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Masters leaderboard 2020: Highlights from Tiger Woods' strong first round

Sports X Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Masters leaderboard 2020: Highlights from Tiger Woods' strong first round

"ESPN he has encouraged after that strong first round at the Masters. Uh, he asked what he liked about that first round, Tiger said. Everything does that grab Paul Casey's attention? It's got a great everybody. He is the defending champion of golf Tell you wanna do it five times. I think over the years, and he tied his best first round ever with a 400 par yesterday's around the course again this morning. And Paul Casey. The Englishman does have two shot lead over three Americans. Simpson sharply and Justin Thomas. But it's tough for these early stars is the sun isn't fully up already in Augusta, Georgia. Of God to find out how tough it is on a very difficult 12th hole. That part three. Ricky follow. Just love walked out to green with a triple bogey six. So some guys aren't gusto. Guys have terrible finishing today. The 42 guys

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"paul casey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tennessee and Fox, both the Colts and Titans, now six and three on the season. Next hour, they'll resume the Masters, The major golf tournament pushback from April in the Cove in Crisis Round one was slowed by rain and cut short by darkness. Paul Casey, the leader at seven under par I'm David Anthony, and this is Fox News. It is 505. Good morning to you. I'm Patrick Osborne. Let's go. Look at Austin's on time traffic, Not much happening out there on your roadways on this Friday morning things looking good on Mo Pack. I 35 3 60 to 90 and one of the three Let's hope it stays that way. Let's get you look at your news, radio Kill BJ radar, Weather watch low clouds and some sun Today it'll be a very warm afternoon. We'll see a shower too high today 82 from the Weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. This segment rose six, topping Austin's news. The city of Austin has approved and $110,000 lease for a motel in northwest Austin, but the city says it will only be used for covert 19 isolation. The city's Alex Gale explains. There are two kinds of motel conversions. They're operating the first or protective shelters of which they have five, which are helping the homeless population being able to isolate and not spread the disease. Among those congregate, living situations that they're in, he says The latest least motel would be reserved for folks with covert 19 the symptoms or who have been in contact with a confirmed case. Scale says they have one of those, and it has 2 to 90 beds, but they find that much of the space isn't needed. So they're considering this a chance to downsize. John Cooley News radio K L. B J. Adams County Hospitalizations have climbed a 163.

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New Covid cases surge in Midwest

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New Covid cases surge in Midwest

"Breaking day for new cases of the coronavirus in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. WGN's Kim Gordon Illinois, reporting 12,702 new cases, 43 deaths and a positivity rate of 12.6% in Indiana. It's not much better. The state reporting 6654 new cases 51 deaths in a 10.5% positivity rate. The Illinois Department of Health on Wednesday, asking all residents to limit travel work from home on Lee go out for essential items that avoid gatherings of any size for the next three weeks. Indiana will put tighter covert restrictions in place starting this weekend in counties where the virus is surging ahead of the emergency department of Belen Hospital and Green Bay. Dr. Paul Casey tells CNBC that his states and crisis mode with hospital statewide either at or nearing capacity. Hearing

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Casey leads Masters with best major start

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Casey leads Masters with best major start

"But let's start today with a golfer. Taking aim at his first exits the course on thursday. Paul casey is the leader at the master's granted. There's plenty of players yet to finish but it must feel really nice to start as well as you did at seven hundred. How would you assess your performance on thursday Thank you yeah i played. I would assess it as really good. That's a fine assessment. Thank you very much I've been looking forward to this for a long time You know it's been a strange years. Everybody knows and For me this is being. This is gonna be like a highlight honestly. Just come in and being able to play the moss's back at augusta national. I'm as much of a goal fan as anybody else. So it's just a joy to be out there. And and i'm gonna shut it down after this week so to me. It was got there. Enjoy it big smile on the face. Go out the gulf coast. Pretty hot Hit a couple of shots maybe with bit more aggression than i would normally connect maybe lines might be a little bit more aggressive normal and look what happened. You know some good stuff you know shot sixty five around here before. So it's not. It's not a fluke but it's not often the opening round so Yeah i enjoyed every moment of that today. And hopefully that that kind of form continues this week

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"paul casey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Diego. Right now we're looking at 66 degrees. Cloudy skies. Cody Years time, 7 52 and it is time for news about your money. We have Courtney Donahoe from Bloomberg's News desk, and for suddenly today, stocks rising, with the Dow up more than 250 points. President Trump's executive actions over the weekend to extend economic aid. Is boosting investor enthusiasm. He signed four orders to maintain some assistance, including unemployment benefits, Twitter climbing and trading after Dow Jones reported that the company has held early talks about a combination with TIC Tac Microsoft is a favor for a buyout of parts of TIC Tac's operations, with Twitter seen as a long shot at best. Marriotts Oneto a losses. Travel bans weighed heavily on the company's second quarter results, The hotel giant said. Room demand has ticked up since April, with leisure travelers heading out on road trips to regional destinations. And footlocker, soaring after the athletic apparel retailer said it expects to report a profit and rising revenue for the second quarter defined Wall Street expectations. Same store sales increased about 18% in the most recent quarter. Courtney Donahoe Bloomberg Radio. Time now. For Sports Update from extra 13 60 Mike Costa starting off in baseball. Manny Machado Will Myers, Fernando Totti's junior All homered off D'backs started Madison Bumgarner yesterday, Padres beat Arizona 952 Nelson Lament took a no hitter into the seventh. San Diego improved in 19 7 On the year they will now travel to L. A. For four. With the Dodgers beginning tonight, Dear Richards is going to be on the hill against dust in May. First pitch set for 6 40 Catch it on your home for the Padres in town, Fox Sports San Diego In college football News. Commissioners of the Power Five conference is held an emergency meeting yesterday as there is growing concern among college athletics officials that the upcoming football season other fall sports can't be played because of the pandemic, multiple sources and several Power. Five conferences say the commissioner's talked about trying to collaborate if their respective presidents do decide to cancel or postpone fall Sports in golf Column or Akala chipped in for a birdie. It 15 eagled 16 to break the logjam of golfers at 10 under for a six under 64 in the best closing around by a PG champion in 25 years for a two shot victory yesterday over Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson. I might cost with extra 13 60. Fox Sports San Diego Hello, dears. Time. 7 54 and layoffs are expected to hit Warner Brothers and HBO Warner Media announced that it is expected to let go of at least 800 employees at its WARNERBROS and HBO operations. As part of a broad restructuring put in place by the unit CEO Jason Cuyler. Lorna Rose will begin laying off around 650 people starting today. HBO will let go between 150 to 175 staffers. The layoffs come after Cuyler unveiled a reworking of the company's operations, removing the top programming leaders at HBO, Max and consolidating water media's production operations into a single operation Nickel. Magog Hiss NBC News Radio 700 from.

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"paul casey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KOMO

"Dr Nick ET backer, says the turnaround isn't something we are guaranteed. But they're coming down now doesn't mean they stay down. Our estimates are that still the vast majority of people in Washington are susceptible to Copan and being vigilant about things like asking and staying six feet apart. When you're out, that's how we can protect some of these more vulnerable people. The report also highlights a concerning increase in new cases among older people. While they're decreasing and people under 40. It also finds a new cases are up across all age groups and Pierce, Shetland and Douglas counties. Washington authorities say an inmate who killed his cell mate was seeking vengeance on the convicted child rapist who preyed on his younger sister, 25 year old chain Goldsby faces of first degree murder charge in connection with the June 2nd death of his cell mate, 70 year old Robert Munger at Airway Heights Correction Center. Surveillance video shows Goldsby punching, kicking and stomping on mongers head in a prison common area. Munger died three days later. And seven people are lucky they didn't suffer any injury when they entered Oregon's Crater Lake Caldera yesterday, Crater Lake National Park staff heard reports of multiple visitors in the Caldera between room village and Discovery point. Rescue staff repelled over the edge to look for them. Group was eventually spotted near the shoreline below room village. They were able to climb out on their own and were sighted. Let's head to the Co Moh sports desk. Defensive back Quinton Dunbar will be taken out the NFL commissioner's exempt list, making free to join the PSI Oxford training camp. The move is expected to become official on the NFL's transaction list on Sunday. State of Florida decided to drop arm robbery charges in relation to an incident in Miramar and may starting into vision evidence. Dunbar was acquired in a trade with Washington in March for a 20 25th round pick is expected to step in and start at right Cornerback PGA Championship in San Francisco. Scottie Scheffler now has the lead in 900 parties minus six through 17. It is Dustin Johnson Camera Champ Books kept going out only a stroke back at Mina's eight, Cal America 700 Parlor with Paul Casey and Justin Rose. Sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis. Come on news, Big Mac Chicken McNuggets,.

