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Phil Mickelson defies age to win PGA Championship

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00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Phil Mickelson defies age to win PGA Championship

"Mickelson six time major champion. What the hell. He's a sociopath. I watched that. I watched that masters bag thing and it was one of those jarring things. I think you've ever seen he said he took. I forget what he takes out. Like a sand wedge. You never have to hit a full sand wedge or something at augusta so he took that out of the bag and adds. That's where he does the extra driver or whatever to would he wants to put in the bag or whatever but Yeah holy shit man. I'm still getting hotter. How about the putter this week. Like like keith. Mitchell had agreed tweet. He's like everybody everybody's talking about armlock in forty eight inch driver. Host swing mo all these different all these different things. He's just using a piece of like titanium or whatever yeah it's so crazy ultimate flex. It is switching to claw on the seventy first hall for like for putt. That absolutely needed to go in was one man is capable of doing that. Just sneaking that in there

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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05:49 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Iron in that's different than saying i've wedge in because a seven hundred dollar rough is going to be very to hold but i could in theory hold a five or another fairway that makes sense. It makes it makes sense and your in your perfectly correct but my my thing is if you look at the longest par force like if you look at oakmont when it was playing like wet and stuff in guys were you know. They couldn't get it to the fairway. They couldn't get out of the rough no matter what they're still driver every hole because you're never gonna give up that chance because my point is gaza the pga tour. They hit their driver equally. Straight is a three hundred five one. I just maybe it's one percent two percent like it's it's not that big of a difference. The only reason you're hitting those other clubs is to set yourself up for a different shot. Which has everything to do with golf. Course architecture hilton head bay hill. All these places so to answer your question. I know what you're saying. But guys on the pga tour are still gonna hit driver because if they do it in the fairway and when they're playing well they will. They're going to have less club. Yup i think i'd be totally cool with that. If the you know there was a very clear a more clear punishment for being in the fairway and rough right hate the fairways at two eighty and then you start going net naked woman. Then you put trees up you build a rough up. That's how you fix the problem without changing the equipment. I've said that since day one. The architecture stop if you move the tease back. We're gonna hit more jobs. You move the tees up and you make the fairways tighter you cut. I mean look at pine valley. There's fairways at stop at to eighty like you. I don't have the option to hit driver period. You look at hilton head. And there's point holes that i lived like what's at number thirteen i have. I have to see a map on that one. But there's no way. I could hit driver within ten yards with the green and hit four every time every time. There's not a player on tour that hits driver that green why because the the risk further award is not great enough and that's simply because of the architecture not because of the equipment or anything like we can all straighten far. I'm not saying we're going to get to the point where it's good but you can his there's frigging railroad. Ties rounded is a bunker. There's trees overhanging everything. It doesn't matter you're not gonna hit driver. I'm way down. If the arguments more of you know certain sides of holes certain angles spa blah blah do to contours. Are you know really forcing your hand. Make decisions i can buy that more than just growing rough up. Just 'cause i think rough can have opposite effects. You know again. It's it's none of these things on their own. Make sense right. It's like the only thing that makes sense is making it. Different for us is all i agree. I if you do it through the like if there's if we fifty events a year you have fifty golf courses. you're probably gonna go to. You can cut fairways there. You make them tighter. Make them this you narrow in whatever like i don't i further game of golf itself. It's not. I don't think it's hurting hurtful to bring it back but it also don't think is making it better. I think it depends on how you define better. Yeah i think you'd better for for you. Watch the pga tour on tv. You the viewer. Yeah yeah yeah but for the grand scheme of things like you have a friend really pissed because gaza wedges and his barbas. Well you know like they could plant a free country in the middle of the fairway somewhere for guys do that. And the problem's gone. It's gone yeah. I i'm not saying it's right. I'm not saying it's the fix. I'm just saying like we have this massive conversation about rolling the ball. It's like rolling. The ball back is the most uneducated way to say. You don't like not you. The person doesn't like guys hitting it far on tv. Not i wouldn't. Of course. I am sumitomo that as literal as it would it would be a. It's not that we don't like seeing guys hit far it just. We would rather that be a more difficult task. Yes and more clubs less. Forgive if i don't make it shorter. Make them less. If there's eight home runs in an inning that is not as cool as one huge timely home run with the prop with different equipment. Set in that. Yeah in the if you gave them. Aluminum bats bombing them out park. That would stop an interesting. I'm saying don't make shorter. I'm saying make them less forgiving because it becomes more of a skilled hit it for then. It just does brute strength. we agree to disagree. We agree all right. I've taken a lot of your time. But i have to ask about crunchy pete covered any of that. You gotta you gotta tell us about your caddy. When we played i was i was surprised how i don't want to say how normal he was but he was is just a tremendous delight of guy. I feel like somebody with the nickname. Crunchy pete i thought he was going to be way more eccentric. I know you've got to. I'm sure some eccentric story. Oh yeah. I mean his he. That's what makes him so great as you can stick him in any room and he's gonna excel. Yes he's he can talk to anybody kind he's you know he's fairy like the probably one of the most common sense smart people i know just because of like his his his lifestyle like it's just it's very just everything so simple like i'm the person that's going to over think everything three times and he's just gonna be like man just hit it right here like Well duh think we'll because you thought about everything else. I so that's what makes pete grade is. He's very personable. He's he can relate to anyone and his he's experienced more in his life than most people will experience in ten.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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05:26 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Would the reasoning be in this chooser adventure to be like you know what we should go sixty yards backwards and hit balls and clubs that go way further right. It's going to end up. Let's say it ends up in the same around the same area that the you know we had to move a road and we had you know so inside to spend a million dollars to do this and go backwards. It's gonna add time to the route just to cover the same distance you know but with you know from a different spot. Now do that on repeat in a lot of locations all around the world. What what would reason for choosing that. That's where the toothpaste in the tube. Argument is is the best i think like. That's not the current situation. But you wouldn't end up the way we currently are the people that treat it the status quo as just being like where things should be where i have the biggest issue one. Why should go further. Let's let's let's build more teeth for the senate right. And that's that's my point is like when they. It was a double edged sword when we the equipment became easier to hit in more forgiving and with launch farther. And you had track man and people start getting really really far when people started moving back in moving roads is when a put more emphasis on it. It reward the skill more. But it also made golf a little bit less driver wedge rights of dame but my point is it. I understand where you're coming from driver. Wet your biggest argument is you. Don't want driver wedge. You wanna see guys you know. Hit other shots and hit this and blah blah blah and. that's fine. I get that you can do that. With golf course architecture. It's boring to watch guys. Hit three woods and irons off the tee as a fan. They wanna see you hit drivers. You are not the typical got we okay. You are these super like one. You're the us of golf. Is you the golf fan right. The average goffin loves people have bombing drivers over trees in over water in this. And that's a great point. Okay so what you so you so then if you use my argument of architecture against your argument driver wedge within then boring right so then you go. You're back to square one like you can play hilton head to make the greens of fifteen and got in the rough really really high so if guys have a wedge other it's you know they would rather have an eight iron for the fairway while mark bodine is strokes. Game whatever you don't account for four inch rough in greenville and fifteen and greece on the front edge pencil on the front edge. Yeah i think where that gets. Messy is where you end up somewhere like winged