Tanner Schwinn, Mr Miles, PGA discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA


Me thirty eight. Welcome back into the program. The app bushes specialist studios. This is no co now. I m tanner schwinn. Thanks for being with us on this friday morning Let's see here joining us now. Up on the hotline are crp. Four by four a vip guessed. It is one. Mr miles bloom heart with the fort collins. Colorado one miles. How are you this morning. Doing great doing great looks like ninety eight degrees today. A warm one You're going to get out. Hit some balls today or no. I don't know so. I was complete transparency. In between the broncos calling a client. And i'm like hey you wanna go for a client meeting this afternoon and go and go play some golf so i don't know maybe maybe miles. We might have to go do that. It eight miles awesome. pc that korn-ferry tours out of tpc colorado. So we could do that too. Yeah so i've never played that course and i've had some buddies that are in the golf industry that have just said it's ridiculous so the korn ferry back again and i think i talked about this a little bit yesterday but the misconception about the korn ferry tour i mean they they think just because it's not the the pga these guys these guys out there. The cornfield tour would be anybody in the state. I don't care what country club you belong to your best golfers gonna get beat by these guys on the korn ferry tour. Not even close the i. I've been out to the last few years and the korn ferry tour players are unbelievable. And you know you know. It's just a little bit of their game. you know. mostly. What i noticed is probably the difference between them and the pga players. It comes down to everything right. It's the short game You know the mental game but the short game especially putting and But no they're remarkable ball-strikers. Of course they're you know they get off the tee very long But now the korn ferry tour is very very competitive that old saying dry for show putt for dough and some of those greens out there and they're almost like concrete. I mean you just can't get the ball to stop. Yeah ended up in and of course. It's an extremely long course which you would expect being at elevation. But it's gorgeous I'm gonna try and go out later this afternoon to watch it and It's just. It's i think it's a great showcase for for the state of colorado and it's great that it's up here Just a beautiful course. The last couple of winters two miles have gone on to do some pretty cool stuff in the pga as well. Yeah yeah i you know. I i lost you to hold it. Say that again. I said the winners of the last couple of winters of the cornfield tour have gone on to do some some pretty cool things in the pga was wills. A tour is the tourist carrying it up. He was absolutely tearing it up and No there's been some really good players on their You know You know it's it's just been such a such a good showcase and yeah. I mean i haven't heard a lot from zala taurus lately but oh i don't know the last you know for Last for about two months. Stretch there on the on the tour. If not longer he was he was really doing well. Yeah there's no doubt all right miles let's talk about you. Were up in the burn scar yesterday up in over in the fort collins area and well after the big rain that we got last week. There's some water issues taking place. Yeah fortunately they didn't get you know greeley measurements of three to four inches which would have been catastrophic up there but when you get you know even an inch of rain or a half inch of rain on about that. Burn scar area it. It causes Some flooding and some mudslides. And when i say mudslide california mudslides right. They're they're smaller but They closed colorado fourteen at one point and then They've also caused some road. Damn agent you know. When i went. I went through the burn scar. And the upper buckhorn Well it's actually. The buckhorn road is is is severely damaged and they're working on that but It's got a lot of problems and so didn't you. Were you saying that. They had the city for content to switch their water supply. Is that right. Yeah so the city of fort collins and there's also impacted really too so This water situation. The poodle river affects greeley as well. But what happens is fort. Collins takes about half of their water from horse tooth reservoir and half from the poodle river so when the poodle river has water quality issues with ash and sediment as it. Is you know at times now last week when we had that big rainfall The quality of that water was so bad that the city of fort collins turns off basically turns valve off right shuts off the river water and only takes some horse tooth rows aboard So it gives them a backup They had that offer about a week and then yesterday talked to the city and they were turning it back on. The water quality was better. They could use the the river water. How does that. Impact the water levels over at horseshoes which is such a huge tourist drought of four fort collins. Yeah not not significantly. I talked to him about that. And you know. Here's the fortunate thing is northern. Water dumped as much water as they could from like up at lake grand lake and that area because they're severely impacted by the east troublesome fire. So they wanted to get that clean water down here right. That was because that was the water from the year before so what they did. Is they filled up. Like carter lake and horse to those have extremely clean water. And they dumped all that water down there so that that these municipalities along the front range. What have that water. Should the poodle river water not be available because it's so dirty talking realize here four by four. Vip it is miles bloom heart out of the colorado in and we knew it was going to happen right. We knew that there was going to at some point. Be issues because of the sediment off and like you mentioned when you get that that much rain even if it is an issue to within an hour that's going to be the issue. Yeah and fortunately this spring there's been abundant moisture up there And it's and the runoff came out really great But now we're getting into the monsoon season and that's the beck's problem area is like what happened last week where you can have some of these systems with a lot of moisture that stall out over You know the foothills in the mountains You know we. We've had our biggest floods you know have come in july and september so That's kind of the next worry because after being up there. Yeah there's projects going on but it's you know it's just too vast area these think at the perimeter of the fires three hundred and twenty five miles that's driving from here to grand junction and there is significant damage. I went into some areas. I hadn't been into the crystal mountain area which is south of the buckhorn is completely devastated that area around the csu mountain campus pingree park. Now those facilities were saved by the firefighters area. Around there is completely scorched It's such a large area. Yeah it was such a devastating fire and then he gets in there. There's not much there's not a whole lot. anybody can do. Miles switch gear. We talked about the nfl a little bit a couple of weeks ago. I believe we're already seeing some of the athletes that have signed deals. They can't hire agents but they can hire marketing marketing. People for them We've seen.

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