist him as he walks purposefully up to his golf ball on the tee – at the last moment dropping down the crutches to make his stance, on his left leg, before powering another shot away down the fairway with a balletic balance. Look even more closely at his swing and one will realise just how much his left foot absorbs all the pressure of his body movement throughout, the muscles flexing with intensity, strong like a lion's paw; the fulcrum of perhaps one of the most effective swings in golf. More and more golf watchers are appreciating this, as is Juan's work in helping to grow the game being appreciated. Add to this his always generous smile and kindness to those he meets through the sport, and you understand his popularity. Cut to the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews and on the Monday practice day, The R&A hosted the ‘Celebration of Champions', a four-hole team match taking place on the first, second, 17th and 18th holes on the Old Course. Several thousand fans cheered the likes of Tom Watson, Tiger Woods, Gary Player, Georgia Hall, Nick Faldo and more, but they also applauded an invited international quartet of EDGA golfers with a disability. And from the world's most famous golf course, Juan and his fellow EDGA players helped shine the spotlight on just how inclusive golf can be, as this celebration of the sport was broadcast around the world. This was not the first time that Juan had been generous in helping EDGA and promoting golf for the disabled. In 2019, he was one of three EDGA golfers invited to play in the pro-am of the British Masters at Hillside, courtesy of the DP World Tour. Here, he met and spoke with spectators with a disability attending the event, while he and fellow player Caroline Mohr also took a trip to the Northwest Regional Spinal Injuries Centre in Southport, where they were able to encourage a group of patients to enjoy some first hits at golf, and learn more about the benefits of trying golf for themselves. Juan Postigo's philosophy is simple: “Golf and life are quite similar. Accept yourself as you are… I have never had any issue with feeling or being different.” This small update on Juan offers a glimpse of the man behind the smile and the elegant golf swing. If you would like to learn more, including Juan following in the trail of his local hero Seve Ballesteros, read and listen to our feature profile recorded in 2019. Simply click on https://bit.ly/305z8lt

Banking on KC
Ann Spivak of First Tee Greater Kansas City: Making a Difference Through Golf

Banking on KC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:49


On this episode of Banking on KC, Ann Spivak, executive director of First Tee Greater Kansas City, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how the organization uses the game of golf to teach local youth life skills that will serve them well into adulthood. Tune in to discover: How Kansas City golf legend Tom Watson was instrumental in taking the program to a national level. The types of life skills participants learn. The measurable impact the program is having on youth around the country.  Country Club Bank – Member FDIC

The Downstream Column Podcast
Manufacturing high concentration mAbs challenges and solutions

The Downstream Column Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 15:34


In this podcast, we spoke to Tom Watson, Group Leader, Product Management – Biotech Division, Gregor Kalinowski, Manager SLS Purification Consultants Europe, and Aude Iwaniec, R&D Bioprocessing Team Leader, all from Pall Corporation, about why high concentration mAbs are an increasingly important part of the biotech landscape, current manufacturing challenges and solutions, and future trends. High concentration drugs offer benefits for patients I began the discussion by asking why high concentration mAbs are an important topic in today's biotech landscape. Tom explained that high concentration drugs are an important innovation because when a biotech drug can be prepared at high concentration that is administrable, it is usually self-administered in a subcutaneous mode. This method of delivery brings lifestyle benefits to patients and reduces health care costs because it negates the need for an intravenous treatment. Subcutaneous biotech drugs have been available for a while, but recently more companies are developing new drugs or formulating existing ones at high concentration. High concentration mAb manufacturing vs. more traditional mAb production I followed up by asking what some of the differences in terms of manufacturing high concentration mAbs versus more traditional mAb production are. Tom described that a mAb or recombinant protein for subcutaneous delivery is going to be prepared at a high concentration. Starting with the final concentration steps, it is common to have a highly viscous fluid of 10 to 30 centipoise, with a concentration of greater than 100 grams per liter and often higher than 250 grams per liter. He went on to say that the concentration step reduces the volume of the fluid processed across the subsequent unit operations that are typical of a biotech process. What happens then is a reduction in the dosage volume, since you only need 1 to 2 milliliters of a highly concentrated biotech drug for therapeutic effect. So, typically there are small dosage volumes, or in some cases dosage volumes can be several milliliters to permit a slightly longer-term infusion of a subcutaneous drug. However, viscosity makes processing the fluid more challenging across the unit operations including the concentration step itself, but also through filtration, mixing, freeze/thaw, formulation, and dispensing. In addition, the smaller batch volumes that correspond with the increased concentration of the drug raises the cost of the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) per unit volume and this results in more significant impact with any product loss. Manufacturing challenges with high concentration drugs Next, we discussed some of the main challenges that exist in manufacturing workflows for high concentration mAbs. Tom said that he repeatedly hears from customers about challenges relating to product loss in hold up volume, aggregation of the molecules, limitations with analytical equipment and sampling procedures, and destabilization of filtered fluid due to the stripping out of formulation components. Achieving high product concentrations I then asked Gregor about the specific challenges to achieving high product concentrations. He explained that product viscosity is increasing with increasing product concentration. So, for a given crossflow, the pressures are also increasing with increasing product concentration. He went on to say that the permeate flux is decreasing with increasing product concentrations and therefore the processing times become longer, and the number of pump passes are much higher compared to low concentration processes. This combination of extended recirculation time and the increased concentration carries a significant risk of shear related damage that may impact the product quality. Finally, the high viscosity of the final retentate pools typically results in a poor recovery from TFF systems because of limited drainability. I followed up by asking him which solutions can be app...

