12 Burst results for "Judy Rankin"

"judy rankin" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"To you make. I take got hurt and fan. I mean basically those stat lines are very very close slightly. Better than what we got from. Hopkinson and logan thomas last year. Yeah talking diggins smith ahead of both for sure. I have judy rankin. Pr head of both. I'm definitely taking judy fan. And now let's do. I'm sorry what would you say like comments in parkinson finished third and fifth. And that's you know it's not that wasn't that great in terms of per game production but they also scored thirty more fantasy points than tied in twelve so getting into the next tier for dave hodkinson andrews pits and daughter. Heath would have noah fant in that group next year and he would have hopkinson ahead of that group. The next tier is round nine through ten upside starters. Irv smith noah fant jonnu smith and robert tanya irv smith noah fant jonnu smith and robert tanya. That's dave's fourth year so he you don't have fan here. You have fans here ahead of of this group and you. Who's in that to your anyway. Yeah it's similar guys not jonnu smith. Because i don't. I don't like the patriots situation but i've got logan. Thomas austin hooper. irv smith blake jarwin. Arik ebron robert onion not very similar. Well no it's it's. It's two of the three guys that i didn't already list plus a bunch of others. I just think you get to this range and this is your projection for these guys is like nine fantasy points per game. It's not exciting at all. is there upside. i think almost universally. There's upside there's some demonstrated upside from guys like tanya and hooper who we don't think can ever do what they did in the past but they have done it same for ebron. And then there's some and logan thomas and there are some hopeful upside with guys like irv smith and blake jarwin. I think this is the spot where you start taking. Chances with your tight ends. What type of tight end are you looking for in round nine around. Ten first and foremost don't have a tight end already. You're looking for a starter you're looking for someone they'll say okay. I can start this guy for at least the first couple of weeks of the season see how he does and then make a decision after that. The four tight ends. That i have here i think have the most upside of all the remaining tight ends left on the board and a lot of it's based on just what i've what i've watched on film. There's a lot of good athleticism in this year. I think irv smith is a good athlete. I think noah fant is like he might be like. Jk dobbins of tight ends in that. He's he's really athletic but he's in a rough spot where it's hard to see him breaking out and having a huge year because he's got so many other guys to share within that denver passing game jonnu i still think is is a hell of an athlete and i think there's a lot more that he can learn to do. That could put him in the tier higher next year with the patriots and then tongan not quite as athletic kind of had some deceptive speed. Like he got behind the defense a few times last year. And you're like what. How did he do that but he gets a lot of short yardage work in the red zone. And that gives him all kinds of touchdown upside so these are four tight ends that i'm comfortable with saying no problem. Starters worth worth the price.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:07 min | 6 months ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Got some takes. I think i don't know if we want to start with sunday or the whole the whole week in general but let me let me jump in an impreza progress. I thought you know thought. On the whole i didn't have many complaints. I wanna commend. Usda for offering. And i think it was. I don't know who their sponsor was. Maybe american express a maybe deserve a shout out the feature group coverage on thursday and friday was new this year the online streaming feature groups which you know badly needed right kinda modernizes. The the women's open So i applaud them for that. Peacock was less intrusive or stressful than i was anticipating. I thought i was going to have to pay for it. by didn't have to do that and The coverage itself golf channel. Nbc like huge ups to rolex The commercials were not a factor. They showed a lot of golf. And i felt like i was at the event for a long time i spent a lot of time at the event. As of your which i like i switched over to pga tour like ten minutes at one point. And when yeah jack jack was in the booth and all that legitimately felt like they were covering a sporting event women's open instead of just just showing a golf tournament as a vehicle by which to show ads against i agree with everything said Improvements across the board I it just didn't feel like nbc's best foot forward you know it. It didn't seem like there was a lot of experience in like committed commentary on the broadcast. The sure it. I know i understand why and i wanna give them a somewhat of a pass knowing that. They took this contract over from fox. Which like. I don't wanna give credit for no commercials because fox signed this deal which ended up being a very bad deal which is why it's the only like series of events we get that are commercial free. Nbc took it over for thirty cents on the dollar and is stuck with the same contract and they can't run commercials during it now But it just you know. And they've got listened. They've got pj towar- golf channel Coverage of the pga tour going on right. Now they got champion's tour. They got tennis. I believe they have gymnastics. They had the belmont right at this week. And they had something on saturday that preempt made the coverage go to golf channel so we're stuck with very limited windows where on nbc. They moved t- times up on sunday. Played them in threes in the final round of a major to fit them. In which sucks. It sucks if you're gonna have a measly sucks on a west coast and not take advantage of the primetime like that's what it was felt weird about the the lexi collapse. It was like in the heat of the day the most harsh light like. We're used to a setting sun when there's dramatic moments in a golf tournament and like for tv purposes. It was moved up and then moved to golf channel in the playoff for gymnastics. And like i do understand gymnastics. You see gymnastics twitter gymnastics twitter's mad. They had their knives out and it's an olympic year. And that's nbc's thing but like. Hey maybe you shouldn't have all these effects like if you can't do them all justice then like break up the bank here could be you know we need some separation of church and state on some of these things because it. if that's like kind of the what the efforts going to be than that you know. I don't think that's what the usda would want. I don't think it's what the women want out on the tour. And i just don't think it's the best thing for women's golf. I think from a broadcast perspective from a from a broadcaster perspective. That's where it felt and this is no slight on morgan. Pressel who i thought. She's she's only been doing this for a few weeks. I think she thought she was good. And she had good things to add off spot for hurdles roll off the course and like hand like a someone she probably knows really well in lexi and like be critical of her like that. She's not like a broadcaster yet. You know she's a player. We're like rich lerner astor towards the end if you know if she thought that that lexi caved in and she kind of took umbrage offense to it. And it's like you know that's exactly what happened And i thought kay cockerill add some great some great nuggets being a member there knowing that putt on eighteen she called. The nas was going to blow that by but like at the end of the day. Where's judy rankin like. She's the oji of women's golf commentary. I'm sorry thom out. It just creeps me out a little bit. I think i struggle tom. I like top i. It's just there's the hushed tones with him. I staples was like where is she on the weekend. Like he's been great she's been in the booth for major championships before and she. I really enjoyed her. I don't know it's maybe nitpicking a little bit. But gosh and maybe this is just a transition year with the olympics. Not supposed to be in this year as it is a. It's just a kind of a perfect storm leading up into to their big summer. But i don't know. I just didn't quite seem right. This was their one chance to capture the memorial tournament. Going up against the memorial. Which i know mike wants you know because podcast saying why. That's actually a good thing. Lpga golf. i still don't. I don't love that making golfing. Choose between two tournaments not everyone's flipping back between two events. And then you have it on the network. Tv and then you move it over for the last playoff hole. Which again. I probably millions of reasons why they did that but like it's still sucked right. I mean i miss the tee shots on nine. I didn't flip over in time Well i think it. I think it sucks to when you got like mess with the competition. Yeah to do this. It's teeing off earlier. In the day in threesomes off to tease just like doing that for the final round with no weather of course other. Men's major is unheard of two thousand nineteen masters because of the rain. that came. Like there's a reason why you do this. And this was not that and it makes it feel a little gimmicky. And i and i'm with you guys. I hate that and saw. He said like. I know like maybe he gets a ratings. Maybe they get a ratings juice by people flipping over. But i can't imagine that's very sticky. And i can't imagine that's the best way to go about it like on a long term strategic level That that stunk. Yeah i'm totally with you guys with that. Once i started thinking about like smoking byles gymnastics. I guess i got a little less heated about throwing the playoff over to golf channel. But it's just unfortunate that you know they're in such a bind that that had to happen but like straight up. Simone biles is incredible so like truly one of the greatest to do what she does in the in the history of sport so i i don't know i'm a bit torn there. I guess anything else from from. Us whims open. We can save any other nuggets. Maybe towards the end. If what's a better what's a better scenario being..

