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"mike fay" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"mike fay" Discussed on The Current

"It was sandy was not the most a spectacular place and we had our our weather Robert tethered to the boat. Hundred meter. Meters deep. And after showing the Breslin whether we had seen a around the country during the expedition, he looked at his watch and I thought Oh, we're going to los. Him. And I ask him Mr Person would you like to pilot our what Robert? Oh. Yes. so his size sparkled. So we put him on the console and like he was playing video games, he studied driving the the Robert. N wissies dark shape a distance. So he that is the rubber to that shade and there was big rock at the edge of the amount. Fool fish full of starfish in all of a sudden huge grouper show up, and that was the his head while I didn't know we had these in our country and so basically that was a sign for him the he had to make sure that Gabon protected these underwater thresh. Did He? He did he putting the Minister of the environment and my fellow explorer Mike Fay. Who was on board he had been involved in the creation of national parks on the land. So he was put in charge of the development of reserves and today on has twenty marine parks covering twenty eight percent of their exclusive economic zone. National Geographic is pushing to preserve something like thirty percent of the planet that's land and Sea by the year twenty thirty. Is something like that possible given the scale of the destruction that you detail in this book in and just how because we have that reserve of of oil and natural gas and other we don't need the balance in some ways that other species do can you preserve thirty percent of the planet? I think we can because some countries have already done it. But also we have no alternative. If, we are to prevent the extinction of one million species globally. If we are to prevent the collapse of our life support system. If we won nature to continue helping us. Reviews the impacts of climate change. Through absorption. So absorbing throwing much of the carbon pollution that we explained to the atmosphere, we need half of the Planet Natural State And the scientific studies are very clear about this and thirty percent of the Planet Protected Land And Sea by twenty thirty is a I would say. Absolutely necessary and negotiable milestone. We are not talking about. A luxury for.

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"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your hosts VGA professionals Jordan young might say Brian cairns and W. J. ours own Sean Billy Joe I always appreciate commiserating with you are valuable listeners and viewers whether it be on Facebook live or right here on seven sixty W. J. are naked and grand lake is watching tonight Nick we appreciated asked W. J. R. golf on Twitter Mike Fay handles that said he's been not commiserating with some Twitter rights isn't the right term Twitter words right I Colin twittering wintering that morning Jordan young even it had to do to make this even more envious had to switch positions so before we had a beautiful view of the course now we have a beautiful view of of some of the hospitality out there in Egypt valley Jordan and you'll be see what time you going off tomorrow I don't know if you guys are still here ma'am I still good yeah we got sure okay yeah I think I think we're nine thirty teatime a little different usually it's a shock on but with the social distancing we have to tee off ten minutes of pardon I think our afternoon time is two thirty so it's going to be a evening evening dry tomorrow night B. as per our marriage and in the in the trader I mean they're talking about temperatures getting back into the nineties later on this week what what's the weather like out there each valley it's sticky tonight but beautiful can't get any better than this.

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"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

"Again your hosts PGA professionals Jordania Mike Fay and Brian cairns W. J. ours only Sean believe Jim welcome back in Spain on golf on a Sunday night here on seven sixty W. J. are keeping an eye on the RBC heritage of course there was a delay today because of all the lightning in the area Hatton at last check in the lead by a stroke of there's an update on that boys feel free to jump in as we mentioned some low scores scores today for Kelly a sixty two Justin Thomas a sixty three so we'll keep an eye on that all eyes in the PGA world of course will be on a Detroit coming up in eleven days it is a year or two of the rocket mortgage classic finally joining us the tournament director Jason laying well first of all J. should really appreciate you taking the time happy father's day to you Sir thanks for joining us here on spin on golf thanks same to you fellows great to be which is a great day golf out there no doubt about it it'll be a great tournament year to year one was just to put your own mitigated successors no other way to say that to across the board I guess chasing the the first question I have for you is how different is this band I I know what's the obvious question but it's one that it has to be yes what kind of a set of challenges did this present to you with everything going on with the covert yeah this is a good word I mean we're obviously very thoughtful about what we're doing the work site and you know this is gonna be a first big major sporting event in our great city in quite some time and even though we don't have fans were gonna chances shine a spotlight on the city Detroit Detroit golf club which killed well last year showing better this year I know that Casey Herbison Jay Farner rocket mortgage very excited about that but did you say last year we spent a lot of time to figure out a way to large crowds safely in the DDT and and now that the tour and we've agreed that did not have the standard only players caddies essential staff on site we spent a lot of time figured out how to how to host everyone and in a very safe manner and and this is really return to work it out for us that's how we're treated like a lot of other businesses that are getting back to it we're treating it the same way and we're working closely with everyone it's it's going to be different and not have stand there for the players and for us but we've we've got a really strong and health and safety plan in place and we're ready to go the builders up there you're gonna see some beautiful red masher what you did last year just not the hospitality structures out of business really well on TV well one of the things that of course and I think a lot of people are asking as well as once again Jason lane while the tournament director of the rocket mortgage classic Kylie joins us I'm I'm sure you're asked this almost on a day by day basis so let me get it out of the way now are there some commitments that you've just received recently are there more commitments what is this field look alike as we sit here right now on June twenty first chase and well it's looking great I mean we've got a field already that the keel close today we have more top players in the world golf rankings we last year more top thirty players in the FedExCup more top players in the in the year to date FedExCup from the top seventy it's it's showing well we've got Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson excited to come back Brandt Snedeker who was a top five last year along with Patrick reed world number six is back in with new names to race in the dish and bows excited because he's committed playing well this week it looks a white woman and two with a lot of guys it's real positive conversation with Tony see now Dechy really conversational Kevin nine Terrell trial had to leave this week if someone we expect to be in the field me heard great things about the golf course last year from a couple of his friends and played it and when you look at that and we were were shaping up to have a a ton of the top thirty guys in a in a really strong field Jason Jordan young here question I had was does a tour notify you in something like what happened with why me right away and and give you a heads up I mean how does that whole process go with with the events coming up in the weeks to come yeah I know we had conversations there the first four events you know return to golf events of which were fortunate and pleased to be one of have an ongoing dialogue and and and the email and texts are with each other we got notified by the tour that it happened and talked about it and in in what we the conversation was in guys we've got yeah we followed our protocol here we have a plan in place in the planned work as it relates to testing nica it indicated he tested negative upon arrival indicated he wasn't feeling well protocols is taken to an area have been tested if that's the case he was tested positive then they'll be down in Hilton head for a little while so you know we've got a strong point in place I had a really and they were quick to get us to let us know but no changes for us a religious reinforcement that we have a strong plan in place and we're gonna be implementing a here and just less and less than two weeks J. someone well kindly joining us here of course use the tournament director of the rocket mortgage Classica a mere eleven days away I mean how how quickly it sneaks up on you you know one of the things that we we had a chance to talk to a couple different people about is is how you guys just keep reaching out to the community and and making this more up about the community can you expound on some of the things that you guys.

