27 Burst results for "Sergio Garcia"
Fresh update on "sergio garcia" discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Which we both had those asleep related pan out. And then Tony Fien. Alverson Rickie Fowler. I won that match pretty handily which. Missing the cut because of that swipe. Swipe. double-bogey who and so now I have tied it up forty four and I am leading an strokeplay. So now although I'm not listened this, no more. If you pick a do the week before I don't care if it's a major man, you can't. You can't go back to back with that dude. Okay. All right cool. Major was different but okay no, it's the Goswami. Good. Know not just making a rule so you can win so I'll take the top pick this week. We're going back to normal format. We're going three picks, a sleeper co my first pick this week I am going with Webb Simpson I. Knew You were going there good one. Let me get pets agreed. How many weeks have you picked? Patrick read how many weeks does he come through for me? He keeps reducing dough. You're right. I Will Alto. You know I'm going to ride them and ride them. I like Billy Horseshoe. That's not a bad pick whatsoever. You Sergio Garcia. Thank you for that pick. With my final pick this week. Kevin Kisner. So my team Webb Simpson Billy Horseshoe. Kevin Kisner. My Team Sergio Garcia Patrick Reid. If for my therapy is the third, pick the sleeper or just the regular therapy picture. Okay. For my third pick, I will take. Take Time Nolan's wait I. AM taking my time if I want to win I'm not just going to be thrown out there 'cause I'm I'm a little torn actually know what my third pick I'm GonNa take our Varna third. Okay He would have also qualified as a sleeper. Yes okay. But I don't WanNa see but you get to pick no matter what so okay. And my sleeper is going to be Chaz Rabi. Boutin Complete Webb Simpson Billy Horseshoe Kevin Kisner. Sleeper Jazz. For the Windham for the Wyndham Muss Libra will be. Harris English. Okay. Recap Your Team Her Sergio Garcia Patrick Read Herro Varna the third Emma sleeper Harris English a lot it right to those picks this week finally. A new segment to the program This week's Ralph's. Who you got. So I think by Ralph this week. Get A, PGA, championship related Figured taking your time I know there were so many moments where I was like. You know what? This week's Ralph is. Bryce into Shambo. What's not? Okay that's your. Ralph. Go ahead. Why why Bryce? What did he do this week because he didn't live our microphones were too close to the tee box. So he picked up and took the microphone out of the ground and moved it because he said he was too close and it was in his way. Off It's in his way. So you get hold teebox. So he's my Ralph for cheating the fans like Ralph cheated US added music for cheating the fans good audio of his next temper Tantrum. Hold my Ralph we're never signed a breakdown. Okay. Five whatever. But that's my Ralph. Brooks kept. By. How you going to be trolling, your somebody supposed to be bullying did troll him whatever. This is the most overrated thing in the media. All these sad was is he's only got one. Got Three times as many wins as you may be quiet that matter he's got four majors. So question about whether or not he can get you leaders like we had. This is only got one. This is what we didn't trolling. I'm not sensitive. You know what? They're no reason to put. Here's the deal when someone says, how's your chances than keep everybody's name out your mouth? BODIES WITH DJ. So if you're buddies with somebody how you going to how you gonNA. beat the fact that the dude only has one major. There's no is if you bring it up if I'm asking you. Is it factually incorrect. It's factually correct but still. Keep my name out your mouth. If somebody talks about you somebody asking about, you don't be like well, might this wait a minute? I didn't ask you about my. He was asked to a census chance we went and down the leaderboard. What's wrong with it is chances what are your chances if I play really well and do what I gotTa do and start making some more putts and stop missing fairways. Then I got a really good chance because I still haven't had a crazy low round sixty four that I'm capable of. That's all you got to say. That's all you gotta say you ain't gotta be hey, you know what I mean. Assess your chances. Well, I don't like music and Dustin. Johnson. Only got one. All right row shut up..
