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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on No Laying Up

"The event. which was the ninth hole? On the second day there was a rain delay and You know what happens and rain. Delays at crowd tend to go to the balls. Oh yeah because one. It's dry and too it's wet and and So I came out out after that and somebody said something I answered back. And it's the thing you don't do I did do and and that I regret I gave an inch and it was an a mile was taken you know really and and it's anything in life when you when you make a mistake you is to second mistake but it takes a few years to you actually get over that you know and I'm glad we're over it now and it's an it's a lovely place to play. I mean I've always had huge respect for America. The whole scene of America America the whole might of America. I've always had a massive Love Affair Four it in many ways and it was a shame that I I made a mistake by answering back and and somebody heckled announced back in and of course it just it was on TV and of course it got worse and that was that was unfortunate and I blame myself but at the same time it's tons your second question again is changed dramatically. Yeah and it's and it's a complete reversal and I'm really really enjoying myself has has that changed because of would you say that people have evolved or have you handled it differently which has caused come out of a few things. I think. Yes people have evolved people have matured. We all have you know. I have personally as well. I'm I'm giving back the crowd of a noticing that they're giving back back and also I think the champion's tour is a slightly less stressful place to play sure anyway. So I think the three things there that The champion's tour is the tour to play on. They they all say that and I can having witnessed it and and have through it now I can only say you know. There's a great Karaj Shit between the players before and after after the round more so than the PGA tour but then it's amazing. When the gun goes Friday morning or Thursday morning if it's a four round Sommese it's competitive got its combat which is which is what is supposed to be sure? Yeah well did. So let's say let's from a timeline of events. What was what was the the low point I think at the easy answer is probably nine at Brooklyn is that is that the case of the heckling? Yeah I suppose you know I mean the one thing being that. We didn't the one thing that we made a mistake. On and as and as administrators of the game within the European team America. Not Not lost the Ryder Cup. Three times in a row. We'd want it in ninety five with one in one thousand nine hundred and we were ten six going into ninety nine and we didn't give enough respect. The Americans buy them not wanting to lose three times in a row. They wasn't just my game. There was other the incidents on the course during Brookline. It was one of these days but nothing mutation the fact that America played extremely. Well you know the one the first six games which is unheard of and suddenly from ten six we were we. We were twelve ten down and things you know really smelly but at the same time You know I have to go back to the gentleman I was playing and gentleman in paints to it and You know to think two months. He's not with US was was shocking to everybody the end and And it was a game that I will always remember Not The result the game of Golf Matter Damn When you think about playing partners not with US two months later and current? US Open champion. was amazing so the result of the game didn't matter at that when you look back on it now you tell the story of what why that meant so much to you what he did to that Sunday. That will you know the first thing that pain you said to the press and I was watching I was there in one thousand nine hundred obviously at Pinehurst when he won the US Open and won it swell. Remember the part. That went in with a cutoff. You it was raining in the cutoff leaves all stuff that went on and and the Patriot that he was in saying that my God. Yes I mean the Ryder Cup team. Now not the one the. US Open the thought. That was a big deal right but he said I'm back in the Ryder Cup team. Because he didn't play I don't think in ninety five ninety seven seven so he's back in. It meant that that meant that much to him even before it said anything so so coming back to to Brooklyn Brookline and playing the singles match. which is what people tend to remember the right it cut with these? You're singles games really mostly than the new foursomes or your or your fall. That works out well for you. We'll get that's what tend to you. Tend to go and of course so having said that it meant so much to him and then to the detriment of his own game aimed to actually go into the crowd and eject a few people on my behalf. That meant the world to me on my behalf Because he he he was he was feeling it to. You know it was getting a little bit crazy really and We were the last game on the court so you know that could have happened to finish any Smith. Elizabeth and Justin Leonard. Didn't game before but We were behind them watching it all unfold and so that was to the detriment of his own game in the fact that winning the US Open Back Rounded Cup team. That to me was a not it to me was a real gentleman. Yeah what do you owe your Ryder Cup success too. Because we're looking at your wikipedia. Page your playoff record on the European tour was Owen. Seven was your and your singles record in the Ryder. Cup is six into how do you. How do you possibly explain that too because like rather unfairly people because the fact you never never wanNA major on a tour that you were somehow being labeled as not being able to play under pressure right pressure doesn't get any bigger than the Ryder Cup and made no? No one ever has been better than you. So how do you. How do you delineate the two usually? It's you see like somebody with Tiger Woods. It's been the complete opposite effect in a way. I you know it goes back to it. Goes back to this crazy. Gamma Engulf and anybody illicitness. Here would understand how crazy the game is yes. I can play under pressure. Everybody that gets to gets to a certain position in the game can. It's just a matter of if your opponent not having such such a good time or or someone does something fantastic. I mean and I was going to get beaten in the Ryder Cup if someone came out and shot nine under I mean best of luck to them Just so happened that they didn't go off to a Flyer Flyer and you've had it. Francesca Monari won the first two holes against tiger. When I was counting in in two thousand ten thought okay? That's good and then tiger birdies nine out the next eleven seven and six. You think what the hell are half of their. You know it just it. Just you get fortunate to get unfortunate whatever and and I happen to to play some good golf within that time. Ahold some good pot cy. I putted well. I wasn't I wasn't afraid because in the Ryder Cup I had other people on my back. You know how fortunate in the time that we played the radical we had. We had five guys in Europe that were really apart not from Freddie couples. And I think Nick Price Greg Norman you know that was really that was the top ten in the world and five which were European leaner lyle. Langer Savvy Savvy Faldo when of course lose them and and so I. I started off planning with them so if I I felt that if I didn't win will they were going and they're going to do something to help me out here so I had more freedom in that Ryder Cup than I would have done normally so playing their ID cups. I had more freedom mm-hmm especially early doors and then the last set three three or four cups I. I got to a stage where people were beginning to rely on me and and I enjoyed that I enjoyed that feeling and and and went out and performed. Okay so yeah I was. I was lucky especially once lucky is six hundred you too is. Once there was there was a time. Two thousand six happened to be my last Ryder Cup. I mean you don't know it at the time but but yes yes. It was my last playing in the Ryder Cup at the club and we were ahead quite well ahead. I think ten ten and a half five and a half or something going into the singles and in Washington County captain. I'll never forget it and he said to me you know a you've been