35 Burst results for "Justin Thomas"

US survives close matches to double lead in Presidents Cup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

US survives close matches to double lead in Presidents Cup

"The U.S. team holds a commanding 8 to two lead over the international team heading into the weekend at the president's cup The U.S. team won three of 5 matches in Friday's four balls competition with two matches halved Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas edged Adam Scott and cam Davis two and one Patrick cantley and Xander schauffele matsuyama and Tom Kim three and two and Billy horschel and max homa beat Cory Connors and Taylor pendrith one up Thanks to homeless 12 foot birdie putt on the 17th hole I was nervous this could be over that putt but it was fun The schedule picks up Saturday at quail hollow club in Charlotte with four matches of foursomes in the morning and four matches of four balls in the afternoon I'm Mike Gracia

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"justin thomas" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on Fore The People

"Like, who's your early favorite for saint Andrews to win? I mean, it's arguably the easiest open course where you can just send it all over the place. But there's a whole hell of a lot of course knowledge there. Right. Yeah, we have a live golf guy, Louie us Tyson, who won. Justin Thomas is my favorite. He's almost mine every week. Yeah, I think JT was there. Yeah. Most notably because I'm in a survivor pool. You're in Fort Worth Texas. I think you might be at it too, or you brought his in it, whatever. But I saved Justin Thomas for the British open this week. I have saved him all year, I've got a chance if I can finish the year strong to win this thing and it's like 80 grand to the winner or something. It's 700 bucks to get it. There's 500 or 600 people in a shitload of people, but anyway, I've saved Justin Thomas for the British open. I think Justin Thomas wins at saint Andrews. I know Colby two year also a friend of the pod has been on FTP Justin Thomas's personal trader. Is there with JT this week and next week, he's got his stable, the stables there. That's important. It's got more of a home feel to it when you've got your trainer and your swing coach, even when you're ten hours away at a different time zone, that's important. Little things like that make a big difference in a major championship or even in a even in a tournament where you're shit. And in 7 different time zones. It doesn't matter, but when you've got little things like that go on your way it makes a big difference. I got Justin Thomas at the British open saint Andrews. I mean, it's going to be a low score. It's going to be a low score. I saw a quote from JT. I think he played his first professional round at saint Andrews. And he said, the first fairway at saint Andrews is like a 120 yards wide. And he said, well, shit, if I well shit, if I can't hit this fairway, I might as well just never play professional golf and retire here. And he obviously piped it down the middle and she made $45 million ever since without joining the live tour, which is something in itself, but yeah, Justin Thomas is my favorite next week. I know that's an boring favorite because it's not really that out of

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Why Justin Thomas Is an Early Favorite for the British Open

Fore The People

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Why Justin Thomas Is an Early Favorite for the British Open

"Like, who's your early favorite for saint Andrews to win? I mean, it's arguably the easiest open course where you can just send it all over the place. But there's a whole hell of a lot of course knowledge there. Right. Yeah, we have a live golf guy, Louie us Tyson, who won. Justin Thomas is my favorite. He's almost mine every week. Yeah, I think JT was there. Yeah. Most notably because I'm in a survivor pool. You're in Fort Worth Texas. I think you might be at it too, or you brought his in it, whatever. But I saved Justin Thomas for the British open this week. I have saved him all year, I've got a chance if I can finish the year strong to win this thing and it's like 80 grand to the winner or something. It's 700 bucks to get it. There's 500 or 600 people in a shitload of people, but anyway, I've saved Justin Thomas for the British open. I think Justin Thomas wins at saint Andrews. I know Colby two year also a friend of the pod has been on FTP Justin Thomas's personal trader. Is there with JT this week and next week, he's got his stable, the stables there. That's important. It's got more of a home feel to it when you've got your trainer and your swing coach, even when you're ten hours away at a different time zone, that's important. Little things like that make a big difference in a major championship or even in a even in a tournament where you're shit. And in 7 different time zones. It doesn't matter, but when you've got little things like that go on your way it makes a big difference. I got Justin Thomas at the British open saint Andrews. I mean, it's going to be a low score. It's going to be a low score. I saw a quote from JT. I think he played his first professional round at saint Andrews. And he said, the first fairway at saint Andrews is like a 120 yards wide. And he said, well, shit, if I well shit, if I can't hit this fairway, I might as well just never play professional golf and retire here. And he obviously piped it down the middle and she made $45 million ever since without joining the live tour, which is something in itself, but yeah, Justin Thomas is my favorite next week. I know that's an boring favorite because it's not really that out of

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"justin thomas" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on Fore The People

"The British open doesn't have a single live guy on their press conference list next year, which is pretty early next week, which is pretty freaking surprising also. The whole thing is weird. Is that surprising? Is it surprising though? Well, it's surprising because if I was them, I would want to like the U.S. open had them all on just so people can freaking rip them a new one with questions. You know what I mean? That's why you'd want them on there because there's guys that want to ask questions. Like, they're arguably people want to talk with them more than Justin Thomas, not like not because they think they have a better shot of winning, but they want to ask them the same questions that the U.S. open asks, but I don't know if the British open did it to him as a sign of respect or they wanted to avoid controversy or I think that's what it is. I think that you think that's what it was. Or they were like yeah, they're a bunch of red coats. I don't feel like they want to get it into the controversy. You know, I just don't feel as if these, they don't want their British open. In their minds and no offense to all of our foreign listeners, but the British open is not the best major championship. It's not sorry. It is not. But everyone over there thinks it is. So I just don't, I just don't feel like they wanted these press conferences during in their opinion. The greatest major champion of the year, what do they say the guy that wins it every year? What is he that the champion golfer of the year? Wow, he's the champion. So they just don't want their champion golfer the year tournament, tarnished by a bunch of guys that everyone's labeling as

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Is the British Open Shunning LIV Players?

Fore The People

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Is the British Open Shunning LIV Players?

"The British open doesn't have a single live guy on their press conference list next year, which is pretty early next week, which is pretty freaking surprising also. The whole thing is weird. Is that surprising? Is it surprising though? Well, it's surprising because if I was them, I would want to like the U.S. open had them all on just so people can freaking rip them a new one with questions. You know what I mean? That's why you'd want them on there because there's guys that want to ask questions. Like, they're arguably people want to talk with them more than Justin Thomas, not like not because they think they have a better shot of winning, but they want to ask them the same questions that the U.S. open asks, but I don't know if the British open did it to him as a sign of respect or they wanted to avoid controversy or I think that's what it is. I think that you think that's what it was. Or they were like yeah, they're a bunch of red coats. I don't feel like they want to get it into the controversy. You know, I just don't feel as if these, they don't want their British open. In their minds and no offense to all of our foreign listeners, but the British open is not the best major championship. It's not sorry. It is not. But everyone over there thinks it is. So I just don't, I just don't feel like they wanted these press conferences during in their opinion. The greatest major champion of the year, what do they say the guy that wins it every year? What is he that the champion golfer of the year? Wow, he's the champion. So they just don't want their champion golfer the year tournament, tarnished by a bunch of guys that everyone's labeling as

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AP News Radio

02:00 min | 6 months ago

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"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports

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McIlroy defends Canadian Open title in strong LIV response

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

McIlroy defends Canadian Open title in strong LIV response

"It took him three years to do it but Rory McIlroy finally waited out the COVID cancellations to successfully defend his Canadian open title Mcelroy birdied the last two holes to hold off challenges from Tony finau and the PGA champion Justin Thomas I went out with a lead and had to shoot it under to get the job done So going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top that's something to feel really good about The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Tony then stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third I'm Graham agar

