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"bobby jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Sports story of the year. Bobby Jones. Right time available where you get your podcasts on the court last night. 10th right. Tennessee allows just 13 points in the first half 38 points in the game. Rounds. Appalachia Statement 79 to 38 Florida State tops George attacked by 13 27th consecutive home win for the Seminoles and on the women's side. Stanford gets past Pacific Caravan of your passes the late Pat Summitt, becoming the winningest coach in women's college basketball summits. Career, of course, ended prematurely in 2012 when she was diagnosed with early onset dementia summit died in 2016. Are a band of your passenger last night. I hope the pat eyes looking down and happy that, you know, I'm able to still coach and try to take the game to the next level. We're always trying to, you know, bring our a game to the forefront. Have more people enjoy women's basketball on that was a great promoter of women's basketball as I hope I am to. You know, she was a great coach, and I got better because of playing against coaches like Pat Summitt, like Gino Auriemma muffin, McGraw. You know the top coaches in the game? Jody Conrad, So I hope she's smiling. I want to close with this. I know you've had a lot of great players and a lot of great teams. Teams have won titles. Teams have been number one as you are now, but this team right now Tara is being asked. Do things no one else has ever been asked to do the challenges of playing at all in your part of the country are profound. So for this particular group, it's such a bummer like that. Mom can't be there that fans can't be there on this night. But what what is this particular group giving you and are you giving them that that you've never had to ask of any group? That you coached. You're absolutely right. This is by far the most challenging time for me personally, and I've asked our team. I said, your middle name has to be flexible. You know, like we're coming over here, and they didn't They, you know, they play the anthem. You just gotta roll with whatever happens and our team is really, really sticking together on women's basketball players, Men, best ballplayers athletes in general, They're really working hard to, I think, compete and enjoy some kind of decision. Stanford's Tara VanDerveer passing Pat Summitt becoming the winningest coach in women's college basketball. Gino Auriemma is not too far behind. You caught beating Stanford last night career win number 1093 for Auriemma. He's six. Brian Vander Beer. The MBA. James Harden played last night but did not speak Janos attended Combo did speak, smiling after solidifying Supermax extension with the Bucks. We always knew that he was dedicated to and loved the city of Milwaukee. The question remains whether or not he felt that he could win there. And by signing this contract today, he has affirmed that the moves that Milwaukee made in this offseason that general manager John Horse made the commitment that he has to the city. All of that. Has driven him to put pen to paper, ESPN NBA reporter Mallika Andrews, who joins Keyshawn J will in Zubin at 7 45 Eastern this morning. That'll do it for SportsCenter all night. I'm Jane Reynolds K. Jz up next on ESPN radio..

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"bobby jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A little couch potato later on. I don't think I don't think I could eat two slices of everything You know. You look at it doesn't look that the density that might be the densest food On the planet. Like one slice of that rose bodies, deep dish. It's just in the buttery crust, So I'm getting emotional. Just thinking about it was something else. Okay? We'd love to hear from you. What are you doing? Thanksgiving. How are you celebrating? Or what are you cooking? You getting take out where you getting take out from our Is there a restaurant that you go to frequently that you'd like to tell us about? Or are you looking for particular food that maybe reminds you of home or, um, that you can't find that you're looking for David can locate it for you? I promise. Give us a call at 40487207 50. That's 40487207 50. And we're going to the phone lines and speak with Donna. Donna, you're on WSB. How are you today, Miss Donna? E here. Her Donna will put you back on hold and come back to you. What e O you've been over the booze yet? Um, that's pretty close to the spoons. Is it close to me? It's close to you. It's um so the Bobby Jones golf course on North Side you're familiar with that, um was for years. I mean, let's you know affectionately. I call it a It was a dog track. It was like beat up Municipal golf course It was very fun to play. It was cheap. You know, you just kind of roll over there, Not the ball around. They really did a magnificent redo to the whole entire golf course. And the clubhouse just reopened and inside the clubhouse of the Bobby Jones golf Course on Northside Drive is a new restaurant called Booms. I talked about it in a couple weeks ago on the show, and it is one of the coolest. It's like a country club dying like super fancy, but it's really well done beautiful food, and it's got one of the most incredible panoramic views in the city of Atlanta like that. I can't think of only a few other places. You know, like when he's on the river where you stare at the river? Yeah, but the booze this restaurant inside that that clubhouse, um is really, really special and has incredible views, Like a day like today you just sit out Watch the golf course. And it's great foods. I didn't know if you tried that yet. That's a great place to start. My next one tonight. I'm going to bar Makato. Oh, fantastic. Yeah, That's a great place. You haven't been there in a long time. Okay? We're up against a break. And when we come back with love to hear from you for a 487207 $50.404 a 7 to 07 50 remember everything we've talked about on the show..

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Allah Click. Click might be all right. Okay that's enough thanking of Allan Allan. I would like you to come to the microphone. Please explain to me How many different times? You've told me Bobby Jones junior is there. And how many different times? You've told me that Bobby Jones junior is not there a lot eltek. Stop doing that all right. I am planning on talking him at eleven thirty a half to do a radio show Right now we will get to Bobby Jones junior at some point. Thank you for all your service Allen. As badly as I feel for Bobby Jones junior as badly as I want to hear his story and talk to him. Perhaps you should bail Bobby Jones Junior. I mean it's seems like Bobby Jones Juniors taking this show completely off the rails not by any fault of his. I am not laughing at at Bobby Jones. Junior I'm saying he's at a difficult place in another country. Let's let's let's get right to it. It's a means fault. Okay Amine bothering me since yesterday. Saying you have to get this guy on. He's got an interesting story Amino Hassans. Yesterday's bombarding us with. He's got a good youtube channel. You could do something with this. And since then all that Bobby Jones junior has been is a haunting demon in my life and frankly he is clearly possessed Allen because Allen. Thanks did he works for Bobby Jones so we hope to have Bobby Jones junior here in about ten minutes and as I meant to say thank you Allan Right well. That was a very nice way of doing it. Allen does it work for you yet is here working for you. That's what Alan is doing right now. A little bit nicer to Allen. All twelve o'clock hour okay. I appreciate that. He'll he'll be bored up till noon until they drag as disposable running back body out of there and bring in a new a new board op that we will have to try and teach the show and it's a damn shame because I feel like we were getting somewhere with that Bruce. Arians conversation we really were and I'd like to go back to it because I do think that it is rare Stugatz. It is really rare. You tell me all the Times you've seen it for a coach to continually put his name on some version of. That's a bad person. I don't want him near me like you. Don't they talk about that anonymously? But that is not something. This is twice that Bruce. Arians has done this with Antonio Brown where he's like. No I know that guy and what I know makes that guy not be welcome around me. It's super rare. It's not something you hear publicly. It is rare. I can't think of I really at the top of my head can nothing of another coach. Who has put his name on a player in terms of hey doesn't matter where I am doesn't matter what I'm doing. That is not a guy that I want but I do wonder Dan. Do you think like Brady has become sort of a mentor. Tonio Brown and it was. I think fairly obvious that Brady wanted to play with their Tony. Brand so that conversation between Aryans and Brady had to happen before Brady agreed to go there. Right well. Arians hasn't been inconsistent about this guy's not coming on my team whether Brady wants him or anybody else. He just put his name on it again because the only thing keeping the idea of Antonio Brown to the bucks alive is the idea that Brady respects him. It's the only thing that Brady stood by his side when the Patriots released him. It's it's the only the only support than Antonio Brown has had publicly. But what's interesting is Brady wanted. You know he wanted to have a say in personnel. He wanted to be a bit more relaxed. And it's interesting because I think I wonder if Brady said to Bruce Arians. Hey I'm gonNA play quarterback for you. One of the deals is I want to pick some of the guys that I play with her. At least say and now he's being told no much the way. Bill Bell Jack would tell him no. I find that what he or you can pick anybody you want except Antonio Brown Tom. I'm not taking Tony Brown. Like it could be a conversation about how the both of them are going to build the wind now of. Tom Brady over the next year or two. I don't think this is something that Bruce Arians starting his relationship with Brady on by publicly going against him. I'm guessing that he knew when he said that that he's got the backing of his quarterback on whatever those conversations were when Tom Brady was talking to them for ninety straight minutes and he was recruiting them as much as they were recruiting him We talked to Alan next. Alan till twelve and Bobby Jones Junior. Possibly that is straight talk..

