20 Burst results for "Bethpage Black"
Brooks Koepka Finishes 2nd at the U.S. Open
"Brooks cab, Kaz second place, finish his last nine major championships. He has gone first place tied for sixth tied for thirteen first place tied for tonight. First place, tied for second first place. Second place, the first place second place, first place, second place. That doesn't make any sense to me. I mean this guy that's on believable. You're planning a hundred hundred and fifty people. These guys are unbelievably good from Molinari's to tiger. Justin Rose to j t to DJ all these guys and how fucking good. They are at the game of golf, and he comes out here and posts that record in the last nine major championships that he played in its outstanding. The fact that he was that close to going back to back to back at the US open after just defending his PGA championship title in dominating fashion out at Bethpage Black. It's just really you can't say enough things about him still believe to this point. He has just six PJ door wins. Is that right? And he's got four of remainders. He's got that record right there that we just listed in the major championships. The guy is just the definition of a gamer. He brought it today. Shot off four rounds. Believe in the sixties. Yes. I'm looking right here. He's got six PJ door wins four over major championships. And again, he's got that stretch of going first second first second in the last four majors that he's played in. I mean books looking up co. He's amazing. Always looks good on the golf course he lo- is confident. It was it was kind of crazy to see him like have a regular whole on eighteen like where he didn't chip one in from behind the green, and he didn't make the long birdie putt. Like watching him just play a whole like normal offer was kind of stunning, not seeing him like do things that are super human because we're just actually it's he really did. I mean he hit a fucking three would down the pipe. And then hit a three iron that landed right next to the pen on a five hundred fifty yard par five. Yeah. I'm saying from there, though it was just like very average, like kind of like miss hit his. Well, they said was sticky where they say a sticky live ruined saying. Yeah, I was just kind of like Tang, Li you don't know exactly how it's gonna come out of that. Rough brooks. Like puts that either in or like to, to right away. The whole and then, like, then, and then guard has to step up in has to make a par to win like I it's just it was just it was odd to see him. Not be super human and actually testament good. He's for sure. That's insane. Good for Brooks cap cuts against hard to kind of overstate how dominant he's been a major championships for the last couple of years. And there's really no reason to believe that he won't continue to do that with the British Open coming up at a month, and then even just going forward. He he was so close to winning and gust of he would have made a couple of those putts down the stretch on the last few holes tiger had to really, you know, grind it out and not been able to have that cushion coming down and then easily today he could've you could've putted again, a few of those holes coming in. We made a couple bogeys, but then again a couple of holes. I mean eighteen he was so close to have an eagle bidded up making par. And so he's that frigging close on N when he's not even just that close he wins. He's won four majors has years. It's crazy down. So good for Brooks Kapka awesome to watch
Bethpage Black, Brooks KEPCO And PGA discussed on RMWorld Travel Connection with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa
"Brooks KEPCO, we'll take a seven stroke lead into the final round of the PGA championship at Bethpage Black. He posted an even par seventy two twelve under for the
"bethpage black" Discussed on Z104
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"bethpage black" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's top forty. Ladies and gents happened the fence to see what seeing on the mean. Hey caddy own. That's go. Go go. I don't mean maybe it's maybe so grab a hokey that to get down and dirty here comes a birdie giving an Fano and all in an either goes club into a tree. Retrieve that ball? You can win. Stop the. It's tough with some golf club. Oh, that's brilliant. Brilliant, CD Henderson helped me put that really as poetry. Right. Rappers have nothing to stroke it. I love it. Yeah. The whole whisper thing. All those missing were few birds. I, I you know, I'd love to believe that it's natural. But you you're watching the PGA and just when the announcer says we're back here at Bethpage Black, wonderful golf course in you here. Come on. That's to perfect. They must have a birdie button that they hit the laws but. Kids are going, what's the course called, Bethpage. Black. His that's on the tower. That's that's bad. Black. Guys aren't inclusion baby. Yeah. I back with yet another great restaurant. That's joining us for Detroit land, turn it right after this. It's payday for an innocent man in Michigan. Michigan man who spent forty five years in prison before he was exonerated of murder where received one.
"bethpage black" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Bethpage Black, the first time it has been held in may since nineteen forty nine the public course known as the people's country club. Previously hosted two US Open's now your exclusive WCBS Weather Channel forecast. Enjoy the mild weather today. It starts to warm up this weekend and into early next week today. We're partly cloudy, seventy six tomorrow, few thundershowers eighty two high one or two hundred showers Saturday Eighty-one, but Sunday dried up or. Eighties Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talkradio six eighty WCBS brought to you by mattress warehouse. Baltimore save up to one thousand dollars this week at mattress warehouse and rest assured because buying actress at mattress warehouse means you have a one year price guarantee. Why shop anywhere else? Visit sleep happens dot com for a location near you right now at t Bank stadium in downtown Baltimore at sixty seven degrees and it's sixty five at navy Marine Corps stadium in Annapolis. Reporting a ten thirty three I'm Michael Philip Elliott six eighty WCBS news. From the FOX business network. Stocks opened higher following better than expected earnings from WalMart and encouraging news on the housing market groundbreaking for new homes, rose. Five point seven percent in April. In addition to WalMart's upbeat earnings. It's online sales increased thirty seven percent in the recent quarter. Overall sales were up three point four percent and WalMart. Shares open more than three percent higher tech company. Cisco systems is predicting a strong current quarter. It's been working with suppliers to avoid the negative impact of the trade dispute between China and the US Cisco shares opened up more than four percent. Fred stores are closing one hundred four locations in the southeast liquidation sales will begin today in the stores will be shut down by the end of June. It will still have hundreds of locations after these stores are shut down with the FOX business report. Ungeni co. Sola..