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"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"In a thrilling finish to the PGA Championship Justin Thomas beat will zalatoris in a three hole playoff to win his second major title both of which came at the PGA Championship in the last 5 years Thomas came back from a tournament record 7 shots back to force the playoff telling CBS It was a bizarre day I definitely crossed one off the list and I've never won a tournament shanking a ball on Sunday So that was a first and man I would really like it to be a last but bones that are unbelievable job is just keeping me in the moment today We just try to play the golf course for what it is and it's funny I was asked early in the week about what lead to safe and I said no lead I mean this place is so tough but safe to a patient and if I just couldn't believe I found myself in playoff Of course it helped that mito Pereira double bogeyed on 18 to cap a final round 75 that left him tied for second Good day for local baseball is the nationals beat the brewers 8 to two to avoid a series sweep and two and four road trip on a high note The Nats even got some good news on the injury front Steven Strasberg and Joe Ross are slated to open minor league rehab starts on Tuesday The Orioles fought their way back from four runs down to walk off the rays 7 6 on a rougned odor RBI ground out in the 11th His second extra inning game winner in three days the mystics faded in the second half of an 82 73 home loss to the Chicago sky who were led by Candace Parker's historic triple double only the 11th in WNBA history The Washington spirit or winless in their last three after playing OL reign to a scoreless draw but Marilyn men's lacrosse remains undefeated beating Virginia 18 to 9 to advance to a final four matchup with Princeton on Saturday Rob woodfork sports The top stories were following for you on WTO thousands are without power across the DMV after a band of severe weather across the region The strong storms have mostly pushed out of our area but the threat of flooding remains throughout the morning because of the heavy rain A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than a half million baby bottles has arrived in Indianapolis It's the first of several flights expected from Europe to relieve a formula shortage in the U.S. President Biden authorized the use of air force planes because no commercial flights were available Another hike in the cost of gas as the U.S. is now sitting at a national average of $4 and 71 cents a gallon That's up 33 cents in the past two weeks Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just moments It's four 17 a Northern Virginia police department is texting people they encounter asking for feedback Fairfax county police have launched a 9 month pilot program and effort to gather information on what the community thinks about the agency The department is partnering with axons my 90 they'll send text messages with a survey link to folks who reach out to police for certain types of services the survey will ask respondents how they view the department before and after interacting with an officer responses are very positively positively neutrally negatively or very negatively The survey also asks if folks feel they were treated fairly with respect if they got needed help and if they feel safe contacting fairfax county police Liz Anderson WTO news Read more at WTO dot com Traffic and weather on the 8s to rich hunter in the WTO traffic center I had a last check closure remains at Leesburg due to flooding shreve mill road was still closed between sickle and road and the dulles greenway again traffic can not continue through there the road got washed out as a result of yesterday's storms So be aware of traffic can not access that stretchy shreve mill road Now if you're traveling on cichlid road no worries from Leesburg headed toward Ashburn that remains open in both directions Now over in Bailey's crosswords long-standing closure at route 7 at south Jefferson street that remains blocked each way to repair down wires that came down as a result of last night's storms again traffic is a redirected into the service redway in both directions so you essentially get by without delay but just be aware you want to give yourself a couple extra minutes because there's more folks getting on the road it might actually start to slow things down Again the work zone from overnight 66 he's bound to hit east toward 29 in centerfold That has been wrapped up in cleared beyond that nothing else in your way to roslin and the Roosevelt bridge rich.

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Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff after 7-shot rally

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff after 7-shot rally

"Justin Thomas has posted a record equal income from behind victory at the PGA Championship a racing a 7 shot deficit at the start of the day Thomas fired a closing 67 to tie wields alla Torres at 5 under after regulation play and then the 29 year old won a three hole decider with a two under par total It was very calm in the playoff I was calm the last couple of holes I just I felt I felt like I could do what I wanted to do which is really all I could ask for Chilean mito Pereira led by one on the last hole but blew his chances of winning with a double bogey 6 to fall back into a tie for third It was a second major title for Thomas and his 15th career win on tour I'm Graham agar

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"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 7 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red 8 15 over to rob wood fork All right Sarah quite the finish to the PGA Championship It went to a three whole playoff after mito Pereira blew a three stroke lead opening the door for Justin Thomas to beat will zealot tourists for his second career major and coming back from a 7 stroke deficit for his second career PGA Championship victory so the wanamaker trophy slips right through the fingers of Pereira right into the hands of Justin Thomas for the second time By the way this is the fourth straight major championship that goes to a golfer in his 20s so a bit of a youth movement here in the sport of golf It was a good day for local baseball the nationals dodged a broom of Milwaukee they beat the brewers 8 to two and avoid a series sweep they capped their road trip with a two and four record at least on a high notes got some good news in the injury front too as Steven Strasberg and Joe Ross are slated to open minor league rehab starts on Tuesday on over at Camden yards the Orioles fight their way back from four runs down They walk off the rays 7 to 6 net old door the hero with an RBI ground out in the 11th inning not bad for a team that lost their starting pitcher Very early in this contest Spencer Watkins took a ball off the arm and knocked him out of a start that lasted all of 13 pitches and on the pitch the Washington spirit just completed a scoreless draw out west against the OL reign and the mystics fade in the second half of the nationally televised 82 73 home lost to the Chicago sky Rob woodwork WTO sports The top stories we're following for you on WTO thousands are without power across the DMV As another band of severe weather crosses the region the WTO listening area remains under a severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m. A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than a half million baby bottles has arrived in Indianapolis It's the first of several flights expected from Europe to relieve a formula shortage in the U.S. Another hike in the cost of gas as the U.S. now sits at a national average of four 71 a gallon That is up 33 cents in the past two weeks Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes After another day of intense heat you're being reminded to check your car Those hot temperatures can actually cause breakdowns leaving you on the side of the road in the heat but the Maryland Department of Transportation stayed highway administration says many of those car troubles can be avoided with a simple 5 minute check They suggest taking an extra look at your tires especially to make sure pressure is at the right level They also say that you should check the cooling system and easy way is to leave a plain piece of cardboard under the radiator for a couple of hours and check for leaks and of course make sure you have enough gas but that may be pricey right about now Luke Luger WTO P news Traffic.

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PGA updates | Justin Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

PGA updates | Justin Thomas wins 2nd PGA title in playoff

"Justin Thomas has posted a record equal income from behind victory at the PGA Championship a racing a 7 shot deficit at the start of the day Thomas fired a closing 67 to tie wields alla Torres at 5 under after regulation play and then the 29 year old won a three hole decider with a two under par total Chilean mito Pereira led by one on the last hole but blew his chances of winning with a double bogey 6 to fall back into a tie for third It was a second major title for Thomas and his 15th career win on tour I'm Graham agar

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"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"Right dick you're a man who enjoys some breaking news They just wrapped up in Tulsa in the PGA Championship ends with a thrilling finish Justin Thomas a winner over will zalatoris in a three hole playoff He wins his second major title both of which at the PGA Championship in the last 6 years Now Thomas came back from 7 shots back forced the playoff then wins it with two birdies and a part in that playoff and this will go down as a massive disappointment for mito Pereira He started the day with a three stroke lead he had a one stroke lead going on to the 18th hole then hits it into the water he gets a double bogey and his first major slips through his fingers the nationals they avoid a sweep in Milwaukee thanks to an 8 two victory the built on a 6 run fourth inning and quite a bit of small ball that included back to back RBI bunt singles So lane Thomas Juan Soto each with two RBI Aaron Sanchez pitched a solid 5 innings he even his record on the mound at three and three the Orioles He raced an early four run deficit in a game in interrupted by this reign but Austin Hayes the hero with a game tying two run single in the bottom of the 9th of force it to extras and then they win it in a walk off 7 to 6 so the O's win that series with the Tampa Bay Rays and the mystics followed the Chicago sky 82 73 Candace Parker with a rare triple double It's only the 11th and WNBA history and she becomes only the third player to do it multiple times The Washington spirit on the pitch out west and they are still in a scoreless match with the OL reign as we are now in the 77 minute Rob woodfork I believe TOP sports All right rob 7 47 The top stories were following for you today on WTO Thunderstorms with gusty winds rolling through the region knocking out power to thousands of homes in Northern.

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Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

"Mito Pereira is the surprise leader after three rounds of the PGA Championship the 27 year old Chilean firing at 69 to move to 9 under establishing a three shot blade of a will's ala tourist and Matt Fitzpatrick that on a cold and windy day the so many top players struggling Cameron young fired a 67 to move in a contention at 5 under Mexican Abraham answer is next at four under and former major champions bubba Watson and Justin Thomas still have a chance among those at three under the card I'm Graham agar

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Not much wind and a lot of Will as Zalatoris leads at PGA

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Not much wind and a lot of Will as Zalatoris leads at PGA

"25 year old will zalatoris playing in just his second PGA Championship holds the 36 hole lead after a brilliant bogey 360 five lifted him to 9 under and a one shot break of a PGA rookie mito Pereira Obviously being bogey free is pretty nice around this place but we lucked out a little bit with the draw for sure I played the last 8 holes really with not much wind but take it when you can get it Justin Thomas after a second consecutive 67 is next at 6 under and bubba Watson moved to 5 under after posting a PGA record equaling 63 Tiger Woods made two late birdies to make a last minute move inside the cut line but world number one Scottie scheffler did not finishing its 6 over I'm Graham

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Live updates | Bubba Watson shoots 63 to match PGA record

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Live updates | Bubba Watson shoots 63 to match PGA record