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"GonNA happen they have. There's no room in probably the mud but this is interesting. Well there is room though. 'cause you lost pyramid. I don't know if he's if he says. I'm coming in on the veteran minimum coach. I just want to play with Tom. You still wouldn't find a way to get him in. Wow is it just? Because you don't trust the what he can do to the culture why so steadfast that you would not give it a chance I just. I just know women if not fit in our locker room that Bruce Arians put his name on that a while ago to Bruce. Arians was the only one putting his name back before when Antonio Brown was getting into all that trouble in every team was still lining up to see. Can we get in the Antonio Brown game? Bruce Arians is saying no. I know that person bad person do not want him near my huddle. Plus he has pretty good wide receivers. He Has Mike Evans and he has Chris Goblin so he doesn't need Antonio Brown. The other teams might need Tonio Brown. But Yeah Bruce. Arians is telling you. That's that's a guy. I don't want my locker room not just here in any locker room. I'm in just doesn't want him there and he doesn't know him from his time over in. Pittsburgh he knows that coaching staff quite well as a really good job by here too quickly. Point out you do have the room for him because Perriman just signed elsewhere and he's like well then flatly I will tell you. He is not a fit here which is a curious. Public stands for Bruce Arians. Because everything that you've read about Tom Brady is Tom Brady. Would like to still play with Antonio Brown we were told by Seth wicker Sham that he Antonio Brown sees Tom. Brady is some sort of mentor. Tom Brady has taken an interest in getting Antonio Brown back on his feet so so to take a public stance So quickly against perhaps one of his quarterback wishes Bruce Arians showing you. Who's boss or at least showing Tom Brady and the public? I- WHO's boss on a second? Forgive me forgive a why are you laughing? Why are you laughing? Well I was. I heard while Mike was delivering his opinion there. I heard from Alad up brisk though I mean this. Show the audience. What twelve o'clock gallon bothering me? One more time with this crappy Bobby Jones junior phone line and while we're doing our show. Please stop telling us that Bobby Jones junior there. And he's not there because you've been doing it for fifteen straight minutes bobby. Jones will wait until eleven thirty now and we will talk to him then. No matter who's phone that he had we were pretty set on that plan. Do not listen. I didn't say that or start laughing for you. Don't lash out at poor Allen who's up in Bristol who probably shouldn't even be working right now and is putting in an extra forty five minutes for our show along with cliff and along with Bubba. You should not be lashing out at those guys at Bobby Jones Junior under quarantine you could make up and we'll eight fifteen minutes. Let's get the group together here and start the chance that Chris. Cody is doing in the privacy of his home because he's teaching his daughter about forgiveness. Thank you.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Nfl Commissioner Roger Goodell Sunday League wide memos saying that the NFL draft will go on as scheduled April. Twenty third through the twenty fifth when asked if the buccaneers were interested in signing Antonio Brown head. Coach Bruce Arians said quote yet. It's not going to happen. There's no room and probably not enough money but it's not going to happen. It's not a fit here. Okay at finally. Atv News reporter filming a segment at Yellowstone National Park. Shed video of the moment. He decided to flee an oncoming heard. Vice it dion. Braxton was preparing to record a segment of the Parks Kovic nineteen shutdown Wednesday for NBC Montana when he spotted some bison headed into his direction. Braxton camera was rolling when the reporters spot of the Bison decided to smartly leave the area. He posted the now viral video an herb responses from multiple celebrities including Dion Sanders Cope. I don't blame you namesake. Somebody has to tell the story. Sanders tweeted funny for all the latest headlines Formation during the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the debt. So hasn't suggested that we talked to Bobby Jones. Junior you could follow him on. He's got his own YouTube channel. It's well produced. You can follow him on twitter instagram. Bobby's world eighty four. He has been playing Italy for a while. You may be remembered played for a handful of NBA teams and and then he went over and his played in Italy. And Right now he is in quarantine and his daughter is in the United States. I don't think they have any interaction other than facetime. So Bobby Jones. Junior joins us now from from Italy. What is the city? You're joining us from Bobby. I can't hear him. Can you guys hear him. We will try and get him back up a second and figure out what it is. That is happening there. Because he's joining us from Italy and I did want to talk to somebody who's in in the middle of being stock but since we have not been able to refined him. Let's talk about Tiger King instead. Because I know that billy and Chris had finished to God's I'm assuming you have finished it as well we will try to get Bobby Jones junior here in a moment. Mike Ryan just got done here. Talking to David Samson for about forty five minutes for a local hour broadcast just sort of reviewing the tiger king. So let's let's start billy now that it's finished now that it's over. What is your final. What is your final analysis of the thing that captured America during a very specific time in American history was.

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Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford

