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"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"D. G. Choi has just made birdie at fourteen choice with an eagle and two birdies on the backside K. J. Choi and Phil Mickelson tied for second at five under par trailing our leader Ernie els els is through fourteen hours Choi tees off at fifteen he looks down and discussed as he misses this tee shot off to the right Phil Mickelson playing thirteen has reached the green in two minutes voyages and he does have a putt for eagle just a monster tee shot big high favor fell right in the center of the fairway good safe iron again for the second time today I'm gonna say that Phil was very low it was a little bit unlucky there in a second shot his ball could hit and taken that slow down the right from the middle the green which is exactly what Ernie els shot dead end up about eight feet behind the hole Ernie els tapped in for the birdie for the eagle excuse me Phil's ball hung up hi there same thing happened to him back on six where his ball landed about were burned hardliner then on the par three came all the way down off the back from the green led to bogey there for Phil also said a couple tough breaks there was some really some pretty good shots Ernie els on the tee at fifteen he is our leader at seven under par he doesn't have to smoke this he just has to hit Saudis got plenty a club to get there and tunes looking anxiously was Paul is going down the right hand side just barely into the second cut up on the right hand side of the danger here is that he's not gonna be able get enough spin on the ball you may lose control was shot going into the green army is made birdie all three days at fifteen to fifteen and Jim gray about that's exactly.

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Tiger Woods leads Team USA in 2019 Presidents Cup

Ron St. Pierre

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods leads Team USA in 2019 Presidents Cup

"A preview Tiger Woods enters his ninth career presidents Cup of this time around it will also serve as captain of the American team in the bi annual tournament held this year at royal Mel born in Australia tiger excited for what he sees as a stack U. S. what were a very deep team the guise of of played well this entire year which joint on the American team by eleven others including Patrick reed Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas means on the international team is captain by golf legend Ernie els and will feature Adam Scott Louis with Susan and had Dechy Monceau

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Els adds 2 more Presidents Cup rookies with captain's picks

SportsCenter AllNight

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Els adds 2 more Presidents Cup rookies with captain's picks

"Ernie els finishing out the international team roster with his captain's picks including a couple more rookies which brings the total to six players on the international team who will be playing the presidents Cup for the first time else also selecting Jason day as one of his captains selections US squad is led by Tiger Woods he will announce his captain's choices on Thursday he could use one of those selections on himself has been a player captain in the presidents Cup since Hale Irwin in the inaugural event in nineteen ninety four the only one for the international squad came out well Melbourne two decades ago the Americans though one at the same venue

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"ernie els" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on Racing Post