"25 year old will zalatoris playing in just his second PGA Championship holds the 36 hole lead after a brilliant bogey 360 five lifted him to 9 under and a one shot break of a PGA rookie mito Pereira Justin Thomas after a second consecutive 67 is next at 6 under and bubba Watson removed to 5 under after posting a PGA record equaling 63 Rory McIlroy is among those 5 Beck at four under Tiger Woods made two late booties to make a last minute move inside the cut line but world number one Scottie scheffler did not finishing at 6 over I'm Graham

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McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

"Rory McIlroy finally made a good start to a major championship taking advantage of mild early conditions to fire a 5 under 65 to take a one shot lead after the first round of the PGA Championship at southern hills I had quite a lot of drivers out there and took advantage of my length and finished that off with some nice iron play and some nice pumping The Irish man leads by one from will's Ella Torres and Tom hoagie and by two from a group of three under that includes Justin Thomas the world's top three ranked players all struggled in the windy afternoon conditions with Scottish in one over John rambert plaster and Colin Boracay at two over Tiger Woods also struggled with an opening for over 74 that included 7 bogeys and just three birdies I'm Graham agar

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"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO P Now to Steve dresner In sandy no further news on this morning's tragedy where Washington and Pittsburgh quarterback Twain Haskins was killed And an accident in South Florida again the details still coming through 24 year old was apparently struck by a dumb truck while on the roadways in South Florida was down there working out with his fellow Pittsburgh teammates Dwayne Haskins was 24 years old To golf Scottie scheffler sits atop the leader boarded eat under par 5 strokes behind Justin Thomas and four others a third round action from the masters in Augusta Tiger Woods wow he had a rough front 9 He bogeyed the first hole He did birdie whole number two double bogeyed 5 and bogey 9 currently tied for 30th at three over par is Tiger Woods shortly they get underway in the NHL caps are on the road this afternoon taking on Pittsburgh and puncture dropped shortly Capitals they have 86 points in 8th place overall in the east they trail 7th plates Pittsburgh by 6 points To baseball American League action Orioles are in action right now trailing Tampa 5 to two in the 7th inning Nats although be taking on the mets tonight coming off the last night's loss tonight's game a 7 O 5 start yes weather permitting Johann Don will be on the mound for the nets Again that'll be a 7 O 5 start Steve dresner WTO sports.

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Woods returns to golf, still 'long way' from the real thing

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Woods returns to golf, still 'long way' from the real thing

"Tiger Tiger Woods Woods horrific horrific car car crash crash caused caused injuries injuries so so severe severe that that doctors doctors so so that that might might have have cost cost him him a a leg leg now now ten ten months months later later the the forty forty five five year year old old fifteen fifteen time time major major winner winner puts puts his his remarkable remarkable recovery recovery to to the the test test Tiger Tiger joined joined just just twelve twelve year year old old son son Charlie Charlie in in a a limited limited field field of of twenty twenty major major winners winners each each paired paired with with a a family family member member Justin Justin Thomas Thomas and and his his father father Mike Mike or or defending defending the the title title world world number number one one Billie Billie coordination coordination with with their their dad dad Peter Peter the the tennis tennis great great hello hello Trevino Trevino player player in in the the luncheons luncheons Bob Bob and and Tom Tom among among others others for for the the PNC PNC George George McNeely McNeely Orlando Orlando

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Paz or Ross belin, the guys that work for the tour, like, as much as it don't mean it in a disrespectful kind of way, but they work for us. You know, that you need to ask them questions or if you truly legitimately feel a certain way. You need to let them know because if you don't say anything, nothing can ever happen. Kind of thing. And it seems like there is action. It does seem like though the tours overall structure like you're saying makes it hard for one things to some things are just impossible based on the idea of a member run organization that's a charitable organization and whatnot and you know, you can't just all of a sudden snap your fingers and choose where the money goes based on personalities and the pip is there, but it's not as easy as it doesn't seem like that says that big of a game changer for people anyways. Yeah, yeah. Definitely, especially through the all COVID and us playing with the hit that the economy took and I was always very against the reserves that we had. I felt like I'll be the first to admit that I felt like we should have been playing for that money. It should have been there, and then I saw what it saved a lot of guys and how the tour was basically able to remain as strong as it was, and you know, we didn't have any of the other sports how they took that obviously because it's run differently and not through the I guess you could call revenue share type thing. But it all stayed the same because of how the tour has gone through that. And yeah, there's always going to be things that can get better. But I think Jay and team are doing a good really, really good job of continue to try to improve the product as much as they can. I'm confused with what I even want to see now as a golf fan. But I don't know. Yeah. So we're coming up on almost a year since you were heard on camera uttering a gay slur in Hawaii. What have you learned since from that situation? That was in January of this past year. We're speaking here in November. What have you learned from that situation? A lot. A lot about myself. I mean, I would definitely say and like to think that I've grown a lot as a person. I mean, I've had a lot of really awkward and uncomfortable conversations. But it's just probably more to open up my eyes and honestly made me just realize some things about myself. Honestly, I think I was a little bit of almost like a hypocrite, if you will, because I would see people make these mistakes or I would see things whether it was online or whatever it was. And I think it's so easy nowadays for people to just attack the person or just be like, he's an idiot. What is he doing? He's got no idea what's going on. But then I flip it around and then that happened. I should say that happened to me. I did that. I made that mistake, and then I'm expecting people to not do the same thing to me. And it's just like, I'm like, I witnessed it. People literally make mistakes all the time. I'm not in no way shape or form defending myself, but it was almost just more of like a dude. You got to be realistic with everything that's going on. Like, yeah, I screwed up, but at the end of the day, I truly do believe everything happens for a reason. And it was extremely difficult to figure out for a couple of months. What kind of positive could come of this? But I developed a lot of great relationships because of it. I got even tighter relationships with a lot of my partners with a lot of my friends. It just kind of opened my eyes, I guess, if you will. And I think it's, you know, it's insanely different than a failure and golfer's sport, but it's still a failure in my life, but just like I trade my failures in my golf, as I try to learn from it. And I felt like although it took me a while just because of the state of mind I was in. I was just like, once I was able to kind of sit down with my team and friends around me, all right, let's just take this time to learn and try to get better from it because after you've already made the mistake, that's all you can do. That's what I felt like I did. Marrying two things together here from what we were talking about earlier from you feeling like you didn't quite feel like yourself this year or had I don't know what you would want to call that, but is it easy to link the two things in terms of what the last year has been like, that this incident contributing to a year where maybe we're not in your best mental state? It was a lot of things. I would say that that was the root of a lot of it. That was definitely one of the moments where I'm like, you know, why is this happening to me? Why is this? And that's kind of the feeling sorry for yourself and whatnot. And that's no way exactly to think about things. But then, you know, it's not something I it's not like after a couple weeks, I got over, but something as I was starting to at least be able to have a couple hours in a day where I didn't think about it of how I screwed up and how I let all these people down or whatever it was, but it just was, I was able to somewhat kind of normally live my life again. It was like, okay, getting back into it, and then everything happened to my grandpa. And then it's like, okay, like this unbelievable this is happening. It's like so out of the blue. So just random, and then it's like, okay, then everything happens with Tiger, and it's just that it was all this stuff that was kind of going on..

