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"chris kirk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"On news Radio 9 50 it's all about the golf around here. The Gulf has been pretty fantastic out at the Detroit Golf Club, the Rocket Mortgage classic double double J's Jeff lesson with the run down 35 year old Chris Kirk. And Webb Simpson, both checking on minus 12 Sims with eight under par 60 for seeking his eighth PGA Tour winner. He is the Scotus golfer on the tour. Currently Brian Stewart and Jackson is at nine in the parties in the mix. He play well again Last year. He's just three shots back tournament host rookie faller He is at minus six. He struggled to make the cut, but he's only six shots off the pace. Nate Lastly, the defending champion, Mr Cut, he finished at four under par. Six golfers, including Bryson Dish Shambo are a stroke back. The leaders will be off two o'clock this afternoon pitchers and catchers for the Detroit Tigers holding their first workout at Comerica Park yesterday. The full team takes the field tomorrow as the season opener scheduled for July 23 or 24th. In the end beteen are arriving in Orlando at the Disney campus, 22 teams that are going to re start the season after it was stopped about four months ago after the season had started got interrupted by the pandemic. The teams that are arriving in Florida should have healthy rosters. But keeping players there on the healthy roster could be difficult as Disney is going to get more challenging for the teams because the workload ramp up quickly. As they head towards July 30th resumption of games and that's going to do it in sports sports at 15 and 45 past the hour around the clock. Next update is less than 10 minutes less than 1/2 hour away, I should say 10 45. Traffic and weather together is next at Napa Auto Parts Stores and Napa Auto Care centres Get a $25 prepaid visa card when you get any net automotive battery..
"chris kirk" Discussed on WWL
"At the end of a month, one player announcing today won't be there for that. Pacers Victor Oladipo's decided to opt out now one to risk reinjuring his quadriceps tendon. Who Anthony Davis, the Lakers was asked if he gave any thought opting out, especially with the social climate going on in the country. No, I have it. Um No one for to standpoint that I've been weird position one championship, but so I think, uh, I think we're stronger together. Um, you know everyone that Orlando we're going to be talking about things going on. From the social injustice staying while reading. The union reportedly agreed to allow for personalized social messages to be put on the backs of jerseys and the heat reportedly closed camp after a second positive test for Copan, 19. In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community. The Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name Those the words from Redskins owner Dan Snyder and a press release earlier today House where Brown Side and David and Joko reportedly requesting a trade. Total test for covert 19 in baseball or announced 3185 people 38 positive Test 31 of those players, the other seven staff members. Major League Baseball, so announced the All Star Game officially canceled. Dodgers will now host the game in 2022. NASCAR. Jimmy Johnson tested positive for covert 19 He'll miss Sunday's race at Indianapolis College Football. Coma State finished their review of head coach Mike Gundy decided they found a racism did admit he doesn't have enough of a personal relationship with the players. His contract reduced by $1 million buyout reduced and his five year rollover contract trim to four years. From God halfway home Rocket Mortgage Classic. Webb Simpson, Chris Kirk, share the lead 12 under.
"chris kirk" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Related to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal will bring you more details as they come in President Trump talking to reporters right now, after a positive jobs report from the Labor Department. U. S companies added 4.8 million jobs in June stronger than initial projections. We'll get more details from W. IBM's financial editor, Len Walter, at 8 53 At least 113 people are dead after a mine collapsed in northern Myanmar overnight. There are concerns the death toll will be even higher. The collapse happened in an area known as the centre of the world's jade mining industry and a fire burning in a building above an underground nuclear enrichment facility in Iran, officials say. So far the fire's not affected its centrifuge operation. Or caused any release of radiation update on traffic and weather together on the eights is just ahead. W BBM NEWS Time. 8 46 Now SPORTS Here's Dave Kerner, Cisco The testing goes on for players, coaches, of course, manager staffers with Major league baseball clubs and the hope is that enough will be clear that tomorrow training can begin and it is going to happen. With major league clubs in their home ballparks for most of the month of July, And then the hope is the 60 game regular season in Major league Baseball will get going late in the month. White Sox already with a schedule change, it will not take on the Yankees at the Field of Dreams Game in Dyersville, Iowa, on August 13th. Instead, it will be the ST Louis Cardinals, a team that The White Sox would have played in any event is part of the regular season schedule Football. It's reported the NFL likely to cut the preseason down to two games this to give players at least another week to get in shape the reporting date for training camps. Including. Of course, the Bears at Halas Hall is still set for July 27th. Now it's more time to get in shape before they actually try to play in games and engulf the PGA Event. The Rocket Mortgage Classic going on your Detroit Chris Kirk, Rickie Fowler. Emiliano Grillo tied for the lead at four under par. Fowler has played seven holes today, Curt 12 angry, Oh has played five holes and again they are the early leaders in the PGA event with sports on your home of the Bear stayed current Ernie's Radio 7 80 in 105.9 found BBM news time. 8 48 traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Grand View Homes. Here's Bo Duran. With no major delays on the Edens Expressway in around found we have a report of a crash on the ramp from the outbound Eden's to the Eden Spur. Looks like that crash report involving a semi but no mainline delays on the evens because of it, the Kennedy inbound 25 minutes from O'Hare to downtown 15 and from the junction, No outbound issues on the Kennedy the Eisenhower No delays in or out the Stevenson inbound slope as Damon to the Dan Ryan. That's a 30 minute pays from 3 55 The Lakeshore drive 23 from the Tri state. A pound Stevenson. You're good. The Dan Ryan inbound 25 minutes 95th the downtown the laser from 43rd into the burning her change. Outbound. Ryan's in great shape. 57. No problems right now. The bishop Ford inbound slowing from 132 before 115th. It's 18 minutes 18 94 to the Dan Ryan. No outbound delays on the Ford. Lakeshore drive North bound as you approach the Chicago River prepared to slow down because the two islands are closed over the river through the end of the day. Today is part of the Navy Pier flyover work. After today, Just a single right lane will be blocked through the rest of the month. The tri State tollway North bound as you approach Irving Park Road. We have a report of a crash obviously down, south bound Tri state, no problems. Jane Adams and Reagan Tollways Air clear both East and West bound. 3 55 53 Combo is good on I 80. Both East and West bound. You're in great shape. 80 94 westbound. No delays. Eastbound 80 94 tapping the brakes approaching I 65 but 65 itself, both north and south bound in great shape. The Indiana toll road is all clear, both on the east and the West bound trips right now as well. Next traffic report at 8 58 news radio 78 and.