"Casual unli-, Ernie Els is compatible. He carries them when they city gormless semi. Smile. It. Just annoys the hell out of back, Tim, I'm desperate Frings win. But it just looks like he doesn't care when it's folding Paul. I think it's just an entirely some of them have it's the same. But like the likes the DIGI DIGI, don't if whether you shoot flavor of the pyre Ted over part at the meaner just stays say personally, I kind of liked it. I don't like clouds get too high or too low at to stay even keeled just player player Gulf more times than not you're going to get the results that you're looking for. Okay. Fair enough stave who are you going to all meant Cabrera Bella with meant him with two Englishmen Jordan Smith Jones Smith quickly shown, a liking pathetic Gulf worn on the one in the United Arab Emirates on the challenge. Tour finished twelfth in the DP. Whoa, tool championship at the end of last year could engage last month. So he seems quite shipper and on his Twitter posts just on Friday DASS as well believe. So it's still a young, man. Twenty six years of age. He won the European opened in two thousand seventeen a little bit glandular fever ins career stolen for half. A year. But it seems brought by contracting are finish eleventh in Abu Dhabi alongside rougher bail. I'm only concentrating plaza at a warm up last week. I think if you played in Abu Dhabi ego of distinct advisory similar test to face this week and a lot what sort from Smith last week. So yeah them I two and then the phone one is Tom Lewis three great rounds last week infuriatingly bad third round. I think Lewis back is our new styles and backers last week didn't enjoy that third round. But Louis recovered on on on on Saturday, the foreign around play really well finished ninth and from July onwards, he's just been churning out. Fantastic results. He won on the challenge tour in September boy off the track and then he won the Portugal masters again in the same month couple of weeks later. So yeah, I think Lewis is threatening to become this. The superstar is mature record suggested. He would be so I'm keeping faith with Lewis this where. Yeah. Cabrera Pao's Smith and Louis Mithra against the field at what point between Wednesday and Sunday last week's five days ago. Faction was your moralities Lois? When Lewis was disappeared out the back door and sat round round three round three very very poor bird Lewis, frontline and Holly hopes for Lewis. And then on this on this on the phone around Lewis impeaches we'll both in each way places and looking good for a pair of each wipe in an as a say, I think I've got to leave alone for a little bit or something. It's not quite RAV there. Did you know all I don't go very very bad feeling about this. The two gophers that you hate full Bulan Alderson, and Chelsea how of not back to more than this. We our suspect that both win this week. They weren't my say all his main road stuck called him the flatter it just flat as and then just just go goes wrong for anti handsome men on you. You don't like how handsome is. But you. Many just north flatter. It's just not true. How many? It's just the way. Because he is so handsome Jemaine. Also, you're a handsome, great judge. But I I like you. We kind down also choppy waters here in who you going to old men who stays in with three moral slide with the next passes. Martin climber put off last week. I was beloved Dhabi first round sixty six dream, no big returns. But he started on Friday and Saturday finished twenty second in the end his long game was exemplary though, Frank I in the field and greens regulation. His Puerto was just ice ice cold. Sure have been challenged for the title over the weekend. Looking at the emerets golf, a very solid portfolio is four figures and says and eight wreath second fourth fourth. Thirty first Turkey four misquote twenty-third nineteenth as I said last week. I repeat my suffer. Just need to good week and the greens on a willing the chance of Magana, Iran. Forty two one the first outsiders Jason's Scrivner scripted avai solid week and Abu Dhabi sixteenth place..

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"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Goes to sleep and sometime later he like opens up isaac ernie els towered over just strokes dude copilot comes out and it's like stop this stop like with in the plane in california while you're over far they were like that's it so they sit down and marino's like same thing nightmare goes to sleep or what it tries to sleep whatever applied at florida the back of the plane and he's like wait for any like grabs bags goes like oh my god i never want to see this guy because he's got to walk downstairs ernie standard we've met the ball oh my god this guy's gonna kick me on the tarmac now and he walks down the stairs earns a great flake steve we'll see you around oh man true story is it first of all it's unbelievable one is like time everything's good he's aggressive face were crushing beers and i don't know where ernie els well now we fight headbutts the second one second what is what he wakes up he opens his eyes and cracks them again ibooks them again before that he asks him if he's having a nice time well guess what this is when it finally got confirmed he went ernie els went on a no laying up podcast yesterday and the hosts were smart enough to ask him is this true scotty was is like a little brother to me he flew with me a lot dustin johnson older guys everybody fluids me in the marino one is obviously the line of you does this myself and stevie from japan all the way down to bomb beach and we had to drink it was and it was a long way down to you know there was a lot to talk about and you know we we kind of hugged each other here's a leftist in the airplane but nobody really seriously injured or anything like that and it was there's all in good fun i heard if he shook at the end of the guy we'll see you later that's it actually like nothing happened this is what guys do i guess how old is this guy by the way thrown hands probably like high forties headbutting dudes in a friendly with this phrase all in good fun yeah how we do it man who disgusted on oh my god but that was my my ernie accent on poi not bad at all way better than i could have done dude i'm incredible incredible story truly is and also to way els plays it down like it's nothing no yeah taking a lot of flights does that mean he goes he fistfights everybody gets on this plane is the one that people to talk about his stevie when people when they all want to talk about what you broke his nose while we started talking about some other ones but they want to talk about disease having a bud light and shrimp cocktail next thing he knows wiping blood off his shirt in credible what you're crushing beers rabbit a great time next thing you know he headbutts me he goes to sleep and some time later he like opens up his is ernie els towered over up just strokes i again a second time second round of fighting waiting for him at the bottom you say hey great time all in good fun you say isn't this fun city national bank business and technology clark read markets continue to recover from yesterday the dow is forty seven of the plus side nasdaq up sixteen and snp ahead five hot on the heels of their approval for snapping up time warner.

