35 Burst results for "Augusta National"

No Masters, so Woods battling son Charlie for green jacket

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

No Masters, so Woods battling son Charlie for green jacket

"Tiger Woods says he's fit and ready to defend his title but he's not at Augusta national this week and I feel strange to him the masters postponed until early November so now the only competition for the green jacket is the occasional putting contest with his eleven year old son the winner keep certain it keeps the jacket in

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When will the Masters be played? A complete guide to all the golf schedule changes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

When will the Masters be played? A complete guide to all the golf schedule changes

"Major changes to the golf schedule announced on Monday the British open has been canceled the RNA of St Andrews who administers the tournament announces the cancellation of the tournament for the first time since World War two PGA championship has been moved from may to August U. S. open from June to September and Augusta national announces they're looking all the masters in

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When will the Masters be played? A complete guide to all the golf schedule changes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

When will the Masters be played? A complete guide to all the golf schedule changes

"Major changes to the golf schedule announced on Monday the British open has been canceled the RNA of St Andrews who administers the tournament announces the cancellation of the tournament for the first time since World War two PGA championship has been moved from may to August U. S. open from June to September and Augusta national announces they're looking all the masters in

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Open Championship canceled because of coronavirus

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Open Championship canceled because of coronavirus

"Golf's green jacket won't be one until November this was the weekend Augusta national was supposed to host the masters but corona virus pandemic has juggled golf schedule the major moves to the weekend of November twelfth royal and ancient has canceled summers open golf championship at

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Open Championship canceled due to coronavirus

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Open Championship canceled due to coronavirus

"Yeah I know the date of the cancellation due to the coronavirus Brooke Allen good morning this one pretty much expected however as officials with the British open announced that this year's events scheduled to begin on July sixteenth has been canceled it's the first time since the end of World War two back in nineteen forty five at the British open one of golf's four majors has been postponed meanwhile officials with the masters confirming this morning that this year's event has been rescheduled for the week of November ninth on the legendary Augusta national golf course it's the first time in masters history that this event will be played in the

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Augusta National says next month's Masters golf tournament is postponed

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Augusta National says next month's Masters golf tournament is postponed

"Major league baseball's away this season two weeks the NBA has suspended the season the NHL suspends of the season the charitable golf tournament I was gonna play and they've canceled that on Monday and what all the the masters Augusta national they postpone the masters until who knows when they hope to get it in later this

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Boston Marathon is pushed back 5 months to September

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Boston Marathon is pushed back 5 months to September

"Coming the masters has been postponed golf's first major of the year was scheduled to begin April ninth with Tiger Woods the defending champ the delay may actually help him a sore back for tiger to withdraw from the last two tournaments Augusta national chairman Fred Ridley hopes to reschedule at a later date next month's Boston Marathon has been pushed back till September fourteenth the next two races on the NASCAR F. one schedules have been postponed now well all those sports will eventually resume the careers ended for college seniors when the NC double a cancel all winter and spring championships however Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma told ESPN that he would offer them an extra year of eligibility it's an unprecedented event so you have to take on president imagines I guess if you have five seniors like we do and you say love they all have the opportunity to come back well then you know what thank you want to come back god bless you I'm all for as a top sixteen team Yukon but opposed to the first two rounds of the NC double

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Augusta announces Masters will be postponed

Jeff Wagner

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Augusta announces Masters will be postponed

"Update postponements and cancellations continue to dominate the sports headlines as we hurtle toward the weekend golf Players Championship called off after round one Augusta national announcing today that calls first major of the year the masters schedule from April ninth to the twelfth will be

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Boston Marathon postponed until Sept. 14 amid virus concerns

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Boston Marathon postponed until Sept. 14 amid virus concerns

"The masters will not be played at Augusta national the first week of April there's no indication when it will be played the Boston Marathon is scheduled for the middle of next month but mayor Marty Walsh says it's being moved to September fourteenth our expectation and that's an expectation and the hope right now is that the state will will get us to a safer place in relation to the spread of the coronavirus the mayor says the twenty thirteen marathon bombings help prepare the city to deal with the corona virus we are blessed in strong and that's what we will be again this year in the face of this crisis and merit on Monday we're going to continue to lead in the country the Boston Marathon has never been canceled out right since its first running in eighteen ninety seven I'm a Donahue

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Augusta National says next month's Masters golf tournament is postponed

Herman Cain

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Augusta National says next month's Masters golf tournament is postponed

"The latest major sporting event to fall victim to the corona virus is the masters golf tournament officials at Augusta national have not announced a plan to postpone have now announced a plan to postpone the tournament postponed is the key word because masters chairman Fred Ridley says in a statement quote we hope this postponement puts us in the best position to safely host the Masters Tournament and are able to events at some later date so maybe there will be a make up this also includes the Augusta national women's amateur and the drive chip and putt

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2020 Masters postponed due to coronavirus with hopes to play tournament at later date

Glenn Beck

00:12 sec | 7 months ago

2020 Masters postponed due to coronavirus with hopes to play tournament at later date

"From the sports world the masters golf tournaments been postponed due to fears of the corona virus was scheduled from April ninth through the twelfth at Augusta national in Georgia the club made the announcement this morning and plans to play it at a

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Players Championship scrapped after 1st round

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Players Championship scrapped after 1st round

"Will call the Yankees and nationals finished up around four o'clock yesterday in west Palm Beach and that was the beginning of Major League Baseball shut down no more spring training games in a two week minimum delay for opening day here's Dodgers manager Dave Roberts it's responsible for in light of all the see what's going on it's you know obviously we're all excited about getting this season going and and guys repair and but you know for the players Major League Baseball to understand the gravity of this and a lot of it is because of the unknown as of the season will start on April ninth now at the earliest that's also supposed to be the start of the masters at Augusta national the PGA tour canceling the three events leading up to it including the Players Championship after yesterday's

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Bethpage Black, Augusta National And Farmingdale discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Bethpage Black, Augusta National And Farmingdale discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Tell you was beginning his preparation for this week's one hundred first PGA championship has a masters champion arrive early this morning at Bethpage Black and Farmingdale New York and had a practice round in the cold and rain Tigers not played in a tournament. Since winning at Augusta National back on April