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"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And covert in Bastrop with assistance from Tito's homemade vodka joined by Ben Clements panda have fun our last hour with Scotty and John Paul and Judy Rankin and we look forward to another great our yeah well up real quick though I don't know why but every time the R. bar opening music comes on I think it's like the roaring twenties or fixing a bowling if we got a chance because throws me off I know some twenties again this sounds like we're still in a prohibition and we're like you legally drinking alcohol and like some kind of a speakeasy it's great music but I say it's a good idea not much so I would just want to say something about that Kael be J. says you have to go to this candy music and to try to pick a song that is about later copyright it is so darn hard so I don't know welcome Europe for next week we'll get some new music mix that is a good way for you to if this is the music we got to start talking about the PBA we gotta start talking of all and we got to figure out who to go to bowling is because or else for frauds maybe we could take this to the the the bowling alley next week real good adorable because a lot of our save somebody from the movie king fan will come yes and can do that for first millennials it's alley cats but that's a different story a lot of things to discuss tonight on the the end zone club but I know we want to continue our discussion with John Paul white bear yes who was named of the top assistant golf coach in the nation this week which is a high honor and of course everybody who loves golf is hurting because this week would be we begin the second round of the national tournament it was going to be John Paul out in Arizona this year right Greyhawk golf club in Scottsdale Arizona in Scottsdale so in the Longhorns are gonna be there because a lot of orange much of the year we're number one in the nation so I have a tough tough deal on that I'm gonna open up in this I know this is probably the most broad dumbest question what is it like being a coach in college a college athletics D. one what's it like it is great yeah being around being around a competitive environment being around young people on a daily basis it's very energizing and then you know as a former student athlete myself at Texas it's so interesting to always think of what I was like I think about what how I viewed my coaches and how kind of how it's come full circle bit being being a coach at the D. one level especially a place like Texas is a huge privilege how much coaching goes into it because you know we think of you know as you say college basketball college football there's a lot of you really got a teacher and coach but it can't golf these kids come in and they're incredible offers they can go there and shoot sixty four any day of the week how much actual teaching and coaching is going on a on a daily basis one of these guys that we're recruiting these days have they come in with their own relationships that come in with their own instructor account maybe a fitness guy maybe you know maybe even a yeah you know they may have to instructors wow and so we we kind of become a part of their development coach fields are both you know we both played collegiate golf professional golfer both PGA of members of the PGA were capable of jumping in and assisting and doing whatever we need to do from a structural standpoint but I think the biggest influence that we have on these guys is that we are helping them become better players that's what I think the middle name or something like that there's yeah everything that goes into playing good golf being a you know golf course management preparation for competitive golf helping them to think and continue to develop as people as players and and we're happy to be we just want our guys to succeed and and so we kind of jump in in little ways or big ways sometimes does that bring a little bit of a headache though like if if you get a star player coming in say I'll call hammer I don't know if he's a coach but if he has an instructor that he relies on his that bring a little bit of clashing way Kate my coaches tell me do this but my instructor told me to do this is that you have to live with my sister go to tell me yeah yeah that kind of not not really not at all we we we know these instructors if we don't know we want to get to know him and so we want to understand where they're coming from where the students coming from and then we'll ask our players you know Hey what do you what do you been working on with your with your instructor you know call works with camera McCormick and work your speed yeah right you know we're interested to know what they're working on we know how often they're working and we are supportive of that so now occasionally if things are going well with the guy we might make a suggestion we might say Hey you know what maybe it could be time for a change but we we believe in those relationships and we we also believe in relationships that are put their players had as from a young age we want them to to maintain as much continuity in their developments possible phone lines are always open on the engine club five one two eight three six zero five ninety that'd been John Paul labor with its got a search for this it was interesting because when you got to campus I met you apple weeks when you got to campus Sano had Maxwell how many years ago was that it was all of nineteen eighty nine eighty nine so that's that's a long red hair I had red hat red red beard how different is it that now from when you got to campus because I met you when you were I guess you were there on campus a month from from down in Houston the son of the great J. A. bear how different is it golfers today than it was for you thirty years ago golf has it has evolved as you can see it you know on the PGA tour it's involved in an way in there and the fact that equipment has come a long way the balls come a long way golf course architectures come a long way the way these guys look in there and get in shape physically it's different by the end of the day it's still golf it's still not getting the ball in the hole faster than the other guy still about you know dealing with your own battles inside your own head and playing you know trying to put a good score up there but the these guys are so much more it Vance at this stage there we were we might ahead two three four guys on our team when I was in school that were really serious about golf and if you ask nine and you know ten out of ten guys on our team whether or not they they once on the PGA tour all ten will raise their hand and all ten will tell you they're going to play on the PGA tour for ban on one of the members of John Paul's team won the British open who should've won another British open Justin Leonard Michael Cooper who I still think it's one of the finest golfers I've ever been around who if he would have gone that route as a professional golfer he would've won on the PGA tour Harrison Frazier who was a great golfer on John Paul state who won on the PGA tour so that golf team thirty years ago when I first met John Paul it was a loaded with talent but like let's like Texas's today we were a good team you know what if you're the university of Texas you need to have anyone when you want to be you wanna compete for national championships you got to have some real horses great players and you won't have to death in there you want to have like alternately seven or eight guys that can go they can compete for those top five would take five to a tournament where real playing back then was it still UT golf club or you don't know you take off what was not there I did not ask you dad I'm asking I'm sorry but if those are you know what we primarily play nicely talk to coach Jimmy Clayton today on the phone he was my coach back then he was the guy between George Han and the coach fields and our primary facility was the hills of Lakeway and it it's time we tell you the hills of lake way was a tremendous golf course it was top two or three rated course in the state of Texas and if you could play that golf course well you you're good but we played there Barton creek Austin Country Club and we used to host the tournament in the fall and Maurice Williams so we would spend a whole weekend of Morris Williams are we hosted term there called the Harvey Penick invitational and we renamed it among our team the ice box open because it was usually the first weekend of November and of the first big strong front of the year we come through and we had to deal with that but we we we first met at Barton creek at the five zero golf course when Jimmy Clayton had a fund raiser for the golf team were guys who supported the golf team would play with it but the golf team and raise money for the golf team that that day we played the first time I met John Paul Fazio foothills or no okay no houses out there there was there was Barton creek Country Club and that was about it and we played with St Michael who was a member the Chicago Bears who won in nineteen eighty five the Super Bowl champion and I got a beret lemay who had raced steak house here in town on Lamar of great steak house and a guy named James who was with the Miller lite distribution and we played with John Paul who is a freshman from Houston we knew you know the story of John Paul's father J. A. bear in we had a great day in your eyes were open that day too two guys from Austin I think the you know Steven Michael from what I remember was still playing he was right the end of his career and they had just changed the rule on for college players being eligible to go into the NFL draft after three years removed from high school and you asked him you said Steve what do you think about these these juniors now being eligible to go into the NFL draft that's fine bring up them pops but he had like a little dog dog in his car he every time you hit a bad shot he cursed the greet the superintendent for putting the pin where you put it naturally and I was scared of him I was scared all day long the last we played was number five at Barton creek Fazio a par five hole which is reachable if you had a big drive and it was a scramble and James and I hated that kind of torch green and Stephen Michael headed towards a green and John Paul was like two forty five from the hole and Steven Michael with his dog barking said Jean Paul hit it on the green John Paul brought out like a nine iron to lay up yeah because none of them had even laid up in Norway yeah we're just we're we have a somewhat it's a blind shot something in place with teams right where there's something for the team at the end it is seen player Steve what Michael says but as John Paul hit on that day grade and John Paul hi and I walked up to it you know what you better get your three without because he series he may come kill you you know it all the great and John Paul stayed over that shot for like fifteen seconds and hit within three for a kick back eagle and speak but Michael was on that day you didn't break you tell them main article yeah that was a great day well great day all right we need to take a break this is the is club on kill Jay radio brought you by United heritage credit union thank you buddy trader.