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"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Having at wbz tourism dot com now back to murph and mac on knb six eighty high three weeks ago heard from our dear friend pat he said murphy i know ernie els is your guy right pat he is ernie els is my favorite golfer of all time because when i covered i everybody let's trivia i would never have guessed that my favorite warrior volta excuse me james green was my favorite warrior whole time although that had to waffle when he got suspended for teas and groin kicks and all that ernie els i would not have guessed all because many reasons there's this swung through the swing is just second to none it's like the greatest thing you've ever seen the history your life everybody in rhode island's tough but he told me a phenomenal story about calling ernie in england at his house earning had given him the phone number and the the lovely lezo els answered the phones at tommy's the pub what's in the rugby with with his mates and as good as she goes she goes you can call them at the pub he said i if you call to given the number of the is the number so he called the pub into an and the guy answers rowdy and there i'm looking for ernie els because like o'day else comes to the phone and tobbaco like earning we were going to do this interview me man i no i said that but i've had quite a few bears with my mates man can't do the interview today great store i love it just phenomenal ernie answering the phone in the pub like admitting his house.

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"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Greens i remember shooting sixty six on a saturday at oakmont and a lot of my friends say because i shot seventy seventy three or four in the final day they say you choking choked choked a little bit but i couldn't get near the flag where i could shoot at the flags on saturday on sunday that took the moisture out of the place and they put the flags on on positions and you couldn't really school so you know it just dictated of how the golf course was set up again the conditions can just fluctuate some much which i really really don't get so yeah hopefully they get it right because they just haven't added right i mean they got some it was it was pathetic then you had lost you at a new golf course to to remain in a sixteen under ones and then and then this year they do that to shock so i don't know where this thing's gonna end couple more we'll get we'll let out of here appreciate your time but i want to know what is what are you most proud of in in your entire career wow that's a that's a good one i should've sorta that one i you know being out you for quite some time in turn pro back in nineteen ninety and playing i think we'll i the world and and and winning the world i think that's that's really something yeah i mean and just having a good report with people i think leaving the state i think is is important that you live with some dignity yeah i mean like the guy beats the hell out of you but i'm still in good stead with with the fans the players and so forth and and really playing a worldwide schedule i think we touched on that i think that that made me a little bit different and and i did it my whole career which was kinda nice and i think i think most people would agree that your your dacian work els for autism is is one of the most recognizable names in the in the gulf world i guess when it comes to charity where can you tell us about the passion that is behind your your foundation was there was there many foundations when you started it seems like every gulford foundation now it was a big drive of the tour but was there much of that when you started it or was it pretty new idea well you know you gotta give the pj to credit i mean they they charity based organization i mean that's drives them every tournament we got to this charity dollars being given to two local charity so you know you have a pretty good understanding of what the tour is all about i was lucky enough that i had things go my way and my parents could send me overseas my first thought before my family came around was to help junior gophers have the opportunity to be able to do what i did get south africa and go and try and play overseas i mean that exchange right compared to the dollar and the pound is is really weak so you have to have a lot of capital to leave the country so i deal with we did was a foundation for junior golf guys are pretty good we would help him through school and give them opportunity to guy was season play and then the family came around especially with ben when bain was born with autism when we got our heads around it myself and my wife started l dozen and you know we moved up by from london to the us because in london they wasn't the kid my boy could get wasn't good enough we were very comfortable in florida and the us people are just the most unbelievable people we raise money and we've both this one of a kind school for autism in florida and this this kind of school is exactly what the people of autism needs right around the world so hopefully governments people will come and look at the school and both a hundred of these things because my boy has gone through the roof he would absolutely hate going to school i had to drag him out of the house in the car out of the car into the clause kicking screaming he cannot wait to get out of the house in the car out of the car it's school and now we gotta dragging out of school to.