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"augusta national" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He's at sixteen at the end of this year. And then he's right on the doorstep. We saw Tom Watson one putt away at age fifty nine from winning a major tire certainly was better than Tom Watson. Great as he was. So he's going to have years where he could just pick off a major at age fifty one. You can do that in golf so. Yeah, I think fifteen was always going to be the most difficult one for him to get to now that he's done that I could see him at sixteen at the end of this year. And then he's got a lot of years to just pick off one here or there so eighteen or nineteen is very much in place. Just love how you said what you said he. And that that that you he reminds you of Jordan in in his advanced years in the NBA where he was a different type of player, but he still had that championship quality in the savvy to draw upon a championship a championship performance. And until until sixteen that that that shot on sixteen where he almost jarred it when he finally had the lead for the first time and anybody wondering, what's he going to do to try and close this thing out, perhaps he doesn't have that magic to close it out. He didn't have that closer mentality anymore. And then he almost jarred on sixteen. That was the old. Tiger woods. Not the advanced. Tiger woods. You know what I mean? Teebox when he hit that shot and the sound the noise as ball trickled down from the top of that green towards the flagstick once just on like a sound. I've I've heard before at Augusta National, and I think that it reminded me well people who were at the eighty six masters and talked about the sound the Jack made sixteen of course, when the ball was in the air is son Jackie who is caddying for him said be right. And his Jack was bending over to pick up his t he said it is. And so I imagine the sound was exactly the same as it was Sunday at sixteen and I think it was apropos that that tiger. And Jack who who orchestrated and authored the two best masters ever made magic at the very same whole sixteenth infects the time really appreciate it. We'll we'll chat down the line as conditions warrant, you always have great perspective. Freesheet lending get. Thank you. That's Connor and Ian underscore O'Connor from ESPN and also the author of some great books on Bella, check Arnie and Jack and more right here on the richeisenshow genn. We spoke to now to people that were at the sixteenth. See? In O'Connor was on the ground and Verna was in the in the in the tower, and it's just a. That was it. I know he didn't take the lead on sixteen. But that's where he told to that's where he strolled to the tee box as the leader for the first time with three holes to go and. Kepco just one behind him. I think Lee might have been as well. But I know you had the lead first time. And I know I was sitting there thinking, okay, it is happening. But. Right. But because you never have out there. I know and that Dustin Johnson was heating up. He was. But as Dustin Johnson said afterwards, he even noticed that. There was a difference when cheering for him and it's year for tiger. And that stuff plays in the minds of a player playing perhaps the most mental game. That's out. There is obviously we talk about the neck up all the time and sports and nothing's more neck up than obviously needing to figure out how to get a big third and five and everybody's trying to come sack you or your at the plate needing to stave off strike three or pitches coming in you need to get a a runner over a runner in game online..

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"augusta national" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"From Augusta National he was driving out of the golf club and wanted to reflect and we said Jim on the guest line. You did it. Yes. I did that thank you both. And that was a lovely text. I got last night. I can't even begin to sit down and take on the task of some beautiful messages from dear friends, but I did read them and thank you so much. I'm just I just pulled out of Augusta National Golf club thirty seconds ago. Driving down. Washington road and about that hit the Hilton Head island, South Carolina for the next two or stop. But it's going to be hard to let go of this one for a long time. Well, first of all, and I know we're not just saying this because you're on the air you and Nick nailed tack it when I get three ways one year call when he holed out money to you guys did the age-old discipline of laying out for so long. And then when you came back what you guys said about the emotion was so spot on. So I'm just here to tip my cab. Jim say thank you take us through those three phases. Maybe the first one as a broadcaster Tigers coming up eighteen in your your thoughts. Gramley a little bit. And because most of the time that you wanted to kind of come to you and be free flowing. It wasn't the case in ninety seven when tiger won the win for the ages as I called that time because he had a nine shot lead on Saturday night. So you couldn't help it. Have your mind? Move move forward is. Think about how you wanted to play out the seventy second hole, but on Sunday there were so many different people that were into mix we had a lot of different people. We the lead or co-lead. And then once he was coming up eighteen was apparently he was going to win. I was just trying to figure out how are you going to frame him a little clip a little narrative that's going to be around for, you know, realistically as long as the masters displays long deemed broadcast and people build openings and teases look backs. I mean, it's gonna outlive us all, you know, be played back on hundred two hundred years from now. So it was important to try to get it. Right. And honestly, I I I know I said something about return to glory. I know there were some setup lines that lead into that one believe we'd ever see this day again. But I couldn't tell you the rest of it felt good. It felt natural at that time. And it was just an amazing scene into discipline. You're talking like broadcasters here guys is you are at that. So it's school. To be able to talk about the strategy and planning or whatever the process is from this end of the business because he do try to get certain points and marks and the idea of laying out there that was the only place that you could do there. There was no way you were going to try to sully that you've seen by saying anything you could never add to that. It was so rich. And you knew it was coming. I feel like I'd foreshadowed it a little bit. When the tiger had just approached the green after playing his third, and I mentioned how at lake and six his first tournament win is first major win since real had passed in may of that year that it was the most we'd ever seen as far as the motion out of tiger. I said I wouldn't be surprised we had something similar to that here today. And sure enough once he walked off the green and he spotted his family, and he started to kind of been down playfully as he saw a little Charlie Charlie started running toward his dad. Look, I'm a parent you guys fathers. You know, it just it just melted. It melted. A lot of people. And I don't know how long exactly we went without saying that he did anything had to be a couple of minutes. But what else finally they procreate time to go back in there? I just said that I was there, of course, in ninety seven when there was a hug between tiger, and Earl and I never thought there would be anything that could rival that. But I think this just did something along those lines getting scripting things out your ad living. You're telling people watching to see it. I know that's in the neighborhood of what I said..

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Tiger Woods: A Historic Case of Redemption

Investor's Edge

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods: A Historic Case of Redemption

"Historic case of redemption. In sports, as bigger woods is the winner of the twenty nineteen masters at Augusta National in Georgia. He says it was one of his best performances ever. If you look at it. My first fourteen wins majors were host at the late at every one of our tightly to have the opportunity to come back with this is probably the one of the biggest ones I've ever had for sure.

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"augusta national" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"East west excuse me of Augusta National. Door to door at my house. It's one hundred fifty five miles. I drove down the other day, and it was like one fifty five door to door to Augusta National. And the alarm usually goes off at four thirty five in the morning. To get me here. Wake me up splash low water in the face have one of those chocolate shake energy, good morning things in the in the refrigerator. And then get to work. And it was pouring. It was raining sideways as I left the house, I drove three miles away. And it was completely dry. Got here to battery Atlanta worse studios are located like I'm right next door to SunTrust park. Where the Braves play literally a I can walk. I walk fifty yards, and I could touch the side of SunTrust park and not a drop of rain has fallen. So I look at the rain aware app. And by the way, if you are one of those people major league baseball like grounds crews and everything they really love this rain aware app. It cost me like six bucks, and I'm anti paying money for apps, but I'll watch a stupid ad just to save myself, a dollar ninety nine for whatever reason, I live like a moment welfare. And but but I thought this one and it's a great app, and I can tell you right now looking at the imagery nonce. Census coming my way. So one hundred and sixty miles. I'm one hundred sixty miles west. Of Augusta National and nonsense is crossing over the Alabama border heading into Georgia. So trouble is on its way. Question is they started they're going to start earlier this morning? They're gonna be teeing off in around ran hour and a half give or take a few minutes and from the looks of the radar within an hour and a half. We're going to be.

