Don't call it an "emergency pod": Andy and Garrett throw out their plans for the week and sit down to discuss the late-breaking news that the USGA and R&A will soon announce a future universal rollback of the golf ball . Andy and Garrett talk about the events that have led to this juncture and address a number of common concerns, misapprehensions, and points of debate around the issue.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down yet another eventful week in golf's "offseason," with Smylie's live from the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. SK & CH cover Tiger Woods' return to competitive golf after an injury at the 2023 Masters and predict his 2024 playing schedule, discuss the growing rumors that world #3 Jon Rahm will depart the PGA Tour for LIV, and react to the news that the USGA and R&A plan to roll the golf ball back for not only professionals, but all amateur players as well.
Whew, what a weekend from the golf content gods! Andy and Brendan come primed and ready for this Monday episode, beginning with the report in Golf Digest that the governing bodies are now considering a universal rollback of the golf ball as opposed to just a local rule for elite pros. They discuss the many player reactions to this news, from the hysterical quotes from some of the pros down at the Hero to Rory's return to tweeting and Tiger's reiterated takes. They discuss what the rollback might actually mean and where the USGA might have failed to control the release of this update over the weekend. Then they get to some of Tiger's play in the Bahamas as well as the Collin Morikawa two-shot penalty that Matt Fitzpatrick called out to an official, who ticked off Morikawa by showing up “five minutes late” to their meeting. The continued rumors of Jon Rahm going to LIV are also covered, with the potential for that becoming a reality as soon as Monday? Will he be a Cleek? The back half discusses an anonymous memo to PGA Tour membership and some truly insane Chris Stroud comments about the players not having a voice or being taken care of on Tour.
In this first installment of a three-part series on "FORE the Good of the Game," we delve into the remarkable life and career of World Golf Hall of Fame member Carol Semple Thompson. As a storied amateur golfer, Carol shares her unique and inspiring journey, offering listeners an intimate glimpse into her experiences and the evolution of women's golf.The episode begins with Carol reflecting on her decision not to turn professional, a choice that shaped her extraordinary career. She recounts the lure of professional play and her process of navigating this pivotal decision, providing valuable insights into the mindset of elite amateur athletes. Carol then takes us through an unexpected turn in her career involving hypnosis, revealing how this unconventional approach remarkably transformed her game. She vividly describes the process, from her initial skepticism to the profound impact it had on her performance, leading to significant victories like the 1973 U.S. Women's Amateur and the 1974 British Ladies Amateur. This segment not only highlights Carol's adaptability and openness to new methods but also underscores the importance of mental strength in golf.The episode also explores the changes in golf over the decades as Carol compares her experiences with today's young golfers, noting the evolution in training and support systems.As the episode draws to a close, Carol's achievements are put into perspective, highlighting her remarkable record in USGA competitions and comparing her journey with legends like Jack Nicklaus. This parting note sets the stage for further exploration of her legacy in the following episodes.Tune in to this enlightening episode as we tee off a journey through golf history with the legendary Carol Semple Thompson, "FORE the Good of the Game."Support the showFollow our show and/or leave a review/rating on: Our Website https://www.forethegoodofthegame.com/reviews/new/ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fore-the-good-of-the-game/id1562581853 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/0XSuVGjwQg6bm78COkIhZO?si=b4c9d47ea8b24b2d Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzM3Mjc1LnJzcw About "FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.” Thanks so much for listening!
In this captivating final installment of a three-part interview with Carol Semple Thompson, a revered figure in the world of amateur golf and a World Golf Hall of Fame inductee, we explore the remarkable journey and insights of one of the game's true legends. Hosted by Mike Gonzalez and Bruce Devlin, this episode offers an intimate look into Carol's extraordinary career, her unique perspectives on the sport, and her cherished memories.The conversation opens with her reflections on her experiences competing against iconic players like JoAnne Carner, Marlene Streit and Anne Quast Sander. She recounts memorable moments and her major championship experiences, including playing in The Dinah Shore multiple times and her impressive performance at the 1972 U.S. Women's Open at Winged Foot.Carol shares heartwarming stories about her interactions with golf greats like Susie Berning and the legendary Arnold Palmer. She also touches upon her longstanding relationship with the USGA, as we highlight her numerous achievements, including her 32 appearances in the Women's U.S. Open and the honor of receiving the 2003 USGA Bob Jones Award.In a poignant segment, Carol reflects on her induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame alongside Pete and Alice Dye, Sir Bob Charles, and others, providing fascinating behind-the-scenes details of the event. The discussion then shifts to her inclusion in the inaugural class of women members at the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, marking a historic moment in the sport.The episode concludes with Carol answering three thought-provoking questions, offering a glimpse into her wisdom and what she cherishes most about her life in golf. Her desire to be remembered as one of the great women amateurs in golf encapsulates the episode, leaving listeners with a deep appreciation for her contributions to the game.Join us in this inspiring and insightful finale with Carol Semple Thompson, a true ambassador of the game, on "FORE the Good of the Game."Support the showFollow our show and/or leave a review/rating on: Our Website https://www.forethegoodofthegame.com/reviews/new/ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fore-the-good-of-the-game/id1562581853 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/0XSuVGjwQg6bm78COkIhZO?si=b4c9d47ea8b24b2d Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzM3Mjc1LnJzcw About "FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.” Thanks so much for listening!
On this week's episode of Fully Equipped, GOLF's Jonathan Wall and Ryan Barath fire off some hot takes regarding if Tiger Woods is mad at Nike over Jordan's foray into golf, indicators of an impending golf ball rollback and what pro motivated TaylorMade to add the Qi10 to the USGA conforming list.