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"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"Sneaking hard and you hear stories like I'm tired of shooting fifteen hundred coming in thirty s on the European entire the the next level's below below the tour is so hard But again for all the kids are listening to take advantage of the technology you have mean. Most teenagers have cell phones phones. Record your swing. Even if you don't report from the right spot just do something to try and figure out what the issue is. And that's where you have like. You said a lot of these online programs grants where you can go back to old videos old data and see what you did when you did it well and what did you doing. You're doing it wrong again. And that's a really component to teasing that. We have now that I've really enjoyed using. I'll tell you that. Yeah I really enjoy having all that data to go back and say look at. Where are you used to be where you are? Now you know much better. You are and All those things but no I use coach now and I'm having these kids put in there or adults put in their their tournament scores for me because a lot of them aren't here all the time and pictures with them. Winning tournaments were how they played or how they felt. Or whatever in between you know our time together It's important to have a record of what happened. Seems Oh back can say you know. I'm really hit nickel. Today was feeling now. Definitely go back to that day. Definitely what one other thing I want to pick your brain before before we get to the counter wrap up portion Is it says he got some gears action on their on your website and gear for the coaches out there are what are some patterns that you see if you put juniors on it you know where some patterns that you see through gears with the kids That might be commonplace. Listen in what do you look for as far as We have a new junior golfer on that system in and what are some good trends and what are some trends. That are common that you have to fix six. Yeah it's Kinda common and we see it on video twos the slide. Right slide out. They lied a lot latterly. And in as they're hitting the ball and they don't turn real well and just introducing turn to them huge sliding it just messes up the club face pretty bad and what the call ups ads doing and being Show them that and three and then have measurements of it. How how much? They slid gears. That's kind of cool. And you know then it's a it's a measurement right just like track man you might say. Hey you know you you you move this much this many inches or that many inches on now. What how did that feel that kind of stuff so we can fix it? You know I also use gears from a fitness perspective too. You know. Sometimes you would the kids. I mean you know you know. Kids can't touch your toes right right so available to see how much they turn their shoulders. How much they rotate their hips? And all that kind of stuff in the numeric fascist. You know whether they're old area you you know That's a pretty cool tool to be able to have and then we've got trachman there too so you don't do all that stuff together It's it's been fun to the kids. The kids love it when we can get him on gears What true coaching programs be? The adults. they get better well. Let's say everybody gets better faster on years. No doubt because you see it differently than you do on video because you can see in Three D. above your head and everything so it's a pretty cool thing I'm pretty blessed to be able to teach with years. Well that and it's like a video game for the kids to right. I mean that's their chance to look themselves like their plan now. Three D video game right. I mean that's I think that's probably the big thing that I think. A lot of my kids enjoy with track man and force plates and any time it looks like a video game man. This kid's nerd out. They love it absolutely no. It definitely looks like video game All right well so I know you got a busy morning I gotta go chase a couple kids at swim class Before we wrap up I just want to say I appreciate you taking the time to chat and share your insights on the podcast and I know a lot of people. Listen are GonNa really enjoy this one too and Covari shared a good bit of information with us. But I always like to ask the guest one last little nugget. And it's an opportunity for you to Share something that motivates bates you every day or something that you tell your kids motivate them to get them to the next round was something that you kind of pass on to the world as golf coach. Yeah I'm I'm very big if you found me online working heart. I've I believe that as long as you you try you try your best. There's no shame in now may not win all the time. But you gave it your all. If you don't try you don't know what you can do. And that's that's a big thing for me. I I appreciate my students when I know that they've worked hard. It's like you said earlier earlier. You Never WanNa give the same lassen twice when you can see progress. You know they put time in. That's all I want for people man. That's and that's that's goal to. And and I tell every parent in India hit the nail on the head. I tell every I don't reward results reward effort and so even if they to try something new with their swing that we're doing technically and they with but they may be over did what I asked him to do. I'm applauded they look at me like sideways. And I'm like I. I don't care that you with that was ridiculously different than what you just did. Five seconds ago. So we're onto say that's not that's not what we're working on right right exactly and always having to make sure that they know what they're trying to do. The cheat pretty cool. That's awesome coach. Mike I appreciate it time. What are some of the best ways people to track you down? They don't already and follow you online in and see the awesome stuff. You're doing there absolutely. You can follow me just about everwhere Mike Fagel and then My website MIKE FAECAL DOT com. So yeah check out Mse University We're we're getting ready to launch it here and Excited about that and all our live stream on Sunday nights on facebook and Youtube and now scope so thanks.

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"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

12:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"Is that the parents come tell you one thing became I tell you another but at the same time. They're both trying to get the same result as happiness penis for their kid. Sure Yeah it's amazing right the the Less than T. is the biggest confessional. I know and You learn a lot from someone when you're teaching them Or their child or adult and the relationship between parent coaches is really important but at the same time the parents have to let coach coach. And I wouldn't tell your child how parents so you know Has Ask to ask to work both ways though. And you're right. A lot of parents seem to think that they can coach. But you know I. I learned that early on I I. I have to have two hats on one nine with my daughter. Here's the coach chat. And here's The dad and have you know and jobs that the dad hat has to be the one that consoles when we don't play well in the CO chat has say. Hey this is what we have to do. And that's that's the hard part is like and I had that even with my With nine now wife when we were dating I was teaching her Towards the end of her college career she came back from injury I she just decided. Let me start working. Were there and when we went to go play we oughta make it explicitly clear on the first box on my like hide the coach today or am I the boyfriend today. And that's how he go play like if if if I blurred the lines it was a bad around the golf for both of us. Actually a AH that is so important because you know you you have to and you know okay and and what we did was we we. We made sure that you know you're going to have a lasting with that. And and we structured it like that you know. It wasn't go goof around that time you were little you know and having that mentality going into it and it may be you know we we maybe go on the golf course you know. Of course we're having fun and all that stuff but it Yeah you have to have two hats on your apparent and coach definitely know what to say when what's going to make a difference absolutely well my let's Let's talk about something. Need you have coming up on your plate that you've worked on for a while now and in excited to release it in the time of this podcast probably couldn't be better honestly So Todd was m g university and what that's going to entail online yes Very excited spin about four years of work. You know I don't i. Don't sit around making videos all the time. I'm busy teaching so China put this together. It's been pretty What it is? It's a online site To learn the game of golf it is the Online School of golf for calling. MSG versity and right now. We have put together. The library of all different types of things to learn about the game of golf have over two hundred videos in there ain't now so I'm really excited. I get it all done. And after the first of the year we'll have online online classes with the game. All right now or writing on the rules of golf or doing some other ones as well just to teach people the game and Big thing for me is is that You know my students will be going back looking at that stuff. Now what did you say about this. What do we do about that? You know and also having Brenton Frank part of Mike Fay golf and and having their knowledge in MFG versity. I E is pretty cool as well. So branch Davis is the PGA Learning Coordinator for the PGA. Australia living in He is been writing from my sight for a while since I believe two thousand twelve and frank style as the PGA meals official down in Saint Clair Michigan. And he's a master professionals. Well Frank He's been raining for a little bit longer. Her for my site and about the rules Goff and teaching and things like that so Those guys are big part of what I do with my face off and the limited all in all these different stuff. That's pretty neat. Definitely and I think that's you know you mean the ask the pros pro. Show right that you do on on twitter have a very large online presence already from doing things like that. What what led you to to being motivated to take on the online rains? Probably maybe make before. Most people even consider doing it. I mean you're up you're on the forefront guys getting online hustle so what led you to go down that route. Yeah I basically osada necessity. 'cause we are a long ways away from from any big metropolitan area here in northern Michigan. We're four hours away from Detroit and I needed to bring golf to as many people deep was I could and at the time when I started asking the pro is it's it's been an unbelievable blessing for me. I've learned so much from so many people in the golf industry through starting that on twitter and develop so many really cool relationships with people It's been unbelievable boy actually and the bring all those people very very talented people in the golf industry together to help others play better In a way that that no one's done before you know it was Craig goal to do. I mean I have the timeline even know overdo. It didn't know about Hashtag this this. What's a Hashtag whatever and we just started learning as we go we are one of the first branded hashtags from twitter? Her new these things where we had to submit to it. They had no regulations hash tagging. Stop and then they. It came out with all these rules. And how high the font had to be what fun. H- had B- and all this stuff and a week later we see on TV. You know old old twitter bird and Hashtag NBC sports. And that's you know the same type of font that we have for the pro logo because they just didn't didn't have that It was so new and we're building it up and they twitter. What we're you know what we did there? As things grow things change and people are more into. That's why we do our live stream now are more into live stuff. I still use twitter. A bunch but Not Doc near as much as I used to now. I'm doing other things like instagram and livestream I mean Saddam was not around back. Then the you know building a pretty big following on instagram and I'm doing You know the livestream which has been absolute blast doing on our show on Sunday nights. When we're in the off-season has been fun getting everyone together and it's been you to watch pretty cool? Yeah you know. Oh and that's That's something I've tried to lay had opportunity to go back to my university presents to our program about scaling a business in in in becoming a teacher professional final from an area that I basically had no ties to And one of the things I told the kids and I got the chance to teach one of the classes. Believe it or not Add to the seniors. And that's almost that you think about. Where's the world going golf's not in and for some reason? Golf always seems to think it's some kind of bubble that it's that it's immune to where the world's heading like you know digging it out of the dirt when you have gears track me. Why beat out of the dirt radar? They'll tell you exactly exactly what you did wrong. You know and so I tell them look. I was going through McDonald's for breakfast a few months earlier before this mutation I said and there is an uber eats logo in the McDonald's dryer. So I pay somebody to go through the drive through for me to get my McDonald's breakfast because because I don't want to do that as how long do you think golfing instruction one on one face to face is going to be the mainstay. Obviously that's when we get a lot of things done. It's a lot easier to teach face to face and it is over the phone over a skype session or online lesson stuff like that but at the end of the day. Hey I'm here to tell you. The masses are going to want that online game versus the the others because at one hour lesson for us to our venture for them you know I. Yeah I mean I I do a lot of skype in a lot of you know just because of what I've done and we're doing skype and facetime and people and their on coaching programs for it. I'd stop you. Know they might come up and see me once or twice a summer but other eight sometimes their online with me Zan. It's pretty cool being able to do that. bringing you know helping them play better when they ace stick their sticking the dirt mate but their phone on and I'm their facetime them giving them a lesson that's cool stuff and and then all this stuff absolutely now I you know first time I did it. How was like wow you know? But I- learning learning how to do that stuff. I really learned the online stuff through the golf channel. So thanks so I'm Michigan's first. Golf Channel Swing fix instructor where people send and and and then we. You know how tried to help them through our recording and drawing lines and things like that and Be being able to do all that stuff like we do now. It's just second nature. It's no problem to be able to. Have you know a few doing every night. And then you know the communication to back and forth. I mean I remember when when I was little we'd be lucky to get a piece of paper from the coach at said. Okay you're aiming way too farda right all the time and you name more parallel target. You know whatever it was and now being able to share these videos back and forth and and do a live stuff. That's crazy cool and that's the best thing that's how kids were me. I don't I don't get onto my kids but some Outright him a little bit if they come in and say that they struggled for a week and a half in between lessons with something and that flared up and also like and they come in and it's the same issue tackled when they left the door from the last lesson. I'll look gas cell phone. Yeah does it have a camera right. Yeah unlike why not get a video sent it to me. I don't know I you have my phone number right. Yeah you've seen it before right. Yeah Okay so in the future you. Have you have all this at your fingertips you're right. I mean I remember as a kid I had. HSA tape connected to the shot TV drawn expert the TV's and you didn't have that opportunity when you know when we're gonna hit balls and stuff and and now like I said I think that's why I think that's the big reason why the bottom of the PGA tour is so much better than what it was twenty years ago because coach better. Oh yeah it. It's not like five guys out there teaching that have all the secrets. It's like hundreds of rose. Now have those secrets..