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"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

"The rivalry mostly their cricket or rugby b mostly anything i'm not a surfer but i know surfing they they got bitta surfaces than as at the moment have they had your number in cricket or rugby or what's the the receipt for a little bit they had us in cricket full bad three or four years the but you know now they they kinda striving was with a lot of things the moment but hopefully they can put us through in his presence how does that how did the process for you becoming the president's cup captain work did you have twenty nineteen as the year that you knew you wanted to or who who how does that process i'm not sure i mean nick price offered me to help him at liberty a couple of years ago and in yeah we went show who is going to be cutting and then the next thing i heard that you know jay monahan said that i should be kept in really jumped at davis is no real say the way of new captains coming i'm not sure who's going to be the next guy it's a fantastic host course to be able to captain at absolutely you have any latitude as far as how to set up the course i know that's kind of been appointed contention in the past with but they've got their rule set neither of the captain's really has a big advantage you know whether the us kept in the us doesn't get that much advantage in the same with us down they anything from me is that i know the course very well and i've got a very comfortable way of going to australia now no melbourne very well another television well and i know the conditions very well so i can give that to the place already told him that whatever they need to know about that cost you know i can give them a little bit of there's a pretty good pretty good feeling it'll be firm and fast yeah i mean that time of the year it'll be early december conditions can be like this believe it or not and then the next that can be one hundred degrees it's a it's got a different climate down there in melbourne i mean i'm sure you guys have been the we were out on that golf course and it was about ninety five degrees in a breeze came from the opposite direction and the temperature drops twenty degrees in eight seconds like san francisco cape down you can go places at under well it's amazing when you're looking to pick players for that team what do you what do you think you base that on kind of you know past victories and experiencing that stuff is it recent form who fits the course interesting i mean all of those above that you've mentioned i think got full picks i guys going to qualify through the world rankings and then i got full picks enough already told the guys that i will look at guys who have done well well melvin there's a local guy and he's in real good form i might throw manhattan oeste guys if k with that i really wanna have the guys influence in in the full picks this time around because i have to play with these guys you know i want them to be really comfortable with him it's not there's not use of me picking guys and in the other guys comfortable so yeah i mean i think a guy that's an expert around will mel might have a good chance of getting in team that someone who at the time you'd already won three majors been under the pressure of major championships that playoff in the oath three presidents cup against tiger with all of your teammates all of the pressure riding on you and everything was at stake that feel different than being in contention in a major yeah i did mean was totally different i mean i was more nervous the than anywhere else because in amazigh if you screw up it's yourself you you blame yourself and you know you get out of town but if you screw up in front of your teammates foia team for a cup very different you know i can saints now nba guys must feel like you know throws full for the championship game for three point stuff like that i mean it is on the line and in golf it's it's not a moving sport like nba tennis so you got a lot of time to think you'll shut all your guys are they and the crowd today.