We talk with Kevin Hammer about growing up in South Florida and being immersed in the game at a young age, his success as a junior golfer (being a first-team AJGA All American in 1989) and playing at the University of Florida, and his continued participation in various state and national amateur tournaments as he pursued his business career at Merrill Lynch. Over the past 15 years Kevin has given back to the game with his service first at the Florida State Golf Association, culminating in his FSGA Presidency in 2021-2022, and now as a member of the USGA Executive Committee where he has served as Chair of the Championship Committee in 2023. We discuss his accomplishments at the FSGA and USGA, and the challenges and opportunities facing the USGA and the game in the coming decades.
Andy and Brendan are back from the Thanksgiving holiday weekend a little worse for the wear, but they jump right back into the annual favorite Year in Review series. After a few comments about current events, they dive back into the Swamp Swing starting at Bay Hill, where the details of the designated events structure came out and the mules revolted. This part also covers The Players, with some intriguing comments from Commissioner Jay and others debating the future of the tour structure. Also included is Valspar week, which occurred during the rollout of the USGA's MLR rollback proposal and all the reaction that followed. They close with the swan song for the WGC Match Play. This is the usual SGS approach to the year in review, focusing more on the amusing, inane, and extraordinary and it will continue to roll out over the next several weeks in multiple parts to be enjoyed at your convenience during the holiday season.
Join us in this engaging first episode of a two-part series where we delve into the inspiring journey of Nanci Bowen, a professional golfer who has carved a remarkable path in the world of golf. Nanci, known for her tenacity and skill on the course, shares her experiences from the early days of her career, her challenges, and the pivotal moments that shaped her into becoming a major champion.Our episode begins with a dive into Nanci's roots and the influence of her family in her early golfing life. Nanci reflects on her impressive streak at the Georgia Girls State Junior and recounts her formidable encounter with Kay Cockerill at the 1987 U.S. Amateur, highlighting the competitive spirit that defined her early career.We then explore Nanci's transition from junior golf to the more challenging terrain of USGA championships. Her vivid recollections of her first U.S. Open experience at just 18 years old offer a unique glimpse into the pressures and excitements of high-level golf. Nanci shares how this intimidating but enriching experience shaped her approach to golf and life.As Nanci walks us through her collegiate years and the transition into professional golf, she opens up about the realities of life on tour. From the struggles of playing on the mini tour to her determined comeback on the Asian tour, Nanci's story is a testament to resilience and growth in the face of adversity.Nanci also delves into the mental aspect of the game, discussing the role of sports psychology in her development and the importance of mental toughness, particularly in tournaments like the U.S. Open.Stay tuned for Part 2, where we continue to explore Nanci's incredible career and her most triumphant moments, "FORE the Good of the Game."Support the showFollow our show and/or leave a review/rating on: Our Website https://www.forethegoodofthegame.com/reviews/new/ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fore-the-good-of-the-game/id1562581853 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/0XSuVGjwQg6bm78COkIhZO?si=b4c9d47ea8b24b2d Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzM3Mjc1LnJzcw About "FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.” Thanks so much for listening!
We get into those questions and much more with my guests: Hall of Fame Instructor Jim McLean, former Tour Player and all-time great Analyst Frank Nobilo, the Starter at 23 US Opens Ron Read, and PGA Tour Advance Rules Official Stephen Cox. Jim McLean has been inducted into 4 Hall of Fames. His list of awards and accolades as an Instructor are too numerous to list. I get Jim's thoughts on how we can build confidence in ourselves and our game's, how to raise our play to tournament level, and the one thing we can do today to lower our scores this weekend. Frank Nobilo won 14 times around the world, he finished in the Top 10 of all 4 majors, and is now an all-time great Analyst. We discuss why PGA Tour players are overpaid, what could happen if the PIF/PGA Tour partnership doesn't go through plus, we go back to his T4 finish in the 1994 US Open at Oakmont, and what it was like being on the course at Augusta National as Greg Norman was collapsing in 1996. Ron Reed worked for the USGA for over two decades and was the Starter at the US Open from 1986 to 2010. We hear his memories of announcing Arnold Palmer in Arnie's final US Open at Oakmont in 1994, who Ron thought was the most nervous player he ever saw standing on the first tee (his answer will surprise you), being there for Payne Stewart's triumph in 1999 and Phil's heartbreak in 2006. You'll also hear the heartwarming story of presenting Tom Watson's caddie Bruce Edwards with the flag from the 17th green from the 1982 US Open. We also get the story of the beaver who halted the 1990 US Amateur Public Links tournament. Follow Ron on Twitter @golfdinosaurrr and get his book, Starting the US Open, Shinnecock to Pebble Beach online at www.ronread.com or on Amazon. Stephen Cox has been a PGA Tour Rules Official since 1997. We hear about some of the unpopular rulings he's had to give out over the years and the players who didn't agree with him. We learn about the job the Rules Officials do which goes way beyond riding around in a golf cart handing out penalties. They are responsible for course setup and playing conditions and sometimes they are working on those things a year in advance of the tournament. We also discuss the rule he thinks the USGA & R&A need to take another look at. You can follow Stephen and his peers plus send them your rules questions on Twitter @pgatourrules.
Holly G's guests this week are Chip and Tim Wright, Owners and Inventors of Caliber Golf. Golf and hockey. Hockey and golf. Find out how Caliber Golf's innovative, USGA-approved, hockey-style putting grip can improve your putting stroke.
In the latest instalment of "The Tour Experience," Ian and Mikey react to some of their favourite PGA Tour stories, discuss new drivers on the USGA confirming list, are excited for fresh new content on the channel, give updates on Mike's speed journey, and answer Instagram fan questions.