foot and i know wingfield was long not short. But it's like it's really narrow. Doesn't everyone's going to be in the rough well. Forget bryson's nine-iron is the same length of a six iron and the longer the shaft the faster you can swing it. So he swing is not on way fastener by swinging their nine iron so therefore he can hit his way farther out of the rough. Imagine having a four iron with a nine degree law from. You're gonna hit it a lot lot going to come way better out of routes. I hadn't thought about speed. Yeah it's a lot easier. It's so much easier for him to hit it out of the rough like that like you. You put a four on with the lob wedge lobbies linked. It's it's like do anything you know. It's vice versa. I think that conditions are one one. You look at bay hill if you look at two weeks ago This past bay hill. And you look at the weekend. The average scores seventy seven bay hills. Not long no. It's not long conditions. Win hands down on score and if you could reliably. You can't depend on everywhere. We wouldn't need the conversation ski. A driver would be a money. We would spend in conditioning for courses would be way more absurd than realistic just three. You can't make you know. I always say him a golf course in detroit and it's in spring be run. Play fast and firm or something like that. It's not easy but that's where it's like british open. It's almost never a driving contest. Because you're trying to get the ball to stop off the tee and again you're probably a great point of like you. I'm not the normal gulf. And that. But i love watching t. shots in the british open because i'm just like a creative. Is it gonna roll into the pot bunker or is is that in that is so we're a lot of common ground and i find that discussion fascinating with somebody who is living it on on the tour in into close. This conversation up is moving. The tease back isn't the answer. Because you're just playing more to it and then moving in you know it's expensive to right and then also rolling the ball back isn't the answer and then also making clubs less forgiving isn't the you have to find common ground in all three of these things because like i said the best part is what we're gonna be best buys world and that's what we're trying to. That's what we're trying to do as a game will then. It's not broken right. It's more for the cl- the your local golf club and figuring out what they want do which i don't think they should care because you know ninety five percents of members it doesn't affect to. It's what's the most enjoyable product that we have on. Tv that is hitting drivers for ninety five percent of people. I know that pain you to say yeah. Why does what is the media all. They talk.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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06:35 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"At how phil mickelson swing. Is he still misses a lot of fairways. So it's not perfect that bryce still hits it everywhere right. But the level of dispersion is getting less and less and less and less and less and less and we're gonna eventually all being forty eight inch shafts. Promise you in four years. We're all going to be forty. And shaft shaft. companies are going to figure out a way to make forty eight shafts. Be just as forgiving. His forty five or if they're not just forgiving. You're gaining more distant. The data's going to tell us that you know hitting we're going to go in that way and we're gonna have the same conversation every year because if you talk to the guy in nineteen twenty year old tom morris whatever and they're like all that guy nineteen fifty hits way too far what we're having the same conversation. 'cause everybody in their generation wants it to stay the same in their generation period right so it's always the next generations that pushes the envelope and makes it different. So i'm not saying we go back in time. I don't wanna go backwards you can. You can change it by making it more. Skill based than it is simply brute strength and that's not by making. The ball goes shorter. It's making more difficult to keep it straight and keeping the fairway and stuff like that agree. I would say for the most part. Yeah yeah no. That's i i wanna know. What what about that you know. I i think. I think what you said there. I agree with that it just making go. Shorter does not does not like addressed the issue. No i think it's a common misconception about the whole issue. it's not like twenty percent rollback. I one don't ones arguing. twenty percent. Ten percent would be enormous. Ten percent would be too much. I think in my mind of just a rollback. And that's a separate conversation of just making the ball go. Shortages along are going to have long or short short. Didn't do any difference. I guess one of many points have on. This is like what it just doesn't make sense to stretch the scale of golf any further than it already is like. It doesn't make sense to go further back. And if you don't go further back it's still going to be driver wedge which i think is that interesting right. If we're shrinking the scale one by either making the ball go less distance or to addressing it by making harder control smaller driver heads more risk in it going far to the point where i can get excited. If roy hits a drive over the corner has wedge earned earned it before yeah. I am amazed by three thirty drives in the fairway anymore. If you follow shot link and you. There's always pair three bombers together. They all three cut the corner that becomes pretty dull pretty quickly and i think one of the best arguments against any kind of equipment change or anything like getting the toothpaste back in the tube is very difficult and it's gone on for a long enough time that like it's going to be hard to change. I think honestly a great argument. I'm not like rolling my eyes at that at all. I think it's like yeah. That probably makes a lot of sense. The best thing you said was okay. Fine we're not gonna. We're not rolling back. We're not keeping it where it is. We're going to keep progressing forward. We're going to progress forward until we literally run out of options. And i promise you at this world and this technology amount of money you can make on stuff. You're never gonna stop that. So if you look at the we talked about it right is like the percentage of increase every year for however many years. Well it started going way up when track man came out right there was a little blip there in that guys are hitting it farther when you could use track and I think it's leveled off in the past. You know a little bit because now it's own the player not the equipment will. It's it's it's kind of self selecting right. And i'm not not this literally very general area generals thing you know it it it makes sense but like it's everyone has this information and it's kind of everyone on that same. I think a totally different ball and driver head. Combo could make the stuff way more interesting it. Wouldn't you made a great point about give me twenty minutes on the range and i'll get the shaft. I'll get the launch angle. I'll get all that figured out in in whatever equipment you put you put. I haven't really thought of it that way. In terms of because of the information we had around in the technology we have clubs. And if you if you compared to other sports right think about. We talked about tennis right. Didn't you say they roll the ball back in tennis. I don't. i'm not a tennis person. But there's something they've done. I believe that you can correct me. If i'm wrong to control the the ball the ball speed or something like that because a game they standardized all or something about like john is ner like six ten and he has the best serve in ever will. He's only on. he's i mean. I don't know if he's one of a major but he's you know he was a top two important world because of his serve right. That's like guys are topped in the world because only drive. It's the same comparison if you look at tennis back in the old days and everybody's running around and go on the volume would rackets. Whatever those strings were like. It was not fast. It was finesse even hockey. Everybody's big fast wrong and smashed against the wall. There's no financers passing issues. Brute strength in that is every sports going that way basketball. If you're not really really tall and can jump really high. Your there's some there's very few guys that are the ball skill guys anymore. Well i think you're onto something with tennis stuff until you got to like. I see your point on hockey basketball baseball to the amount of information. That's out there. Nothing but those things are not equipment related nearly to the point that golf the discussion. Yeah golf antennas. As well in terms of like this is a little bit. Not as extreme. But like i if if the let's just say the tennis ball goes thirty percent faster than it currently does whatever you gotta do to make that happen. Yeah the scale of which you're playing on tennis court probably doesn't make sense anymore. Does it correct. That's where i'm at with golf. I'm like if you where do we stop the stuff. Yeah where do we put. Where do we put the emphasis on the player and not the equipment. Yes i'm in for that. Yeah i'm in. I'm in for putting all the emphasis on the player in his talents. In what in his expertise with dot club in that ball more so the easier equipment is more. Forgiving is the more that we're gonna hit it. Farther is my point. I can swing as hard as i want now. In the chance of being on the fairway are a lot higher. Yeah so again like a different point on this. Treat this like a choose your own adventure book okay. You are a pga tour pro walking off a green in one thousand nine hundred ninety five right onto the next tee box and you know you have your equipment there..