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"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"I've loved our conversation today. Where can people find out more about you in the sauce and marketing? So my website is Paul Casey Dot Org. I don't do Paul. Casey Dot Com. Because that's the British Golfer So Paul Casey Dot. Org is where he can find my stuff on. Specifically time management related. I've written a little. Mini book called maximizing every minute and that is all of my time management hacks in that book that I've either tried or taught I also have an online program that has different openings Throughout the year where we go deep in all these tools that I've talked about and then I free gift for your listeners to Michael and that is a control. My calendar checklist. If you just WanNa get control of your calendar and Start this time management journey here this year you can go to take back my calendar. Dot Com take back my calendar Dot Com. Or if you're texting you can text the were growing to seventy two thousand. So you open a technician. Seven two zero zero zero in text. The word growing that's awesome. Thank you for that. And I'll have that information in the show. Not So Paul. Great connect with you again. Appreciate you and love. Having a fellow advocate for people taking back their life and being able to spend the time the way that they want to spend it gets at may slice.

"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And then then. I coach them through like Hi. How are you going to get that more on your life? A second exercise will do with them. Is What your life one year from. Now what he wanted to look like. You're one your vision and boy. That's really powerful. Because they haven't taken the time. Most people haven't taken the time to figure that out one year from now and I said dream big. You know what what else? What else can you put on there? And then we can sort of back into it with the time management strategies. That will have them. You know you're just talking about intention is really what you're talking about is how can be intentional about getting to that that That blue skies states that you have now mapped out for your life and it's great exercise and I tell people you know WanNa do type goal planning and whatnot and I told him. Yeah Goldberg Absolutely Insane. Big and they say well. I don't think I can hit that so you don't know unless you try and also you. Can you know using a Steve Jobs analogy? Okay what do you want at any year? All right work backwards. Where yet now work backwards and figure out what steps you need to take and I tell them okay. Let's see you get eighty percent of the way there. What's Your Life GonNa look like? If you've hit eighty percent of the goal earlier approaching let me see. My life would be absolutely transformed an amazing okay. That's awesome that means. You've got a really good goal and you you see it as being attainable and I think that's a big thing. Yes it's going to be a stretch but as people know with diamonds you know it's Iraq and you know a great this Iraq and well once you refine it then turns into a very overpriced rock but that's another story for another day. So what's what's the next step. Do you help people with I would say to front load those priorities. So it's the old people. Do the old Stephen Covey quadrant. I think it's called the Eisenhower Matrix. official name. But it's the urgent important matrix you know with the four quadrants and quadrant to one is the one that's not urgent but it's important if you leave it for too long. It's going to bite you if you choose to do it. It's going to move the ball forward but no one is in your face yelling at you to ready. Thank you note or personally developed today. You know it's sort of funny to think about someone running in and telling you to do that. There's nothing urgent about it but boy are they important tasks so I tell people to put those into your calendar. I and and definitely front-load into the morning because we're all procrastinators at some level Hi My name is Paul and I'm a procrastinator. You know so even though I teach this stuff. I still procrastinate something almost every day. Because it's not it's it's hard. It's hard to have that self discipline but if we can get on it right away. Most people's prime time is ten to twelve in the morning. Not Everybody but most people say that's their most creative or critical thinking time to put their tasks is just get out at right away. And it's going to start a snowball positive snowball of productivity for the rest of the day. You'll be amazed at all the little things you get done. When you've gotten your three big priorities done. By that time I really believe afternoons are runaway. Trains a love that quote afternoons a runaway trains. And that's that's when you just keep dragging those big priorities into the afternoon. And then what happens? You know you your your your kid calls from schools ain't GonNa pick me up dad Or or your boss says I need this by five and you start to freak out because now you're like now I can't get my heart. He's done again loser. You know you you beat yourself up for procrastinating yet. One more time so if you front load in the morning that's going to help you set the tone for productivity. I've even heard it said you know. Make your bed first thing in the morning because You know fifteen second task is going to already start you in that productivity mindset. Follow that I make make the bed. My better half never really did so she's given NCO. Okay no he's just gonNa make the bed that's fine at says it didn't end up in a war or anything like that. I know that you know Brian. Tracy wrote that book eat. The Frog loved that book. Yeah and it's it's one of those things where if I see something I'm like at I'll think of it like okay. Let's talk. Let's let's eat this frog and get it over with and I will say at least personally speaking that the majority of the time two things happened number one. I realized it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. An to the relief that I feel that it's done is just amazing and I can than go onto the next two or three things that I wanna accomplish for the day and I agree with you with my energy level. My mornings are task. I don't WanNa say heavy because I don't load up my days but I I tend to steer anything that involves a lot of brain power and thinking and and creativity in the morning and then my afternoons the runaway train as a great example A lot of people end up getting their momentum and they're trying to wrap some things up so that's what I find. I tend to have more eruptions in the afternoons than I do the mornings so I ended up doing that way and then for a long time. I used to go into the office a lot earlier than anybody else. Just like you get the stuff done before anybody else showed up And then I adapted to that a little bit. I don't need to get up that early because what he was doing is I realized it was making my days a lot longer than they needed to be. Because I wasn't able to leave early. 'cause there are still things that need to be done and I thought okay nice concept for me but it's actually burning me out. I thought okay. Let's let's change this and it's made a big difference in what you do. Is You pick two or three things that you want to get done and work on us and do your best to stay dedicated deep work. Kill Newborn wrote the book deep. Work it go into it and just do those things and get it done finish. There's something to be said about finishing things and feel guilty when you don't. It's a horrible feeling to live in. Is I still didn't do it? I still don't have it or I need to. I need to get get someone to do that. Or were living in that I think I think it's Brian Tracy calls it someday. I'll like don't live on some day. I'll someday I'll do that hobby or some day. I'll write that reports you know don't live there because it's like the eighth day of the week you know it never comes or the twenty fifth our you know our it never shows up so Is there anything else? You'd think that young people need to focus on when the one tackle The time management that works for them a couple of a couple of shorter tips are one would be to do one thing at a time. I know that sounds like a dub at multitasking is very overrated The say that only two percent of the population can actually do that and you might be in that two percent but odds are you're not in that your brain can only process one thought at a time. That's when people say you're not going to watch this Webinar and I'm going to do my budget. You know it's like No your brains either in the budget or in the Webinar at that moment so I like to think of multitasking as messing up two things at once. So you're actually lowering quality instead of thinking. You're you're trying to get ahead so if you've got a lot of tabs open on your computer it's so small you can only see like dot or one letter that might mean you got a problem with this. Any just need to take care of that task. Closed the tab take care of the task closed the TAB because we tend to make mistakes We get interrupted and we don't finish stuff with quality. So that's one Delegations a big one if you're in a leadership role you don't your shoulders aren't big enough to carry everything yourself you've got to change your mind said from you know. I I heard Simon Senecas new book The infinite game he he talks about leaders are responsible for the people who are responsible for the results and this is a mind shift for a lot of producers to become leaders. They think they're responsible for the results. Well yeah maybe ultimately but there are a number one focus should be on the people and so we've got to offload some stuff That anybody can do just as well as we can. And maybe even better And we got a train them well enough that they can do it as well as we can. Or maybe they've got a better way. So delegations of big one and then I'll give you one more and that's the goal with your biorhythms for the day so not everyone is a morning person there are night. Owls may not help the at work. All the time but There are afternoon people. I'm GONNA afternoon person like a good one o'clock meaning like everybody else is like what? Maybe it takes me that long to ramp up you know. And then everything after that is is ramping down but We all have different. Bil- rhythm they called a Krono type as well. You can go on and take a survey of a book called the power of when You can do the power of win Quiz Dot Com and you can find out which animal You are with your Krono. Type your sleep pattern and when your best honor game bringing bringing you're a game so it's important to put those critical tasks in that sweet spot. It feels like you're doubling your impact when you do. There's so much gold. What you've said you know they agree. The multitasking is just an absolute disaster. And you're trying to use both sides of your brain and often that doesn't work The delegation I was horrible at delegation before my own burn out story and afterwards the pendulum has definitely swung in the other direction. Where now anything? That lands on my dusk. My I look at. It is okay. Who besides me could do this and if someone could do it the next step? Which initially wasn't that step after that. It's like okay. What else have I given that person? Is this going to overwhelm them by handing them this particular thing or can we utilize the Eisenhower method? And Go okay. Where does this land and and figure that out and I was working with the client. The other day and something came in. That was important and urgent was strong time commitment as far as grant application that a government agency typically likes to let you know about grant funding and they give you about five seconds to get the application and so And of course they want four hundred hours worth of documentation. Put it with it so I I'm not a big fan of how they do that but I recognize. That's the game But that's you know again one of those examples of learning delegate and delegate right and the the by rhythm sing is something that resonates with me as well because I think people go through their workdays in their lives and they're doing things that don't line up with their energy levels at that time figure out where your energy is during the day and I'll definitely have in the show notes that linke shared figure out. What makes you tick where your energy levels are during the day in a line your day with those energy levels you will find that you will accomplish more?.