Arrow Bandwidth
Tenable Podcast 2022 - Keys To The Kingdom

Arrow Bandwidth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 12:16


This insightful podcast in our Tenable series features an exclusive interview with Tom Watson, Territory Manager at Tenable. Arrow's Business Manager, James Cable, poses the questions to Tom, including what the unique features of Tenable AD (Active Directory) are. With AD now more than 20 years old, your customers may have inherited a legacy IT system, with mergers, acquisitions & consolidations having taken place during this time. The challenge for many security teams is to manage and know that they've secured AD, without knowing what's gone before them and legacy risks being difficult to secure. Hear how Tenable AD identifies and fixes vulnerabilities in this highly informative Arrow Bandwidth podcast.

FORE the Good of the Game
John Mahaffey - Part 3 (The 1978 PGA Championship)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:19


John Mahaffey begins this segment with a look back to his win at the 1978 PGA Championship at Oakmont CC in a playoff with Tom Watson and Jerry Pate. He talks about his Ryder Cup experiences and his two wins at the 1978 and 1979 World Cups. John reflects briefly on his Senior Tour career and the transition to broadcasting and becoming an author. Hear him tell about how he got his "Hogan's Boy" nickname from Sam Snead and where he would take two career mulligans. John Mahaffey wraps up his life story, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Frontier of the Metaverse - Web 3.0, NFT's and Cryptocurrency Tip‪s‬
How to launch a Successful NFT Project with The Possessed founder's Tom & Joe

Frontier of the Metaverse - Web 3.0, NFT's and Cryptocurrency Tip‪s‬

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 49:37


How to launch a Successful NFT Project. In this episode, we interview Tom Watson and Joe Furr from The Possessed. The Possessed is an NFT project that launched recently with a lot of hype: selling out a 10,000 PFP collection during a bear market. They both have a lot of experience with entrepreneurship and they share their knowledge in this episode about how to launch an NFT project. The 3 things you will learn:  How to launch a successful NFT project Why is it important to have a strong community How to stay on top of the busy web 3 world RESOURCES DISCUSSED: The Possessed | https://p4sd.com/ (Website) Murder Head Death Club | https://murderheaddeathclub.com/ (Website) Discord | https://discord.com/ (Website ) Invisible friends | https://invisiblefriends.io/ (Website) Deadfellaz | https://www.deadfellaz.io/ (Website) JUSTWork Campus | http://justworkcampus.com/ (Website) Alien Frens | https://www.alienfrens.io/ (Website) Friends With Benefits | https://www.fwb.help/ (Website) PEOPLE: Howard Kingston | https://twitter.com/howardvk (Twitter) Joe | https://twitter.com/whatthefurr?lang=en-GB (Twitter) Tom | https://twitter.com/tmw_buidls (Twitter) P.S. Whenever you are ready, here are 3 ways we can help you become a Metaverse Expert Follow Howard on Twitter for daily tips: https://twitter.com/howardvk (https://twitter.com/howardvk) Be sure to subscribe so that you never miss an episode! https://frontierofthemetaverse.com/listen (https://frontierofthemetaverse.com/listen)  Subscribe to our Newsletter for weekly insights: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/howardvk (https://www.getrevue.co/profile/howardvk) 

The Declutter Hub Podcast
203 Preparing for a renovation - a Q&A with Tom Watson

The Declutter Hub Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 42:53 Very Popular


Today's guest, former MP, Tom Watson, has had a recent ADHD diagnosis. Whilst he has spent time putting organisational strategies in place at home to create order, things are about to get turned upside down when he moves home. In today's podcast, Tom is the one asking the questions about how to navigate through this and I'm going to do my best to answer them. For more show notes go to our Podcast Page.  If you haven't already, make sure you check out our website The Declutter Hub. We are delighted you're here and can't wait to share all our top tips about decluttering and organising with you. Please feel free to join our Facebook group The Declutter Hub Community and you can find out more about The Declutter Hub membership here.

Randy Miller Radio
"It only took Randy Miller 32 years..."

Randy Miller Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 51:01


Join us for a  celebration of a lifetime and meet the man who helped make it all possible!

FORE the Good of the Game
Mike Weir - Part 2 (Later Tour Wins and the 2003 Masters)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 38:57


Major championship winner, Mike Weir relives his last several PGA Tour wins including the 2003 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic and going back-to-back at Riviera in the Nissan Open. The big one, of course, was his playoff victory at the 2003 Masters Tournament over Len Mattiace, becoming the first male Canadian major champion and the 2nd lefty to win a major (after Bob Charles at the 1963 Open Championship at Lytham.) He takes us back to his champion's dinner, sitting between Tom Watson and Byron Nelson, that made for a memorable evening. Mike Weir continues his story, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Friends With Money
Reduce your transport costs

Friends With Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 19:35


While petrol prices and other transport costs are biting into household budgets, are there still opportunities for motorists and commuters to save? That's the pressing question Money's Tom Watson and NRMA spokesperson Peter Khoury get into on this week's episode of Friends With Money. They discuss: The transport costs hitting Australians the hardest Why petrol prices have risen so high, and where they are now What's going to happen to the 22c/litre fuel excise cut The explosion of potholes and their impact Ways for people to save money on their transport and driving costs Listeners may also be interested in the following: ACCC petrol price cycles in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth Petrol price monitoring resources like Fuel Check NSW, FuelWatch WA, MotorMouth, myNRMA app, myRAA app, MyFuel NT, Petrol Spy, RACQ Fair Fuel and Simples. Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mV0Cbr Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3qGfsoL Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fSPI2h Website: https://moneymag.com.au Email: podcast@moneymag.com.auSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FORE the Good of the Game
Larry Nelson - Part 2 (The Major Championships)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 40:26


World Golf Hall of Fame member Larry Nelson looks back on his three major championship wins and a few of the near misses. He begins by recounting his hometown win at the 1981 PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club sporting the iconic Amana hat for which players were paid $100 per week to wear. Larry then bested Seve Ballesteros and Tom Watson at the 1983 U.S. Open at Oakmont CC shooting 65-67 on the weekend to set a U.S. Open final 36-hole scoring record which has yet to be equalled, hitting all 18 greens in the final round. He won the PGA again at PGA National in 1987 besting Lanny Wadkins in a playoff while overcoming tough weather and course conditions. Larry Nelson wraps up this segment by recalling where he would take his one career mulligan, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Friends With Money
Preparing for tough economic times