"bethpage black" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"On. Well, I, I would answer that is to say. I think that the best moments in best page history all very personal not just for me. But for everyone who goes out there, and that's the beauty of the place. We all have our, our catalog of historic moments out there historic going to cells in our pal. And I really don't think the Tigers victory or Lucas Glover's victory in two thousand nine or whoever wins this year, barring historic feet will rival these personal milestones on the black. I was thrilled the first time I saw the place and I was, I was thrilled to break eighty for the first time in about forty six years old, and that day, also memorable for me because I was playing with one of my two brothers and a couple of buddies and one of them collapsed, we were walking because black walking only a hot day. There was no water in the water coolers, we were all dehydrated by the seventeenth hole, and the hike up to the teas often up to the green really never stop the whole way around barely flat hole on the golf course. And so that day when I'm in route to shooting seventy eight which for me was like sixty eight. My brother's buddy, Ricky collapses in this giant bunker short of the seventeenth green. Now, my brother Al who likes to make the most of a moment, does friend hunting the San Rick couldn't get up had Charlie horse and he tried to get up slipped in the sand and just like a Sahera puncture. And so, my brother starts screaming man down and rather than going to help us Ren who is the man down. So it was probably would probably be that day when I finally beat some of my old old demons from the college tournaments and witness to collapse in my, my brother's friend, the course takes flash. All right, Paul, this is this is the money question. The toughest part for any writer to, to condense down and crystallize into one thought. How do you define what it is? That makes Beth Pige so special. Well. It's not only memorable golf course. It's also true with the people's course and in America, we can say that about. So few places to go to Britain in Ireland, golf is in the water there and you see grandmothers putting evenings and dog walkers going across the fairways. Whether it's in Saint Andrews or slog. Oh, we don't have that in America. Maybe we have in a few towns and for Mont and the odds small community here and there, but we certainly don't have it outside big cities. And so. The, the democratic nature at page to me is, is, is what stands out above all. But if it weren't a great golf course if the reputation weren't earned there'd be no sense. Celebrating the communalism of the place either. It's not, of course, the pros are going to enjoy. It's not scenic. I wouldn't call particularly fun. I doubt it's going to be very fast. It's a slog I spoke to metropolitan PJ pro just last week was played the black play competitively for years. And you said, you know, his lowest moments playing the back reminding when he was getting into force, it, just beat you up in so many ways left, you weak and you barely had your feet under you. Any said he now sees it differently. He rolls with the punches. And if you have to pitch out and still have a mid iron or long iron into the green, so he's playing for bogey, which is gonna feel like par. It takes his medicine. And he goes about, and does it the, the, the Mr. real about this place. Not only sleeping out in your cars, but about ten handicaps playing twenty anti caps out there and the Proser. As good as they play as long as they hit it. I expect they'll have their hands full and New Yorkers would have nothing else. Well, Paul, I think that that's a perfect place to leave it. So thanks for coming on telling us a little bit more about what makes Bethpage so special. Oh, it's been fun Dylan. Thank you. S Russ, you're golf dot com will be out of PGA championship. Oh week will be hoping for the rain to stay away. And we will be hoping for some good storylines coming down the stretch. I'm Dylan to chair, the golf dot com podcast. Thanks for listening.
"bethpage black" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"There are tiger. But as we know Tigers in this wonderful beckoned phase or third or fourth phase of his career now he's embracing fans and his playing partners in a way he never had before. And so it might be really gratifying to see him come to Bethpage, and take it all in beyond just as feely stare tiger and Phil, both do have their, their roots involved with playing public golfing, and they've both talked about it being important to them. They've both you know, maybe, maybe that's something you have to do is a golfer, you have to sort of pay lip service to the public. Courses even though that's not where they spend most of their time, but it will be interesting to see their reception, and it's interesting you brought up the weather at both the previous major championships here. It's unpredictable the June weather in New York. And now we're diving into Mayweather in New York. And sure enough, it looks like it could rain. So we could see, you know, something a little bit wet and wild out at Bethpage, but I wanna get into the reporting of your story because you gotta you gotta real tough assignment for this one. We magazine century. Well, this is true to Scotland. This is true, but we, we, we sent you out to play Bethpage as a civilian, and take me through that process because, you know, people have heard a little bit about you go if to post up early get there early, etc. But what does it really like what's the process like to go play, Bethpage at as a citizen? It is. It's quite a process that you might call it tortuous. I compared it in my piece to the alternate side of the street parking rules in New York City, which to visitor make no sense whatsoever. And to locals who understand them. They're still burns them to say the least. So Bethpage is famous for people sleeping overnight, in their cars, and I can attest that the Mr. true, and the tradition continues. There is an online reservation system, which was started a couple years ago. Now that replace the automated phone line, which was impossible I used to play with people, and everyone had a different story. How do you get through on the phone line, at seven PM seven days before the day US to? One guy worked at a trading firm, Wall Street, and he'd ask co workers to stay late and all use their speed dials at seven AM. So they could try to win book him time now. There's the online reservation system. But good luck in the peak of the season. What it takes to get on the black on a Saturday or some other prime-time is quite an ordeal. You pull in and rather than park near the clubhouse, you've gotta find this remote corner of this ocean, like parking lot. And there's a helix of line with numbered spaces. You have