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Can represent any shot in any tournament that I made the cut in that tire season. So because of that half point in me going into into the tour. Championship is I I finished fourth in the Tour Championship? I, think rory maybe also finished tied tied for fourth or maybe type second I can't remember, but I ended up edging him out in finish, finished second and made three million dollars whereas. Finishing third and the fedexcup is two million dollars so. Also, if I had finished one shot worse at the tour championship, I would finish third on the Fedex Cup. Instead of second, so the way that you can look at that if I had shot one shot higher. In any of the tournaments that I played the entire season, it would have been a million dollar difference. Seems like you have thought about this that I have thought about this and I'm thankful that I ended up on the right on the right side of it, but yes one shot one shot difference in any tournament that I played in made the cut in the in the entire. Season would have been the difference in in a million dollars pretty crazy to think about that. Are you adding any of that? Upcoming down the stretch at the tour championship, or is it feel different and I know you've played in. You played walk-ups. You've played in Presidents Cups. You've played in majors, but that's what I'm trying to get at is like. Can you avoid? Money in that situation. Well obviously I didn't know that full scenario, but yeah I did know that it was looking like billy was was playing really well. He'd gotten off to a decently. On Sunday and I didn't know the exact breakdown of how all the fedexcup up stuff worked. But, yeah, it definitely was was in the back of my mind that everyone of these shots and every Birdie I can make and every park and save on I knew they were. Going to matter way more than just a normal normal event. Again, this is going back to my Our mutual friends source here, but he is telling a story about. You know when you won your first event. What was it called the Viking Viking classic that didn't have the classic Masters Invite attached to it, but when you got you one mcgladdery, you are exempt into Augusta and you guys. He tells a story and you guys were sitting around talking about how for the first time in your life ever? You could go and play Augusta national for. Anytime you really wanted to. What was that feeling like? That was you know growing up in Georgia being a golfer? I mean the masters, is it? You know it's everything and so. Yeah to be able to just call up the press shop and tell them you're common. I mean that's gets. That's incredible. I remember going over there at a decent amount. I wouldn't say I. I wouldn't say I wore out my welcome by any means, but was able to go over there. You know three or four times I think to. To go play golf, course and just Kinda. Get a feel for the place, a little bit better and try to be somewhat prepared for the. The shock of you know your first masters is a is a very different experience for sure. I'm supposed to get the story about how how you met your wife Yeah. My my wife and I met. On a blueberry farm in Mississippi. which is. Where everyone dreams being their wife, of course, I do that. Are you just hanging out at a blueberry farm and you meet her? I need to hear the details on that. So a good friend. Good friend of mine Klay Giles. We school together and also both went to Georgia. his girlfriend at the time was one of. My Life's really close friends still. So my friend clay, his family had a blueberry farm Mississippi, so we were all a bunch of us were all going down to new, Orleans for the sugar bowl. And so as kind of a good halfway point, so we met up there and spent the night, and you know wrote around four wheelers and two pistols outshot trees, and whatever just did a bunch of get old. redneck stuff and and hung out. It was a great time and that was. That was the first time I met her and. Yes I remember I was already graduated from Georgia and was about getting ready to start my rookie year on the then. Nationwide tours and to be. Web Dot Com tour Korn Ferry tour and yeah, it was a it was A. it was a group of people that I was pretty familiar with, but I remember being like. Who is she? You know why why? Why not seen her met her until right now you know It's a it was a pretty. It was pretty immediate attraction obviously in and we started dating, and and and the rest is history. Ten years of marriage and three kids later. Right well the rest of the stories they gave me or definitely off the record stories so that. The kids that I think ready for you. Other time rejoined the family, so Chris thanks so much for for taking the time and being so open about everything and really shine a light on things I know a lot of people ruin for you and are happy to see finding success and happiness again, so really appreciate the time. Thanks for having me happy do. Club. Right club today. That's. Better than most. About. That is better than. Most..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"And so Tom We're making the turn and Tom Starts. Like. Give me a pep. Talk like the very serious like you know. Come on, let's get. Let's get going here and. And out I'm never really won the to pep talks general but I just Kinda was like you know Tom. It's Tuesday man. You know like. I could tell that was not not the answer that He. Wanted and I did a I did play better on on the back nine, but. I think Tom Nine and I have a I have a ton of respect for Tom and don't have a bad relationship with him with him at all, but he's just a very is very different mentality than me I'm more laid back just kind of trying to take it as it comes and and Tom more of A. Go Getter. Type of mentality make it happen I. Remember later that week, so I think that's I think that's my best finish. In a major my career billions nineteenth so I was going to the I. T on. Sunday and Tom was finishing on Sunday and he walks by me. And can tell you know we're on like one of those little skybridge things that they build out there to go over the crowd. Song. He knows that I'm going to the I. T and he just looks at me like I've got three heads. Likey mean after my performance on Tuesday clearly thought there was. Like, where are you lost like you can't? You can't be going to tee off now. And, then obviously I didn't. I didn't get picked for the for the Ryder. Cup that year, and so, who knows if that that experience that week headed had anything to. Do with it or not, but it's It's water under the bridge. I'm not I'm not worried about it well that year to was I mean you finish up finished? You Win in the Bank in Boston and there was your second one of the year that ll leaps you into I and the fedexcup standings and you end up finishing second, but the picks. Picks for made so early that Horsham. Obviously, it went on that run finished second I I and he didn't make the team because it was too late. Do you think that things could have potentially changed if the if they've made picks after the tour championship which they end up adjusting it after that? Do you think you would have had any better chance? Yeah, I, mean they definitely change change? When they made the pigs because of that year, and they made the picks right after Boston. And I'd had a had a solid year in just one week, but I mean I understand that you know Tom. It's not gonNA. Not GonNa. Make pick based off of that that one week That it obviously if they make the picks after the tour championship Played played well finished fourth tour championship billy won the last two to fedexcup events, so yeah I think that if if the picks are made after the tour championship than certainly billy and most likely myself, would have been picked for that team. There's nothing that that any of us can can do about it now. Obviously, and not something obvious I would. I would love to have been a part of that team, but it's not something that I really had any any control over, so you know I was just. Happy that made, but let a cashless those few weeks. Well, these are words, not yours, but maybe it's a reflection of how well that team did that Some decisions were potentially made off of some text messages that were sent, and also a contributing factor been Tuesday practice round at the British Open. So that boatload of cash, she finished. You make three million dollars for finishing second, but you're after you after you launch yourself into first place. In, the Fedex and I asked him about this, too, because he was in the situation I think in two thousand eleven and he he admitted like there's just no way to avoid thinking about it, but how how different is pressure of playing for