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"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Mhm welcome back. I've got Paul Casey on the line. Hey Paul how are you fantastic over here in eastern Washington State? That's great. It's actually was sunny in Toronto which I know for a lot of people that are familiar with this area. That doesn't happen much at the time of this recording which is in February But I looked out the window just a few minutes ago before jumping on here and it's snowing sideways so The son was a was a cameo appearance. And so I'm Kinda used to that. That's why you know for most senior. I get my vitamin D out of a bottle and whenever I can get to a destination I take advantage of that so I got great great for you to be on the show and today I want to talk about in. You do a lot of different things you even speaking for quite a long time and you talk about a lot of different things leadership and went up today. I think one message I think that really resonates with you and with me as well is is time management and really helping people take back control of of their life because I see too many people trying to do twenty hours of work in a four hour time span and not accomplish anything and make mistakes and hate life and are visible and then they go to bed and wake up and they do it all over again and they're going why is this not working So let's talk about that today. So what interested you in learning about in in talking about time management started way back with my mom being a teacher and so she was always busy always intentional with her time even while watching. Tv She was making bulletin boards in grading papers and So then I became a teacher following in my both my parents footsteps and we both have that industrious side of us. I I teach four personality types. You know it's the beaver style is the industrious one. And then I when I was in my first job as a teacher my principles saw something in me that I didn't see myself. And that was lou leadership and he asked me to be his vice principal part time teach p half the day and I thought wow. That's a stretch. I wasn't there. Never have that picture in my mind and one day. I walked into his office. He is obstacle like a bomb. Hit it just piles all over the place. I don't even know how he was organized at all and I said Hey can i. Can I take a shot at that? And he's like sure. Go knock yourself out. I'm going on a conference. So I put everything in piles by reading material. Memo's the day of memos and and other kinds of like invoices the suffer that was overdue past due and it came back like Tada presented it all to him now you can be productive while it just took a few weeks before he was back to his old ways but I did find something that day. Michael that was life changing. That was a pamphlet called the organized executive and it was a time management pamphlet about eight pages long and it was all these time management hacks and I totally nerd it out on it and so every time I read he said I could have it and every time he I read. I got a new hack and I would try it out to see if it worked while I was in leadership and just over time. We just kept studying in just kept getting drawn to Helping people with time management. I remember seeing that document a while ago and I. It's it's timeless. It's even in this day of instant. Everything online access smartphones and whatnot. The principles are there and it's crucial for people to learn the hacks that work for them and I think that's one thing that a lot people when they first hear somebody say okay and time management. They think okay. Here's this you turn your your keyboard at ninety degrees. Do this have your mouse. Approximately eight inches from here and it's no no no. It's lets you meet them where they're at in figuring out okay. This is what works for you like for me I tell people successful mornings and I say you start your day off the right way but a lot of people think okay. You want me to get up at four. Am and go to the gym and do this technology if you should be active if you WANNA work out in the morning. Great if you're better working out in the evening in the afternoon great whatever works for you but use something that works for you and the same thing with with managing your time figuring out how to manage it. So what are some of the things you teach people about how to approach better management of their time? I have a model called the The fulcrum framework for Focus F words. But they're all positive ones and the whole concept of teeter totter and went to a seminar years ago about burn out and it was a guy that was totally burned out. He had to go to a monastery even to sort of flesh. Def- rag and just be silent forever. He said he only escaped wants to look at his phone but it was. It was pretty funny seminar that he did but it was serious serious. I know you talk. Burn out to and so he said it's not work life balance so picture. The teeter totter work on side life on the other. You'll never get completely bounce. Because in three seconds you'll be off balance again. But he said think about the fulcrum slide it to work or to life where it's needed most And don't do it equally. Just do it's needed most so I've taken that little focus of that triangle and made a model out of that where you start with foundation and then you determine what matters most. What are your priorities than How do you set up your calendar? some habits for your calendar and then you move towards daily managing that. That's the self-discipline of staying on top of it and then how do you avoid those barriers for those interrupters distracter in your life because Susan make a plan? You know life punches in the face. So you gotTa have a responsive plan so the first step If you want to get to the hacks right away that the ones that changed my life the first one was to at the end of today. Plan out your top three priorities for tomorrow and become sort of this. This daily Preview Daily Review Preview. If you work nine to five you know. It'd be the four thirty previews some people call it. Whatever that last thirty minutes before you call it a day and you take that time and you stop what you're doing and you say my day is over now. Let's look at tomorrow. What am I three things that I just have to get frustrated but didn't get these three things done tomorrow and by doing that. You are able to now transition into your life life of your hobbies your family And then go to sleep. You know thinking tomorrow I know when I get to work. I've got a plan and your brain actually works on stuff while you're sleeping so you actually get an additional benefit and sometimes in the shower you wake up with a great idea like I know I'm going to do and it's because you've been thinking about it all night subconsciously so that's my first one. Those are crucial and I find the same thing were. You're thinking about something and even for me so occasionally I'll wake up in the middle of the night and I'll go. That thought came to mind. Where'd that come from? Saul write it down. I don't try to go to the computer or anything like that. I just let me just write a note and a couple of things so tomorrow morning when I fully wake up I can look at the note and go all right. What what are they right there? What I used to work in healthcare so my my handwriting kind of adopted after doctor so occasionally I look at him like what in the world does that. Say and I don't remember like I'll keep it and maybe it'll come to me. Well it's gone in the ether forever. But I do that because then it's like okay. There's there's something there that clarity came about because of me calming myself enough to be able to have that thought come to minus. You know you hear and you use the analogy on the shower ideas. Come to mind. And when you're in that state where you are just you're pretty much president. I mean although some of assumptions going autopilot when we'd take showers and whatnot but there's your mind is working through some things and it'll it'll flush it out and it actually makes Great great sounds when those things come on. So yes. So what are some of the other techniques that utilize the second one I would say is To make appointments with yourself this. This was a game changer. Also called time blocking by many other productivity experts. But it's where Like I didn't I didn't like the legal pad of to do lists which most people have. I saw it as sort of A. I don't want to do list and so I would only look for the things on there. That were easy or fun and just across those often get shot dopamine you know as I went Across the thing off my list I wasn't getting the big things done so I don't work out where I heard the idea but it was to actually go into your calendar. Take that thing on your to do list and put it anytime block. Nine o'clock am. I am going to start writing performance review on Jenny or whatever that is and you allocate overestimate the time it's GonNa take to do it. Make the block and then when that comes at nine o'clock drop everything must have somebody in your face and you. You actually do that task as if you're meeting someone in a coffee shop which of course you would never stand somebody up intentionally in a coffee shop and I'm not GonNa come in and then you lose friends or clients very easily if you did that but why do we do this to ourselves. Why do we not respect ourselves enough to stick to those time blocks that we've carved out or ourselves? That's a big one the time blog. Can I do something similar in to the People? I work with An exercise in again. And thank you for the though the lead in on the burn out Topic is yes. Typically who I work with people that are you know either really burned out rapidly approaching it and one of the common things I see. Is You know. They don't schedule time with themselves. Like you do and key thing that flushed out for me as well not only are they not scheduling time with themselves. They're not doing things in life that they enjoy. They've just completely cut it out of their life. So I have people exercise whether it's in workshops or conferences or one on one is I have people it takes sheet of paper and draw vertical line down the middle of it and on the left side. I have them list several things that they really enjoy doing. They love could be coffee shop going to the movies dinner with friends. Whatever it doesn't matter just list all the things that they look forward to they enjoy and give them a few minutes and then after that I say okay now on the right side of those items right down the last time he did them and they moan every time in a room doesn't matter if there's ten people or thousand people I hear groans and moans and those are self reflecting because they realize. I'm not doing things in my life that I like to do and I asked him. Why aren't you doing this? And they say I don't have time and I literally I just I know they're going to it and I just like sitting back in like okay. That's like I've go to the store a lot and I still haven't found that twenty six hour clock anywhere. We all have the twenty four hour edition and Thankfully I. I know how to do military time working in healthcare for a bit you know. Most the clocks in hospitals are latte anyway but ultimately you need to start doing things in your life that you enjoy and I use the exercise similar to you you know booking. An appointment with yourself is okay. Let's let's pick two things and let's find some time on your calendar in the next couple weeks and do those and don't miss them. Don't push them off unless you absolutely have to go do that in start doing that again. Because it using your your teeter totter example. That's like goes hand in hand with that because otherwise you're just all at work and you're on the ground. You're not doing anything. You're just sitting there or decaying quite frankly So and I love that exercise. It makes perfect sense. In a highly encouraged people take some time on your calendar and do stuff for you. Whatever it happens to be even if it's staring at a wall and not doing anything just to reflect and look look upon how awesome your life is Take that is into it. That that's really good. I do an activity to probably Mardi yours where it's a it's a sheet of what I want more in my life right now and it's about thirty words and it's it could be anything from affection to vision to energy or Affirmation whatever it is they need more of and they circle as many words as just POPs into their head. That at that. Time like yeah. I feel a deficit in that area..