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"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"And a lot of times. Those kids turn into competitive golfers and they're playing golf in high school or teaching them playing for school teams and stuff like that. And that's important to me to keep it that family atmosphere fun that way and then you know then the kids come back and they they might be helping out you know with helping me teach the learn the game and they bring back their medals and trophies and things that they win tournaments awesome stuff when they're playing high school golf that that's really really cool. That's what it's all about and have someone to look up to you know mentoring it's in quarter absolutely and you know it's it's funny because you know my my coach. When I was a kid might have been ahead of time or even realized it or maybe he was? This lazy took advantage of me but He he would bring me in to help with his junior camps And on their forget it I was like sixteen or seventeen years old and and I had hit a chip shot for the camp to win all free ice cream sandwiches right and as a sixteen year old watching the bunch like eight to ten year olds. They're sweating out over whether I'd hold a chip shot chatter not was kind of a Iraq and hit for me right but even I've tried to do that with some of Mike Things that I've done is the junior that you surround for you as kids. I would hire a lot of my high school competing golfers to To help me run it right. I'd have them. Do timing stations. Help them help me score setup. Tease even start on the first tee and a lot of them will come back and just Kinda go matt and I realize all the things that go into an event unlike and this is a simple junior tortoise is not even aj Jay level like in a town full circle for you know it really does. Because they don't they don't realize all the stuff that takes too you know in when that going into setting up the act is for the day right Well just teaching the programming Well being there early all that kind of stuff to get things ready so that we can do it. Right and it's It's a really good learning things. Thanks for for them to be involved in Whole mentoring program like that I'm also involved in the first northern Michigan. I'm on the Board of directors here on my end We've done a really good job of getting golf in the schools and going elementary schools teaching that in the wintertime and I'm pretty excited. We we need this past year we got a PGA junior league together Run through. Here's the first team. We have three teams. And it's been tough. We don't have a lot of kids that live up here and to get all the kids together and all cool. All the golf pros rose in our area pool and all the kids gather that we have and put it together. It was pretty cool so I'm really proud of the the first. He's got some great initiatives initiatives there and and Kinda glanced at. It taught us more about that than middle school programs where you go to the schools. You know I'm not sure everybody knows about that kind of opportunity. Yes Going into the school first and foremost It seems to me that are Gym Teachers Love US A lot. 'cause they get a day off apps along so going in and scheduling at With them was pretty simple to do. And and Just introducing the kids the game ago Some of them will be kids. That are participate in junior golf programs with the I t your my program or whatever but a lot of them never had exposure to golf for and to put the golf club in their hand and have some fun and the gym. We'll get them to hit snag equipment around and stuff like that. It has really helped to grow all of our programs that way Because because they just don't you know I just don't play off and they've never been exposed to it and now they are so it's pretty cool to be have the opportunity to it and and and what better way better way to bring an opportunity to somebody that typically wouldn't take the time to drive to the golf course or have the opportunity to drive to the golf course. It's right now you'd bring it to them and that's awesome easiest way to get things you know to new clients is if you take it to him and I've always I thought that you know inside the school programs awesome. Because it's just it it gives everybody a chance at maybe would never had that chance tied I A- applaud the efforts every day it's awesome. It's good stuff is how did you get involved with the kids stuff. Top fifty master coach. How how did the? How does that work grams? How'd you get very black To be named that Yeah I think going down and being trained You know being certified. That was very very helpful to me. Actually he gave me a different perspective on coaching golf You know I had a lot of the programs in place but it changed the way that I caught it which was was knee the whole entire scaling program all that kind of stuff learned a lot from John and John It. US Kids Golf and You know implementing that into my programming has just helped it. You know we have a program here at Boynton gene called. The junior has a program where kids can Made by a set of clubs and they can trade him in when they girl and Bat has helped a lot too is just to have the right set of clubs uh-huh and the kids hands and let them play their best that trade him in and we rotate them around. And that's been pretty neat to see in that program grow grow over the years while the kids model The the thing that stood out to me the most about the club perspective was when when they said you know let the kids grow out of the clubs and into clubs and When I heard that for the first time as a young pro like and that is makes way way too much sense how we never thought about that? You know because you know even when I was growing up everybody's perspective always just make them a little bit longer so you can grow into it and and then light. They brought up the like the sixty inch driver. Here's swing this. You know it's like you're trying to swing up your forty. You know forty driver in their forty eight inches tall. Like that's.