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It plummets along with Scotty Sayers and in studio with us today is our friend John Paul II there the assistant golf coach for the university of Texas who just this week won the Jan Strickland award as the top assistant golf coach at all the nation and John Paul you got a question for a very special guest well golf hall of fame member Judy Rankin go a jump ball I sure do hello Judy on that other guy sitting in here today I thought it was the other guy well the other guy no may fourth I was just gonna and have you talk a little bit about making that cross over from being such a great player also being so effective as an announcer da Dadi peppering Kay Cockerill of friends of mine they have a lot of respect for you and we'll win you were kind of you know I I I know it's not easy announcing golf and and but when you were kind of getting started who who was it around you that may be helped and shaped and molded you a little bit to give you some comfort in and give me the opportunities and and help you along the way to to having a great broadcasting career yeah I think I I am I may have to go back to before you were born to begin with my my playing career and that kind of badly my health wasn't good and I played really poorly at the end of my playing career so I was there let me just turn mission manager call right yeah the switchboard just lit up but I am I always thought golf on television I always loved golf on television but to be really honest I did not have the ability to stand up at that point in my life in front of twenty people and talk without just being so nervous so the fact that I made it in television is a bit of a blessing in America call and the person who got me my first shot at doing it with ABC sports of Bob Ross park so I know Rossi told the ABC people at he you know I wasn't playing and I probably couldn't play again with my back and they wanted to a woman to do what he did on the on the golf course at the women's open so that's how I got my first chance and just tell you the truth ABC sports but they're probably the reason that I've survived enough in the world of Bob commentary because I worked in some of the most famous people beginning the Jim McKay and guys like Jack Whittaker and I made it it was a different time for on course commentators and I was not I want to go over coach they kind of let me find my way and actually use it it is the timing the time I was working became a game changer because as television it came more of an every weekend thing and is on course commentators for more accepted the whole group and you got where you actually had space in the television show that that was yours and and they worked out a system so it's really thanks to those early years of ABC sports in those early years going on her twenty number I remember Judy I think that the the day that you call our mutual friend Parker games and said that A. B. C. A. call then we went to lunch and Parker gave me a tape recorder and said you have that it because the talent was always there because you're you're such a knowledgeable person and often I just remember what a natural you were and how easy you into that transition to go on television with Rosberg and working with Terry Jastrow those guys yeah well the thing was an on course commentator Bannon life I did my first show in nineteen eighty four and on course commentator only answered they spoke on their spoken to they didn't have the space for the show that they have today so the first person I ever answered with Jim McKay I did learn that I could answer a question without shaking all the my shoes and and also in the beginning I don't mean to get out the window here but also in the beginning I did not have to look in the camera all you heard my voice and I think I think that's one of the reasons that I survived and lasted a long time and all those things that that they did over time and what I do now and so on I grew into those as I was doing it so I was very fortunate when you get thrown in now you know they expect you to act like you've been doing this for a hundred years also I'm not sure if I started today I would I would have built the opportunity on the same way that I was able to them Judy I'm gonna put you on the spot a little bit with all the tournaments you've done over the years can you pick one or two they're really really stand out in your mind one of them the most fabulous event can the no disrespect to all of my female friends and by my career organization but the most fabulous event is the open championship well it's just like nothing else that I've ever really experienced involves and five I love being part of that I don't I loved doing that I love treason to death again you know pour down with rain and I saw some of the great great courses in Britain and I saw some great golf you know I was I would be on course commentator that that that we could tiger almost every round he played in two thousand and ten inches so no when I'm when I look back on things that were meaningful both for me and what was happening in the game the open championship really really stands out in in women's golf I would have to tell you a couple of other things I was I was there analysts one on a shot fifty nine and she came to our booth shortly after she finished that round and I don't find Annika to be a very emotional person and for the first time in my life she threw her arms around she was so she was so pumped up her what had just happened and you kind of you got a glimpse of what you never got a glimpse of lynchings plan Judy I'm gonna put my son Ben on because he can't believe I used to broadcast your son to ease high school football games with the late you have a question for misprint well I do actually so is it true that you're on Sports Illustrated cover it is true I actually I could find a couple of hours yesterday and mail them back to people yes and years old it was nineteen sixty one okay so I said because it was that a ton of pressure going into you you know you knew you're gonna be professional golfer he grew up and now there's kind of the whole era that you know if you're on the the sport to cover sports illustrates a kid that's a ton of pressure you got guys like lebron James like Tom Brady there on the cover when their kids did you feel that going into your professional career thing and I got a lot to live up to now that I've been on the cover of Sports Illustrated everybody knows who I am okay I gotta tell you now this is once again your age and my age I had no idea I was going to be a professional golfer I'm hardly ever I've only seen professional golfers like twice in my life well I should say more than twice maybe four times and to those times were my playing at age fourteen at age fifteen in the women's U. S. open but I did I did not know I was going to do that checked your laughter that I thought I was going to be a journalist also allows me a writer yeah anyway so it you know I I quit golf about a month before the Sports Illustrated thank and this is absolutely the truth I just had a very tough experience trying to claim the women's British amateur and my dad said well you know if you don't want to play I understand so I said I don't want to play and it was about it was just several weeks later that I he answered the phone and with Sports Illustrated they wanted to know if I was going to be at the US open if they wanted to do a cover story on me so I started playing golf again and you allow your the low amateur ride on that tournament right I would blow into the year before your before okay so but it's funny because the person that sometimes three been on the cover of Sports Illustrated actually got me plan again and our time for some different it was different back then Hey we need to say goodbye but we thank you so much for being with us and we look forward to seeing you in Austin sometime soon or we can all come out the Midland and play the Judy course at Midland Country Club on that's near and dear to your heart but and we look forward to the day we can see you back on television with Terry again and all the guys on the golf channel and but thank you for this special visit you know how much you need to mate with your family and your late husband my dear friend yep into it but this is been a really really special interview for me and Scotty and John Paul and Ben thank you so much France for for being with us tonight thanks all to all of you I enjoyed a lot and our objective aside a lot of the new year Cheryl well that was Scott Ian well you know what Ben said after he won the masters in ninety five you came out of the Butler cabin he said I had a fifteenth club in my bag and it was it was Harvey and so we I remember I remember that well I was captured you are yeah so we name the show just on our van and Harvey and couldn't have anything better frosting Gulf could you yeah Judy thank you so much and we will talk to you soon thank you all very much appreciated all right Judy Rankin world golf hall of Famer former LPGA player of the year winner of twenty six tour events here.