to back your car in and depending on when you get there, they may be seven cars, thirty one sixty cars head of you. And you always know how many because you're pulling into a number spot. And then you sit there and you wait now you may wait overnight or if you get there four in the morning. Wait a couple hours and at an appointed hour. Sometimes it's five and sometimes six AM park department employees comes by, and all the cars, pull out. Of course, you have to be backed into the spot or your lose your spot. And then you, you slowly get in this line and the parks tendon hands out what we call bakery, tickets up to four per car. Just as if you were waiting with your grandmother, at the bakery. And you as a little kid got pressed the lever and, and, and pull the, the raffle ticket, like stub number seventy nine so. You wait you get these tickets. And then you pull your car over to clubhouse. And then you wait. Again, everyone who's ticket holders stands crowds in front of the front door to the clubhouse often. There's an expert renamed Paul wispy strong commanding voice, and he barks out the numbers and threes, fifty four fifty five fifty six. So what time is it? What that what time is it now at this point? Good question. Now it's just before dawn, now, it might be six AM. And people get really restless. If your number's called and you're not there. Okay. So then you go in there. And you wait in the walk up line snaking queue in the clubhouse, that might be fifteen or twenty minutes. And you're ANSI because there are five TV monitors behind the counter, and you can't really see them until you get until it's your turn. You get to the counter. And then you see black red blue green yellow and all the time for foursomes threes and twos and singles, and that's the moment of truth, and you choose your course and you choose your time. So let's save gone through that whole process. Okay. I've shown up at four AM or three AM stayed in my car for a couple of hours gotten. My bakery. Ticket wait in front of the clubhouse waited in the walk up line inside the clubhouse, now, the best, I can get nine AM on the black. So I've got three more hours to. That's what it's like in the peak season, and heaven help someone who show. Shows up at six AM and things got I got up so early. I must be way ahead of the game here. I'm gonna walk right out and he goes to the clubhouse. But he hasn't received one of those tickets because he wasn't in the overnight Q, not only confused. He's out of luck. And he's. When he figures things out or one someone fills man, he may or may not get a time before noon. So really as competitive. It is, and so many, my hours dealing in spent in those lines. So when you went out to, to report this story, how'd you do? How did I do? It was early in the season don't show. I showed up shortly before that, magical, our when the tickets are handed out. But I've had other occasions. One time, I was the sixty third in line, and I was just kicking pebbles passing the time it might have been four thirty in the morning at this point driven forty miles from Manhattan past the Guardia airport in between the eighteen wheelers on the Long Island expressway. And so now I'm standing in the parking lot and out of out of the shadow of a streetlamp comes guy, and he says, hey, brother, wants to talk to you over in car number four, and I thought what's happening here. And so. Followed him. We went to the car, and I thought are they trying to sell me drugs? Trying to rob me, it turned out this, the guy would have pulled me aside, was only three that day they're fourth had backed out and so they had only three guys in their car. For some reason they like the way I looked, I was the only guy alone in the parking lot. They thought let's do a favor. And so I got an their car and now I was fourth in line instead of sixty third car, I was fourth and I got a, a low number and, and off, we went so a rare case of, of Jaren deputy overnight, struggle do have a defining favorite moment, in Bethpage Black's history. Whether it's your own personal history or from watching the pros, take it on.
"bethpage black" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Black could be the alternate path. And I was talking to Reese Jones for this piece in Reese, redesign, the black or restored, I should say the black cleaned it up if we wanna use simple language for the two thousand two US open. And that was a herculean project of its own Reese, maintains, that Bethpage Black was tilling has pine valley and for those of us who were fortunate enough to played pine valley. The number one ranked course in the world and the black, I think there's truth to rhesus statement, given the scale of the property, the daring use of San the massive bunkers and the memora- -bility the holes. So. That's in a nutshell how how the place got started. Yellow course fifteen added later on. And I believe parts of it will serve as the driving range in the PJ championship. Let's talk about that seminal moment in two thousand and two and the preparation that went around hosting the US open at Bethpage because this big deal at the time this is the first US open golf course, to be, you know, held on a publicly owned publicly run golf course. So how is the, the major championship hosting side changed things for Bethpage? Well, it had a tremendous impact. It was a visionary idea by David Fay, the former executive director of the US J to bring the US open, Bethpage, it was really unthinkable at the time because Bethpage was so untamed. It had great bones with these broad hillside and tremendous shop values, if we think of land is being the first element of great golf course that page black hat, but there were bushes growing in the bunkers, there were car tires on the perimeter of the property and some places it was completely overgrown. So not only was this course seven thousand yards at a time when that was really long and had brutal rough. It was just camped. So when Reese came in and cleaned up the place he really transformed the black, and then there was this ripple effect on the other. Courses. So it's a huge impact, but there's also been a psychological impact because all these pens of thousands of golfers who play Bethpage, and maybe the hundreds or thousands of us, call it home, we now have ownership of a major championship venue. And you know, Pebble Beach it hosted the US open for years, and while public cost five hundred dollars or more to play, so. Not exactly fair to say it was public or Pinehurst number two similarly, high greenfee, so Bethpage became the first truly public course to host the open Torrey Pines with follow. But it's, it's transformed the place and giving us all an even deeper pride of place, but spects strikes musically important this, this celebrate. Tori nature of, of hosting the US open, at Bethpage Black because they