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"paul casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Plus five is surprising. He has been very good player. And he has a very bad round. For Paul Casey today. Really terrible round. A lot of people picked him picked him to win Schwarzer plus five O'Connell plus five Wallace Noren Ola, plus three Matsuyama bad round, plus three a lot people picked him. Will it plus three? And then from there speak only play five plus one I picked Perez my newcomer this year. He's plus two nine eight around plus two first round. He's in the he's finished her today. Plus, it's terrible. First time around the cost plus two that's not bad. Bubba watson. Who you always have to watch plus one through seven holes again up at you can live with that. What you want to do the first day is get even better. If you do that, you're okay. Nobody's lighting up the cost where it's crazy. If you're even Paul a better. That's that's okay. Couple of guys I picked I picked. Bubba Watson thirty five to one. I picked leash minute forty five to one I picked Grillo at two hundred ninety five to one played even today, which is not bad. I bet onto ninety five the one I'm as good back to ninety five the one what else could you ask for two hundred ninety five to one. Win but take a shot to fly or a two hundred ninety five the one he played even par around place today. So he was okay. And I have Cabrera Bello also and he's on the part through eight holes. He's a dangerous player at Fleetwood who's always closest is is one under lease men's one on the three seventeen. So you know, you got a lot of guys in the mix as you would expect after one round. And of course, the story line is Tiger Woods as we said. We have the golf to get to we have been coming up at five tomorrow, I have Iran, do and VA. We'll do other things we'll make NBA picks. We'll go through all the matchups. We'll save all that tomorrow. Because obviously we got all the best will beginning on a weekend. But we'll get all the matchups that away. I'm sure you know them by now anyway. So no real drama there. That's yeah. Because day off Mets obviously in Atlanta. Everybody stacked up in that division. Right. Where you know, what you expect them to be? I mean, so right now, you got to be going to be happy with we had a mess on. You can't be you can't be worried. You got some afternoon. Baseball today on a Thursday Mets tonight with Matt's against Guzman. That's in Atlanta at seven twenty this evening as we said the Yankees have weekend set with the White Sox. And before the Red Sox commit on Tuesday and the Yankees and Red Sox can commiserate about everything that's going on. So there's your coli to patent a patent Kaz area. I think he's the first time started this year. I a rookie on the cost to three hundred. So you got woods Rahm. Scott. Harding, woodland and Khazari all three on the par. So far a lot of guys we'll company live from the town fair tire studios. Powered by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire. Nobody let me give you a pair. Yankee royals tickets right now. Here we go Yankee fans Thursday box off splits right here on the fan. Got tickets to the.

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"paul casey" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"You know, there's other guys you see that with someone give you an example, Paul Casey, the guy's got fantastic form. He's a great match play. But he doesn't win that often. He tends to choke under pressure more often than not when he sees us name at the top of the leaderboard, so macaroni. I'm not too concerned about you know, that's the toughest thing is to try to find these golfers that have that consistent form that can can handle the pressure that have been there Rory's one before he's one big tournaments. So I don't have any doubts about his ability. It's especially on the heels of Virginia. And I remember talking to a friend of we show you the first round we were watching games, and he's like Virginia. Never does this. Never win tournament time. I'm like just because it hasn't happened. Doesn't mean it won't. And we saw that with Phil Phil finally got over the hump, although we're still waiting on the US open. So I do believe some of the stuff is a process and so- McElroy demonstrated an ability and other tournaments, and it's only a matter of time. I agree with you. You said this is the best golf he's been playing. Why is that? Well, he's just consistent with his form at the top and all aspects of his game or just clicking right now. I mean, he's just obviously hits a ball along way. But his approach the green his putting's been great. I mean, just everything about his game. You know, he won the Players Championship, and that's considered the fifth major. So that's obviously a big event with one of the strongest fields in golf, and he's been top six every other event. I discount the matchplay if it's not a stroke play in you know, I don't put too much stock in how these guys did with that. But in the stroke play events, he's been absolutely fantastic. And that's the thing when you're betting these futures one thing you want to look for is to give yourself a chance with a few guys on Sunday. And there's so many guys that have inconsistent form if you can find these guys with some type of consistency. Just want to have the opportunity to cash ticket. Come sunday. So let's talk about the.