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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05:49 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Maybe but like if i knew that this term was here in the middle of the offseason no chance right like no because in. It's not because of the money. It has nothing. The money has everything to do with performing your best. Yes it's hard to turn down the money but eventually you become numb to it because chasing the money you'll never make it. You're only trying to perform your best in order to perform your bass. You oftentimes have to take weeks off what you're passing up opportunities that the answer. I was looking for right there. Of like 'cause i always i'm amazed at the dudes that have made forty to fifty million dollars out on tour. That will when there's a weird tournament that's putting up of ton of money to go play. They'll still go play it right once. You've already made a ton of money. Then i i don't know i guess i'm surprised how often money is a motivating factor so it's refreshing. To hear you say that that that's like a byproduct of the gulf more than it is like you're playing for. Yeah i mean it's it's you're rewarded for indefinitely. They're like of course who doesn't want to have all the stuff like that's that's the united states in a whole like right right. I was curious if that answer would change if it was a three million dollars for seven million. Oh yeah i'm not gonna make you're going to make the most money simply by performing your best in so whenever you do to perform your best. That is what will determine how much money you make. And sometimes if that money things starts trying to tell your scales a little bit you have to remember that the performance is way more important in the more you perform the more money you make so when you win the honda and twenty nineteen. If i were if i was to ask you to rank how these things shake out the biggest priorities that come with winning a tournament even masters exemption you have two years of job security you have one point whatever million dollars that is and you get like category of times. Basically kind of what. I'm guessing that's not leading the cat. But that's the those are some of the things that come with a win. Correct to your job to your job. No doubt well so if you like. Let's let's just say those four things like you have to power rank them one. That's one which is now. this is remember. I'm i've only been on tour for like of course sixteen months right like i. I'm fighting for my job every week that week. Right that's now win number four or five or seven for is it our top fifteen world. I'm it's completely different. But for me in that moment keith mitchell one job security to definitely be the money three would be the masters in four would be the t- times in the reason. The only reason. I said three the masters. The money is in that moment when i won. You feel like you're going to play the masters every year. The rest your life like if i never play another master's again which i hope to god does not the case. I will change that answer with you on the show and you'll hear it but like that's that was in that moment in time right and so that that's kind of where i stand is like you as a professional golfer. You your dream always playing the masters right once you plant it once. Okay now i to win right. Yeah so okay so i've never asked this question. I kinda came up with it. And i actually. I love the question. It's completely hypothetical of course and not realistic. But how much would you pay in cash. four a master. This is all about money. This conversation's mellow is trying to get to. How rank all this how. It works for professional. But how much would you pay for a masters exemption if you could buy your way in both that'd be worth to you. It's like me right now. Like you can play in the two thousand twenty one masters. I mean if. I said it was it would cost you two hundred grand would you. Would you do it no. I would do it on the on the monday of if i hadn't got into all right. Okay let's go. we're monday. Monday of masters you're not in not in the cell. You know no no. I don't know. I i honestly. I don't think i could now that i'm thinking about. I don't think i could do it like i. Just i just feel dirty. Well yeah quest question. I'll do it for idea for a hundred grand. That's obvious that actually was like hey like you're listening to this like do that. Course it's not an actual. That's what they call hypothetical. But like that's i think that's an interesting question of gwen in such a personal like worse is individual not personal individual question because tigers in the master's arrest live. Why would pay zero dollars. You know a guy that's never in the masters and you know this is your chance. And he has no money. he can't afford it. I dunno dollar billion. who knows. it's it's very terrible question. That's a great question asked to everyone. Should use it asset to everyone just so you can get good responses because i know that this is what it's about but as somebody you're asking to let's look guys drinking out of my master's service like cheating Well let's go to you winning. We're not about the money that comes with the un honda. because i've been beating you with money. jets besides that. Maybe a bit too much. But it's interesting. I think if somebody was to meet you or would if they had opportunities sit down and ask. Pg players questions that would be along the line. what. I don't disagree okay. I'm giving you a hard all right. So i want to go to the honda. You've not one Your what was your most recent win. Prior to that. I think it was a jeep pro when.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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06:34 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Answer your question in a very long complicated way. Yes you can tell when somebody has talent but that does not mean. They're gonna play on tour because there's so many things that goes into the lifestyle the travel you know getting your head kicked in so many times missing the cut in wichita kansas or are in buenos aires right like those are things that you can't predict like in the nba. You have your circumstances. Here's your team. Here's your coaches. The gyms the same everything the same guys over europe and they play. That's like megan. The latin tour those those are the guys that are. It's hard for them to make the speech. The justin thomas's those guys are on a fast track to the tour. You knew they were good but they were good at every level me in some other guys on tour. We might have the talent but they just blossom later. I think it an underrated part of professional golf. Is you touched on it. They're getting your teeth. Kicked in in wichita as the volume of shots. You gotta put up before like you succeed right. Nobody just goes right out and makes every cut on the korn ferry tour. You gotta go. Every week is not life or death right. It is about throwing thirty starts out there in succeeding in twelve of them even though it feels like everyone's life or death so this is a bad. You know correlation whenever i. It bothers me when people you know get on. Let's say like like a tony. Romo or a steph curry or whatever. They're playing in a pro event and like taking the round of golf. They just played as a representation of their ability right. And it's like no like it would take twenty starts on a tour before you really understood the potential of steph curry's game right or someone like romo and it's like that in in pro golf as well if it's not make you missed what three or four cuts before you won the honda or something like that like. It's not a week to week. You have to be great every week. It's like how good can you be out of this volume of opportunities. I mean that's perfectly said and then the other the you know a lot of my probably my least favorite thing that anyone that has anything to do with professional golf says is it only takes one week like all it takes is one good week like. Oh yeah keith. Had one good week at the honda and he's planning all the majors and wbz's june. How many freaking weeks. It took to have one good week. It took like five years of good weeks to build the confidence to do that. Yes on paper on results. All man all it takes is one good week like you're not wrong. In the surface level rate result oriented world that we live in right. Everybody can log on to and see what. I shot the last week right. Well what is something. I click that week on the back. Nine when i missed the cut and it felt good and i was going had a great off week accident and i went and one. Is it one good week. No it had everything to do with before that. Take this you know for a very surface level comment but to me. It's it seems almost. I don't know how you define harder. In this scenario. It's harder to get to where you are than it is to succeed where you currently are. Does that make sense. Yeah i mean yes. I don't have a phrase that i know what you're saying is is very hard to get where we are. But it's i mean. I honestly personally. You know twenty twenty. After the pandemic we went back. I didn't play very well right just and my thing is like for me. It's so hard to maintain that same thing. Yes it's it's easier on tour because you have a one hundred twenty five guys. Keep their job. You know the the land tour sixty the korn-ferry's seventy or seventy five and even to move up. You have to be top ten twenty five well on tour yeah. It's easier maintain that because you have more flexibility. It's easier finished in top one. Twenty five in his defense on the twenty five right but to play where everyone that's on the pga tour wants to play which is all majors. All the wdc's the tour championship. You know trying to win the fedex cup all that like you have to finish in the top twenty five every year on the tour that is. That's hard i mean. I'm sorry that's hard as a lot harder. I'm not saying it's harder than getting to the tour. But i'm saying it's that whole separate like there's that next line that next you know real thin line between finishing fiftieth and twenty fifth and trust me. You're sponsors no when you don't your performance based stuff knows you know your fedex. Everything knows like yeah. We played a lot of money. But there's like the difference in the guys that are fishing top ten in the world and the gaza finishing top hundred in the world. I mean it's it's tenfold Do you ever think. Back to like latino america days and you know you've been what you've been on the tore Pj tours since the fall. Twenty seventeen correct. Yes so do you ever think you know. I'm sure when you're latino america you're you look up at like one week on the pga tour. Be like the greatest week of your life. And now that's your week every week. Now that's your. That's your new reality. how do you. What is that transition like every day being what. What a lot of golfers many golfers in the world dream of is now your reality. How do you cope with that day today. Well i mean going back to the first conversation we had. I remember hopping on my first private plane with jordan speed flying between the playoff events. And i felt the same way. Like holy cow. This is this is it will whatever like when you play on tour and you. Your first event are qualified in the vowel. Spar whiles on the web and finish eleventh. That was that was my holy cow. How much money did you give her. That more than i made my entire career in one day for four days. Whatever but all it takes is one week one new year. You're right. It's like if i go back to the feeling that i had at that house and had that every single week i mean it just. It's insane it is so amazing like but you can't channel that every week because like what becomes habit or what becomes you know what is a luxury eventually becomes a habit if you do it constantly like i mean you ask. Charles how who's are stewart. Cink like i'm winning. Winning doesn't change. I've only won once. So i don't know but i'm i'm psyching myself. Winning doesn't change. It's always gonna feel that good. Tiger tiger feels that way after his first win for eighty of than yeah baby was rock and roll. But i i. Can't i don't know but in terms of.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