Friends With Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:26


How can we put our finances in a position to best withstand the current turbulence in the financial world? With living costs rising and equity markets bouncing up and down, that's the big question host Tom Watson and journalist Annette Sampson delve into on this week's episode of Friends With Money. In it they discuss: The importance of a budget and emergency fund Expenses people can cut back on to save Types of stocks investors might want to look at (and avoid) Managing volatility as a retiree #friendswithmoney #tomwatson #annettesampson #finances Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mV0Cbr Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3qGfsoL Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fSPI2h Website: https://moneymag.com.au Email: podcast@moneymag.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FORE the Good of the Game
Tom Watson - "The 'Duel in the Sun' at Turnberry" SHORT TRACK

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 3:47


One of the all-time greats, Tom Watson, reflects on his 1977 Open Championship win at Turnberry over Jack Nicklaus in what was one of the finest head-to-head duels in major championship history. Tom Watson shares the memories of his 2nd Open win, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Emmaus Church Podcast
The Reverse Occurred (Esther 9-10)

Emmaus Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 55:51


The Book of Esther - When a Perfect God Uses Imperfect People Tom Watson

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 高爾夫相關時事趣聞 All about golf

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 9:53


Topic: Sellout Culture Is a Problem for Pro Golf   Even if you don't play or follow golf — which I don't — you're probably aware of the controversy now engulfing the game. A number of the world's top-ranked pro players, notably Phil Mickelson, made extremely lucrative deals to play in a new tour, the LIV Golf International Series, sponsored by Saudi Arabia. The PGA Tour, which has traditionally dominated the sport, responded by suspending 17 of these players. 即便不打或不追高球新聞—我也沒追—你也可能知道現在這項運動捲入爭議。一些世界頂級職業球員,尤其是米克森,達成極其有利可圖的交易參加沙烏地阿拉伯贊助的新巡迴賽,即LIV高球國際系列賽。傳統上主導這項運動的職業高球美巡賽(PGA Tour)對此做出回應,將其中17名球員禁賽。 The Saudis are obviously engaged in reputation-laundering — greenswashing? — in an attempt to make people forget about the atrocities their regime has perpetrated. It's less clear what motivated the PGA. Did it consider the LIV series flawed, not a proper golf tour? Was it attempting to squash competition? Or was the problem with the LIV series' sponsors? 沙國顯然在清洗名聲—是在「漂白」嗎?試圖讓人們忘記他們政權所犯下的暴行。目前還不太清楚什麼原因驅使PGA這樣做。它是否認為LIV系列賽有缺陷,不是個像樣的高球巡迴賽?它會不會是在試圖壓制競爭嗎?或是LIV系列賽贊助者的問題? PGA attendees surveyed by ProGolf weekly were in no doubt: An overwhelming majority attributed Mickelson's exclusion to “media/cancel culture.” And I hope they're right. I mean, if getting paid big bucks to provide favorable PR to a regime that deals with critical journalists by killing them and dismembering them with a bone saw doesn't warrant cancellation, what does? And yet Mickelson and others were willing to provide that PR. 接受《ProGolf》周刊調查的PGA與會者均無疑問,絕大多數將米克森遭剔除歸因於「媒體/取消文化」。我希望他們是對的。我的意思是,拿大錢幫一個政權提供公關服務,而這個政權把批評他們的記者殺掉還肢解,如果這不是一個取消的正當理由,那什麼才是?而米克森和其他人卻願意提供這種公關服務。 So if you ask me, the real story here isn't that the PGA may (or may not) have found a line it won't cross. It is that so many members of the American elite evidently have no such lines. 所以,若你問我,情況並非PGA可能(或可能沒有)找到一條不會跨越的線,而是這個美國菁英組織許多成員明顯沒有這樣的界線。 What explains the rise of sellout culture? Tax cuts may have played a role: Selling your soul becomes more attractive when you get to keep more of the proceeds. Soaring income inequality may inspire envy, a desire to keep up with the super-elite. And there is surely a process of normalization: Everyone else is selling out, so why shouldn't I join the party? 如何解釋出賣文化興起?減稅可能起到一定作用:當你能保留更多收益時,出賣你的靈魂就變得更有吸引力。日益嚴重的收入不平等可能會引發嫉妒,讓人渴望跟超級菁英攀比。當然,這是一個正常過程:其他人都在出賣,那我為何不入群呢? Kids used to look up to public figures, sports stars in particular, as role models. Do they still? Can they, given what public figures will do if the checks are big enough? 以前孩子們常把受人尊敬的公眾人物作為榜樣,尤其是體育明星。他們還會嗎?考慮到支票夠大時公眾人物竟然這樣做,他們還能嗎?Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6413966   Next Article   Topic: Why Are There More Successful Older Golfers Today?   From the 18th fairway in the final group of the British Open in 2009, Tom Watson, the five-time Open champion, hit a shot that flew right at the pin. For a moment, it looked like Watson, then age 59, would win the tournament for a record sixth time and become the oldest player to win a major championship. 2009年英國公開賽最後一組第18洞的球道上,五屆冠軍華森一揮直飛旗桿。一時間,當時59歲的華森似乎將贏得創紀錄的第六座英國公開賽冠軍,並成為最年長的四大賽冠軍。 A firm bounce sent the ball off the back of the green, and Watson needed three more shots to get the ball into the hole. That dropped him into a tie for first. In the four-hole playoff, he ran out of gas and lost by six shots. 小白球強力彈跳後滾出果嶺後方,華森又花了三桿才把球送進洞裡。這使他落到並列領先。四洞延長賽,他精力耗盡,最後輸六桿。 A decade ago, the idea of an older golfer contending in, let alone winning, a major championship was something few considered. That was still the time when most golfers petered out in their mid-40s and kicked around the golf world before having a brief resurgence on the Champions Tour when they turned 50. 10年前,很少人料想得到年長的高球選手會參加四大賽,遑論拿冠軍。