GOLF.com Podcast

11:04 min | 1 year ago

Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford

"Are we are here at Riviera Country Club at genesis invitational all the newly named Invitational Status We're like what thirty thirty five steps from the Hogan Statue with a very important man. We don't have Mr Hogan in here sitting with us but Geoff Shackelford is here. He has a ton of history here at Riviera Country Club. What I WANNA know is in the La Dolf power rankings whereas Geoff Shackelford? George kisses up there now. He's high we continue to include. It's not if they're on the list I'm not on. The list is Tiger California Golfer at this point Scott a deserted us but coming back to host the genesis I think gets him back in full Full status on the list La I don't know he's more of an Orange County guy but but we're very happy to have you on on Martin. Yes he's moved to. So yeah I'm doing well network so like I said you have a ton of history here and you wrote the history book here. What is probably most interesting to me is like where does your history begin? Where like you have been around this place for for your entire life? You still live view very close. So where does all begin for you. Here you know I was very lucky my Dad was in the Gulf business and he joined here when I was about fifteen about several sixteen and so I got to play the course a lot. It was crazy place at that time. It was a public off-course of course essentially it was very busy but we would have to put our name on a board and wait two hours to get out now. They do like twenty five thousand rounds a year and it's ultra private yeah So it was is a Just a great way to kind of I was always interested in course design and history and obviously being here. And then you start kind of off Absorbing who's walked these grounds and every great American Golfer has has played including Bobby Jones and didn't really like the course it probably. It seems it was too hard to him when it opened. He made a comment. And there's a picture of him and his hairs you know. His hair was never out of place and he's just looks like he's been in a timely dyslexia commensurable and it's in our history book. I loved that photo because it was like. Oh well that that matched his quote and his only beef was of course was too hard but then he go through. You know. Nicholas didn't win in here but he got close and then every other great player probably in in the upper echelons has one here except tiger. And Jack Jack. Isn't that crazy. It's it's nuts 'cause it's generally rewarded. Great players and Jack came so close Momeni many times I mean the PGA the senior open L. A. Opens. It's kind of it's kind of like tiger. Tiger hasn't played here as much right. Yes played thirteen times Yaldo now hard on himself. He's made it like this is going to be one of the strongest longest fields in the entire year. He has made it more difficult decided to ignore the event during the like real real prime of his career. He did. He had reasons. The Greens weren't as good back. Then and you know how he feels about POA so that was part of it and then he had a bad experience here. Two thousand six where he played he was a little under under the weather? Steve Williams did not pack an umbrella and we had a surprise rain radar quite even then like we have now our forecasting like we have now which is amazing to think that was only thirteen years ago. Yeah gets wet gets more sick and then he was staying the east of the golf course which you don't do. The one negative of this tournament were staying West. You're staying West which I asked Dylan quickly Early on in in these discussions laying the groundwork for this this seminal podcast recording That you do not stay east of the course. And for whatever reason he was and he got caught It's the worst time of year. There's just everybody's working Hollywood's worrying every school's in session. Yeah and he got stuck in like an hour and a half track just to get to the four oh five. I was in eighth grade at this point so he did not come back after that and I actually asked him the first year he was coming back in involved in this I said you you are staying West. Gov Corsini laughed and he goes so he learned his lesson anyway but but to my story here so I just fell in love with the history and Emmy it's as historic course as there is in the United States just in terms of the people who've been here the architecture the movie stars Yeah we just had the Oscars last night. Yeah and everything about this place has just been nuts in terms of the history and then the location. I mean you guys do win the award for the best podcast location mile eighteenth with the ocean view and yeah. It's pretty sincere water. We can see number ten. This is my first time at revere. My first time seeing number ten in their Saints Saints Tenth. It should be interesting. We've got a downpour yesterday. So I'm glad though it it's been very cold here and when it gets cold. Green gets little borderline these two of the best of holds the PGA tour in near optimum. Or do you not feel that way. Yeah Oh yeah absolutely I mean. I have some conflicted feelings about the tenth of late as a lot of the players who it has been getting a little border line tricky. That's why I said it was nicer to rain yesterday because when the green gets pushing like thirteen and a half can get a little goofy and then yeah eighteen means. It's it's it's kind of bizarre hole and a lot of ways because tough the bunkers don't really mean much it's a blind tee. Shot is not much around the green and yet everybody everybody loves it. It's near the bunkers. Now they're only play for a bad golfer in. Yeah yeah they're they're there for looks more than anything so it's it's kind of bizarre finish and yet over the years it's produced all these great moments and the amphitheater I think is the thing that you just can't grasp on television. There's nothing like golf because it's it's not only is it able to host a lot of people but it's vertical and and the noise when there's a moment there is. There's nothing like getting golf because it's so vertical so on top of the green that it's just that's why so many people love to sit there on Sunday. How long does it take you to write in research research and do all the work for a course history like this place? I mean that has to take you countless weeks. Yeah I was really lucky. It was fi out a full year to work on it. I propose that after college when I realized I couldn't play over you I was twenty three ten and They had the PGA coming up and they wanted to do something. And so I- proposed it. And I had some great help from older members and Jim Murray wrote the foreword the Great La Times on this show who I got to know during the Greens project project here. which really got me interested in golf? Course design okay He wrote a wonderful forward about the course so that was an incredible and on the twenty three year. Old doing this work. I like anything I showed my passion for it and my interest. You know when you get older and you meet people who are younger. Who who appreciate history St Tell You you can tell you can see it and you want to help them? So I've kind of become the same way with people have shown interest in golf history and yeah So there are a lot of incredible. The people around here at the time and the owner is very passionate about the history and the as he should be because the more you tell the story of this place the more you realize holy cow now. There's nothing quite like Riviera in American golf in terms of again not just tournament history architecture. Then you have the added element of of celebrity and I'm that just just And then just having so many events here and the Events Higher Olympics twenty twenty eight so yeah it's got Everything coming here. Yeah I did know some of those stories. Because you know we can get kind of East Coast centric you can get Florida's centric when it comes to PGA Tour especially you know half the top twenty living in Jupiter Ram what is it about La Golf. That is different and do you have any of these favorite Brit stories about celebrities playing the game playing at these clubs around here. It's an odd town town. I have no problem. Yeah confessing passing that. It's not America's greatest city. Yeah for a couple of reasons. the the exclusive clubs are very exclusive on. The beauty of Riviera's is that it does open. Its doors to turnament so we all get to come and enjoy at once a year with the greatest players in the world. That's nice which you don't always get La Country Club is going to host the US Open in a few years. That's incredible Again knowing their history but we have we have an odd dichotomy of these elite gray golf courses uses and then the public of course seen isn't great the city of La isn't so hot in the way they maintain the courses and they've Kinda let them go and we have we have the the facilities are just like a lot of cities. Is there more. I mean we have a homeless problem. So it's like how can you be spending money. It's tough so and they have a lot of layers. So it's it's a weird city in that sense not a lot of places to hit balls. And yet you go to Rancho Park and just like places back east amazing characters It's pretty used to produce a lot of really good golfers. And they're always characters on the range just hitting balls and Studio City Range. She's to be famous for the celebrities. Who went there probably still go there although it's not long for this world so it's a it's a weird town that way and then obviously stars and that was one of the fun things going back to the to your question the book Just stuff like that. Humphrey Bogart used to you. Know hear it on the broadcasts become become almost a drinking game you know. He's the love the just get completely sauced out there on the twelfth leaning against that tree and Jim Murray was wanted always sitting there so he'd ride about it and that kind of how passed along But there are you know we have a it's interesting because the celebrity L. Minute Riviera Kinda started more with the Polo Club. Okay which is where. You'll be parking this week. Paul Revere Junior high well. Let's it's only Monday makes somebody mad. You may see me on the middle school show. The Riviera really struggle like a lot of clubs in the thirties with with golf because the depression but the Polo Club was the place to be. I mean it would. They had a Sunday Polo game Or match and and Clark Gable will rogers was kind of a host Just the double. Douglas Fairbanks Mary. Pickford all these uh-huh that's the biggest celebrities of the day and that kind of kept everything going the Polo Lounge the Beverly Hills hotel famous restaurant and bars called the Polo Lounge. Because that's that's where they went after the Polo but I mean they used to get big crowds for it. It was the thing that kind of kept all this going. So it's funny. How when you look at the history of the place you think Riviera and they had these great tournaments in the late twenties golf then? The depression Paulo. The Khanna kept it going whereas other places struggle.