potentially ten million dollars compared to you know when you go. T it up in an event like you. It's more about you know the competition. The guys are really driven by. By the competition of a single event. How do you avoid the you know the care at the end of the rope? That is the ten million dollar prize when you're sitting at the top of the standings. Yeah I, think I think mentally. It was made easier for me. The fact that billy was playing so well in the tour championship, and that he was second going into it so once he kinda got out. To the lead it was it became very clear. Cut had to try to to beat him to win. You know if the guys that were young. He coming in the week he was second Roy was third. I don't really remember after that, but if those guys are laying an egg and not playing well, then you've got all sorts of different variables in scenarios that can that can play out, but in in that situation it was very very clear cut. This is another thing that I've that I've told some people and. Gives me a a much more clear. When 'cause it's easy, you know, say Sunday you're you've made the cut? You're not playing very well. You just Kinda. You can. Some guys can kind of pack it in or whatever and not really care. But that year I was number one going into the tour championship over. Billy Horseshoe will buy a half of a half of a point after the BMW the third playoff. event. And so obviously that half that half of a point in a reset, the point Sonam had by by two fifty..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"It's a Friday. And I stumbled upon your group on the ninth. and. I knew I knew he goes. Out there, I thought I mean. Let you tell. The story all right all right The whole thing that it that kind of blew up on social media. I thought it was hilarious. The the backstory is Friday afternoon finishing on number nine Muirfield village memorial tournament. And I'm I'm just kind of scraping along trying to trying to make the cut? I hit a really nice shot, and their to bouts, eight feet, or so and May Birdie on number eight to get on the cut line which I don't remember what it was, but that's relevant. I get to. Number Nine par-four pretty straight straight away tee shot, and then it's like a three three would and then a wedge or nine hundred and something like that. I like to add I. Don't like to through adoptees so i. kind of hit my three on the ground to kick up a little bit A. Little bit of grass and I give myself a good lie Sira remember this really clearly the grass so tight like hit it and I couldn't get up very high, and so for the ball and their. You know what? Hit It, so it's not sitting that good. And I call top. It. I mean it goes. It went. It went pretty far for a top. I think is a turf was nice and firm. I got a lot of spring. Off The off the e box so went like. Fifty fifty yards, so stat tracker headed seventy six. If I remember right and you. On twitter and said it. There's no way went that far now. I mean like I said it went far for a top of fifty yards. That's about as far as you could possibly top it and to be clear. We're not talking about a thin we. Top. It was a top. Yeah, hit the top of the ball, and it went straight into the ground popped up from there Called top. And so then I go up there, and the rough was rough is a pretty thick. Fifty yards off the tee box not hadn't been a whole lot of visitors to the rough there and side shop to five Aaron up there. Hit, a pitching wedge to about twelve feet, made it for par to make the cat. On the number, yeah, and so then the you know laying up, guys go with social media and so yeah, I said. I said I definitely the under on seventy six yards, and also I think to those somewhere around my. Fourth or so career top. In PGA, tour competition always with three hundred. A three I I haven't had one since then. I'm probably about do. I have. Yeah I've tie remember, and that unfortunately wasn't even the first one I've done on on on tee box topped on a number See One two three four at the Honda one year probably about eight years ago. And a few other ones be always with three would. That's that's the one for me. I'M NOT GONNA. Top IT with any other clubs but three. Would you never know I? Remember standing on that tee box and I was like I think they can. They can hear my heart beating. My heart started racing when I saw that I was just like. How is this possible I was just kind of getting into covering Gulf fulltime and I? It just blew my mind. I'm like if this guy's topping it. How do I have any chance to ever be good at this game? But then you made par. I was like okay it. That's the difference right there mean. I'm you know I'M GONNA and Crawling in a whole after top of that one, but I do that sort I'm glad we could finally get that one out there. I. Had I had my experience of the previous tops to draw. Say persevered, and just keep going you kind of undersold it, too, because you kind of blocked your punch out, and it was in the right, the first cut of the right ruffin yet a cut it around the trees to get it on the green, and then you made the par-putt So this is this is a story. I'd source from from a mutual friend of ours that I hope I'm allowed to ask about and you can share, but You had a great year and twenty fourteen and I believe you were talked about being there for the Ryder Cup. Potentially you were played a practice round at the British Open with with Tom Watson in twenty fourteen and I'm wondering what that was like and kind of what? What the conversation was like between you two on potentially being a part of that team. I guess I can tell the story long. I've told the astronauts told the story to to some friends and stuff, but never in public. Tom Asked me to play a practice round with him at the at the British open and I kind of thought that it was just sort of a you know. Get to know each other a little bit better, but by halfway through the round I could kind of tell. It was somewhat of a tryout. I guess in his mind. And Plan me in Me and Tom are playing a a two man game against Matt Kuchar. And Justin Walters who I don't know if you know just walters, not now just a long time south. African Guy, very good guy, good player. I can't really remember why he was. The the fourth in our group may have been somewhat random, but irrelevance far as story goes. So. I just flown over from from John Deere the day before I'm still a little bit. Foggy from the trip and time change, and all that kind of stuff inside just. Out there playing getting, see the golf course and I think I. I made. Two or three bogeys in the rest pars on the front nine nobody's..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"In the past, those troubles are behind you and I'm trying to get to a question and he just kind. Kind of stops me and says like no. That's not how it works like every day. Every everyday is a struggle, and I just felt so horrible about that afterwards, and and so like just that I didn't understand what I was talking about, but as I say that acceptance is a word that I, hear so often when it comes to alcoholism, and I hear you speak on it, and it sounds like acceptance and giving up the. Kind of understanding that you're not in control. Is that I guess? When did you start to learn that lesson? How did you learn that lesson and I WANNA? Know what also you're doing. You know how often you're going to meetings or what you're doing. Treat it on a day to day basis. Yeah, I mean the program of recovery that I've chosen to to take. taught me. A lot about. About all that had I i. don't necessarily see it as a as a daily struggle, it is a daily thing and you know I definitely stay very well connected with my my support group in various different ways but yeah, it's it is definitely something that. You don't complete the the twelve steps, and then say okay. That was great. I just going to go on with my life. Now but definitely doesn't work that way. It's one of those things you just have to. You have to keep. In mind and I have to remind myself constantly is that there's a? Very clear reason why I'm doing so much better than I was two years ago. You know so you can't just. It's not. It's not like you. If you WANNA compare to gough, you can't practice for a year, so go. She's sixty five and then be like. Okay, that's it I'm GONNA shoot sixty five every day from now on. You know it doesn't doesn't work that way you gotta you gotTa. Keep practicing and and keep working at it, but. I don't see it as a as a daily struggle and. To the point where I. AM certainly not not ashamed of it and. To the point where I would say I don't even. I don't even regret. Any of it because look at all the. The blessings that I've been given over the past year and look at how. Much