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05:31 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Just need to make party and that was on my face. Turn white right. I thought i was already. You know crushed. I was extra christ and then rico. Rules official walks in. I've guy a heart his heart ask i'll he's always tough and he walks in there takes off and gives me a hug and i think he's gonna cry and i'm like what is going on right now. Then royce the migos. Hey man we gotta do your interview do you. Don't you can say no. You don't have to do anything if you don't have to like just like no. I'm going to get out in front of this right now. Because if i hold us in i'm toast so i went into the interview for rakowski. Whatever go to cleveland the next week. So i end up finishing twenty six. Obviously don't get my tour card and go to cleveland the next columbus the next week. And it's like. I'm possessed with this person that is so determined to get us to record that. Nothing's gonna stop me and it was the best we could have played and you want a finished six and that was pretty good but that was good enough to get my car soon as you finished. Sixty is like we're good. Yeah you got your car. Congrats like you know long story short. It didn't end up being enough. Because of all the withdrawals and the hurricane that came through. And i finished sixth. In cleveland too so i was just i just kept rolling but at the time in history i was in so that was that it is like this chain of events. I've had the you know the waking up thing been orland thing where you get bad information you know. It's like golf already has enough variables that when you throw in the stuff off the course i mean it's like what are we. What are we doing like i've been. I've talked michael phelps a little about swimming and it's like the same. The same poll saving monterey same strokes him everything and he can like calculated down to everything he needs to do. I was like dude. that's impossible. it's impossible. It's so hard in finding a way to not let any of that stuff bother you only make you better is like is a mind game that you know. Maybe gandhi could figure out a tiger. Did for a little bit but as it. Golly man that was a wild ride i was my lazy interpretations. Yeah there's a lot of pro golfers out there that you've got to be better that you know better than than that kind of illustrates it better than than anything. It's like do used i guess. Do you still feel and we're going to build up to the pga tour. Do you still feel like a thin line. Between like where you are and like the petite the pga tour latino america. No not even close. You're not that much better or you just are did level of of other golfers. Like i'm comparing myself to only latino gaza. When i'm on the latino tour i'm comparing myself. Only the korn ferry is. I'm on the corner. And comparing myself only the pga tour guys and then after you win and you're in the wd season in the majors. You're comparing yourself. Only to the guys in those tours. That is the difference. And it's not that there's a thin line. There's a thin line between every single step. Okay there's a thin line between keeping your card and lose your car in land tour. Then there's a thin line between getting through the land tour then. There's a thin line of getting on the web in finland. There's like thirty thin lines from college to winning. Pga tour right so yeah. It's very easy to say. There's a thin line. But dustin johnson stan line is being first in the world and ten in the world. He's never go back down. You know always you know what's the difference between you and when you're on la- level of person talent golf whatever you want to say so for me when i made it all the way up and i you know starting to play in the wgc's and plan all four majors my second year on tour. You know all this stuff your expectations. Just go through the roof right. You're comparing yourself to the guys that were in the field at the honda. The honda we beat ricky and brooks but the only reason ricky and brooks were there because they were like one in five in the world right. Now i'm planning is one two three four five six seven eight nine ten and trying to beat those guys constantly. You might be able to do it once here and there but to be able to do it over and over and over and over and over again and stay top. Ten top twenty five in the world. It's completely different ballgame. So yes align stint between top twenty five and top fifty fifty one hundred all the way back down till you go to latin tour but staying that consistency between those two is the art of golf Yeah it seems to be. I remember kept saying this when he was either a rookie or just coming over from the european tour or whatever when he he's saying you know when my is used to be around the cut line and i would be the cut line is then kind of change to top twenty five and i'd be around twenty five and then it was like hey if i'm finishing top ten is good. We're gonna be around top ten until you get to the point where you are picturing yourself winning. I think that's kind of what you're saying on a different a different scale he's talking about. Pga tour finishes but like. Hey no not only am. I better than all of these people i need. I need to go beat these guys. That is my goal. That is the the care at the end of this rope. Its it's stepping stones. When i got my latin america to record it was my first step up and so that was like wow. I wanna make another step. You know keeping my car tours. The next step and get on the web tours the next step. You can't sit there on the latin tour in argentina and think the next step is the pga tour like right. Yeah you have.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Of the week. And that's the difference between ninth and eighth that might be more than fifteen thousand dollars or whatever that number is it's like it makes sense. It doesn't make sense to do every week. I don't think but there's certain scenarios and there's value in and you can correct me. If i'm wrong here i wouldn't say you yet have the money in the world that you don't think about money right so but the guys that have all the money in the world value their time right. It's there's no reason not to. If you're tiger phil aurora or dust and it's just it's it's like it would be the same value in terms of my bank. Hauser's is me flying commercial like it's the same percentage your work so why not right in. But at the same time for me if i'm going between san diego and phoenix and there's a southwest flight or a delta flight every hour on the hour and its direct from the two. I'm saving thirty minutes on each side from checking in baggage claim. And i'm paying you know not flight. Who knows maybe ten times more. You know it's not worth it you know but hopefully you get to the point where you can do that but even then i'm afraid like someone told me i'm not gonna say their name but it is never get comfortable doing something that you can't do forever okay. I like that. I make sense. So like if i start flying if i have a great year two thousand nineteen had a great year and i could have flown every tournament. It would have made a difference right. Well if i have a badger in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two and i'm flying the same amount and then all of a sudden i'm like hold on. I got back this down. Like i haven't been playing whatever you never want to be able to do something that you can't do forever because if you get used to it it doesn't become a luxury anymore right. It becomes habitual and flying. Private is a habit. You damn sure there'd be overdo it every day play better play play better but even then like it's just that's what a lot of other guys tell me like the guys especially the lived around the atlanta area there like yeah i mean looking back and you spend a couple of million dollars in private. You know you can't you don't have anything to show for it. I mean you do but you don't right. He's like. I mean i could have gotten first class to get out of atlanta and you know saved this and that here and they're direct flight. It's something that's also impossible to put a finger on you can justify both ways. It's just it's a feel thing. I guess right and i think i think i probably not a lot of listeners to this show but a lot of golf fans assume everyone's flying private everywhere which is most definitely not the case. I remember we had a player. Stay at our house Like eight years ago at the memorial. And i pick them up the airport. And he was hand lugging his suitcase for three weeks and his golf travel bag. With a million pairs of shoes racking up the over g. i just didn't picture that and then the reality kind of set in like you guys are on your own for so much stuff like you don't have someone there assisting you with all the little inconveniences of life and there's a lot of stress that comes with travel especially when you do it every single week so i think understanding travel and golf is an interesting thing. It's not like the tour doesn't charter You know a normal circumstances isn't chartering planes between stops. You don't have a team that you're traveling with in terms of like basketball or baseball or something like that. And