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hi friends this is mac Davis you're listening to the fifteenth Scotty Sayers and some other guy K. L. B. J. thank you very much the day was the great back bay with some other guys welcome back to the fifteenth club on sale B. J. radio proudly brought to you by capital Chevrolet and by A. B. C. bank on that promise along with Scotty Sayers John Paul labor hang out with us this afternoon so is Ben Clements and with this now on the fifteenth club live line is one of my favorite people in golf her name is Judy Rankin a member of the world golf hall of fame former LPGA player of the year winner of twenty six tour events she is the best golf female golf commentator there's ever been in the world of golf and she joins us now Judy welcome back to the show and how are you I'm fine I'm not being disrespectful of Pfizer higher they're gone no you're not we've got a bunch of other guys now we've got we've got John Paul abre with this did you ever cross paths with his dad John Paul's dad J. or his uncle Lionel a bear all right bye I knew both of them I didn't know that you know really really well but certainly our paths crossed a few times great people great people that give our listeners an idea how you've been surviving the pandemic are you in Midland are you in love big horseshoe bay where you've been hanging out and this is the weirdest weirdest three months I think every Americans and Americans live work what do you have been doing with the pandemic shooting in surviving the pandemic well like everyone I think it's been difficult but in the early going you know living being by myself mostly almost all totally in Midland I've been to Lubbock one time for five days I think it mother's day actually and but you know you everybody I think kind of got themselves a routine and I did I was I was fortunate here in Midland the the golf courses St open entertaining the troops I have almost not played golf at all for so many years so I understand a little bit of time now I'm not old age trying to learn to play the game began are you trying to learn how to feel that you know I find that hard to believe someone who won twenty six times on tour and is a member of the world golf hall of fame Hey Judy been always said you had a had a strong left hand grip and for he loved watching you play in those make mixed team championships I think they are not wearing that tournament back I thank you because I live in LPGA days players I do think it would be so much fun and the time is right for that it really is and what you know a lot of a lot of players up I would say mostly a man would say that they have too many you know of that's like that and they just you know don't need more and can't can't play and more that are not you know regular tour championships are major championships but it would be so are compelling I think for real golf fans and and more compelling really for those who are just very casual fans I just I think I think the fans of people who really like often support calls would really be entertained Judy I think the but the PGA tour will probably come out of the pandemic just fine but you you've got a war a little bit about the LPGA in the Champions Tour in the European tour and where they're going to fall out you know is the fans get sort of put back into the mix and the tournaments that were delayed start be employed again what do you how do you think it's gonna affect those other tourists well of course all those other tours are a little more fragile but at the L. P. G. A. is that of a point right now historically or they have been abolished a strong earthquake ever been Mike won the commissioner has done a tremendous job but no this is this is an enemy with the viruses down pretty hard to battle I don't believe the LPGA is going to start up until the end near the character at the end of July and if if and when I work it would be nearer to the end of August my advanced age everything else is cut get to know me a little bit worried about traveling so I mean that's what I know about the LPGA tour us I think an awful lot of sponsors we'll come back strong in twenty twenty one if if the country can really open up again but if you can it's a very tough year very tough now the one that what are you having said that if if things do open up and get better here in the next couple of months the LPGA's gonna play right on into the middle of December how the world is changed a year ago this week you were honored by Jack and Barbara Nicklaus at the memorial tournament it was a great week for you and to in your grand kids and everything and how our world has changed that we haven't seen live golf for I guess almost now three months well I you know I know and you know I know players who are just itching to compete must you know they don't measure of all about that although it's been a great time to work on your game or you know we connect with your family I know I had a friend who went to a ranch for almost seven weeks and she came home and she said I've never been away from home that long in my life and I said I have never been homeless long fifty five you know it is it's kind of funny and kind of different for everyone but you know there there are no real answers that people like myself the lay person are able to get out of but I I think I see things opening up I see I see people doing the best they can many people cannot take risks but you're still started and start to try to get back into the world hi at the end and yet we have a lot of situations where people don't really try so I don't know if everyone takes virus seriously enough I know if you have if you experience family members are lost somebody those people take it really seriously and I just wish everyone would because I think it helps us to combat it Judy it's gonna be real interesting next week at the at the Charles Schwab tournament at colonial as to how the broadcasters handle their work without crowds we got to see a little bit about that in the in the tiger and Phil match last week and then the one before the Taylor may match but it it puts a little more of a burden on the on the announcers don't you think why do you and you know what I use hi I used to just try to make a comparison and say can you imagine you know an NBA game with no people there you know they're they're the crowded so much a part of the excitement so I think the real golf fans love will find appreciation in golf without fans but I I don't know if everyone will really enjoy it I can tell you accurately the television is going to be produced in a different way you're gonna have are you going to have a host of newly on course people a couple of on course people on site and other than that a lot of people are going to be working from the studio they are not going to bring that the normal full crew of announcers even though I believe when you listen to a telecast it all sounds like a control of the doctors your family now is the people you work with you and Terry Gannon or very close and but make a great team and the other people that you're with on the golf channel have you been in in in in communication with your family on the on the on the TV since since a pandemic Judy sure yeah we have all you know emailed and texted and actually talked on the phone more than once everybody kind of looks out for everybody and you know in our production crew we have a lot of young people yeah I say young people I mean a lot of people in their twenties are behind the scenes producing these shows and putting them together but now we have all stayed in touch and I'll try to make sure that you know everybody was okay I've I've talked to a few other friends involves Curtis strange checks on me occasionally or tells me some bad jokes that sort of thing and I've become I've become really very friendly with a young man who worked for fox for a wallet from CNN for a while Shane o'donoghue Irishman is on live in Dublin where is wife and children and I did a podcast with him doing strong ideas and now he calls me periodically called me every couple weeks I think by check on his mother he checks on date to see if I'm okay too but we really have some fun conversations he's a he's golf crazed and I get a kick out of telling people that I've got a fifteen year old young man in Dublin that I talked to a lot Judy Rankin is with this can you along for a few more questions will that be okay sure okay I need to find out a full week Jesus still open in Midland to okay pertinent questions like that so Cheney regulars membership something you didn't serve as a matter of fact that pieces back to the correct it is with this the great golf commentator world golf hall of fame member I met planets along with Scotty Sears and then plummeted John Paul a bear we're gonna be back with Judy after the news here on kill B. 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"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ross sportswear the Munich Conservancy and Zilker belts I'm joined by my partner Scott is here study what a beautiful beautiful day to play golf I know you got on the golf course earlier this week and we have a bang up show today Judy Rankin a member of the world golf hall of fame will be with us in just a little bit to talk about her career and talk about golf and what she's been doing in the pandemic and we are very proud Scot and have our friend John Paul laid bare with us here at corn Crenshaw this afternoon John Paul laid bare the assistant golf coach for the university of Texas this week was named the winner of the Jan Strickland award as the top assistant golf coach in the entire United States Scott good afternoon John Paul good afternoon to you it's great to have Jon call here yet and I would like to know a little bit more about this award and who John Paul whose chance can't Strickland well good question you know this award with originated in two thousand three to give some credibility to throughout two outstanding assistant golf coach great to be here with you guys too by the way it used to be kind of a coach of the year assistant coach of the year award now it's become just recognizing an outstanding assistant golf coach the award is sponsored by Taylor made golf and names after someone that worked inside of tailor made for many many years chance Strickland was a woman who headed up there H. R. department and a supposedly a very very special well respected lady that that was all about tough love but someone very sensitive and loving and made such a an impact on the people are tailor made that they decided that she should be honored with this award so I said Hey you describe yourself tough well you know that's that's I'd say it's tough for me to watch the golf channel this week because I've been watching the finals of the NC double a women's tournament last year at the blessing and I'm sure this coming week we will see your team your team and John feels tame last year's action when you had a memorable week ultimately getting to the finals of the NC double a tournament and I will see that this week that's where you should be at the NC double a tournament I guess in Arizona this week if not for the pandemic right today would be round to play and I know that our guys are thinking about that and you know we had a we had a really good team it was gaining some momentum there in mid March when things kind of got shut down but you know we will move forward in and try to prepare for next year I I just find joy watching it was Duke versus Wake Forest for the women's final and I can't wait to see this week that special day or the day