happier I am and mental clarity. I have an how. Genuine and strong the. That I have. Are With the people that I love. I'm in a better place now than. Than, maybe any other time in my adult life, so it sounds crazy, but it's almost it's almost a a gift to be honest and I mean I've learned so much about myself and I'm able to see things for. For what they are I think when you hear that here, describe it that way. That's that's Kinda gives you a glimpse into why I'm so comfortable talking about it and why I'm willing to be up in about it. And You this is going to be. In maybe a two part question at the end of this, but one thing just working fulltime and golf for three years now. I see just how prevalent alcohol is in general and I'm not even talking about drinking on the golf. Course I mean it's just I can safely say the night. The number of nights I drink per week has gone up just as a function of being around golf. For for what you know, whatever the reason that would be, so did you I guess did? Did you hear from anyone in the game of golf? Maybe that you know that reached out to you can talking about some of the issues they may battle alcohol and with your New Perspective on it. Are you able to maybe spot issues that other people out there either on tour or caddies or agents or anyone? That's out there? Do you feel like you kind of of a new perspective? That might be able to help someone on that before. They even realize they need help. I I've had a number of people. Reach out to me and it's you know it's an honor and a privilege to be able to land any kind of words of encouragement, or any advice or or anything like that that I can you know I'm I'm here to to help any other people in any way that I can. but I I wouldn't say I really go go looking for it or I'm not GonNa, you know. People in in my situation, if someone has an issue in you just go. Go tell them about it then they're gonNA. Tell you to take a hike. Freddie quick. You know I was. I was definitely that way. You don't really until you have something. Slap in the face. You're the last person to know kind of that. You're an alcoholic, sometimes, because you've built up this this whole system of lying to yourself and denial and justifying crazy things and In your head at all makes sense, I'm never going to put anything on anybody. Obviously, if somebody comes to me, and and once advisor wants help and I'm there no matter what? but I'm not gonNA ever try to. Try to tell anybody else what they need to do unless they ask. Yeah to be clear. I didn't I didn't necessarily mean that? You would go up to people, but I would just wondering if you know if if it's easier something easier to spot I guess or something that you would be able to recognize much faster now that you've. You've gone through it. Yeah, maybe so, but I mean a lot of people if they're if they're like me, I mean I i. don't I mean I? Think that my my wife had had an idea of what was going on, but I even was able to hide a lot of things. Things from her I was very careful about. Who saw what I was doing? When and all that kind of thing, it was all very calculated. Thing for me because I didn't want you know something that was not obviously not proud of and and wanted to. To keep hitting the the best. I could so yeah, you never know, but it's I'm just happy to to be a resource for for anybody that that has questions or wants any advice on anything in that realm, well I think that's successfully addresses. The the this issue is promised. We can have some more fun here on the on the back half of this, but this might not be the best transition to more fun, but it does have a happy ending I promise, but I was walking out of the memorial tournament in I think it's two thousand eighteen..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"It was effective effective medicine for a while, but then eventually stops working and. It can can make it even worse and so. That kind of touches on where when I did stop drinking the first time I tried to the. You know a lot of that. A lot of the anxiety. Anxiety was able to Kinda. Flow out without anything. Just slow it down. And so, what point are you I? Guess as April Twenty Ninth Again Twenty nineteen. When the day you stop drinking sobriety date is this when you finally I guess take the step, or or what triggers you to understand that you need to actually address the anxiety, and then the alcohol kind of is a you know a contributing factor down the road, but if I'm addressing the. Much better chance at addressing the alcohol issue. I didn't see it that clearly at at that time I just. Basically knew that. Something is very wrong and I've got to do something about it. If I don't want to completely crash, burn here so through talking with. Doctors Psychiatrists. Therapists getting involved with a support group here, kind of a combination of everything I was able to. Really gain some mental clarity especially after you know it. Takes a while when you stop doing something like that. Your body kind gets used to. I was just kind of. Felt strange and not good for a while for weeks and then. After I was. Kinda my body normalized a little bit than I was able to. Move through the various avenues of of help that I was getting. was able to just get a lot better picture of of what was really going on and kind of learn. About just how how powerless I was and what I needed to do to. Not Necessarily regain. Power because that doesn't happen but. To make the shifts from all this fear, anxiety and worry about. The future about what's going to happen next to shift that to? Fully embracing the complete uncertainty of of life, something that I was deathly afraid of. To now where I see it completely from the other side of the of the Mir. Now I think you know how how awesome is that? That I don't have a clue what's going to happen next. You know, but. As long as I. As I do things the right way is always I. Treat people fairly. His I make sure that I'm a good husband and a father. And I. I stay in my in my program and stay connected with the people that I care about. It doesn't matter what happens next. It's all good, you know I. AM ready for for whatever and and I'm excited about that. Life is is a total mystery main. It'd be boring if we knew already knew it was gonNA. Happen well any chance I get to make this point I do, and I'm sure some people roll their eyes at it. Because when I say that tore, life isn't necessarily always glitz and Glamour, where you know, you've done quite well with career earnings, and you could play golf for a living is kind of where the buck stops with a lot of golf, fans or they don't WanNa. See it any other way than that. That but you're on the road ton your way from your family and your case way I understand that they you know once you had kids. They weren't necessarily traveling with you very often. You're in hotel rooms alone. You're in locations for a long period of time. It's not like an NBA team flying as a team, you know from city to city you kind of are in these spots for a long time by yourself, so did that environment that you're in weakened weak out that I. mean how much did that really contribute or double down on some of the issues you're having? I'd absolutely did yeah, so I've kind of changed the way that I. Said I. do things that traveled now, but yeah. The time away from my family definitely wore on me and. Just getting to the point, where maybe even before you know 'cause? There's no like clear definite point where you go from a from a social drinker to an alcoholic, it doesn't happen overnight. So as I was. Trending in that direction, my physical fitness became worse and worse my. Mental clarity judgment became worse so Obviously, my golf game was not keeping up with where where it was so the combination of the time away from from my family, which I hated and then. I could feel myself slowly declining. And just the the pressure of of trying to. Combat that and still be competitive in be. One of the best players in the world. And then. You count on top of that. You know when you not playing as well as as used to and. Y- I'll say this this much because I completely understand the golf fans, the say you know our. Our life is gravy. We make millions of dollars. We travel playoffs golf courses, and that's all true. But when you're out there, and you're getting your brains beaten every week. I mean no matter what level you're at failure sucks. It's not fun. I mean! you go out on on the PGA tour. You missed a bunch of customer. It sucks. I'm sorry. People may may or may not want to hear that, but it's the truth, and so it was a combination of all those things for me for sure. A. Lot of people roll their eyes whenever I try to compare the