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"augusta national" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Tiger Woods Ricky Fowler. Jason among others in a large group at two under par. And since we heard from tiger. Let's talk about Tigers day. Would you agree Mark with that? It was a good solid day for tiger. Absolutely. You look back over the last fifteen months Tiger Woods. There was a lot of unknowns. And he wins at the end of last season. And picks up his eightieth tour win, and we know how much he wants to win another major championship and for green jackets. You know? There was there were times leading up to this year's masters where he looked really good. And there were parts of his game. That didn't look so good. But I think as a player when you come back to a venue that you've had so much success on it's easy to instill. Some of that knowledge back into your golf swing in your golf game. And I think tiger anything under par would have been a good start for tagger Tigers sort of MO throughout his career of start slow, and then kind of build and starting with two hundred part, you know, at one point it looked like it was going to be one shot back. But now four, but that's not a big deal. He's in great position. Speaking of great position, Phil Mickelson's pretty position right now. Tomorrow's his one hundred around in his career at Augusta National in the masters round number. Ninety nine and certainly a memorable. One for him at forty eight years of age because shoots a sixty seven on day one. I didn't see it coming. I mean, fill one earlier this season, the AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. And since then it's been a bit of a struggle for him. But again, I go back to what I said about Tiger Woods. Phil Mickelson a three-time champion. Here comes back to this place. And they all know all those players that have had success here. No, they have an advantage because they have the experience here. Phil allowed himself to go out there and play a good round today. Another one who had a strong performance today. We mentioned Dustin Johnson four under par sixty eight but of a scramble, but he got it going as so many of the golfers did on the second nine today and Johnson's that when we get introduced him put and eleven twelve years ago when he's made his way to the PGA tour. You had to think Augusta National was a perfect golf course. For Dustin Johnson, it's long it's at high. He can hit it left the right right to left. It's taken them awhile had his best finish last year. You got to feel that Dustin Johnson is primed to possibly win this championship. And this turnament of this year. But he's going to have a lot of competition. Let's talk about some of the opposite end of the leader board. Then a quick no, Patrick re defending masters champion. Not real great, not real bad. Just a one over par today for Patrick read. So certainly still in the conversation, but a large group of golfers of head of him. But when you look down the leaderboard, and you see some of the names that stand out late. Justin, Rose, certainly jumps off the page. Three over par today for just a row Paul Casey nine over par today for Paul Casey. There's just some some names down there that are a little bit of head scratching and the head-scratching continues for Jordan Spieth, also in that mix at the lower end three over par. I it's interesting because anyone that has played this tournament in as follow this Tournament Players wanna just put themselves in position it doesn't. You can't win the masters on Thursday. But you can certainly lose it on Thursday. Paul Casey is going to have a tough task ahead of them. I mean, absolutely. I mean, you can't say he's out of it. But it's not looking very good, George speak. Justin Rose right there and good round on Friday can certainly put themselves position again. They don't need to jump inside the top ten as they head into the weekend. But get close get yourself a chance, and that's all they want because we know what happens on the back nine here on Sunday at Augusta National ROY macaroni one over as well as you mentioned, Patrick read, the defending champion, those guys are okay. But they're going to have to play well on Friday, speaking of playing well, a tip of the cap to Bernhardt Langer today went one under and his right in the conversation. He's amazing, and he just played nice solid steady round all day long. And he is five shots off the lead. It was interesting on Wednesday, Maureen Madeleine I walked around the golf course. To get a sense of how the courses plan we're at the par-three fourth where Maureen is stationed early in our coverage and it happened to be Bernard. Langer was there and we're watching them. Liam Byrne liners coming here for a long time. Why is he spending so much time on these? I mean, he knows I'm not saying you shouldn't hit certain shots. But he was spending an inordinate amount of time on the green. And I was really surprised. But should we really be surprised? I mean just a couple years ago. He was right there in the mix. But you know, that's off the Sandy Lyle to one over seventy three. As I go back to what I talk about. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and anyone that's ever one. Here. There's a certain valued knowledge that you gain by winning here. And there's a way to learn how to play this golf course. And these guys certainly have I wouldn't say mastered. It for quote, I see what you're doing. But they're pretty good sense. How you need to play this golf course. Mark carnovale. We will see you out there on Friday for day two. Here at Augusta National up next..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"But that is not enough to. To change. What has been a historically great program and all of the benefits of playing their whole the benefits of trying to get guys to come to a place like Los Angeles over middle of nowhere, Texas or middle of nowhere. I alwa- or Minnesota any place. It's just I think we become so used to it not being as relevant that we start to accept some of the excuses. They've given themselves with other people have given them that are just s to me. It's just a program is not built on. How many superstar highlights you see you can tell that by team like Texas Tech or even UVA right? We see a lot about them. But that doesn't mean that that you know, we spend a lot of time raving over the highlights in the big time plays and putting them on sportscenter sufficient, they get it done. That'll will come back to what UCLA wants because you're not wrong about that my mind like begins aga-, you know, we always talk about Gonzaga being consistently very good. And again, Oregon this year, they went on a little run, right? And it can happen. But it just depends on what UCLA basket. Ball wants to be if they want to build a program around super super, huge high recruits. I don't I don't know that that's going to be there possibility which means they're going to have to accept. We wanna build slow and steady wanna be like barbecue slow and low that takes a little level of patients that I don't know that UCLA. Yeah. Right. That's desperation to get back its benefit. Speaking of desperation, by the way, Anthony Davis desperate to get out of New Orleans and Nick Redel reporting that tonight he showed up he hasn't been able to play for a while. Because of what the pelicans are calling lower back spasms. But he missed tonight's season. Finale showed up at the at the arena to face the Golden State Warriors wearing a that's all folks shirt or as the famous porcupine line at the end of looney tunes. And of course, the message that he has for everybody in New Orleans. It was on the pelicans insta- story was later deleted when I guess they realized they weren't sure what the sentiment was behind it. Right. Was it in screw you guys? I'm outta here. Or was it wasn't. You know, that was fun. This is the end. God, I hope they somehow make him stay for next year to just make him. Stay just prove a point. Thanks for listening to the Spain and Fitz podcast listened to the show six to nine PM eastern on ESPN radio and subscribe to the podcast on the ESPN app. Spain and Fitz..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Obviously. One second shown very easy very excited about this former UCLA player, and as UCLA continued it search finally today happened upon someone anyone willing to take on the job before the name was announced. This is what he had to say about. How embarrassing the search had become look, I am a die-hard Bruin ongoing. I'm going to support my program all the way throughout but this is embarrassing. We've had one hundred days to figure out who our next head coach is going to be there are other programs that have made their decision in less than a week. We have in the last week publicly seemingly offered the job to two different head coaches that both turned us down. This is not a good. Look they need to rectify the situation. Go ahead. Well, and he's right and Mick Cronin has been hired Cincinnati head coach. But but Sarah, and this is going to sound particularly harsh. I'm sorry UCLA fans. It is time to accept that your program is now what I call a leverage program. I mean what happened? I mean when Rick Barnes was part of the conversation. Tennessee head coach, I said it on Memphis wanna talk to our buddies over there, the SPN affiliate the other day when when the conversation started with Rick Barnes. I don't think Rick Barnes ever had the intention of going to UCLA. He looked at UCLA is an opportunity to get he and his assistant coaches at Tennessee more money. I mean who would have ever thought that UCLA basketball would become the sort of job that you use for leverage to get a raise where you are. And that's where they are. And I it's unfortunate, and it's a cycle. I don't know how to break because not only does UCLA to a certain extent. I do agree with that. But there is sort of a difficulty when you play on the west coast, and we saw I mean how. Many people watch Oregon basketball this year. How many people watch Pac twelve football? This is always the the problem it's harder to accomplish stardom. And it's harder to get some of these kids to come out and wanna play on the west coast. When you combine that with the faculty are not great each. So yet that second part is the important part. It should not be difficult to recruit kids to play in Los Angeles at a program like UCLA in a beautiful city on a beautiful campus. Absolutely. This should not be an issue. Whether or not they are not as many people watching at that hour of the day come on man if this team gets wins and becomes a contender. Again. That's a great place to play. We've just gotten so lulled into looking for the reasons why it's not a good program or not somewhere that people wanna be you get the right coach. And you bring the winds back, and you manage to recruit there again. That's a great place to be the problem is you're right. It's just it's it's gotten to the point where you're you're wooing people from Texas Christian or Tennessee, and they don't want to leave right at. You know, I think that they can dig themselves out of this whole, but it's gonna take a little bit of time. And it's gonna take patience and they haven't been to a final four and more than a decade. They haven't won a national championship in almost twenty five years, but they have a name, and they have a great place to play if they can just get the right kids to show up in an actually get some wins. I don't disagree with that. I think it will take a couple of years of deep tournament runs to make them relevant. Again. I'll go back to something. And I know college football's and a little bit different spectrum. But it was a great point made by the Pac twelve when I was a college football seminar for ESPN talking to the people from the conference in their point was and if a touchdown happens early in the game on college football Saturday in an early game. You spend all day seeing that touchdown over and over and over again for the back twelve by the time they play at night. Unfortunately, the highlight would come the next morning and by then everybody's onto the NFL on Sunday mornings. It's sort of the unfortunate you re with you. Listen, I'm not I'm not saying that there, isn't that element..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Is. And I was like God. Maybe during the commercial break, I got text from two different guys. That are like dude you walked Augusta. We played the eighteenth hole at Augusta on different tours. I played private events on the eighteenth hole. Augusta on both tours they asked if I wanted to play golf on the course, and I was like, nah, not my thing is wrong with you. I've just not into going golf. No. I don't play golf at all. In fact, at both both times, I was invited. I was like I like some of the crew guys really liked golf. Let them play like, I don't care about golf. That's that's my master story. That's nice of you have twice for cheetah somebody that cares twice. At the Augusta at Augusta. I passed up. I really wanna clip this off and send it to. Stugatz. Because that's like his entire life stream. I heard about it and. Two times two times. I was like, Nah, I was like and you have to wear long pants certain all it's hot outside outfits. I'm fit the model child. I am that's fair. And I'm sure that both Stu gods and trait and like, honestly, right? Trey I'm sorry in advance. I don't I bet you trace played my God. Yeah. How how is put? Yeah. How plays found his way there? Oh, there's no doubt. There's no. But he's still he's still insulted that I passed on the opportunity twice, of course now. Hey, spring is finally here, and you know, what that means mazing deals on the first tulips of spring from one eight hundred flowers dot com to order thirty sorta tulips for just thirty bucks. Go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash ESPN. It's pain in fits Sarah Spain and Jason Fitz on ESPN radio took a little bit of time UCLA has found their next basketball coach, but the search was less than pleasing for at least one.