before the national title match win the Texas Longhorns beat Oklahoma and Oklahoma state on the same day I don't think I've ever been more excited about watching college golf the next day when your team your John feels tame pulled off which was a great double heating due date of Oklahoma we had three true freshmen in our top five and we went up against oak St in the afternoon after defeating Oklahoma in the morning and they'll come state team thought to be one of the best teams ever included Matthew Wolff and Victor Hoffman which a lot of people might be interested to see share and Victor hobbling of course is a winner on the PGA tour Matthew awful winner on the PGA tour Matthew wolf played and the match a couple weeks ago with Ricky Phalaris partner against Rory and Dustin Johnson so it's going to be on this week it's going to be tough to watch at Stanford Stanford batch because he has retired behind the eight ball because I remember that day you beat Oklahoma Oklahoma state it was about dark when you finished and then you have to get out because the weather and start awfully early in the morning tee off at six forty AM for the final match it would have started at two twenty PM and it was such an emotional day we felt like we really accomplished something beating you know we basically beat the state of Oklahoma and one day and then it was hard to you know it's it it's hard to really kind of just forget that and but we we still almost almost did it yesterday and even though this season to wash at you but being in the top four at the end of the when playing ceased you get to be in the east lake up in the fall right that's right we got we got invited and you want it right won it last year yeah we are invited to play again hopefully that turn it will be a go and hopefully we can go back and defend that is a special special week up there what's the status of some of your lawn or golfers I know the cootie voice going to be back well Cole hammer will be back Travis will be back what's what's going on with your players because they've been off campus awhile what is our summer looking like the you know of a first one to say wow what a great job they did academically these guys they went home and then they had to kind of coordinate with their advisors and they really stepped up and did a great job academically and they are just playing golf every day they're practicing or playing we've got those for those if basically five our top six returning so called hammer piercing Kuti Parker Coody Travis Vick Christopher bring of Denmark I'm a we got a couple good young players is as well will Thompson Mason and we actually actually have a graduate transfer coming in while Notre Dame while signed a few weeks ago kid named hunter Ostrom graduate transfer business school graduate transfer from Notre Dame to to maybe kind of fill the void of Spencer Susan and and so I think we're going to have a good competitive team hi I was interested I don't know if you can talk about this young man Tommy Morrison Tommy Morrison is a kid from the Dallas area who plays it merit our friend Albert Huddleston golf course in Merida was where they had a tournament with the Kitty brothers played in Victor hobbling played in Scottish chef for one he was in the tournament the big amateur tournaments this week that John Daley son was leading for a while and I know Tommy finished in the top right of that tournament he's a young recruit and he says he's committed to play for you T. how old is he he fifteen yeah it looks like RT LOL he does look like Ernie els going to be entering his sophomore year I can't really talk about and you guys can only verbally committed right now but I think he's gonna be a good player well I've seen I've seen him on video and Facebook friends with his mom and my friend Albert huddle sin and he's physically it's got a you got a picture taken with him at Austin golf club recently very similar to the picture ahead with Akeem Olajuwon one time look like I was a kid next to this fifteen year old I mean I literally was a foot shorter than who I am I know John Paul they named the I believe a young player from was he pepper nine the player of the year this year he got the Fred Haskins award and I kind of wonder how can they determine the Fred Haskins award so early but they came and I'm sure he's a very deserving young man they went ahead and and and named all Americans and gave out awards from on a national level a level saw his fibula Evertonians senior really good player he's he's ready to play professional golf is he really yeah I was lucky enough to meet hunter page transferred from Notre Dame met him at the Warren course at Notre Dame the years ago which is a core Crenshaw yes the attack centers very is from Boise Idaho Boise Idaho close yeah let's see close likes to hunt good I think he'll fit in pretty well good that'll be great Hey let's take a break but after the break we got a very special guest Judy Rankin a member the world golf hall of fame former LPGA player of the year the number one women's golf commentator in the history of his ministry of television in the history of television so Judy's gonna join us coming up after the break and let's.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is great we have wonderful driving range of sand pits to work on a webcam in a really good chipping green where you can practice on this initial imagine and we also have the speed for forty on the property as well where we can really fine tune our my team here in Austin I think you're probably you're very lucky I know because not only at UT golf club but I know you play Barton creek played around the golf course what are some of your other favorite golf courses in Austin besides UT golf club I like it only play ACC we played there a couple weeks ago actually and they had started setting up a grandstand for the dell and it's really cool to play there when those are set up because you kind of feel like you're playing in the tournament like they are and they're like okay where where where where the Jordan or Tiger whoever hit on this whole and it's just really fun to play there and I know Dale Morgan is one of the best of the best pros in the country such a wonderful wonderful guy what about you the lady's favorite golf courses beside you got good good yeah wonderful well you know I know you'll sneak out once in awhile and it's always going to be your home is such a great facility it's set up for the U. T. it really is we just hope in the future with one we can make the driving range nicer and balls you know every couple of weeks so for your home course but it'll be a little extra place girls ladies thank you Caitlyn go get em added mission out in California don't call it the Dinah Shore classic my friend your friend Judy Rankin won that what a beautiful golf course and that would be really cool if you get a job in that little creek right there when you win in a few weeks right Haley enjoy enjoy enjoy guys enjoy that join next week Rucker tournament in Emily thank you so much and continued success at the university of Texas in the three ladies are such a shining example what women's golf isn't what women should be around our country thank you all good luck if you decide to play on the LPGA tour in the future will be watching but in the meantime I want to have you back yeah later on this season as we watch the progress yes so we're gonna visit with paid after the break we will visit with us is a coach Kate Kate golden also maybe a couple of Ryan Murphy possibly and I know we I think he just wants to listen I know you probably listen and also we'll we'll talk about the tournaments also we forgot to mention Brandon stone is a leader on the European tour this week the former Longhorns played so well over in Great Britain and on the European tour we need to take a break this is the fifteenth club on kill B. J. radio part of sports Saturday brought you by capital Chevrolet and by ABC bank with assistance from ticket city dot com the PGA superstore money stacks tex mex nine banded whiskey ladies don't know about that but it's so good afternoon the petty cabaret Donald Ross sportswear the Munich Conservancy and joke about we'll be back with Kate Gosselin and talk more Texas women's golf and get you up to date on the doors when we continue on the fifteenth on K. only check hi I'm Mike whiting with Coleen premiere properties as I'm sure you're aware there are discount real estate brokers all over the place these days what they don't mention are the hidden fees they tack on at the end which in most cases ends up leaving your money on.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"By the blue and bill Laskey twenty one K. E. R. six eight please support all right welcome back to foggy San Francisco morning but don't be fooled it's going to be one of the hottest days inland over a hundred degrees and it'll in cities through the tunnel drew to call tones usually higher degree difference in a hurry today by the end of our during women in sports in our first gas and a good friend of ours let's bring arrive via K. Cockerill good morning K. how are you good morning guys que que are you doing doing really well and I am just enjoying being home after basically seven weeks on the road in a row working so having a little down time all our in our you probably know go play golf he played every day when you talk introduce can she's a member of the golf channel's broadcast team since the network inception in nineteen ninety five a cockerel brings her easy going in formal style of commentary to the viewers she also ten year LPGA tour veteran reporter also for the NBC sports a UCLA Bruins exactly and this is one I I wonder bringer Kay will be inducted into the northern California golf association hall of fame along side Johnny Miller and Roger Maltby cognitive talk about that K. well yeah that that happened well you know we we went to we had that event trial he was two years ago now and it was pretty cool because those two guys I worked with for the last twenty plus years at NBC and you know they're certainly icons in both calls and in the television side of things and John is now retired Rogers cutting back in only working a small handful of events now but that was truly an honor for us you know to be there together representing representing Austin various ways both on and off the course and and were kind of a unique trio in that in that respect for your two time U. S. women's amateur champion in our participant in the seniors women's open how is changed a little bit and tell us a little bit about the early days when you were competing I say we're we're in the I'm in clubs sixty in