24 Burst results for "Collin Morikawa"
"collin morikawa" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Making from finishing in the top ten on a turn. It's separate things, right? So yeah, I think that's what we need to separate it. And I think that's what I'm learning from watching this MLB stuff is that none of them are saying, oh, we need to grow the game for the kids. Or for the young kids, I want to come out and play and that will be. They're just fighting for what they feel like they should earn. And I think that's what we're doing as well. And that's what we're seeing. And that's what we're comparing to the Saudi stuff. It's like, guys, that really understand the financials are saying this is what we should fight for. And then we've seen improvements. A 100%, both dog food's going off. That means I've kept you for an hour. So I'll get you. I'll get you out of here on this one, which is, again, I mentioned earlier, I have not been good at predicting this, but man, sawgrass seems like a great fit for you. Does it not? What's funny is that people just, you know, they'll say, oh, this course fits you and I'm like, okay, I don't know what course hits me. I don't know. You can't overpower it. It's premium on iron play. Let's go to the stats, guys. Let's go to the stats, guys. Look, I love TV sawgrass. It's definitely one of my favorites, you know, every time I show up and it's got the best field out there. The conditions are always amazing. It's a course I feel like fits my shop shape. I mean, I've been prepped in the past couple of weeks to see what shots I need to hit out there. I've been practicing on the range, just kind of visualized certain holes. I mean, I don't know what to tell you. Yeah, this course fits me or I know what you want to say is all of the courses fit me. I know you want to, but you know, you're going to get smacked. I'm not going to say that. But it's a course I like. I mean, I'm going to say that with any curve, so. You don't place your bet. I'll let everyone else do there. And we're good to go. Sounds good. Well, I'm looking forward to players like man. It's going to be a great one looking forward to seeing the best players in the world come to come to our doorstep here in Jack. So we'll see you next week. Thanks a lot for spending an hour with us and best of luck with the rest of season. We'll be checking in with you. Awesome. I appreciate it being back on. Be the right club today. I mean, that's better than most. How about in. That is better than most. Better than most. Expect anything different..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on No Laying Up
"You're oh my God, I don't even know if I can cover that bunker. It's a magical chess match going on with the dual fairways, yet the closer you play to the, you're talking about risk shots. You can bail left all day. But you have to play close to the right side to get any kind of angle around the mounds that are going to be if there's any firmness. I mean, when it's soft, you know this, you can just land it wherever you want. But if there's any firmness, you got to have the right angles on that course. And that angle's kind of get dumbed down a little bit in pro golf, you know, I think most of the time, but that's one place where it can come alive. For sure. When you get tough conditions, it just, it makes an easy course. You make them firm, you angle some holes. That's just good golf, right? And that's what you gotta want that. That's what you want. Yeah. 100%. I mean, I heard like if there's no wind, there's a lot of holes some guys can just pump it out there and you're almost driving the green. You know, you're almost close to the hole. So yeah, I want the win. You know, I want to be able to control the ball and take a lot of the guys out of the field just by knowing that you've got to have full control of your golf ball. What are your swing thoughts with iron? I'm super curious. You know, you've come out and you've done so many great things with iron play, you know, your numbers have been incredible, but how do you keep how do you keep a strength of strength and what are you thinking about when you stand over an iron child in the golf course? How to hold it? I'm kidding. All right, now you're getting punched. I joke with people now. I did this shoot, you know, week ago and I had a great shot from one 16 a rolled by and this guy didn't really know golf. He was just filming. And I was like, oh, I just don't worry. Tell me next time what do you want me to hold in the hole for you? No, you know, for me, it's a lot about where I'm going to finish. I feel like my body takes care of a lot. And I think a lot of people can get through the ball, but they worry about so much on how to get to the ball, that they forget about the other half of the swing of getting through it. So I always think about finish. You know, whether it's high for a cut, kind of mid all my ear level for a straight shot or low for a draw. I feel like my body can take care of that of getting it to that spot. So that's been kind of one of my one of my simple swing thoughts, especially when I'm playing really well of just like, okay, if I'm going to cut it, I'm going to start it here. I'm going to finish high. And I'm going to see a cut right to the hole. That's kind of a simple sling thought that I've always had. It may be this is just kind of self selecting with, you know, when you're playing your best, that's when you're on TV the most. And it feels like when you're playing your best, even if it's a left pin, you're fine saying I'll aim this over the left bunker, and I'm fading it at this pin. What is your philosophy on how you're going to shape shots? Because I feel like that sticks out to me watching on TV that I don't see. I see you taking shot shapes that are maybe different than some other guys are taking on certain holes. Yeah, I mean, I've definitely learned to work in a straight ball or a slight draw now just because I've definitely been hurt by trying to aim over the water on the left and bring it back on a par three. Drivers like I'll still do that because I know I can over cut it and be okay with it, but it's just smarter to play it out right sometimes. But when I'm playing well, I mean, my cut is just, it's my go to shot. And it's just something I feel like if there is water and I'm playing well. I can aim over the water. I didn't know what's going to happen. You know, I just know it's going to cut back. And what I've learned and what I've learned most about playing Augusta is that when I showed up to Augusta and you hear everyone, oh man, you've got to play and draw. You got to play and draw. You got to play it wrong. And what happened my first couple of years is that I show up and all I was working on the week before was trying to hit a draw. And I might need it for maybe four T shots, three T shots. And everything else I can play my normal shop. And that's what happens. Is that like you start playing to strengths or you start hearing what people say that you need to do this. You need to do that. But there's a way to play golf. There's ways to play golf courses many different ways. There's not one way. And that's the thing, and that's the biggest thing is that like for me, if I know I can play a cut, I'm gonna go and play a cut. As many times as I can, because that's my strength. And I think if that's what more guys need to do is play the strength, like play that shot and that's for me, it's a cut, even if it is a left hand. Two 13 and is it 9? The tee shots where you have to draw it or is it, can you try to get away with two you don't even need a drawer? Two, I can hit a very straight shot and that's fine. Like I don't need to draw the ball. Ten you got to draw the ball. 13, I think it's hook. I'm going to call ten to 13 a hook. You legitimately need a hook to golf ball. And there's a couple others that you need to straighten out. So I mean really two tee shots out there that you have to draw it. But other ones, like I can play my shot and I think that's what I've learned over the past couple of years is like, all right, stick to my strengths. That's what I do best, right? That's interesting. The couple numbers so far in your, I know we're working in a small sample size for your stats so far for the year. I wondered if this is small sample size or if there's been any changes on your front. Your top ten right now in strokes gained off the tee on the PGA Tour. Is that a result of a little more distance, just a little more accuracy so far in the events you've played? Is that something you're actively tracking or what's the story there? You know, I felt like when I actually switched the stealth driver, I actually gained a little distance, like just not doing anything. I just gained some ball speed and I think that's a slow progression of the guys I've been working out with in LA. These guys called urban golf performance. We've been working on just slow improvements. I haven't tried the Bryson route of like, let's go in a month to bulk up and gain. I want that 1 mph in that 6, 7 month span. Because I just, you know, for me, it's longevity, and I feel like where I'm at is fine. But I think when I switch that driver, I really gain some speed against some distance, which is great. I actually don't feel like I'm as accurate as I have been in the past. And that's just something of just figuring out, you know, knowing where to aim down the fairways and being a little more precise about what I'm doing. But it's great, you know, I don't know what I finished last year. I want to say I was still top 50, maybe. Off the tee, so I feel like even though I'm not the longest driver, I still try and keep it in the fairway. And.