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Even in such a stressful moment, that's tough to do. And I think the message it sends to people is to play golf together to enjoy it. And we'll certainly encourage more people to play I wonder as you were getting ready for this tournament. Did you dream of playing the masters at your dream of getting to play Augusta? I had actually played it two years ago. Obviously before that I always had wanted to play it. I mean, I think every every kid wants to play Gus national a big other big name courses. So I think yeah, it was always a wish for me. But I think it was even greater to get to play in a tournament setting given the the history that was made in the outcome, and sort of the way it took the world by storm has there been anybody. That's reached out to you to say congrats that you've had to look at your phone. A couple of times and say, oh my God. I can't believe they reached out. I mean. Yeah, I got I got one from Ian Poulter, Freddie, Couples Texan me Nelly Korda PGA. I mean, I think there's even more. That's crazy Curtis. Strange. I mean, I mean, I could go on their list. That's crazy. What a great feeling Jennifer Cup show. Impressive back-nine eagle on thirteen three birdies in the final four holes after it's all over you've gone into the room where everyone gets their green jackets. You get you get the bowl you give it a kiss. And what does it mean? Now, what does this mean going forward for women's golf at amateur and LPGA level? I think just to be in that same place where the green jacket is given. I mean, I mean so much. I mean, everyone wants to be there. And I'm sure it will there will be even more support in the future years. And I think the PGA. I don't know if they fully support it completely right now. But I know that they will in the future really support this tournament just because it gives so much excitement to women's golf and for and I who have our PGA cards and are going on tour. I think it's just gonna be become a great atmosphere, and you will always be the first ever women's winner. At Augusta National at that women's amateur wouldn't exciting thing. Thanks for making time to talk with us today. Jennifer, thank you so much for having me what a thrill and this is masters week, which means a whole bunch of people. I work with are going to not pay attention to their jobs at all. I'll be fine. I think it's interesting. But I'm not that person who loses my mind as soon as masters week is here. We'll have plenty of get ready for that. You know what? Go ahead. What's that? Or do you want my quick master story? Sure. Yeah. Okay. So this is this is. Absolute Trump sitting on radio in Nashville when I first got the job at one or two five the game a fantastic ESPN affiliate down in Nashville before it came up here. And everybody was talking about the masters, and I was telling them how I just don't. I just I just I'm not into golf. It's not my thing. Right. And so my co host was like, you don't understand until you walk a Gusta. How powerful it is. And I was like God. Maybe during the commercial break, I got text from two different guys. That are like dude you walked Augusta. We played the eighteenth hole at Augusta on different tours..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Because of course, the special nature of the tournament more. So than maybe anything you've played him before. I would say I was a lot more nervous than they perform for going into the final round. I make we we as players really had no idea how many fans to expect out there. So I think just knowing that we were going to be playing Gusta people would be watching on TV. We would have fans I think it was all that that really made the nerves come out that night. But I think once I got to the course and was there with Maria and all the players, I think it all started to calm down. And we realize that it was really just we were out there to have fun. And that's how Gulf is supposed to be that being said Jennifer's the round sort of continued as as the tournament continued for you. Is there a spot where you still have to continually think about adrenaline knowing? How big this moment is not just for the weekend. But obviously for for golf in history. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, you have to think about how your how you look what you're trying to perceive. I mean, really I didn't think anything of it until you see on social media how much everyone loves the show that Marie and I put on of all the sportsmanship. We had towards each other. But I mean, I guess one big thing is with the adrenaline. You just have to realize that you're more pumps than you're used to. And you're gonna hit the ball a little bit farther. So I kinda had a just out on the golf course we're talking to Jennifer Cup show. Winner of the inaugural Augusta National women's amateur. I'm you played through a migraine. And I read that you've had this problem before in the past you had a fix for it. You could take caffeine pills and kind of take the blurry vision down a little bit. You didn't have any with you. So tell us what it's like to be in this high pressure moment smashed tournament. And then realize that this is coming. Back on something you've had before. Yeah. My whole high school career I had migraines. Obviously, they're not the greatest thing. And unfortunately, it came during my biggest moment that's for in my career. I actually did have caffeine pills at a about a set one. So I did take those one thing. I did it have was usually I drink coke or ice tea just to get more caffeine, and I had to wait a couple of holes before I got those Jennifer that's interesting to me because I suffer from my grains, and have for a lot of my life. And there's an anxiety that you start to get when you feel it coming on because you know, what's about to happen. I mean on top of everything else sort of how did you manage that feeling of knowing? Hey, this is about to happen. And it's going to affect me. I would have to credit my caddie a big part on that just because I told him. Hey, I'm I have a migrant is getting one of and I told him usually it takes about an hour or so for my blur in this to go away. So I'm gonna rely on you allot, and he really helped me through that. He he said, whatever you need. I've walked down the fairways with my eyes closed. It's kinda just was able to follow his lead as well as I just was taking depressant trying to get as much as much oxygen to my brain. As I could have crazy to have to fight that along with the nerves and everything else. Talking to Jennifer cop show winner of the inaugural, Augusta National women's amateur. You mentioned the the sportsmanship, and it was so great to see you and your opponent down the stretch. You know, hugging each other Pat each other on the back making sure everyone could see that you like each other's company. You were rooting for each other..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"You know, I just spoke about this on the show, but I was really moved by his eleven year old younger son coming out as gay and being at the Miami pride with Gabrielle union, Duan's wife, and and receiving this tons of support from the whole family that was there all decked out in rainbow gear, and Dwayne Wade shouting it on his Instagram and saying that they all support each other with pride that's a real tough age to do that and have the support of a professional athlete at Dwayne Wade's level. It's honestly probably a measurable, the the impact that that can have on kids around the country that are worried about the reaction to their sexuality or or how their parents might feel and having that person to look up to his massive will. And and when you think about everything so much of what we heard about the impact to Miami. These are the moments that you realize it for some athletes, especially athletes, for whatever reason, you know, with both of these athletes are there personified with the cities that they're in. And when you think about Miami and the community of Miami that looks up. Dwayne wade. He continues to use that platform for some sort of better. Good some sort of bigger good. I it's bigger than it's bigger than basketball. And that's Budweiser video showed a whole bunch of that. Right people whose lives he had very directly touched. And that's the I think the biggest takeaway from me today is that you know, the conversation is on a basketball court because that's where so much of the legend was made. But you're talking about guys that that took that basketball court and figured out how to make that platform a thousand times a million times bigger and to affect lives for generations. And that that's what what we're seeing. Today isn't just a celebration right now isn't just a celebration of twain Wade, the the the star basketball player, Dwayne Wade. The Miami Heat started this is a celebration of Dwayne Wade the human being and what he's done for the city of Miami. And that's I think the most special thing that has come across as we've continued to talk to people that have been so close to him throughout his journey coming up next. Speaking of incredible journeys, something happened at Augusta National. That's never happened before. We'll tell you. About it. And we'll talk to the person that accomplished it next Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio and the ESPN app Spain and fits it. Spain in fit Sarah Spain and Jason Fitz on ESPN radio the SPN app, Sirius XM channel eighty let's head back out to the shell Pennzoil performance line where we're joined by Jennifer Cup show. Winner of the inaugural Augusta National women's amateur first woman to win a tournament at the home of the masters, which didn't even have female members until twenty twelve Jennifer. This was the highest rated amateur event men's or women's in sixteen years. A lot of eyeballs on you. How much are nerves in play?.