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"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"mike fay" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"And other countries have the best chance to get recruited and to go play at the next level in college over one hundred twenty coaches in two thousand eighteen going to watch the players at their events and some of these events hosting over six hundred players future champions. Golf is tour to put your kids on to really test to see if they have the right stuff to go the next level so go check him out. Computer Champions Golf DOT COM or become one of their many of forty some odd thousand thousand followers to go follow on social media at future champion skull. Hello everybody today on the podcast. We have a special guest for you today. If you're on twitter you've probably seen them before and they asked Mike show an as yet to ask the pro and all your favorite questions and you answers By his might say he's A. PJ instructor up in Michigan. He's also happen to be. US Kids top fifty master coach. A top twenty five junior suit future champions. Golf is a I t golf digest. Best Teachers and I keep going on talking about this dossier Has Behind his teaching career over the last twenty five plus years. He's an awesome dude. He's got his own podcast machine guys. Check that out as well but Outta this is going to be a fun conversation. Because a man's smart he's got a lot of intelligence behind his career and I'm excited to bring him on so Mike Give us a little background. How you got into the game golf and And let's dive into that. No thanks so much for having the on Yeah I started out at a pretty young age. I played a a bunch of different sports. KINDA got drawn into golf through. My Dad played lots of golf with him and growing up in the Detroit Royd area. We always spent time what we call going up north so anything. North of the Detroit area is called going up north. And you know some of the world's Bass is golf courses up here. It's it's America's summer golf capital and and going up in here and learning how to play the game you know playing off in high school and then and then deciding that I wanted to make this profession so pretty cool deal as awesome now did you. what what what decided what was that. Turnkey moment for you. That made you decide. You wanted to be a professional in teach well at the time that That I was in college should there is only three schools. You could go work for professional golf. Management and I decided that I wanted to do do that. And and and it looked like hey you know it doesn't work out. I can also have a bachelor's degree in marketing and I said okay well you know. Let's go ahead and try and to do this. And in fact one of the schools as everybody knows that our state you're in Michigan. I decided I wanted to go to New Mexico and Play Golf Offi around. So that's that's what we did One of the first if not I graduate from Michigan to go through the professional management program. There and Yeah I learned a lot going through the PGN program and got to experience a lot of different facilities Priscilla's and different things that I wanted to do and e- and and here I am here at Boyne resorts are northern Michigan. Now so be cool right up on over the last twenty five years or so. We have a bad. I'd made the decisions you did. I I grew up in Pennsylvania boy and and I would have been a third generation Penn State but despite my dad's dismay are random Mississippi state for the same reasons and the The PGA Program Mississippi State and never looked back and now sitting in Nashville Wondering when summer is going to end but now as great and so what was kind of your teaching background. So how'd you after you graduated from New Mexico state and had the experiences at different facilities as for your internship rotations. What you will teach under? WHO's your Your mental and brought you into teaching the game. The way you do well. Actually I had moved my way up into Being had professional and I was just giving lessening run. They're running our junior golf programs at different facilities phillies. So I spent some time out in New Jersey for about seven years and learned a lot there In fact go back a little bit. I believe the first junior golf program I ever was involved in was one that I did. A co-op up in iron mountain and That was a huge learning experience. Or one hundred fifty kids or so in it and boy did I learned a lot that summer Running running down so you know it going throughout my career. I eventually got to the point where I had to make a choice. I was teaching more and more I was about ready to have a family and made the choice to teach fulltime and It was a great choice for me. I can spend a lot more time with my family family now Teaching and I lot of my influences come from A lot of the head professionals Shnell that I've been involved in going all the way back to Ray Bolo back. In the days of Western Golf and Country Club and Redford Michigan State Randy Erskine on. So you're a great oaks here in Michigan and then when you're working under and with I took a lot of lashes spent a lot of time with Mike Adams which was fantastic and you know it That was really neat to teach me how to teach which was cool and Just made my way around around and and You know found out that I believe that the The big thing with with teaching kids is is is community. You Know Matt and Bringing that together and We have a very small community here in northern Michigan again and and I knew that I could grow the game of golf if I could get How families playing golf and that? That's our goal here bring resorts. Well you know. And that's when you're when you're an assistant pro that's probably the easy way to get into. Teaching is because unfortunately it's one of those things that if if you're a busy club is kind of punted down to the third assistant or second assistant but if you have a passion for teaching the junior programs is a great way to pick up the reins because if you get the kids is playing guests who shows up behind the kids parents right. And there's no doubt about that for sure you know and I take it to such a level here is getting the community involved in getting sponsorship local companies and and like you said it facilitates other lessons on top of the junior programming right and It's fills up our golf courses and Increases sales tails and equipment and it does a lot for our community here. was interesting to you brought in sponsors to help with that as well to really you know Expand that so. How did you cooperate for? Because there's a lot of coaches I listen to. How did you incorporate sponsors Shire's to do junior programs yeah basically Discu- went in asked You know we've got this tournament here are we. You know. Would you like to sponsor this basically And the term it's run our family golf events and and We run the Boyne Mountain Junior Cup term it series so there's really four events throughout the summer and two of them the kids play with the parent Tor- another family members partner and then they play by themselves in the last two they play the ball one and then the last ones aglow ball championships. So you know getting that involved you know with the local community especially at a resort is really really important From a perspective Gets those parents and and helps even just within the sponsors and having all these these kids out playing it's It's a pretty cool thing to do and going around and rotating the sponsorship every year That's neat and and nothing like it's crazy sponsorship. You know except it's sponsorship to be able to have the kids wear certain clothes or a hat or water bottle or whatever it is that they're going to be sponsoring for these events prizes things like that so that definitely in the twos is pro sometimes. The hardest part is Making it cost effective for everybody right making the concern you get paid and and it's cheap for the parents and and and everybody wins on both sides and bringing in a sponsor that could help facilitate the financial title needs to really blow up the camp. The way you want to write. Maybe can help you get some new gear some like you said some like payroll or a uniform for the kids stuff like that. I mean it's really helps kind of tie things together when you can bring in a little extra financing in New Cool toys for the kids at kind of attract them to the game does do that right and always having their name associated with Youth. Programming is very very helpful. Yeah internationally so let me ask you this question then since we're already kind of heading in the junior programs and and how you got your start there It will come to your website. You see there's like a new to the game kind of learn the game programs you have for the younger kids are just getting started in consultant. You like to to gain a Fi- a little bit right in and make it interesting so talk to us about when you're starting out with young young kids. 'cause I've I've had a lot of emails Nelson podcasts by parents with three and four year olds that you want to be the next tiger woods and they're sending an email like should we be taking lessons on Kinda like I think there's there's a good avenue but let's not worry about the mechanics just yet but talk to us about how you How you work with the young kids and get them started one one of my goals through the learn the game program that the kids are having so much fun? They don't even know they're learning golf now. That sounds funny right. But it is and that's the purpose of it and and to show them things having games that teach them distance control and things like that but they're just having a blast doing it. You know pulling out the snag golf stuff and anything to teach them different things that they don't know and And then at the end pull it together into golf right and make it about off. And that's what I do through all the different things that we do learn the game and it's a blast have fun and Also getting the parents involved too right so having the parents there is really important and this is not this program I run with learn. The game is not a drop off. I'll see you later program. The parents are right. There cheering having fun with their kids. being engaged in the activities. And what's funny to cure his parents going home and having to play these games with occur. Kids are which Greenie in just facilitates more. Aw and get them involved absolutely and I think the way out is describe it to parents is Kinda like 'cause you know it's easy as a parent to forget what it was like when you're like five years old right because it's so but I told them as I just remember when you're back in school when you had to sit in your least favorite subject and it stunk because you hated sitting there like grind near gears over yo a mathematical equation Asian but if the teacher all said and made it like a massive massillon and you had the light compete against other people in solving problems all of a sudden you kinda wanted to like be good added right that little competitive spart made that undesirable subject a little bit more interesting and if we do that golf that kid. That may not really enjoy. The I can't make contact every time can find a way to enjoy the game because of a simple. You know the drill or simple game that you put into the challenge for them it now now start to enjoy it a little bit better and I think that's huge. The young kids I mean in a even at even at the older ages two and I think he said something really key earlier on to about how the community which golfs thrives in makes it a better arena so talk to us more about that community factor with kids helping other kids. It's yeah kids helping other kids. I mean one of the things that pride into that The kids that are out of the program. So you're in the program. Starting at five to twelve appears old and once they get out of the program. I asked the kids that are out of the program to come help me teach it the next year.

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"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike fay" Discussed on WJR 760

"So for the finest golf courses, you will ever set your eyes on some of the most beautiful terrain that God ever graced on our earth here is an opportunity for you as a golfer to also upskill, upgrade, your skills in to make yourself a better golfer. So imagine combining just the thrill and the fun and the experience of playing great golf courses while also working on your game. And that is what Mike Fay, offers you, when you come to the Boyne golf academy, and his director of player performance, Mike, good morning to you give morning. So talk to me about the technology that is that you now offer here, and I think, you know, we, we've all watched on TV the what is basically the track man showing the ball flight, you can do the same thing for us instead of Mike in a really. Micro screening, what we're doing with our golf club in the swing. Yeah. It's really cool to be able to show you guys what you're doing, and then how to fix it yourself. Right. And we've got some of the highest technology in the state here with track man, and gears golf. No, I'm familiar with track man. Tell me about years, gears, is our three D motion capture system that we have here where you get dressed up in a suit and you put a bunch of dots on their Nico into our three room and we use it for club fitting, and coaching and boy, does it help us do better Joe. They actually did that years ago with Bobby Jones at Warner Brothers studios, where they had him where different color shirts, and you could see what he was doing. What, of course they didn't have the high speed photography that they do now, which is what really makes this possible where you can really micro analyze what's going on? It's, it's really neat. We can it's accurate up to the with of slice of paper. He'll say slice, please don't say. That's just a cruel because there's another S word. I don't want you to say, either because I've been doing that to how what kind of is it a three day golf academy? How many days do you offer and give us a sense of what kind of investment, we're making with our time? Yeah, we've got different programs that offer gears along with them. We've got a number of different coaching programs that will put people on that include gears with them, which is pretty neat. So, yeah. We use it for fitting seeking get fitted for your entire bag. You can use it for a gears golf lesson. And then with our slack off schools, too. So a bunch of stuff that is useful. Are there pay? They're playing instruction opportunities as well actually. Yes, our coaching programs include on course coaching, which is. That is amazing. When we get out with you guys and help you, I know course how much faster you get better. Why is that? Why is it's almost like the the in the ranger in the lab. But something different happens when you're out in the middle of a fair way and you're one fifty out, and you're trying to hit that shot to zone on the green that seems so small, but it, it, it does change your perspective, doesn't it does, you know, when you put a club down for a lineman or something like that, on the range in your staying the same spot every time and you're working on something or your aiming at the same flag? All the time. Yeah. It's not reality. It's not the way it get in on the golf course. Right. You know I had a teacher a long time ago. Watching me practice in watching different lies. I was hitting from, and I'll just scrape over just hit it, and he'd walk over and eat. What do you wanna t while you're chipping? That's how you get out on the golf course. And he was exactly right. Right. And that, you know, going over putting you guys in different situations, and teaching you how to get out of them in the least amount of strokes is important. And how important is it to practice with purpose to say okay, I'm not only going to try to hit that flag in the distance, but I also wanna hit it with a little draw. I want to get it with a little cut. I wanna do something should every shot, you need to have a purpose. Not just hitting balls does not banging them. Exactly. You want to be able to no matter what level golfer you are. You're going to have a purpose and a goal that you set for yourself. And that's what keeps you out there practicing and gives you the motivation to do so, right? Right. So talk to me about we've got family fun days. You've got some speed training. And, and tell us what we only got forty five seconds left, but you've got some major events coming up, we make sure folks know about we do yesterday was women's golf day. And it was really cool. We at golf clinics, and that kind of leads into. To the end of the month. We've got ladies four ladies only gospel at Boyne mountain. We've got the speed training with Jaffer off getting you to swing the club, a lot faster and move way, better and plus for trained in TPI. So we can look at your golf swing in a total different way. Help you with your body to play better. All right. And yeah. And we as we've found out with our good friend, Frank. You, you, you gotta take care of the fitness, part of this, too, because if you're going to be doing a lot of swinging, you wanna be a make sure that you're doing the right exercises at home to prepare for that protect the back, especially Mike Faye. Thanks so much. We appreciate what you're doing up here and making us better players that we should wait, as view, of course, is just that much more. You bet. Thanks so much ten fifty two hundred seven sixty WJR we'll be back take your calls. You be owners NBA. Call themselves chairman majority majority shareholders or some other more. Correct sensitive kind of term. Back. When Sunday June ninth at one pm,.