going I for awhile. Him On T. A. G.. Mind going I again because you know what might happen. You know what they are going to do now down. You've got to put your strength. Top and tiger was the strength so he says if I because odds-on you can have to play tiger woods in single you see and I can look look in your the captain go anywhere. I'm delighted to go one to twelve whatever the case may be yes. Sure you know fine so something Godoi office said you know. We signed up for Tiger Woods have signed up the worst gave him a life anyway. So I'm talking about fortune and in some ways to here so the draw comes out and it comes over the radio. We're all sitting in the sitting in the locker room the European Locker Room. And it's a bit crackly. The phone walkie talkie type thing so the draw comes out and it goes. Monte is seat because it was John Paramor the European referee and he's known as Monte so monty first against against Tom. Tom And I'm thinking Tom Tom Tom. Tom Lehman's the captain. Why are they put me against the non playing captain united? I'm supposed to be playing tiger. You know and I didn't hear tire and it was David. Toms See David. Toms and they'd switched it tiger. She played I think four he had to be in the top so I think he played force and played Robert Karlsson in the end. So you say fortunate you say not I mean David Toms my God you know he could be anybody on any day anywhere. Some some guy that you've gotta go play you. You know you best Gulf to turn beat so I'm not saying it was easy but at the same time possibly even even David would understand. It was easier than plain tiger woods. Of course so there you go well. This is kind of a random nugget. I found when I was preparing for this was Paul Casey did an interview talking about the. Oh six then. He said nobody really noticed this. But while all the players from the balcony spraying champagne having a good time monty was nowhere to be seen. He just wants a quiet moment and I can understand. That was the case. When you win the Radyr Cup you would you? Would you would kind of need a quiet moment. Why is that in? Thanks very much very much going off. I in the Ryder Cup is not a position for everybody is not has not someone that everybody would would put their hand up for. It was a big deal. And I I had a record in that Ryder Cup that I was very proud of and and hadn't lost in seven and this was beginning to naught losing eight hours. I was to to to go against David. David birdied seventeen to to be in. Just one downplaying. The last amazed to Birdie the last two half it with David he finished birdie-birdie Monster. Tough him at the last to win by one hole and it took a lot out of me took a Helluva Outta Miranda went into the players dining area of the European dining area. Which of course was empty? Because I was off I so it's been I think the chef was even out watching the Gulf. The Irish Shefa don't and so I just needed a moment. I needed needed to sit down in a moment because the crowd going nuts it was. Darren Clark's right. A cop it was everything was going nuts. Although I went out to the sixteenth hole where it was all going doing off the the the state at the back I didn't want to. I didn't want to be part of of of a huge. Everyone's going nuts and I I just did right but I I did take about half an hour in team room on my own because sometimes you you know it gets it gets to. You sometimes not position and that's all that was. Did you having been a captain as well hound different. Obviously you're not playing the golf but did you did you. Guess I've heard some captains say wow I would I would have been a very a different player for my captains having gone through the captaincy. What was that experience like? Did you kind of have that. Same Reaction Yes. It was Having having had having a reasonable career playing you don't want to really spill it by losing as a captain. Now I hate it to be honest really absolutely hated it at not. I thought that's harsh. Hated it when the players left the I t because you're out of control correct. I was enjoying it to that stage and then suddenly my God of let my first group off now. They've got to come back in four and a half hours. Oh it was taking with half a point or a point are else. I've made had a terrible mistake here. An it's an. It's too much really emphasis on the Captain Jersey City. I mean the players have gotten. I'm not coaching these guys. These guys miss a three foot. PUTT US therefore it's not really my only for you. But but the captain's tend to have to take the on the Chin and it's tough and any captain or any coach Karenni manager of any team. But it'd be baseball football basketball. Whatever it might be you know tends to get that and it was just the lack of control feature that? I didn't didn't like a hated. That lack of control were sent off my team on. It didn't have any control nothing. I could do nothing about at least as a player will. I had some control.

No Laying Up

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"I had I played really well for the first grounds. Unfortunately missed too many greens the last day around that Gulf horse. You can't you can't really miss do many catches up to quick yet. So he, but so in in six so you you've played at six starts you made three cuts. Yes, you've made one hundred K so far on the PGA tour. I think you made one hundred sixty K last tour. Yeah. So that's kind of gives you an idea of the of the range and difference. Just kind of I don't know. Everybody knows a lot of money professional golf, but just see in some the size of some of the paychecks that come in the guys are the guys that are doing this for the first time. This is a very serious thing. I think I saw one of your tweets right after Adam long one in Adams been a pro for five years six years. Maybe I think even longer than that. Yeah. He doubled his earnings in one week. Yeah. His career earnings eight hundred eighty five K or something through eight professional seasons. Exact and then won a million bucks. Yeah. And it's it's awesome. It's the opportunities that we have out here on the PGA tour to provide for our families. To play in front of fans the way that we do is incredible. It is. So so unique and so cool. So what's next for you? Then what are you in events? Go on are you are you the reshuffle is after Genesis after Genesis. So will you slide up again based on your finish, Tori, or you? I would hope so. Yeah, I have I really hope. So I don't know though. And that's kind of the scary thing, we're planning travel. It's like, well, we're going to Pebble Beach next week and maybe Los Angeles do the Monday qualify for Los Angeles. And then we'll get it onto Puerto Rico and After Puerto Rico I'd love to play here in Florida but same times, but this new schedule, you don't know how many guys are going to want to be playing early in Florida. If they're going to be doing prep for the players. It's coming up here in about a month. And it's coming up suit really quick we have to WGC's in the next six weeks. I think like it's packed. Yeah. Very packed early on. So I have onsite other than pebble and Puerto Rico. I don't really know all be played next. It's funny. To hear like the your excitement for WGC's, which means that there's an opposite. Yeah. I guess Puerto Rico and Dominican how do flights work. I mean, what do you like you said, you don't know what you're going to pebble? You don't have return flight booked or Joe figure that out on a expensive to fly last minute. All the time. Yes. It definitely you lose a couple hundred bucks every time I travel with my wife, I'm very thankful that she's out there with me. Now it's way more enjoyable than it was when you travel alone just by what Curtis maxima thing hanging out together every afternoon every night the. Yeah, it does get, but we have a rental car booked for Monterey to LA one way. And hopefully, we can drop it off and trade it in for courtesy card that we can stay LA and then fly from LA to San Juan Puerto Rico. We'll see God. That's amazing. All right. If we're gonna we're gonna predict the event that you have your first PGA tour win at what what would you? What would you guess the event is going to be what's golf course that you're like, okay? That one's for me. I don't know. I honestly haven't seen. I gotta tell you where I would love to win of her son bail. Okay, grew up here in Orlando. I didn't play hill. Professional went out to the tournament. Never was invited out to play never got on the golf course to actually play. I walked it actually followed same Saunders around when I was in highschool after we went to the same high school here in Orlando, huge fan of his grown-up when he went to Clemson turned pro his playing in the third round with Colin Montgomerie in two thousand ten two thousand eleven or something like that. I saw every shot same hit that that that round. There's also is fun is so cool as something that I love going out and seeing on Arnold.