"collin morikawa" Discussed on No Laying Up
"I can't recommend this enough again. Code no laying up on cash app. Let's get back to Colin Moore calla. Going back and watching highlights from it, you know, you know, even less than a year ago, but the history books will forever, you know, show you winning. That's what I remember. I remember dominance. I honestly didn't remember the start on Saturday. Take us to the start on Saturday. What you got out of that some interaction, maybe you had with JJ during that time period. I found that super interesting. You look back on because I feel like that's going to get lost to history. Yeah, no, it definitely will. And to this day, that's the maddest I've ever been at JJ. And, you know, people look at me as like, you know, this really calm guy and I am. I love being in this situation. I think I bogeyed two, so I was one over through four. I ended up being one over three four. I get to 5 T, I feel like I was striping my shots, hitting really good iron shots, tee shots, even just not scoring. And I hit this perfect flywheel off with tea, or where we thought was perfect. Midair, JJ's like, good shot. And I'm like, I'm just watching it. I feel the wind pick up, blows it right. Lands in the fairway kicks, ends up right on the lip of the bunker. I end up hitting that shot almost OB, barely had a stance, a great shot make bogey. After that tee shot, or after that hole, I looked at him and I was like, I don't want you calling any other shot in there again, like ever. And I could tell that he was, he was a little pissed off at me too by saying that. But I think I needed to get that off my shoulders. So we go and play, go and play the 6 full. He looks at me and he's like, I'm trying my best. And I'm like, I know, I know. I just had to say something like, it was a weird, you know, is something that you just had to get off your chest. And then we both had to get over it, and we did. And then we just started going and we kept ourselves within the lead and thankfully saved that round. And it's weird. That's the maddest I've ever gotten at him. But you had to get it off or else I would have been angry at myself or at him, and it's like holding something in to someone that you are so close with, that it just, why not just tell them? You know, like we're both going to get over it. There's something about somebody making a comment that is super, super innocent, that just rubs you the wrong way. Again, I'm right there with you. I played yesterday. I'm like, it's just like a guy saying great putt when it's like ten feet out and it lifts out and you're like, shut up. Don't say anything. Do not say anything. And you know, normally it's fine. Normally it's really innocent and you get away with it. But this one, I just wear bounced and landed in the fairway and it just was on the lip of the bunker like just everything went wrong with that kind of 5 seconds there. So, you know, you're coming off a not great performance at the Scottish open. Now you're changing some equipment going into saint George's. After you've seen that golf course, are you already convincing yourself that you're talking to yourself into that you can win this tournament or your expectations a little lower going into it is your first open championship and you obviously you end up winning it, but like what was that process like of getting into the competitive mode of like, hey, this is my tournament now. You know, it goes back to what I said about showing up to these golf courses. I can win. Is that like I didn't show up and be like, oh man, link style calls. You know, I don't know how to play. I have no chance of winning. I showed it to the course and did my due diligence with him with JJ and myself to learn the course Monday through Wednesday. And feel his prep by Thursday to think I can win the tournament. And that's what I do every single week. And I feel like the prep we put into the weeks or learning the golf course really helps. And that's what I'm interested to see about like saint Andrews later this year is that it's a course I've never been to. I've never played, I could not tell you holes other than one 1718, but it's a little more lengthy, right? So I'm going to have to learn that course even a lot more because there's just so many hidden features to it. And I like knowing every in and out of a golf course. But that's the thing. It's like I showed up to the royal saint George's feeling great, learning the golf course, showed up to the first hole and thought I could win. And that's what you have to do. I think you have to do that. And if you don't think you can win by first, on Thursday, when you tee it up, I mean, you're just praying for luck. I can not wait for the old course. It's so it's so freaking interesting and it there's just so many layers to it. I hope you get some wind. You need a little bit of wind. That's what I've heard. That's what bunkers out there that are like, well, why is that there? And then the next day, you're oh my God, I don't even know if I can cover that bunker. It's a magical chess match going on with the dual fairways, yet the.