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So I I think our sport is healthier as a result because the more talent you can inject too. You know, those frontline positions. I think the more aesthetically pleasing our game is to our fans what kind of emotions do you think you'll have tonight watching that final? I'm game. Oh, man. It's definitely going to be emotional. It's hard to believe it's been twenty one years seems like yesterday he had he Nash and had those really bad. Blonde ambition haircuts at their opening press conference with my dad, but no, it's just it's really hard to believe. It's it's over. And you know, the things that the fans don't see is, you know, the kind of leadership that is avoid that's just very very difficult. He's a lead, by example guy. He's played at the highest level. He's been at the lowest of lows in terms of the valleys, you know, that I go around when we didn't win the championship was very very difficult. And so no, I think were were really losing a ah basketball treasurer and a lot of respects that it just can't be replaced. We're talking to Don Nelson GM president of basketball operations for the Dallas Mavericks on Spain and fit, Sarah. Jason fitz. You've mentioned leadership a couple of times in Luca Danni his name. And and I really have to ask what has what is Dirk meant to Lucas development over the course of this year. Ever player. You know, from you know, you know, Luca Tocchet Pete's all of our guys. Really, you know, the example that he's set both on and off the floor and to be able to share locker room space, you know, pick up a couple of tips and just be around just a gem of human being like that is it's a lot of respects. It's you know, it's it's the highlight of you know, one's early career in in those guys cases talking to Donnie Nelson GM president of basketball operations for the Mavs. You know, you talk about leadership, and there's also something about deciding to stay in the place that you were drafted and not going ring chasing. I've heard you talk about how you're happy. He spent his whole career in Dallas. And he got calls from all the big boys and could have done somewhere else. But he stayed that not only affects his career and how he's remembered, but maybe the younger guys who are looking up to. Can you talk about what that means to an organization to know that he's loyal to you even as there's so much going on in the way of player empowerment and movement. Tell you what mistaken age, we're seems like, you know, guys changed teams like shirts. It's very very rare and Sarah. He he chose us a number of times. I mean when we drafted him back in the day. He didn't have to come here. He could have played in Europe for a couple of years Alexa bonus. And some of the other guys he chose to come here and to roll up the sleeves with Nash and Finley and those guys and then when he hit free agency, he got calls from all of the big boys out there that were knocking on doors, and it would've been a much easier road to win a championship. Honestly. And he he was loyal to Dallas's loyal to the franchise. And I just wish that was more commonplace. But when guys like Dirk and Kobe, and and the like, you know, hang them up. It's just it's. It's really really a tional because we have been have been just spoiled rotten for twenty one years Donnie on an incredible night. We appreciate you giving us a little time. Thank you so much for joining us more from anytime guys. Appreciate it. I think one of the coolest things about tonight's show is the opportunity to talk to people that have worked so closely with Dirk Andy Wade, it's been incredible. If you've missed any of it, check out the podcast because you're getting perspective on these guys that frankly, I've never heard anywhere. We're going to get back into twain. Wade the end of an era in Miami, some audio you don't wanna miss next Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio. Spain and Fitz. I tweeted Wendy's. I know this is the update the world wants Sarah tweeted Wendy's. And I said dear at Wendy's..