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"It seems like at minimum the tour is going to be stronger from this. But what do you, in your mind, what do you see happening? You know all these guys, you've talked to some of them, what do you see happening? Yeah, and I think that especially if the tour are smart and if J smart, what she's proving to be is that we're just going to better our product and that's the hope. And at the end of the day, I'm going to go and play wherever the top players are and wherever I need to go. You know? It's like if 9 of the top ten decide to go play or 18 of the top 20 decide to go play in a different tour. I don't have a choice. You know what I mean? I want to play against the top players in the world and have a chance, like I said, to win tournaments against the best players in the world. But we're just continuing to grow the product so much. I think on tour. And it's just getting better. And to me, as a player, it's just getting extremely frustrating. And I know it is for you too and you've even texted me of rumors you're hearing, not only about others, but about me. And it's like just the stuff that's getting thrown around that is so blatantly false is frustrating because in one, I would say it's pretty unappealing to me because I'm hearing things that are being said that I said that I've never spoken before. So it's like who's the person that is relaying or putting this information out? And two, how do you think that's a good way to go about business? You know what I mean? And I don't know if it's a player if it's an agent if it's someone from these organizations or what it is, it's just unfortunate. And you hate it, you would hate to see it get to the point where someone ends up potentially getting in trouble for one of these rumors that starts. And I've just gotten to the point now whenever I hear anything that's regarding a player, I just before even answering the person. I just immediately call the player. I don't talk to their agent. I don't talk to a buddy. I don't talk to a caddy. I'm like, dude, I heard this. You can tell me as little or as much as you want. But I'm sick of hearing it from someone else I want to hear it from you. And they tell me and tell me whatever they want. And then that's the end of the conversation. So that's just kind of where I'm at. And I mean, the thing is is nothing is necessarily off or on the table. Everything always has a possibility. But at the end of the day, I mean, as long as the game of golf is in the best possible place in every area, imaginable, like I think the PGA Tour is is only going to continue to keep going. And that's where I would think a lot of the top players want to be. Let's go through name by name of all those conversations you have to give me exactly what you got. Yeah, it is a yeah, it's incredibly there's smoke there in terms of it seems like if John Smith takes a meeting or John Smith's agent takes a meeting with this the Saudi golf league, whatever it is, it becomes to the next guy while John Smith is in. If you want to, that seems to be a very real thing that is going around. And I'm just amazed by how far along some of the rumors seem in the information seems, and then you go directly to people that are as close to it as you possibly can imagine they're like, well, that's not what I'm here. Wait a second here. The people with the best possible sources seem to be the most confused. It is. Yeah, like you said, I mean, you'll hear someone that's like, he is a 100% this. And I talked to that person. He's like, I'm a 100% that. I'm like, how can these two people or how can this person who says that this person is a 100% be literally as far as you can possibly get from what they say? So it's bizarre man. It really is. And I think it's been a crazy and other thing is like the whole huge announcement coming next week. The amount of times I've heard that and I've heard one announcement. So my big thing is I've tried not to get wrapped up in it because me playing good golf is what's most important for me. At the moment and there's definitely times where I'm going to continue to have conversations with players and different people because it's my right is a person and as a basically an owner of my own brand to know as much information as I can. But once it comes around and near tournament time, that's the only thing I'm focused on. So would you say that among the top players on the PGA Tour? There's not a there's not general descent into how things are being conducted on the PGA Tour. There's not a this has to change. I know each person probably thinks of it differently. But you don't get the sense for me that you think that there is a bunch of major issues that need to be addressed on the PGA Tour? No. There's things that could be addressed, but it's not like, you know, I've never had the thought of going to Jay like if this and this isn't changed, I'm out. You know, it's like, hey, you know, this can get better. And this can get a little bit better. You know, I heard this idea from so and so and what do you think about that? And I've heard great points from different players about just about potentially, you know, whether it's just having more transparent conversations. And I think that's what's been eye opening for me. Not only being a part of the pack one, how long it takes for things to change. You know, I think a lot of people think, hey, you know, I want this. This is like, what do you think he's just going to Houston this week? It's going to change. It can't happen like that. And it needs to go through this and need to go through the board that needs the tour needs to just a lot of things need to happen. But it doesn't matter who you are if you're John rom, myself or the 125th FedEx ranked player on tour. If you feel a certain way about it, you need to have a conversation with.

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"We're having these talks and stuff, you know, we're going to crush them this week we're going to do this. It just was like, everybody was comfortable and was confident and it seemed business like. Exactly. Expected in the least cocky way, I would say. Yeah, we all truly just went out to just go when your point go in your match and be there for your teammates and just help in any kind of way that you can. And I think that's what we did. Jordan was pretty direct afterwards and saying that he thinks there's big time unfinished business when it comes to winning in Europe. This one, I mean, it felt like you guys should win, and you guys, you did, you took care of business. How prepared is this group to win in Italy? Do you have to do anything differently to win abroad? Can you just pick up what we just did? And do that over there or is something how do you prepare differently or do you? I don't know. I mean, we joked, we on Sunday Night were like if we could just ask, can we just sign this team to go play in Italy in a couple years? But I mean, like you said, we played great. The course fit us well. It seemed like everything worked out pretty well and obviously having your home crowd and all the motivation we had helped. But at least I don't think we know the golf course very well. I don't know what it's like. You know that they're going to set it up to favor them a bunch. But at the end of the day, if we have a group of golfers that are just as good as we were a couple months ago, then I feel confident that we'll be able to figure out how to play it. It's just a matter of going out and executing at that point. But I definitely feel like the difference a massive massive difference of this year in France is that we made a lot of those putts we needed to make. I mean, I remember just watching so many rider cups growing up and even my first couple years is a pro, just seeing the amount of putts that Europeans made versus the U.S. and that's just such rahm did it to us so many times in our first match in Jordan and I mean we played so well and we just couldn't hold any of those putts. And we had so many times where we were inside of them and they were putting for the same thing and rom would hole along putt and then we would miss a ten 12 footer and it just takes so much of the momentum out. And that was the biggest difference for the week, I think. Onto a different note. I just want to thank you for all of the behind the scenes info. You've given me on all the new potential leagues. You've really spilled the beans and giving me more information than I know what to do with here. You know, you're the go to expert here. But I do want to ask you about this and for those that are not familiar with, you you've been pretty dismissive of basically everything. Both publicly and privately, if it may say, but what do you play for? What's important to you? I'll open ended question. Trophies, history. I mean, when in tournaments, when in majors, I mean, that's just I mean, to have your name in the history books and just name on major championship trophies and just being in a part of golf history is honestly what's important to me. Because I struggle sometimes watching pro golf not knowing what guys are playing for. I don't know if they're playing for the money. I mean, do you have I don't know how to ask this, of course, the answer is that, yes, but do you feel like, hey, I've got the money. I got the money that I need. I don't need to go play for obnoxiously more amount of money because I like what I'm doing. Is that a fair assessment of your stance? I've never never thought or said that to myself once, but I guess you could, yeah, it is. I mean, it's not necessarily just golf. I mean, I would say you could find basketball players you could find baseball football players that are just like, oh, you know, I just want to go get that one more contract. And it's like, dude, like you've made a 230 million in your career. What's this 30 extra million? You know you're not any good actions and not any good. You're not as good and you're not at that same level as you were, you're maybe 7th or 8th year, but it's just like, and then there's some guys that are like, you know, I have another couple of really good years of in me and then after competition. Exactly. And everybody's different. And there's nothing wrong with it. It's just me personally. Unless knock on woodless things really go south and I need to fire all my financial advisers. I will not be going out to play, you know, a couple of years just because I feel like I need some more cash, you know? I want to go out and I just that's probably why I was so disappointed with this year. You know, obviously, one of the players, which is a huge accomplishment and stepping stone for my career. But I obviously would like to win more than once. And that's probably why it was like that. How do you see these developments playing out? And where it's still very blurry as to what it might look like the premiere golf league the Super League golf or whatever that is, all of the rumblings that are going on actions that have been made by the PGA Tour, introducing the pip, the players purchased going up FedExCup money's going up. People are getting $50,000 bonuses for playing 15 events..