當時,大多數高球選手在45歲左右開始淡出,到滿50歲參加「冠軍」(譯註:長春)巡迴賽散發短暫餘暉前,其間在高球界四處晃晃。 Leading these middle-age mavericks is Phil Mickelson, 51, won the PGA Championship in May. He beat Brooks Koepka, a four-time major winner, and Louis Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open champion, who are both in their 30s. 這些不服老的中年高球選手領導人物是剛滿51歲的米克森,他在今年5月贏得PGA錦標賽冠軍。擊敗了都是30多歲的四屆四大賽冠軍得主科普卡與2010年英國公開賽冠軍歐蘇森。 “All these guys have taken a new approach,” said Dave Phillips, co-founder of the Titleist Performance Institute, which focuses on golf and fitness. “There's a lot of money out there. They realize they can still compete with the younger guys, but they need to spend more time on their body and what they fuel their body with.” 高球與健身專門機構「冠軍競技表現研究所」共同創辦人戴維.菲利普斯說:「這些人都採取一種新方法。比賽獎金很高。他們意識到自己仍可跟年輕人競爭,只是需要花更多時間在身體及強化身體的物質上面。」 Phillips said what Mickelson and the others were doing provided lessons for older golfers. “It's not strength, but the recovery and the downtime that matter,” he said. “It's letting your body recover. Everyone wants to get fitter, stronger, faster. They're upset when they don't see the results. But what they're doing is fatiguing to the body more so than a round of golf.” 菲利普斯說,米克森和其他人的作為,幫年長高球選手上了一課。「重要的不是力量,而是恢復與休息,讓你的身體恢復。每個人都想變得更健康、更強壯、更快。他們沒看到成果時會沮喪,但他們所做的事會讓身體遠比打一輪高球還累。」 Crucial for older players? Maintain leg strength, Phillips said, and that means walk, don't ride, when you play golf. 對年長球員重要的是什麼?菲利普斯說,保持腿部力量,這意味你打高球時,要走路,不要搭球車。 It is experience, for sure, but that is a double-edged sword: With age, players are more knowledgeable about the nuances of the game and have, in theory, a better psychological understanding of what to do. But they have also failed to do that in similar moments in the past. 當然,這需要經驗,且各有利弊:隨著年紀增長,球員更了解比賽的精妙之處,理論上,他們在心理上對該做什麼有更好的了解,過去遇到類似時刻,他們就做不到。 “The reason we're going longer is we have the financial security to go longer,” he said “We also have the sports science to reinvent ourselves.” 他說:「我們走得更久是因為我們擁有能夠走得更久的經濟保障,我們還有運動科學來改造自己。」Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5656437   Next Article   Topic: Night Golf Is Taking Over South Korea   City lights shimmer in the distance. 城市燈光在遠處閃爍。 Shadows splay in every direction on glowing green grass. 陰影在閃閃發光的綠色草地上向四面八方伸展。 It's close to midnight, the moon hangs high in the dark night sky, and South Koreans are still outside, golfing. 現時已接近午夜,月亮高懸在漆黑夜空中,南韓民眾仍在戶外打高爾夫球。 This is “white night” golf, a nocturnal sports phenomenon in South Korea that reflects the still surging popularity of the sport there, the persistent challenges many encounter in nabbing a tee time in the country's dense cities and the lengths to which some will nevertheless go to get one. 這就是「白夜」高球,南韓一種夜間運動現象,反映高球在南韓人氣持續攀升,許多人在人口密集城市內要預約打球遇到挑戰,不過有些人還是想辦法要打到球。 South Korea is the third-largest market for golf in the world, behind only the United States and Japan. 南韓是世界第三大高球市場,僅次於美國和日本。 For golf fans worldwide, the game's grip on the country is most easily observed in its surplus of elite professional players, particularly in the women's game. As of last week, 32 of the top 100 players in the women's world rankings, including four of the top 10, were from South Korea. 對世界各地球迷來說,高球對南韓的吸引力,從菁英職業球員充斥南韓人最容易看出,尤其女子高球界。截至上周,世界排名前100的女子高球選手有32人來自南韓,前10名就有4位。 But on the ground, golf is very much a participatory pastime, even if the popularity of the sport and the undersupply of courses in metropolitan areas make opportunities to actually play scarce and expensive. Seoul, a city of nearly 10 million people, has only one course, and it is open only to military personnel. 但在當地,高球主要是一種大家親自下場的消遣,即便這種運動太受歡迎加上都會區球場供應不足,使得打球機會很少又昂貴。擁有近1000萬人口的首爾只有一個球場,且只對軍人開放。 Some make do with screen golf, a virtual simulation game played indoors, which has become its own booming pastime in South Korea, with some facilities offering 24-hour service. 有些人只好改玩螢幕高爾夫,這是一種在室內玩的虛擬模擬遊戲,在南韓已成為蓬勃發展的娛樂,一些場所提供24小時服務。 But golfers understandably desire the real thing. So what do you do when the demand for tee times outstrips the sunlight in a given day? 但可以理解的是,打高球的人渴望真實的東西,因此當某天打球時間的需求量超過日照時間,你該怎麼辦? According to Seo Chun-beom, president of the Korea Leisure Industry Institute, South Korea now boasts a whopping 117 golf courses of 18 holes or more that offer nighttime play for willing golfers, with tee times as late as 8 p.m. Seo said there are countless other 9-hole courses that also feature floodlights and do not close until midnight or later. 韓國休閒產業研究所所長徐千範說,南韓目前有117座18洞或以上的高球場,可讓想打球的人在夜間打球,打球時間到晚上8點。 徐俊範說,還有其他無數個9洞球場也設有探照燈,開到午夜或是更晚。 Many people from Seoul, for instance, make the trek to Sky 72 Golf & Resort in Incheon, close to the area's main international airport, where 2,700 lights have been installed to illuminate 36 of the facility's 72 holes. 例如,很多來自首爾的人,會長途跋涉到靠近當地主要國際機場的仁川Sky 72高球渡假村,該處設有2700盞探照燈,能照亮72個洞當中的36個。 The concept of golfing under lights exists outside South Korea, of course. 當然,在燈光下打高球的想法在南韓以外也存在。 A writer for the website GolfPass last year counted 65 courses in the United States that featured at least some amount of nighttime lighting — although all but one of them were short courses. And courses in the United States that offer late tee times still close far earlier than those in South Korea, which often remain open as late as 1 a.m. 去年,一位幫GolfPass寫文的作家統計,在美國,擁有一定數量夜間照明設備的球場至少65座,儘管除了一座以外都是球洞較少的球場。而且美國晚間打球的高球場,打烊時間仍比南韓球場早得多,後者通常營業到凌晨1點。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5574918