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"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Difficult to sleep sometimes you know and i just find it very difficult always threat mercury ago west to east just always i guess you guys time yeah can't get to sleep till two three o'clock in the morning and it's not good when you have eight o'clock teton yeah you know and i just felt out of sorts today i i don't know i've i've done pretty well with jetlag throughout my career but i think it gets tougher as you get older the more you think the more you do it the more you adjust to it but it's not true it's not the case i mean every what is it day if it's a five hour time change it takes five days and that's starkly that's just been my be my way so you can't shortcut it almost found going to asia even better it you screw up so badly that it almost resets but i think europe in us is actually really exactly it's just just enough to really screw up asia you must day kind of recalibrate off here too because i mean it really doesn't get dark 'til thirty eleven it's still dusky out well might enough excuses i think i need some race like good three weeks away and kind of see where we go from the i mean we're tired and we haven't had to play golf this i'm not fully ready to move on from the plane though i wanna know who were the who were the best travelling companions on the plight like the best tanks i mean all the guys i mean we've all the way from as stevie i mean i've had the whole community i guess dustin jamie love mark keegan bradley justin rose can anyone not hang everybody hindered extents and he doesn't have too many you know he he was with me from korea graeme mcdowell where the great time thomas bjorn us another one that doesn't really have anything but you know we force them to have a good time rolling stones play all the time start me up as we get in at a plane off man god i we will like rockstars we really enjoyed it i mean i really got a lot out of the plane and my pilot stayed with me for seventeen years rob so he's maybe the wants to talk to yeah i'm not gonna give you two well great you gave you gave us enough if you weren't going to give us the stories we were gonna go to the sources about it and you gave us enough that we won't go digging too much no that's great so we have a question that we like to ask both young players and and and older players about their careers in their earnings and everything and one thing theory that we have is how much money that tiger has put in the pockets of other players essentially so it was like to ask if in your opinion how much money would you say tiger has earned you over the course of your career many thank really thank him i mean he was he was a little bit at in me so he took a little bit of money out of my pocket on the course you know blang but the purses just went up ridiculously i mean i remember when i came out i think in nineteen ninety four was kinda pre tiger out of ninety six you know one three hundred sixty thousand was my first price for the us open and ninety four and just a couple of is late i was a million dollars in ninety seven yeah this past week it was two million two million so what is done for the writings i mean all you guys i mean really brought in mainstream media spectators i mean you name it i mean even across the pond all yeah so to speak you know over yeah prize money has gone up popularity is going up it's just been an amazing run how do you you know with all the international travel you've done in international winds and stuff do you feel like you're more appreciated inside the us or outside the us from gulf interesting i luckily of gelled well was with both sides you know the the crash the us you know a good report with him and the same year in europe and even asia you know i.

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"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

"With me i mean we as you as we talked about it i mean i've played everywhere from south africa australia dubai to fiji a y you one in japan singapore japan i mean you name it and the kids were with us i mean we would like a little like a bunch of gypsies about ten years you know just everywhere we went to kids came and i could not have done it without the plant so i had a real great bonding experience with my kids when they were really young which is important what was the biggest culture shock of all of those places but what was the moment that shook you the most the many places we've gone you know but thing that can quite prepare for india india was we heard about you know a lot of people that and all that we loved it but still you know going into daily i think there's like twenty two million people in down downtown daily and i loved it but it was it was a lot of people i mean especially with come from in south africa we hear about i think there's twenty thousand people in this little town we live in the twenty two million people was quite a quite a shock that's how feels like going to orlando for me i'm from small town i lived in orlando for a while though and it was not quite that bad traffic we're just up the road from you now we're in jacksonville so we find our way to orlando a decent amount but we've heard we've heard stories a lot about about the plane about the traveling on the plane a hot topic right now stay that i mean i we've had some interesting flights obviously they don't talk about the flights with your family too trying to keep the clean the we've had some interesting flights obviously invite my friends onto the plane you know give them a right and you know on the airplane very seldom on long flights that we drink water you know do definitely enough bia on the plane a lot of the guys like keti used to ricky used to fly with me a lot and he said that he thought that the plan could run on heineken so much in this so steve marino that's that's the that's the big one scott scotty was is like a little brother to me he flew with me a lot dustin johnson i mean all the guys everybody flew with me and but the marino one is obviously the one that you talk about consisted this is my self and stevie from japan all the way down to femme beach and i mean we had a lot to drink was in the end of the and it was a long way down to you know there was a lot to talk about and you know we we kinda hugged each other it was a leftist in the in the airplane but nobody really seriously injured or anything like that and it was there's all in good fun i heard at the end of that did hands were shook at the end we'll see later that's it actually like nothing happened just just what guys do i guess there's a lot of this running heard that that guys are required to surf the airplane we suv couple of landings who's the best surf advocaat yeah scottie bed little bit light to good footing coming in a long board but you got gotta have a good pilot and hopefully doesn't have to put emergency brakes on because you'd be through the front but everybody's landing everybody can remember we'll see mentioned before we got on just kind of feeling a little jet lagged and stuff did that have you always been a good travelers that stuff starting to catch up with you now later in your career i guess as you get older you find it.