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The next week or whatever there was no interested in us having to play round for our fra fra korea's they will mourn chest and getting these chairs out to the next the next unit it was weird there was disruption everywhere there was banging on taking stuff down so now i agree with with everyone is in line now that every major finishes on a sunday night and it should do should do everyone's sake last question what is your favorite thing that the the game of golf has given you provided you in life apart from tasting scotch whisky here with you today of course that's an easy of course number one is number one yes so fast thing it has given me the ability to travel and traveled to me as the best education in the willed i've learned so much more than ever could in the classroom traveling the world different cultures different people meeting different people playing the straight gimmick gulf and some fantastic venues but travel has has enabled me to do that and i go for him to travel so travel i've seen every power to the world on numerous occasions and i love the excitement of it and even coming here from london i mean i've done this trip god knows how many times london new york it's like a shuttle across the atlantic and yet you land in new york and as a special place you know it's a real special place that has has some connotation to it and to be here today new york has been a thrill of of thoroughly enjoyed new york is a special special place or call them gummer you are clearly a good man because you brought us a bunch of phenomenal whiskey and shared it with us we much appreciate your one of the great legends of regeneration in the game and and we're big fans so thank you very much appreciate the time thank you thank you the world cup and summer golf has got me in the gambling game in the gambling mood i was all over the world cup this weekend i just i hadn't watched him because we're out at shinnecock up so i was like i gotta start watching the world cup and i was all in i was watching every single second of it it's great to you can throw it on during work just have it on what your tabs at work soccer is is a good background noise sport big time like that's what i usually use it for saturday mornings toss it on and i'll just walk maybe clean clean my apartment a little bit and it's just there and if something gets intense the crowd starts going wild the announcer start getting really excited it's you know it's even better is having a vested.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"Actually win you've had much heartbreak in your career you've come very close at many major championships you have won three senior major so but although we've of those of of that you know the lustrous career that you have had what is the if you could have one shot back what would it be so obvious it's the mrs second shot to winged foot that eighteen you know my best shot actually my drive one european shelter the month your drive drive yeah my yeah my second fourth fifth and six shots it didn't win anything they were they were sent to the annals of what the hell happened that yeah i'm afraid i think i haven't kept the shot of the yeah you got a lovely crystal bowl for the boat i don't believe i kept that one particularly smashed it somewhere yeah that was the one the one it was the one major and it was the last time that i was in real contention well contention i was leading off the seventeen holes just hold a forty footer seventeen left right break for a birdie at seventeen and a to go one so full would have done it and the drive the perfect position of the t shows and unfortunate unfortunately playing vj signal and forcibly vj singh vj singh was my playing pot unfortunately he hit it left of left going left with a hook the phil shop the phil scheldt into the tents and he took one drop to get out the first ten seconds up now the third ten and oliseh stuff so anyway i was on the fairway about eight or nine minutes waiting for this to happen now i was i'm i'm gonna great chiefs if i'd hit that in real time shot without thinking about it too much i'd have been okay but hey circumstances prevailed that i that i wasn't able to and and an waiting feel partner and respecting that would you know i mean it could hit it coulda hit us oppose i was ready to when a upton bolas ready alicea gave me the distance my caddie i was ready to hit it and then hesitated because of course you have to wait for your playing pot of the ruling and all the carry on that goes with it so on the crowd of moving around i'm not blaming that but it was it was part of the of the issue and i just happened to catch heavy one of these things you've got to play seventy two holes on a plate seventy one and it was the it was the one that the reason i said that it was the one that of the of the five majors that i finished second in it was the one that i felt was my fault it was my fault as noses fault an folk but in the way that the two against ernie he one tiger woods won this was the one that i felt that i'd given away and that's the one that hurts i don't mind being beaten us fine if some stevenson hold went off the back of the green the pg and the i o the playoff i mean come on i was inside him i was the favourite note at didn't happen so you say okay well played because he holds he bowed to the i i was rivera right that was rivera tiger woods i wasn't catching him at santan drew's but okay any else in the playoff at at we'll be oath mont and then again at congressional beat me by short you say okay well played any but when it happens when you do yourself and you mess up yourself that that's hurts and that's the one that hurts i believe you switch clubs there i did twice three times seven will the wind was switching we bit it was a it was a it was.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The morning that would be a gripe now big right with the weather not really changing yes okay if if the wind suddenly picks up to thirty miles an hour in the rain comes in okay you've got unlucky but the way the full cost was set in the morning it was set throughout the day it didn't change so they they knew what was going to happen so therefore should have set up the course accordingly and that unfortunate didn't happen and that's what might davis wrote to the players on the on the on the south evening sunday morning and said look i'm sorry regarding south evening and then sunday we go to great a great day's play someday we did we are super days play sunday because the course was set up hey somebody shot sixty three or credit to them if someone's going to sixty three fantastic score but that was the best i think ricky fowler of sixty five fine but there's very few others you know i mean the winner the initial sixty eight well that's no that's not sixty two i mean you know an he won the thing so the course was set up properly on sunday it just wasn't i'm not on about the course it self the courses great it was just a setup on saturday which was row unfortunately so you know excuse me about have another look i'm all excuse me excuse me please because this is just too good you're just a time okay comey that can you that's good now so that's good sorry sorry listens it ought to be we break this listenable whiskey should go out and grab some whiskey listeners and you can join us solutely fine endeavor that we're on so you know i guess what what we would say is that yes the golf the golf was fantastic on sunday what was presented with a course but we also when you look at it i mean sandy tatum in nineteen seventy four was responding to complain complaints by saying you know we're not trying to