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Guy on roller coaster catches stranger's phone in mid-air

The Bobby Bones Show

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Guy on roller coaster catches stranger's phone in mid-air

"So an athlete is on a roller coaster has to ride in Spain and he plays this ball so I guess probably good with his reflexes but a guy on the ride dropped his cell phone and then as the roller coaster or starts to like I don't know take off and then go down boom. The cell phone goes in the air and this guy riding the roller coaster sticks is in the air and catches the guy cell found. It was an athlete. I just see because it's up on my twitter. Mr Bobby Jones Yeah. I just got a camera on them like a Selfie Cam and all of a sudden move rollercoaster go down. He just throws his hand up and catch the phone. He looked back because I got your phone is crazy totally nuts well yes so he just so happens to be an athlete which I gave him. The skills do that but still even if you're crazy athlete who cares is still so impressive you have to see the video

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Not Ready to Dismount

In The Gate

11:54 min | 1 year ago

Not Ready to Dismount

"Great american golfer of the early twentieth century bobby jones remarked after you're watching jack nicklaus win the nineteen sixty five masters nicklaus played a game with which i am not familiar you could say the same for jockey frankie dettori tori who is having a year with which most racing observers are unfamiliar twelve group one wins already at the time of this recording and more than four months still left in the the year. Epa ties is now getting a split. He's running back while they on the outside. Brando has moved up advertised seeks to advertise takes the lead eight again and advertise came away to win advertise man of the mind that frankie dettori yet again dettori just four group one wins away from his best ever season two thousand one when he took sixteen considering what he's been through in his career and his age forty eight frankie's performance this year has been absolutely lutely remarkable. We'll get into all of that. As we welcome in a man who's had a pretty good see to watch several of dettori's group on wins this year veteran race caller richard hoiles oils who joins us once again here on the gate. One is struck you the most about the year that frankie has put together well to totally is confidence right. He's he's one of those. I'm sure you have the equivalent in in the u._s. When things begin to go well tori whether it be on a single card as in that day when he read the seven winners <hes> alaska ascot and when he had the first for the role meeting this year <hes> he really does seem to be able to ride to a different level. It's exactly the opposite when things go badly you know so you get the the trembling lip and the psyche so slightly sulky demeanour they just appears at this period which which really started with an awareness victory in the oaks has just laid to an astonishing level of performance in in the top races. Just okay the numbers. He's any twenty i in the junkies table in the u._k. In terms of number of winners he's any ash britain's thirty three winners in the u._k. And yet nine of those have been group one successes and if you were to rearrange the table on prize money he would be taught by over if a two million so. I think it's partly overseas writing very good horses which i'm sure we'll come on but it's also that innate competence which seems to be so important to the way that he rides well. That's a question that comes up both in horse racing and automobile racing is how much of his success is the writer and how much is the set of horses. He's been writing like enabling arlen stratovarius. I think that's a that's a fair now that he's not stick anyone in a nice call for you and certainly for me to one for europe you know most people you could win a mercedes for me the one guy lining up on the grid in that particular race there are a few races which dettori has one through pretty instant star catches is victory and the irish jokes where you stack them up and then ran away from them was was one of those but that he needs to be honest in the king george the thing too frank is he's not someone want to travel the length and breadth of the country looking small winners so it was important to him to have a big retainer. I used to be godolphin when he lets godolphin. Most people thought that would be the end of things and he's stumbled was good enough to get the cats at job at the right time when that sort of began to drift away is really the association with john gosden. That's taken things things to a new level. If you look at the twelve group one sees success these had in europe since the oaks in early june right the way through to the march instigate with advertise you'd go stratovarius as you mentioned you'd go to enable you had to dawn halts. He finally came to the party and won a couple of of group ones and and then scattered around you'd go go to coronet. You've got the ones that are still can't shoot. It's probably only gonna win one so yes it's definitely underpinned by having a good stable and but really able stratovarius the two that are underpinning success old. She's that a finding. We haven't got the younger who's coming speech then then so they're running runs heidi like it continued particularly with the naval your next week if she goes yorkshire so you could conceivably be talking about dettori writing fifteen fifteen group one winners twelve of them in the u._k. So it is already his most successful season for group one successes domestically. I was just looking okay again. Some of the numbers and if you had up the period between two thousand nineteen and twenty eight so in two thousand eight nine in twenty five seasons he only and he wrote in group one winners in total in that period and yet for many people that would have been almost successful period for me as a whole that it would be now in terms of winners but knowing at this late stage career is forty eight is quite astonishing. He did many sipping longtime ago nineteen ninety nine. There's no record ryan more trump top fifteen and seventeen but i suppose the other point to make his you made the point about the the top table eight named brian hasn't visited often often he often does in this country good three year olds and mike mcgraff is the anthony van dyck samosas happened gone on to be superstars and as a result the door has been left more than for for the golden rule is to sort of through so maybe that's the other side of the coin. Is that eight no brian. He's had a reasonable season but he hasn't dominated to the same degree as yes. He did the year when he record for the number of group one successes in in in twelve months right around the globe. I wanna go back to what you were saying about the the frankie dettori and godolphin for those of our listeners who don't remember frankie dettori had written exclusively for godolphin since nineteen ninety four when sheikh mohammed had started godolphin a dolphin that arrangement ended in two thousand twelve when to tori tested positive for cocaine. What thoughts did you have at that time about. Whether dettori would not just returned to the sport but returned to the pinnacle of the sport. I think many people thought that it was entirely questionable and to be fair if he founded for quite debates around the the twenty thirteen fourteen periods he was really saved by the introduction of because he was never going to cool boy he had the occasional ride but he wasn't certainly certainly going to have the quantity of rides that he'd he'd had through godolphin. The saving grace fahim was probably the beginning of the association with cats because he made noises about yeah. I'm gonna come back. I'm gonna compete for the title but those that know frankie no he just would not put in the miles and the dedication that's necessary. It's not like your system. You know in the estates where you based at the the one place period of time. It's the travel kills championship ambitions in this country. It's done by the number of wins so as a result the prize money honey. That's he's guiding through the big. Success is largely irrelevant. It's just one win of the same as it would be on a wet windy monday. Nights were hamilton dettori would never go for those sort of rights so i think many people felt that it would be a slow demise and probably the end <hes> but he stumbled across good horses at the right time and that that was important particularly i think old it was quite important in putting him back on the map with another dumpy win and a very very good ride in in new york and of course he was involved with other decent. These these cats are like travel initially even though that ended in tears as regards his association with her so he was saved really by his ability to put out big race successes but that period we mentioned twenty ten thirty two to twenty fourteen was really his barren spell in twenty-fifty things have really picked up a say go on how to do with that but obviously association with john gosden which came through likes the golden goose have been particularly significant and to your point. He's started just about a quarter of the number of races that ashim murphy has and yet as you say way ahead in the money total. We're talking with veteran british. Just race caller richard hoiles here on the