it's something that i it wears on you of the course of entire season when you're traveling for thirty weeks a year. It definitely does now. I think it's fun to think that everybody has a g five like tiger. I mean yeah. When i was in high school college. Whatever else like men. How cool would it be to fly on tour and fly around and gulfstream. That'd be sweet right but at the same time it's it's it's definitely there people definitely do do it. But it's not it's your like you said it's not everywhere and when it's convenient and win you know you've been successful enough that you know you don't feel like you're spending an arm and leg do it. Then then we do it. And that's so back to the original question of do i find another. I would say a fourth of fourth of the time and it's usually flying home when it saves me a legitimately twenty four hours. I could not fly back till monday. Right and i can be home at six on sunday and then go out to wherever it to eat or come home then. Yeah i'll do it but when we're flying from home to somewhere when you have no time constraints and this and that it's very it's very rare that makes them a lot of sense in. Yeah that was be understand. Seattle and a lot honestly it took twelve minutes to get it all out place in the world of travel out. If you have one ten times so you say we play the pro weeks go like yeah davis and some of the dudes here. They're flying out of this very low. The local one very frequently. And it's quite legitimately five minutes from their door to being wheels up. We so davis. And i are actually going on a fishing trip and actually leaving friday so leaving it three days and our flight takes off at ten thirty. I will leave my house at ten. Twenty and i will be early. That's sauce and right now flying internationally or flying. Wherever it's it's it's so like cancellations this and that layovers like you know you sometimes you don't want to sat in and not that we want to see there. We're just that's a perfect example on friday you can. I'll time it. And i'll tell you when i walked out of my door and when i got on the plane and i'll tell you exactly how long longer than we've gone on this top yet away. What do you. Where do you play when you when you're playing here is it. This is what i picture to be the place to get really good games. Just you know the crew that you guys have here the amount the options you have to play here. What's what's the what's that landscape. Look like what we have. We have fredrika which has which is a great practice facility but very wide open. You know doesn't test your ball striking that much but you know fun place to go out and mess around ocean forest which is the opposite You know a a proximity. That is doable. Like it's you can hit balls and chip bought. It's it's fine. It's nothing spectacular but it's absolutely complementary and golf course is absolutely a major championship buffers it is so hard as long it's tight it's tough around the greens demanding on every part of your game. And then you have Little local place Seat bombs has a rob collins design. Who you know as we all know on here is sweden's gov designed Short game area. That is not really short game. 'cause it's two hundred something yards long and about sixty or seventy yards wide and it is. I've taken to a pros down here. And they'll say it is top five in the world short game it is in. This is compared to the other place we have down here. Then you have sea island who has potentially one of the best They call it the golf performance center. Which is you know like eight hitting bays full club fitting room club repair room a gym putting studio everything you could ever imagine on almost a three hundred sixty degree range so you can hit anyone and then they have a separate area that just has to oppose loud ahead on the back there with three golf courses two of which we planned a tour event and the other one we play when the other ones are busy so i mean to me i sit back and it's like if you can't get better here it's your own fault attack now. You've you've made the sale kind of like what real estate prices like up here know that is a. That's a very very compelling case. And i kind of wanted to you know talk to you about i. Guess kind of for the listeners. That aren't familiar with what your path to being on the pga tour has been. You know you were at the university of georgia. You played latinoamerica. Web dot com can kind of take us through that time line and then i wanna talk about how how that changes life and your career.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:45 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Golf dot com at our favorite range finder d. bag forty dollars off swing with confidence hit more greens with precision pro. Golf let's get keith mitchell so explain to me. I've been up here several times. i like it. Golf is great. Lot of tour. Pros is what how many how many tour pros live here. And why do tour pros won. Eleven sea island on the pga tour. It's a dozen. At least you know it goes back and forth between ten to fourteen depending on the year. Just guys that have their card. And that doesn't count guys on the korn ferry tour or mini tours or latin tour canada. It's really amazing. How many guys live in such a small town. It's not scottsdale where it's actually a subsidiary phoenix. It's huge right and jupiter's yacht west palm at miami south lauderdale everything right in. It's it's really cool because the center of all of our friends down here are usually on our same schedule. And that's what makes the island awesome. Is that when. It's a random tuesday in june. You know we you know. It's not like all my buddies are at work and they come home from nine five. And i'm by myself with a golf course and you don't find that really in scottsdale deeper but in the other town. You know even jacksonville been any other town where there's not that many golfers it's really hard as a professional to find the balance of like work because you'd be by yourself practicing by yourself this and that then. Everybody has completely different schedules at night. Like you might be working out or go to bed. Early early work out in the next morning and vice versa. So that's that's like the very general sense of school. What i liked about it and why i came here was because a lot of guys i played with from university of georgia. We're already here and so it was a very easy transition. Who are those guys. So harris english Hudson's wofford brian. Harmon lives down here Before that chris kirk lived here russell henley lived here. Both of those guys have moved on Tj mitchell was on the team with me. Who's the korn-ferry tour. Joey garber was only team with me. He's gone back and forth between the pga tour and the korn ferry tour so Mookie demoss actually on the latin american tours. My roommate georgia in all of us. It was very easy transition. Move down here because because of how amazing the practices are there is a couple management groups maybe three management groups that have offices down here for all these guys and the weather might not be perfect in the winter. But it's it's very good year round every place. You know scott sales perfect in the winter but it super hot summer jupiter's perfect in the winter but it's thunder storms a lot in the summer so like i feel like we have a very good kind of like jack of all trades in terms of the weather. Travelling in and out it's easy. It's the biggest joke. I've ever heard really. So are you out of the local airport right here right as you come in and sea island or how often. How's it work like that. That's the part that blows my mind. Because the people that i know in my tax bracket are flying in. And out of jack's a lot which is not that close to here. Well my point to that is is if you're moving down here to play professional golf. Then that is your goal is to be able to fly in and out of the local airport here. That's three minutes from my front door. And not all professional golfers living here are flying in and out of that correct okay. So when i played on the latin tour living here which is the hardest tour in the world to travel on. Okay you drive fifteen to twenty minutes to brunswick airport you get there thirty minutes before your flight. Because there's only one gate there's only one flight is going to atlanta. It's a forty minute flight to atlanta. By the time. I leave my house. And i'm sitting in the atlanta airport in the terminal in an hour and forty five minutes and then i can get anywhere in the world. I was talking to jason bohn. Who lives in marietta alfa reta something in atlanta and he talks about how easy it is to travel there. We leave our houses at the exact same time to get on the same flight from atlanta wherever we're going so it's not perfect but if there's a direct flight from anywhere from jacksonville we go straight to jacksonville. It's fifty minutes from my house. And i'm there guys not wherever they live over there thirty minutes of the airport on that. Yeah so. I'm almost the same for them. So it it's an if you're on the mini tours and you're playing the florida swing or the far mini-tours the g. pro up north carolina. It's a four and a half hour drive in north carolina and it's a four hour drive west palm beach. You're selling me. You're selling me. Because i mean a lot of people live in orlando for the airport. V one flight away. I would assume it's why a lot of pros lived there. I hope that's not there only reason of living in a place not only but some of the global players extensive in in poulter those dudes that you know. It's a lot of international players. Set up in orlando right. If you're playing the european tour and the pga tour yes seattle. It would be very difficult to travel. Yeah i completely understand that. But i'm not. That's not my argument that so how often are you. Or what's the situation where you're getting to fly out of this. The saint simon's airport so it definitely helped after i won. I would say that i was. I was so far from that but now with netjets and so many is being part of netjets on the tour and i know wheels up has something but i net jets has been amazing in most. Everybody on saint simon's island has netjets so imagine four of us coming back from the john. Deere where there's no flights back in brunswick or you might have to land in jacksonville at midnight and drive an hour not to sound whatever but we're flying first class mostly on tour because you know it's business and you know it helps our our bodies when you got more room and you're not cramped and say no more. It makes a difference. That's what i'm getting at is. I'm getting at the cost benefit. All this and it's there it can be. I don't wanna say it's their. That sounds dumb but when you have four guys that you could leave