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Inside the Field: WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

The Golf Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Inside the Field: WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

"So another golf tournament is in the book southbound championship Paul Casey your winter. We are now on the world golf championship. Dell technologies match-play event of what you and I have both been I'd say critical of just the format. I think the round Robin of the next three days is a complete waste of time. And they're trying to change it to include thirty two guys and the player said, nah. Let's here's something. I've gotta say about vow Spar last week. All right. The winning score was eight under par. Innisbrook Copperhead course, does not get enough credit for how awesome it is. Well, yes, and no, I think it got a little bit of do last year. Because Tigers in it. So everybody was watching it. So people that weren't familiar with the snake pit and everything goes on. You're like, oh, that's a decent little track. But yes by large. I would say you're correct. Yes. Because that golf course again is a golf course that is not huge. Now. It's not a big giant, golf, makers course, exactly. And you throw a live just a little bit of wind in there. It's not like it was blowing. Like it does at the Honda where blows thirty miles an hour. And guys just hate that golf course. This is a golf course. That guy's really like 'cause it forces you to hit golf shots, and I'll tell you you watching Paul Casey. There's a reason that guy is always in contention at the masters. Funny that you say that because there were plenty of guys Jason day who said that they were playing in his Brooke because it reminds them the most of agus, correct? So now, it just reminds them of Augusta has not even close to the speed, no or the length or even the width of Augusta. But the shot making that you have to hit their and surprising enough for Florida. Some of the elevations changes are similar. Yeah. And so in that's that's the beauty. That course in that tournament. That's why always when I'm in one of these pick 'em leagues. There's a, you know daily fantasy when you look at some of these guys for the masters, Paul Casey, no matter, what is one of my guys because the value you get outta him. But at the second shot course Innisbrook set can shot course, Augusta's a second. Shot. Course your drive is. Here's the thing about saying. It's a second shot course though Augusta. Yes. Because so I did a thing. I was asking guys. So I got seven seven guys or eight guys. And I asked them, you know, for here's your holes. Here's your holes. Here's your host. Give me the most important was the key to this whole and not one dude was like what you have to be on this side. And every guy started with you have to hit the fairway you have to hit the fairway, and I thought to myself as long as we've been hearing about how much of a second shot. Golf course Augusta is because of where you have to hit the green every guy that I spoke to which were all masters champions, every single one of them every single masters champion said the same thing you have to hit the fairway you do. But if you have any chance like you're not gonna accidents birdie a hole in Augusta, and it's not going to happen. Your second shot of where you land it because those gray. Raines I'd say maybe the eighteen holes two of them have greens where there's flat areas. Maybe. Yeah. So you have zero chance of scoring at. That course, if you don't land your second shot in the right area of the green to put yourself in a position to make the putt now Augusta's not hard to hit. If you don't hit the fairway at Augusta. You're not screwed. It's not accept on fifteen yet as one whole day. That's right fifteen. You gotta hit the right, so yeah. Because in your popping it out for to your punching up for three you're laying. You're you're giving away scoring hole or not doesn't really matter on them.

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"paul casey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So what I plays the metropolitan division awhile. Right up. Riskier past hoping while delay to one hundred point three Luke Kuhn and had the go-ahead tally would just over seven and a half lab. Devon Dubrovnik Twenty-one stops the wild moved into playoff position beating the Cavs two to one Minnesota leapfrogging Arizona and Colorado to move into the second wildcard spot in the Western Conference. The cats remain three points up on both pens in aisles for the top spot in the metro more college coaching news, Bryce, drew out as bandy coach. They went twenty one and forty three over the last two seasons, including oh, an eighteen you heard me, right. Oh in eighteen in the SEC this year sources telling ESPN's Jeff zella debatable is looking to assign drew to another position within the school in order to avoid paying his buyout. They went nine and twenty three first team in sixty five years to go winless in the southeastern conference anytime Avery Johnson negotiating a buyout with Alabama is seventy five and sixty two since taking over the tide in two thousand fifteen daddy Manny will return for six season and wait for us despite his third twenty law season in five years demon deacons ended eleven and twenty two season with a loss to Miami in the opening round of the tournament and back to the big dance tournament Florida state head coach Leonard Hamilton on the prospect of dealing with John rant on the heels of the Murray state point guard turning in the first tournament triple double since twenty twelve notices that the he's one of the most exceptional players that I've had a chance to watch play. He's kind of a throwback to guys who have the ability to score points. But also. So has the passion and the excitement about creating opportunities for his teammates. Guys who can lead the NBA scoring also lead them in assists at the same time. Johnson who got so much joy for making the game easier for his teammates. Even the key player like Muggsy Bogues guy who is capable of going out and scoring points. But he has an uncanny away of making the game easy for opponents and Minnesota coach Richard Patino on the heels of the gophers win over Louisville, which you know, his dad had to be happy about getting Michigan state tonight with all the talk of the tough love from Tom Izzo Petito among the many who had no issues at all with how long time Spartans coach handle things on Thursday. I can tell you this. I mean, I'm not surprised that there's outrage there's outrage with everything that goes on with everything that any of us do. So that's not a surprise. As for coaches, though. I mean, I've coached against him now for six years, and I've never seen a group of players that play harder respect and love more. That coaches, oh, he's going to be hard on them. But whenever you watch them play every single player runs off the core. When he talked him they arm around him. Right. You know? So he's tough on him. He should be tough on. That's why he's in the hall of fame. But I'll tell you this. And I didn't I didn't see too much of all that. But I know his players love playing for him. And I was at Michigan state when they had the national championship team with with Magic Johnson all those guys that came back in. I don't know if they had a lot of people that miss that. Yeah. And miss meantime, from the PGA Paul Casey Austin, cook share the lead of the bar championship in Florida, Duke and Virginia dominate in the second half, San Jose is proven to be the venue for the big dance of said that's next. This is sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio. Stay with us..