fabulous could I really kind of went around those songs are good you too the person and yeah they finally created the U. S. as senior women's open that was a big gaping hole in the USGA's championship you know at road and they have thirteen national championships but never had that fourteen one which matched the senior men's open so they finally finally got it together and created that event last year it was it Chicago golf club and then this year with it hi needles and it was really amazing to be there it was truly a celebration of women's golf and felt like a grand reunion seeing a lot of women that I hadn't seen in many years so it was a little tough for me because I don't compete anymore and ice you know like we laughed about I I play happy golf at home transaction with guys and women that are in the bay area you know pick up if you're out of the whole match play usually but she ETW SJ that you got a whole everything out yours no candies there's no out each on the next he so it was pretty stressful but I'm proud of the fact I played all four days and and I'm gonna play again next year at least until my body holds up with family I'm I'm younger for my age late one of the one of the biggest questions invited I want to ask you you know you played in this you senior women's open how did you end up picking up your caddy and not how did you go through some interviews and how did you pick your caddy and and is he any good he he he had to brush off a few cobwebs you know but he dried up where we left off you know for those of you that are listening my cat okay anything and caddied for you way back in ninety one that's where it all started we've been together ever stands and he works for the giants on the marketing side but he took off work he took vacation days to travel out with me paddy in the searing heat and humidity or basically seven days straight his practice round the forties the competition let me tell you he was he was a superstar okay we did he did he select your clubs the tell you how far is your yard is did he give you good advice or just say give me the six Iron Man but he's up thirteen handicap come on don't do this over there don't throw he he is very good with numbers and so he did all the yardage is and then we discussed you know discuss what what I wanted to do and and I would come up with the club and he'd be experiment as you know he's very poor it is he needs he knows his role yeah we can you know I'm an avid golfer and I and I love the game and and I was telling bill early before you got on that I've been getting up early to watch the women over in France over at the avion but let me ask how cool was it to cover the Olympics of golf in Olympics and and and real a couple years ago wow that was so amazing I mean as you guys know first time call said they had returned to the Olympics in over a hundred years there's a lot of excitement and anticipation for it and I just it I had goose bumps and I was so excited for both the men and the women that were able to to be a part of that and and I thought it was I thought it was amazing I I just I was really proud of our game and proud of proud of all the two to sit and stare for being able to be there it felt like the first time right because it was really them the first time in modern society that that the golf had been back in the Olympics so you know with all our technology in the cameras in the storytelling and and and everything that we're able to do I think I think it it really came off well and I and I hope I'm part of the team next next year in Tokyo or what the fund should be personally can to K. cockerel this morning a member of the golf channel broadcast team and Kay you know from the years when your UCLA and so now than modern day there has to be a lot of technology that has changed especially in women's golf two can you expand on that a little bit maybe you know how the equipments gotten better maybe the the golf balls so this will be your thoughts yeah they did totally changed ever since you know they went from the wound a lot of balls to to that to the two piece balls and that created balls that have the ability to stand by that tougher cover on the outside so you're able to hit those farther but they still have have a decent amount of seal probably not as much feel as the old ground balls had but the the compromise is more than pays off because you have shorter clubs in she just the equipment with the shafts and the and the the bigger headed drivers in the more forgiving irons mean the Q. Quitman is definitely more forgiving and now both young boys and girls are now being hot just swing as hard as they can because it you know and learning speed and and length and then we'll be fine the the the control over left and right and the distance control as you age and it's you know get into your teen years but by the time use these kids are sixteen seventeen years old they are world class players and that's where we're seeing a lot of stress on the LPGA because I really do believe women mature at a younger age than the men DO so you're seeing these these young girls that are fifteen sixteen seventeen years old hello Lydia ko come out in our work world leaders here winning on at that age on the LPGA tour now for the men also there's just so many you know there's probably three times as many young boys plane so it takes a little bit longer and plus a lot of boys are still physically maturing into their bodies and I think for them you start seeing them even younger now more like nineteen twenty twenty one starting to really take off like like not the walls and and Victor hobble and kids that they're they're going maybe two years to to college and then turning pro and they're ready to go yes another point that the college programs are pretty nice to know you know you got it got it by the guys that that stay the four years and and resist the temptation of wanna go pro be cut but they do have the game but I I I do commend the coaches whoever it is that persuading these guys to stay to enjoy the college life get those four years and get your degree and and and you still can fine tune your game because the P. G. A. N. LPGA it's it's it's the real deal you've got to have the complete game to get out there if you want to try to make some money and and survive this as a career though well definitely there's a there's a longevity to golf but everyone it's it's to me and said now I want things quickly generation I think it's a very hard stage for a a young seventeen eighteen year old nineteen year old to to just learn how to be a young independent individual on this big stage traveling the world it's it's very difficult and you know sometimes you see players maybe they're playing great at that age but they burn out very quickly or they become very disgruntled with their whole career because they don't know who they are in at least when you're going to college you learn how to be an end of independent individual and more self assured and Connie in control of your own mind and body and and I think that I think you you have a longer term career at that point but yeah it's it's you know with all the it's it's the same in baseball is cost the technology to track man you know this learning your spin rates and that's right yeah you can get the right clubs in the right ball combination in your hands you don't have to make as many mistakes that the the level of great teaching is is there one where is you know twenty thirty years ago maybe there was just a handful of great teachers in the area now almost everybody who's a teacher knows how to teach and they bring in the mental and the physical side of it so these kids to know so much more and they're optimized at earlier age so it's that's where seen so many good players so much earlier so there's still hope for you in our bill if we find the right to you you don't know don't forget that can that's not gonna happen all thank you know we always when we interview our baseball gas and everything we always ask about the idols you know who did you look up to and of course I would like to ask you that question when you were growing up and you want to use a who were some of the idols as she watched and and played your all your style game to well I I always loved Beth Daniel she was she was one of my favorites just because physically she would pollens wonder like I was her costuming was beautiful it was something I could look at and and kind of try to mimic Nancy Lopez obviously for for all the reasons that she just was such a beautiful person both inside and outside the ropes and she was there you know crew in winter but she did it with a smile and she connected with people I just love that everyone was Nancy for that reason you know and then funny enough when we're going over to sort of crossing over into the television side of things Judy Rankin and Donna Connie had become very good friends and mentors of mine I didn't get a chance to play with them on tour but I knew of their careers and certainly they were gold standard but they were ones as I got into the TV world I worked closely with and they taught me everything I know about working in television and really were there to support me and help me in that way you know we always talk about the greatest of all time and.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