J.P. Nerbun (@jopnerbun) is a bestselling author, leadership coach, and founder of TOC Culture Consulting, a leading global sports-consulting and leadership coaching business. His mission is to support leaders and their teams to achieve their full potential through 1:1 coaching, consulting, and community. Nerbun's impressive scope spans across sports, education, healthcare, and business, with a proven track record of guiding leaders at esteemed institutions such as Stanford University, Harvard University, University of Texas, the USGA, PWC, and Chick-Fil-A. In 2019, he published his first book, Calling Up: Discovering Your Journey to Transformational Leadership, which has received critical acclaim. In 2022, he published The Culture System: A Proven Process for Creating an Extraordinary Team Culture, a groundbreaking book offering a framework for developing team culture. In 2023, he launched The Culture System Online Training Platform, which has been praised for being one of the most applicable online coach educations available. His podcast, Coaching Culture, is one of the top sports leadership podcasts globally. His brand new book which we discuss today is called The Sports Parent Solution: Transforming Parents from Obstacles to Allies. It is a unique book as it is a guide for coaches to engage with parents, and a great toolkit for helping them become a part of your team culture. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: tocculture.com PUT IN YOUR BULK BOOK ORDERS SOON TO GET THEM BY THE HOLIDAYS!: Programs such as UNC soccer and lacrosse, Syracuse lacrosse, Stanford Lacrosse, Middlebury College, Colby College, Rutgers University, and many other champions are using THE CHAMPION TEAMMATE book with their athletes. Schools and clubs are using EVERY MOMENT MATTERS for staff development and book clubs. Are you? We have been fulfilling numerous bulk orders for some of the top high school and collegiate sports programs in the country, will your team be next? Please click here and grab yourself a copy of The Champion Teammate today. Please email John@ChangingTheGameProject.com if you want discounted pricing on 10 or more books on any of our books. Thanks everyone. This week's podcast is brought to you by our friends at Sprocket Sports. Sprocket Sports is a new software platform for youth sports clubs. There are a lot of these systems out there, but Sprocket provides the full enchilada. They give you all the cool front-end stuff to make your club look good– like websites and marketing tools – AND all the back-end transactions and services to run your business better so you can focus on what really matters – your players and your teams. Sprocket is built for those clubs looking to thrive, not just survive, in the competitive world of youth sports clubs. So if you've been looking for a true business partner – not just another app – check them out today at https://sprocketsports.me/CTG. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences.
Zack Sugarman, deep dive into his 17 years with the Wasserman Group to his current role as Chief Strategy Officer at Demand Sports – an AI powered top-of-funnel lead generation tool for the sports industry. If you are in sales you need to listen to this. Key Highlights From college to first role at Sportnet (Wasserman Media Group), doing business development – finance of action sports films in 2005 (skateboard.com, etc) Deep dive into Wasserman group - from 70 people when he joined to 1,700 by the time he left recently (15 offices around the world) Global Sports Marketing & Entertainment company Helping client spend their marketing dollars wisely, negotiate, execute Maximizing revenue for teams/leagues (properties) Talent manage side – Jerry Maguire style (NFL to action sports) Growth by acquisition – music talent, celebrity influencers, creating IP & content (UK based CSM, etc) Acquisition of Brillstein – coming full circle (family history, Lew Wasserman) Casey Wasserman – a bit about the man himself – Chairman of LA 2028 Olympics – his leadership style His roles over the 17 years (2005-2022) Start of digital and social media era and developing a digital division to help monetize content Early days of live streaming – World Surf League – live webcast Properties – teams, leagues, federations, conferences, Esports teams, Develop products to offer these property owners – pre-sale and post-sale services NBA Jersey Patch, later NHL, MLB – one of the big projects – discussing deal sizes Demand Sports – his role as Chief Strategy Officer How it works, background, Helping property rights holders – top-of-funnel lead generation, using AI to verify contacts, personalized emails Coordinate follow up and meeting times for the Property owner (all the upfront work to create warm leads) Demand Inc – tech companies, B2B business – Lasso tool tweaked to use for sports Bounce test to check emails are correct – in real time, etc Using AI to personalize emails, search web to create subject lines and hocks for a personalized touch to email Tool operates globally – language specific outreach examples 40 clients around in the US and around the world Fee structure and flexible model for Property owners Contact: email@example.com - www.demandsports.co US market – huge events coming the next few years from FIFA World Cup 2026 to Olympics 2028 and more… opportunities for brands and property owners Final message on Artificial Intelligence (AI) – be curious About Zack has a proven sports executive with over ~20 years of experience in commercial strategy and revenue creation – focusing on business development, partnership creation, digital strategy, new tech integration, valuation, packaging, and execution of award winning campaigns and initiatives. Sugarman's skills include business development (identifying, negotiating, securing new clients), strategy and analytics (fan insights, commercial valuation and packaging, opportunity targeting, partnership creation, and measurement), and relationships (understand the value of connections and have enjoyed consistent networking and having multiple long-term and repeat clients). Zack likes to connect the dots between partners and bring new perspectives together in an effort to generate new value, drive innovation and facilitate new connections across the sports and entertainment business. Before joining Demand Sports, Sugarman spent 16 years in agency leadership positions at Wasserman, most notably leading the Global Properties division worldwide to help venues/teams/leagues maximize commercial revenue. At Wasserman, Sugarman helped drive millions of dollars in commercial revenue for clients including NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS, FIFA, USGA, UFC, NASCAR, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers, LAFC, New York Islanders, Vegas Golden Knights, CrossFit, Drone Racing League and Salesforce. Sugarman was also instrumental in helping AEG land the largest Naming Rights deal in history with the announcement of the Crypto.com Arena in November 2021. Zack is a true tech geek who makes it a point to stay on the cutting edge of emerging technologies and digital strategies; he also firmly believes that “Fútbol is life.” Follow us on our social sites for the latest updates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsentrepreneurs/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marcusluerpodcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sports-entrepreneurs Website: https://marcusluer.com Podcast: https://marcusluer.com/podcast To get in touch, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Feel Good by MusicbyAden https://soundcloud.com/musicbyaden Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/_feel-good Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/bvgIqqRStcQ