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 703: Open Championship notebook

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 22:04 Very Popular


First, Hank Haney runs through his notebook of thoughts from the Open Championship which includes analysis of Rory McIlroy's final round, Cameron Smith's putting statistics and a common theme from major championships this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Friends With Money
Is it time to refinance?

Friends With Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 14:07


Interest rates are getting higher and higher, so is now the time to think about switching your home loan? That's the major question Money's Tom Watson and Mozo spokesperson Claire Frawley talk through on this week's episode of Friends With Money. They also discuss: How far rates have risen and whether they'll go higher What an average mortgage rate looks like at present Other features worth looking out for when refinancing The borrowers who might be unable to refinance #friendswithmoney #refinancing #homeloans #tomwatson #clairefrawley Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mV0Cbr Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3qGfsoL Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fSPI2h Website: https://moneymag.com.au Email: podcast@moneymag.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 699: Tiger's chances at St. Andrews; Recalling Tiger's win in 2005

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 21:39 Very Popular


First, Hank Haney explains why there could be some magic left for Tiger Woods at the Home of Golf and then he reminisces on Tiger Woods' major championship victory at St. Andrews in 2005. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Karl Morris - The Brainbooster
What can a club fitting REALLY do for your game? – Nick Hibbs – Tour X #222

Karl Morris - The Brainbooster

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 33:15


The Myths and Misconceptions around what club fitting can ACTUALLY do for you and your golf. We go in a slightly different direction on today's Brain Booster but still with the underlying idea of looking at all avenues to improve your game. We are joined on the show by Nick Hibbs from Tour X who is one of the best club fitting experts in the UK. I have known Nick for many years and he is one of the game's good people with a genuine care for his clients and students. He has a warmth of personality that is infectious. Nick has worked with some of the top players in the history of the game such as Vijay Singh, Tom Watson, Bernhard Langer and Nick Faldo Players who were renowned for their depth of knowledge with their own clubs. He served his apprenticeship over many years on the European Tour and his technical know how of all aspects of club fitting is literally second to none. So what benefit can club fitting have as a Brain Booster I have often felt from a mental game perspective if you KNOW your clubs are 100% right for you then it is a great assist in calming the mind. In the show we look into Tiger Woods opinion on the value of a club fitting and how he sees it worth at least a QUARTER of a shot each round. How NOT to fall into the trap of adjusting your game to your clubs. Your clubs should fit YOU and YOUR game. As we have said so many times can you find out EXACTLY what will make you tick as a unique individual What a club fitting can and can't do for you Why a club fit is not just for better players How much does the shaft play a part in the performance of your shots? What is the latest technology with club heads? What is the actual process of a club fit? How will you actually benefit? How to hit the ball out of the middle of the club more often Wedge fitting or Driver fitting which should you go for? What are some of the myths and misconceptions with club fitting? A really thought provoking session that differs from many previous guests but nevertheless a really valuable contribution to your quest to improve. To find out more about Nick and Tour X Golf go to www.tourxgolf.co.uk   For all aspects of the Mind Factor go to www.themindfactor.com    

Fore Play
Live From Scotland featuring Trottie

Fore Play

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 97:11 Very Popular


Scotland trip begins. We made it, but not without issue. TaylorMade legend Chris “Trottie” joins the show to discuss fitting Tiger, the fine details between new iterations of equipment, Scottish links golf nuances, working alongside Rory, Tom Watson, Brooks, and many more. The airlines may catch some flak.

The Open Podcasts
The 150th Show - St Andrews Back Nine

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 60:09 Very Popular


Listen in to an in-depth rundown of the back nine at the Old Course on The 150th Show, our preview series ahead of this July's landmark Championship. Hosted by Marcus Buckland, The 150th Show will give a run down of the historic Old Course at St Andrews, as well as a full preview of the Championship in the days leading up to The Open.In this episode, Marcus is again joined by Rob Lee and Matt Adams, this time tackling the back nine of the famous old links, including some fitting iconic moments from Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth.Subscribe now for free to never miss an episode ahead of The 150th Open.