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"bobby jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That was Lou Williams. You just heard right there. That's a great line. It's their mistake for looking ahead. So that's on them. I love this guy. And also my like your fascination with Lou Williams said I've got kind of a similar thing going on. Where like I'm looking at it. His look it's his whole Bill like he's very slight. Let me tell you the story. So last night the games ending. And I'm just sitting there stunned like everybody else, and I decided to I went with fish. And j b because I thought this. Totally. But I thought right at the end of the game. I said, I don't think NBC sports Barry's going to get a clipper. But I bet TNT will. So I switched over to TNT for the final call. Sure enough it ended and her name Kirsten lead low is that her name she grabbed Lou Williams. And and I she was asking these questions and Louis answer Williams. I was really just focusing on Lou Williams. I know first of all let's start with the fro. Clearly, he's got like curly hair. It's slightly puffy and unfashionable in kind of uncapped starts, I kind of far back on his head like the hairlines way back while his girlfriend 'n wife like it. We'll get to that. Just a second hang on. Because I want to go through the physical, then we'll get into the career all hand wife. So then then there's a sadness to the I o. I have the eyes are just they're deep and sad, man. Who's never been to a title. Maybe never gotten his do even though he's been a six man of the year twice. Right. And then and then just the shears fragility of his Bill. He's six one one seventy five he's cagey though, man curry towers over that guy and his way more buff than him is very slight. So he's he's he's got. He's got the body. You know, what he looks like what it looks like the NBA players of our youth. Yes. That's players used to look at south bad. Call Bobby Jones. You know, your cheeks as he got any number of they buff. Like Steph looks like a modern play. He's seen a trainer. He's hired a guy. He's got he's done it all he's all buffed out yoked up. So then I started just poking around his career and coach was upgrading may chastising me for sleeping on his years in Philly. Everybody's testing dead. I slept on his years in Philly. What do you mean you weren't while we're in like you weren't religiously following five Sixers ball? You're because you're not the average sports fan. He's a higher standard. I like that about fest that the NBA when the warriors went through their Cohen era, my NBA radar drooped. It really did. Oh, totally. You can see a doctor for that too. By the way, they give you pills. Yeah. They can take care of that totally. But anyway, the point is is that I was covering the forty Niners. And then I was covering the golf then. And then we started here we were doing the giants and the warriors were so irrelevant all do like when the pistons for ripping off MBA titles, and even Tim Duncan. I was sort of like, yeah. You know what? My warriors sucked. So I'm out. Right. And so that was when Lou Williams was carbon his career and Bonnie, Jill noted that she's known a little bit about him. Where'd you learn this by Jill when he was at the Lakers. Yeah, he had a girlfriend and a wife and then girlfriends, but they and it's not like, you know, like they know about each other's. I'm saying and they would live under the comfortable. It's like a love commune. It's like a modern day kind of commune thing. He's got going on. Down there. They got mad his girlfriend for cheating on him with another guy. That's what. Well, low sorry man this adds to the mystique. Under the same kind of like getting him to the basketball version of prince, you know, what I mean like prince prince's Manson is just like women wandering around the halls and stuff. He's got Lou girlfriend and a wife he likes the three pointer right there. On a freaking Thursday..

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Big 98

"I got nothing to say. That big a bonus for ratings. Oh, I don't even know that I get ratings. Because we're on so many stations. I don't even think that's the thing anymore. Used to get good ones that anyway. Mr. Bobby Jones, you see everybody about that think. Think gosh, like people just need to find first of all I just knew sake. So I was like why would they even think that you would do something like that? And then second of Mike. Okay. Let's say you did who cares. Like fine other things story about. Yeah. Yeah. Hey radio people. Go worry about your shows. That's probably why you don't have stack money on your desk. Like I do. Anyway, don't worry. I keep all their names in a book, Amy. I'm sure that. No, no, I do. 'cause I I'm gonna tell you this. I'm a good person. I worked held a lot of people in radio and television and just people, and I and I don't treat people wrong. And they wanna get on a bash men. They don't even know me. Okay. I got I got all their names in a little book from all the stuff. I can't travel hits. You check your little book is it now medical and you're like, I don't just take my book. Amy. I have exactly what they said how save everything. Okay. Would you ever have grace on all the time all the time? Yeah. See you're like, okay. Well, this person said this. But that's okay. I'm so no, I say you said this how do you feel about that? Actually, that's never happened. I do have a book. Anyway. All right. I've been thinking about you thought Amy that that a little kitty cat walked up pundit across the room that picture from Instagram. But then once people start to like throw fits and get your tainted. I think it's fine. I just leave it up.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Are you one of those guys? You don't see it? It's never happened. Yeah. Exactly. Tell me about Bobby Jones cones paid linebacker the nineteen thirties. And all that. I don't Bobby Jones cone all those names. Not gonna do they got three or four names. And he was drained here. He was the greatest moment. I didn't see it. Sorry. Didn't it? This was the beginning to end right things. This is that last album. Yeah. This is. Nobody humping around. Doc day. Then you watch documentaries and find out this make believe they too for some hoping later, we got some stuff. How do you say in Spanish again anthro photo? Yes. Yes. Here. Hold on one second Travis. No body humping around. Humping around my bags hurt. But I still got a little little something something Rams and the raiders added defensive players yesterday time for keys, take it or shake it. But. So in a rundown drivers, they should have been ready. They should have been ready. We thought that it might happen. It did happen. The Rams at linebacker pass rushing specialist. Clay Matthews to a two year deal. Take it or shake key taking for the Rams. Linebacker, and it's not cost him a whole lot of money. They gave them a two year deal, which is really a one year deal with a try out or one year deal with a pardon. The second year where they say, hey, we're going to give you this as a going away present the thing with him is he's got to stay healthy hit three and a half sacks last year. You know, if he can stay healthy, he certainly could provide some depth obviously to that defense in way Phillips somewhat minute Namur with him for quite some time. Now, he finally gets an opportunity to put his hands on him. We'll see if he has gas. Let's Say say isn't isn't this? this funny getting to do ever somebody who can't seem that they used to have a is always feel that way? Though, they always want to touch you in the end when you're on your way out because they think they can get that last bit. Jeff hide. No. You got one knew. He's a little bit of a change in scheme in what they're doing going to benefit him at all. Or is it just it look is birth certificate is what it is his dominant in the NFL is what it is. And this is what it is. He has a formerly great football player who isn't anymore. Well, I think you gotta look at he could play inside linebacker to because he did that a couple years for the Green Bay Packers as well. As the stand up outside linebacker on the rush side. So if you if you looking at it when they lose baron, and you say, okay, they saved themselves six and a half million dollars by allowing him to go in a pickup. Clay Matthews deca, do some things with sue not soon necessarily, but with Donald and those guys in front of them, then it's a win win for why not take why not take a stab at what you got to lose. Yeah. I mean as long as they're not doing it at the expense of somebody who might be better young. And it doesn't feel like they are. Somebody. I don't know if they can find somebody that can do it at a cheaper value. Then a guy who's already been doing it for ten years. Are we going to get a? Georgia to since we picking up all the. Packers. We don't need that to happen. The Ramsey because Aaron Donald gets to the quarterback as often as he does as tackle in his getting twenty sacks season. But fact of the matter is the Rams did not get to the quarterback. They're kind of in the middle of the pack when it comes to sacking the quarterback this maybe gives them a little bit of an extra advantage go to the raiders, and we talked that they were visiting yesterday. It's official vaunt has birthed one year five million dollar deal with the raiders take it or shake it keep going to take sake. Here's the interesting thing about taking this one is because when you look at birth. He's you know, he's had some issues on the football field. But that's what I that's what I want though on my team. I want the nastiness I want a guy that's playing violent..