We're opening up registration for our last two golf events of 2024 on Monday, November 20th! At the Creek Cup running from June 28 to July 1st, we'll be playing on the picturesque Whistling Straits & Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconsin. As a retreat-style experience, we're putting together two teams with ten players each. We'll be staying at the 5-Star American Club Resort and giving away high-value swag bags, not to mention enjoying all-inclusive offerings like meals and ground transportation! We're also introducing a brand-new event from October 13 to 15: the California Crush Invitational at Silverado Resort in Napa, California. Similar to the schedule and layout of the Dallas Shootout, this women's partner tournament can be applied for as an individual or as a team. As a stay-and-play package, your registration fee includes lodging at Silverado Resort for single or double-occupancy. INTERVIEW I'm sitting down with Shelly Stouffer to talk about her journey to becoming the 2022 USGA Senior Amateur Champion. Listen in as Shelly talks about her decision to transition back to amateur golf after going pro, her recent win in Alaska (where she played against previous guest Sue Wooster), and the hard-earned lessons she learned on the way. She shares what was on her mind when she walked into Troon Country Club as the defending champion. We dive into the nitty-gritty of championship matches, Shelly's approach to practice rounds, and how she navigates the aftermath of a losing game. We also touch on the excitement and camaraderie in the senior amateur community and the importance of fostering those connections between players. She then talks about her plans for the offseason. Finally, Shelly offers her advice to players who find tournaments intimidating and why it's worth taking the plunge, the importance of working on your short game, and overcoming nerves. AFTERSHOW Kim Eaton and I give our thoughts on my recent conversation with Shelly Stouffer, 2022 USGA Senior Amateur Champion. We discuss… ● How her own life story mirror's Shelly's ● The difference between the pro and elite amateur levels ● Shelly's early experience at the Alabama Championship ● The match between Sue Wooster and Shelly in Alaska ● Being the defending champion at Troon Connect with Shelly: Shelly Stouffer: Instagram Aftershow: Kim Eaton: Instagram For more information on our 2024 retreats and tournaments, please visit: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
Ever wondered why more golfers are trading their three wood for a five wood? Tune in to our lively discussion where we dissect the differences between the two, and explain why the five wood, with its less demanding club head speed and ball speed requirements, is becoming the new favorite. This switch could be especially beneficial for older golfers, who may find the loft and ease of a five wood more forgiving than a three wood. And if you have an old Callaway's heaven wood gathering dust in your garage, it might be time to give it another shot.Thinking about equipment changes to compensate for a lack of speed? Hold your horses... or should we say, hold your clubs! Before you go splashing cash on new gear, it's essential to understand your physical capability and limitations. We'll share some telling anecdotes about golf buddies, and nasty golf swings and revisit the advantages of switching from a three wood to a five wood. But we're not just about the laughter; we're also about the controversy. The USGA's consideration of golf ball distance limits has sparked a heated debate. Is it fair to take away the fun from the sport? We'll let you decide.Is a lack of swing speed impacting your golf game? We've got you covered. From exercises and training tools to timing your swing and understanding the importance of "body brakes", we'll share practical insights to help you increase your swing speed. And if you're looking to improve your golf distance, we'll explore the importance of getting fitted for clubs, working with a golf teacher, and finding the perfect ball for your game. Join us for an episode that promises to deliver tips, stories, controversy, and, most importantly, a fresh perspective on golf.
Hank Haney explains how you can get on the road to better golf! He shares why you don't want to just fade or draw the golf ball but you want balance, just like every other sport.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In the finale of our four-part series with golf icon Jane Blalock, "FORE the Good of the Game" delivers an episode teeming with wisdom, resilience, and trailblazing spirit. As one of the most formidable figures in women's golf, Jane brings to life the culmination of her groundbreaking journey, painting an intimate portrait of her professional and personal milestones.In this episode, Jane digs deep into the indelible moments that have defined her legacy, from her unprecedented 27 LPGA Tour victories to the controversies and triumphs that shaped her illustrious career. Amid stories of grace under pressure and challenging the status quo, Jane also opens up about the essence of leadership and how her business, JB Sports, is playing a pivotal role in the present and future of golf.But the conversation doesn't stop at the fairways and greens. Jane reflects on her role as a pioneering woman in a sport often dominated by men, sharing insights that are pertinent not just for the golfing community but for anyone who seeks to break barriers and lead with authenticity. She also discusses her charitable endeavors, emphasizing the transformative power of sport in enriching lives and fostering community.Our host, Mike Gonzalez, and co-host, Bruce Devlin, navigate this riveting dialogue with Jane, unearthing nuggets of wisdom that make this episode a must-listen for golf enthusiasts and aspiring leaders alike. As part of a series that has already dived into Jane's early years, competitive ethos, and challenges, this final installment is the perfect capstone, embodying the core tenets of our podcast—preserving the richness of golf history, told by the people who made it.Don't miss out on this remarkable conclusion to our time with Jane Blalock, an episode destined to be a staple in our archive that even the USGA is keen to preserve for generations to come. Hit that 'Follow' button to ensure you never miss the rich tapestry of stories we're here to share, "FORE the Good of the Game!"Support the showFollow our show and/or leave a review/rating on: Our Website https://www.forethegoodofthegame.com/reviews/new/ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fore-the-good-of-the-game/id1562581853 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/0XSuVGjwQg6bm78COkIhZO?si=b4c9d47ea8b24b2d Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzM3Mjc1LnJzcw About "FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.” Thanks so much for listening!