Solheim Cup 2019: Europe pip USA in dramatic finale
"The European Solheim Cup team beat the Americans fourteen eighteen and a half to thirteen and a half it came down to the final putt which almost never happens which is too bad because I feel like we're now do for like three decades of not very fun. Suzann Pettersen made about an eight footer to win and she promptly retired after doing so it was a fascinating day it started in Thai eight to eight matches flipped back and forth all over at Gleneagles. Five matches reached the eighteenth hole which also almost never happens. How many matches reached the eighteenth breath at the Ryder Cup last year. I think it's it's something like it's one out of five or six matches reach eighteen so this was exciting all over the board. I I mean this was back and forth there was tied going to Sunday and then it kept being tied points on Sunday. It was eleven eleven and there were six matches on the course course it looked like the US was gonNA win. Honestly my gosh at one point. Everything needed to go. Europe's way the US posted thirteen and a half points. They just needed that that last half point in could not get it yeah thirteen and a half they would retain the cup with fourteen which no one loves a tie. I Know Stina Sternberg. She is is very proudly European and she was like you know. It's not a good rule that fourteen and a tie retains the Cup for a team. It should have a playoff and I'm like like wow. It sounds like she's kind of being defeatist. She's accepting the fact that the Americans are probably going to grab that fourteenth point and win in Thai Lo and behold everything and went their way. What's crazy though is that Peterson was almost not even in position to make this thing happen. I mean she could have lost him. The seventeenth hole because Marina Alex had like a twenty foot Putt to win to end the Solheim Cup right there then she flares drive into the rough on eighteen which means that even though she's plenty long if she'd been in the ferry she got up near the green she couldn't because she was on the Ralph so she has to lay up. Marina Alex has kind of do the same name and basically it's just like a wedge off from there and she almost freaking holdout from was eighty nine yards. She almost holes out. She spins it back with a wedge and gives her about eight feet now. This is where our just on edge because on the seventeenth hole Yep Bronte law just. I don't know if she's basically she's away from everything. She's away from everyone and yet she's just as important like if she doesn't finish out. If she ends up bringing her match to eighteen and then they have the tie. It's over. That doesn't matter yeah. Everyone's doing what they had to do. The thing that had me on edge is is the fact that I ended up hoping that this would go in ooh. I'm American. This is a pro-american podcast love. That Danielle King joins US last. This week was all about it but if you're talking about an eight footer to win if it goes in to lose if it doesn't how awkward is that if she misses law wall it's it's do or die. I mean it's awkward but look we've seen plenty of that. In these team matches before you know sometimes as you miss a Putt and then that's what ends the match it would be brutal no doubt about it. At least it's an eight footer in not a three footer. It's actually kind of the perfect perfect pop writer on the distance just outside the distance of fifty fifty coin flip of Michigan make this or is she not so if she misses it's not it's not that that she's choking an eight footer for Birdie. I Miss Plenty of eight for Birdie in my day and I would miss that one. She pureed it though right in in the Senate right in the center which was great because I mean it was uphill. PUTT so it would probably be the easiest eight footer he could imagine but this is definitely a win for Mark Brody. If people appreciated that it could go in it could go out it could win for you could lose it for you but that is one of the things that we need to discuss about the Solheim Cup this Cup the Ryder Cup is always grounds for a revival of someone's narrative and Suzann Pettersen like it brought her back to the peak of the game. After a long break she had not played a lot of Gulf this year. She was given a captain's pick. She played pretty well throughout the week but who knows where she's she's. GonNa go years from now or three weeks. From now like she was very uncertain about her career and four years ago she was at the center of the game because she did concede a short putt that led to a winning match that led to a very very contentious Solheim Cup. All I'm saying is that it gave her an an opportunity and that's what these things do like it gave Martin Cameron Opportunity in Dina to win the Ryder Cup and that adds to his all fame resume this added to Suzann Pettersen Hall of fame resume. What matters here is the Gulf like that. That is what's great at. It is something that means nothing and yet it means everything well. How much does this echo also just from last year team. Europe throttled the US in the Ryder Cup yet Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia Henrik Stenson Henry guys that didn't seem on paper like they were logical picks guys that would not end up on an American equivalent team here you've Suzann as in Pederson. Hardly played golf has controversial past what more perfect way for her to finish then to drop her putter halfway when the boss still halfway to the whole sure she was nervous but she looked plenty confident. She looked like she was trying to make the pot rather than you know the moment being too big for her or something something it was just such a cool morning because look we love Sunday early golf. You know we love that. Being the state's waking up some Gov actually had a nice little Sunday seven twenty teatime. Nice my hometown Williamstown Massachusetts finished up just before ten thirty went down down how quick sit in the in the grill and and just flipped on the Solheim Cup Danielle Kings match was just coming down the sixteenth hole and just had an ed really nice next few hours. Yes I stayed right there. How great is that. When multiple hours of golf can go by and you don't even notice because not feel like the action kept continuing. That's why these matches are so cool is because like okay. Here's another close match coming down to the wire and people were coming by you know coming coming in and out of the the grill and saying. Oh yeah what's going on in the Solheim and stopping and watching for a few minutes then going about their day but people were invested. Did you could tell you know whether it was just on social media whether it is in real life people were dialed into this tournament what I hope is that the TV ratings I agree with that. I hope that allow people watched. I had the feeling that a lot of people were watching. It cannot get more exciting what happened on TV on golf. Channel Channel could not get more exciting than what happened yesterday.