you know moline. Ia land at three minutes from your house in an hour and a half and you split that flight four ways. What's it cost. It's so like one point five hours. Let's go so everybody's paying a fourth of out. You know a third of an hour or whatever you wanted to be you know half an hour and when you divvy up a half hour it might be double the price per person of a first class ticket. Wow that's an incredible deal right so but the problem is you have to have four guys the same place at the same time now. That's more difficult. Some guys might have kids. Some guys might have your wife do perfect scenario right. It's there's only two guys and a bunch of bags that we won't fit on the plane then you're then you're spending four times of commercial you then it starts getting dicey if you're flying by yourself and your own plane then it doesn't matter like you have enough money that doesn't matter. We're not there yet Right but it it becomes a certain you know ability horseshoe explain this one time like the value of differently forever after that was like how could you pay a fifteen thousand whatever it turn out to fifteen thousand dollars for a flight. When he in the way he explained it was like well. If that saved me one shot in the next week the convenience of getting to bed on time starting my week right getting my personal training employment in the morning ball invest. Save me one shot by the end of the week. And that's the difference between ninth and eighth that might be more than fifteen thousand dollars or whatever that number is it's like it makes sense. It doesn't make sense to do every week. I don't think but there's.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Club beater. Right club today. Yes that's better than most about. It is better than most than most ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the no laying a podcast solly here. This is a this is a doozy of an episode of went up to keith. Mitchell's house up and see island Today and did not expect to go an hour and forty minutes with him but man. It covered a lot of topics we go cover flying private. You know how you budget that you know. Tore life how to get from the latino america to web dot com heartbreak along the way what it takes to maintain at the top. Just basically if. I can ask this dude anything. We talked a little distant stuff at the end. Which i found his insight be particularly fascinating. I think you're going to really enjoy this. Might take you a couple couple commute to get through it. But there's a reason why we went for so long. It was because the content i thought was very good. Course if you're listening to this that means this week's episode of torah sauce has already aired no up is of course brought to you by precision pro golf as you would have seen on this season of torah sauce. Everyone here at no laying up trust precision pro golf's range finders to help us swing with confidence and hit more. Greens magna's spoil anything from the episode. If you haven't watched it yet but you're gonna wanna see In the semi-final matches at sivvy's valley ranch myself taking on dj pie. Big randy neil on the whitest fastest firmest most ridiculous golf courses. I've ever played the hankins routing at sylvia's valley ranch..

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Changing moment and for yet but in gulf if you're a guy if you're keith mitchell winning the honda it's a life changing moment because now you have two years status you're playing in the masters you you now getting all these events where the day before you you work than something fanatic wide it legitimately they life changing moment all individuals for the homers in for the last leaves because now they've got two years of of stress free stress is they know they're gonna be tainted up wherever they want i think the hardest thing for nate and anytime as you said that life changing moment going from i have no idea if i'm gonna play next week should i run and try and play the web dot com and get my status back that way or sit as alternate and maybe take my chances you have to declare one of the other like you can't be register for both now now the situation that nate in is gonna be i got two years where i know exactly what my schedule can be and the hardest part i think for guys that go through that is man i've been wanting to make this big change in my swing yeah now i got two years to do it in telling guys no no you were not doing that were not doing that were not doing that because the swing you guys just got you this so we we don't need to change it because you just proven as he was saying through wait what would you tell me so i'm just gonna play my game play my game i'm just gonna play my game now the juwan keep doing that keep playing your game and your game doesn't need to be changed 'cause you have just proven that the game is good enough to win and so that i think is usually the biggest challenge for guys going knocking switch equipment rocking switches swinger i could change you know what i'm doing here like you might not wanna do that right now i got a conversation where someone at work this weekend as we were talking about the life changing moment i was making arguments saying look golf is the hardest gulf his hardest professional level the get to and they're like no it's not no it's not i legitimately believe i mean if we break this down now nbc rosters but the smallest rosters but they've got the developmental league bnb agee leaguer deal europe is now over all right now you could only be incorrect and so they get to the top of bnb aim might i would say is the only only thing that i would compare the gulf but i think there's more opportunities in development opportunities nfl fifty three man roster you're gonna be in a practice squad there is a developmental league yet i think they accept and get that point mlb there's single lay hey hi hey aaa double life you only eighty yeah right so i would just to maintain professional status i think it'd be hardest to do in gulf and i don't think it's a club 'em okay i'm gonna this is gonna sound stupid 'cause i'm the golf guy but i disagree with you where do you think of the reason that i i i'll disagree with you is because if you declare that you're a professional no golfer you can find an event playing if you decide that you're a professional baseball player than what i'm talking okay maybe you could be like i'm a pro baseball player who do you play for a i really don't have a team of yeah but if you're a pro baseball player if you're a professional baseball player you could make a living in aaa for entire career i'm talking pg aid really i'm talking pj tour nb eight nfl major league baseball you're saying which is the hardest one to get to the that.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Cool, but has no pulse. Jordan speed all American guy. But but you need a guy that comes out because here's Tigers otherworldly talents. Carried the sport for two decades. Now being with tiger. Tiger was the do that you could love and hate. That's the problem. The problem is tiger was so polarizing he was like he was Howard Stern. He he's still is the people that hate to bad analogy. No, not tell you why. Because. He never said anything. Controversial. It don't matter. If you hated Tiger Woods if he wasn't on TV. You didn't watch. Even if you hated Tiger Woods, and he was on. And he was playing good in and up near the lead. You would turn the TV on because it was bays. People are still people were still amazed by his talent. Right. But people also they made tired of tired of seeing him win all the time now because this is the thing all those people that would right and complain about. Hey, why you only do Tiger Woods. Why you write about Tiger Woods while you do this you? I don't hear did leave from them people. When when he was gone. This is what I'm saying. Even the haters of tire woods, we're happy to see him back because they were watching and complaining even trolls it's not like anybody's trolling Jordan speak being like yet. That's the problem. That's what I'm saying. That's why Patrick re I love Patrick read because he's a villain. That's why love he's a billion people talk about Patrick read and talk about the game. Because Patrick read gives them something to talk about. Here's all respected Jordan, Jason Rory Ricky, here's the here's where that argument. This is the problem with argument, then the problem. Is to make up for tiger. You need to people you champion and villain. And then both of them have to be playing awesome to go toe-to-toe. So your watch for those two people. But you know, what though it's also it is also our fault to in the media because there are plenty of fantastic drama stories out there that aren't being told that big about this Keith Mitchell makes a putt on the eighteenth hole at the Honda to be Brooks camp and Rickie Fowler. Like to keep out of a playoff from them to monster guys out there, the crowds are huge. And you know, what the headline in the Palm Beach post was no name something happy. Yeah. Look, but. Okay. College. Is that dude because that was legit ignorant headline? But were they were they wrong yet? It was wrong. They were they were wrong, everyone who Mitchel was. It's it's not that anyone knew who he was the. Here's the problem that do just did something that everybody had been trying to do like this. I agree made a monster putt. So there's no such thing as the if you're on the PGA tour, you're not a no name just because we ain't told your story. That's not you the reader or the listeners fault. That's our fault. We didn't tell that story. It's more, man. We gotta your responsibility now. No, okay. Where you are off base here because I agree with you that it isn't coming upon the media to go find the stories, but the players certain players have to give the media a reason to tell the story. Keep bitch did something. One of the biggest putz ever seen a guy guided even win in June guidelines went last one of my junior golf, and he goes and takes down on that. Huge putt that he has awesome. Yeah. When I finish. He did he did something. Tremendous and people were talking about that day. Keith Mitchell is not a sustainable story week in and week out. He's historic. We don't know that yet. But the story is starting to be told. But what I'll the region you're off base with like, oh, we gotta tell you know, what the most popular story over the last month was that had nothing to do with tournament golf. What a US UN rules now. No, one cares about that. Either. That made headlines all over the place that made the front page of the paper the spat between Justin Thomas in the US. You know, what it didn't do? It didn't outdo Matt Kuchar in the caddy did not Matt cooter in the caddy was national news..