embarrass the best players we're trying to identify them it sends out long forty four years at least that controversy has been a main part of the us open it has it has so in our opinion i mean that is the tournament of players aren't complaining about the course from our viewer standpoint the us j isn't doing their jobs so would i you know what we said is well there is that argument yes but surely surely the don't want that it won't annual controversy i mean i mean the rules infringement oath moment we had the at the br oakley greens at chambers bay i mean not course really shouldn't have been played on the should have changed venue in the realize the greensward suitable for for for course in the twenty th century and then you get this one erin hills wasn't a great success it was just a big field really you know that was set up for the bomas this one had its controversy of course it did now my big worry is we're going to pebble beach next year shortly scholley america's iconic course here shortly we can't this up short scholley mess this up how can you how can we miss you can't mess pebble beach up shortly not i mean let's hope that we get back to atonement that is championship excuse me where is is talking about the gulf a not the course you know i mean of course we're talking about pebble beaches a cost because it's dramatic icon in unique and all these things but let's hope we're not talking about the setup of the course on any of the days and let's talk about the great shots that are coming in the buildings that made phil mickelson drew a lot of headlines with his actions on the thirteenth green thirty seven just a few i haven't heard well nothing's already so what was this was quick reaction on the whole incident on the fallout lot of people are outraged some people almost were saying what about the children people were losing their minds a little bit in the golf world which i will tell you that we have mocked those taking it overly serious but we will give your thoughts on the.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The us open we just finished up we did finish out ps at the time of this recording it's just fortyeight hours after they've finished not even shinnecock we've course had all the you know the controversy about the course in two thousand four there was some more controversy about the course in twenty eighteen specially on saturday with a couple of pinned locations yes thoughts on you know the player complaints thirteen fifteen they lose the course what do you think as a few questions all there isn't a you know i must admit you know off to two thousand four which was a ridiculous having to water the greens between the groups to keep it going on the first few groups through the seventh hole made six at the parthree i mean it was it was it was a calamitous effect shortly you'd have thought i mean without being disrespectful to the us j whom you know who to who are great for the gamma gulf from don't get me wrong there are close friend too yes surely i mean you thought they would have learned from the mistakes that would obviously made in two thousand and four here we are here we all fourteen years later and similar mistakes were made again you know the the course on saturday the full cost didn't change so there was no excuse there the news windy the news warm the new the greens would dry out so why did they put the pins and you're talking about thirteen fifteen an in particular why did they put those pins in well eventually impossible places and it caused controversy and and it was huge controversy one particular person will come to but others other others felt the same you know that the bowl was coming up to the whole almost coming back to back backwards why not put thirteen to fifteen which also greens anyway knowing the courses i do put them in the flat and goma that the have the j seemed to have this this this this thought that levelpar should win the national championship so therefore instead of minus twenty which i sometimes feel that people have said that sometimes us tour events too easy see you get twenty under winning an an i tend to agree with that in certain ways but the us open goes too far the other way unto keep it at level pau nowadays to keep that score level paw with the standards of gulf incre in improving every year therefore the cost has to be some fair to say tricked up but it has to be on the edge to keep the scores level does nothing wrong with winning at ten ova t ten under excuse me which means yes still the toughest test because there's not twenty delicate like normal tour event but it's fair and that's what the players want to play they want to play fair they won't have the good shots rewarded on the bad shots penalized the don't want the good shows penalized and not what was happening on south did yeah and so you know our counter i guess or my question would be you know if that is the goal right if if that is their goal and that's the identity of the championships united states open to be golf's ultimate test the toughest test this year the big buzzword was carnage and all of that a lot of what the championship once is is is the big i guess complaint or gripe that you know someone like you might have that it played significantly harder in the afternoon than in.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"And and an opportunity is given the gulf gauche on every corner so we all play golf you know so mule field is a one off where where it's very private allah will gusta pine valley cypress point seminal type of thing you know that are very difficult to you just can't turn up and right i've got some money i want to play you know so so the the courses around the area very good and also where the play in the scottish open this year cullen number one two and three this free courses that are also very very good so that area called east lothian just south of edinburgh is is one that i would pick mark that down folks so you can go to the lost of all of those courses and then we'll bring it back in hill brag about it on the podcast if i don't last week just won't talk about prominent so we've got the open at carnoustie this year we have what is it that makes our new sti you know revered as maybe the most difficult rhoda venue very good i think canoe she doesn't have a bad hole doesn't have a weakness is not one of these courses where you can relax you know with all respect you can relax at the first holding andrews and as long as you hit your second scheldt far enough at the first you can make four right community starts out the difficult powerful and and keeps going till the very very end until the last four holes which are which are criminal really you know there's there's tough as any so no as tough as they are the toughest i reckon countries to shots hotter than any other open venue real hoop around it is the best buy by country mile in my opinion it is it is a fantastic venue and and it's great that here we are promoting lock lumine whiskies starting off at the iconic carnoustie which which is is the toughest civil what a professional setting that was we are going to get into some current events your thoughts on the current game but i want to talk about this i mean you guys brought these these boxes this box whisky you gotta tell us about this and we're going to try it live on the podcast a case forget the box it's what's in it to this that counts but look at the bulks the box is a good look at this box here on the right there you'll box specially them for the open is the first boxes have been done with gulf tees and clubs and and and pitch foot repairs and also a great look inbox and i think a lot of people drawn to that whether you buy dutyfree whether you're buying shop i think i think presentations most important and as it says that the front the open an says the spirit of the open and of course a double meaning the spirit of the open and i think that to be associated with look lamont whiskies is a real honor for myself and this is our first year first year five and hopefully more and i think it's it's been a great success so far whiskey and gulf arou a two great experts in the world and and with very proud to showcase it here you know to come over here in in new york in america and you you're a third year third grade export house well thank you very much today.