"You heard Martin calmer. Talk about it, Adam Scott a little bit too, that really was twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen where the where the tournament turnaround, I think, specifically with Canley he had caught Martin climber, and they were both at sixteen under par, and Canley was playing the fourteenth hole and calmer. One whole behind was playing thirteen. Can't we birdies fourteen can't Lee, excuse me? Khyber bogies thirteen and all the sudden it goes from being tied at seventeen under to a two shot lead. And you've got to give credit because we talked about when we came on the year. Hey, there's still ruffles out there. He just never faltered at all. No, there wasn't even the the least bit of nervousness. And largest just mentioned that Jack Nicklaus said when, when Patrick Kelly. Fifteen with smile on his face. He knew he was in good shape and felt really good about the victory. And, and it's something that, that surprises me in a lot of ways because the you get ahead of yourself, and if you haven't won before, but you're in that lead, especially if you've got a couple shot lead, so many things can happen. And all of a sudden, there's one bad swing that can cost you the whole thing, but he never had it. He seemed like he was in perfect control his tempo never chains. He's got a really smooth kind of slows swing. Tebow anyway. But it never he never heard himself. He didn't take extra time over shots. He wasn't backing off shots. He wasn't questioning himself throwing up the grass fifteen different times trying to figure out where the wind was. He was just focused and, and in that very comfortable zone and he made it look easy. He really did. I mean, even on eighteen when he did put it in the greenside bunker, that was the only like twelve he was in down the stretch, any very easily got that up and down for par putting the pressure on. Adam at basically sealing, the chairman, Adam, Scott would have had to uphold out from the fairway to time. And there's a lot of bad things can happen in that bunker the pen was close to him. You know, you can take a big swing and blade it. And bury it right into the, you know, the edge of the lip of the bunker or catch it, and send it all the way across the green into the gallery on the other side. And there's a lot of things that can happen that could have cost him, bogey or worse. But like you said, just very calmly comfortably step that their hit a great shot. He only had four or five feet for that last putt. So obviously it was his to win today and, and sixty four around this place in any condition is strong, but especially trying to win a golf tournament. And, you know, the first big golf tournament on your resume as we wait for Jack Nicklaus, and Patrick Kelly, some news about the forty fifth memorial next year Ray next year's honoree Nick Price here, just mentioned to be off. The air has a local tied doesn't he. Well, yeah. When Nick was winning all his tournaments Jeff Medlen. They called him squeaky yellows, Knicks caddy. Jeff was one of the. I can't is that really kind of organized the caddies and tried to get a little professionalism, going out there on tour with a bunch of guys that were just, you know, vagabonds or whatever you wanna call them and instant instilled, a lot of some kind of training and other things to take to improve the professionalism of the caddy ranks, but Jeff Medlen was his caddy. And so Nick came to Columbus, a lot played a lot of golf here. And of course, squeaky did as well. But Nick Price with all those major championships. I mean he was such a dominant player for that period of time in the early nineties winning. It seemed like every time there was a major. He was at the top of the leaderboard. Yeah. There were there was like a four five year stretch where he was the best player in the world. Right. Yeah. And, and he was winning, you know, the US open or the British Open, the PJ championship, and, and he's got multiple majors on his on his resume. It's a good one, and it'll be fun to have him here. And of course he was a Presidents Cup captain as well. That's one of those things that separates tournament is the only term that really Honore's honors. A great in the game. And it's made that Wednesday before the tournament and especially now with the pro-am and everything it's like the tournament starts on Thursday. To me, it really feels like it starts on Wednesday. Yeah. The honorary ceremony, especially when the players of many recent years they're alive, and they can be here, and discuss either their relationships with Jack or the funny things that happen to them over the years. I it's really one of the great things about the memorial tournament, and it was one of the first things that Jack talked about, when he started having discussions about having a PGA tour event here in Columbus, was that, hey, we're going to honor some of the greats of the past and players. You know all the way back to old and young Tom Morris, beckons common back in the late seventeen hundred. So it's been fun to see all the honorees, and, and the different things that they've done over the years. And listen to Judy Rankin this year. Talk about, you know, her career and the things that she's done. And, and next year Nick Price, it will be it will be really something. And I'm sure Nick will will rule. Remember Jeff Medlen? In his in his talk on Wednesday. You know what's, what's difficult for me is the aging process that we go through because it seems like in recent years, the honorees have been guys like wait a minute. He was just playing like this like. Exactly. And that, that's Nick Price's like that to me. Like, I, I remember him being the dominant guy in golf and wait a minute. He's honoree shouldn't he still plays not old enough to? Yeah. I think it's aging well speak for yourself. I am not. I'm trying to youth. And but yeah, it is interesting when you see these guys that that we watched. And then when you go around, and look at the former memorial champions, and you look at the leaderboard in any given champion's tour weekend, a lot of those guys are former memorial tournament champions, who are now playing in the in the over fifty circuit k the trophy has made its way into the interview room and they're going to be starting in just a minute before they do that. Patrick Leahy nineteen hundred four wins it and I mentioned earlier this has been coven seven top tens this year now eight his first win this year. But he's been top-five his chances at the US open. He's been third at the PGA ninth at the masters, who do you look at is the favorite Brooks KEPCO, of course didn't play here. But we know how great he is the best goal from the world doesn't Johnson. Didn't play here. If you're sizing up right now. What are his chances? Who do you like into weeks? I'm going to keep going speak. You know for a while here. I mean he's getting it back and pedal to be a great place for him with the with the green set up the way they are. You know can Rickie Fowler? Get the mantle of being the greatest player in the game to have never won a major Bryson d Shambo continue to play well, and we'll there'd be some, you know, some of the older guys that will step up, and maybe do something because we've had some, some pretty good finishes by some of Stricker Jim furic here this week playing well but yeah, Patrick lay has a chance at Scott has a chance. How many times have we watched US Open's after memorials where the guy who won the memorial was one of the favorites in the open, actually played pretty well and gun self in contention because it's you know, it's a place where you've gotta hit your irons, really, well, just like you have to do at the US Open. So it'd be fun to watch. Patrick can't lay and see how he does the question will be now that he's won a couple times, and now, he's going to go into that, not under the radar not somebody to watch, but as a favourite going into Pebble Beach will he. Change. Will he be able to, to handle the difference becoming a favourite versus becoming just one of the guys to look for? Right. Let's get underway. All right. In the interview room now is the champion, Patrick can't lay and Jack Nicklaus. Let's listen. Obviously, we also have with us tournament host Mr. Jack Nicklaus jacket like start with you. If I could just say you go to stop quality champion here, and you gave him some advice by the sounds of it that has been talked about out there on the ceremony. Just if you could just elaborate on that for the folks, and so many vice to me what seven years ago.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

"To watch them anyway. So let's just tap the breaks. And there's things on the sixteenth right on sixteen kind of between sixteen green in seventeen t. Yeah, so we watch Peyton and tiger, play tiger made a bogey by the way not that I'm rooting against somebody made a bogey. And then everybody kind of shifted to the other side of the pavilion. They watch them tee off. And then we started settling people down, so we did the program, very nice good words, a lot of applause, it was fun. So when it's over the attention immediately goes to Jack, I'm Barbara nNcholas Judy Rankin getting autographs posturing, and all that stuff great. So I just kind of we've my way through the crowd find an open door get out. And I start walking back to the clubhouse because I got things I gotta do. Right. So I'm walking. And if you know, the plant there's really wide cart paths on the outside of the golf course so down the right side. The far right side on the property line of seventeen is a real wide cart path. Yes. So I walked across the fairway behind Rory mcilroy group and in front of Rickie Fowler group and got over to that cart path. I'm just started walking, and I'm, I'm just thinking to myself, and there's not many people over there, because everybody's over on the fence line, watching people go, so as I'm walking, I'm about halfway down seventeen and I hear a cart coming behind me, so. I just squeeze over to the right. So they have plenty of room to get by. And I'm walking and I hear the car coming, I hear the car coming in. And finally, it starts to slow down and before I can turn around. I hear Nita ride. And I look back and it's Jack and Barbara. So.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on WTVN

"Pro-am. Got some really good guys coming in for the pro and this year. Course do the Peyton Manning has been in the last few years, we've asked s canasta talk to him. He's just super crazy busy. And as I understand it just sponsors. I mean, you know, people are paying to be out there. I get a little chunk of him and get it to. But I think it would be just such a blast talk to him for just a couple of minutes. It was I've got some questions I'd really like to ask. And as I said, before I would just like to have onto the chicken parm chicken parm it tastes good. And then having walked out great. Painting. That's gonna take you ten sack. That would be the ultimate mic drop moment, wouldn't it? Yeah. Listen to these two Columbus radio idiots, they got a chance to talk to Peyton Manning, and chicken parm jingle then told him to get out. Larry, we might make national headlines for that. There's a lot of idiots. Yeah. You got urban Meyer. Right. So we've, we've made him and then gram and gram grams, a really interesting story. I just in fact, just saw post can't remember, if it was Facebook Twitter, what he and his wife just do, great work, and are always helping people out. He's just one of those guys and it's funny because my wife when she was in college worked at TGI Fridays up on what is that? Like Kenny Henderson in that area. None of those places are there anymore, but she said, Bobby Rahal used to come in very regularly, and was a heck of a nice guy. So when you know that and then you see Graham, and he's kind of following in footsteps, and also really good guy to me. It's, it's like you know, nature nurture. It's like you know, is it just in his DNA? He's a