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"bobby jones" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

"My boys from school, and we go with like, it's however twelve and Eric an all day thing and your shirt or some beers and phone and you're playing, you know, ended up don't everything. That's the beauty of the game. You know? And he doesn't have to be some top, hundred course. And that's great too. That's a fine answer just saying for me. That's what that's what it is. All right. So give me the dream force them. Give me Scott fan. Palca? Choose three guys three people to play golf with who was Scott at don't choosing. This is an issue given before. But it's it's it's absolutely is genuine answers. I can give you in this in this conversation. My dad, my grandpa, my stepfather all passed away when these young for me and feathered early played. So if I like, if I wave magical on could meet him over I e we wouldn't have a lot to catch up on and they stuck at golf, so it would take forever. So like three guys that never got to see my life kinda play out. That would be gotta be dream. But I mean, if you wanna talk about just, you know, in the Gulf world, I think I think it'd be hard to tell you gotta have any else because Ernie would make sure there to a drink cart. Wigan right. He want to be all time. Jim in in in history. I think you need all the Palmer just he's you know, the king the king. And then give me give me an old time. He got give me like give me like, Bobby Jones. Just so we can talk about like what it was like the play golf with a stick in a rolled up Roebuck sock. If. Bobby Jones flying with Bobby Jones acquitted for back in the day. Goes you guys back in the day. Ears. You get Ernie Els in the mix because he's one of the true gems in the world. So that that'd be that'd be my my my Gulf war some book, my the other dream force. It would be the three guys. I mentioned the family members that sadly left me too. So I got I love that answer. Because I as my dad gets older I cherish each round that I play with him we play off in and I cherish cherish each one more and more with each passing. You've gotta and it's like I got a little I got very late. And at some point if they wanna play I I just I wanted his mum around with you know, what it is for meters like delete delete onto sun, and whether you're driving or walking out for just that time, a shot, a laboratory or whatever like those those moments of the kind of pictures you having your brain. When you lose your arms like was telling my wife. Like when you're down just took the picture in your mind, you know, 'cause that's lives there. That's what those that's those times. When you've got all, of course, about I'll be joying one of those times right after you, and I are done here. By the way, I tell my wife, I tell my wife all the time like I have told for you. She just found out. This is not the policy at the club. But I said, hey, I can't use the phone on. The course what in actuality we can use the phone, of course. But unbeknownst to her I've been reading that rule made up role for six years. So she won't call me when I'm playing I don't wanna be bothered when playing golf it's one place. Leave me alone. That's myself Asian club that I did. I am an out of. Off the phone actually is like a forbidden thing and people take it seriously. When I went there, I was like the rude. But didn't know anybody I pulled the phone out. And I might as well have just pulled my pants down. Like, I might as well, no athletes. Could you? Disgusting animal proponent. You say that would have been less of a reaction actually pulled your pants..

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Basketball Hall of Fame announces finalists for 2019

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Basketball Hall of Fame announces finalists for 2019

"Thirteen finalists were announced for enshrinement into Basketball Hall of fame. Paul Westphal joins Jack seek Marcus Johnson. And Ben Wallace says first time finalist. There are nine previous finalist back on the list this year. Notably time all stars. Chris Webber in Sydney Moncrieff, eight time first team defensive player. Bobby Jones two time NBA coach of the year. Bill Fitch, women's basketball pioneer, Teresa, Weatherspoon and four-time college. Coach of the year, Eddie Sutton, the final decision for September. Induction will be made an

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"bobby jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"I mean, he was horrible in the FedEx finished twenty four shots behind Tiger Woods, but he talked about why the US has an advantage this year. We just need to to come here ready to play. And I think the FedEx Cup is a big asset for us. I think it's a big asset for the US players because in the past we've had six weeks off in between our last competition and the Ryder Cup and this year, although we might be tired. We might have a little long stretch. Our games are are much sharper because of our consistent play weekend or week out heading into this event. Good point for everybody else except Phil Phil's playing lousy only break or something. I don't know how much help he's going to be with the team. But this all gets underway in the wee hours American time from France. Albatross course of LA golf national looking forward to that. That's going to be a lot of fun team USA. I also just to kind of follow up on the point of tiger playing awesome right now, and Phil not playing awesome. Good. I was pretty geeked up about the thanks giving was the match between these two areas. Thanks, dan. Right now is this thing gonna be interesting. Phil was joking yesterday about maybe tiger giving him shots. You know, that ain't happening. No, sir. That is not happening. There was another light moment yesterday when tiger was holding court with the press. He was asked to name the the mount Rushmore of golf is the way of saying. All right. Who are the top four all time. And he rattled off. Sam snead. Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus that he paused for a moment. And said me, of course, of course, we put them on there. It was just funny. It's funny. When you hear somebody talking of themselves in in in terms like that and and just one me. Did not mention Ben Hogan or Arnold Palmer. I think I like his Liz look Sam Snead had he's one eighty two events. That's what Tigers chasing because tiger has has eighty PGA tour win. Sam Snead was seven majors as well. It's never won the US open, but was runner up. I think four times I think Bobby Jones on that list. Founded and designed Augusta co founder of the masters, right? Not bad top amateur all-time. Sure, you go put him on the list goes out saying Jack Nicklaus is going to be on that list as well as eighteen majors nineteen second places in majors as well. So and then there's this tiger eighty wins and the fourteen so look I'm looking forward to this. This was this was a lot of fun watching tiger progress. You know, we talk about a lot in sports about the process and tiger talked about the process almost ad nauseam. And maybe this is just tiger speak. But we could see we could see it happening. You know, one week is driver was failed on and he starts working on that. And then early on in the comeback the Potter Lawson. He switched putters two or three times. And then went back to the original. And then he's he's got a doubt in and we could see it. We saw we saw the greatest we saw the greatness. We saw the rest of the field kind of coward just a little bit with that greatness. And nobody had ever seen a seen like on eighteen on Sunday where the whole crowd was just filling it around. You know, there was a similar Nike commercial where it shows a crowd huddling around real quick. That was all CGI. Now, we saw it happened in real life. And it was fun. And you're like where's tiger? And that message people all of a sudden the red shirt comes out from the crowd. And it was a moment. It was a moment in sports this weekend. And even the crowd starting to cheer USA USA. They're getting ready for the Ryder Cup to and it's going to be a lot of fun this weekend starting on on Friday morning. So coming up, we're gonna talk a little football a lot of football. What is going on with Minnesota? They have got a situation there with Everson Griffen. That is scary. We'll have some details on that. I'm Craig Shimano for Michael junior. This is first and last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Unfortunately is one in the direction. Having a lot of people don't like bands are really infuriated by what is happening right now. This is gonna.