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"Expectation is probably too great then that's what that's what it is it's an expectation a hit in the first fairway and it's not hitting the first fan we his it's the people watching his always people milling around the area of the i t in the last greens always people just walking down from the town of the shopping and he all across you let's see what you got exactly well you obviously incredibly experienced you've played an opens everywhere majors everywhere you've played the old course probably countless times at this point does that ever does that nervousness excitement whatever on the i t at the old course ever wear off no it doesn't doesn't notice a not as a scottish professional no we'll have that again coming up the the roenick senior open is that the we come to canoe st the open and every play hundred fifty six competitors will feel something on the first tee definitely i know also walking over the bridge you count woke over that bridge in the last hole this wilkin bridge over the silken burn ah burn is a stream to you guys a stream creek eric's i did but i didn't want to show off my now i mean you knew everything i'm talking to you i know i know but it is unique can you woke over that burn and you think okay everybody from from from arnold palmer onwards has walked over this burn and an is it is special i mean everybody stops and takes a picture on that particular vern why not you know it's one of the most photographed it is the most photographed clubhouse in the world and unfrozen that from that bone you've got a fantastic picture of the the irony clip house which is a home of gulf and we're very proud of it yeah yeah i would say that has to be the single most iconic spots you know smoking bridge and all of golf and shot up to me i birdied the hole there so okay feel but so i knew what was coming to you too to the whole yes that he can talk about his scholarship it's his soul really about him isn't it all the time there were now should we not change this and ask him questions oh sweet we'd like it too much yes he would there were a lot of things we could lead with with this interview there's a reason i led with the old course they started talking about that yeah because you go to the last i try on you hold from how far i had like ten feet ten feet into so meals like driver for just whole drive a flick now it's a forum it was a tapin but now it was ten that's right keeps getting more it's like catching the fish i told tried i couldn't believe they didn't blur bring out the claire jug when i met i mean come on now they should have had a big celebration stunning so saint andrews of course the you know the big ticket item but what is an underrated spot or trip region of scotland that folk should look into if they're gonna go over outside of saint andrews okay very good at stick to the a stick to the east coast i'd go south of edinburgh to an area called east lothian which is where mule field is on this too great courses just ones on sheffield in one's the renaissance course and then just down from there you've got a hidden gem the west coast that north barrick and also dm bar just down the coast fo the so that would be a a real hidden gem trip you've got four or five great courses that don't have to play mule field monkey nothing own meal field it's a very it's not trying to go into bind value which is rare because a lot of the courses ragged yes a lot of course as you can get onto this more unity we we have six hundred courses in scotland and most pa capita of anywhere in the world there's only phone off million of his they used to be more is the only population is decreasing so what's going on i don't know a worry it's definitely a word i say it's a real it's a real world must be the weather nobody wants to go there no never mind on the so we've got six hundred courses.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"In there and all the caddies that we had two times i played it we're in there having beard by spears and all that and so it's an incredibly fun experience is there is a better i shot in golf than the old court i don't think so i don't think so the number of gravest he goal shows of course there are you know but we think about pebble beach is hidden hidden in the trees that we bit you've got you know the classic northeast seaboard courses you know we're talking here in new york but you've got the winged foot's congressional and stuff it doesn't really but since andrew's ask to win hasn't it with a clubhouse behind you with the old with the old gin and tonic brigade the brigade behind watching watching hoping you don't take a divet out of fancy i t and yeah i is unique overseas one hundred ten yards wide the widest fairway and gulf and yet you've gotta hit you gotta hit it it doesn't matter how why is you've gotta hit an expectation is high hi and and it's just it's just brilliant the whole senior walk in off the i think rhyme on i'm here on the old course on playing the old coastal of old courses around the world that's the only one and you go off and then five oz later or should be quick but it's not five hours later you come back in and you cross that wilkin bridge and you play that lost hold on a second show into the loss and you on the green putting and yet it does get emotional it does as the definite romance about an and uniqueness about it because you'll playing back into the town right i mean golf courses don't finish in towns but this definitely it's in the shops it's in the cop you know i it's unique in every way and it gets so much you know i i was stunned i had a beautiful day the first time i played it and we you know we turn and played back into the win on the back nine yes and i guess you know for whatever reason i always think of seventeen and eighteen and the i t in the views and all of that but you don't realize is that at any moment on the front nine if you just turn around you can see the town and you realize that when you start you know after you go through the loop and you start the back nine stretch to town just gets bigger and bigger closer closer it's almost like an intimidating crawl towards though it is it is you talking very professional here loop only the lucas talk about the luton very good the amount of very impressive things that i read good your press in early this is good to be honest with you big mike off the rails at anytime so it's going to be honest with you call it i was deep in the youtube whole when i was watching i believe you and padraig harrington who we also had on the show who are sort of debating the best opening tease and yes he was making the case for the i t at the old course in you're like it's one hundred fifty yards it is intimidating because it's it's like anything in sport or anything in life if they're expected to do it like the fair the first numbers it's more difficult to achieve it's like it's like a number one team playing thirty team in any sport expected to win will go on do it it you know sometimes hard right on the world cup is proving that already start in the world cup soccer a number of the fancy teams haven't won germany number one team in the world have just lost to mexico number thirty in the world as we had you know we just had we just had today they what japan beat colombia will that shouldn't happen either so there's the number of upsets happening and and it's.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"All right we have a very very special guest colin montgomerie one of one of the great players of his generation obviously a ton of accolades you have thirty one european tour wins with which is fourth all time i believe the most for any british player and unbelievable ryder cup record arguably the greatest ryder cup player of all time we got a lot of things to get into but but welcome you are in studio first impressions of the office busy it's very busy which is hey hey isn't that great thing you know there's that you know i mean you say run out of space which she's soup you know most most companies have space space beyond their needs you guys don't so super defined an office that is that is cramming out and you need more space so fantastic i will say you came on the right day the air conditioning is working today okay i'm glad to is yesterday we ivette conditioning scotland we just opened the windows and then it gets a bit cold so so so that's fine so i'm glad that they seize work yup it's a bit of a mad house right now the ac is working which is huge you mentioned scotland you're obviously a scottish guy i am let's start with some scottish golf talk what is your you know i went over last year this is probably the most maybe the most interactive ever gotten one of our podcasts i went over to scotland kind of last minute trip i went to saint andrews came back talked all about people ask me questions nonstop like to ask you what is your favorite course or the best course in scotland best go since gone is significant because it's all opinions isn't it you know if i say one someone