The ITAM Review Podcast
Episode 114: Business Benefits Of Hardware Tracking In Hybrid Workplaces

The ITAM Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 52:47


In this episode AJ Witt from the ITAM Review and Tom Watson from AMI discuss the business benefits of hardware tracking in hybrid workplaces

The Declutter Hub Podcast
196 My weight loss and ADHD journey with Tom Watson

The Declutter Hub Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 47:25 Very Popular


Our guest today has a truly inspirational, transformational weight loss story. About 5 years ago Tom Watson lost eight stone (that's 112 pounds or 51 kg) and reversed his Type 2 diabetes by committing to a whole new way of life and we are very excited that decluttering played a part in his journey. Tom is a Declutter Hub Podcast super fan and this is one you're not going to want to miss. Tom served as MP for West Bromwich East from 2001 until 2019 and was Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 2015 to 2019. He was a minister for Prime Minister Tony Blair and worked at the very heart of 10 Downing Street with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. During his time in the Houses of Parliament, Tom built a reputation as a passionate campaigner. He challenged corrupt tabloid newspapers during the phone-hacking scandal and campaigned for reforms to the betting Industry. After changing his diet and getting fit, Tom has the global sugar industry in his sights and is committed to raising awareness about the dangers of excess and hidden sugars and improving public understanding of conditions like type 2 diabetes. For more show notes go to our Podcast Page.  If you haven't already, make sure you check out our website The Declutter Hub. We are delighted you're here and can't wait to share all our top tips about decluttering and organising with you. Please feel free to join our Facebook group The Declutter Hub Community and you can find out more about The Declutter Hub membership here.

POLITICO's Westminster Insider
Labour's Tom Watson on political plots, weight loss and living with ADHD

POLITICO's Westminster Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 40:50


Co-host Ailbhe Rea sits down with the Labour Party's charismatic former deputy leader Tom Watson to discuss his life in politics and much beyond.Watson recalls his central role at the heart of the Blair/Brown battles of the 2000s, and the showdown with Rupert Murdoch which saw him propelled into the limelight — and trailed by private investigators — in the 2010s. He opens up about his chaotic years as Jeremy Corbyn's deputy, on his life beyond politics as chairman of UK Music — he spent last weekend at Glastonbury festival — and the dramatic change in lifestyle which has seen him shed eight stone in weight. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

5 Live Sport: All About The Open
The Legends of The Open

5 Live Sport: All About The Open

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 51:27


Katherine Downes and BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter celebrate some of the greatest players in the history of The Open championship. Five-time Open champion Tom Watson shares his memories of his victories with Iain and gives us an insight into how he handled missing out on the Claret Jug in 2009 at Turnberry. Three-time winner Gary Player also joins the pod to talk about what The Open Championship means to him. From Arnold Palmer to Jack Nicklaus, the former European Tour player Andrew Murray and US journalist Alex Miceli share their stories of meeting legendary players and pick their greatest Open champion. TOPICS: 1'20” – What makes an “Open legend?” 7'40” – Why Tom Watson is an Open legend 10'17” – Interview with Tom Watson 18'55” – Andrew and Alex share their stories of playing with Tom Watson 25'16” – Why Jack Nicklaus is an Open legend 33'45” – The legendary status of Tiger Woods, Seve Ballesteros, Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer. 41'26” – Why Gary Player is an Open legend 48'16” – Who is the panel's ultimate Open legend?

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

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:59 Very Popular


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

PRmoment Podcast
The history of public relations with Tom Watson, professor emeritus at Bournemouth University

PRmoment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 28:47


On the PRmoment Podcast this week with me Ben Smith we're talking to PR academic Tom Watson about the History of PR - when, where and how did the business of public relations begin.Tom is a professor emeritus at Bournemouth University, he taught on Bournemouth's PR degree for a number of years. Previously he spent much of his career running his own PR firm and he was the founder of the annual History of PR Conference - the 2022 version of which takes place in Bournemouth on July 6th and 7th.Before we start just a nudge to remind you all about the final deadline for The Creative Moment Awards on Friday 1st July 2022.And don't forget you can become a PRmoment Podcast Patreon - just follow the link on the page where you listen to this podcast. From just £5 a month we have three different Patron Tiers - The Daney Parker Tier, The Chadlington Tier and Edward Bernays Tier.Here's a summary of what Tom and I discussed:1.30 mins How PR goes as far back as Julius Caeser and The Babylons! From the beginning of time Kings and Queens have tried to promote themselves!3.30 mins Historically is the rise of public relations linked to the rise of journalism?6 mins When did professional PR as we recognise it today start to appear?8 mins How there were 3 different, separate beginnings to professional public relations - in the US, in Germany and in the UK in the 19th Century.“Evangelical Churches, railways and circuses all played an important part in the development of publicity methods in North America.”11 mins How public relations has tended to start with government promotion, then move onto corporate PR and then consumer brand PR would follow.12 mins Tom talks about earlier corporate PR - “the journalist in residence model”12.30 mins Why agencies have tended to be the final stage of PR's evolution. The first PR agency in the UK was called “Editorial Services” which was set up by Sir Basil Clarke in 1924. The Guardian refers to Clarke as “the man who invented PR” in this archived article.“The first public relations officer was appointed by Southern Railways in 1925”15 mins When did public relations become a broader discipline beyond just publicity?“It was (Arthur) Page who was the first to look at public relations in a far bigger context, affecting the whole organisation and not just a communication/publicity activity.”17 minsTom talks us through his most important personalities in the evolution of PR“Bernays is massively overrated in importance”“Ivy Lee made some mistakes but he was important as he was seen as the epitomisation of this new promotional profession.”20 mins Why does Germany remain the centre of PR research excellence?22 mins Tom summarises the timeline of PR academia24 mins Tom talks about the internationalisation of PR and the rise and dominance of the large US PR firms - as American companies went around the world, US PR firms followed them25.30 mins The rise of women in PR: how we're barely starting to research why the gender change in public relations took place from the 1980s

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

The Open Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 42:05 Very Popular


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

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 20

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:21


Rail unions' warning: Six months of strikes threatened in war of 'attrition' | Your guide to this week: Network Rail map reveals only routes running | Live blog: Not right for government to intervene in strikes, says minister | Mapped: Police fail to solve a single burglary in nearly half of the country | Tom Watson interview: Seven tips for keeping the weight off for good | US Open: Matt Fitzpatrick holds his nerve to see off American challenge | Travel: France or Britain - which is better for summer holidays? | Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cancel anytime. Sign up here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The ADHD Adults Podcast
Episode 33: Special Guest Episode - Tom Watson