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Shot at two on sawgrass for the same reason. It needs to kind of be something that's low. And it's got to be turning right to left. And on Saturday, it was a little in off the left. And I was like, Jimmy I was like, what do you think about that shot in this song? He's like, yeah, I love it. And so it was no doubt what I was going to do on Sunday. And it's actually turned into a great shot for me, just because, you know, it's not anything that's going to be obviously not going to carry very far. I'm not hitting a high draw cover in a bunker, but it's like if it has to turn right to left. And if it's remotely firm or not even firm, but just not soft, it's going to get out there plenty far. And it's really shot that I've liked using. So you put it in play with the 5 word on 18, as well at the players. Yeah, yeah. Like I said, I can hook to 5 wood. Tell me about that one. Have you watched the replay of that? If it lands in a different way, that ball goes to the water, am I right? I honestly, after seeing the replay makes me feel like it had less of a chance than I thought. Every angle I ever see of it, especially the one coming the teas back here from the green. I mean, it looks like it would have needed a bad bounce to go in the water. And I'm like, that doesn't seem possible. It was hooking and but I think it's 50 50 on if it goes to the water. I still think that. But I think the way that it bounced up, made it almost look like it just kicked right. And I'm looking at this, every video I look at, I'm like, all right, maybe I didn't get as lucky as I thought, but then I think about it. I'm like, who cares? And stayed in the fairway, whatever it worked out, but yeah, that it very easily could have gone it. A quick break here to check in with our friends at ro back. We've been hearing a lot about throwback Activewear for a while now. You guys have been telling us about them. We had to check them out. Absolutely loving what we've seen so far. First of all, their performance polos, they fit so much better than your typical poxy polos and their four way stretch is next level the material, super soft, staying wrinkly free their fountains went through over 20 iterations of the color alone to ensure it keeps its shape a doesn't get in the way of your golf swing. Second of all, roback's performance Q zips, total game changer when it comes to fall golf, there's soft. Keeps you kind of freed up. You can be throwing darts all day long that the definition of versatile. And third and maybe most important robach's performance hoodies stretchiest and softest hoodies and golf. I'm wearing one as we speak. Maybe the most performance most comfortable performance hoodie in the game. And roback hoodies are popping up, not only on the course, but all over the NFL, they've been gaining traction big time or finally. We're pumped to finally partner with them on the podcast. Next time you see somebody rocking the throwback dog logo, just give them that subtle nod. Maybe give them a bark or actually don't give a bike. That's not in the copy at all. But you can use code NLU at roback dot com for gender is 20% off your first order through the end of this week. That's, BA, CK dot com. It's 20% off polos, Q tips, hoodies and tees with the coat and LU they just dropped some new hoodies and cubes that will have you. Looking good and feeling fresh. So go check them out at roback dot com. Let's get back to JT. All right, I made it pretty far in before talking, of course, about my favorite topic. Ryder Cup. I got to say you were especially coy with me this year on the Intel front, didn't pass along a lot of stuff on how this team was being formed. What was the process like? This being you as a leader of this team coming back, this is your second writer cut, but I kind of want to know what the player to captain conversations processes like in filling out 6 spots, half the team needed to be filled out by captain picks. I want to know when that started and how that kind of worked. Yeah, I'm trying to think of when it really would have started. I don't remember a specific time. I mean, you know, sometime early early summer spring, you know, whatever it was, but yeah, it was bizarre because, you know, like when we would text, I'm like, it's exactly what you think. And that's the thing is that people are it's so funny reading what people are saying online versus knowing what's going on. And it's like, well, you know, this could happen. This person, this is the stats. It's like, but is he going to go with this guy? And it's like, why are you overthinking this that much? Well, in the past, the U.S. teams have not always done what, let's get young guys on a good course fit has not always been the holy but I would say the way that we have some scar tissue. The way that the points and the rankings and everything worked out, it wasn't like you were you were having to jump to a 17 or 18 to get this young guy or get whatever, you know, it was kind of all at least at the end..

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Yeah, I called a guy and talked to one of my buddies that week and it was just like that was like the first time the hard part for me wasn't once I got in contention. It was getting there. It was like I felt like I can't get any contention. I can't get there. What's going on? And then once I got there, I just was like, felt more like myself again and back in this kind of ease and normality of all right, I'm comfortable again. Is there something to when you're on your way up a T 15 finish that has the right signs there can be that much more meaningful to you that once you've won as much as you have that it's harder to find small wins. Do you see what I'm getting at there? Results that may have been somewhat satisfying, somewhat checking the box four or 5 years ago just don't do that for you anymore. And that contributes to kind of the way you're feeling. For sure, they just check different boxes. I think some T 15s are a lot different than other T 15s. I mean, I mean, even last week in Mexico, I mean, to finish third with how I felt and how I played. I mean, I was like, I mean, I told myself Saturday night. If I somehow go on to win the scoff tournament, this is going to be the most impressive win that I've had because I worked so hard the week before and I just couldn't quite get the consistency of my clubface control. And I was like, you know, my putting it like it was I was putting, I was making some putts, but it didn't feel that good and then my chipping. It was kind of the same sort of thing. And I'm like, man, I just worked my ass off all week because I really, you know, I don't want to take this as a vacation week. And I get here, and then I feel like this. And then kind of scraped it around got off to a terrible start Thursday and finished strong. And then kind of just plotting my way around and all of a sudden, I'm like, I got a chance to win this tournament. And so I think it really is just different, it's still check some boxes or just different. And I think that anybody would be lying if they say that, yeah, the same if I the same things I was trying to accomplish my rookie year if I accomplished them now, I would feel just as excited. I mean, I would be doing myself a disservice. And that's where if I'm looking at your record over pretty much your entire career, we're just talking about your FedExCup run you went first 7th third second fourth in a 5 year period, yet you're sitting here, you were 22nd this year and you're sitting here coming off of what you would call not a great year. How do you get better? You are have been remarkably consistent. You've won I think 14 times now, yet you still have that hunger to get better. How do you get better once you've shown that you can be this good as it is? You see what I'm saying? Yeah, yeah. I think it's for me, it's not completely changing a bunch of stuff. It's just fine tuning little things. You know, yeah, I may not love how my golf swing looks at times, but if it works and maybe just kind of tweak the one shot that gets away from me every once in a while, then that's great. You know, or if I can take, especially with all the stats now if I can take my strokes gain from point four three 5 off the tee, put that to like .45. That's a big difference over the course of the year. Or if I can just get my putting from this, get rid of those 8 bad really bad rounds that I have over the course of the year and I take them to this. So it's a lot of little things. And unfortunately, winning is what gauges most years and for me, I really feel like I should and could be playing a lot better in majors. I mean, that's my big thing is that I know that I'm good enough to be contending in majors and quite often. I just haven't done that. So I think potentially just trying to find a different way if I'm approaching them the wrong way or if I'm preparing the wrong way or what it is, but we'll figure it out and go from there. Because that's the conversation we had sitting here two years ago actually was you were maybe a year and a half, two years, I guess removed from winning the PGA and you were quick to say not happy with my major championship record. In the last two years, I would then just say you would not call successful in that. But if I'm looking at it, your game, your strong iron play kind of pretty much defines your game. It seems to be the thing that gets rewarded the most in major championships. So do major championships ask a different question out of professional golfers than a normal PGA Tour stop does. I think it depends. I would say that it's a good question. I think short game is the most important thing in my opinion and majors because if you have a good short game, you're making less bogeys and I include putting in short games. So it's like you're making those putts and you need to make maybe making a couple more birdie putts and then all of a sudden, if that's at least for me, if that's going well, the rest of my game seems to feel more comfortable because I don't have as much stress on that 6 iron that I have to hit the green kind of thing. I know that's a lot of ifs and that makes total sense. Frees up your ball strike a little bit if you don't fear getting it. I mean, obviously, yeah. If you, if you asked a person who is just dead zeros across the board and everything, what would you rather have in a major? Would you rather be first in the field and approach or first in the field and around and on the green, I think it'd probably be a toss up in the majors to probably depending on which one. But at least for me, I know the ones that I've contended and played well and it's always been short game for me. Especially in you get U.S. opens and the PGA can kind of differ and the weeks that are tough or a little easier maybe, but I don't know. That's at least at least my thought. I got to ask about the tea shot on 16 at sawgrass on Sunday. What do you call this trap draw snap driver that you bust out a couple times this year? That's somewhat new in the arsenal now. Yeah, it's funny. I've always hit it off ten at Augusta. I don't, for some reason, I don't feel comfortable really turning over a three wood. I can hook a 5 wood. I like turn over a 5 wood, but just a three wood for me when I try to draw it. I heal it sometimes and then I mean, I'm going to have 30 in on ten off a down slope in the rough. So I don't know what it was. I just kind of went there one time and I was like, I need to turn this, but you gotta turn it a lot. And I don't really want to hit a high draw because then it's just going to fly farther down that hill, and I just, I've always hit that little kind of bullet, squeeze cut, and I'm like, what if I just, if I had to hook a 7 iron or 6 iron, what would I do? I just close the face. So I just am way right and I close it and just get it on the ground as quick as I can. That way, if it goes straight, it's not in the air long enough to really get in trouble. And I've quack hooked it before and it's not in the air long enough to go into the tree. So it's just like, it's just a shot that I've always always hit on that hole. I've actually already told bones, I'm like, I'm gonna hit driver on ten of the guests. I'm just letting you know now, so don't even try to give me the three one. But yeah, and I just not really comfortably consistently been able to just turn over a driver, especially left to right wind. And that 16 T shot at sawgrass is tough. If it's down when I can hit it high and hit it over everything, but it wasn't down when that day. And I just, and then I started hitting that shot at two on sawgrass for the same reason. It needs to kind of be something that's low. And it's got to be turning right to left. And on Saturday, it was a little in off the left..

