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"anthony scanlon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And there's two hours socializing, so it gives them a real opportunity to no matter what your level. Never touched a golf club before or if you play golf, she's get out there, and it's more of a celebration and community and getting people together. And you know, welcoming new people into the game. Do you have people that are Representative each one of the locations that, like go out and recruit women to, to come and take part in this event, or or how do you structure that? So the location signed off. And we have wonderful partners club Corp intern and, and PJ towards superstore, and top golf. So any of those locations after location, we give them together format, but I just you obviously the retail and when they are for your inches, but, you know, they're just propor- hours or having people there, and they can go and hitting bays and try putting but to the people that are there, the, the GM or the head pro takes the lead and they run the event themselves 'cause ideas really that they're going to let the people know at that there's different what else is offered drugs year and that could be more programming for women or seniors or summer camps. Family gathers anything being that. The woman is largely responsible for activating with the family does. And what have you so good way for them to be able to the people that are there? No all the things that are available. I got location or in that in that community. And I think that's what made it successful. We also allow events can be public or private and they can charge a fee or not charge a fee. It's up to each individual -cation, but without we get amazing. There's a lot of private clubs liberty national, and I went to club in San Francisco and bald aroma and being, you know, that do it as well, some due to the member appreciation day. It just what it shows is just unity, commodity, and really, just people having a louder voice, collectively of, you know, the importance of, you know, trying to have women get involved and be more participating more in Gulf. It's what it's all about Elissa go day women's golf day coming up, this Tuesday, listen, I don't know if I've ever asked you this before. But how did you arrive at the four hour golf experience and, and is there a story behind that or no? But you know I read a lot of the data points just coming into the game. But quit leading equally as quickly and I know that people have, you know, time issues. So not like you get nine in one forty nine and like a scramble or something. And I thought forty five minutes on the driving range, forty five minutes to begin putting two groups his loft about you. We weren't a lot I get asked a lot of management companies that came up with a Tuesday. Sunday and a lot of Terry outing make you know, a lot of the new off of those the weekend were competing with. Effectively Thursday through Sunday. Now, we're competing with pro golf tournaments male and female, or the LBJ. You don't wanna do that. And because this is really meant to be one day that helps everybody else as well highlight their programs. So that's where the Tuesday came about. And I know it's for some it's not convenient maybe next year. We'll open it up that it can be anytime within a forty five day window and she'll have the Tuesday giant kind of birthday party, but we have other like in Morocco on the eleventh, because it's Ramadan. So we're which is region. Or what have, you know, where people we can be we wanna try to comedy to everybody and still keep just a kind of feeling of unity and celebrating in contact amount of time looking at any time. Yeah. Looking at things that are new in two thousand nineteen. I see a familiar big name on the release and the foundation. Yes, we've been working with them. I mean she does is phenomenal to you. Kinda take it the next level with, you know, young girls that helping them from different countries around the world get into the competitive, you know, structure of being able to play on a competitive level. But it's the same mission as getting says he's a phenomenal ambassador for women's golfing, cheesy know probably one of the best best, which found with into I'm sorry. She's been with you the entire time hasn't she. Yeah. Her and her husband, Mike and the foundation, they're just phenomenal people, I can't say enough good things about him, and they've been very supportive of what to and, you know, every year we keep trying to do a little more and more. And you know, in us as well signed a light on what they're doing. Would you say the age ranges from eight to eighty? With our events. Yes. Yes. Because he got the first team that joined on this year to, you know, or people proud of so a couple of the first key locations. Are hosting women's golf events and great at the young girls invite. You know, friend mom grandmom, anybody so. Yeah. There we were seeing all different entities get involved. And we're happy to that. Anybody who wants to participate goes and registers location. And does it. And we're we're we should we should also mention it's national, it's women's golf they but guys are welcome as well. Aren't they listen? Yeah. They are. But they have to rain, right? Have you legally? But no, he's not not guys just wanting is I think some fine someone a little more intimidated or what have you. So a lot of the obviously a majority of the golfing population be that consumers as well as teaching pros, and everything else is still men. So this is not like he women only know man, I mean they'd be thankful for the incredible support that we get from a number of, of teaching pros, you know, men, that are teaching pros organizations that have gotten behind this that are read by men. So we'll all day eve Mona's and other ones. Been there since day, one in, you know, can't thank them enough, because when you're first starting out, you know, and it was just a little crazy idea. It takes those kind of people to get behind this on occurs, and the heat Mona's and not your guy, Anthony Scanlon from international federation, that these people that believed in it and. Pushed it in that, you know, now, your floor and he everybody, you know, it's been braced. So that's a really good feeling. We partnered with golf channel as well. So golf now and now plus courses, you'll see bunch of those, and I think she's on golf show hope for some coverage, but but social media is where it goes crazy. And it's really finds if you have a moment, anybody, no matter who you are. You can check into social media on Tuesday. You'll see pictures from all over the world. When you think about that forty six countries is, you know, not just European US, and Canada, we have Uganda who. Keep by all over and nuts. I think keeps us really motivated to keep going because it's Goebel unity, which is I think, in this day and age a real happiness. Goes a long way. A have you encouraged the women to Preregister for this or can they could just show up and, and take part? Yeah. So what we've done is the last two years. We've allowed when the locations register, they're the ones you have to register with us in their profiles. So when you when they go online, you search by wherever you live, so, but Colorado or what have you, you look up where you live and you're gonna show you all the location that are available in your area and you click on location that you like, and it's exactly how it might say Email them, or tell them, or, you know, register right there these different ways that each location. We allowed them to set up a registration process that works well for them. It promises to be the largest single day celebration of women's golf that the world has ever seen women's golf day, a four hour experience happening globally were women and girls can experience golf for the first time or whether they can to current player they've played golf they can get.
"anthony scanlon" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"And yet he clearly had the full confidence at the president the united states coming it clearly wetland just play the present talking about anthony scaramucci so people don't have to trust my word for it here's peasant trump who you bruce convicted is it is scare much he spectacular failure just words i feel is fair to use here a reflection on anthony scaramucci or on demand higher him well you know what i mean this was a nobrainer and this was really the minimal first step for john kelly to do to show that he was serious and that he's you know working for a presidency and not for a tv reality show i mean uh now comes the really really tough part and and the tough part is not only being making sure that he is empowered as first among equals than that everybody in the west wing reports to trump through kelly but it is fundamentally it is how do you manage donald trump uh here is a guy this is a white house that is completely broken that in six months donald trump has not learned anything about governing uh it's a white house that cats uh issue executive orders that are enforceable it can't pass legislation it can't prioritize the presence agenda whatever that agenda may be it can't get anybody on the same page and mrs a president who is completely out of the box and undisciplined when it comes to his twitter account so look i mean it's it's really just this is this job is anc exponentially more difficult than anything john kelly has ever say when you talk about everyone reporting through him luck mark they were clear about that tonight the press secretary sarah huckabee sanders has asked as everyone going to report to him not to the press out of anthony scanlon she was recording tackling the present the answer was yes there was a followup does that include jared kushner in of akg chop they answer yes.