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"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"And when he got here showed no apprehension whatsoever. I think Dirk had a healthy kind of respect for the jump that. He was making from Mayberry Germany, and it took him, you know, the full year and a half to kind of get a sea legs. But once he kicked in you know, he he never looked back. Was there a balanced for coming in make because you talk about the adjustment to the game of basketball? But he's also Justin to life in the US. I mean, how did he balance that in the beginning? Yeah. No. I mean to your point look, you know, we had to teach him where the Bank was how to bounce checkbook, you know, how to get groceries. I mean, it's literally literally or in a brand new culture. And that's where you know, certainly having you know, the city and the community, and you know, the Mavericks and having guys like Finley in Nash back in the day. The kind of teach him the ropes was extremely important. Donnie, Nelson GM president of basketball operations for the Dallas Mavs Spain and fits or Spain and Jason Fitz. So obviously even back at the Nike hoop summit. You saw he could ball put up thirty plus, but how long into his time with the Mavs before you really knew that you had this hall of fame generational player. Well, it was really you're too. I think when you really saw him kind of get confidence and come into his own, you know, year one really for, you know, any rookie, you know. Sands. The superstars is is really one of learning. So yeah, it was really kind of your to where you saw him to start to kind of get that that confidence a swagger. We're talking to Johnny Nelson GM president of basketball operations for the Dallas Mavericks. I'm gonna ask you a really difficult question here. But if you have to look back at the body of work, Dirk is there one particular moment that stands out as your all time favorite. Well, yes, it's it's when he brought a trophy and a parade the Dallas. And it's the first time in history. That's the city that we experienced that. He sang a very very bad rendition of we are the champions. Then. Yeah. That's that was remembered for many many years, you know, I wanna ask you about Dirk the person you've already alluded to it. But there are so many anecdotes about him. How he has an unlikely superstar won a great guy. He is can you tell us about the man off the court may be an anecdote or to that kind of shine a light on who he is outside of basketball. Well, I mean, you you can go no further than our last game. I mean here he is. He just you know, played a full contingent of minutes. And I walk out, you know, my door which happens to overlook the practice court in you know, in the bowels of the American Airlines center, and it's about eleven o'clock at night, and he is down there with attorney ill make a wish kid shooting jump shots and playing horse. I mean, it just shows the kind of part and compassion that he has for kids and certainly kids in need. And you know, really what kind of a humble superstar. He is. You mentioned the word superstar dear Dirk is obviously impacted not only the world. But specifically he's impacted the NBA. How has he changed the NBA? Well, I think you know, really the power forward position. And a lot of respects, you know, prototypical, if it was kind of one of those enforcer positions, I think Burke, injected skill into it not just being able to stretch defenses, you know, but to be able to, you know, put the ball on the ground, and, you know, you know, have the versatility of inside out in a lot of ways he kind of you know, maybe redefine the power for position a different way. But equally as effective as a guy like Kevin Garnett that did it with us lettuces them. And you know, all the things that he brought to the game..

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2019 Masters: Monday's practice round

Atlanta's Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

2019 Masters: Monday's practice round

"This week for the masters press building, and they'll fling those big wooden pearly white gates wide open this morning for the first day of practice rounds. The masters week is already out to a fantastic start. With the Augusta National women's amateur on Saturday and five metro Atlanta junior golfers competing yesterday in the drive chip and putt national finals fifth grader, she he's ready of Duluth wins his age group. Now the courses open for the big boys today the last guy in the field is Corey Connors from Canada. He wins the Texas Open field of Senate eighty-seven, which is pretty small but the same number as last year gates open this morning. At

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2019 Women's Amateur golf event a first for Augusta National

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

2019 Women's Amateur golf event a first for Augusta National

"A first Gusta National Golf Club. A championship championship has been decided for women the champion of the inaugural Augusta. National women's amateur is Jennifer Cup show. From Wake Forest winning by four shots. Twenty one year old. Amanda Dorothy of Atlanta was the only Jordan to compete in this historic final round. She finished tied for