said, attendance records that you're in two thousand two people showed up in droves. They, you know they got on some players, what Sergio Garcia was the victim of some of their heckling. And Phil Mickelson was the opposite. They, they kind of carried them all the way to the finish line. Well, not quite all the way to the finish line. But as close as he was meant to get at that point. But just there was a way that, you know, all of New York or at least all long island's seemed to. To, to take ownership of the event and celebrated as their own. I think you're absolutely right. And John Feinstein captured a lot of this in his book, the open. In fact, he told a wonderful store, and wishing you all the details of Scott McCarron driving in to Bethpage and getting stopped by police officer. Mccarron. Okay. What am I doing driving wrong way? The officer leaned in his window and said, hey, I got to ask you, and I'm not sure the whole, I think it might have been number four. When you play for do you go for the green in two? Or do you play it off to the right? We've never seen anything like this before. And I I'm with you the Tigers victory in two thousand two was the ultimate validation. We knew he was the best player in the game. And every was in black and red holding off. Phil answered you fill was the people's choice. And as you said, Sergio really was going to the target of the hecklers, because he was doing all that gripping and re gripping at the time and, and New Yorkers don't suffer fool, or so that was tremendous. The weather was miserable and to, and it was miserable again, in two thousand nine so in a sense, it was really most unfortunate because the black in show, it's best it played wet rather than dry and firm and fast in two thousand nine the open at the final round had to be played on Monday when people were back at work. But if you think about it, maybe the poor weather was fifth. Inning for the black because nothing comes easy there, it's not easy to get t time. It's not easy to play the course and it wasn't easy for the pros either there was actually a controversy as I recall in the two thousand nine US open Thursdays around was a washout. I showed up there really early with two friends, and we hiked all the way out to try to find tiger who was on the front side. He would have been on seven or eight at the time and it's quite a long walk. All we manage to see was Frederick and hit a pitch out from the stones to the right of the fifth fairway. When firing. And so the whole day was washed out and governor Andrew Cuomo got an fight with the USDA over whether Thursday ticket holders should get a rain. Check won't baseball, you always gotta rain. Check the game was rained out and necessarily the US. Jay said no, they later consented. So there was a power struggle there. I'm hoping for good weather. This time. Around and it will also be very interesting to see tiger return, of course. So he wanted to, to. But as you made clear still was the people's choice. So was a people's choice again, in two thousand nine and actually if you go into the clubhouse best page there is many photos of Phil as there
"bethpage black" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Uh-huh. Two thousand to the black course, Bethpage state park on Long Island became the first ever publicly owned and operated, golf course to hold the US open. It was a rousing success. The course was brutally hard the Long Island fans even in bad. Weather turned out in droves, they adopted Phil Mickelson chosen favourite and Sergio Garcia probably is the opposite of that in tiger. Woods, survive the test best he was the only player shoot under par for the tournament ever since the legend of Bethpage is only continued to grow the rowdy crowds, the impossible fescue, the warning signs behind the first tee in two thousand nine the majors returned to Bethpage. Phil Mickelson contended again. And he came up short again while Lucas Glover took down the win, but it was the fans and the venue that starred this week, a major championship returns to Bethpage Black for the PGA championship preview for golf. Magazine Paul Rogers headed out to Bethpage to play the course himself and to remind us what all the fuss is really about. Paul. Thanks for joining us. It's my pleasure Dylan. Paul. Let's start at the beginning for for you at least not for the course. But tell me about the first time you ever set foot in Bethpage. Black. Sure. I was nineteen years old of sophomore in college and made the golf team at Brown. And in those days back in the early nineteen nineties the Ivy league championship was played on the black. I had heard about it. I grew up in Manhattan learned the game on Long Island. And I'd always heard stories at Bethpage never been out there. So we rolled in the team fan and knocked it around in the practice round. And then the next thing I knew I was standing on the t- with thirty six holes to play on Saturday, and then eighteen more than ext. It was all I could handle to say the least. Yeah. I mean what is that? Like for bunch of college kids, to, to tackle, Bethpage. I mean, I think you know, outsiders probably know that it has a reputation for being difficult. But you know what is, how does that manifest itself? Well beyond difficult, and I should just say one more thing since you mentioned what is like college golfers to play it. I think the college games changed tremendously in the last twenty five or thirty years, I only speak for my teammates in the we were solid players, but we didn't show up with AJ a resumes, and plus two handicaps if you could break eighty made the team and at Bethpage. If you thought you were gonna break eighty you might be fighting to break eight or nine yeah, it was like, no, other course I ever played. First of it's, it's just announced by scale. These stand on the first to you that famous sign which says the black courses, extremely difficult course. Recommended for highly skilled golfers own warnings. And you look down from the elevated, I t, and there's this tiny tongue of fairway curling to the right. Well as anyone knows elevated tee. It's hard to hit a fairway period. But this varies particularly narrow and, and the rough was just so thick that you had to chop it out. And the scale of the bunkers was just something I'd never seen before. When we got to the fourth thi this is classic. I said, in my piece it's like inhabiting a landscape painting classic climb. It can be played as two shots or three. If you play your second shot whole high to the right off the green, so you have a little pitch in you look out, and there's a bunker off to the left in the landing area, and then this massive cross bunker that keeps climbing this hill. And so the angle becomes very tough on your second shot, and you just feel like the composition is that of a painting and you're just this small person. I'm reminded of Hudson river school paintings from the antebellum era, and how they tried to really celebrate the American landscape and how it was different from England. And this felt a little bit like that man is a small small piece of this beautiful natural scene. That's wonderful. And how many times have you been there over the years and how's your perception changed? Oh, it's a really good question. I played eleven competitive rounds on the black a level. That's good. Yes, but, but what made what made me so interested in the black and writing the story, is it. I really had to experiences there had the experience of the college kids, showing up in team sweater missing his girlfriend, putting off his schoolwork and hoping to shoot a decent score and maybe just maybe getting hot for weekend and making all conference. Well, you don't just get hot for a weekend best phase unless you have serious serious game start