"collin morikawa" Discussed on No Laying Up
"But I'm glad to hear some of your quotes on this, because every time I go over there, I'm like, dude, this is different. And every pro I asked, hey, how do you adjust your game for links golf? They're like, no, you don't know, you just adjust and you're fine. I'm like, you change some of your equipment in between weeks before winning the open championship. Tell me about what you learned in week one that helped you in week two. Yeah, so let's see, I'm going to go back even before that. It was like two weeks before playing out the U.S. open. Torrey pines Poe kikuyu, and I'm striping. Like I'm hidden in my driver in my iron is fantastic. And I'm like, okay, game feels amazing. Head over Scottish, and I'm in the middle of the fairway a bunch of times with a 9 iron and I start hitting into 45 feet. And I'm like, looking at my caddy, I'm like, I'm trying to think we go to the range. And I start blaming my clubs, like everyone else, right? And you know, I'm sure my caddy has heard this a million times from other players and the tailor made reps are like, okay, whatever, like, sure, like let's blame the clubs. And I just felt like my swing was so where I wanted it to be, that all I could do was blame it on the clubs. It was weird, right? And you never want to blame it on your clubs. You never want to blame it on your equipment, but it just didn't feel right. It didn't, my arms, my short arms, my blades weren't feeling right through the turf. And Monday morning, we get to the open. And I was like, okay, let me just try the P 7 MCs, which I had in my 6 and 5 iron, which I felt like I was hitting it okay, but I just did have that many shots with that. At the Scottish and put it in, started hitting the center of the face and was like, okay, we're good to go. And it was like, so it was the equipment. Yeah, I mean, it was the equipment. There's something to it with how it digs in the turf, which, you know, people you have to be able to create speed and compress the bowl. But it was just so funny because I could just tell the face, I can look at my caddy's face that week in the Scottish while I was blaming my golf clubs. He was just like, sure, sure, you know, I've seen you, you know, not hit it well. Let's keep your foot down, let's stay a little more down on it. I could tell like he was just buying into my BS about what I was trying to say. Dude, that makes total total sense to me. That's what everyone wants to do. Right, but it is such a different style of golf and I'm always amazed at how fast people flip the switch and switch to that style of golf because like PGA Tour golf is almost all airborne I mean, this is very obvious, but you got to get it up in the air, the more you carry it, the better, whereas the first time you stand on a T with a crosswind that you need to get the ball out of the air as fast as possible and running, it's just a different test. And I know you guys are the best players in the world for a reason, but it just seems like it would identify different players in it, but it seems like we see the same players rise up when we see that style play. Yeah, I mean, it's not like the club's immediately helped me hit the ball lower and hit it exactly where I wanted. But now you feel. But now exactly. Now I could feel the center of the face and then I could work the ball from there. So it was like, it was such a big thing about finding center of the face. And I think, you know, we do that every year with changing drivers, right? Like I love this stealth driver that I'm using this year. It is so good. It was an easy transition. But even then, I still had to learn how to hit the center of the face because it's just different. And everywhere you go, you know, turf like you just have to find the center of the face again. And again, and again, and that's just like, it's a learning thing. And I don't like to blame my clubs because I feel like it's always on me. But this was like the one time where I was like sold on, I have to change iron. It's like, if I didn't change irons, I would have gone crazy for those two weeks. A quick break here to check in with our friends at cash app. Cash up is the easiest way to send spend and save your money. You can send a request money directly from friends and family when they owe you money for dinner.
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"There's lot of time to wander especially with nine holes left I i just had to keep reminding myself about what is good. What is a good shot. Look like what do i need to do here. How do i do this and just try to make my mind. Think about golf or something else. Rather than what. If what if i do that. What if he does that You can't let your mind go there. I wanna go back real quick to the fart machine thing so when you heard the phone when you heard the sound of the fart did you stop and did you tell the marshal or your caddy. Hey there's a fart machine. Did you immediately recognize that it was farts or were you just like we all knew we Louis is caddy mike. Gatting we all do pharmacy real news like farting noise. But we seriously thought like you was from the spectators like we thought someone was playing it on the phone and marshall were all look inward looking around in the marshall digs in the grass pulls us little recorder out and i mean. Just what are the odds of that happening. Did you fart michelle. No i bet you we could. We could sell her nice little price. Now we are Brooke skies a one. You know he's our guy no matter what you know every now and then when max makes will root for him yet do you think though that your your trophies a little cheapen because it's kind of like what have you done for me. Lately brooks played the best on sunday. He posted the best score. He just ran out of time. Do you feel like it's a little bit of a cheap trophy because of that you wouldn't you know real man would have been like brooks let's go eighteen mono mono because you beat me today. Yeah that's an awful. That's an awful question. I thought about is a simple question. I mean it's like you put a deadline. We have four days to play golf tournament. Come on sounds like your share. It kind of sounds like you don't really love golf. You would've taken the offer the opportunity to play at at that wonderful golf course. Yeah one more round. Let's do it boys. Well okay. well let's go. Yeah no wont four major. Don't think he wants to go back and challenge. The personnel is right next to them another. Here's one and here's what we're gonna do the next tournament that you guys play together the first round. We're gonna count that as you're open score. Yes your final round. And we'll see you the real winner. We'll yeah we'll see. This relationship is turned. I see how this relates you guys. Bring me in. Ease me up. And now now we're not close monitoring monitor here. Finally we have to just show up to our guy brooks but you're quickly becoming you know part of our stable we we enjoy having you on the The could we talk about the course real quick because we actually brooks our favorite golfer but really our favorite golfers the course we always root for the course. At what point in the week were you like this can be had like this course is playing as tough as it. M- maybe pass. British opens have been. You know it all comes down to whether it was fairly. They got a lot of rain a few weeks before