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"The case might be. It's too much golf if events now. Yeah. If you if he if Tiger Woods played they're made the weekend now will be seven rounds of golf in four days. And we saw how beat of he looked just playing seventy two holes in three days in L. I'm not I'm not concerned about tiger until he misses the players if he misses the players, I'm telling then the genocide of the GRA right there. Pull the fire alarm. I'm gonna be taking. I'm scared. Can you can you tell people why you're talking like a phone sex operator today? You know? Might have side gig. All right. Look, here's the truth. Monday when we did the podcast. The media center was empty. Which we talked about which was cool and fun. So I could get I could just be myself. I might get a little loud. I might get a little emotional let things go a little bit. But now the places packed because it's Wednesday, and they've already had a whole bunch of like interviews and stuff and the interview room is literally in the media center, where people are working, and what so you can't even sneak in and out with somebody's up there doing the interview or else you look like the bad guy. And now there's like a hundred people in there, and I was earlier just trying to write and play a low music just lightly and already somebody came back. It was like someone was wondering who had to music playing back here. Somebody who don't have rhythm just like what I'm jamming too. So I might sound a little more review sound you sound weird. Occur work at a jazz radio station disappoint. Hey. Welcoming like, so what would happen? What would happen? If you went full catty right now if I wanna fool catty. Like I was like we was in a booth booth. If I went full on that way, somebody from either tournament or two people from the PGA tour would walk back here and asked me to keep it down a little bit. And that's the other thing that drives me crazy about this all these writers that always get their always mad and bitter anyway..

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"What was it like having to fight them things, man? Well, I promise you if I hadn't of let them take over before. I what to how to manage them. And it's kinda cool to know how to do it on your own not like add a sports psychologist that you need to think this on the eighteenth hole. You should think this on the eighteenth. All this is what's going to work. Like, I had raw organic thoughts that I knew were bad newer good from all my past experiences. And I've those and that's what helped me on eighteen. But Iran nuclear enough, I already know because we talked before everyone talks about that putt on eighteen, but that's not the put the meant the most to you. That's not the put the you actually had the most thoughts going to your head tell everyone which put on Sunday meant the most to you as far as with everything that was going on in your head. Was hundred percent member. Fifteen after hit that aren't shot in their birdie twelve and thirteen to get back to seven hundred. I think that there's five people tied for the lead. And I hit that iron shot in fifteen to think it was six six feet, and it is dead straight straight up the hill. And there's I could not find I was trying so hard to find breaking that. And I couldn't do it. So line doesn't matter break doesn't matter. Nothing matters. Only thing that matters was me hitting a good. But or I should rephrase that me not screwing up that was only. So I mean, it was unbelievable that I had to I that part. I had to do it. And in that was I mean, I'm sitting over it. And it's impossible for me to not think about screwing up because that's the only thing I to do. And once I. Made that putt on new. I was a good mental mind frame for the next three or four holes. So when you were when you were doing those next few holes where you will wear of where Ricky and Brooks were. I I've new books was at seven, and I figured there's no way he wasn't gonna birdie eighteen and I figured that. He was gonna get to eight. And that was that was in the back of my mind, then he did it. And I was like, okay. Well, here we go. And 'cause I got to eight on fifteen and also leads. I knew Brooks, I knew Brooks is birdie eighteen I mean, there's no way that guy doesn't do it. So I figured that was good enough. And then I'm some Brooks tied while I'm saying on seventeen and rookies on the green at six, and he's on the back, and you know rookies. Just horse it in on my face on seventeen in the place goes nuts. Right, which I know it. I look at my caddie. I look at my caddie. And I was like I'm not going to say exactly what I said. But I was like are. You freaking kidding me. I was like, and so then he gets the seven, and I was like there's no way he's not burning eighteen now. And of course, I'm up there. The fairway my west side there you gotta Ricky birthday team to get to to get to eight. And I was just like our this is unbelievable. This is fun believable. Like, I mean, they're just making it so hard for me to win here. I can't even get over it. But yet you hit that would shot and after the web shots in the air. What are you thinking when the ball's in air, are you thinking man if that goes a little bit is dead is perfect. I mean, I hear one less club. And I would have enormous play. I had to keep it under the whole. I had to keep it under the whole. I was pumped up wasn't about to take something off a gap wedge, which normally would have in that situation. But I knew I could swing as hard as I could at that fifty four degrees. And it was not going to go over the green and the only place..

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"The. Now on the T. It's Mattie in the caddy. Here's Matt berry and Michael college. Function is back in the caddy at a special day. We're very excited this week because we talk with Keith Mitchell winner, the Honda Classic it just kind of get into his story. It's so amazing with people missed last week at the Honda. Classic a net. Sunday coming down the stretch. It was one of those tournaments where and we've seen it before tiger wasn't in it. So not a lot of people were watching, but the drama that happened on Sunday with an hour left in that tournament was more than pow bubble. And it's the one thing that the big time inside golf fans have been buzzing about. So the fact that we're going to get to talk to Keith about this. And some of the things that happened to them throughout pretty fun. Yes. Oh, here's our interview with Keith Mitchell, fantastic duty got his win will get into all the Tiger Woods stuff. Coming up in just a minute. Joining us. Now winner of the Honda Classic Keith Mitchell. Get ready to tee it up at Bay Hill this week. He did you say Keith I thought it was Casey Dow AJ. No, Kevin you with your thinking Mitchell. The Homer the former baseball player, we do it. We do. In fact, f- Keith. What Keith has this last three four five days been like for you?.