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"mike fay" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on This Week in Science

"That's pretty easy, but now it is time for our wonderful guest interview for the evening. Our guest tonight is David qualm in he has studied at both Yale and Oxford, which means he is released smart, and he has spent his life writing amazing. And I will say amazing stories about nature evolution and man's relationship to the natural world. He contributes to National Geographic magazine and can claim to have been the sole author of one issue, which is. Claim. You can only aspire to in your dreams. He wrote the song of the dodo monster of God, the reluctant Mr. Darwin, spillover Ebola, the chimp in the river and a book about Yellowstone. And most recently, his book the tangled tree, which we are thrilled and honored to speak to him about tonight. David, welcome to the show. Thank you for KiKi. Great to be with you. Great to be with you. Twisters. What have I got? I've got horizontal gene transfer. I've got into symbiosis, I've got tangled trees. I've got transposons. I've got Lynn Margolis Carlos. Oh my gosh. You're teasing up a storm here. Let's go, let's go, yes, all the things now. All right. You have written about the natural world for years and I decade and I, I did become aware of your writing through the song of the dodo. What is it that draws you to write about the natural world? Like what? What inspires you to keep writing amazing book after amazing book? Well, I am deeply interested in evolution, ecology conservation biological diversity on planet earth. Following brilliant scientists, men and women through jungles and swamps getting my feet dirty seeing Komodo dragons running up cliff sites. And learning about the mysteries of molecular biology as well as every other kind of balancing. It's a, I started as a as a fiction writer, and then I gravitated into nonfiction, and the natural sciences became a journalistic beat. So I've been doing this now since about nineteen eighty and I don't have a job, but if I had a job, this would be the world's best job. It would be could be night would, but I don't have one I'm a freelancer, I'm yeah, I'm you have probably of so many probably amazing stories from your experiences. I was reading about a one of your journeys, hiking transact. Oh, oh, this was the greatest privilege of my life. I was asked back in nineteen ninety nine by National Geographic to do a series of articles about a guy, an American ecologist, Mike, Fay who was going to walk two thousand miles across. The Congo basin doing a biological survey when a zigzag path off trail bushwack to to identify what was there? What were the biological hotspots? What were the places that were less crucial? So I spent weeks walking with him. We walked in sandals and river shorts through swamps and jungles and and swam across black lakes. And I read three stories for National Geographic in and I had a wonderful photographic partner. Great. Nick Nichols. Mike Fey was explorer Nick Nichols photographer, and I was the writer great memories of that. The mega transact it was called zone. So the first thing that occurs to me as there's a guy who's who's willing able, he knows that he can survive on a trip like this and he's gonna make this wage and then assigned to other people who may have no experience bushwack ING or surviving out in these kinds of. Conditions for like. Like was that? Was that a thing? Like did you have a lot to learn then or were you already prepared for mission? Well, yeah, it was not. The random choice that they picnic. Nichols photographer me as the writer. They picked us because we were, they hoped the right people for this sort of challenge. We weren't as tougher as crazy as Mike, Fay, but we were close enough approximation that they hoped we could hang with him at least for long sections of this walk. He alone the entire walk, four hundred fifty six days on the trail in the midst of central African forests without a hot shower without sleeping under a roof and doing great work sensing. What was there? And I, I walked for about eight weeks with him, divided into about four stretches, so you know, fifty three fifty fifty three days. I think it was, which is nothing compared to him. Fifty. Three days of wagging through the Congo will we'll give you will give you a sense of of the experience that will give you the flavor of it. I. Feel like I deserve a beer after an afternoon hike..

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"mike fay" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on Mike Drop

"We got from silting four guys and the exa was a guy who I later the the representation guys are later work with and Duke Leonard was a guy who is in backing that day was legend. And he comes out with mash chief, Brian, Keith, and they sit there and they tell us about what, hey, man, we're in the shit. We're going down range and we are doing God's work. They're recruiting because you know how at the end of towards the end of your class, she would do your dream sheet finger on what you wanted. So funny story was I listened to all that, and I was like, that sounds kind of cool. Yeah. Yeah. But on my dream shape, I put one, three, five, and I even put STV team won like I wanted to stay on the west coast and last name Gonzales. You're coming team you. You're going straight over here, dude. And I remember I was complaining that when we got our orders and the instructor Fe, what was Mike, Fay? I remember I was kinda complain. I'll stop ING. I was the only one. So this is what was so funny. I was the only one that went to seal team for my buds glass and for the next three buds classes, I was the only one that went to seal team for no shit. Yeah. So I was a new guy fell, almost you're the new guy was. So funny was my, my roommate was the previous new gay. Oh, man. So he got relieved of that land. Yeah, so I was I was a new guy there. You know, I went through back then was done in house, did it all in house? And I, I remember I got pulled in to the chief of running. S. t. t. super. I mean, the dude had like the thickest, New England accent ever. I mean that guy. I mean, he just bled clam chowder. So his name named Brian and I remember he's like prime bracket. He goes, he goes, hey, you're getting pulled out ST and I about lost it. I thought, oh my God. Yeah, I'm getting fucking kicked out. Fuck what I do. I'm thinking I didn't do anything that everybody else didn't do, you know. And then I start thinking, oh my God. I totally screwed. And he must have seen me just kind of like slowing down, slipped out and he's like, no, no, you're getting pulled out to go into a platoon and getting. Yeah, you're getting ready to go down. So what happened was. Tune that was later to go down and eventually was responsible for all the pre the battlefield prep and stuff. One of the guys broke his arm on a fast rope on the stuff, and so I replaced him. I jumped right in and we literally, I mean, it was a whirlwind tour. I jumped into that platoon and that platoon was stacked. They purposely built apple tune for that mission. And so so did you for for the listeners that don't know two things s. t. t. is seal tactical training, which is the advanced training follow on after you go through buds or original or primary seal school before you go to seal team. But back then and same with even when I was in is that you know, you didn't get your tried your your seal insignia pin awarded to you to to actually become an official seal until you're at the team and you had to go through pro, you know, six months probation and go through chiefs board. Whereas now they hand it to them. The end of the cue to you fucking vehemently disagree with right there with you, but. At any rate, what I'm curious so for you, then how did that? How did that work? Because I know for me, like I graduated GT and then went to the team and had to sit around for six months and go through that whole process. So I got thrown. So I got pulled out to get thrown into the workup to lead up to what we were going to do. So I gotta Fash track through all of that. I still had to go through my chiefs board and my cheese board was stacked with dues. Again, these are all just bucking pipe hitters, old school payers, man, I still have so much respect for these guys..