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"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And click on the gulf category they won't last long so please do hustle and there's also some very limited edition gear available to like custom oh geo stan bags and some sandblasted mac daddy four wedges stamped by the master anthony toronto so go to shop dot whalebone dot com to pick up the golf issue in some merch because sure as hell not getting mine so turning over to ernie here now we do bypass any formal introduction of any kind get right into the interview so please do enjoy and thank you for tuning all right earning you are known as one of the most international players in the world where where does your inspiration for travelling to play golf all over the world come from now is just from my head i mean south africanborn and you know in the tip of africa you know you if you wanted to play it will get it anyway in the world map as a golfer yet to travel so i've been travelling since i was a young boy i think i was third thirteen fourteen my very first long trip to san diego california as about as long as it gets better twenty seven hour trip today so yeah it's just it's in our blood i guess from down in south africa you have to travel to get anyway a lot of people aspire to make a career out of the pga tour once you've done that he made a very successful career the pga tour you still traveled a lot internationally is that kind of just that that was kind of instilled in you from that or i guess you know when i got onto the european too i you know so kind of my next stop at of so that's a european tour and and then kind of film gut myself onto the us to ninety three ninety four and i just found myself playing both to us it's not like i wanted to just kind of work that way i my first base out of south africa was really in london so i really got familiar with london and it's a great city and then kind of got myself a little spot in orlando florida back in the early nineties so i've kind of two basis out of south africa the main one in london and in orlando later so it just kinda moved into what it is today really just by accident if you could marry the best elements of the two main tours of the pga tour in the european door how would that look like well i love the food in europe i love the food in the us obviously but you know you got so many different cultures over here in europe so many different countries and just love eating yeah eating and give you know food stuff but love the food i think the golf courses in the us you know condition wise weekend we cuts it's a little bit better than over here yeah you have very different conditions from week to week this week in germany next week in in france then you go to links golf after that you know irish in this car is in a british show very different conditions you got a debt all the time which is also interesting and nice you know it's not just a kind of a cookie cutter every week the same you know it's a little different here which i like but it's a lot easier in the states bassist ourself did and you know move from tournament to tournament in the states it's it's a lot easier on the body and in in on the family really what when did you hit the point where you decided okay need to get my own plane well just fell into that one too you know i you know when the kids were young i've felt the one of the try and keep them with me on the road united couple of good years and i got a good deals to be honest with you i got into that expensive little hobby but it's been really fun i've just sold it a plane i'm back onto with with nature again but footer very long time i could have my family.

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"ernie els" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Found guilty of murdering eight women three and illinois and now a conviction for five more women in southern california sentencing is next jack riley father of the saddleback college band at forty one time says he's fine if ernie els gets death or life in prison on death row he's in that little tiny cell he does have no communication with anybody the guards don't even talk to them or if he gets life prison your justice will take over you'll be gone he says either way early alice will die in prison corbin carson kfi news news brought to you by unicom global police have arrested sixteen year old boy accused of threatening to kill a teacher at his high school in lake arrowhead cops say they found a shotgun and ammunition and the boys bedroom yesterday before the teen was picked up a pakistani exchange student killed in the mass shooting at a high school a high school near houston texas has been buried in her hometown of karachi the us ambassador to pakistan was one of the people who was at the seventeen year old girls funeral secretary of state mike pompeo has met with the house foreign affairs committee about security for the congressional midterm elections in november pompeo says so far his department has not been able to find ways of deterring russian interference we will not tolerate russian interference in our two thousand eighteen election's much work has been done there's more to do pompeo says the state department will take appropriate countermeasures in response to the ongoing efforts of the russians he did not say what those measures could be for a second year in a row in and out has lost the title of most beloved burger chain to an east coast invader five guys the harris poll says in and out is slipping in the national burger rankings because only has restaurants in six states five guys is a younger more expensive brand but it has locations across the us and in europe it also offers bacon which in and out has only toyed with for april fools pranks traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center stall in commerce on.