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Keith Mitchell, Rickie Fowler And Joey Logano discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Keith Mitchell, Rickie Fowler And Joey Logano discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"In a row, Keith Mitchell, e one shy win over Brooks and Rickie Fowler at the Honda Classic. That's Mitchell's first career PGA tour win and Joey Logano took the checkered flag at the NASCAR race at Las

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Bruce kept guy. His parents are here. He's from here. Rickie Fowler is from here. They were all in the lead. So and it was a three way tie until Keith Mitchell. He drained it on the last hole for him. It's yeah. It was his first PGA tour win so good for him. And then there were pick. Well, it was nice to see it was I kept going and Rickie Fowler went up to and shook his hand them. You know, it was nice cool events for the area. You pours a lot of money into it. Hotels, restaurants and well beer sales. Wow. I guess it's nice for everybody except those who live at PG national. I guess you. Gotta know. What's coming? You probably go. Great traffic all this weekend. Now this stuff you'll see on TV in the news reports of it, and this and that the official stuff, and then you see stuff on social media people who were there what a drunk fest. Don't realize it was kind of like, you know, you see the official version of the Kentucky Derby, and then you see people's pictures and videos of the infield bright, whoa. Yeah. That's the bear trap bad people. Just go there to get drunk. That's it. I guess you sit there and you drink, and you wait for you, wait for the gophers to get to you. And when somebody, you know, finally gets to usually you're too drunk to actually watch him play. It's like, okay. This is great. I've been there before that's the only reason I say it. I don't know what was going on with this guy. But it was got a lot of headlines over the weekend. He faced a judge on Sunday morning. He stabbed a co worker at the mall food court at Palm Beach outlets with the machete. Yeah. It was a little disagreements between the cleaning crew, they were both cleaning people. Yeah. He said that the guy didn't do his job and he had to do twice as much work because he didn't finish his job. So he commanding pulls out a machete. Okay. Bill. The next time you're late. I'm gonna machete you. That's crazy. Now, when I first heard this about the, you know beat upset about the guy Paul and his. Yeah. Well, he's right. And then you hear machete like. Anyway, the cops say West Palm Beach police say forty-three or Louis areas for the cleaning company there and exactly what it was like how you described Janney was upset that the guy on the day shift and newest job. Jeez. But go after my feeling there are some underlying issues. He just hadn't finished his job. Maybe he'd been covered. Maybe this guy been covering for the other one that was a slacker for awhile, and he finally just got fed up, by the way, we should tell you. The victim was released from the hospital stitches back of his neck down his left arm, right hand took a hacking. She's thank God. He's alive. Kidding? Holy cow. No area the machete man there aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Wow. Held on fifty thousand dollars bond. All right. What happens a lot of stuff locally? And then that boat coming into Boynton beach inlet if you've ever been to the point beach inlet jetty there, and you watch people come in on their boats. It's it's treacherous on a good day. Why? And then this little boat yesterday carrying all these people. I mean, it it didn't seem like the boat was big enough to carry that many people as a twenty foot four foot boat. Fifteen people on board. I mean, it was kinda over run. And some big wave came toppled the thing to infants were there three kids altogether. But they were all safe. Thank goodness. But still you're right. It's it's treacherous getting in there. And you know, you see people who tried to turn around in the inland. Well, what happens is it's kind of like people have never driven in the snow. You know when you start to get stuck don't stop. You gotta keep going. It's it's or when you try through sugar sand people go really slow don't go slow got it and go don't stop don't hit the brakes because you're gonna get stuck coming into the boy Natal at same way. You got a gun it if you don't you're gonna get caught in that cross, whatever you call it. And you get slammed into the rocks, and how many people they have in the boat fifteen or having their own bear trap. I guess I guess fifteen people at twenty four twenty foot foot boat guests. Yes, that's it that what you mean. And remember just talking about Friday about the vaccination issue because of the somebody with. Measles in contagious was walking through O'Hare airport or is it midway midway midway in Chicago. Well, now, this is kind of popped up in the news once again now, we have a kid who despite his mom's wishes has gone ahead vaccinated himself, and now well not himself, but you know, went to the doctor, right? And now he's going to speak before congress about the thing is name is Ethan Lindenberg grew up in a anti household. My mom didn't believe that vaccines for beneficial to the health and safety of society and believes that they cause brain damage in other complications, although this has been largely debunked scientific community. Okay. Wow. All right. Well, so what he turned eighteen he went and got all his vaccinations. I think it started because he posted like on Facebook or somewhere can I can I get vaccinations as an adult do they still work? And then it grew from there. You know, what's so funny? I never asked that question. Whether you can if you were never vaccinated. Yeah. You can do it at any time. Then I guess he proved it. Yeah. I bet you it hurts a lot more though as an adult. I know. Toughened up to see a baby. You don't remember it though? That's the good. Thank god. You know, God, we don't remember most of that stuff. I just went through it with north. Oh, no. Can you imagine? Now if we were just getting teeth. A year. Kids going through. And now, he's speaking at some chamber of cars. Some muck committee will be testifying in front of the committee of US health education labor and pensions about preventable diseases spreading and outbreaks of preventable diseases as well as addressing misinformation that causes these outbreaks becoming more and more of a huge huge debate. And a lot of people claim that like the kids mom does that causes autism. Yeah. But what if you're an adult is your own choice, or he's actually lucky didn't get anything until this point. It should be. I would be interested to see if there's been a study where an adult who came from a non vaccine family like this kid went in got the vaccines and then developed autism. The then there would be a correlation. Yeah. I I know a lot of people say in. We know somebody Bill I won't mention her name. We've had twins the kids were fine. And she said when they hit a certain age, and it was right after they get a vaccine, they started showing symptoms of autism. You're right though. Imagine if they if like this eighteen year old kid did. 'cause then you've got a constant you can compare it to right. Wow. Every thought of that, but science more or less. He's right has debunked. The fact that vaccines or vaccinations cause autism or lead to autism. Or they told us the truth. Done okay conspiracy. Man, you never know. True. By the way, if you're flying anywhere today. Call.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"This is the best of the paul finebaum podcast welcome back we are happy to be with you on a friday afternoon mentioned the other day when michael collins drop by that we are down the street we're not too far from where the wells fargo championship is being conducted not too far from our studio so we've had a little bit of golf tenth we keith mitchell is in our studio he is a university of georgia golfer who is well steeped in sat sec laura having a pretty good tournament so far key thanks for being here thank oh you man sauce i guess when you when you when you know you're playing the weekend you can relax a little bit on friday afternoon and hang out with your favorite talk show it's it's good to have you on your telling me before we got going we wanna talk a little golf and a little dogs but you've got a family that pretty well covers the sec it was it was pretty funny growing up trying to figure out what's team i wanted to root for so one grandad went to alabama one grandad went to tennessee and then my dad went to vanderbilt my mom went to tennessee so i kind of pave my own path and when little south to university georgia and since then i've been a die hard dog and we're going to get to that segment i wanna talk about golf because you were fairly recent on tour you got out of the georgia couple years ago and we're talking about the challenge of getting to this tour where you play in events like this and and so many other major for such major prizes it's not easy it's not even close to easy but it's fun so that's what makes you know the challenge in the in the hard work worth it so i mean i started out in the latin american tour for a year run out of college i played probably seventeen eighteen weeks on south america which was a lot of fun a lot of stuff stuff that you you know just not part of your standard routine so did that for year graduated from there to the web dot com tour and was on the web dot com for two years and made it out here this past season when you finally mean filing because you can.

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"keith mitchell" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"keith mitchell" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"You are listen to every man podcast this episode thirty seven with keith mitchell welcome everybody i'm excited that you are listening in before i get to talking about the episode a little bit i have to tell you about an experience that i just had an and currently having last week we didn't every man workshop in new york city eta incredible place called the assemblage which is a coworker space that just literally knocked my socks off a bend to a handful of co working space before of worked out of them and the semblage was gist i can't even really describe what it was like it was like walking into a dimly lit lic immaculate lee conceived alter universe in which people who work there are just wildly interesting and goodhearted and is just strange beautiful art everywhere and comfortable anyway i don't think i'm doing it justice but the assembled in new york we had a workshop we originally thought we had forty spots available when a parent over fifty guys there which is just amazing and in that workshop one of the questions when the prompts we ask broke into small groups at at a certain point and we asked the question what are we withholding from the world what are we not sharing what do we hide what we hide from everybody and i'm not sure if this is clear but at our workshops in in our groups in and in a retreats in expeditions as the facilitators the leader iin the other facilitators and leaders also participate this is never just a telling you what to do and sit there while you do it it's a full participatory model so i do my work alongside everybody else right and so mice stretch coming out of this experience i challenge myself and to hold myself accountable to the other guys there my stretch was to share on the podcast my insecurity because on the podcast i'm always doing an update i'm always sharon what's going on with every man and i recognize that it's pretty sent there's a lot of sunshine volved fred hits a lot of good stuff it's a lotta positively it on his own.

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