Kim Eaton has 35 USGA championships under her belt, and counting! Listen in as we reflect on my recent conversation with Erin Groeneveld, the USGA's Director of Regional Affairs for the Northeast Sector, and discuss what makes these tournaments so special in the world of golf. We discuss… What makes USGA tournaments so special Financial and time considerations if you decide to participate in a tournament The new rule that prohibits caddies from using their yardage book after the ball hits the green Why volunteers are vital in the success of a USGA championship Why most USGA championships are held in Pennsylvania What sets the Mid-Am and Senior championships apart from the rest Connect with our Guest: Kim Eaton: Instagram For more information on our 2024 retreats and tournaments, please visit: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
My guest on this episode is Erick Morales from Puerto Rico. An accomplished mid-amateur that has competed in numerous USGA championships and Puerto Rico Opens on the PGA TOUR...now he turns his attention to creating a new mid-amateur championship in the Dominican Republic....the Devil's Elbow Invitational. Devil's Elbow Invitational - Official Website The Story Within - The 2022 U.S. Amateur Documentary - Available Now on YouTube! The Back of the Range Collection at Imperial SportsCOUPON CODE: BOTR15 for 15% your entire purchase!Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
Dawn returns to "The Coach Mo Golf Show" to take a deep dive into the Judgment Index and how players can utilize the assessment combined with her coaching to better understand and optimize the human within them. The better you understand the "why" of what you do and who you are, as well as those around you, you can create strategies to improve your preparation, your communication, and your decisions to help you improve both on and off the course.Dawn Woodard, Furman Women's Golf Alum, and expert Performance Consultant of, “Judgment Matters” utilizes the Judgment Index assessment to help some of the top ACC, SEC, small powerhouse colleges as well as several professional athletes, including the former #1 Junior in the world, Mina Harigae, better understand themselves, their tendencies, and how their thinking ultimately affects their behavior and performance on and off the golf course. Dawn works with athletes, parents, business professionals to maximize a player's decision-making and performance. Athletes and professionals are able to learn the WHY behind why they make the decision they do, gain perspective on how the athlete views themselves, and the what, who, why influences their decision making, and how they see the world. Once Dawn is able to identify how this help/hinders a player's performance, she can then create an affective and highly personalized performance strategy for the player, coach, and entire family to improve their performance.Dawn is a phenomenal athlete herself, a Furman Women's Golf Alum, 8x SC Women's Am Champion, & 3x Carolinas Player of the Year. Dawn has competed in 39 USGA events, including 18 consecutive USGA Mid Ams, 3x USGA Mid-Am Medalist, 3x USGA Mid-Am Quarterfinalist.email@example.com@dawnwoodard10 Contact Coach Mo@firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Golf Academy at St. Johns Located at St. Johns Golf & CC in St. Augustine/St. Johns, FL@thegolfacademy_st.johnswww.stjohnsgolf.com
It's about that time of year where I start to get messages like… “I'm coming to Phoenix/Scottsdale, where would you recommend I golf?” The first 12 minutes of this episode is exactly what I would say to you. If you are planning a trip to AZ, this show's intro is for you! Adam and I are sitting down with Erin Groeneveld, the USGA's Director of Regional Affairs for the Northeast Sector. Listen in as we get Erin's take on the recent U.S. Senior Women's Amateur that took place in Arizona. As a liaison to the men and women in charge of making the tournament a success, Erin sheds light on the integral roles of volunteers, rules officials, and club committees. She talks in particular about the level of commitment, as well as the logistics involved in ensuring a smooth championship run. Erin also unpacks the interesting new rules, including a new rule about using yardage books. We also talk about the intricacies of marking penalty areas and the insightful data collected by the USGA to compare course setups year to year, and how this data is used to improve upon existing course designs for the benefit of player experience. Finally, we unpack the ins-and-outs of hosting golf championships, the stringent process of venue selection, and what the USGA looks for in potential championship hosts. Erin discusses typical membership and budget considerations when it comes to orchestrating a successful tournament. About the USGA: The United States Golf Association is the United States national association of golf courses, clubs and facilities and the governing body of golf for the U.S. and Mexico. Together with the R&A, the USGA produces and interprets the rules of golf. The USGA also provides a national handicap system for golfers, conducts 14 national championships, including the U.S. Open, U.S. Women's Open and U.S. Senior Open, and tests golf equipment for conformity with regulations. Connect with the Guests: Erin Groeneveld: Instagram USGA: Instagram | Website For more information on our 2024 retreats and tournaments, please visit: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
On this episode of College Golf Talk, Brentley Romine subs in USC women's coach Justin Silverstein for Steve Burkowski as co-host, and they recap the Stanford Intercollegiate, East Lake Cup and more while also diving into the USGA's hire of Chris Zambri and the Spikemark disaster. Before all that, one of Silverstein's top players, Catherine Park, joins, and they discuss her ball-striking prowess, her unique family athletic background, her relationship with best friend Rose Zhang and why her team calls her Miss Six Dots.
Hank discusses the recent LIV Golf rumors and takes a look at which players could really move the needle by joining LIV Golf. Then he takes a look at the world of golf and explains why there needs to be something bigger in golf.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt Adams discusses the complexities of the rules of golf: Tiger Woods drop at Augusta in 2013, Bernhard Langer's not-anchored putting and Shad Tuten's penalty, are there discrepancies? Plus, betting in golf and Bridgestone Golf's Adam Rehberg is a guest.