pro game to to the to the mid am life, but I has helped me understand so many more things about the day in day out stuff that you guys go through, and I can say that even two day tournaments where I'm staying overnight. If you play bad in round one, you immediately just want to be transported home like you don't want to draw you don't. Don't want you just like I. Just WanNa be on my couch right now. I can't believe have to support. Yeah, I just want to be done with this and it a horrible feeling, and I'm playing for nothing, not my livelihood. It's hard to explain kind of where you're coming from on that, but I do think I understand it to one. Maybe one percent of what you guys go through. Yeah, sometimes it can happen around the turn on. Tell teleport. Get Out of here. Well so how how did you? How did this like a your play? I mean. Were you ever to the point where you're drinking before? Or. The was you know we dealing with hangovers for morning tee times. How did it tangibly affect the way you were playing professionally? Hangover sometimes It's strange out. I'm not sure why says but I've never really been much one to drink while playing off, not even at home socially had just always saw the this is. This is my job I shouldn't drink while I'm doing my job. I'm thankful that I that. I thought that 'cause. You know who knows what could have gotten, too, but Yeah I mean I would say yeah I'd played hungover sometimes than it typically would have been in that case where you're talking about where you play bad on Thursday, and you're just going through the motions on Friday to Mr Cotton, get out of town. But not probably not as as often as you would think it was always like A. Balancing Act for me trying to. Figure out okay. How much can I? Can I drink tonight where I won't feel terrible tomorrow, but then also like. A new in this probably should have been more of a warning sign than it was. But if I ever did have the occasional off night, where I didn't have anything to drink, felt I felt where we are the next day from that. It was This juggling acts. That was just it was exhausting trying to. Balance All that and then all the other. Stuff That I, had going on of the anxiety and all that that kind of thing it was. Yeah, it was it was exhausting. INCAS the best word for it. And I'm I'm just very hesitant to ask questions about. Mainly because I think about four years ago or so. We had David Ferte on the PODCAST. It was supposed to be a thirty minute interview. It got chopped down fifteen minutes and I'm I'm rushing through a question and I honestly think about this almost daily asking this way I said you know you've been through some things..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Use. Use, Promo Code Twenty. Let's get back to Chris Kirk. Yeah you touched on a lot there as far as you know, the things that I think would lead up to what you announced on May. Seventh Twenty Nineteen, which is when you announce that you're taking a leave of absence from the PGA tour deal with depression and alcoholism and I kinda WanNa get into the timeline of things here and I think I've read all there is to read, and I know that there's a lot to. Address in the segment, but you seem very open and honest about everything which I really do think that so much good can come from that, and just from the interviews of of watch from you, too. It seems like you get a lot of energy from that but I want to start at that point when you announced that you are. Going to be stepping away from Golf, you've taken the proper steps that seems to address things since then, but what was that like at that moment to announce that to the golf world? What was. Did you have any fear about taking that step? At the time that you know a lot had led up to that, and so that that was what felt like a a real last resort for me. an act of desperation to try to. To somehow salvage my life. Really you know I'd. I'd I tried to stop drinking November two thousand eighteen. That was when I. Kind of talked to some close friends family, my support group on on the tour and told them that you know this is something that I'm struggling with and I'm I'm GonNa. Stop Out! Appreciate any you know support. It didn't well kind of battled it for six months or so multiple relapses and was just miserable. You Know My. That I, I definitely struggle more with with anxiety than than depression can can lead to that, but I think my my anxiety kind of in building for for a few years and I started drinking more and more as a as a way to combat that. And then once I took the the alcohol, which was Kinda my medicine away. My anxieties got worse and worse and so I, just wasn't doing well. I was trying to to control and uncontrollable situation, and was thinking on the lines of. I can do this. I can do this and then after after. That there were two methods including the last time I drank. April April Twenty Eighth Side Account April twenty ninth is my sobriety date. Just a few. Real wakeup calls to like okay now. Nali are you not completely in control of this? You have zero control over this. And so stopping playing golf I kind of had to get to the point where I needed to get away from this because if I don't do something about this now if I don't figure this out then. I'M GONNA. Lose everything anyway. So, what is the matter you know? I didn't. I didn't know what was going to be. The result is as far as from tour status standpoint and I didn't care you. Know I I called. I called tour and said Hey. You know this is this is what I'm doing. I understand this is probably not gonna be covered under any type of of medical extension, and that's fine, you know if I decide to play golf again, then I'll I'll address at then, but for right now I'm going to just get away from it for an unknown period of time. And they were, they were very supportive. right away and they didn't tell me anything right away, but. Andy Passer. Roster Lan Jay Monahan. They were extremely supportive of me and We're really happy for me that I was you know doing the right thing and taking some some steps to try to get back To a better place in my life and J. J. was great. He called me to check on. Every now and then throughout the whole process Andy Pazder as well. I definitely felt a lot of a lot of love and support from those guys. I was able to. To find the right people here in Athens people that are that are in a similar situation to me and. And, really kind of get some answers as far as what was happening to me, and and why was happening and find the the right path for me to go down? You touch on a couple of things here and I I guess I'm Ali. This up to you as to where you. You think this story starts. Hearing you kind of explain what you mean by anxieties are what your anxieties were, and how that contributed to alcohol. Along those same lines I just want to kind kinda understand what your relationship was like with alcohol. Maybe maybe around the time that you know you really start to feel this this uptick in anxiety, and how those two work together and again that's up to you kind of as to where that. Where starts which which one leads to what well? I mean first of all I had always been someone who really liked to drink. and you like to drink socially in and was offer a party whenever. But I think that it's it changed when when my anxiety Kinda got worse, so though the way I look at it is I would Started getting. Bad I would take a take a very rational thought something that I would be. Worried about you know worried about the that I played bad one day or or worried about whatever it doesn't matter something you know. We all worry about stuff. It's very very natural. So I would take that thought, and then I would that would change to something else, and then that would change something else in that would change. Something else would be sort of A. Snowball effect in and within a matter of few hours I would get to the point where I was like I. I've got to sell my house. I I need to quit and find another job I've got A. Do you know I? I'm not going to be able to afford to repair electric bill next month, and all these all these things that when you know when I look at it now and if you, it looked at it from the outside. Then you would say that makes no sense like it's completely irrational, but. At the time it was, it was very very real just as real as the I thought was. So as that as that kind of continue to happen I. Just was basically searching for a way to shut my brain off and stop all that. And, so that was that was what I did you know and I and I remember it very well just liked to be able to. Drink to the point where I could just sit there and. Stare at the wall if I wanted to and not think about anything..