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"augusta national" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"augusta national" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"They do. They don't slam any like Phil Mickelson slammed. But that's like y'all's y'all's, buddy. Ben Crenshaw says putting is all about speed the speed down. You shouldn't need the pin? VN because he wanted to die in the hole every time. So I'm wondering how long it's gonna take for these PJ players to really understand how they like it. If they want to interrupt when they wanna interrupt I'm wondering, how long did test will go and let me ask you once again. Scotty will Augusta National have a local rule about pulling it legal. They can have their own rule. Yeah. Yeah. But I think it'll be optional. Again, you go back to some of those old clips pre nineteen sixty I think you could leave the pan in. And then they change that rule for nearly fifty years. I'm fifty closures. And I think Augusta National will do what the US I really do. Yeah. Okay. Right now. It's time for our say report Samya report brought to you by the petty cabaret Scotty. What's the latest on the effort to save lives miserable Goff gore Tex Mex Tex Mex dancer? Yeah. The media report. The forever. Green tournament has been scheduled for April. Twentieth. That's the big fundraiser for lions municipal. That's gonna be April. Twentieth on Saturday before Easter. So we'll give you sign up information in the next couple of weeks. And then the nineteenth hole party the big party that we have right down the street. Every year is going to be on March twenty ninth to Friday, the Dell match play and we have a few hundred people for that. Let me tell you what if if you want to support Muny, and you want to go to a really cool party that is a really really neat party because you and Ben Crenshaw others donate a lot of great memorabilia, and the food is good, and it's just a fun party celebrity to there and Luke Wilson has been there for the Robinson. So it is just a fun fun part. It's a lot of fun. I, you know, I came in and deep Eddy the other day just for a quick check on them equipment and our favorite Mark. Keep Kevin was at the bar. And he said boy that's terrible news about any. He said I heard that it shut down in March. And I said what are you talking about? Kevin said, well, these two guys walked in after playing around the golf, and they said that it shutting down in March. And I said Kevin I don't know where that rumor came immediately went over to see Eric Lopez. Of course, Eric the pro there, he said, no nothing new there. What what happened is these two guys were playing and they pulled up the date of the firecracker, right, Angie? La. And they saw that it was scheduled for Jimmy clay. So they assume on the Austin city website, they assume that meant meaning was closing the negotiations are still going on there going. Well, we here between the university and city and the city. Yeah. And Kevin go million who was on with us right before Christmas. He said they had to block off Jimi clay just because the lace officially runs out in may have to show it on the website. He's Jimmy claims that is fake news. So I have a follow up follow up on the website of the firecracker. Eight was Jimmy clay. It is now TBB to is now. Sonko.

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Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson shows what money can buy  and what it cant

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson shows what money can buy and what it cant

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Tiger Woods versus Phil Mickelson shows. What money can buy and what it can't one enduring lesson nearly fourteen years covering Gulf, the chronicle not much compares to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson playing alongside each other. Especially in contention on Sundays their spirited simultaneous charges. Electrified Augusta National in the final round of the two thousand nine masters, even if they both alternately faltered, they're pairing three years later at Pebble Beach where Mickelson uncommonly crushed woods in the final round created similar buzz friendly reminder about Friday's much-hyped pay per view match. This is not the same. Not even close woods and Mickelson will play head to head for nine million dollars winner-take-all, and that alone will prompt a good number of people to forego over nineteen ninety nine they will see a contrived exhibition not memorable competition on a grant stage. This is November in Las Vegas. Not April and Augusta. It just doesn't matter. Sports captivates us. Because the games are meaningful authentic. Well, maybe not in baseball steroid era and unpredictable, but everything about Friday's made for television event seems forced scripted and even a bit slimy. Take several cringe worthy moments during Tuesday's promotional news conference woods and Mickelson who for years had zero use free other tossed out flowery compliments as if they were lifelong best buddies near the end of the session Mickelson said without laughing. It will be a major championship intensity on Friday, then to complete this theater of the absurd. Woods and Mickelson complied with a request for a stoic face to face staredown like two heavyweight boxers. Please Friday's matches about money naturally. A vehicle for people who are crazy rich to become even richer, the two best golfers of their generation are trying to squeeze out more revenue before they fade from public view. Mickelson is forty eight and woods turns forty three next month. They each one a PD tour event this year for the first time since two thousand thirteen making. For compelling stories, especially with woods, given his fall from grace and repeated back surgeries, but it was telling when Justin Thomas the world's fourth-ranked player said there was zero percent chance. He would watch this tiger Phil tussle Rory macelroy echo Thomas last week into by look if they had done it fifteen years ago, it would have been great macelroy told reporters. But nowadays, it's missed the Mark a little bit, fair point woods and Mickelson squaring off in two thousand five six or seven with tiger dominating the PGA tour and Phil finally winning an occasional major might have resonated more. Plus, they really disliked each other back, then that's one fascinating confounding element of this whole thing that unlikely of Lucien of the tiger Phil relationship, the tension traces to their junior golf days in southern California. When Mickelson reportedly looked down on the young, prodigy and woods grew resentful. Sports Illustrated's Alan ship once told of woods in his amateur days. Watching the masters on television as one of Michael's? Typically, aggressive putz scooted farther and farther past the whole would simply said role. They're infamous writer Cup pairing in two thousand four widen the divide but woods clearly softened in recent years. Maybe he really was humbled by his personal travails. And by the injuries that limited him to one official tour start between August two thousand fifteen and January two thousand eighteen Mickelson accelerated the thought and their relationship by sending encouraging text messages while woods recovered from his back surgeries woods responded by doing the same. As Mickelson chased victory at the Mexico championship in March now curiously there, essentially business partners making promotional spots appearing together at news conferences, leaving open the possibility of more matches. If this one proves successful. They're throwing lots of gimmicks at the wall and hoping some stick woods Mickelson and their caddies. We'll we're microphones during Friday's which could reveal lively insightful banter or more scripted stage nonsense. The telecast will carry a strong gambling flavor. Fitting for a Vegas show at glitzy. Shadow creek, golf course odds will be displayed to gosh, the potential success of impending shots and woods and Mickelson are making high stakes side bets with the money going to charity, including two hundred thousand dollars on whether Mickelson birdies the first hole. It's quite the elaborate production pushing golf into a strange new frontier, and it will test the limits of tiger and fills mass-appeal Ron critic is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Email Arkwright, check at chronicle dot com. Twitter at Ron critic.