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"Right, here. West Seattle little league all stars are one step closer moving out there Baseball dreams it's just. Been a dream of. Mine and I never think it. Would come reality Atta boy since I was like seven it's So we're going to, California With their and it's off to williamsport for the Little League World series how they got to this point. A whole lot of grit When you say last year was pretty epic but realizing that we can do it again and then it gets to go farther has been unreal Let's go first they had to win their district Some. Teams breaking those. Moments this one St. to get Let's get some runs. Okay we're gonna get our, Rensselaer school. Getting right now they're one, a dramatic, fashion, so, dramatic the normally sauce spoken. Mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Right now come up and, I kind. Of lost myself a little, bit lost, his, mind That was really special moment there are a lot of people down here in the Kennedy and In the state championship against Pacific it was a winner takes all. Game they took it four. You began to set in the second that lashed out was recorded To Bobby goes to sheriff I just started to run in.

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"All stars are one step closer moving up baseball dreams it's. Just been a dream of mine and I never think it would become reality Boy Since I was like, seven it's it's coming So, we're, going to California With their and it's off to williamsport for. The Little League World series, they got to this point took. A whole lot of grit When you say last year was pretty epic but realizing that we can do. It again and then it, gets to go farther than unreal Let's go first they had to win their district Some teams breaking. Those moments this one stayed together Let's. Get some runs okay we're going. To get Iran's let's go. Get them right now They wanna dramatic. Fashion, so dramatic the normally sauce. Spoken mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Come on, I kind. Of lost myself a little, bit lost, his, mind That was really special moment there are. A lot of people down here in the candy and Tammy Lomb state championship against Pacific it was a winner takes. All game they took it. Four you began to set in the second that last out was recorded Right to Bobby goes to share it I just started to run. In for anybody that I can see can we crack it open A, big reason for the success this season is fake if you can't. Have fun playing little league You know I. Think he got to. Step back and reevaluate p competitor right now Okay He's done an amazing, job preparing their, minds their skilled baseball, players but he's really set their mind to let them know that they can win their. Champion Strong is our modern. It's awesome we have.

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"Their and it's off to williamsport for. The Little League World series, they got to this point took. A whole lot of grit When you. Say, last year was pretty epic but realizing that we can do it again and then it gets to go. Farther has been unreal I, they had to win their district Some teams breaking. Those, moments this one St. to get Let's get some runs. Okay we're gonna get our, Rensselaer school. Get right now they're one, a dramatic, fashion, so, dramatic the normally saw Sporkin. Mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Right now come up I, kind of. Lost the myself a little, bit lost, his, mind That was really special moment. There are a lot of people down here in the Kennedy and The state championship against the civic it was a winner takes all. Game they took it for. You began to set in the second that last out was recorded Bobby goes to share I just started running for anybody. That I could see can we cracking open a big? Reason for the success. This season is fake have. Fun claim little league You know I think he got to step? Back and evaluate competitor. Right now have some fun Mazing job preparing their.