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Senate, Colorado River and Commodore discussed on Jay Talking

Jay Talking

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Senate, Colorado River and Commodore discussed on Jay Talking

"Colorado river in southeast. California four people are missing and nine others are injured critically. After two boats collided correspondent Maria. Theory Al has more all sixteen people were injected passing voters were

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"bobby jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A few years ago a rare talent hit country music radio where the storm been blessed to call him a friend along the way and i was actually was doing i was hosting the national radio hall of fame and the other day about about six months ago i guess he was being inducted so i got to talk about him then and it was so kind to let me say this you come up and you know what we do is we pick this is bobby bobby sorry so just to talk yeah so by the way they put me on the radio hall of fame and i think it's a bit early right i know it's premature but you're the youngest member ever to be admitted to the radio hall of fame you deserved it okay well that's debatable but we go in and we pick someone induct us and so you know someone's been instrumental my career and you go up and say words and you crush it you have me almost crying and i'm going like you stole all the amazing thunder it was the nicest thing anyone's ever said about me in my career all in get this date so my name is bobby bones and in that this is the story of my career they're introducing me into the radio hall of fame before you come on and they introduced me is bobby jones oh yeah and so at this point i'm little untilt i'll be honest i'm like they don't even know who i am and you came up and you were so kind and you've had an impressive career brother i'm proud of you know you've got protocol your friend were both here in nashville and of course iheart syndicate you out of here and you guys are on what several hundred stakes station spent a good it's been a good run you know and one in canada to now which is awesome so it's fun second book coming out that's what we're here to talk about second number one bestseller this one lands and i love the title i love titles like this because it means there's good stuff inside fail until you don't fight grind and repeat fight grind and repeat a friend of mine named john maxwell wrote a book years ago called failing forward and my contention is is that no one is a success we just continue to experiment some of us have experimented more than others and it leaves a mark sometimes yeah for me my whole story is i really don't have this one talent that transcends me in any way like i don't have that talent but what i do have and what i talk about in this book is that we all have that dry we all want to drive towards something it may not be the same thing we may not have a career drive when they want to be a better mom and so but what i have is the drive in the effort and i think if you have that you can create these openings that you're searching i wanted to show that in this book that the people that are the most successful aren't the most talented always just don't quit they just don't quit i did a tedtalk and i went in and they said well let's talk about and i did this talk called winning by losing what i did is i showed people who we think of as the most successful people in really peeled back let's really look at this that they've actually just failed the most and that was the inspiration for the book that's cool we tell people all the time the gleaming mountain of success is actually a pile of garbage you're just standing on it instead of land under it you just got the cupcake sprinkles you're seeing the on the very top that's what it is fail until you don't fight grind and repeat and what people don't realize about radio i mean you do four hours a day five five hours a day i do three hours a day that i think there's people that come into our business and oh that's fun and they don't realize it is fight grind repeat do fifteen hours of live radio a week you do thirty or whatever it turns out twenty something hours live radio week and we enjoy what we do we're having fun were on the.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A few years ago a rare talent hit country music radio where the storm been blessed call him a friend along the way and i was actually what was i doing i was hosting the national radio hall of fame and the other day about about six months ago i guess and he was being inducted so i got to talk about him then and it was so kind to let me say this debt you come up and you know what we do is we pick some this is bobby bobby i'm sorry so yeah so by the way they put me on the radio hall of fame and i think it's a bit early right i know it's premature but you're the youngest member ever to be admitted to the radio hall of fame you deserved it okay well that's debatable but we go in and we pick someone induct us and so someone's been instrumental my career and you go up and say words and you crush it you have me almost crying and i'm going there's no like you stole all the amazing thunder it was the nicest thing anyone's ever said about me in my career hall and get this date so my name is bobby bones and in that this is the story of my career they're introducing me into the radio hall of fame before you come on and they injuries and his bobby jones oh yeah and so at this point i'm little untilt i'll be honest i'm like a hall they don't even know who i am and you came up and you were so kind and well you've had an impressive career brother i'm proud of you know you caught protocol your friend we're both here in nashville and of course i heart syndicate you out of here and you guys are on several hundred stakes station good it's been a good run you know hundreds and one in canada to now which is awesome it's fun second book coming out that's what we're here to talk about second number one bestseller this one lands and i love the title i love titles like this because it means there's good stuff inside fail until you don't fight grind and repeat fight grind and repeat a friend of mine named john maxwell but wrote a book years ago called failing forward and my contention is is that no one is a success we just continue to experiment some of us have experimented more than others and it leaves a mark sometimes yeah for me my whole story is i really don't have this one talent that transcends me in any way like i don't have that talent but what i do have and when i talk about in this book is that we all have that dry we all wanna drive towards something it may not be the same thing we may not have a career drive when they want to be a better mom and so but what i have is the drive in the effort and i think if you have that you can create these openings that you're searching i wanted to show that in this book that the people that are the most successful aren't the most talented always they just don't quit they just don't quit i did a ted talk and i went in and they said what would you like to talk about and i did this talk called winning by losing what i did is i showed people who we think of as the most successful people in really peeled back let's really look at this that they've actually just failed the most and that was the inspiration for the book yeah that's cool we talk we've all the time the gleaming mountain of success is actually a pile of garbage you're standing on it and still land under it you just got the cupcakes sprinkles what you're seeing the on the very top deterred that's what it is fail until you don't fight grind and repeat and what people don't realize about radio i mean you do four hours a day five five hours a day i do three hours a day that i think there's people that come into our business and oh that's fun and they don't realize it is fight grind repeat fifteen hours of live radio week you do thirty or whatever turns out twenty something hours alive radio a week.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"A few years ago a rare talent hip country music radio where the storm been blessed call him a friend along the way and i was actually it was i i was hosting at the national radio hall of fame and the other day about six months ago i guess and he was being inducted so i got to talk about him then and it was so kind to let me say this you come up and you know what we do is we pick some this is bobby sorry all right near the friend so just to talk yeah so by the way they put me on the radio hall of fame and i think it's a bit early right i know it's premature but you're the youngest member ever to be admitted to the radio hall of fame you deserved it okay well that's debatable but we go in and we pick someone inducts and so you know someone's been instrumental my career and you go up and say words and you crush it you have almost crying and i'm going there's no like you stole all the amazing thunder it was a nicest thing anyone's ever said about me in my career hall and get this date so my name is bobby bones and in that this is the story of micro they're introducing me into the radio hall of fame before you come on and they introduced new bobby jones oh yeah and so at this point i'm little untilt i'll be honest i'm like oh they don't even know who i am and you came up and you were so kind and you've got an impressive career brother i'm proud of you know you have to call you friend we're both here in nashville and of course i heart syndicate you out of here and you guys are on several hundred stakes it's been a good run you know hundred and one in canada to now which is awesome so it's fun second book coming out that's what we're here to talk about second number one bestseller this one lands and i love the title i love titles like this because it means good stuff inside fail until you don't fight grind and repeat fight grind and repeat a friend of mine named john maxwell wrote a book years ago called failing forward and my contention is is that no one is a success we continue to experiment some of experimented more than others and it leaves a mark sometimes yeah for me my whole story is i really don't have this one talent that transcends me in any way like i don't have that talent but what i do have and what i talk about in this book is that we all have that dry we all want to drive towards something now it may not be the same thing we're me i have a career dry when they want to be a better mom and so what i have is the drive in the effort and i think if you have that you can create these openings that you're searching i wanted to show that in this book that the people that are the most successful aren't the most talented always they just don't quit they just don't quit i did a ted talk and i went in and they said what would you like to talk about and i did this talk called winning by losing what i did is i showed people who we think of as the most successful people in really peeled back it's let's really look at this that they've actually just failed the most and that was the inspiration for the book girl we we've all the time the gleaming mountain of success is actually a power garbage you're standing on it still laying under it you just got the cupcake sprinkles what you're seeing on the very top what it is fail until you don't fight grind and repeat and what people don't realize about radio i mean you do four hours a day five five hours a day i'll do three hours a day that i think there's people that come into our business and oh that's fun and they don't realize it is fight grind repeat do fifteen hours of live radio week you do thirty or whatever turns out twenty something hours alive radio week and we enjoy what we do we're having fun we're.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"You know it's time to return to our own world this is your talk on a few years ago a rare talent hit country music radio where the storm blessed call him a friend along the way and i was actually what was i doing i was hosting the national radio hall of fame and the other day about about six months ago i guess and he was being inducted so i got to talk about a man and it was so kind to let me say this debt you come up and you know what we do is we picks this is bobby bobby so just to talk yeah so by the way they put me on the radio hall of fame and i think it's a bit early right i know it's premature but i'm the youngest member ever to be admitted to the radio hall of fame you deserved okay well that's debatable but we go in and we pick someone to induct us someone's been instrumental my career in you go up and say words and you crush it you have me almost crying and i'm going there's no like you stole all the amazing thunder it was the nicest thing anyone's ever said about me in my career hall and get this date so my name is bobby bones and in that this is the story of my career they're introducing me into the radio hall of fame before you come on and they injuries and his bobby jones oh yeah and so at this point i'm little untilt hobby honest i'm like they don't even know who i am and you came up and you were so kind and you've got an impressive career brother i'm proud of you know you caught protocol you friend were both here in nashville and of course i heart syndicate you out of here and you guys are on what share one hundred states it's been a good run you know hundred one candidate to now which is awesome second book coming out that's what we're here to talk about now now second number one bestseller this one lands and i love the title i love titles like this because it means there's good stuff inside fail until you don't fight grind and repeat fright grind and repeat a friend of mine named john maxwell but redwood years ago called failing forward and my contention is that no one is a success we just continue to experiment some of us have experimented more than others and it leaves a mark sometimes yeah for me my whole story is i really don't have this one talent that transcends me in any way like i don't have that talent but what i do have and when i talk about it this book is that we all have that dry we all wanna drive towards something it may not be the same thing we're gonna have a career drive when they want to be a better mom or and so but what i have is the drive in the effort and i think you have that you can create these openings that you're searching i wanted to show that in this book that the people that are the most successful aren't the most talented always i just don't quit they just don't quit i did a tedtalk and i went in and they said what would like to talk about and i did this talk called winning by losing what i did is i showed people who we think of as the most successful people in really peeled back it's it looks really look at this that they've actually just failed the most and that was the inspiration for the book yeah let's girl we we've all the time the gleaming mountain of success is actually power garbage you're just standing on it instead of land under it you just got the cupcake sprinkles what you're seeing on the very top fail until you don't fight grind and repeat and what people don't realize about radio i mean you do four hours a day five five hours a day i'll do three hours a day that i think there's people that come into our business oh that's fun and they don't realize it is fight grind repeat fifteen hours of live radio a week you do thirty or whatever turns out twenty something hours alive radio week and we enjoy what we do we're having fun we're on the air but it's game on its focused and you got.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"That club unless they are caddying or you know they're working in you know in the kitchen or serving and earl it had a few cocktails is he was wanted to do and tigers holding the trophy inside a merchandise tent basking in the glow of his come from behind victory over buddy marucci and earl grabs a trophy and and goes on this like two minute rant that was appalling frankly to a lot of the club members who jeff talked to including exactly the phrase that you said to him you know bobby jones arguably the greatest amador player in the history of the game can kiss my son's black ask and that was i mean talk about stopping the music right there and tiger found himself in that kind of situation time and time again with his father you know and it just he handled it with with grace but i can't imagine as a son to a father having to deal with that in the most public kind of situations in it in it really did color tigers you know that like father like son adage the apple doesn't fall far from the tree tiger took on parts of earls personality certainly the entitlement certainly the distrust of the media and really the distrust of of people that were there were there to do nothing but help tiger tiger didn't see them as any oftentimes any more than avenues to get what he wanted done and you know to the real detriment of some some people that wanted nothing more than to have a thank you or an acknowledgment of what they had done.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Yeah it was it was a movie that disney did that i liked about a kid who is an amateur who played bobby jones and tournaments and that kid was shiloh wath beef but bobby jones was actually jim caviezel jesus who is reprising his roles she's making it another one really yeah another one it'll blow the fuck up to guarantee it guarantee it christian movies are on fire i know box office is doing real well it was one that opened up two weeks ago seventeen point seven million the lord is trending yeah last manali i wanna give a shout out to the movie blockers my go see at this weekend my best friends in the entire world jim keogh and brian keogh wrote the film and that fucking thing took six or seven years couldn't be more happy and proud of them they truly truly deserve it and that is the best reviewed comedy that i've seen in five years who knew john cena who fucking knew fucking new but must have been that good script great and the movie by all everybody's saying this is the funniest comedy like five years it looks like it it it changed the i like good teen sex comedy since american pie so i'm look i'm ansa go see this weekend and sport my bros support the kiho bros and if you're if you're on instagram could go to jim keyhole just tell him congratulations on blockers looking forward to seeing that this weekend bunch show jabes looking into to how much that six foot hamster wheel.