it was soft. Greens were slow. You could attack pins in denver. Never got windy. And you know both draws. I think the draw i had was a little tougher especially the first day. We had a really windy that afternoon. But but overall i look in the last two days. There was just not wendy Saturday at some of the toughest pin locations. I've ever seen in a golf tournament period and then sunday was just perfect. I mean it's perfect. It's going gonna get so you're gonna see low scores and you had to make birdies. Do you think that courses were tougher back in the ninety s kind kinda like we talk about nba. No i think they know how to make it tougher. Now because obviously courses were tougher or Courses shorter back then but now they grow rough probably longer than they had before greens might have not been as undulated. People are learning how to make your golf course tough. it's not about designing it long. Making them firm fast having lucky weather in building the roth up. It's as simple as that. Are we going to have to figure out a way to colin proof some of these courses if you keep winning major championships would that look like if You tell me. Wh- what i'm not gonna tell. You design a golf bad for golf. You don't like your drivers. So maybe i don't know maybe i don't like it. I love my correct. I don't like it. I love seven hundred foot. Par threes seven yard scattered. Words foot would would not be that tough. What what we're like two hundred years to thirty with the The yardage books that you get over there. Do they tell you the the distance in meters or is it still in yards now. They they have a yard. They have one yard one meters. All the sprinkler heads are marked meters and yards. We don't have to do math. So is that the same way in the united states when you get when you get the yardage book. It says it in meters wait. What so if you're playing in at augusta will tell you yards. Well guyana when you're playing in the us it's it's always it's always yards and then guys do meters day to learn. They have to calculate everything. Caddies will go through it and change up the entire book. Wow that sounds almost like an unfair advantage to american golfers. Yeah but they should have thought about that before we kick in seventeen seventy six speaking of america. You're about to go. The olympics for our country are you. What's the format. So it's i know we talked about it briefly when you were here but it is it. It's a solo and then what is the actual format. How many days do you guys play. Four days it's like a regular tournament or through sunday next week Nothing that i mean. There's no team there's no team aspect of it other than we're representing our country representing us. There's there's another team aspect it's just not fair because some countries have one in usa's for saudi. How do you compare that right. So are you excited i. I know there's obviously some covert stuff going on. But like this is kind of a cool moment to be an olympian. Yeah exactly you hit you. Hit spot on like yeah. I'm an olympics allies. And you know with all the restrictions it's gonna be tough it's gonna suck someone little bit here to not see other athletes in watch them excel at what they do best. But i'm going to be in olympia you know i'm always going to have that for the rest of my life. I mean it happens every four years and think about two years ago as an owner now here to major championships headed to olympics. It's i a friend. That i went to cal with who is on the. Us water polo team for the olympics. This year i told him like realistically when we graduated that day like the olympics was probably not a realistic thought. I told him. I would add to do some very special yet there and we did. Now you gotta get the tattoo you gotta get the rings. We talked about it. If i win a think about it from there all right. Hey have you thought about. Where are you going to get the rings when you win. No your recommendations right across your stomach. I was gonna say tramp stamp would be good lower back. That always plays interesting. Yeah time he's tattoo. Yeah i'll i'll you guys can take your questions and and recommendations for that. That could be okay. Very if maybe type crowd source for you. Whatever our listeners. Decide that's where you get the tattoo. That's where i may at the tattoo. Okay bye winkled yes i. There's a lot of stipulations to lifts. I forget we bully you into giving us a percentage of your winnings. Think so no no. You were charging. Two million dollars savvy left with seventy thousand dollars of my paycheck before taxes. Colin for you to run my social media or for you to wish my name out there for two million dollars. I don't think we ever showed on it. Well look what happened. I mean i feel like the proof is in the pudding since then. Yeah we we build your major. We didn't do anything. Are we part of your team though. That's all i care about when you say. I want to thank my team and actually i saw your speech. It was great asking people to you know. Look at each other and say. We don't do that enough which i appreciate you saying. Thank you to us Our report can we. Can we loosely..
Flawless Finish: Morikawa Wins British Open for 2nd Major
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open I just one more you know when you when you're in these moments and you truly love what you do which I love playing golf and competing against these guys this is the best moment ever because the nerves push you to just be a better person the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss the Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one I'm grand like us
Morikawa wins British Open for 2nd major at age 24
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss for Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one rom strong finish means he will now reclaim the world number one ranking I'm grand like us
Oosthuizen Leads After 3 Rounds at the Open, Morikawa 1 Back
"Despite struggling on the final nine holes south African Louis used taste and has maintained his position on top of the British open leaderboard and will take a one shot lead over California's Collin Morikawa into the final round is Tyson made a crucial late birdie at the sixteenth the move Clea after sixty nine moved him to twelve under bar cabinet picked up to back down birdies to post sixty eight Jordan Spieth bogeyed the final two holes of the day but he's sixty nine still has him in third place at nine under Corey Conners and Scottie Scheffler are in touch next at eight under and US open champion Jon Rahm is among those five shots back I'm grandma gods