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"One thing that bones tells me throughout the golf course, then it helps us then it helps all of us. So I called him and we went through and I have some notes on my phone of him kind of going through some of the things that they noticed out there. I know he's excited. We've talked about that. And we're definitely going to try to find a time that we can go take a trip so we can kind of watch me play around that place. Love that. So you obviously won the players in 2021 was 2021 by your own, however you review your game. It was 2021 a good season for you. It was very poor, I would say. What was poor? I mean, my results, I mean, I had a nice end of the season. You know, I obviously I had a good start to the season. I had one good tournament. I felt like in the middle and then I finished strong. But everything else in between wasn't great. My game probably wasn't as bad at least to me as the results showed, you know, it wasn't like I was missing a bunch of cuts or I wasn't, you know, in 50 every week, but it just was like, it felt like I was one round one 9 hole stretch, one finish away from having some top 5 some top tens, having a chance to win tournaments. And I just, you know, we shoot 73 the last day or bogey three in my last four or 6 hole stretch three or four over and those would turn into 18th and 25th. And it's just like it was so frustrating because I knew that I was better than that. And I probably worked harder than I ever have this year. So that part's frustrating too. But mentally, I got in a place mentally that I haven't been in ever. I mean, I was talking to psychologists. I was talking to I just was like, I wasn't having any fun. And to me, I mean, the competitive side is is what it is. And unfortunately, my I don't want to save my performance determined my mood and whatnot. But it definitely influences it. You know, if I'm playing well, I'm obviously going to be in a happier mood and some people might not like that, but that's unfortunately just how I am. I've definitely gotten better. I'm not like the little 14 year old self where I hated everything and kicked chairs and stuff, but I just wasn't having fun and when I was out there, I didn't feel like I was going to do well. And you know, I felt like I wasn't even a very good player. And I go back and I'm like, I'm the second or third ranked golfer in the world. How could I possibly feel like this? And that's where I was like, I might have a little bit bigger things going on here. And it was, you know, especially with, you know, everybody kind of seems like in the world kind of going through it. And I had addressed it in the past, but it just was never gotten to that level for me. So it was felt like that, along with the not very good golf, it just was like, I wasn't really enjoying what should be an unbelievably enjoyable lifestyle as much as I should. That makes way more sense to me 5 years into doing this job full-time than it would have when we first started it. And we've touched on this a lot in the past of just it always looks like the most glamorous and fun job in the world. But at a certain point, it starts to wear on you. And what did you learn? I guess from the help that you got or whatever from that you kind of reflect on now. I think, I mean, I'm so lucky and fortunate to have not only a great group of friends that, you know, I talked to a couple of them, but I do remember this one piece of advice I got is it's okay to feel sorry for yourself. And I think I would get kind of in this. Mode in this mood of just like I feel I just feel so helpless and so sorry all the time. And it's like, and I felt like I wasn't allowed to, or I couldn't be. And it's like, dude, it's okay. You're allowed to feel that way. You know, it's unfortunately a part of life. Just like you said, just because there's so many people, especially with doing what I've done and you as well, you meet a lot of wealthy people and there's a lot of billionaires out there that are miserable. It does not matter money, it obviously helps solve a lot of problems and whatnot. But it just does absolutely nothing to do with how happy you are. And it was like, I felt like I shouldn't be feeling that way. I shouldn't be allowed to feel that way. When in reality, it's like, dude, if you don't feel good, you just don't feel good. Figure it out or do something that kind of help you out or because at the end of the day, if I'm not happy about playing golf, and I need to take a little time off until I was, but luckily I was able to play I mean, I don't want to again sound like a sob story, but just kind of play, you know, play my way through it because I just felt like same thing with my golf swing if it's not good. I'm just going to kind of get it around and figure out a way to succeed and get a little bit better. So just actually funny, I talked to a guy during the players..

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"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Get 15% off Calloway purchases at Callaway golf dot com. That's a year round discount, not just around Veterans Day. Aside from the obvious appreciation for our veterans is Thursday and every day be sure to learn about the amazing work done by organizations like bunkers and Baghdad and birdies for the brave among many others. Without any further delay, let's get to our conversation with Justin Thomas. Bones on the bag, as someone that I would like to pride myself that I'd speak to both of you pretty often. I did not see that one coming. How did that one unfold? I think I even remember getting the text from you, or just maybe you sent me the screenshot or whatever it was and you just sort of like question mark exclamation and just a bunch of them. And yeah, it was definitely caught a lot of people by surprise and off guard. But you know, Jimmy would just sit at a point where he wanted to go a different way and I mean, hey, I respect that. It doesn't matter. I mean, people, I thought about it a lot, especially the time off that I had is that nobody ever thought Tiger and Stevie were going to break up or fill in bones. We're going to break up and it's like, in our run, it was really good, but it wasn't anything close to those kind of guys or the amount of time. And it's all great things come to an end. I mean, Jimmy and I still have a great relationship and friendship. Which I'm glad that it happened that way. You never want it to get so far down the road where it gets ugly when you two are good friends. But no, it was an easy decision and an easy call to bones. It unfortunately wasn't the best timing as he was going through the maybe the extension or renewal with golf channel and I really did enjoy listening to him. Call golf. I thought he did better than anybody. You know, especially from the golf he was calling, but I'm glad to hear that he's only calling mine now on my back. Well, he was never shy about the fact that he was a caddy. I'm a caddy doing TV and I think everyone kind of knew for the right bag he would do it. It seemed like there was only a couple guys. He would do it. And you've had trial runs together, right? So what is someone like him? Jimmy had obviously a ton of ton a ton of experience, but what is someone like him? What does it change for you? Does it change anything, having somebody like him carrying the bag? I mean, I don't think in terms of it's hard to say because they're just different. They're both they're very, very different people. You know, Jimmy's very quiet. And was very even keel and his emotion stayed very similar all the time. I mean, I remember seeing so many videos of past shots or big putts or whatever it was and Jimmy in the background and you know, I'd maybe make some like 25 footer on the 15th or 16th total to take the lead and he just kind of be standing there with the pen and not even moving and hand it to the caddy. And it's stuff like that that. It's just like, that's Jimmy. You know, if somebody else watched it, they'd think, oh, he doesn't care, but I'm like that's just how he is, whereas, you know, bones is a little bit more fiery, kind of like I am. And I think that it might be able to feed off of each other a little bit there. But you know, the fun part for us is that we had some of those trial runs, and we did work together. But unfortunately, just from where I was at, we knew that it wasn't a long-term thing. And we obviously had an end goal and I respected that so much from bones. Is that it's very easy for a caddy if they're just going to come in for a couple of weeks or one tournament towards I just got to get through this week. But it was like every tournament he was acting like this is the guy I'm going to have for the rest of my career. And this is a stepping stone. We got to get better this week. And I really respected that. I don't even know if I've told him that. Directly like that, but I remember thinking it was really impressive how serious he took even the one week he would caddie for me, let alone kind of the stretch of whatever it was like four or 5. We had last year. So it's been fun. I mean, we're learning, we're having conversations, whether it's after every round after every tournament to kind of be like, you know, what can we do better? What can I do better him? And hopefully we'll just keep improving. This is a directed golf in general, much, much, much more than it would be Jimmy or anyone else necessarily, but it always blew my mind for the last four years, whatever it's been that there are masters being played and bones is not on the bag for somebody. That guy has seen that course from every possible angle every possible putt and committed it all to memory. And it just seemed like he was going to be able to help somebody around that golf course at some point. Yeah, yeah, it's funny. I actually still still have them, actually. I'm curious to look and see what it is. But I called bones. I think it was before my first masters, and I just asked them, let's see where is it? It must have been in 17. So before the 18 masters, because I felt like I love that course, I knew it and obviously Jimmy knew it well, but it was just like same reason a fast Tiger or Freddy or something. If I can pick out one thing that bones tells me throughout the golf course, then it helps us then it helps all of us. So I called him and we went through and I have some notes on my phone of him kind of.