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Yeah, that was not the case. I don't really know what I would have done. If I had actually been the first alternate where I would have gone because you didn't go up to our BC right. Now I did not so art the the. Field size was supposed to be a hundred and forty four players, but there were more more exempt players than that, so they play beyond the field size. They did the same thing in La earlier this year I. Think around the start of the term maybe one hundred and fifty one hundred fifty one guy, so in order for an alternate to get in, even though it was for I alternate in order for an alternate to get in the field size would have to go down below one hundred and forty four so. Effectively, I was seventh or eighth alternate or something like that. so there was no real real decision to make like I said if if I had been actually I often. I'm really not sure what I would have done. Yeah, so, what does this win? I swear don't mean this as as as directly as I'M GONNA ask. What does this do for you? Because it? Of course, it's great to go out there and win Korn ferry event, but you're not gonNA compete on the Korn Ferry tour, and it doesn't really do a lot for you. On the PGA tour terms of status I understand that, right. I hope that's a fair question I'm just wondering what your what your big takeaway is from it. Yeah, that's a fair question. in the short term my hope is that it gives me a little boost confidence in the long-term, my situation about tour status right now I have ten more starts on my medical extension which should carry me through roughly to the end of the calendar year. And then at that point, I will either have regained my full status on on the tour, or possibly could end up in the one twenty six fifth category, or possibly be worse case for me. It would be in the past champion category, so if that were the case, would probably play a pretty good bit on the Korn Ferry tour next year, and so because they have kind of a two year long combined season this year and next year to get PJ tour cards for the following year it'll pretty much just give me a good head start. With having a win. On that tour to be able to try to finish top twenty, five there and get back to the PGA tour that way. So, it makes it kind of makes my worst case scenario. A little bit better, okay? That makes sense that that that is good colored because I'm looking at it, I'm like man. This is great that he won, but I'll. How does he get Fedex Cup points for this and it really doesn't contribute much on the on the medical front, but. Well I WANNA to know. From what I've gathered? Pretty close as far as at least from a ball, striking perspective comparing how you hitting the ball right now. How you're playing right now with. I think you peaked sixteen in the world at one point, just compare it. You doesn't necessarily have to say as good. What's different are kind of compare your game now how you feel now compared to as good as you've ever felt I would say ball striking wise is as. As good or possibly better than it ever has been physically I feel very good through some some of the different workout stuff that I've done and some swings fi stuff. I'm actually hitting it further than I than I did previously in my career I gotta say you're you're you're instagram videos? Don't keep up with I. Don't keep up with Bryson's. I'm not so. That's all I. can say now now and they never will. That's for sure but. For me, somebody who's who's typically been someone that's been in the one twelve thirteen mile range. With their driver to now just a normal cruise control speed of around one sixteen. And the ability to swing one twenty. That's a big difference for me it. Kind of tips me from from below average to to keeping up with everybody. At say my putting his been very inconsistent over the last few years. a lot of. That's probably just confidence. short game has has been good especially last last two weeks. My my short game was. Hoping to. Be Able to to continue that trend and then last week I putted really great I found a little something was able to get into a groove just trying to. Honestly, trying to be a little bit less perfect I think I got a little bit to. In and trying to I was working all the right things and and working on. Working on my stroke, and and really working hard on my green reading, and all that kind of stuff, which is all great stuff in practice, but I'll probably bringing it. To Competitive Golf a little bit too much, and trying to be too perfect when I was putting in as opposed to just having a be a little bit more of a reaction and feel base thing so I was able to to do a better job with that last week and and thankfully everything came together, but More than that I would say really just from from my highest last year, and then having another break this year it's been. It's been difficult at times mentally to just be out there and have had the same amount of self belief that I had. When I was. Playing really well, and in the top fifty in the world so hopefully last week will be step in the right direction as far as that's concerned and will be able to contain you to build some momentum going forward. A quick break here do check in with our friends at the active you know or black. They are of course. The CBD Company of choice for all of.