"bethpage black" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And the unique backdrop of Bethpage Black beginning tomorrow about thirty something miles from where our studio is seventy five hundred yards roughly, not the green just a real everything that you can ask for in terms of golfing challenge. And Nick Faldo's gonna actually gives a buzz. He's on the course now to try to find some good reception and the great, sir. Nick, six time champion major three three masters three open championships. I was doing a little research. Okay. Think you'll like this teak? Then this one thing I certainly want to ask Nick because I don't know how it's gonna play not so much with the wetness. That's yeah. Bill tells us right away. But the last five PG winters. All right. Kept going into sending order. Get good. Justin Thomas Jimmy Walker bolt as role right right in jersey Jason day and Woori are back in two thousand fourteen worry shot might have sixteen. The average score of the last grant the different time of the year. But still the the winning score for the PGA championship was to the average was two sixty eight the average of those five right now went back and two thousand two when tiger one he shot minus three and in two thousand nine that was Lucas Glover at Bethpage. They're winning scores were tiger was to seventy seven and Lucas Glover was to seventy six now I bring this up because historically the PGA championship has always been far less punitive than US open. Which is what was the only two major events outside of the FedEx, and the Barclays that have been at Bethpage. Do we see something that more resembles the winning score average to sixty eight in the five? Previous PGA's or the two seventy six and a half that has represented the less to events and Beth Pam to go with the latter. Which is obviously a higher score or more Kintu to what you're going to see a US, Open's tough courses. A Long Island is the tourist leave hilly rough and Nick Faldo cintoss a little bit more about it. But the especially with all the rain, and whether that means soggy, nece, slow, down, greens, etc. And less length or growth because supposed to be sunny for the next couple. We'll see. Okay. You said Nick Faldo, the great, sir. Nick FAO, those with us here on Tiki and Tierney lead analyst for CBS, of course, partners up with a great gymnast. And he's out there at Bethpage Cerdic. Welcome back to the show. How you've been buddy? Can you tell you a volume up guys I need you to be bit louder? We'll take care of that. We'll boosted. How's that Nick's a little bit better for you? Give yourself a good post. Post in key Posten, Nick is Ed or no one on again. I don't know if that Nikki you want actually try to call those back because I'm being told there's nothing. I got you. Now. I believe I can hear you. Okay. We'll try which audiences if they match. Okay. Okay. Did he say anything really eroneous will just chalk it up to you not being able to hear us? And we'll we'll get out bailout. Let's start with this. I don't know that we need to devote a ton of time to this. But you're a man of fitness. We know that you're all into keeping yourself fit six majors. I would imagine that Nick Faldo has an issue with John Daly getting a card. Let's we all love John. You know, he's, but but fundamentally you have to have an issue at this. Right. Yeah. Did nothing to do with it. It's I say walking integral pod plane professional Gulf leave that simple as that. Yeah. And it's not easy out. There at Bethpage. Because there's no you're not supposed to be on a card ever at Bethpage. He got to walk just a hack showing up on a weekend. So that's that's that's actually the interesting thing. The good. Oh, go get wake up at three in the morning and coming. Do they have to walk? Yeah. So. Yeah. That's it's quite he's he's managed to find quite an exception. The loophole in the the. Yeah, I reason I say that is because there's no cart pass. And so there's going to be places where he's going to have to walk. You know, just to get to where he's gotta go. It will get you know, a little bit of that later as the week goes on. But what's the course like it's been raining for the last three or so days, it feels like it should be soggy. But what can you tell us from actually being out there? No, the the drain amazing this phony adapt. So that you find in that sense. They you know inside the roaches. Fantastic preparation is amazing considering had growth from grouse about a month, and coaches Abreu. I think that's the only would you know about these full over five hundred. Yeah. And you touch the rough you'd better be ready small in what you do in all layup, and then continue but other than the funny thing. Review is is the guys would actually say, oh, wow. You manage to reach that green? Oh, wow. That's amazing. Why it my rescue? Wow. You've reached agreement rescue. It's not like the normal token. Somebody driving a nine to five fol now. Oh, wow. You manage to reach the green. So I thought that was funny. That's going to be fun for us. We like to see golfers struggle little bit because it makes us feel a little bit better. That's Sirnak Faldo six time major winner. He's got three masters three opens with a series at Bethpage right now on Tiki and Tierney. You know, when you talk about these these players the struggling to reach these par fours me one is what five hundred forty two yards or so how much psychologically does that change a golfer standpoint the golfing standpoint when they have to put a little bit extra of was whether it's an extra club or a little extra effort. How much does that affect them? Well, I think if you know, you can get it. Choose you still in the second show. Might be, you know, no, no more than normal. You you kind of have to accept to you. You don't want to force. You can pound it out the way on the naturally within you get on and do it. But if you if it's Folsom that one loss throughout