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"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And there's a our show sections says podcast right on the front screen and the couple cool ones. We did twenty five years ago. I did a an hour long interview with Sam Snead, and we cut that into two halves. And and that's a that's a cool one. The if you're a a golf historian or a old time golfers. I am that I think he'd really enjoy the conversation that Tom Spencer, and I had was Samsung. Twenty five years ago believe it or not, and and then we replayed it this year the other one Johnny Miller when he announced his retirement from broadcasting. Johnny was nice enough to sit down with me for about a half hour to forty minutes. So we cut that into a couple of different podcasts as well. So that was that was a real good real good one as well. So so so pretty pretty cool stuff with the podcasting. And we are going to be back on the air. Saturdays is the plan. We believe next Saturday. We'll get going again, we're going to miss the last couple of weeks of March, and then and then the first week of April because of college basketball, and then we will ticket through the summer again is is the plan. So that's that's our current proposed schedule, and we look forward to get back into the the routine of every Saturday and really really enjoy it. This is going to be a big. Spring with the the PGA moving the the Players Championship moving be an exciting. Masters with Patrick Reid is defending champion. So so we're looking forward to a big spring, and then lead up to the US open down here at Pebble Beach in June. Which is always exciting to have it in our backyard. And in a lot of prep work going on for the two thousand twenty one US women's open Olympic club, the two thousand twenty. Play at. Harding park PPC Harding park. So really cool stuff there. There's also the PGA meta he'll championship will be played at lake per said. I believe that's the end of April. First couple of days of may. And that'll be a fun one for those of you that that like to get out and watch the PGA golf. I've even said to friends of mine that are I don't let's say middle aged guys. And and women that are. You know, let's say a fifteen handicap the women are really more. If you wanna watch golf to learn about your golf swing and and learning from something there. I'd say probably golf swing that. That's the best place to watch and maybe for short game and creativity shots, probably the PGA tour level is is where you want to where you want to watch. Because I think these guys are pretty clever with their game, and you need to create a fair amount of swing speed to to hit some of those shots the flop shots and the the real spinners out of the bunker. So yeah, that's just a little little tip for you here to to kind of have to work with your game. And and and learn it, I think one of the rules. This year had mentioned that you know, some of the rules of golf that have that have changed the tapping down spike marks and other damage on the green that's probably one of the the big ones that'll help people's games were if you really playing by the actual rules Goff. You weren't allowed to do that for. For some time. They just did a little interview on golf channel with CBS with Ray Romano who has finished his round there are four shots back. And I think that that's not gonna be good enough for him to to pull out a championship here, Paul Casey and his partner, Mr. cholera in from FedEx, our our one shot ahead. And and still in there. Kind of going away. So Paul case he's out of bogey that he made I believe missing a bogey Casey made. No, he doesn't know. Paul Casey, I believe is made bogey at eleven will get an update here in a moment for for that. And Phil Mickelson missed his birdie. Putt there. He had a twenty five footer kind of a downhill slider from the back left of the green to about a middle right position. And missed that one. He's got about a four footer three footer coming back here up the hill. And let's see what Phil does with this one made a lot of these putts this week, and you know, these poetic greens, these can be a little bit tricky from time to time. But Phil gets it in makes his par. And then may put filling the leisure left to double check. If Paul Casey looks like he made par there on on eleven. So they are coming down the stretch. And let's say they can probably get in about three to four more holes. So that'll take them to. Let's see there on eleven twelve thirteen fourteen. So they'll they'll have to play about four holes. Tomorrow starting at fifteen finish at fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen so that will be what their future will hold for them tomorrow. And then fill at changed his schedule a little bit, and he will be playing in Los Angeles at the Genesis tomorrow. The other players see will Kim. Hitting thirteen hit one in their close about five feet. He is currently three back and that would give him a a good shot of getting up closer he four hundred through thirteen holes today. So that's actually fourteen the par-five that he's on. So as I said it actually Paul Casey did make bogey there at at eleven. Hit it in the bunker long where he was there. So all of a sudden, it's taken them that many holes, but through eleven holes now, he's given up three-shot lead that he had starting the day. So. You know, that that was pointed out again by Doug, Ferguson with the Associated Press earlier to the fact that Paul has not been a great finisher over the year or so so be interesting to to watch him as he comes down to it. Hey, Darren let's let's hear one more little we'll hear one more little piece from Paul Casey. I was kind of intrigued by this one about his penis first pro event and Paul real nice guy in one of those guys you want to root for and he was in the interview room the other day and had a a real good batches things to say, but let's hear one last bit from Paul Casey on this being his first golf professional event that he ever entered many years ago. And speaking of the US open, obviously, you you play the guy that has some success here in two thousand ten just curious during the course of the three days what kind of conversations that you guys have just about. This course, just about the whole atmosphere. Type of thing started here. My my I think this is the very first effort professional events I played in tour events I played in PJ tour European tour. Any Paul Spangler was kind enough to reach out to me. I just turned pro and extend an invite through very sensitive right channels. And I was Seth war that year failed miserably. Still have a friendship with Seth. So I guess they didn't feel totally. And then when my career. Progressed I predominantly played in Europe. So the Middle East swing that time of year was was clashing for a lot of it. So I. Didn't really have the opportunity to play because I was focused over there. And then the last few years, you know, stepping away from European tour in twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen season. He I didn't it wasn't really kind of on the radar guided rethink about it, and my relationship with Don has has grown and he really wanted to play. And I was a little reticent admittedly, having having seen this so much on TV. Knowing what it can be like around here. There are two factors. Big factors ones. The weather, obviously, if you have great weather, this is one of the best places on the planet and to if you have the right partner, it can be wonderful. And if he died, then so it's it's a tricky one. I can at least I can guarantee one of those elements last year we had both. And it was such a great experience with Don, I feel, you know, even if even if we get a bad year weatherwise, I mean, it's it's a wonderful place to be he's such a great guy to play with the US Open's here in June. You know, I've got I've got to do it. Again, why not had success? Ultimately is with my my game. Everybody's hitting a longer than I am nowadays. So I got I got a cherry pick. And I had decent result round here last year. So it's going to stay on as long as I have decent results know, why wouldn't I play it? There's Paul Casey and again, really acute cute story. Interesting story about him. Being invited to play here when he was young in his professional career and did not play. Well, but but moved moved along with it. So the players are now on on on twelve and we've got a fillip calling in that many of you know, and you've probably seen them on on Cape PIX channel five many many times. Dennis Donald checking in your out there with Phil Mickelson's group. Dennis thanks for calling in John. How's it doing? Good. Good. So we've got Phil Mickelson all of a sudden lead. And he's got it on the fringe on twelve and it looks like Paul Casey now shot back is in the Bucker at twelve. Yeah. Well, you saw miss a couple makeable birdie putts on five and seven and then it gets hot. Would that be stuck that approach whether tap in birdie, and then he got moving I tell you what what I notice is the gallery is ninety nine point nine percent behind Phil. And I I don't gotta be difficult for Paul Casey play like that. Because Eric confidence that Nicholson carries on. This course, knowing every nook and cranny, and then what the crowd one hundred percent behind him. I it's gotta be tougher ball play. And and he's startling now in the last couple of holes bogey there. Now, he's in the trap twelve. So those in pretty good shape. You know, you gotta catch when he grabbed you by the throat, not look what he's doing now, and we talked to Doug Ferguson with the Associated Press earlier. He had the staff that Paul has had four other leads up to four shots that he didn't close the deal in PGA tour events, so. This is this is almost exactly what Doug it predicted. That Paul would have a hard time closing this one out. So so interesting I hadn't really thought too much about it fills got such a love affair with this place that you know, he's the fan favorite. Yeah. And and you said Casey has a tough time closing it out. I think you you can adult down on that in on. This course against the player. He's with right now. So. Wheelhouse. We've seen it before. I just I like I like watching Phil. Stand there. Well, while he watches other players play. He just takes it in you, see the confidence when he's at Pebble Beach and and to follow him to watch him almost place. It's quite astounding especially that is age..

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"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Then Paul missed it on top of them and number eleven which is the uphill whole away from the ocean. Phil has hit in the right? Rough in it's settled down quite quite low. Paul Casey is in a very similar position. Also in that rough. That's really a tough tee shot there. Because when you're you're hitting up over the hill, it's really a blind tee shot, and there's not even sort of a house to aim out or or or a certain landmark, you just kind of have to know, the the alignment, and it's mixture a tough one and the way the the hill is set up you really have to aim much further left than you ever imagined. And I know I've hit shots there where I hit it. What I thought was far too far left, but it turned out to be just right? And and so that's a kind of a tough. Tough shot there to gauge a little bit. But so we've got a logjam. Now, we got Casey and Mickelson tied at the top. And again for those folks that maybe have just tuned in in the last couple of minutes. I'll I'll read this announcement. Again, it's we've been speculating it since we came back on the air at three thirty that play would not finish today and the tournament office through Leslie Varney, and Steve John have have sent out the official announcement which reads tournament play will conclude on Monday, February eleventh admission is free and no ticket is required to attend the seventeen mile drive would be open to the public and the gate fee will be waived for spectators attending the tournament. No upgraded ticket venues or private hospitality will be open. The three concession will be open from eight AM to noon parking is available at the Pebble Beach visitor parking lot follow signs for spectator parking. I'll give you warnings. First of all the first one, I've experienced this over the years, a number of the parking lots that are not paved are really something to avoid because with the weather. We've had cars will get stuck in these dirt parking lots, and you really don't want that to happen. It's it's it could really ruin your day as you would say, the Secondly, I would not venture to park in a area that you think is sort of a shortcut to to find an a a cool spot to park. Maybe it's on a corner or or in front of somebody's house. I've heard stories this week about them towing cars for safety purposes and to not congest normal flow of traffic. So I'd be real careful with not parking in the wrong spot. That's not in one of their areas. Again, there's going to be signs will say Pebble Beach visitor parking lots, and I would just be good little boys and girls and and follow those signs to to the right location. So there's your announcement about tomorrow, and I'm figuring that they'll be maybe an hour and a half of golf tomorrow. I don't know if they'll end this at a certain time, I know the players that have maybe, you know, a whole to go or or a couple of shots to hit, you know. Right. When it's down to dusk. They're gonna wanna finish their round. But it'll be curious to see how they how they wrap this thing up, but with probably an hour or a little longer to go. You've got really a number of groups that they will not finish their round including the amateurs, which at this point. They'll be they'll be asked to come back. And I know there's probably a lot of people that are having to revoke their hotel rooms, and such and we know when they left the hotel this morning. They fought a were, you know, we're outta here at five o'clock, and let's pack up and go. And now, I bet there's a lot of people scrambling around to figure out lodging and such for tonight in that changing, hotel reservations and air reservations and all the rest of it. So kind of crazy stuff mentioned max Homa is about to wrap up his round. He is five under today. Currently tied for eleventh top ten as many of you know, we'll get them into the next week automatically. I'm not sure if he's in LA or not I know he had to Monday qualify at Scottsdale and made it through successfully there. So that's a a good a good spot there. And it was just looking again for Martin trainer who is having a a decent back to one over par through seventeen tied for twenty fifth. Nice nice event for Martin trainer who was based out of Palo Alto. Oh, and is played a lot of his golf last. Handful years at California golf club e one on the South American Latin-American PGA tour, I believe he won twice on the web dot com to earn his way up the ranks. And I've met him a couple times. Nice young, man. And he like to kind of follow the the story of these these other younger players. See will Kim again having a hot round. He just birdied start at the back nine a birdie. Ten bogeyed eleven birdie twelve and I think that's about six birdies made so far today. He is thirteen under par. Three back of Paul, Casey. Who again, tried with with Phil? Scott stallings in there. And we've got Paul Casey no hitting into eleven again a funky angle. He's in the right rough. And that's the angle that's covered by bunkers, and boy, you sit at long, which will be a real tough one. There's a the flags in the back. That's probably the most most pitched green here at at Pebble Beach real severe green. He's shaking his head. And you know, Doug, Ferguson mentioned this morning. He's not hasn't been a good finisher. And we'll see how that how that sort of shakes out forum, but Phil Mickelson's now going to hit. He was. Well, well in the rough out near she's only probably eight or ten yards from the out of bounds line. So Phil hit all thirteen fairways the first round over at Monterey peninsula. But today's hit some real odd ones. He hid it. Fairway bunker at two and he hit it about fifty yards left of the fairway on six hit it up in the the bleachers in the it was kind of a funny shot. If you haven't seen it. He was hit a three wood off the hill on number six from two seventy and he had. Players up on the scaffolding of the Bleacher probably thirty to forty feet just right above him. And he was only about three feet from the edge of the the Bleacher is so close that if he was a right hander. He would have gotten relief from those bleachers and being a left-hander. He was able to hit that shot and ended up not making birdie. A good pitch shot about six feet and the ball really wiggled going up to the the whole there. So kind of a kind of a tough one for for fill there. So and one there so fill is hit a shot here in eleven and. Levi's on the green area. He's got about a twenty footer. So so good stuff there. All right. As we go to a short break here. Let me remind you get if you're a boater as I am. 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"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With Mitch. And Jon Evan draw on the sports leader. When you play the beach and takes the bunker out of play. Brings in the ocean and the dogs, but you don't have to worry about the bunker Miami. He wasn't. He wasn't very well. Because we have a lot of tournaments that we're real serious tournaments where you know, you've got to put your nose to the grindstone hide behind the sunglasses. Got the chew in here in the little starter. Goatee said going guys like that out here. So maybe maybe having a tournament. Like, this is you know, I think it's a breath of fresh air. It's only one time of year. I know what you're thinking fire. Six shots. Only five tell you the truth knowledge excitement. I've lost track myself. Great. Very very well. Very happy at my school. Having a blast played with Graeme McDowell his partner and don't call her. And from FedEx, we've we teamed up together last year we had we had good success last year. Chasing, FitzGerald and. Determined to try them this year. So it with putting up a challenge. So. Yeah. Rain stayed away from us. There's the voice of Paul Casey who is going to be our overnight leader going into.