Eric Kuester started his career at Pinehurst Resort as a front desk agent. Fast forward 20 years and Kuester is now on the front lines of one of America's greatest golf resorts poised to host the 2024 U.S. Open, its first such championship in 10 years. Since the Resort hosted its first U.S. Open in 1999, capped off with one of the most memorable moments in golf history as Payne Stewart made an iconic putt to win the championship, Pinehurst has been continually adding to its lore. In recent years, the Resort has added new amenities on and off the course, will soon welcome the USGA's Golf House Pinehurst, the return of the World Golf Hall of Fame, a new course at Pinehurst No. 10, and so much more. Kuester took some time to enter the Paradise in the Pines podcast to tell us more about what we know is coming from Pinehurst and what is to come.
Adam Walicki and I reflect on Sue Wooster's journey to becoming the number one female senior golfer over 60 in the world, as well as her recent experience at the USGA Senior Women's Amateur. We discuss… ● How WAGR® points work and how to acquire them. ● Why Adam disagrees with Sue's advice on making short putts five feet and under. ● The endurance that it takes to make it to the finals in a USGA tournament. ● Why it's better so set low expectations as a golfer. ● Why losing in match play is so much more painful than losing in stroke play. ● How to play well in a course that you don't like. Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
GAP Series – Session 2 – Welcome in for the 2nd in our 3 part series with the USGA and Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst speaking with participants from GAP. Today your host, Tim Kreger, is joined by David Speiser and Andrew Gurney. Listen in on great insight on why this program is helping these two up and coming turf professionals. The Carolinas GCSA is committed to provide its members with the opportunity to excel professionally and enhance the game of golf through responsible turfgrass management.
Phil Mickelson spoke to the media at the LIV Golf Miami and expressed confidence that the league would attract more top-level players in the season to come, despite the OWGR denying the 54-hole circuit any official ranking points. Damon and Eamon react to his comments. Over on the west coast, Manny Arceo from the First Tee of Central California stops by to discuss the the USGA Idea Grant his organization just received to improve diversity and inclusion in the game of golf. Back in the professional ranks, Stephen Ames is in the top 5 of the Schwab Cup standings on the PGA Tour Champions! Ames drops by the show from the Dominion Energy Charity Classic to talk about the herculean undertaking it will be to take the end of season trophy from the heavily-favored Steve Stricker. In the women's game, Roberta Liti is one of 30 Epson Tour graduates headed to the LPGA Tour next season! The Arizona State Women's Golf Alumna joins the guys to tell us about her journey through the pro ranks, and what it was like to watch a Ryder Cup be played in her home country of Italy! Staying in the women's ranks, Stanford Women's Golf Head Coach Anne Walker has been playing a leading role in fundraising for cancer research and monetary assistance for her friend Nancy McDaniel, the Head Coach of Cal Women's Golf. The 2021 national title winning coach discussed how much McDaniel has meant to her throughout the years, and what we all can do to contribute to her cause. Manny Acero (12:03) Stephen Ames (21:10) Roberta Liti (43:13) Anne Walker (52:03)
Hank Haney shares why he wasn't surprised by the decision to deny LIV Golf world ranking points and then he explains why the majors will most likely find a way for LIV Golf's top players to enter their field.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
J.P. Nerbun is a bestselling author, leadership coach, and founder of TOC Culture Consulting, a leading global sports consulting and leadership coaching business. His mission is to help leaders and their teams achieve their full potential through 1:1 coaching, consulting, and community. Nerbun has an impressive track record of guiding leaders at esteemed institutions such as Stanford University, Harvard University, the University of Texas, the USGA, PWC, and Chick-fil-A. His work spans across sports, education, healthcare, and business. Nerbun is also the author of two acclaimed books: Calling Up: Discovering Your Journey to Transformational Leadership (2019) and The Culture System: A Proven Process for Creating an Extraordinary Team Culture (2022). In 2023, he launched The Culture System Online Training Platform, which has been praised for being the most comprehensive online coach education available. His podcast, Coaching Culture, is one of the top sports leadership podcasts globally. Nerbun lives in Ireland with his wife and their three children. J.P. had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “In every step of my training [for running ultra-marathons] I kept failing massively, but I kept learning from those failures” (10:30). “When you're doing hard things, looking for help [and] asking for help is actually strength, it's not weakness” (12:05). “Our brain works against us often times as leaders” (17:10). “Sometimes pain, reaching those rock bottoms, becomes the foundation upon which you can build” (25:30). “Those painful moments teach us a lot, but they also make us desperate to try new things, to experiment with new things” (25:40). “You don't have really strong relationships with people, there's not high levels of trust, if you don't actually treat each other well, work hard, hold each other to a high standard” (30:50). “[Good culture is] the connected group that works hard” (31:25). “People want to show up to a place where they feel seen, heard, and loved” (39:15). “[Trauma research shows that potentially] more healing than therapy itself is just being part of a connected group” (47:10). “Can you continue to invest in your people knowing that in the long term, but maybe not the short term, the results are going to have a better chance of being what you want them to be?” (47:30). “Character is really hard to assess, probably even harder to assess than talent” (52:15). “I think the real quality of a coach or leader is their ability to reach the unreachables” (53:45). “Without awareness, we can't take ownership. We can't make change” (58:00). “I'm so okay with failure” (1:01:10). “[My ability to let go of fear] came from experiencing it enough and knowing that those were the greatest moments for growth in my life” (1:02:50). “I'm looking for where's the next way to stretch myself, where's the next way to enter into some of that discomfort?” (1:09:20). Additionally, you can connect directly with J.P. via email (email@example.com) and on Twitter. You can also purchase J.P.'s most recent book, The Culture System: A Proven Process for Creating an Extraordinary Team Culture, anywhere books are sold, and you can find The Culture System website here. Thank you so much to J.P. for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.