good guy because his dad was good guy or because that's the environment that grow saws parents, and how they live their lives. I think it's a little more nurture personally, right? Because I don't know that, that kind of good nature is in your blood, maybe a little bit. But it's just it's great to see really solid, Columbus families that, that legacy type continues to talk to Graham next week, and I don't know who they're going to pull up for us. Obviously, tar by the five hundred whatever he does, but you gotta ask them about the blue jackets to. He is a massive massive Pejic fan. So and Courtney forces wife, by the way, also in into racing. So they're like the a power couple, so to speak in terms of racing she'll come along. Maybe I don't know if she's she's hope so I still just looking forward to being out there. We're going to be doing the show there Wednesday Thursday and Friday it's a lot of fun. Because we're used to kind of be in our little sterile environment, here we each have our own booth. And we sit and talk in the room and not much going on out there. I mean, there's people going by just. Wave in the hollering and all that kind of stuff, and I just think back to what to me on pro-am day was the funniest moment. Because we talked to the guys that came through one of which was ladainian Tomlinson last year. Yeah. And ladainian is I mean is an unbelievable hall of fame football player from high school and brought what he learned in high school to college and kind of trans mortified what he was doing there. And then went to the pros and all this was fairly new to golf said, he bought a property lived in Texas lived on a golf course was learning the game. And so in we're talking, I'm going, well, there's gonna be a lot of people out there watching you today. So you might want to keep this in mind. Do it the way Phil Mickelson does it and he's really paying attention. Let's fill hits a bad shot and hit somebody in the crowd. He walked over to Paula Jones's he autographs a glove and gives it to them. And then gives them a hundred dollar Bill. Looked right at me goes, I didn't bring enough hundreds. Such good people. And you know, yes when you talk about, you know, nationwide and what they do with the Walter Payton man the year award. A lot of these guys have either one it or up for things like that. So not only are they fantastic. Unbelievable athletes. Yeah, they're also really, really good people. No, no question, rector filled fantastic. Wonderful giveback people. So it's just a great day. It's just a great day, say this all the time to for people listening, are that may go out there when if you don't go out for the tournament, Wednesdays, great eighty absolutely. Because you see all the pros you see them in a different light. Now, obviously, you know, the pro ams going on. But, but they joke around with the crowd lot. He'll talk your kids are more likely to get a golf ball or a question or something like that. Knuckle bump hifi, even if you're, if you're just a casual goal fan or something, you, you know, the pro-ams going. On. But usually a lot of the other pros are on the range, or something like that, that aren't playing in the pro-am you can see a lot of interesting things on Wednesday. Things is the way to put it on reserach Mony, Judy Rankin. This year. The after you could you could spend a whole day. They're easily Wednesday and see everything you want to see and see bad Gulf, too. That's one of the more satisfying things to me is when we get off the air, and we go out to the course, the pro-am is still happening, and these are not professional golfer. No. These are guys that play places like airport, and Raymond and turn berry. And, you know, go out and hack. It up on the weekends and they just know somebody, your have enough money to buy in. They are stinking it up. A lot of times out there that is wildly fun to watch, and I'm sure it gets if you're an average golfer, and you all the sudden have gallery of hundreds of people watching you. It's a different thing. It is a totally different thing. What I wonder? I mean. Coach meyer. How's it going to do with because he's let's face it. He's not going to have a little gallery. He's gonna have a huge gallery. They're going to be following him. Yes. How's it gonna handle that Gulf is a frustrating game? Yes. All I can tell you back in the day when the LPGA used to come through. A radio station. We worked with that tournament as well, because, you know, we know Gulf is great for the economy and good fun for the family, and that, so I got invited to play in the pro-am of that. And I played with Meg Mallon. Yeah, Meg Mallon Rebecca Ohio State, or fit phantasm or caddy fantastic. And because of that local connection there were people following us. And so you're right. It's, it's kind of like holy crap. There's fifty people watching me hit a shot. There's one hundred now there's three hundred people. Okay. The crowds getting bigger. Yes. And you're like, but I'll tell you this as bad as it is the hit a bad shot in front of a crowd number. They used to play this up tartan fields number seventeen par-three over water as I recall, we played about one hundred fifty hundred fifty five yard shot, and we had good crowd, because again, we're close to the clubhouse and people came in. So is my turn into cat. He's like, hey, you know, don't don't sweat it. But if you missed it. When we lose, you know that. And I had a great shot. I had a by fifteen twenty feet from the pin and actually got a pause. So as Bazant is to hit a badge song Goodwin. And you get applause. I mean to tip the hat. I mean, that was a great moment. Tip the hat. Thanks a lot. I'll be here all week, try the veal gun of adrenaline. Absolutely. Absolutely. Of course, I missed the putt. That's another story. Should stop the story right there. You always got to tell the whole story. That's exactly right about this memorial terminated service a Wesley communities. Tiger Woods will be part of a memorial, again five time winner officially committee yesterday turns rector, Dan Sullivan says the overall interest in Gulf is spiking right now. Thanks in large part to tiger. There's no.

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"judy rankin" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"judy rankin" Discussed on Bigmouth

"It's no longer need save until the in the same way. It did saying different ways run cool right on you. The guardian. We're always say, what's bliscoll music was against racism. And when you talk about. Allusively was amaze me that people think Radiohead is amazingly political binding look in the lyrics. I'm being chased by a bag well on what is it about black? I don't know. Say refreshing about listening to these albums was making it consciously political again, and I think sometimes you do need to make that conversation explicit. So the people can have the discussion I think now is the right time to do you think had you done it three years ago? We would all go misspell knows it now. What what do we think of the beat with ranking? Roger I enjoyed this. I thought he did an awful lot like the very nicely. Grazing alexis. What's again? Yes. You're right. Doesn't executive. I beat how about which is not necessarily bad thing. Though there. There's moti the beat the not isn't that the opposite the specials album in the special zombies in the facsimile of of the nineteen Seventy-nine specials. Whereas this is a bit more consciously. We all the beat you. Clicking drums phones. Now is lil- Rankin met him Judy Rankin. Also, he's not little anymore. Big now on this also bloke it used to be in Adam Bill directly to those NBN dill records in the nine. Okay. He's like the key musical names Casemance legitimately and Nixon musicians all kind of slotted into the sachse role in the ever. It was definitely a bit more about claiming you agency over the beat sound wasn't this record in the specialist thing. Whether they clearly we are the smash. More specials in this version specials in there is in the other. So yeah. Yeah. It was fine. It was good. Yeah. I'm I thought it was kind of quite good the party music. It didn't move me in the way the specials wanted. But there was one truck I particularly light. And that was the father and some whether you know, where you've got ranking Roger and his son kind of working together. And that really worked for me, maybe because it felt more updated. And it wasn't in a style GIC version of the beat. Although I really enjoyed it. Because the hasn't Pete this. Available for such a long time. They're two franchises the day. Wailing Wall in Los Angeles, which is doing very well casino that it's the only example in pop thing of of bounce up and go. Yes, you keep going. His name is is to slightly taught by the fact that the fans that liked the first time are all kind of Gannett bold amid legend breakfast now. It's I think there's a whole new generation of skull funds though, isn't there? So I think it's kind of picking up young fans. And I think ranking junior may be represents that generation, and I think people are rediscovering and finding new inspiration from it left new. So I think also that you if you look specials there is a tendency to to present them as they sort of silently Kanda figures who were always on the side of righteousness. You know, a great politics. And actually, we listen to those early specials out the first couple special things on there that we consider to be absent at women is absolutely wouldn't play with a little bit. You know, there's a lot of that goes on time. Right. Too much much too young to wagon the finger at single moms. Seven. Oh. I'm not saying that I'm just saying that the special I think took the audience becoming Brexit's in. And actually the world the specials inhabited was forgive me. He's not a black and white one. Yeah. It was it was a complicated messy kind of thing that they presented. It was a complicated. Message the notion that everybody who liked it in some way, the notion of everybody who liked the jam or every like the clash all these other bands that we hold up these absolute power gens avert virtue with, you know, look in the past three rose tinted tinted glasses, they won't just won't. So you know, it doesn't really surprise me that some of their fans didn't one hundred percent bind to the message for the next forty years. People. Don't listen to the lyrics and then shares lives of around them in. That's just a memoir coming out in June. Not be really interested to read that ranking Rankin. Okay. Before we finish. I'm gonna squeeze a truck in when you're in this business..

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