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"Oh exactly and it's he's in his own world right right. You can't even compare notes like you can't compare yourself to tiger woods when you're in the same talks it's great death but hopefully you know you look back and you can say you've been one of the best if not the best players of your generation. Hopefully when you're sixty five seventy years old. Hopefully i make it that far but yeah when you look back to say yeah you know. I did everything i wanted. And i did everything i could for me. I have no ceiling that i want to reach. I just want to keep pushing We'll see where that takes. It's going great right now. I mean you you punch your ticket to the olympics. Yeah top four in the us. That's got to be a really good feeling man. Oh it's amazing. One of the best honors. I'm going to be able to have in my life. Even though he can't do a lot of things we ought to kind of stay in this bubble You can't take it away from me. I'm gonna olympian. I'm going to be an olympian for life and That's going to be really cool. But obviously we're there to win gold. We had a little discussion on on on four play today about you know guys are dropping out of it and they you know they don't want to commit like you know at the end of the day like you're saying you're playing for your country and and i know that it's not like a team aspect. How do you feel about that. Where you're playing individually for yourself there as opposed to like playing with your teammates. We're playing individually. I'm still point for team. Usa right like you want to add another medal. You want to add another gold medal to that kind of tally up at the end of the olympics. And i don't think. I don't. I'm not gonna feel like i'm playing for myself. I'm going to feel like playing for team. Usa even though it still has an individual medal race. So you know it doesn't matter but man it gives me chills like thinking about it because like you just join another elite group of people that for us you know..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
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"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"What did you say they combination. Wow down bad right now all right. I'm down fucking bed. The bottom line is that tommy chow. Yup was in taft federal penitentiary and harris. English caddy was his private chef. What a combination that is and what a story that this caddy has right. Dude was locked up in the penitentiary for cocaine. I always out pulling pins for harris english at the travelers fucking tournament championship. That's that's quite a life that guys. it's quite story. Because i think i i saw one of the articles was like trying to make a comparison between harris. English is now. i'm on a roll harris. English is he had to take so he's had some time away from the winning in his career and his cat has had some time away from freedom. Someone said it was a very far reach to compare the two in someone who's legitimately like. They say that they both have something in common. Where harris english has had some struggles in his life on the golf course reaching the top again and his cat had some struggles southern cocaine and getting locked up for ten years so they both have that bonding experience of comeback stories and reaching the top. That's a reach out to reach reach. Yeah it was very very what a connection that's not. I do not see that. I thought it had to be said. I didn't think it turned into me. Just having a melting brain. I mean my brain is legitimately melting as we speak. Luckily none of that happened when you dot com workout right. I don't know did it now. It seems like you you like your will fail an old school. You blacked out during the collin morikawa at the debate when when the had well feral. I'm trying to figure out what happened last ten minutes. But okay i'm on harassing. I'm feeling good now. You're on a roll okay. Harish english did not from two thousand thirteen november until the century tournament champions in hawaii. This year didn't door now. he's won twice this year. Yeah so he's got something wrong right now and you know the guy. Komo's was imprisoned. Almost like he was imprisoned. He was in prison of his own golf game. Maybe one can say a locked away was his game as his caddie was locked away for selling cocaine see. Now you're starting to sound like golf writer. Yeah there you go trying to make a connection locked away like his caddie for ten years was harris. English is golf game. Yeah we should write that. I'm sure the cat. He's a great guy to. I'd like to take caddies. You see this guy in the european tour saved his guy from the water. Yes no i didn't. It's a very good. I'm sure the european tour knocked it out of the park. They fucking love promote and shit and they're so good at it they're very. I just tax it to the group tax. I want you to watch this in real time. This was just a phenomenal athletic. Professional selfless right. Now that is categories is what it says from the european tour who again has four hundred thousand views on twitter. These guys just put fucking numbers in seats. They put ashes and put numbers on videos. Yes god the european tour has the best social media game in the world are across it..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"You know. i'm kind of dipping my toe into the needing to buy a home phase right like at some point. I'm going to have to have a home and you live with your parents. Yeah currently live with. My parents was living in the city and the pandemic it went back with my parents and now can no longer do that or or reaching the point of no return of being able to do that. Who's more stressed about that. You or who's who's more fed up in that house you or your parents probably me at this point. I think my mom and dad would take me in until eighty sure there. There's very great. And they do not care one bit. But i i just need to. I need a home. I need home. Frankie needs a home. You know. I need to be able to do my country mortgage across country mortgage needs to help me out. I need to talk someone over there. You know we gotta get some stuff going. We gotta get some balls moving. We need some. We need one foot in front of the other when it comes to getting a house and cross country mortgage like. There's just a lot of things that you just don't really know that comes into the expenses of a house like lender fees and all these things you have to really take a look into everything about that house. What school district president and what are the taxes. Where is a gas. Is it electric much walking. Shit it's crazy so cross country mortgage. They can help you out with at least a couple of the things that you just don't need the stress with you know. Let them do it. Their experts absolutely reach out to them at cross anywhere. See what they can do for you when you connect with cross country mortgage. Tell them barstool sports sent you. They really are good people. We know them really well to work with them for a while. We've been on calls with them. We see them at events borstal classics. They're awesome they're people. I cross country mortgage llc in m l. s. three zero two nine all loans subject to underwriting approval www dot m. l. ask consumer access dot org Real quick before we move onto sunset over..