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"justin thomas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Panned, like many things have widely criticized The runner. In the 10th inning on second base. The seven inning doubleheaders, you know, widely criticized stuff, but when you run a monopoly, don't worry about that. Really. You do what you do, and the people adjust and that's what's happened in all sports. The rule changes, and that's what's happened here. So not overly surprising. Good first set Djokovic and Barry Teeny They are at 65 Djokovic in the first set. And we will keep you up to date on Wimbledon as the morning progresses. We also have the Scottish Open in golf and a good leader board there, and that's only Mildly interesting for those of us that like golf, because this week is the open championship at Royal ST George's beginning on Thursday, and a lot of the favorites. Like Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas. Xander softly. I don't know if he's a favorite, but he's somebody to watch Matthew Fitzpatrick. Some pretty good names on the first page of the leaderboard doesn't look like any of those guys will win this tournament, but they're playing. Well and playing and tuning up for the open championship, which begins on Thursday. So we look forward to that We are Uh, I really enjoyed a regular season baseball game last night. It's hard when you root for a team to know how a game is viewed nationally, and I know that baseball in large part Especially this season and last season in the Covid shortened year. Has been ignored by a lot of you fans. Except for perhaps the local team, you root for your old team. But if you're not an Astros a Yankees fan last night in the national game, you know, I just don't know that you're Glued to it or You know, really entertained by. It'll be interesting to see how that game rate nationally. We know there are a lot of Yankee fans and some Yankee haters and the Astros are the Astros and have a good baseball team. We're having another good year. I don't know how it will rape nationally. So I hesitate to talk too much about it. Just to say that we had, uh, the season high in pictures by a By any picture at 129 for your cold last night. And because our all this Chapman is struggling He did not come out of the night and they let coal pitch a complete game, which is rarity in itself. And it was just great drama near the end of that game because it was one nothing on a judge home run, and because that one nothing as you. Hockey fans know, you know one mistake and it's 11, so it doesn't take much. It's uh, it's more like hockey or soccer when you get in the late innings in a one run game. And You're on the road. Of course, it's a walk off opportunity for the home team. So there was good drama. It was really good drama, and the Yankees had been struggling and they had been scuffling and They Looked like they needed the game and coal, of course, coming off the Spider attack controversy and him basically admitting that he rubs up the baseball with something Where has in the past. Certainly not denying it, which was refreshing in itself that he didn't just Dismissed the question and say no. All that added to the entry, you know, can he off too bad starts in Iraq and he pitched against this good Houston team. And can he Survive. And of course he did more than that, and one nothing win. And they didn't have to go to Chapman. But I'll tell you what drives you crazy right now, and I'd love your commentaries on it. At 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the dynamic of regular seasons and how, uh Teams are so two faced about it and the Yankees this weekend, a good example because Luke Voight was really hot on this road trip, which started in Seattle. And he had a five hit game, the first of his career and played very well and he got hit on the hand. On Thursday. But when Aaron Boone was asked why he wasn't playing Friday night, he said, all his hand is fine. We just thought he needed a day. And you know that excuse across sports from pro sports about players in regular season games, particularly in this case of first basement. Needed a day. You know when they're under pressure when they're way behind Boston in the American League East when they've had a miserable season to this point in terms of where their expectations were. When the Yankees were the second biggest favorite, find the Dodgers in Las Vegas to win the World Series. And they are whatever four games over 500. So it has been Uh, tough sledding for them all year and for them to go into that game, their hottest hitter sitting because Is it because we got hit in the hand? Oh, no, that has nothing to do with it. It's because, you know, we just feel like he needs a day here. What What And then, of course he plays last night, underscoring that he could have played Friday night. And Just the opposite happens. They get in a situation where Cole has never gone 129 pitches in his career. No one in baseball has thrown 129 pitches in one game this year. And you're acting like a desperate team in the middle of July before the All Star break in, leaving Your ace, Your $300 million guy. In the game. For the ninth inning,.

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"justin thomas" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You're going to win it this year, so I'll be curious to see who steps up. But I agree with you that you cannot count on the Nets doing this again next year. Yeah. Alright, right on, man. Have a good Sunday. Appreciate it. Let's um let's talk to KJ from Arkansas, KJ How you doing, buddy? How are you? KJ man, I got a friend that he's in one of those leaks like you're talking about the Where you have to have a punishment and he finished last. And in order to get to play again the next year. He had to go take the CT, and there was a minimum score that he had the school or after get what it was, like 14 or 13 or something. So he couldn't just Bruce, where he stood, or he couldn't play the next year. And if you if he found it, he keep taking it. But yeah, the best Wow, That's awesome. That That is awesome. I so I've heard And appreciate the phone call. Thank you. I've heard Of people like like in soccer and professional soccer, If you if you fall if you're in last place, you go to the other division. And then, like somebody else comes up, so I've heard of. I've heard of people and actually was talking about this on my Monday through Friday show. I had people that said that That, um, that totally. It is a It's your your last place. You're out, and then they bring somebody else in And then they're able to try to get back into the rotation. I don't want to do that. I don't want to throw people out of the, uh Throw people out of the The league if they come in last place, But the punishments a pretty good idea. It's gotta Tim Tim's in Charlotte, North Carolina. One Starbucks. What's up, Tim? How are you? You know what? The Milwaukee Bucks I hate to say it in the in the Michael Jordan era and the Larry Bird air when they were just destroying teams. They want to eat the Milwaukee Bucks for lunch. Nobody Nobody even knows what defense is That old team and Celtics saying what have slaughtered those Yeah. And But then I got to tell you about the U. S. Open real quick. Yeah. I'm telling you right now, I think Keep your eye a Justin Thomas and Zoo lander softly. That's your your prediction. Well, you know, so sharply has a pretty good record of closing, and I know his name's not zoo Lander, but I heard a guy on the radio column. Zoolander shopping, but I am telling you, Justin Thomas and sharply are strong guys down as closers. That's just who I'm thinking about, Brother. All right, enjoy a lot going on to like going on today. The final round U. S open. Get some playoff basketball. Got all the major league baseball teams that are going on. You have the European Championship going on saucer. You A, You know, European soccer fan. People have been very excited about that. I mean, I'm not. The only investment that I had going was that I made a hot take saying that Scotland was gonna beat England because I don't know why. I just think there's every single time. Any time the English national football team decides to do a any form of international competition. I just assume that they're going to let down their fans at least once. Did they did they win? They didn't lose now. They they drew and I'm not see that's the thing. I mean, kind of been like a leeway because I don't know this is my hot. Take. Cashed in or did I get or did I like? No? No. If if it was a draw you one right? They were They were heavily favorite. I don't know. I don't know anything about soccer or football. As you said the national football team. I don't know, man I can't get into Can't get into it. I have a lot of friends that That love the euro leagues and watch a lot of it and everything else. I just never I'd like to. I'd like to Philadelphia Union. You know, I'll root for the MLS. I don't really watch a whole heck of a lot. I don't know. But it's Like I know it's been on TV all week. Another European championships has been on TV all week, so people have been excited. I've seen a lot of stuff in the news about it. I just like Italy's leading whales right now. In the euro championship.

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Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open

"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend I've never played this well in the U. S. open so I don't really have a good memory of what what the last few have been light besides maybe Shinnecock Handley after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa I'm Graham like us

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The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances

"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend and late after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa nine Graham like us

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The Latest: Mickelson, Oosthuizen Tied for Lead at PGA

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Mickelson, Oosthuizen Tied for Lead at PGA

"Fifty year old Phil Mickelson has charged her share of the lead after thirty six holes at the PGA championship Mickelson posting a sixty nine on the demanding kiwa island coast to join the south African Louis who stays and on top of the leaderboard at five under a resurgent Brooks kept it is next just one shot back in Florida and the newly crowned masters champion Hideki Matsui yama is among those two back at three under some big name struggled Rory McElroy is back at three other Jordan spaces plus four and Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas both missed the cut I'm Graham like us

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Major Start as Koepka Finds His Way to Share of Lead at PGA

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Major Start as Koepka Finds His Way to Share of Lead at PGA

"Dented Canadian Corey Conners master the difficult K. what island ocean because with a hunting five under sixty seven to take a two shot lead after the first round of the PGA championship former champions Brooks kept Karen Keegan Bradley among those next at three under and defending champion Colin Varkala joins Phil Mickelson three back at two under Jordan space made a slow start to his ongoing quest to win the only major to us so far eluded him he's six back after a seventy three Rory McElroy and Justin Thomas posted seventy five Dustin Johnson seventy six I'm grandma goes

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Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

"Three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round he shot a seven under par sixty five to supplant justin rose on the leaderboard rose made save after save after save on second nine to card an even par seventy two. He enters sunday four shots back of matsuyama tied at seven under with zander. Shafi markley shman and will zella taurus. The tournament was delayed by weather for one hour and seventeen minutes when the final pairing was on the seventh green when play resumed at five fifteen pm eastern time the change in pace on the greens stymied rose and zella taurus and justin thomas while matsuyama was a force after his round. Matsuyama said before the horn. Blue for weather. I didn't hit a good drive but after the restart i hit practically every shot. Exactly how i wanted to during the hour break. Matsuyama said he sat in his car and checked his cellphone. He said it's a new experience being the leader going into the final round of a major. And all he can do is relax and what he plans to do is relaxed as much as possible. Saturday night. Prepare will and do his. Very best on sunday

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The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead

"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.