say another or whatever but emotionally i suppose i kana cly unique would be santander's wouldn't it you know you go to any gopher has to really try the best opportunity if arises play the houma gulf and that's not santander's that's number one and then you go on from there you go to the the oversee the open venues spring to mind you know you tembe or should i say trump to to us it's proper name excuse me very proper i like yep yes yes very proper mr president and then you go onto term return on the on the west coast and then you go inland gleneagles is lovely luck limited self is beautiful inland cost then you go to the east side and you have canoe stimul fields and andrews and but other other hidden gems like kings bombs like costal stewart like you'll north barracks so it's all it's all a matter of opinion you know there's a number of great courses and hopefully we look off to you when you when you come up it was the you know the the coolest golf trip you know i've ever i've ever been on i went on a low i went over loan over the labor day weekend last year okay you know i met a couple of random people that happen to follow our our stuff and i played question relating scotland whale round right you guys were very random random incredibly random what is if someone's in saint andrews what's the number one pub that they have to go to very good to there's a place called that inveigle which has just opposite octa loonies gulf scheldt which has been this thomas days of visit invading pub that i that i went to my caddie soft around once and in nasio vice president dan quayle was having having a beer and we sat down with him and tow golf he was a very good goal for the i think he played off three the time nice guy really nice guy and talked about oversee politics and talked about gulf it was super so the denver egan is a super place that i'd recommend this intenders i was in there i think i would there three days in a row there you go up to the hype dare it's one of those places to you know we we did the full caddy experience and then we go.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"Book i think about them all the time now i'm getting in arguments i was at a barbecue this weekend i gotten just a screaming match with someone over who is the best offer of all time tiger woods or jack nicklaus i mean it was people at the push push us apart it was bad book will change a life the book changed my life it was until i think about i mean right now john bears in the islands but every other day it's just tiger woods his life his story how i mean i felt like something was taken away from me because i was just a little bit too young to realize i mean like one thousand nine hundred thousand was like the best year of golf of all time and i was like six so obviously i know what the fuck was going on now like reading back like can you imagine watching golf i'm now getting a guy winning just fourteen tournaments in a row and then what are we talking about this podcast would just be every week like tiger with one tiger with one tiger woods won when i went through the year two thousand and just going through that and then talking about everything and all that he was doing and it's crazy because you've read the you know that's a couple hundred pages into the book when you get to two thousand when he wins the us open by fifteen he wins the british open at saint andrews by eight wins in a playoff against bombay at valhalla the pga and then goes on to the with a masters in two thousand one and at that point the book you've read two hundred pages of hype and like you know what i mean and you're like and then he did that you're like holy fuck jesus christ so we have armageddon on for almost an hour forty five minutes we talked to him all his thoughts you know what it was like researching the book he's an incredibly renown well renowned journalist television journalist author all of that as is his co author so so tigers back this week i i start since missing the cut at the us open it'll be interesting to see it's down the quicken loans national i don't know i mean it doesn't have really any history of this golf course because it's not at congressional anymore i don't know what to expect i've no idea what to expect but tigers back we've got a lot of chatter with him next week i think that's pretty much all i've got i think we have it most of the main points are getting into midsummer here next major coming up is going to be the british open at carnoustie which is very exciting we talk about carnoustie with our powell as we drink some whisky with colin montgomerie we're talking about that and much more so enjoy this chat with manti all right buying tickets can be very very complicated it can be confusing you wanna go to different games you wanna go watch some golf a concert really wherever the hell you wanna go it can be confusing in early know where to start sometimes but luckily luckily for you there is a much simpler much more efficient way in its with seek they are.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The putt how can they i mean what do you think you're right now i feel like you're about like how can you think anything other than this guy's an asshole so just intrigued by the guy i mean a guy pulls out at compass on your okay let's say you're you know you come up to the first green you're playing to onto match with a couple of guys you never met before you get up to the green guys gallagher twelve footer for for part of like to win the hall or whatever and the guys like looking out reading it got his and then he pulls out a compass i think i'd be like sky know something i don't come back it out of his hand here's here's what brazen shambo said with the company said the pin locations are a little bit off every once in a while so i'm making sure they're in the right exact spot so he's looking at the pillowcases and being like they might not have got these right so i'm gonna pull out my compass and make sure they get them exactly is he going to like pull out a flag and be like help someone move this pin because it's not in the spot that you guys promised me i would love if he did that are you a brazen to shambo no i'm not but it's either something to be said he's worse than bubba watson because so bob watson's awesome so he trite is who's worse who's worst to watch with all this aside from actually striking the golf ball since he doesn't have he's not as exciting to watch bubbas he doesn't have the saying just everything everything aside from hitting the gulf all this shit that they do like the hat he wears he looks like the dinosaur from a land before time every does struve do you remember that you guys are kind of giving me shit and then people started tweeting no because you were a dinosaur as you explained it horrifically the dinosaur from the land before time is very different than actual dinosaur the dinosaur from the land before time is the type of dinosaur i was talking about talking about a real life one so in your head you would probably picturing jurassic park correct i was picturing like that little i was thinking drastic part t rex running chasing down fixing the little circle circular purple guy right huge difference yeah okay it's bryson he's an asshole he i know i know everything i know his families are assholes everything about him the way he was the way he the way he approaches the game of golf as an asshole the people around him are assholes for telling him you can do these things it he ever protracted his back pocket where did you pull that protracted out from tractor the compass compass yeah i mean he's just a compass guy just has compasses he used compasses for other things in his life you take the pj doors going to outlaw compasses investigating it that headline today they're investigating whether or not he was allowed to use the compass or not my thing with this is that a compass you and i talk about because i hate you impulse like actually like i want all the worst things in the world happening i wanted to lose to regard i wanted to go broke i wanted to say but you said that you like that he continued with his narrative that he knew what he was and he kept giving us things to hate them about that's kind of how i feel up bryson now he's he's the mad scientist he pulls out compasses he's just such a character of himself that i can't hate you doesn't genuine i don't know will you keep saying that he's just doing it to like further his character not to like actually see where the maybe maybe he's not doing it the furthest character but he's so into what he is that it's hard to hate because he's just really even if it's not on purpose he is what he has all the time and he's just got a compass in his back but i think it's impressive he's made it this far in his career without having a he doesn't have any sort of feel he just he he does not have in his bag or in his bag of tricks like just the feel factor of golf everything is calculated ono every chip every every i has the field he doesn't like us it right he like he.