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"I think it's hurt in the united states especially the interest in the women's game that there haven't been a ton of dominant american with female players in the last five ten years and like i said it's been i think since like stacy lewis Several years ago stints at american player has risen to number one in the world And now nelly korda is number one of the world. It's been since the eighteen years since an american females. One a major and the lpga now. She's won a major so i think it'll be overall very very good for the interest for women's golf. In the united states of america that nelly korda is is playing well and dominating the game because it's someone culturally and and just being from the same country seeing that american flag next to her name. That american fans are going to root for totally agree totally agree. Yeah makes sense. It really doesn't make sense. Let's been utter domination. Like you're saying in the fact that now we have like our person it is. It is our person that's like our country our country woman i was gonna say countryman countrywoman and We're going to rally behind. It is fun to see that american flag next to it. Because you need the disparity on the leaderboard you need to be able to. You need an american up there to represent the country to play. It does lose interest when it's the same people winning all over and over and over again the same countries when he over and over again it just becomes stale. Look tennis even like men's tennis. For example like men's tennis. I feel like interests has gone way downhill in the last thirty or forty years. It used to be way. Big dad talks about all the time like tennis. Used to be bigger than golf. People used to go nuts for tennis but they also have a ton of american guys like battling each other all the time and now for our entire generation like ever since andre agassi. We haven't really had american. That has dominated and ben You know huge on the on the male tennessee and therefore you know men's tennis hasn't been as exciting like pete sampras andre agassi going at it but now you've got you know federer ended dial and jovic. None of them were american. Just is it's harder to like latch onto the excited. So long story short. I think this if nelly korda continues to dominate. I think it will generate a lot more interest from the average american sports fan in women's golf. Which will be very very good for the game as a whole going forward. So congrats to her She seems awesome. Perner sister jessica submitted a video for the ldp so like maybe hopefully at some point we give them on but her nothing but good thing sue breath letting family so there's a lot of pedigree there and And she's just completely dominated the game right now which is awesome Cross country mortgage also dominating the game. They are people..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"I do need to get back out there. Put it on the list i taught. I mean that's crazy How young she is. I mean like you're saying it's one of the more you know the fact that women's golf is that young. I i don't know how. What do you think the reasoning behind. That is the fact that these girls are able to dominate the ages of eighteen and nineteen years old as opposed to like male sports. It's much later development. It's a very good question Because you see a ton. I mean you see it. There was like we talked about a few weeks ago. That'll eleven year old. I think she was that made it to the. Us open a few years ago And then you see the winds. I wanna say Somebody wanted the age of like fifteen or something like that on the pga tour. And when you look at that you're just like how could that possibly happen because no way like you're saying in men's sports. Do you see that so i don't really know about the girl i win tennis. She was fourteen years old in the us open and like she was point wimbledon and shit. Like i'm looking at it right now. She's seventeen she's been on the scene for like three or four years. That's what's so bizarre about it. Is that like they. When you see these in lydia ko. I wanna say has been pro. She's only like what twenty twenty one. Or something i feel like it's like she's really young and she's been on the scene for ever. So co was twenty four and she has been a professional golfer since two thousand thirteen. She's twenty four so that's that's just goes to show that like you know girls have just much more competition at earlier. Ages like playing like middle school high school golfer. Them must just be a nightmare. Postal a guys have a little bit more time to develop their game right like if you're not firing on all cylinders by the age of fifteen in the women's sports you're done it's over has passed you by. I mean if you're a tennis player coco already has you beat if you're sixteen years old just finding your rhythm coco's been playing and wimbledon for two years. That is that's preposterous. It's the third time said that word. Today preposterous yeah. That's okay someone said to me out there before about You know one of the guys had the facial hair nick and they're doing a buffet bits. Yeah and they'll and the word that people were using about their their their facial. Hair is preposterous. He's just latched on it. Right back into my head. You know that happens bummer. But anyways amazing work by nelly korda will be fun to watch. And i think the one thing about the women's golf game. I think everybody knows but nobody really talks about is that it has lost a ton of interest in the united states over the last five ten years. Because there's so much international domination and the only reason for that is simply like you root for your country you root for people that like you relate to that have similar cultural interest to you and win it that gets more distant it becomes harder to be emotionally attached and excited certain players if you don't really relate or understand those players as much..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"It's great new hampshire vodka. The official vodka barstool sports Okay kevin kisner this week. We obviously we talked a little about the playoff playoff. I think they should have just gone to the fifteen poll. Probably would've been cool that driveable par for baba hitting the water And you saw all kinds of scores that probably would have yielded a bit of a quicker result but aw i. I wanted to say like the travelers championship. Is sneaky just delivers all the time. It's got a great field That courses sixty nine hundred yards. I think they play up and the winners were thirteen hundred. That's a mason like. Gary woodland was thirteen under when he won the us open at pebble beach couple years ago. Thirteen under is nothing out. Good those guys are for that to be the winning score so the course holds up You know they're obviously up. In new england where the pga tour doesn't come very often so the fans are really into it and you get a lot of really really good results have had the speed thing You had the playoffs again. That so Just kind of a shout trash imaging which threaten. I have been to before. Yeah we did. We wouldn't followed keegan bradley around keegan's army. That's what the shirts said right. I think yeah yeah. And then we then he was very nice. He tweeted us after his round. One of the days. I forget which day was and he said. Hey come me around with the army. And we'll take a picture and that picture exists somewhere and we all very nice. Like was like moses parting. The red sea like moving fans out of the way to come find us to take a picture with the army that followed him And it started with like writers. Originally when gentlemen are Who was you know massachusetts guy who was playing but then there was like a year. I think that he just wasn't there and just didn't make it to the travelers. That dave and company picked keegan. Because he's new england guy and then we went up and falcons been to the tournament very very very good tournament. Great for the area great for connecticut and delivered a five of our guide. Kevin kisner tied for fifth two hundred and fifty three thousand eight hundred twenty dollars. Kids take someone.