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"bobby jones" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bobby jones" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Didn't sergio hit above and left of that flag like five feet and i mean it's such a tough low putt last year he missed it and everybody was like oh he choked like incredibly fast in that putt broke like eight inches it's not really an easy putt to hit he wasn't trying to leave it in that spot but i'm interested in you mentioned it just on how much augusta has changed over the years and it's a topic that fascinates me i i love reading about it i love reading about the changes and for the most part the golf course from the nineteen thirties into the late nineties wasn't gr wasn't changed as much as it's changed since then i think what we've seen so much of a shift in technology in the last twenty years than we saw obviously what tiger woods did in nineteen ninety seven that force a lot of these changes in some of the spirit of the original layout has been lost but from what do you know i guess from original masters history original gusta history back to the bobby jones alister mackenzie days how the course came about and what was the what was the sensually the spirit of what gus national was designed to be so bobby jones wasn't an architect but like you see with a lot of courses today he acted as a player consultant for mackenzie at the master at so when that was originally designed and it came about because jones played at positi empel after he missed the cut at the us am and became just namrd with pasta tempo and mckenzie's designed there and brought him over to build this course in a georgia and the two of them were most enamored with the old course's saint andrews they thought it was just an incredible golf course the restraint the use of the ground game the limited bunkers the playability of it in the sense that you know for an average golfer it was exceptionally playable but for it could test the world's best players incredibly well so the golf course originally was designed around.

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