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"Officials call an, attack on President Nicolas Maduro say it was not an attack on Madero is the government says the, Venezuelan information minister says drones armed with explosives detonated near Madero is he, was delivering a speech in Caracas was, broadcast Madero, abruptly cutting short his speech That's how. It sounded the fire officials say it was actually a gas tank explosion inside an apartment smoke could be, seen coming out of a building window Venezuelan government says Medeiros not hurt outside Columbus Ohio President Trump just, wrapped up, a rally These folks, can build. That wall cheered President, Trump is. He called. Them smart and, no longer forgotten part of. Ohio that's, a Republican stronghold but polls show, Tuesday's special election has Republican congressional candidate Troy Alderson neck and neck with the democratic candidate Danny O'Connor Chuck Sivertsen ABC news stay connected stay informed KOMO news this is four seven news on KOMO news I'm Paul Jackson three people injured his bullets. Fly outside a sports bar around, closing time Saturday morning. In a strip mall near southeast one hundred forty street and Kent police questioned the patrons of the bar to try to figure out. What led up to that shooting of those, people injured they're all expected to be okay Protests in Portland. Saturday far white groups patriot prayer the proud demonstrating outside the Tom McCall waterfront. Park in Portland Jason, Gibson leader of patriot, prayer is not about race it's about what's on the inside we're hearing from our. Freedom and, God and. That is, it and, we actually. Have the. American spirit well, we're going to stand up. For what, we believe in unapologetically unafraid our country is getting soft it's getting soft and we need leaders to step up trans Trump supporter Eddie Dixon says patriot prayers diverse but against Islam so diverse there's so many gay people and multiracial people and the only cube I really don't see. Much as Muslims because we. Are We are against Islam Dixon says Lom is no religion and, it interferes with American society sharia law goes against democracy Both and I don't believe it's, a religion and I believe it should be banned for tried to interfere with our democracy back in Washington millions of acres off limits to target shooting because of mounting, fire dangers Indoor gun ranges could soon become more popular Now the target shooting his band on AllState manage public lands. On this is kind of a kneejerk reaction I think by the DNR shopowner wig gore and doesn't. 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Traffic every ten minutes on the forest, northbound Marysville just after one hundred and sixteenth we had a collision taking up, our left lane traffic is backing, up just a mild behind that we have more slowly down south up on that areas the standard down into Marysville look we are clear. On highway eighteen near three or four hundred a year. On, the roadway looks like that may be finally. Out of our way and they were just doing with a little bit of slow southbound five, in Seattle from Northgate through the ship. Canal bridge, Nick support is five forty four Hi there everybody happy seafarer weekend it's a looker outside we're seeing blue skies and sunshine recovering, just in time to warm back up into. The seventy, s to the low eighties for Ed good-looking Saturday afternoon around the shores of. Lake Washington more of the same for seafarers Sunday temperatures starting to inch up into the low eighties and then we keep. Moving, up as the week goes on mid to upper eighties here comes from August heat again by the middle of next week in the KOMO, weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell twenty four seven news continues now on KOMO news a federal judge. Has rejected a Trump administration requests to make the ACLU, chase down deported migrant parents. So, they can be reunited with their children democratic congressman Mark Vesey of Texas says it's not. The ACLU's job to fix the situation that is absolutely, insane that they would ask on a nonprofit organizations to try and clean up a mess that they calls meanwhile. A federal. Judge has ordered the Trump, administration To fully restore that occurred action for childhood arrivals program United States District Judge John debates issued the ruling Friday saying the White House. Failed to provide, justification, for ending. The program President Obama started DACA to, provide work permits and deferrals from deportation to eight hundred thousand dreamers the judge is delaying implementation for, twenty days to give the Trump administration time. To decide, if it wants to appeal his decision that's Brian shook reporting well some little. Leaguers from west Seattle are the state champs but they have their eyes on an even bigger prize komo's Mike Vieira as. Their, story summer has a grip on west Seattle Time of year to enjoy the sunsets Johnny Joe good hands for their families and friends, relax Yeah buddy one local baseball team plays, on holding onto those last lazy days of. August These boys of summer still. Have some work to. Do we got to move our. Feet, catch. Every ball right here west Seattle little league all stars are one step closer Baseball dreams it's just been a dream. Of mine and I. Never think it would come reality Atta boy since I was like seven it's it's coming true So, we're going to California With their and it's off to williamsport for. The Little League World series, they got to this point took. A whole lot of grit When you say last year was pretty epic but realizing that we can do. It again and then it, gets to go farther been unreal Well first they had to win their district Some teams breaking those, moments this one St. to get Let's get some runs okay we're. Going to get Iran's. Let's go. Get them right now they're, wanna dramatic, fashion, so, dramatic the normally sauce spoken. Mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Come, on Kind of lost the myself a, little bit lost. His mind That was really special moment there are a lot of people down here in the community and That night In the state championship. Against Pacific it was a winner-takes-all game they. Took it can? You four you began to set in the second that last out was recorded Bobby goes to share I just started to. Run in for anybody can we crack it open? Reason for the success. This season is fake. Fun playing little league You know I think he got? To step back and reevaluate competitor right now Okay Disgusting he's done an amazing, job preparing their, minds their skilled baseball, players but he's really set their mind to let them know that they can win their. Champion Strong is our. Motto it's awesome we have everybody's back. And we're like brothers now, fourteen boys of, summer from west Seattle, ready to take on the baseball world together as one I don't want this at all The fact that we're playing. Baseball come August is pretty special They play. Sunday at. Four, o'clock against quarterlane going all the way williamsport good luck indeed komo's traffic alert westbound lanes highway to close for the, entire weekend, between lake Stevens in Everett there repaving twenty four seven news. The news you, want when you want it on KOMO news I'm Paul Jackson If the Sounders are going to extend their. Unbeaten streak to seven games left to come from behind in Minnesota trailing one nothing in the first half Darlington tarot the star, of the Luna scored in the matches nineteenth minute coming up at, seven the Mariners with some work to do trailing the as by game, and a half of that second wildcard take. On, Toronto with James. Paxton, on the mound against Marco Estrada after a win last night over Minnesota, at home the storms clear to plow spot next a four game road trip starting Monday in New York fellow by. Game the next, night in. Indiana then they'll be stops a Washington and Minnesota finally Bridgestone..

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"Right here west Seattle little league all stars are one step closer moving out there Baseball dreams it's just. Been a dream of. Mine and I never think it. Would come reality Atta boy since I was like seven it's So we're going to, California With their and it's off to williamsport for the Little League World series how they got to this point. A whole lot of grit When you say. Last year was pretty epic but realizing that we can do it again and then it gets to go farther than unreal I they had to win their district Some teams breaking those, moments this one St. to get Let's get some runs okay we're. Going to get Iran's let's, go get. Them right now they're won in dramatic, fashion, so, dramatic the normally sauce Sporkin. Mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Right, now I kind of lost the myself a little bit lost his mind That was really special, moment there are a lot of people down here in the community and In the state championship against Pacific it was a winner-takes-all game they. Took it can the four. You began to set in the second that last out was recorded To Bobby who goes to share it I I just started to run in her anybody that I can,.

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"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on KOMO

"Stars are one step closer moving out there Baseball dreams it's just. Been a dream of. Mine and I never think it. Would become reality Atta boy since I was like seven It's coming So we're going, to California With their and it's off to williamsport for. The Little League World series, they got to this point took. A whole lot of grit When you say last year was pretty epic but realizing we could do. It again and then it, gets to go farther than unreal I they had to win their district Some teams breaking those, moments this one St. to get Let's. Get some runs okay. We're gonna get our Rensselaer. School get them right now they're, won a, dramatic, fashion, so dramatic normally sauce spoken. Mild-mannered head coach Mike Fay Right now I. Kind of lost myself a little, bit lost, his, mind That was. Really special moment there a lot of people down here in the candy and The state championship against the civic it was a winner-takes-all game. They took it four you began. To set in the second that last out was recorded To Bobby sheriff I just started running for anybody that. I can see can we crack it open a big reason. For the success this. Season is fake have fun playing little league You know I think he. Got to step back. And reevaluate competitor right now Okay, have some fun go, get disgusted he's done an amazing job preparing their minds their skilled baseball players but he's. Really set, their mind to let them know that they can win their champion Tortuous. Strong.

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"mike fay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mike fay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Away and he looked at me like which your problem buddy and then turned around lumbered off but he could just as he looked that without charging here's your instincts for exactly right you want even to know you there and you wanna say to him forcefully you said go away he got it if you ran away he would probably chose to the off well that put a what has worded howdy barbara going when there are at a whole other matter illicitly think there are ethical dilemmas a come from taking photographs of while animals a does nick navigate them differently than other photographers it's hard for me to say what all other photographers you work that jio well now i mean i i work with aperture muscle at signing worked with so many other natural history photographers that i do think nick is especially contests on his affects i think he's really careful not to leave a footprint set to speak whether he's in a cave erred energypoor he's really careful not to influence the situation he had he had to learn that but i think ethics are key i mean how to behave in a while for any photographer and nick you mentioned the knowing the ecology and conservationist mike fay yes uh do you have similar approaches conservation or both both believed that everything is about land you quickly can figure out this number saving the tiger an elephant or necessarily frog of saving the habitat the live in if you can do that you you going to give them a home and that's within the so we we got into this concept of land grabbing.

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