The ADHD Adults Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 53:07


Episode 33 of The ADHD Adults sees Tom Watson, former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party,  join Alex and James to talk publicly for the first time about his recent ADHD diagnosis. In a frank and light-hearted conversation, Tom shares his diagnosis to increase awareness of the toll that untreated ADHD can cost the individual and society. From a lifetime of messy lockers and lost textbooks to being told off by the General Secretary of the Labour Party for an untidy desk, Tom shares the emotional journey required to reframe a life-time of feeling like “The World's Hardest Working Lazy Person” with a reason for many of his self-doubts and self-criticisms. Taking inspiration from many sources in the media, such as the Adrian Chiles Guardian article on his own ADHD life as well as getting information and support from the ADHD Adults themselves.Tom talks about the reasons for seeking a diagnosis, the response from his loved ones and the power of getting to grips with discovering he has a neurodevelopmental disorder later in life.We also manage a game of "What has james lost, forgotten or mislaid" where Tom and Alex go head to head.

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

The Open Podcasts

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


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

Pro Politics with Zac McCrary
Media Consultant Neil Oxman on the History of Political Admaking & His Own Career

Pro Politics with Zac McCrary

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 55:43


Veteran Democratic media consultant Neil Oxman is one of the most interesting people working in politics. In addition to his years helping elect Democrats at all levels, he caddies on the PGA tour for golfing legends including Tom Watson. In this discussion, Neil talks the history of political ad-making from the 1950s to today and goes deep inside several of his own high-profile races including PA Governor Ed Rendell, Philadelphia's first Black mayor Wilson Goode, Al Gore's 1988 presidential campaign, and more throughout his career that show the ways TV can help win (and lose) political campaigns. Neil's full presentation on the history of campaign ads was recorded by C-Span in 2016 and can be found here. IN THIS EPISODE…Neil's Philly roots and unusual law school experience at Villanova…Neil gets his foot in the door in politics in the summer of 1976…What leads to Neil opening his own media firm in 1980…Neil talks the roots of television advertising in political campaigns…The 1969 television ad that Neil believes kicked off the rise of political ads in non-presidential campaigns…Neil compares ads from the 70s/80s to political ads of today…The races on which Neil starts to come into his own as a media consultant…Neil helps Wilson Goode beat Frank Rizzo to become Philadelphia's first Black mayor…Neil's role on the Kentucky Senate race in 1984 and the strategic mistake that led to Mitch McConnell's first win…Neil's role as ad-maker on the Al Gore 1988 presidential campaign…Neil's connection to then-mayor of Cincinnati Jerry Springer…Neil helps Ed Rendell become Philly Mayor and Governor of Pennsylvania…The last ad that Neil thinks actually mattered in a presidential race…Neil talks his habit of watching 100s of movies a year…Neil talks moonlighting as a caddy on the PGA tour for greats like Tom Watson…Who's the best golfer in politics?Neil's advice for those who want to get into political media…Neil's recommendation for the best political movies…AND 215 media markets, Roger Ailes, Altoona, Doug Bailey, Birch Bayh, Abe Beame, Homero Blancas, Ed Brooke, Pat Caddell, Frank Capra, Hugh Carey, Bob Casey Jr, Bob Casey Sr, Frank Church, Citizens United, cocktail parties, the Columbus Dispatch, Bob Colville, the Daisy ad, John Dierdorf, David Doak, Mike Dukakis, Dwight Eisenhower, Mike Ford, David Garth, gerontocracy, gigantic piles of polls, Wilson Goode, Bob Goodman, Bill Green, Michael Harrington, Anita Hill, Richard Holbrooke, Dee Huddleston, HUT levels, Andi Johnson, Lyndon Johnson, Julian Kanter, Robert Kennedy, Ed Koch, John Lindsay, the Louisville Courier Journal, Willie Maples, McDonalds, George McGovern, Jack McGregor, Mark Moskowitz, Ralph Nader, Jack Nicklaus, Dan Quayle, process questions, Mark Putnam, Robert Redford, regional agoraphobia, Rosser Reeves, Jim Rhodes, Frank Rizzo, Nelson Rockefeller, Buddy Roemer, Nolan Ryan, Rick Santorum, Mike Schmidt, Allyson Schwartz, Joe Sestak, Bob Shrum, Mark Singel, Arlen Specter, Bob Squier, Clarence Thomas, Danny Thomas, Lee Trevino, troglodytes, Harry Truman, Paul Tsongas, Paul Tully, WASPy establishments, Doug Wilder, Tiger Woods, Tom Wolf, Lynn Yeakel & more!

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
05-27-22 Segment 2 Iggy vs. Tom Watson

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 40:03


We have no drops due to being sans Plowsy. Tom Watson. Iggy claims if you're divorced a lot, you are hard to live with. Iggy had a couple run ins with Tom Watson. Iggy is down on the Smiling' Red Head. Ball sweat.

Scoops with Danny Mac
Tom Watson – May 8, 2022 – Golf With Jay Delsing

Scoops with Danny Mac

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 60:00


Karraker & Smallmon
PGA Golfer Jay Delsing

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 10:54


Jay Delsing joins the show to talk about the recent comment from Sergio Garcia about the tour, the best local courses to iron out your games, the best game to fix your irons, the tricky part with approach shots and all your other golf questions and previews this weekend's episode with Tom Watson.

The Caddie Network Podcast
Under The Strap: A chat with Neil Oxman and Herb Stevens

The Caddie Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:24


In this week's 'Under the Strap' podcast, The Caddie Network's host John Rathouz was joined by caddies Neil Oxman and Herb Stevens, two old-school loopers who got their start as college kids back in the 1970s. Both Neil and Herb went on to successful careers outside of golf, but still enjoy sharing stories about their times on the PGA Tour with the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and more.