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"paul casey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Inspire Spyglass. They were saying today was probably the second easiest courses. And it's a little bit sheltered from this weather that blew into right? I know son fares played played Spyglass earlier says very difficult. It's there are few holes on the water, mostly inland type thing. Yeah. But Paul Casey's leading fifteen under. He was playing Spyglass. Phil Mickelson who played pebble eagle the fourteenth hole to get to two hundred for the day twelve hundred for the tournament. He's three back, and then Scott piercy is eleven under and Lucas Glover's eleven hundred as well Bryan gays ten under now Jordan speed what happened because we were Ben and our doing the end so club, and our friend. Mark winters. Oh, man. You should believe. What what Jordan did on number eighteen? I didn't see him play eighteen eight. I'm sorry. He double bogeyed dabbled it, and he bogeyed seventeen is. So he's back to seven hundred. That's got a chance finished top ten, but I think his chances of winning the tournament of gone. So what is Casey now again, he's talk AC fifteen hundred. Wow. Well chat sixty seven today. So it's going to see a Phil Mickelson can mount some type of charge tomorrow. Yeah. You know, I was gonna ask you a trivia question. I'll just go ahead. And since they showed it on the air today. Tiger has won the most times in California, really fourteen wins. Okay. Number two. Phil Mickelson my thirteen. So Phil can achieve something. He hadn't tied pay many times over the years. And that includes the Hogan's.

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Mariners rough up Rodriguez, Red Sox

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Mariners rough up Rodriguez, Red Sox

"Like the red sox returned to the field at fenway tonight the second of three weather permitting against the mariners boston game where this series last night fourteen to ten and turned a lefthander eduardo rodriguez for the game to start iran enters fourth in baseball with nine victories on the season he's won six consecutive starts including his last which was a nine three w against the same seattle team on the road at home he's five and one on the season and explains here his philosophy when he takes them out try to do just go like for which is why all the time like throw throw i try my bitches i try because i know a lot tried to just get like quake our jobs like strike one in working pretty good rodriguez will face mike leake for the ams opening pitch at fenway scheduled for seven fifteen at the nhl draft plenty of new englanders selected today in dallas to in the third round tyler madden from hartford jordan harris of hateful michael callahan of franklin went in the fifth round of the coyotes six round pittsburgh chose boston native liam gorman and riley who's of westwood pick by the rangers in the final round as for the bruins in order they went axel andersson defenseman from sweden center yaqoob loco from the czech republic curtis hall who's committed to yale dust mcfaul the canadian blue line are headed to clocks impove l hsien from russia speaking of the kremlin at the world cup defending champion germany still alive thanks to it ninety fifth minute goal stunned sweden two to one other winners today mexico and belgium golf paul casey a one shot lead third round play continues at the travelers championship down in cromwell connecticut lpga a it's mingy lee and nasa hot yoga atop the leaderboard after the second round up the north west arkansas championship nfl that's major league lacrosse boston cannons in new york tonight and at the.

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"paul casey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Oh my gosh mike out of different three end the west michael michael is stephen a radio show i gotta ask you these questions man i mean this is to me i got to ask you the question let me get to question out okay here's the deal i understand that there may be a difference in the ball here's why that notion goes out the window do they not know what balls they'll be swing they'll be swinging at would each tournament ahead of time are you trying to tell me that one day one tournament title is another tournament it's nike oh is that how this works what's the deal what i'm telling you how it works is when you go from tight list to a nineteen to tailor mate all you played as a kid wasn't titlis so when you hit a golf shot let's say you miss a green and now you gotta hit a chip you know exactly what that golf shots feels like and how the golf balls gonna react the problem is when you change golf companies then what felt perfect to you doesn't react the way that you expect it and now what happens is you don't have trust in your field and when you don't have trust in your field yes what you're getting you're behind what by whole bunch of people because this game and this level is all confidence it's it's free for all right so with that being said what should we expect from tiger because he sounds okay but i may once upon a time second place sucks that was his quote now right he finishes an eighth tenth twentieth whatever allitt is and you know what i'm getting better i'm feeling good you know i mean what is up potent med this is where we the public the fans and even the media this is where we have the memory of a goldfish this is only tigers eleven start since he had back fusion surgery are now we was talking about somebody like paul casey or.

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After down times, Jason Day gets back on top with a win at the Wells Fargo Championship

01:14 min | 3 years ago

After down times, Jason Day gets back on top with a win at the Wells Fargo Championship

"In the nba playoff the warriors beat the pelicans one eighteen to ninety two to give golden state a commanding three games to one lead in their second round series the jazz are hosting the rockettes tonight houston leaves their playoff series two games to one in the stanley cup playoffs the lightning skated by the ruins three one to clinch their second round series four games to one the sharks are hosting the golden knights tonight in game six of their playoff series san jose must win to avoid elimination since vegas leads the series three games to two in golf jason day one the wells fargo championship at quail hollow finishing at twelve under park teeshots ahead of aaron wise and nick watney day moved to twelve under when he birdied the seventeenth hole after nearly aced his teeshirt five hundred and forty two we should learn soft enough terrific oh my goodness shot from jason your towering very that was incredible phil mickelson and paul casey tied for fifth place five shots back in major league baseball the yankees cleveland seven four for new york's fifteenth win in sixteen games colorado nip the mets three to handing the mess their six straight loss san francisco edged atlanta four three washington beat philadelphia five four boston trounce texas six one for their third straight.