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"I love watching the guy and i couldn't help it i didn't like i didn't sit there and like choose to like i just was like okay how do i feel right now rigs i feel like i liked this guy i feel like i love watching he'll really back into the hate all it'll take is one twitter video where he says you're welcome you're just gonna fucking probably i mean there's definitely it'll come right before like a major and you're gonna be i hope this guy misses every cut for the rest of his life look there's definitely chance of that and i will say too i like when he popped up it was he was like live on instagram or something last night after he won turned it off real quick because i didn't i was like trying to basically censor myself from his off that'll be negative about him now because i would just hate watching him like sit there and take the trophy i don't think i would like that but i love him inside the ropes i just love him i can't help it he's so awesome to watch and i was going back through for the last four or five years and just rewatching clips in drives that he was hitting oh shit gaza magician no we know we always said that we always said we like the way plays golf just not everything else now i don't love everything else either but i'm saying if i had to come to an overall conclusion about the guy i'm at a point now where i don't hate out said sad you hate to see it do you see what rice and dion credit to me oh thank you for bringing that up chain that fucker can we yes the compass here's the thing and it's funny because i still hate brayson but it's getting to the point with bryson where he is in s he is this is it's the narratives are fun to watch like him bring out a compass out a compass a compass and pro tractor or playing golf columbus like fucking relax no let me let me do the other side of this i know you're gonna you're gonna bury him it's i think he did it on purpose guy pat mcafee does hashtag for the brand i think bryce and dion everybody looks at me like mad scientists everybody knows i approach a game with like analytics and all this i'm gonna pull out a fucking compass on the green so everybody knows that i'm actually the mad scientists like he is he's to his credit he's owning his brand now the worst part about him is that he has no idea what his brand isn't that he's doing this because he's a coal loss alaso he is such a fucking loser if i am see i i don't know how no one's hit him on the golf course playing against him i don't know how if i faced him i would be so angry golfing it's this guy i look at this fucking guy pulling out at compass reading we know what is the theory behind the compass it's like the perfect amount he probably has every single spot on the green perfectly traced out and wherever the pin was he probably compass it from the locale nation that he hit it during the practice rate practice rounds to the day that the pin was put in and he's probably seeing exactly how far it is from his fucking calculated mileage on the golf course it's craig is important note that he made the putt so it'd be the real asshole v did that the compass move and missed.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"I wrote a blog to thing i like baba now why was an alarming blog he is i can't i'm trying to dislike him when i watched the golf coverage and i can't the way that he shapes the ball i think the top tracer i got i got a note from guy that works at top golf by the way and i've been calling it pro tracer and he said it's called top tracer now because we bought it only trying to trace it across the board any tournament watch good question i didn't ask all details just happened on his grandma two minutes ago but very fischel yeah i think top tracer has completely changed my view of bubba watson watching him hit the ball is awesome it's just awesome now we've never the argument has never been i don't like the way he plays golf it's the way it's everything else that he does the way he handles himself off the course some of the things that he does to his caddy on the course we've all always said the way he plays golf and we originally said this where it's like he should have every fan in the world he shaves the ball his name's bubba hits it a million miles but it's just all the other things that drive me nuts but there's a point where a guy can reach where what happens in what he does on the course trumps everything else and it separates it from everything else tiger woods is an excellent example people talk about tiger doesn't tip all the time he's kind of dickhead off the course unwinds he throws his clubs and all that we fucking love tiger woods more than in the world i'm not saying baba's tiger woods but i'm saying is clearly there's a point that one can get to where it's like what i'm seeing inside the ropes is just i just liked to have about how much she cries no i know i went back like you forgot as i was writing the the blog i went back and watched youtube videos to remind myself why i hated him so much and then i also watched the top tracer in the highlights and all that and my feeling i sat down i let myself breathe for a couple minutes and my feeling was i like bob watts man i couldn't i couldn't even watch him celebrate even when he did his little fist poems i couldn't watch it he'll i loved he's also doing this little thing now where he keeps hindi at retirement like mega decision he did it again last night that's my guy bubba is just hit us i hate little you never know credits unbelievable what was he was a cystic after the radyr companies balling his emotional trend well you're not emotional guy it'll get guy but he he's crying for america so happy that is american fridays he's he's the type of car where he cries so much that crying no longer means anything little the market with tears i can't throw that i cried at the tonight show because of the actress i mean it literally cried when what jimmy fallon came on the stage account jimmy but i'm just saying you've really you've really turned around on bubba here and i don't know why because look last year when he was playing the fucking carnival balls the vix with all the different colors they're like neon firetruck yellow and orange all these crazy dimples on them right they're just playing colorful socks you know what i'm saying is i winning wins me over the now he's won three times and the way that he does it watching him play the game is so much more fun than watching other guys play like watching paul casey play is boring as fuck that's fun to watch them choke though it's great watching even like patrick catlin and like these other guys they're just like they're boring to watch i genuinely don't when they cut to bubba watson i'm going to watch this this is gonna be great he's hitting these crazy crazy follow through his form looks like he's just some clown on the range and like he should swinging away like happy gilmour and then he's obviously ripping it with these massive cuts massive draws hitting the ball low hitting the ball highs chipping in from everywhere his hands are crazy hit that little bump and run that he holed out for birdie that i mean just seeing all these different shots i was like holy shit.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"In the world i'm looking at right now oh he's all want an exemption for every tournament i want him in everybody i haven't got any quotes yet but i wonder how the other players feel about him may because just because he hasn't really mix it in with them but or like the yeah guy brandel commented on it so i mean people are talking about it but it's one of the rare occasions where all of gaul twitter work cited about it like nobody i don't know i can't speak for the players obviously everybody on twitter was like this is the best thing we've seen all week it god he's awesome i hope he makes the british open so bad they gotta give them just give him an exemption we'll talk to you to be in the us open actually ever sure it's not a problem so it's obviously summertime it's hot yes it is very hot we also live in the middle of the city new york city so it's very stagnant you get you know when you're just sitting around you're still in its super warm out you just generally get uncomfortable close make you uncomfortable yes they do it feels worse this summer to i don't know why new york i don't remember being maybe i was excited because i just moved here last year but this year i'm like it is is unbearable what's going to change your life if you are wearing dress shirts wearing golf shirts trying to stay and feel athletic and comfortable out there is state and liberty now we're not the only people that love this stuff we've been rocking their dress shirts and their golf shirts for a couple of weeks now they hooked us up with some of their gear they said luckily gotta get you guys in this stuff trust trust us it will speak for itself what up the only guys there are tons of athletes says nhl guys there's mlb geysers nfl guys there's mls guys big soccer soccer soccer is going on dave borno himself he rock state liberty stuff all the time because they're that's an athlete athlete you're right athlete that's just that's correct their stuff i mean if you're sitting there you're sweating through your normal cotton dress shirts on the way to work and all that no no no no no there's stuff even their dress shirts are this awesome epileptic fit it breathes it's flexible it just makes you feel good it makes you feel comfortable you're not sweating through like some madman like some lunatic out there seals guys in the subway who were just covered in sweat you're not going to be one of those guys nope state and liberty their shirts their gear all their stuff is awesome they've expanded their lineup just came out with new tech polos as well tech polos that are the perfect golfing shirt like the dress shirt the fabric is super super lightweight stretchy moisture wyking the best part of the new polos is the fit i love you got i mean that's kind of the whole shirt it's the comfort level and all that and try not to sweat through and then it's gotta fit and just make you look good correct you don't wanna look like a box you know some of those shows make you look like a big cardboard the box look is tough it's tough look you don't get the box look you get the nice you get to you look to find you look jacked you look athletic you look good so get over to state and liberty here's what you.