"chris kirk" Discussed on No Laying Up
"You can hear Hendrix. Thoughts on younger players on tour like we'll Gordon and of those in the new crop, which ones will have the best career of the next twenty years. Also you can hear what he thinks about how the tours hailing the covert situation whether the he thinks they should pause or not. An later news Hendricks Hendrix favorite Ryder Cup partner of all time all that and more on the Hendrix and almost an hour podcast without any further delay here is Chris Kirk. So it seems like you kept the game sharp during the layoff. What we're games like in in Athens and take us to what you've what you've got on. Your own property is far as Golf Practice Facility Yeah on my my place, we live in Athens Georgia on about forty acres, or so south of town I've got a putting green room and driving range outback where I can hit balls, and you know work on wedges and just do whatever I think A lot more baseball gets played on the driving range in golf, but that's how it goes a bunch of kids running around here. Do you use a backyard driving ranges? Much I don't have one of these. Of course. Most people at home don't have one of these and I in my head I. Think you know I would be there every single day if it was right there in front of me, but is it like that in reality? No I don't use it as as much as you would think. If I'm really going to go, try to get some quality practice center or play obviously I'm still going to go out to the golf course, but it's it is awesome. God you know. With kids after dinner and hit a few balls or If I'm working on something or mess around club. It's it's awesome to be able to just walk out your door and go hit ten three words down there whatever and yeah, it's. It's been fantastic to have and really a beautiful part of the property we're. Do you play golf when your home? And what are what are the Games like they're? Who Do you play with? Our other pros in the area that you teed up with often take us to what that looks like. I play mostly at Athens Country Club as the other place in town Jennings Mill Country Club. I'll play these amount and Uga course as well I haven't been able to play out there. They've been shut down for for a number of months now during the shutdown over the last few months, Stewart cink has organized a good many games. At, SUGARLOAF, And then Ben Kennedy. The owner of Georgia had some money games going on out there as well so out. Maybe play one of those a week. Something like that. Just. Try to stay somewhat sharp, somewhat sharp. I think is is a bit of an understatement. You just had a year I went I went on Korn Ferry tour in ten years. You haven't played in the Korn Ferry tour in ten years I. WanNa know you know we're going to get to kind of all the other things you've had going on in your life here in recent years. But what is it like for a? You know a seasoned veteran on the PGA tour to drop down a level to play Korn ferry events. What is how? How do you? You know what's really different about that? And how do you approach that you know compared to a PG tour event as far as approach? I wouldn't say I appreciate differently, but it definitely felt different, you know. Playing colonial the week before. Even, though there's no fans out there still TV, production crews, they still had ropes up. For some reason I'm not really sure why, but and it's still just kind of feels like a a PGA tour event a lot going on with Korn. Ferry tour event. There's obviously no spectators. There's no TV crews any of that kind of stuff, so it definitely felt different affects played a few. Few miniature events this year, so I wouldn't say I've felt quite like that, but definitely different, not a whole lot going on a one of the funnier things that happened during the week. You know we're coming down the stretch on Saturday last round, trying to to win the golf tournament and known. We're in pretty good shape, but there's no leaderboards out there at all so. I've always heard. People complain that the PJ to are apt update as fast as they would like for it to. And I got to experience a little bit of that firsthand hand in the eighteenth fairway with my phone out. Trying to get the thing to refresh that I would know if I needed to make par. Birdie to win. so we were just kind of laughing like at a Michael and Irish kind of laughing about that. Trying to you know is a shows you. How different things are right that we've? Got Our, phones out trying to look at scores, and and figure out what you need to make on the on the last hole of a tournament But competition. Obviously guys are shooting nothing out there and and everybody you play with flies at three hundred and. The future of the you know. You got a lot of a lot of guys out there that. Are you know mid early twenties and I was the the old man out there for sure well, it's funny you. You didn't really help my case that I've tried to make over the years, which is if you took a top PGA tour player if they played a season on? On the Korn Ferry tour and I think I S jt. This I can't remember if it was on the potter, not but okay. If you played a season down there like what would you? How many times would you expect to win and his aunt? He was quick to say like not not as much as you would think you'd just. You don't necessarily just drop down and. And be able to dominate there especially, just because of the way those golf courses play compared to the PGA tour. They're not as good as separating out. The field is as PJ. Courses are so in particular this course you shoot twenty six under par. What how are you able to separate out yourself out and you only one by one? But how are you able to be? Be The low man. What are the? What's the difference maker? I guess on a golf course like that where it's just a pure race track, and it's just a birdie-fest. How does that change anything in like in the competitive landscape of the event? I think the difference for me. This past week was really just avoiding mistakes. You Know Me. I Made Double Bogey on number ten. In the last round, but that was other than that I had no bogeys the whole rest of the week. so everybody's GonNa GonNa make some birdies and get a role, and but I was able to. To really maintain momentum almost the entire week. you know whatever I did, get in a situation where needed to get up now for par I did it. You know few times out, have a ten footer for par, and I kept making them. That was the the difference for sure. I think this past week that I was able to you know, keep up with everybody as far as making birdies, and then for the majority of the week was able to eliminate mistakes and not ever lose of that. That momentum. Well, you re kind of ruining a good story line that was go on which was that you were first alternate for RBC, and that you chose to go play the Korn ferry instead went and one, but can can you. Can you explain kind of how that wasn't necessarily the case?.
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"chris kirk" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The week and actually i think i saw some caddies wearing shorts yeah now it's uh it shorts weather and and it it yet any aches and pains or or illness welcome back by the way mitch is where you you you com i guess uh just feel better about your self because it not only warm but there's even that that touches humidity already in the air so it's yeah great is the west coast swing has been this year uh and it was phenomenal with with the weather of course you wanna see some rain sprinkled in but that wasn't the case for the four events that we did uh there's just a different feeling when you come to florida and it kind of uh i just feel like the ball going farther and then it like i said there's more humidity and and uh you feel like you can just kind of go after the ball i'm just speaking from a you know a a professionals viewpoint uh it it just feel like yeah this is where you want to play golf this time of the year and uh we're seeing in pretty good feel here this week and a how of exciting story lines for the final round the honda com i'm going to look at this a little bit different we just word there was a lot of talk about how high the scores were were sevenunderpar leading i'm good look at the chris kirk weather bureau who was fourunder through six today and he's probably thinking you know this is uh this is very playable weather and this i looked down the scoreboard uh most everybody on the golf course early is under party dais i suspect the wind is not blowing as it has the last couple of days near you actually write the course would airplane pga national in in below his golfing through yes you wanna go back in the time machine it had a ryder cup here that's the famous uh event were lanny watkins hit a wedge stoned edita at the eighteen pulled it to clinch the cup in the early eighties and then there were the pga year believe it or not in 1987 in the.
"chris kirk" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"I wonder if anybody left the not heard one yet they keep signing people put you know was what chris kirk yeah he left he left yeah but here's the thing george aboard by the way is number one nor nobody's winning with pex g or good football were great gulf that's what i don't kill one guys one a baliem with psg but i bet but i mean look what happened look what happened is actually ansett you go go to them off he fell off the young widow to the high end clubs around town and they're selling a boatload of those clam right they are in every time i go to a when i'm hitting on the range in there have a clip fitting going on if they have five club fittings they sell five sits eclipse at thirty five hundred bucks there i just in my thinking is i don't know if i would see that much of a in improvement can once a bang for the buck don't you you you have you done a fitting on pigs to yet no we don't know now i pretty much ago now you down because i don't hear any let you don't yeah i do i'll tell you why i don't hear anybody dropping your handicapped by x amount of strahl may people dido play vx gee i know several dea yeah i don't think i know anybody yeah and then i don't ever yogurt arrival of those circles eddie never get rid of them they just kinda maybe they start mixing the bag up a little bit but the fact that no it's not a been a game changer for everybody on tour for anybody on tour that's gone to it except for it he pat perez year the only guy so he won he won yet he had a really good year yeah but that was coming off a rotator cuff surge yeah so so i think craig that's one guy that's one guy but other now they have some uh there's a junior golfers they have some uh that you offers a few neograph registered offers what junior golfer dan a thirty.