This podcast is a conversation that Tori Totlis of T-Time with Tori had with me about my experience caddying in the USGA Senior Women's Amateur this year in Scottsdale, AZ. We get into how our brains can be either our biggest asset or biggest barrier in golf, discussing the importance of effective instruction and how it can be tailored to resonate with different learners.“The fastest way to get better is to manage your mind first. Don't wait to become a certain handicap before you decide to work on your brain and how you think out on the course. Work on it now.”Tori and I dive into my three biggest takeaways on caddying for USGA events: being prepared mentally for the pace of play, understanding group dynamics, and setting up your course conditions.You can listen to more of Tori's podcasts by going here on Apple Connect with Kathy at Kathy@KathyHartWood.com
Hank reacts to Sahith Theegala's PGA TOUR victory a few weeks ago and answers a question - are major championships next for Theegala? And then he explains why the PGA TOUR needed to make a deal with LIV Golf.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Actor-Writer-Director-Producer, Skip Lackey started his career as a Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus Clown after graduating from clown college. Skip's acting credits include: Big River on Broadway, National Tours of The Secret Garden, Barnum, Big River, lots of Regional Theater, and numerous Off and Off-Off Broadway developmental musicals. He also had the distinct honor of spending 2-years with Sanford Meisner in a professional hand-picked acting class. On camera, Skip co-starred in Jim Carrey's first film Once Bitten. TV credits include: The Guiding Light, the mini-series, The Blue and the Grey, and host for Nickelodeon's Ace-Award winning Think Fast. He's also been seen in over 100 national network commercials, and he's recorded over 1000 voice-overs. Skip even spent 3-seasons working as Santa Claus alongside the Rockettes in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in Chicago. A graduate of the Vancouver Film School, Skip co-wrote, directed and produced the low budget feature film, Love at Second Sight. He then became Executive Producer for Kewazinga, a vision technology company that developed an interactive 36+ camera system for network broadcast and early internet applications. He's worked with Sun Microsystems, NBC, ABC, ESPN, the X-Games, the NY Mets, the Golf Channel, the USGA, the NHL All-Star Game, Nike, the US Navy and more. He then shifted his focus to giving Personal Growth and Leadership Development seminars. Skip has worked directly with over 25,000 clients, taught over 1000 workshops, and made 1000 personal appearances. Clients include the IMDB, World Bank for Latin America, and a 2-Year Leadership Development immersion for the Canadian Department of Justice.
We are back! And I'm spilling all the “T” on where the 2024 Creek Cup is and where our 2024 October Tournament will be hosted!! I sit down with Kathy Hart Wood, a New Jersey-based golf instructor and confidence coach who helps players overcome the mental obstacles that interfere with performance. We get into how our brains can be either our biggest asset or biggest barrier in golf, discussing the importance of effective instruction and how it can be tailored to resonate with different learners. “The fastest way to get better is to manage your mind first,” says Kathy. “Don't wait to become a certain handicap before you decide to work on your brain and how you think out on the course. Work on it now.” Kathy and I dive into her three biggest takeaways on caddying for USGA events: being prepared mentally for the pace of play, understanding group dynamics, and setting up your course conditions. Maintaining efficiency on the course is largely a matter of being mindful of time taken between shots and getting familiar with the personalities and play styles of slower players in the group. For USGA tournaments specifically, Kathy brings up the “one butt rule” which states that in a player and caddy team, only one person can be seated in the cart at any given time. This means if the player is sitting down, the caddy cannot. Violating this rule can potentially lead to penalties. On the other hand, it can contribute to cooperation, particularly in deciding who gets the single cart in a group. About the Guest: Kathy Hart Wood is ranked as one of LPGA Teaching and Club Professional's Top 50 LPGA Teachers. She is the creator of The Groove, a golf instruction membership site that offers a resource for golfers learning and improving in the game. Kathy is also a Confidence Coach who helps players overcome the mental obstacles that interfere with performance. She offers coaching in group workshops and individual formats. T-Time After-Show with Kim Eaton We discuss… How to deal with someone in your group who is playing on the slower side, in order to maintain pace of play. How strict the USGA tends to be regarding pace of play. Our thoughts on arguments over the single cart at USGA events. What players discussed at the clubhouse during stroke play and match play following Kim's round. How Kim's golf game changed following her recent injuries. Greenside bunker shots. How to qualify for the USGA U.S. Senior Women's Amateur Golf Championship. Connect with our Guests: Kathy Hart Wood: Podcast | Website | Instagram Kim Eaton: Instagram For more information on our 2024 Creek Cup or the California Crush Invitational, please visit: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
My guest on this episode is the living legend, Annika Sorenstam. We spoke a bit about her start in the game as well as the incredible initiatives of her foundation that helps bring the game to people all over the world. ANNIKA Foundation - Official Website The Story Within - The 2022 U.S. Amateur Documentary - Available Now on YouTube! The Back of the Range Collection at Imperial SportsCOUPON CODE: BOTR15 for 15% your entire purchase!Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
All the way from Dublin Ireland, JP joins coach Maib to discuss his book “The Culture System”. Right away, JP and Donnie discuss the differences between transformational and transactional leaders. Their effect on the culture of a team is crucial as JP breaks down the three most important traits in developing team culture. Building Relationships, Being the Example, and Creating Feedback Loops are critical to leading and developing culture. JP and Donnie go even further into enforcing culture in which JP shares two rules: No Blaming and No Shaming. Check out this episode to hear JP and Donnie share more valuable experiences in an excellent show on leadership in sports. J.P. Nerbun is a bestselling author, leadership coach, and the founder of TOC Culture Consulting, a leading global sports consulting business. Nebrun's expertise extends across various fields and has a proven track record of guiding leaders at prestigious institutions such as Stanford University, Harvard University, the University of Texas, the USGA, PwC, and Chick-fil-A. Nerbun has written two books, “Calling Up: Discovering Your Journey to Transformational Leadership” and “The Culture System”. His podcast, “Coaching Culture”, is among the top sports leadership podcasts globally. You can reach JP Nerbun on Twitter @JpNerbun and over email at email@example.com.