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"I don't know of anyone that has five children in their in their fans. Wow four is the max. Yeah all right. Well that was family taught. And then we've got even like a few of my few of my dad's sisters played together last year the barstool classic so like that side of the family's like a little bit more into golf someone played like competitive golf and listen the show and stuff so i just like families when in to like what you were saying earlier frankie it is crazy to think about the fact that i don't live where a lot of that pretty much. Any of that family lives so over fourth of july weekend actually. I'm going to be home and seeing the family for two or three weeks. Kinda going to and from saint louis a good amount we got barstool classic there and everything so it will be nice to see my family. I got as trump was talking about it. I got a little bit like style joe. I can't wait to see a lot of my family. got him in new amsterdam vodka. Make sure to head to your local liquor store. Pick up the new summer co branded new. Amsterdam vodka bottle. These things are sick. Fellas bottles are awesome. Yes they got the little logos all over him red white and blue to beautiful bottle beautiful bottle. It's a showstopper you walk into your party. You walk into your day. Drink your dirty as we like to call it here. Barstool sports on saturdays dargis. You walk into a darty with that thing. My goodness i mean it's a show stopper. It's a beautiful bottle. You're going to get you're going to get the odds and its new amsterdam. So you know it's a good product it is. It's very very good. It's very cool the same extra smooth..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"We'd become weak and pathetic and susceptible to disease. You're down batman and you too young. This isn't this isn't a midlife crisis but there's something going on. You know something happened. I last night and how opposite this is yes. Last night we had homemade greek. So we went out on the barbie and we fuck in. I had five kebabs of forks. Souvlaki with six cubes of slovakia. Each kabbah grace will do the math on that. That's about thirty pieces of pork. Then i had five pieces of pita bread that was also slightly just grilled and nice and nicely chartres. Then after all that fucking happen. I could barely breathe angel food cake if you've ever had angel food cake of course it's the best. Oh my god. Spongy and you know what i through on their i through fucking cool. Whip who whitman. I did i did fucking strawberries. And then the cool up wasn't enough. I got actual. I got actual like icing to put on their goddamn and then went home. I went home. I watched the movie. Luca and eat popcorn and this. I started this escapade at five pm. And i ended up a tent..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"Fills parcel magic whether whatever it feels like. It's carried a few ships to barstools. All the boston ones with the patriots in the red sox the cubs the early days. The blackhawks just felt like that with the streams and barelli's and your dad. And i just wish it had happened for you because the moments we're gonna be the moment that you were amazing on the streams with stu and all you guys but if you guys had just gone and done the whole thing it would have been really something but i'm sad for you. That sucks just so fucking close but it is where it is and you know we move on and now we get. Let's golf season for me. Now you know. I mean what a fucking tournament this weekend to be able to just turn on and just kind of wash away the hockey i mean. I sat down on sunday and i was able to watch one of the more preposterous golf tournaments i've ever seen in my life. Eight playoff holes eight play offals travelers championship. It was weird. Got a little bit weird. At one point. I will say that the at least they weren't just like lagged putting in making pars There were some insanely clutch pots. From you know whatever it was ten feet that kept me a made even a few bombs that were being made but and eight hole playoff between just two guys and they were playing holds. That were pretty fucking boring. So i think a lot of people. It's it's a little bit of give. Take their in a little bit of a between a rock and a hard place because the eighteenth hole at river highlands highlands has delivered the speech. Moment where fucking growler throws the rag. We also at eight billion times over the last week during the travelers it delivered to huge pots On the seventy second hole from english and from kramer but then it delivered just like a bunch of parks got like all right man like we need. We need something. i think. It really hurt their case that it was down wind and a front pin. Because those guys just couldn't stop it like they were landing wedges right next to the whole it would bounce fifteen feet and then checking. They'd have fifteen twenty feet down the hill and it's just hard to make that but harassing english. It up obviously coming out on top. It was also weird dynamic. I almost started feel a little bit fifth or sixth playoff hole when the crowd is chanting for kramer basically and then you've got harris english out there like just just clearly. Nobody wanted him to win. and what that must have felt like that's pretty bizarre dynamic and golf that you don't get any sport that was just. It was just kind of weird. I felt like it was uncomfortable. It was very uncomfortable because you could see it right through the tv everyone. They were like these bros. That were drinking all day long..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Fore Play
"Have a huge show largely focused very good friend. Mr frankie borelli who has been through a lot. Obviously the last few months in the last week. But that's really not the biggest part of the show. The biggest part of the show is that last thursday. Our very own frankie. Borelli sat down one one by one on one with borelli with the current number four ranked player in the world in studio. And i have not listened yet but i must say that. This probably isn't anticipating anticipated. Louis as i've ever wanted to listen to an interview. So frankie How how are you feel. I feel great. I was obviously nervous going into it. Kinda got sprung upon me the night before. While i was at games watching game. Seven of the islanders people were like in the group chat saying com. Marco has twenty minutes in the office. Someone to be around to do it. I said i would just do it. We'll try to figure it out only was it. It was game six came six game six. Yes i was at the game reading all the tax and everyone was like you gotta do it and i said i'll do it. I was very very common because the islanders have just one and the whole thing. But i think it went well like it was nerve racking and i wonder how many people turned off the podcast. When rig started out saying this is gonna be a frankie borelli. Show now but you know when you're talking to a guy of his his success and his confidence level he just stares a hole right through speaking to someone in person just different man. Just slaps different as the kids. Say yeah yeah. I was talking to frankie when i when i got here today and i wanted to talk to him about it and he was just saying he went through all the parts. Where you're like. I'm supposed to talk now. Like collin morikawa. The number four player in the world is looking at frankie borelli after answering your question. Now he didn't say but it's clearly the assumption is that frankie is now going to speak once he's done answering so it's always worth. It's i'm sure it went great. I know frankie was very nervous in the group chat. We're like we're trying to hype them up. But you know how to talk to people. That was the main theme that we were pumping you up with. Was you know how to speak to people. I speak sometimes too much talk right. I was nervous though. There's no there's no denying you can probably hear a little bit of that as you should. You should be nervous. We just got done last week talking about how we're fan boys and we're never gonna change that nervous giggly energy when we're around professional golfers that professional athletes and celebrities and boy did that. Just come to fruition the next day after we started talking about that but colin was awesome. He's he's a really good guy. I mean we were even talking after the show and before the show just about just life and city and pizza and he message me over the weekend about like the pizza spots that i gave them recommendations are so i think it went. Well i think he left here with a good Good taste in his mouth..