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"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"His game can get there again that he has that talent inside of them the thing when it comes to major there's like look at who we're talking about dustin johnson roy mcelroy jordan speeds justin thomas rickie all of these dudes and this is what i used to tell people and they're like tigers coming back and he's gonna look all of these kids i'm like you think you can't stop practicing right well targets back we ain't gotta work no more like you know we're good that's not how it works like and and and all of these kids now are looking at tiger like yes get help me because i want a shot at your best right in the in the past like ernie els was never like yeah i can't wait to get a piece of tigers by one i want i want his death because they are new like if tiger brings his a game was over your gun tiger woods on thursday and friday combined this plus three plus now on the weekend he's minus twenty four going into today mine is twenty four you know what that means that means even tiger woods played tight right now when it's all on the line and then when he makes the cut on the number of just the saturday and it's like who plays loose and relaxed and goes deep on saturday you know why because it don't matter that's like standing that's like hitting three pointers in practice anybody can hit three pointers in practice 'cause it don't matter who's hitting the three point or one is going three two one and the games on the line you know but in golf that matters on thursday and friday putting yourself in that position so it's just one of those things is it's just different and and to talk about the guys who are who are the edge and wants to be on top i think it would be a better analogy to say those dudes play like two things one they play like they're always broke like they got no money and they're trying to make money and always playing for contract and two they also are always playing like a ghost this chasing them and the and the gozo tiger woods the ghost for tiger woods right now is father time i mean i think that there is a doubt in and that's what's chasing him right now.

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"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That the pool is just too filled with guys who don't have that tiger scar tissue i it is a deep deep end that scar tissue is exactly what i was gonna go with here's the thing when tiger was in his heyday david duval vj singh phil mickelson ernie els he pummeled them sergio sergio garcia correct he pummeled them but they even won their share of major championships these guys have never they grew up idolizing tiger but they've never played against him when he was his best twenty thirteen's the last time tiger one five times in two thousand thirteen but those guys were just puppies in twenty thirteen now they're seasoned veterans he opened the door for them that door was always closed for the ernie els phil mickelson vj singh david duval routine houston era and the door has been left ajar by tiger because of his absence here on the world stage the last four or five years and these guys have busted through what speed is three majors rory's won four majors justin thomas has his major jason day has his major justin rose has his major dustin johnson has his major these guys know what it's like to win and i think he's coming back in to go up against these guys who have way more experience and they've got a lot of shops and they're not intimidated by they love him they respect him and they worshiped him but they don't get intimidated by 'em because they've never seen anything up close and personal to be intimidated by they've seen it on tv but that's when they were kids before they were winning golf terms steve sands is the voice you hear you see him on the golf channel by the way when we want to get the plug when do we see you what are your time's where's your where's your mug on my tv mad we were just on for four hours take a little bit of a break we'll be on tonight we'll be all wondering your san francisco let's see five am tomorrow to nine am we're on for four hours hosting or live from the masters coverage tomorrow morning so join us that it's a lot of fun and then he guys gone in the evening sitting by the fire you.

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"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the next couple of months for tiger woods at listen is fouryear absence when he really wasn't doing anything but taking care of his back yeah rory ricky dustin jordan speed justin thomas all these guys come out they emerge are they happy tigers backer they wondering cheese well we're playing spectacular gulf air nobody paid attention now all of a sudden although the whole world's back here now i think that the great i get a great question because i think it's really up to or how they yeah uh so cool but here's the thing fell none of these dudes all right none of them had to deal with with tiger did and it and it like a two thousand two ernie els say justin fighter davis love david duval all those guys like they didn't have to get steamroll by him and think that this way species justin thomas they have it the fleet in a major the tiger one they've never even competed in one with him so it's cool to them to see the guy is their golfing euro dusted off a little bit but if he's the guy in the rig with and then suddenly he gets that look back in the spoils go away any starts starlet it it uppercut you with the fist pump at beat yeah you know that it won't be as flood but right now right now everybody in the game is legitimately pumped at the at the possibility that he can be part of the equation and i think they although that there's enough for all of us to eat you know what i mean we're all going to be well what welfare wellwatered just having him in the mix i mean look at the ratings guys say he's in the rate.