the week because you know, you're swinging get at couldn't you hit one or two thousand eight and that'd be kind of you'll weeks I used to play within yourself. That's what it very few guys who would be pound out there that not alone. And and that send that game you don't make. And I said this to you before. But I can't wait to get your answer. There's seemed like historically there was a randomness to the PGA championship though, that certainly changed the last five years, you know, the big the Brooks kept gives the Justice Thomas Jimmy Walker. Maybe a step below those players, but certainly a good player Jason day, Rory. Those are the less five PJ championship winners, and you go back to guys like rich beem milk disrespect or guys like Wayne. Grady, more broke. They were just they get a random this. Why does it seem like the PJ championship is beginning now to resemble like maybe the masters where like the best players are winning again where they've got. What I did have a couple of withdrawals. Had it didn't have to cut one hundred in the world here. And and I think they hold hold organization at the PGA is really that thing is it now huge events when I play. Yes, we played moons ago. There's a look on the round the clock at but you could be out on the six and seven over fourteen fifteen and you found out of it. You know, you he was like out in the woods. And there was no my dad must be going going. And I think they they've changed that they've income the whole goal to whole fan experience. So yeah, it creates a whole atmosphere. You know the way. TV televised. You know, we we keep a drummer up as well with the coverage. But yeah, and then you get a few guys say and get major the key. Everybody is made is the most important events to win that they had that's the cat with the kind of own measured. So people guys really gonna step up on PJ down. You know, Nick, I was doing some numbers crunching here. And I mentioned the less five PGA winners, the the big names there and the average winning score in those events is to sixty eight to sixty eight to sixty eight point two and obviously going back to two thousand two when tiger won at Bethpage in two thousand nine when Lucas Glover won the average score. There was closer to two eighty to seventy seven change. Do you think this winner will be closer to high to seventies or high sixty s? To seventy s. Yeah, I g eight right now and sit in the clubhouse. As long as we me. Even if it does. You know, they got a brute of a day or two, you know, especially moaning sessions, these moaning sessions on Thursday and Friday will could be that could that could make or break. It just goes. Nick Faldo with us here on Tiki and Tierney CBS sports radio. All right. Nikki BT mention how you won three masters championships. One of those was in hundred ninety six. Yep. Exactly. So which means that you are presenting former champion to Tiger Woods when he wanted. First major obviously his first masters in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven now you look at them just a few weeks ago. He wins another master's a lot of people thought he was done in. You've watched this from both on the course as as a peer and now as an analyst he put into perspective how miraculous or fantastic this. This resurgence is Tiger Woods. Yeah. I mean, I, you know, I didn't think was possible. That's all the years went by an every is going to put this witch way from to flip the switch. But that just doesn't happen in our game quite like that. And he managed to thanks to. You know, this is this has been an eighteen months process that wants to back the full ugly back fusion when oversee very successfully gave him a whole new lease of life to where you could. Now, not only be go, but you know, could live life pain-free and the managed to build these game. And I think actually, you know, you you have some limitations with that spying which had away. I think help Kim because you remember how we used to scream every time. He lost his Lebanon downswing. He's had because down sixteen now he doesn't so actually swing. It looks really good. And then he gained mazing spirits from LA summit at KANU. Steamy was tied for the lead. I nine. To play and goes, I gave ago a year ago, the PGA, you know, he couldn't hit the Gulf cliche goes out into the night. If he can do that, you cannot do anything. And of course, you wins at as late. He then beat ROY a couple of weeks to the mouse, everything kind of. Started to fall into place. And then and then I it's a myself. Look he knows that the pressure needed for to win the masters, and you know, if it's the most intense pressure on that back because everybody's seeing success in fight it, and it's all about you know, when your heads. I goes, you know, then and and that's that's the number one thing you need. I guess he didn't even catch. So I kinda send one a great opportunity of Ican hang with these guy. He knows they're gonna get wound up and maybe can just slip in the right time. And that's exactly what kind of happen twelve. Hope is amazing. Yeah. He he got a couple of Great Lakes and Grey Cup. Because he got some fantastic breaks. He made too bad. He's out of the trees at fourteen says in Friday and on Saturday and Sunday, it's in the trees at twelve but runs rollaway through to the low quay. So he gets away with that. That was kind of lucky break in a way that how. Does full transparency. Could it be could've played those in to over and said he he plays them into one. So that was the that the huge difference that so and then the motivation of wanting to win again because he just wants to if you're gonna go out you want to go out as a champion if if if if he was to stop tomorrow, he would feel relief the, wow, I want again, everybody remembers me for winning provident remembers me he's having years of talk about everything. So that was what was amazing. And then it goes with the atmosphere at Augusta National eighteenth thing was quite unbelievable to help. And the celebration was with was something. You know, we I that's what I pledge that. We wouldn't have the same. They have again out in our lives, and it's not hyperbole. I mean, his mom was there. And it was so important for his for to see his kids for his kids to see them as. A champion, and yeah, exactly that was go. Here was I wanted my boy my kids into steamy? The champion seed see how tiger was used to play coming home. You know being up the e. It was it was the perfect stone. They get show. He he had to make you happen while Cernik Faldo, and I want to leave you with this year. You know, one thing we know about Bethpage in the New York New jersey area, there's a different energy. It's almost like a football event. It's raucous. It's crazy and the villain was Sergio back in two thousand and two. We know tiger get a hero's. Welcome any is there a villainous character?.