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2018 Masters odds, picks: Tiger Woods projection from same model that called three golf majors

First and Last

01:59 min | 3 years ago

2018 Masters odds, picks: Tiger Woods projection from same model that called three golf majors

"Because we get set to watch tiger woods tee off at the masters tiger and phil mickelson and a host of others are going to try and do what rarely gets done and that's win that win a masters when majors after the age of forty and we've got phil tiger henrik stents in jason duff men charley hoffman paul casey all trying to get over that hump we understand that really what's at stake here for golf is tiger because tigers building towards this it's coming off back to back top five finishes and it's all been built on the idea that we wanna to go perform that tournament that matters more than anyone well there's a lot at stake here and there's a lot to talk about and thankfully marty smith was here to help us out now marty smith's america the podcast has new episodes every monday and in this latest episode marty smith gets into tigers legacy putting for memory and how he came to wear red on sundays you can listen on the espn app and apple podcast we've got tiger woods talking with marty smith on the part cat podcast marty smith's america what is the difference between how you struggled and how now okay easiest thing is i no more pain in my lower back that's gone once they got the disc it's fused i am just saw as a rock back there no pain differences i don't have the same range of motion stiffer there and i wake up in the morning much stiffer than it used to takes longer to warm up my angles that i used to hit on the golf course two angles i used to create with my body i can't do that anymore and so i'm learning to do different way i have speed i had the pop but it's done differently and.

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"paul casey" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

"In it's a semantic place what dan's making fun of he's not he's playing like big deal couple but i mean he's leaving putts yeah he hit a long putt how about not leaving yourself fucking fifty footers on the snake pit in the last two because now you just need miracle bombs to tie this guy paul casey was begging i mean he feel like he was in the clubhouse with three hours to go no one could fucking catch him tigers power and every hole pars aren't gonna do it buddy pars i'm going to do it it just gets something to believe in and to hold onto frankie your guy dave gets the the golf community wanna bleed tires back he gets them all ruffled all the time but the fact that's incorrect the fact that people are not seeing what big cat is doing frankie is not good for it's really infuriating how do they honestly just into into its its whole whole talks you're working eighty me a little bit kevin just this all tiger back talk we just got off a four play talking about this a big big cat is being like i'm all in ease as you don't see what dan's responses the the responses to him too it's like yeah he is backed shut the fuck up i'm muted him like in the beginning of the day i couldn't even having the by am i why am i you you guys guys are just using a different barometer you're not actually what everyone else is saying is that like oh he's not he's supposed to just win like tournaments all of a sudden like no but but you can say like this guy's on track the sony two years old right so this is my point wholesome holds fell forty six filled him playing for the last like eight straight years playing healthy tiger has like metal plates in his back and says vertebrae on all the steroids and then we could talk about like all the cement fix about why he hasn't been playing but the fact is he hasn't been playing he's he came back he he was in twelfth place last i would say.

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Tiger Woods shoots second round 72, tied for 17th

The Sports Corner

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods shoots second round 72, tied for 17th

"So at least for this year yeah yeah over lebron will be next year nine fifty one is the time gentlemen let's move on to golf paul casey was the winner last week and i won yes and that gives me the lead by the way i now have four wins jacob has three rusty to matt and ron with one each and tiger woods gulf well last week in fact of paul casey hadn't shot a sixty five in the final round tiger woods may have actually one that the only only beat tiger by one shot this week this different story tiger started well on thursday yesterday had a terrible round and he's tied for seventeenth place right now at the arnold palmer invitational at the bay hill club and lodge in orlando florida henrik denson and bryson d shambo or tied for the lead at eleven under par you got taylor gooch at nine under par and beyond on at eight under so those are among the leaders that hong the south is a couple of interesting note tiger woods yesterday some of the shots that he wants out of a bunker that was crazy i don't know how we got out because he was off against the whip it out in west the the ball about maybe what improved from the coffee is incredible how did that so thanks for my basketball coming at it so somebody warm it up on the court i have to go last so i'm jumping on it because i'm gonna take i'm taking i'm doing a rusty right now because i'm so far behind i'm taking heinrich harrer extensive hedrick stanton jacob jacob hey you gotta respect your elders we're giving hunan that other guy down there but no jacob once expensive retrograde.

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"paul casey" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on First Things First

"Thought vertical very comfortable i you know i as i i told you guys yesler up in her before a few times and so it's all very comfortable and my game was was quite solid this entire week as a whole i feel very very good about what i did this week so i actually believe it he he actually sounded comfortable just talking about his weekend which usually he's very focused and very sort of serious into the point see see what he thinks this weekend prove that the tiger woods is officially back peru's with his back and and i think that people need to know a number of things but the number one thing is we've never seen a pga tour player play with the lower fused back was soon and play with the fuse back an upper back but never with the lower back so is he back man he is able to practice he's play 3 out of last four weeks is gonna be playing this week at bay hill so for me if he's able to practice and be healthy yes he's going to be back so now how does he follow that up he said yesterday he's not going to pick up a club the day which rightfully so but tiger if he's able to keep practicing if he's able to keep plane on the weekend yes we will see tiger woods back in the winning circle nicon i talked about it on friday nick thought that he would win this weekend i thought it would be very tough because of the field and i knew that the golf course there's going to be playing tough if you saw yesterday paul casey one with a ten under par that is a low score for a pga golf tournament that is not a major so that let them know that the course was set up very difficult and it was a starstudded field so is tiger woods back yes he is back with there are some things that he's going to if he's going to get into winner circle and dominate again watched the parfives that the reason why tiger didn't win yesterday it wasn't as putting it was the parfives and he played so conservative did he didn't hit his irons close enough to the pin so we couldn't get great birdie opportunities but tiger woods typically in his prime when he started a.

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Tiger Woods ties for second, Paul Casey wins at Valspar Championship

CBS Sports Radio

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods ties for second, Paul Casey wins at Valspar Championship

"Tiger woods finishing second of the val spark championship his best finish since tying for ten th at the 2015 wyndham championship guys all right thank you a big you just venture at the end uh is something we want to get into now that is the fact that tiger woods finished tied for second after seventy two holes at the vows four championship tasr and it's great i mean i we have out early on sunday before the coverage started on nbc at three o'clock with tiger there and at that point in time tiger was tied for the lead and not underpar casey ends up winning it at ten under tiger woods finished one shot back but and untied wa tied for second place however i said was must see tv because you look at what tiger represents and now the career orchid everybody in loves a comeback store of course we don't have to get into surly everything that transpired there but tiger clearly it at the peak of his game him jack arguably the the to graze golfers of all time tiger changed the game tiger proving out driving courses courses need to change the just what he did for the sport a golf how he made everyone a lot of money became this global icon tasr there's may may golf on may galvez entertaining.

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"paul casey" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"paul casey" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"Because it's 40s paul casey right everyone wants to spoil casey everybody loves them so that i still com never holder you feel the love the rule in a little i absolutely do i outskied area after i hope you won't be upset by me saying this but after we turned off a livestream last night mark was like we're still friends right yes of course like this old it hughley out love filipino i know i know in in it was obvious that the way markelle was talking about it like he was beat me up a little bit but it was clear that it was from the place of love not a place of anc style and the same applies to you and i appreciate what the twoyear doing and even even if it ends up that i go crawling back to my job a job it's still means a lot of you guys are nice enough to at least give me a shot in this direction echec because i feel like it's really important for me to underline the point the having a job is not a bad thing like it is perfectly great and everyone needs and there has to be people that like i need employees right back now and in the future like jobs are a good thing to have but if you do think about the fact that you do want to maybe be self employed one day and you have a route to do that the may be something that you should approach self employment isn't for every one i will set up right now it is not because like i have my dream job but i also have my not dream job right that's what comes to solve employment you have to do the thing you won't be you also have to do the rest of the stuff and not everybody wants to do that not everybody shirt up because you know what some of it really sucks right like some of is just like admin crap and taxes and invoice steal lucketz to stuff you don't wanna do right you to because you have to do.

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