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"ernie els" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on WGIR-AM

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"ernie els" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on WCTC

"In any of the new isn't in any of no i played with justin rose in china uh at herro who wasn't ernie els once upon a time now okay what's your favorite course that you've ever play it's hard to tell you job but i i got so deepened the distal better i built a simulator what do you me i mean i have a golf she loader at home at home yeah okay so uh so which would you like to put on your simba other beach pebble beach you but one in the water under saw i have put a lot of in the water uh riot morgan freeman here on the rich eisen show uh just getting started again in fear is near you will get to that uh shortly are you an nfl fan editor of any so arman nfl fan fish mckay yeah all right if i've disconnect i got frightened like everybody else interesting uh while you know it it's it's it's a dangerous game mmhmm and we only recently of finding out how dangerous and so uh select my girlfriend said nerd we were simao margin she says i hate that i like there's so much so she said so as you're any team at you follow when you do uh find the time two young okay um we put it much followed the cowboys socaille bought i'm also a fan of dolphins in the saints southern okay she's run around that be boron mississippi ah and you follow mississippi players into the nfl yes gas accounts how we got back prescott with the with the m arrive dallas cowboys it's her hand pm and we we got dumb robert kim daeshik yes with the card and right on this he was just raft by the cardinals are a couple of years ago and far defy guests vegas farthest mr mississippi our way of yasser long ago the right with if he's now he just selling stuff.

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"ernie els" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Could say that even try to counter that mike is to say that that nobody saw tiger coming and what i mean by that is phil mickelson uh ernie els they were always going to be and even david duval i would throw into this they were always going to be the best player of their generation but you can find very few generations where they wouldn't have been the best player but tiger woods was so he was the 500year flood he was so unbelievably good that he amassed kill aided everybody that he caused everybody to change her golf swing change their body change the entire approach if they have the game and literally and and i could throw search serge garcia this like nobody knew what to do with tiger woods he was so go back and look at the interviews of ernie els who was you know he was he was he was marvellous in handling these difficult questions about how you going to beat this guy and he would say look we can't we cannot be there's just no beating up so if her hadn't been around you know it might be that phil mickelson would have eight to check out my bean ernie els would have seven or eight himself because they were always going to have that many they were that good a player interesting so back to the tiger we expect what gave me what brandel chamblee expects this tiger woods to be right now what would what would what would be your expectations what would surprise.

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"ernie els" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ernie els" Discussed on Pod Save America

"I appreciate your caution and using the president's claim because he if you say it three times kellyanne conway netrikkan appears itself so you know we've been in dc over the weekend we were watching the television ads and the republicans want to focus this race on this issue around immigration confederate monuments whether colin kaepernick sits stands ernie els and so as we're in the final stretch here how do you guys plan on ensuring the conversation is focus on the issues that are core to your campaigns have mattered virginians we know we just are staying where the positive message and to your point opponent has been very divisive just continue to promote the hatred in the bigotry he's cut out of the same cloth as mr trump he's you know he's a washington lobbyist now he's donald trump's chief lobbyist and that's not the virginia way we don't promote hatred and and bigotry here in the commonwealth over virginia but if i could make a point you you said earlier what would change with democrats we had another tremendous tragedy today in san antonio and how many more tragedies do we have to witness before we as a society stand up and say enough is enough and i just want to make the point i heard i heard emily out here earlier talking about knocking on doors and make him phone calls and that's the way we're gonna win this election on on tuesday but you're not tell people all the time all three of us we we're more than willing to sit down and believe in our principles and values but be openminded and others but there are sometimes when you can change people's minds so what we need to do this year when we can change people's mind we need to change your seats and that's what we're going to do on tuesday.

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