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Tiger Woods 'got away from the game' after Masters, trying new irons

The Mark Levin Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods 'got away from the game' after Masters, trying new irons

"Judge isn't federal prosecutor is heading to the border in response to a caravan of immigrants camped out just outside the us eighteen immigration judges are heading to the us mexico border to deal with asylum claims being made by central americans travelling in that so called caravan attorney general jeff sessions says dozens of assistant us attorneys are also moving to the border to prosecute illegal entry cases with sending a message worldwide don't come illegally make your claim to enter america and the lawful white and white your term session says the migrants are being treated well especially children but adds it is not his problem when people try to force their way into the us unlawfully in washington jared halpern fox news boy out of boy scouts boy scouts of america says the program or eleven to seventeen year olds will become scouts be as a starting next year the new name meant to be a welcome sign for girls who will start joining the program next year tiger woods ready to hit the pg torah gander finishing in thirty second at the masters last month tiger woods took a three day break and then went ten days without touching a golf club three weeks off the major at augusta national tigers ready to return to the pga tour in the wells fargo championship on thursday after a proam round wednesday would says he's feeling good after much needed rest i've played a lot of golf heading into augusta and more golf than i thought i would be able to play and because this is all new and it was nice to shutdown reflect the forty two year old golf star begins the week ranked ninety third in the world matt napolitano fox news family of george michael asking fans remove flowers photos and other tributes left outside the singers to homes in a post and michael's website his father sisters and friend david austin say they were touched by the tributes but felt they couldn't ask neighbors to continue to accept them as normality george michael died in december twenty sixteen lisa lacerra.

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"augusta national" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"augusta national" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And in the solve this word as enamored with him as they were before that hip injury i'm not saying they're gonna take the same road when it comes to carry irving but they get to that point of no return how much of kyrie irving could potentially be on the trading block from the boston celtics i don't believe they would move him next year unless he really really was was banged up or something you know they just did not had no intention on reciting him for the nineteen twenty season i i think they still consider carry irving very much a part of their longterm future along with gordon hayward in the developing players jason tatum jalen brown i think they definitely consider those guys bare their core there cornerstones carries the central part of that i just think they hope that this means re this knee surgery is minor that just caused by your attention a bacterial infection this can happen that it's not something where it's going bone on bone this is something that will slow him down or that he'll have to i think something have to monitor throughout his career but i think the seltzer hoping hey let's get seventy games out of kyri we might need to give him an occasional rest you got guys like john wall who has had knee surgery in in the issues over the last couple of years maybe you have to monitor it but i think the celtics you're just hoping that's the extent of it first round at augusta national in the box jordan species your leader after one of the masters he finished with a six under sixty six has a two shot lead playing in his first masters in three years tiger woods may just three birds failed to birdie any of the parfive shot his first over par score pga tour event since the genesis opening february woods with this reaction was first eighteen it was was interesting is up.

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"augusta national" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"augusta national" Discussed on Fore Play

"Augusta national it's a special experience for anyone who who is experienced that themselves it was very cool we you know we ran into a million stories out of the gate we follow tiger and phil and that group down through amen corner we saw them play kind of the first half of amen corner and then we said hey look we gotta get we haven't been to augusta since last year longtime for us hadn't been new augusta since last year no big deal so we were like we gotta hit the concession get a couple of vento cheese sandwiches couple sports drinks i get eliminate huge eliminate guy by the way big limited limited i'm big on the sports drinks they i'm not sure i'm so much into the flavor as i am the color blue that it is it's a little bit when we talked about the icy blue pro tracers very refreshing them walking through the concession tunnel which maybe we can get into a little bit because we talked a lot about this over the weekend between you and i and you see the blue gatorade or powerade or sports drink and you just gotta grab it and of course i got a couple of momentum cheese sandwiches so we talked about the concessions situation with our good friends big cat and pf commenter on pardon my take if you haven't listened go listen to today's episode friday's episode of pmt were on that's our debut on pmt at his debut on made our debut on pmt to talk a little talk little masters we talked about the concession the concession the fact that the the format and the setup of the concessions at augusta national has not been adopted at every basically every spectating event on earth is amazing they have this tunnel system where everything's just kinda pre prepared but not in a gross way in like the classiest most fresh way imaginable preprepared they've got like five or six different aisles or tunnels that you go through grab what you need your in an out they've got like a hundred people all at the.

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"augusta national" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"augusta national" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of isaiah thomas gary it was as if you were in my head because i was thinking the same thing about whatever happened isaiah thomas with a hip injury and then the celtics weren't as enamored with him as they were before that hip injury i'm not saying they're gonna take the same road when it comes to kyrie irving but they get to that point of no return how much of kyrie irving could potentially be on the trading block from the boston celtics i don't believe they would move next year unless you really really was was banged up or something you know they just did not had no intention on reciting him for the nineteen twenty season i think they still consider carry irving very much a part of their longterm future along with gordon hayward in the developing players jason tatum and jalen brown i think they definitely consider those guys their their core there cornerstones carries the central part of that i just think they hope that this means re this knee surgery is minor that just caused by your attention a bacterial infection this can happen that it's not something where it's going bone on bone and this is something that will slow him down or that he'll have to i think there's something to monitor throughout his career but i think the seltzer hoping hey let's get seventy games out of kyri we might need to give him an occasional rest you got guys like john wall who has had knee surgery gery in the issues over the last couple of years maybe you have to monitor it but i think he'd the celtics you're just hoping that's the extent of it first round at augusta national in the books jordan species your leader after one of the masters he finished with a six under sixty six has a two shot lead playing in his first masters in three years tiger woods may just three birds failed to birdie any of the parfive shot his first over par score and pga tour event since the genesis opening february woods with this reaction was first eighteen it was interesting is up and down for me today i had some opportunities to make some birdies and didn't do it i play the.

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"augusta national" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"augusta national" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Selfimportant you're very self important because it's private they can they can allow or disallow whoever they want to on the grounds and if you run afoul of their rules even if you think their rules are stupid doesn't matter they roll ham suckers and they can kick you out so augusta national has a list of phrases you cannot yell out when a ball is struck you shouldn't be yelling out dumb stuff anyway but it's called there's alcohol involved you gotta keep yourself interested somehow so people yell out dumb stuff so there is an actual list of things you cannot say that have been banned from augusta national golf club if you utter these words these phrases you will get kicked out like dilly dilly that very annoying marketing gimmick by certain large beer conglomerate you can't yell out bob buoy or you too man and by the way i'm in full agreement that you should not yo these out anywhere especially at a golf tournament you cannot you'll out sweep the leg johnny at augusta national i'm not making this up they kitchen out herat karate kid aumont kid right they will kick you out you cannot yell three meek mill which i don't think anyone who goes to the national to watch the masters would even think about meat meals plight within the justice system little loan yelling out that meek mill should be freed however as far as the ghost of national is concern even if you're down with meek mill you best not yell free meek see here what else they got here you cannot yell rip harambee harambee was so two years ago who in the hell would just yell out rip harambee but you don't mean bob i'm i'm the type of dude i don't wanna talk about what.

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