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"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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"Didn't he offered return glorious the name of this track right here? But he knew his timing was so good because he tiger was walking up to he missed that putt Tappin for bogey believe and just kind of timed it. So that many down we'd ever see it. But here it is tiger putter back. And then knocked it in the return to glory, and let's be honest. It was an amazing four weeks ago. And we what we spend almost two days talk about it. After is this your Jimmy Nance get some much needed downtime. Yeah. He was at the Wells Fargo at quail Khawla wasn't. He won by Cal. Golden Bareback home a shot to my golf crew out there. Max home would be a great get. Well, I know you you could care less because it's golf, but he's an amazing tweeter checkout. Max homes Twitter account. All right. He won the the Wells Fargo championship quill hall. I think he was I think Jim was on that. But to your point in general. Yes, post master's post this. However, you want to get into the weeds here PG Chevy traditionally the up mid August major that ends the summer has now been moved to may because the Olympics Jimmy's actually going to be working next week. Bethpage black. His like gentlemen answer is he's actually going to be wrapping up a little Bill K. So any why do we say all this? Well, you guys know what's the presidential medal of freedom is guy the presidential medal of sounds pretty cool. Does he's a great guy. There's a middle of is given to people like the Apollo thirteen crew Mother Theresa award bestowed by the president of the United States for an especially meritorious. That's a big word contribution to the security or national interests states world, peace cultural or other significant public or private endeavors. So this invented by John F Kennedy in nineteen sixty three. And basically, it's turned into a thing where you can just kinda you can just kind of handed out, for example, you'd expect like in the military like, for example, Colin Powell got one shuck Yeager got one. Storm in Norman, you know, what I mean? I don't think he did get it from George W Bush normally out got it. So he says you got the military right there in medicine people who've done great things in medicine like C Everett Koop, showed a sulk the inventor of the polio vaccine. What about an yards steamed actor, Don Cheadle, get one?.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"All right that was frankie broad the pizzamaker always interesting moved of worship for you are a lot more basically yeah he delivers every time he really we also we did the thing re came in weird we're gonna go in five maybe ten minutes agua bethpage black 45minute conversation at tokoza frankie that's right before you folks next week we are gonna do something very very unique we are going to do the show like we're gonna it's going to be a throwback episode we are going to do the show like it is a week from gulf history let's get tight machine we're going to get into a time machine hoodoo time machine episode we have not settled on which we we are going to do however there are examples like two thousand us open week when tiger one by fifteen at pebble beach are examples like two thousand one masters when tiger completed the tiger slam we are going to do the entire episode start to finish headlines cultural references everything he got from that week like it's that week it's going to be like we literally a recording the podcast twenty years ago know fifteen years ago yep it's all experiment we're going to try i think it's going to be great we're gonna we're the gulf offseason so why not try something i'm incredibly excited for throwback week here's what you guys do uh hit us up give us suggestions for which week engulf history that you think next week's throwback week should be based off of uh which week we should go back to again we already have some ideas in our brain but senescent mission set senneset dea's we're going to once we lockdown this week we will post it.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"I love the first shot down it's a great shot at the right are really the flustered that i can i really often hit it at like i don't know what it is the omri one time i hit a threewood like one hundred eighty yards right much let's tatty was literally like i don't even think it'll saith two hours of ago look for admit over four holes stop alleged groups i regret vital yeah as a arum hidden for birdie on the twos all right that was bethpage black ada lci frankie no one of the things that i love about the course on though if you if you felt this though how there's only you get a little respond when you play bethpage black yup and did you guys i hit the range or anything were known as it so when you play about bid by yellow wristband i walk around that place that guy own the place with their respond on because everyone can black and was looking at you like oh he's plan blah eissa walker out like more of an upright posture as if i was a golfer like a professional golfer i used to walk around like slow like around the facilities like that's right pitch unplayable you now like when you watch like a professional golfer prior like putt or on walk to the rangers look like they're like floating and they look different yeah i i emulate that one i'm playing the black and i walk around real slow around the usual as around and every was a communist that dudes gonna kill today house i am also like 15 years old oak walker like playing a course i'm not supposed to be playing yogi berra on online for a few days or do you think i they cut it all talks it's weird haircut at all put it on when you peg as you go through its immune enoc go through this whole process of checking in pang and then they put a wrist ban arguing the show 35 forms of identification it is like i had a house to tee off at actually when you get a golf cart at another course the asi play the red you have to show your license at three different people you have to show the outlay yellow slip the pink slip a.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"But that's a good hole and then you get to the back nine and the back not even harder in the front the backgrounds tough the back nine the first the first let's see it was tens 10 was really tough i think everyone in our group driver threewood one guiding hit a hybrid burden but that 10 was playing into the into the wind in though in the rain picked up we roasted drives in legit adding the black we i was 230 out the other two guys were like two twenty in to 15 out okay and two guys hit the green just ripped like i kinda ducked hooked up three would like a greenside bunker and then the other two guys just stand up in roasti three what's on agree as like what is going on here nobody's made a par like four holes and he skied sits road rear to create uh but then you get all get through the air the early part of the back nine all eleven still eleven's one my worst memories of all time oh is this the where i found out so yeah aircraft is elegant we gotta hear this the weird this story earlier but frankie wanted to darwin esso um um it's two thousand eleven on twenty four now how old was i you witnesses years ago you'd ain't seen eighteen years old plane about the last shipper 18yearold frankie buzzing down yep laugh took way along them it's an asteroid at and i still didn't get the edges entrusting you own i don't i i'm is that correct yes you're a heck of your alternates year old mayor all the six zero s ice worse on i was actually still caddying the sign while working at the restaurant and did one of my morning loops um this during summer.