SportsBeat KC
SportsBeat KC: Chiefs grades didn't need a curve & why Watson, Brett continue ALS cause

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:07


That wasn't a draft but a full gust of wind that blew over the Chiefs last weekend. At least that's the take from beat writer Herbie Teope and several NFL writers who covered the NFL Draft. By nearly all accounts the draft couldn't have gone much better for the Chiefs. On today's SportsBeat KC podcast, Teope discusses what general manager Brett Veach and the Chiefs staff accomplished and when the 10 drafted players figure to make an impact. After a break, we switch gears and talk about a special annual event that took place on Monday. The Joe McGuff ALS Golf Classic took place on Monday at LionsGate in Overland Park. The event raises money for the disease that took the life of the former Kansas City Star editor and sports columnist. Kansas City sports icons Tom Watson and George Brett are on hand every year to participate and help raise awareness. After Star columnist Vahe Gregorian speaks about the fundraiser, Watson and Brett talk about their motivation to continue the battle fighting ALS. Story link: Did KC Chiefs really nail the NFL Draft? We've assigned letter-grades for all 10 picks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Women of Substance Music Podcast
#1360 Music by Olivea Watson, Joy Adams (writers Joy Adams and Gary R. Farmer), Lisa Costa, Ann Dopira, Marisa MI (writer Tom Watson), Heather Fay, Beautiful Emergence Records, Aaron Ableman, Doreen Pinkerton, Laurene Hope Glory, Louis Siegel

Women of Substance Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 51:13


To get live links to the music we play and resources we offer, visit This show includes the following songs: Olivea Watson - Let Go  Joy Adams (writers Joy Adams and Gary R. Farmer) - Just One Little Thing  Lisa Costa - Misty Figures  Ann Dopira, Marisa Ml (writer Tom Watson) - Uneasy (Acoustic Version)  Heather Fay - Believe  Beautiful Emergence Records - Trust   Aaron Ableman - Love Warrior feat Hawane Rios  Doreen Pinkerton - I Will Stand By You (Version 2, Flute)  Laurene Hope Glory - I Wish You Peace  Louis Siegel - There Must Be Love   For Music Biz Resources Visit and Visit our Sponsor Tom Watson at Visit our Sponsor Hypeddit at Visit our Sponsor Rock Your Next Release at Visit our Sponsor Bandzoogle at:

Women of Substance Music Podcast
#1360 Music by Olivea Watson, Joy Adams (writer Gary R Farmer), Lisa Costa, Ann Dopira, Marisa MI (writer Tom Watson), Heather Fay, Beautiful Emergence Records, Aaron Ableman, Doreen Pinkerton, Laurene Hope Glory, Louis Siegel

Women of Substance Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 51:13


To get live links to the music we play and resources we offer, visit This show includes the following songs: Olivea Watson - Let Go  Joy Adams (writer Gary R Farmer) - Just One Little Thing  Lisa Costa - Misty Figures  Ann Dopira, Marisa Ml (writer Tom Watson) - Uneasy (Acoustic Version)  Heather Fay - Believe  Beautiful Emergence Records - Trust   Aaron Ableman - Love Warrior feat Hawane Rios  Doreen Pinkerton - I Will Stand By You (Version 2, Flute)  Laurene Hope Glory - I Wish You Peace  Louis Siegel - There Must Be Love   For Music Biz Resources Visit and Visit our Sponsor Tom Watson at Visit our Sponsor Hypeddit at Visit our Sponsor Rock Your Next Release at Visit our Sponsor Bandzoogle at:

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...
Thursday at the 2022 Masters

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 29:28


Thursday was electric at Augusta National Golf Club as Tiger Woods returned to competition. Host Marty Smith brings you the sounds of the first round and the players' analysis of their play, the course, and the conditions they'll face in pursuit of Sungjae Im. Plus, the Honorary Starters – Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Tom Watson – talk about what their participation in this Masters tradition means to them. Then, Marty catches up with Augusta native Charles Kelley of Lady A to hear about his experiences working at the Masters in high school.

SportsBeat KC
SportsBeat KC: KC's Harry Higgs takes on the tradition like no other

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 31:16


The Masters tees off on Thursday and on today's SportsBeat KC, you'll hear from a first-time participant who attended Blue Valley North High. Harry Higgs is quickly becoming a tour favorite. He's a big personality who qualified for golf's first major of the year by finishing fourth in last year's PGA. It looms as an eventful few days in Augusta. Tiger Woods says he's playing. Tom Watson is an honorary starter for the time, and Harry Higgs figures to have the time of his life. Free-lance golf journalists Garrett Johnston caught up with Higgs last week for his podcast Beyond the Clubhouse, and you'll hear part of that interview after a break. First, you'll hear from Johnston and host Blair Kerkhoff, discussing The Masters. Story links Beyond the Clubhouse podcast https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5yZWRjaXJjbGUuY29tLzE1MTBkMjE5LTFiOGYtNGE5My1iYmQxLTdhMWM2Y2ZiNmU0Nw/episode/OGNkOWZiZTItZWU0NS00NmRmLWJkYjYtMTEwMDJiY2I2MTcz?sa=X&ved=0CAUQkfYCahcKEwiIit_Xx__2AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ&hl=en  Sun's out guns out at Masters? Nah, KC's Harry Higgs plans to keep his shirt on at Augusta https://www.kansascity.com/sports/article260104855.html  PGATour.com: Here comes Harry Higgs, right up Magnolia Lane https://www.pgatour.com/long-form/2022/04/03/here-comes-harry-higgs-right-up-magnolia-lane-first-masters.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Talk Show With John Gruber
340: ‘Billionaires Have Beefs', With Tom Watson and Daniel Agee

The Talk Show With John Gruber

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 119:02


Special guests Tom Watson and Daniel Agee join the show to talk about Glass, their upstart photo sharing app and community.