"collin morikawa" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Are you the the one thing that bums me out about. Whenever you are doing well is still start throwing up all these like liz. How young collin morikawa is so. Did you know that you were the. I m sure he knew it but were the first guy to be paired with tiger who was born after tiger went pro. Yeah i saw that. That's i mean that's kind of a mind blowing thing i mean. I would assume that you loved tiger growing up. He's the guy was it intimidating to play with him. It wasn't really. Yeah but i see. Oh so we're on the same agency. So i got to meet him a couple times and just talk to them. So that's a little more relaxing. And i mean i hit my first. He shot and i used to use a you know what sorry i forgot. One of my sponsors grant thornton okay. I usually yards book. Can i forget them. Yeah thank you make. Sure get that in there. Yeah we got the But i used to use an ago bears at set and he looked at me after i had my first t- sean striped and he's like he just looks at me. Smirks and laughs like go bears. Right yeah right. I'm like wait. We just teed off on the first hole in tigers are like that was one of the best round that happened that same week. Kobe dod so that we can very memorable for me. So what what is it like when you're playing with someone is there. I guess we never really got to the bottom. That like is it always. I'm just competing against this guy or do you complement each other. Every now and then like how no seriously if you're playing tournament someone it's a great shot you say like cha complementing them like. Oh man you look really good. Wow you could do that. I would that and get them off their game hot today. Fire over their skin. Looks like they're will you play with. They don't say anything. There have been some guys where you're like dude. What is going through your head because like just being like a normal guy right say good shot right like some shots are just that impressive But there have been a couple here and there and like they're in their own world and you're like what what's going on like it was just pulled off one of the best shots you've ever seen but whatever so. It's just a norm in our sports. Say great shot okay. I'm going to give you one that you should start throwing out there. I like to do this every time on the golf course. She just no matter where they hit. You say you're going to love that you're gonna love that you're to love that okay. I'll try yeah. Just throw that out there. Every now and then he's done a pretty good job of a making sure that you don't get that weird golfers ten right across the forehead. I appreciate that walk. Pretty dark and bull. See i can see your your tan like on the tops your arms from being out in the sun a little bit but you see. It's it always cracks me up at like on the eighteenth green some guy that have been watching. Tv for the last like three hours takes his hat off. Stewart cink yesterday and the forehead is like twenty shades lighter than the rest of his body. Are you like really into sunscreen No my girlfriend is is all about that healthcare staff and i think everyone should got so much time in the sun. It's stupid we don't even realize it. And so i do watch but you can only do so much yeah not. I'm not wearing long sleeves everywhere. I t shirts and shorts. What what is it the pga. Just relax and be like hey. You guys can wear shorts and being a cart. Yeah so. I was thinking about this because i had to call her today about fashion. I'm i'm all for pushing boundaries like I practice in one way or another practice in a t shirt and shorts. I'm very thankful for the golf course. The summit That i'm at one of the discovery properties. I think you guys would love because you guys could show up sponsor nice. That was that was. An underrated says is an underrated discovery. What about us makes us. We would love a goal because like we're not everything golf like everything second everything else. They have the. It's all about you. Think other stuff about the spring break guys with jordan and speed and ricky and all those. They were at discovery. Proper there at baker's okay so that makes sense so not the gulf fashion wise. I think it's respectable. I mean pants are fine. Like i don't think there's anyone out there man. I really don't wanna play golf because after pants. And that's that's literally the data that's professional golf. I think other places need to like relax a little more because literally a professional golfer in the world. I practice in shorts and a shirt. Yeah i never put on a golf shirt. Other than when i have to go to another course or amount turn We should invent golf. Shorts specifically shorts physical has a called shorts schorr. no no. you're right colin. They've got they've got pockets or specifically ball sized holes in one has hole and dropped the ball when sioux cheap. Yeah right exactly walking along off shorts. Can we talk real quick about that. Shot you had the memorial. Kazak was very relatable. You just missed. The ball are yeah trying to think which one. But what yeah. What's the ruling there. So if people don't know collins memorial he was in the lead or tied for the lead. The ball was deep in the rough. He swung just didn't hit anything. How does that count as a shot. I don't understand that because it's an attempt but you could just really just kidding practice know who's a legitimate like you know off your face like if you were need to start doing. Privatised look so much like attempts. Can't figure out what's crazy. That actually did that last year as well really. Yeah i did the exact same thing on the same hole. So i've got issues. You guys need to go there before the tournament and kind of walk around and and make it a little league. Yeah yeah we okay. All right yeah we go to lay down. So what do you do like. That's really fuck you out. A club wanted to go in that water though straight ahead everything was bad thoughts but i mean what are you going to do so like i thought about it on the next shot. Let's make sure i don't do this. And then you can't say like just joke what that i. Yeah like or just practice. Because they can't get in your brain right if you like. Can you live with your high. Yes definitely you can live with. That would saying that was practices. I yeah knowing that knowing that the balls they're useless straight underneath the ball not even trying to practice because like swings practically from the gulf right..
Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend I've never played this well in the U. S. open so I don't really have a good memory of what what the last few have been light besides maybe Shinnecock Handley after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa I'm Graham like us
The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend and late after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa nine Graham like us
Players pay tribute to Tiger Woods, show support by wearing his Sunday colors
"Not that we need to look for. Signs of what tiger woods is meant to the sport of golf. But if you did. I mean senior. Collin morikawa was talking about After the win yesterday so emotional grad talking to some degree about the passing of his grandfather recently but wanting so deeply to thank tiger woods for everything. He's done for the sport and how pleased he was that he was gonna pull through this whole thing. I mean that combined with the guys wearing red. I mean it just it just tells you. Tiger woods has meant to the sport across the
US golf star Collin Morikawa, 23, wins maiden major at the PGA Championship
"For college sports. Major championship decided Sunday on the PGA Tour. Colin Morikawa is gonna walk up to this and tact in a par at 18 and Colin Mora Kala with that tap in par. Is going to be the 2020 p G, a champion, the first major of the year and the first major in the career for Colin Moore, a cow at the age of 23. Serious except PGA Tour radio. It was a jam packed Leaderboard on Sunday. Seven were tied for the lead at one point, but then came the 16th hole for Morikawa. He drove the green on the par 4 16 and then sank the eagle part. He shot an impressive round of 65 on Saturday. Did even better on Sunday with a round of 64 1 29 total. For the weekend, lowest weekend ever at a major. All time. He's also the youngest to ever break 65