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The whole matrix thing yeah it does remind you like old westerns and they just shoot at the guys feet and they got dance around a bunch that's what he'll his swing you know how tiger had that slow motion commercial yeah it's like an it's a famous beethoven playing in the background we have to do this for this guy and it's got to be real slow motion then right when he gets the top you gotta like just burst into like an electric slide or something i think we will i think you're right that's absolutely have to especially that that parthree that's like the best one where the parthree where there's the water it's like a little island looking green he's aiming out of this guy's aiming like thirty yards writer green and then he just hits this whooping drawl jumps left does like he's got like the reverse sego with his body and his back to where he was originally at like that's insanity look at this this guy if you saw this guy at a wedding he's gonna fuck your girl for other dance oh yeah like this guy's confidence he's got the move oh yeah i mean you gotta hope he doesn't show if you see this guy on the golf course let's say we're all out of nice munis municipal golf course you know we're just out with the boys and you see this guy on the t box there's no chance you think he's a professional golfer now you're like i'll bet you let's do nassau pal that you would like i'm going to dust this guy thought it was a guy from a pro am i thought it was like the agent or proam and people were like yeah there were cameras rolling we captured this guy i looked at first he was leading the golf tournament right he was almost got almost got it on the british over there like two spots get in he's you know the british open and he was leading the golf to arouse like what 'cause they then they show the best part was the first clip the first clip that i saw that i actually looked at and studied it was like minus ten in the top left corner and i was like what do you mean minus ten like what is that look at this guy might that thing as might as ted he was unreal and then you're right that one the driver and all that you can understand a little bit sure but the one it was like an eighty yard wedge shot and he's got the whole swoop through the jump you're like what is he doing lands at like ten feet makes the putt i mean he's off we saw dj hit technically i walk off couple of weeks ago this guy hitting a walk off shot would honestly be walk he'd already be halfway through his follow through by the time the balls at the top of its flight and when that thing comes down i mean we got we need that we need him to hit a walk off shot more than anything this is a huge exhibit for all the boring tour pros out there the pga tour right now that if you just learned some i don't know anything about this guy i still don't know anything about him outside of his action he's like my favorite player in the world he was i came back i was at a wedding it was like we have to be home by eleven we went back to tell and i made them put golf channel on i didn't watch like any of the travelers championships i met this wedding and playing golf or whatever this guy is i have to watch this guy play golf he came on and started swinging the whole place i mean as all the after party for the wedding people are on the floor laughing at this guy he's got people buzzing men it's crazy if you're like nick watt or somebody likes just some kind of like boring normal yoke like everybody else cookie cutter pga tour pro you gotta develop a move like this you'd be everybody's favorite player yup oh dorsements are probably come in through the roof and magic getting his logo on a polo this job and we will have a barstool autumn oh my god he we he's the five hundred and fifty four th ranked player.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on Fore Play

"The whole squads myself frankie braley the pizza maker who is in one right now i'm a wreck you know you are in one right now that's me and but i'll be this next hour so we can take your mind off of it because you've been talking about the islanders and john verse all morning and i feel like you are very stressful i think you've tweeted about the only thing you've tweeted as john's avars will be an island next year it's all you know i it's my i had no sleep last night i haven't eaten all weekend there was barbecue going on at the houses i just sat there i just stared at a wall on different person right now but you know what this is this is a getaway getaway this is what you guys are just making me laugh before the show and i honestly feel like you're doing that on purpose because you guys thinking i need to smile more right now like i think i feel like i'm sick like sick and you guys there's being nice your make a wish we're energy yes like i just laughed and then i looked at you like are you guys doing this on purpose those like delirious last real you wouldn't have actually have that much but since you're in such a weird mindset stared at texas forehead for like five minutes before while you guys are talking just stared at him trying to get just almost days ing i'm just like i i can't i can't get it together but i'm hoping that halfway through this show i'll be a different person and throw dislodge time for the islanders we're going to take your mind off it frankly we're gonna talk about some golf we gotta talk about the biggest store in golf this week by far hosts on choi unruh this guy how we never heard of that before is what i wanna know i don't know but they call them what the fishermen swing measurement the fisherman's oh is that the name that give they say it's the fishermen swing call him the fishermen or something this guy south korean guy plays on the asian tour he is no joke by far by far the most electric professional golfer i've ever seen yeah his tee shots and everything are obviously they're the main ticket item with this guy but even they're showing one of his putts he hits like twelve foot putt that brakes hard right to left he hits it it gets like six feet away from the whole he spins an circle like trying to lean so hard to the left to get it to break here goes in he is awesome this guy so he's got the big the big leg kick it's kind of the gary player even padraig harrington was doing a little bit last year we had him on the show nobody deal but he does the late kick with a but it's not just a leg through it's like a big swooping kick especially when he hits the draw right handed player tries to move the ball right till aft so he does his whole body just swoops through launches himself left with all kinds of crazy body english using the fucking but fairway bunkers he's in the rough and he's like falling down sandwiches reminds me whenever japanese baseball players come over to mlb razzie coast gay fuca domain or ichiro where it's like what a what a call out fukudome ever coast if there wasn't a bra like each euro wasn't the first name that everyone would pop up the first name that i thought of when i saw this coast gay fukudome because i'm a cubs fan and that's the one that i remember like shift yeah they step into the bucket and that's what he's doing except with a golf swing and it is it's something to be as though he learned how to play golf while people were shooting golf balls at him so he would hit the ball and have to evade a ball because if you watched his follow through he literally i have a feeling that somehow someway one of his tr we all know tiger woods at crazy training growing up we all know he went through ridiculous you know sets of like training exercises to be able to at the gal i honestly think that whoever trained as name it's hosts on choi choi they just like either shotguns atom or just like threw things atom after he's like menu hanging around in.

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"colin montgomerie" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"colin montgomerie" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"Uh melzack not a way we're playing thursday burzan thursday uh said you get about a game euro if the tom i just watched said the white house would get off the backboard job was dwight howard the way how jump shot you tried the bank it and he had two shot clock way your ass be carpetbag your dogmas while from kcp self past further a roman job super orasje is the other night self pass on the alley you and then toss it to romania oh how sweet thanks steve francis come on now stevie franchise invented the yeah yeah better acc dmo all right so like the here's here's the thing about that drama in time that perfectly like he must have known the that was going to be a cell pass colin montgomerie i'm i'm pretty sure not be where those tendency moves were they just constantly brag via like like rondo had the little behind the back you're like dorm not getting this some of the blades just like i normally do this let like me running a break in zakhar per has it on a wing is but he's a bullet with 300 transition won't bat deepened his bill you back on defense it's gonna be a long rebound or swish at to old oh and also in that game he he went like two feet from the dotted line i mean obviously is a crazy athlete would evacuate two feet from the dotted line inches destroyed the rim on a dog.

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