"chris kirk" Discussed on Who Charted
"Yes but i think the most of them don't have three a lot of them only have two with a juice leg in the nineties who is the boy bands it was like are they got they got they got to go t guy there's a longer gotti nasser in seeing theater to their they have the world obvious scrub for years or your guy chris kirk they're like one d cannot up the anti because they are three guys with jill no obvious no scrub squirrel no no grenade of the group exactly but they were just using those guys is kind of a subtle frame like they're out there to go hey look there's the scrub and it makes everybody else subtle we're not gonna make it obvious reduce guys kind of be labor and be in the back maybe that's how they changed the game maybe that's what the boy bank producers talk about backstage i was so great about one direction is they had they had scrap didn't they had to meeting how to here so anyway i think last would they did well but anyway they broke up were people sir leaving the band and then the three guys with juice which is harry limousine they put out songs there were they're pretty good socks better than wonder action socks dow guess who's got a song out cool up one of the media campaign or the word useless is those neighbours album juicers loyal earth mediocre with that between who had asylum with like a dj for hats i can't remember that lead only for remember it okay fana that came out solo but it was like under like the djs name.
"chris kirk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And steve assets after investigating at least it doesn't know venezuelan and five career maybe known as one of the world's hardy's working countries but now he's making in game three south is being work a friendly companies including samsung been kate t co op are beginning to offer generous sabbatical programs and charl can't leave is longest two years for all the news you need to start your day a check out day break on your immobile phone on the bloomberg anywhere app karin chris kirk an thank you dupont which plans to complete a historic merger it doubt chemical by early next year posting third quarter profit bed beat analysts estimates this morning and take a are reported third quarter profit that also exceeded analysts expectations and be many futures are up three points futures up twenty six amassed activity futures up fourteen the ten year treasury down three thirty seconds the other one point seven seven percent that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael bar with more on what's going on around the world mike jared republican presidential candidate donald trump continued about ball in the hole was and the rigged a lot should be the navy tell supporters that he's running trump is in the middle of the three base weighing through the battleground state of florida where he told supporters disgusting media isn't just against me a bear against all of you not just army officials fear the deaf toll could rise further after militants wearing suicide events storm to police academy and assault western cb of cueto overnight thirty see about fifty people were killed in sports the world series begins tonight the indians will host the cubs in cleveland for our new york listeners bloomberg eleven thirty will carry the series live and finally day break on the bloomberg terminal speaking of the world series the indians jason kipnis once he bartman that's the cubs fan who became the scapegoat for chicago's playoff collapse in two thousand three to throw the first pitch win the series moves to wrigley bartman was that guy keys people from down to try to get the ball in the standard interviewed with the cubs moises alou and was vilified por gut it and i say that because it sounds exactly like something i would do it was good for the ball and they're kipnis says a bartman throughout the first pitch at wrigley court i think everyone would go not quite frankly are no disrespect the cubs friends.
"chris kirk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings opinions global business news twenty four hours a day bloomberg dot com that radio plus mobile and on your radio beason we're business flash and i'm karin seven seventeen on wall street bloomberg a breakout on customer terminal spring you all the news you need to start your day that's gonna checking the latest headlines from chris kirk down at the bloomberg may break best good morning good morning karin the oil surplus isn't going anywhere anytime soon be international and edgy agency says the glut twirl persist into twenty seventeen for longer than previously thought china's economy strengthened last month as factory i put him best meant and retail sales all be testament to pick up foley's stronger than expected manufacturing pm i am trade data in finance the delivering alpha conference in new york begins today we're ready down leo posting gonna cano icon steve schwartzman and tim dyke a likely to discuss the fed hedge fans nagy tv deals and the election and that should police said combat team drones with a squad of eagles the bbc reports they don't foresee eagles kicks that will tackle way would drones once they reach maturity for all the news you need to start show day check i day break on your mobile phone on the bloom the anyway karin chris kirk and thank un futures this morning lower s and p futures down thirteen points now he may be futures are down ninety six announced that the many futures down twenty eighth ten year treasury up one thirty second point six five percent at nine makes crude oil down two point four percent or a dollar nine as a bloomberg business flashed tom in mind here in a thing so much good morning everyone bloomberg surveillance this morning brought to you by interactive brokers trainers university even experience curators need to keep learning trainers university will get you up to speed quickly were short videos weber nurse courses and more visit by pk are dot com slash.
"chris kirk" Discussed on WEEI 93.7 FM
"It's it's going to be hard it's always hard to be objective because i know brady does these things regularly he is he's a big supporter solo to young crisp and she could barely talk it was incredible and at that point or i think at that next break we look out every single operate everybody answer in the phones was busy and they were busy it seems to me the rest of the show probably the rest of the day just got everybody hit everybody at right in the heart the best part of his ten will never be associated with federer ever host event which is good that's true in colon donate if you if you like a volunteer answer fall job a great voice but sure he could you know you could do that jimmy fun tell a day on day one i'm sure telling way no has no clue but the highlight was mummy menna hand patricia minute him answer in the fall she was very up and everyone was just blown away chris kirk was like human he actually you know it was very of i should how could so it was nice woman yes sal could suffering doing something like this live there out of this now such a complicated individual right and and you know is moms going through a tough time issues but let's face it is not the toughest thinks you know to deal with yet to raise the site go to poise so main and eventually she's going to catch a break eventually then moms going to catch a break there's just not so living up to ten mom now but yeah actual began this will be at the mts is she had a great time she really looked so happy you get the post the number you know put the book that change the hope bored when the numbers change my said mom for one day you don't have to miss i should do it was a very scary moment yeah that was a first yeah yeah is always complicated what i've what i believe what i'm very complicated mom was there had a great time kirk was human innings you know he was that devils or two or that was there to get a two was a family affair for them in a hanson he was normal it was personal it was personal well torso for you it's personal kirk yeah that's true as personal on that that changes.