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"justin thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"High school grad and current number three. Justin Thomas. Has apologized after what happened at the century Tournament of Champions of PGA event in Hawaii, So we had to give me for a quarter. Now, you and me, Mr four footer. That's desperate business is huge hole. Right guy, Mr Form are you suck? The number three in the world. This is a four footer at the problem, so he and an open microphone on it was on NBC golf wherever it was, But when they had the TV Mike's up and you could clearly heal him, say these same exact word. That Thom Brennaman used that ended the demise of the end of his career. And it was the demise. Thom Brennaman Reds broadcaster Um Thom Brennaman said it And Justin Thomas said it What's the difference? Well, Justin Thomas afterwards said, Here's this Here's his vehicle. But there's no excuse. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man. There's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like it and it's terrible. I'm extremely embarrassed. It's not the kind of person I am. Which it sounds like it's kind of what Tom said. Um, right after he discovered that his words were broadcast around the world. Justin Thomas apologized to everybody and anybody who I offended. I'll be better because of it. And the story as far as I could tell, looking on Twitter. It's not really trending didn't really trend and I have to look at this and go. Well, Wait a minute. Do we have a glaring double standard here? Is there a difference in if a 50 year old announcer in Cincinnati says it versus a 27 year old golf superstar. The third best golfer in the world, said it I think that carries a lot more weight than the broadcaster for the Reds. And and I guess Justin Thomas Emmy. Technically, I know how to work. The PGA, you're not I mean, you're not an employee, right? I guess you have you don't have a union. How's that work? Golfer any so and where the PGA Control things, right? But I think the way we look at it go, you know? I think there's a lot of 50 year old plus guys that have used that word. And it wasn't right then. But that it was more acceptable. Like people that like you know it was you. Did you see you throw that word around? There was no repercussions whatsoever for using that word. That's a 57 year old guy. A 27 year old. No time in the life of a 27 year old Has it been appropriate to use that word in any context? Any situation ever. Now, Look, I don't think the JT should lose his money. I'm not saying Well, you know, he got Tom branding, Okay? We should cancel just in time. No, I'm not saying that because I don't think Tom should have either, but It seems to me too, and I can't place why there's not the out radio Tom and I think maybe it's this Is it's the news cycle. So when Tom had his outburst, it's the summer. It's slow. Yeah, we have current virus. They're back and play. Okay. That's one thing of Trump was kind of quiet. Now we have what we have a current virus. We have impeachment. We have transition of power. We got all these things going on. We can only pay attention to so much and I don't think it's in that sense, maybe a deliberate bias, but there's just so much going on. But I don't think the people who normally would pay attention or paying attention. They're more worried about what Trump is doing in the Capitol Hill stuff and, hey, we can only focus on one crisis at a time. And I don't know that's that's my guess is to why this isn't blowing up. Intact it that there is a double standard. I mean, you know if he said it He owns it. He admitted it. How do you give one to pass and not the other? And I don't think the end it goes to show you right. Is that should we be causing people? Okay, we're done. We're done with you because you're toxic. Which is indeed part of the cancel culture. You know, you do something. You say something wasn't wrong. Yeah, There's a there's a price to be paid, but I do think it's interesting that one person pays the price. And someone else commits the same act. And there's no price to be paid Other than he's embarrassed in the apologizes, it won't happen again. By the way, I will turn back and go with the PGA of America just pulled their tournament. From Bedminster Trump's golf course for 2022. Because and I read the quote again. It's in the PGA has been left in a political situation out of our making, noting it's important to protect its members, the game, its mission and its brand. Can't the same. Ideology and phrasing be used to describe with what happened with Justin Thomas. One could say absolutely. Why is the brand being tarnished? With the Trump thing, and it's not being tired, Justin Thomas, or if you compare it to Tom Brennan. I think it's just that I think we were so consumers so many other things. No one is really paying attention. So if you're gonna do something, let's make sure you do it when there's a whole bunch of other crap that's coming down The hill. Scott Sloan show 700 W 700 wlw.

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"justin thomas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"justin thomas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Traffic. Welcome back. Sports Time. Jason Dickhead Clement Speedo returns on Monday. What's happening in the Gulf today? And let's see what's going on. Uh, Harris, English is about to tee off. Ease it minus eight. Let me get it for you. Justin Thomas, overnight leader, right? Beautiful Kapalua, the first tournament of the year overhead. Why it was on it was on last night, John Con a con crack. I think that Chorak contract he's currently the leader minus nine. Webby Simpson isn't minus eight. Harris. English Isn't mine is saying about your guy. Certainly all Yeah. Garcia. He's yet to tee off. And he is it's still a six under par. He lost. Scotty Shepherd is having a good day. Scotty chef. There's also a 600 part three under for the day. He's on the golf course. John Graham with new clubs. You see that John Graham signed a new deal with Calloway. He dumped Tater made which is dangerous to me. After you have success with certain club, he's got all new Calloway equipment. Peter Millar shirts and no. Is it Peter Miller or Travis. What's his name shirt? So he's got a whole new deal. But you know what happened? I also play Callaway clubs. So I assumed John Ryan, you're about to your games, but really about to take off early. You know what I got going, and for the first time in my guess I've been playing golf 25 years. My first pair of golf shoes arrived yesterday. I always just playing tennis shoes. I have golf shoes that that I wear tomorrow. Really? You're kidding me. You never had a pair of golf for the longest time and I were ah, were 15 And so it's hard. It's hard to find them in G d monster size as we like to say. And so, Yeah, I could never really find a pair that I liked. And yesterday this week, finally on Amazon, I was like, all right, Give me these ugly ideas, Golf shoes, so I'll be wearing well color light. Good. Good. Yeah, Let's say they're making up. I'm where I'm still wearing. I've got foot Joy's these kind of tennis. You like deal, but I can wear them out there. They're the most comfortable shoes. I'm so old. The great Oh, Golf shoes were heavy. Oh, my God, where they have him and just no good, But these newfangled golf of shoes are really, really, really, really good. Coke crack Is that guy named Jason Cook COKE crack? I believe something like that. That's concludes our golf, fashion talks. Golf today. 83605 nineties, the phone number and Lakeway. It's John on Caleb E. J. What's up, John? Don't say you're old because then that means I'm old. I'm 47. I don't know how old you are, buddy, but I'm 40 seconds older than that. But anyway, with all the discussion with Longhorn quarterback position, think a lot of people have forgotten about Rochon Johnson came here. As a quarterback. Yeah, he didn't put him back in the mix. Because I've talked to a lot of people down in mid county in Jefferson County, and they said, this guy's really an athlete, and I think he's in the wrong position that running back put him back to the quarterback position. Let him compete with Casey. I have never seen him be a quarterback. I'll be honest. I don't remember ever seeing in being a quarterback, You know, that's always been kind of a perplexing thing to me. I guess it was the two seasons ago when we had so many injuries that the running back position that he was a freshman and the they moved him over to to running back that, he said he'd never played running back came to Texas as a quarterback. On guy. Can you believe I mean off the top of my head? I can't picture him throwing a pass. We never did a halfback pass. Any sort of, you know, took advantage of his ability to throw the ball. I feel like that ship must have sailed. If he is not, you know, they have at least two worked his way back toward that room. But I don't know. I think so, too. I don't think he's gonna go back to quarterback dizzy. He is a very good running back who has been overshadowed in the last few games by be John Robinson. But you can't say OK, go back to quarterback because, uh, crowded over there Right now. It's crowded in the quarterback room, but not so crowded. Still in the running back room, you've got the running back coming in. From Hal. It's Ville who's really, really good. Brooks is his last name who look good on the state championship game, but he's only a freshman, but he looked good. So I think I think Coach Sark my man. Steve is gonna have a Bushel basket full of really, really fine athletes to go to that. Really do, uh, By the way, Let me spell this out real quick. Look this up Texas Average 474 you 4 75. Her game last year. Last season. 4 75, and they had 52 offense have touchdowns in 10 games offensive was not bad last year. It was bad at some points in time during game but overall wasn't bad. I You get you get a question that no. And look at the well, look, It's fine. I think those numbers. You got a four overtime. Oh, Oklahoma game in there. So that's basically like two extra quarters that you get. Um I don't know what else. The Texas Tech game is kind of silly. There was some games where I'm just like, really. This is what we're gonna we're gonna put 27 points up in this game. The way college football is now. On by the look, Sam just was he did not take that next step that I was hoping that he would take Esso. I'm not. It was not a bad offensive season for the horns. And obviously Yeah, Mike, you're such gets his itself. Another big job. They're fine. They're fine it. How about that? Okay. All right. I'll take that. Would you Grade Jim Harbaugh's performance as fine asses? Oh, that's not the word I'd use. I'm pretty sure you you more than me. We're pretty positive. He was going to be fired. He was going to be dismissed from his alma mater, Michigan, has agreed to a five year extension with Jim Harbaugh. He's taking a pay cut. He has a lower base salary, but has a lot of performance incentives..

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