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"I cannot stress enough how narrow the fairways are like they legitimately gave him a us open with the second fair was like a river fuck and just go ahead writes led looks like right heine little river that cartilage winds up tough parfour uh and then i've actually i wanna get to oversee three is the parthree laws lara three it was playing like 225 meazza every time had a bench on the whole never heard a good sean that all i fucking hate that'll xiao to my guy erica hit went on the green with like a fivewood in than three jacked which was maybe the tsa center important match while yeah he's already he was hitting knack rain is like very we are as you guys had that green which was really one of them now i missed your short right easy up and down do started par par par i was i was buzzing while i was like i'm gonna i'm gonna shoot something in the '70s today and people are gonna i'm gonna like donald trump on they're not going to believe it ended up shooting a four um but then i want to get to the fourth hole is maybe the best parfive in the northeast double decker oh that hole is so falk in good uh the view too i mean uh again this is one that i had seen a million thais on pictures i had read about it a lot of you know people there into there are kind of snobby with course architecture they talk about it like uh tilley hass like greatest parfive ever they call the greatest parfive the northeast another i didn't realize where you could see it from for the first time which is the third green yeah well known yeah and you're like elevated up above the tea even which the tea our number four is an awesome view and on three green you're like well above that t you kind of see it through the trees the first time in her like.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"Dick cart one's interesting because typically enough i'm out it is very dependent on the crowd in the vibe if it's like we're out here were boos in we've got a bluetooth speaker this is going to be chaos use toss everything in a cart you buzz around yeah not a problem uh when you don't want to be pretty much any time it's car path only taken a cart stinks there's nothing worse than dr into a ninety rangel from your ball stop it on the car path grabbing like four clubs run in your ass all the way across the fairway hoping you got the right number hidden rocket allah back over the cart driving up a little bit getting out do it over again stinks yeah so you the situation you described of the bluetooth in the drinking those are those are more my vibes so i'm i'm a big cart guy yeah walking i i would get tired very quickly i'm not in the best shape and i don't want to be sore so i just want to drive around and get drunk in my car in that gulf it is amazing as a thirty year old down how sore i get from just golfing well that's i mean he play you walk et and that's not i mean not a short distance now it's no joke and it's a lot of swings and all that but it's pathetic that like that is what breaks my body down like it's going to a guy walked for a little bit and i swung or golf club you are now at fifty two eur athletic a level you're gonna be the same when you're 60 like you get the ire like 30 is might as we might as well be sixty years old yeah because you're tired from playing golf yeah um so it's tricky at and everybody's different i very much i love walking.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"Five that is how that is how homicide tap because that is built up and builds up until they had a stroke actually matters and in matters a lot and then it just going to be murder town i don't know that i've ever really caught any of our buddies cheating before it and cheating is very different than just idiots that play very relaxed rules are don't know the rules right which is fine like a lot of people use play kind of like proprietary relax rules that you're talking about highly fatima guys in matches right yeah okay so that's a big difference yeah it is but again of its for example there is out of bounds and ever you just say we're playing all out of bounds as like red stakes you take a drop now you're deal that's totally fine on that kind of thing and again there's also people that will you know people that are maybe a fifty or twenty annika they like to drive around every once every three weeks dr roundly cart have a couple of beers have a funding will match with their bodies for five dollars nassau or something and they might think of you hit a lost ball um that you can just drop in that area and hit and they're not cheating they're just like this just what we do unaware what do you think that's very different than someone who's like oh look a bird and they'll drop ubodor pocket had sykes significantly different i think you don't tell him but like i said it this is a guy who's gonna have to deal with this in his own thoughts he's gonna be sin by self somewhere in be like i'm a cheat on the worse than i suck i don't know that's enough for you but um it's tough on there's no doubt about stuff on collected kenny next one jared is a very funny story so.
"bethpage black" Discussed on Fore Play
"Yeah that's true if you're getting together if he talks about you on twitter it's in a negative light you're getting a lion ted or a crooked hillary or any of the other ones that he's done so within other president i think he just like whatever let it go because if the president in it's an honor to be out there but i want to get chirped on twitter by trump so badly yeah i think it's tough you know in the you got secret service out there your player with the president near enough what calm out for shaven strokes i feel like that's one that people can have all kinds of theories but when you're actually out there you're just bite biting your lip you're not sane of all because you're not if to get that invite in the first place he likes you so you'd have to go to the uncomfortable place of being like now he's not going to like me because i am going to tell him this and this and this so you have to have a transition any relationship when most people myself included just want to keep things status quo all the time again this is all uh under the context of allegedly if trump were allegedly shaving strokes or cheating in any capacity uh i'm open i'm hoping he hears this and gets met inserts read off foreplay he'll be awesome four played yeah that'd be great that'd be great publicity for us i wonder what the nickname would be who knows phony foreplay forty phony foreplay failed the failing foreplay ponca there you go of ala sad sad the fell four blade podcast whose numbers were worked out and make it should up uh so the towed to dovetail off of this we had another um from the gallery submission that was very similar and i'm going to i'm curious what you would do in this situation we're kenny from denver colorado who said he has a friend good friend has or his best friends grow it up takes them out to a really nice course that he belongs to once a year they get all kinds of hype every time you know we're gonna have fun match when i go out there really nice place to go once a year every time they go out there.
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