John Reilly, Director of Agronomy at The Longboat Key Club, located on the Gulf Coast of Florida is back to discuss how certian data he collects has changed the way he manages putting surfaces. Thanks to our sponsors! https://www.rightlineusa.com https://www.greenkeeperapp.com/marketing/ https://www.dryject.com Email questions & inquires to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hank Haney unleashes his fiery take over the latest controversy surrounding golf and specifically Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele - Should Ryder Cup players get paid?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hank shares his take on why the United States got dominated by Europe in the Ryder Cup and then he looks ahead to the future of both the U.S. and European teams.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest on this episode is Ben James from the University of Virginia. Last year, Ben had arguably the best individual performance of the college golf season. Five wins, with one of those in his collegiate golf debut. We spoke about his performance in the U.S. Amateur and his experience as one of the members of the U.S. Walker Cup team that defeated the GB&I squad in St. Andrews. Ben James - University of Virginia The Story Within - The 2022 U.S. Amateur Documentary - Available Now on YouTube! The Back of the Range Collection at Imperial SportsCOUPON CODE: BOTR15 for 15% your entire purchase!Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: email@example.comWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
Hank Haney reacts to the media's questions to former Ryder Cup players that now play for LIV Golf and then he shares what he won't be doing during the Ryder Cup.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's guest is Diana Murphy, the former President of the USGA. She also serves on the boards of AIG, Landstar, Synovus, and the Atlanta Braves – and it's no surprise, because she's a phenomenal leader who really knows how to get people working together. Everybody talks about collaboration these days, but Diana has always had it in her DNA. Teams who can collaborate well tend to do better work in less time … and they have more fun doing it, too! If you want to tap into the power of collaboration for your own team and career, you are going to get a ton of insight from Diana in this episode. And if you're a golfer, don't miss the story about Arnold Palmer playing golf with her husband on their wedding day! You'll also learn: The mindset you need when you're facing a new challenge The “secret sauce” to motivate a sales force How to handle internal dissent in a healthy way The most important traits to have if your goal is the C-suite ALSO... Get coaching from David by signing up to receive his Weekly Leadership Plan. It builds on each podcast episode by offering actionable steps you can take each week to incorporate the learnings from the episode into your leadership style. It only takes about 5 minutes and is a great way to start off your week! https://howleaderslead.com/plan/ Become a better leader in 5 days with our free, 5-Day Leadership Tune Up. This five-minute-a-day program is designed for the busy leader – it cuts right to the chase and gives you the practical know-how you'll need to boost your confidence as a leader. https://howleaderslead.com/5-day-leadership-tuneup/ Subscribe to the How Leaders Lead podcast to ensure you never miss an episode! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-leaders-lead-with-david-novak/id1223803642
Fresh off his third U.S. Mid-Am title, Stewart Hagestad swings by to chat with Shane about the win at Sleepy Hollow. The two discuss the difference between his first mid-am to the most recent one, what he still has left to accomplish in his amateur career, and how cool it will be for Hagestad to play in a U.S. Open (in 2024 at Pinehurst thanks to his mid-am win) where he played his first ever USGA event (2008 U.S. Amateur). They cover a variety of topics like the recent Walker Cup experience at St. Andrews, the stigma that surrounds successful mid-ams and their jobs, and plenty more. A huge thanks to Stew for his time and a big congrats on an incredible run. Hagestad has been the best mid-am golfer in the world for the last few years and it's impressive to watch. The new PING Proving Grounds Podcast: https://omny.fm/shows/ping-proving-grounds/playlists/podcast Order a copy of The Golfer's Zoo today! https://back9press.com/pages/baconSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest this week is Mike McCoy, the victorious 2023 United States Walker Cup Captain. In this episode, we spoke about his experience in St. Andrews, how the team came together, and the stressful moments after the first day's play that found the team three points down and staring defeat in the face. The Story Within - The 2022 U.S. Amateur Documentary - Available Now on YouTube! The Back of the Range Collection at Imperial SportsCOUPON CODE: BOTR15 for 15% your entire purchase!Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY!Also Subscribe in YouTube, Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow on Social Media! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.thebackoftherange.com Voice Work by Mitch Phillips
This Wednesday episode begins with the somber news of an Aaron Rodgers injury and a hypothetical on 24-hours of disaster at MetLife stadium. Then Brendan and Andy move to three things from social media in the last couple days 1) Tiger out there on a range, swinging some clubs (lightly) in public, 2) the off-the-bus intimidating burliness of the team picture for Europe during its scouting day in Rome, and 3) the PGA Tour's “tough spot” regarding even the acknowledgment of one of the country's great tragedies. The schedule for the week is back, with some thoughts on the Fortinet field and ample discussion on the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, a place Billy Horschel said he'd prefer to play for “25” events a year. Billy had a lot to say, including pleas for more Americans to play it and also that the trees make it feel like there are even more fans watching. News hits on Gil Hanse renovating Spanish Bay, USGA championships coming to Prairie Dunes, and more.