Tiger misses cut by 1 shot at PGA Championship
"Sicker rooks, kept Kelly's the PGA championship by seven strokes. That's a record leading margin after two rounds at the PGA as twelve under par while Tiger Woods, miss the cut at five over par. Woods played in a group with KEPCO this week, KEPCO was seventeen shots better than tiger. Woods, also missing the cut Jon Rahm who shot seventy five today. Sergio Garcia and Bubba Watson missed the tied for second place. Jordan Spieth, and Adam Scott, who shot sixty four today, Phil Mickelson's
Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler And Sergio Garcia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Thanks, doug. Tiger Woods with a good. First round. At the masters is a fourteen time. Major winner shoots wonder be near the top of the leaderboard favorite coming into the tournament. Worry McElroy those struggles shooting one over par. Seventy three other notables include John Rahman, Adam Scott, ending the round at three-under with Ricky Fowler at two under with the vending champion, Patrick Redon and Sergio Garcia
"sergio garcia" Discussed on No Laying Up
"You'll see why a lot of people are talking about this driver and all of the ball speed. That's been gained from this one. So without any further delay. Let's get into our interview with Sergio Garcia. Thanks into the folks Calloway for helping set this up and for to Sergio for the time chairs. All right. So we're out here at the Callaway you made a big equipment change last year. What's the most import? Aspect for you. When you're making changes the ball is at the irons. What's like your go-to? Would you say? Well, I think probably the biggest changes the bowl. Yeah. I think is the most most important kind of chance that you equipment that you can do always the clouds important drivers important, but but the golf is probably the. It's really the only thing that doesn't change and never showed. You hit the one that has to perform every single time. What do you look for in a ball? You play spinning ball low spin. Do you look to law fit Keno? I'm usually a high spinner kind of swing player. So so usually at tried to get something a little bit with less been but still because because I'm thirty now almost eighty nine and I was brought up with tube Liotta's and professionals and stuff like that. You know, I still like to see a little bit of spin. So I'm going to walk the ball. You know nowadays a lot of the young kids. They just eat up high and hit the cannon, you know, everything is in the air. And so I still liked to try to work the ball a little bit. So it's a mix of little bit of spin obviously trying to maximize the launch and it's been conditions for for maximum distance. We talked a little bit about it. When we were doing the video out there on the range. But I wanna I wanna understand where your swing. Came from. I think when we all saw your swing in the nineties for the first time, we all I was a kid. I was trying to imitate it. I was trying to learn how to get the leg it ended up with a lot of hustle rockets debt. Right. But where did you learn that swing and how is it really volved over the years? My dad, he's the one that taught me, but you had to be small to start with when you when you grew up playing golf, which which I was, and it was just a movement that I do because you know, I obviously I wanted to keep up with the guys I was playing with the taller than me and older than me..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on No Laying Up
"And this could be terrible take. But if you project out, you know, where this the PGA is headed right professional golf. It's because everybody because of technology. Everybody has access to the technology. Everybody is becoming more athletic stronger. Right. The margin. The skill of playing golf is shrinking right? And so I think what professional golf is in danger of is becoming almost like Formula one racing where the separation is just so fractional, it's it's on the margins. Right. And I think, you know, looking at some other major sports like basketball, you know, when they loosened when they give offense a players freedom of movement and really started enforcing hand checking and take some of the physicality of the game that lets the skill flourish. And I think that's where this is headed is professional golf is just going to turn into a very vanilla bland. Somewhat argue already. They're exactly and I think that's that's where these people just don't have the foresight. Is you know, you got to impose some stuff to really let the skill shine. And that's what frustrates me the most. I think well said I think that's pretty much it we have for for everything else. We have we were out actually at the we'll roll into Rafter this with our interview with Sergio Garcia from the calli product launch. Which I think that's what I was gonna say. The only thing I was gonna add like Neil hit at three twenty five with the new driver. The ball's going really far the quits going really far. And it's it's as long as it's legal. We're going to have with this like for us. It's fun to hit it really far. Listen like, it's we're not again. It's because steroids in baseball, right? It just became the three run home run gap. And now you're seeing a bit more different styles of I just feel like we've seen this in other sports. This everything is just becoming so. It's just too similar anyways. I was gonna say we had a great time product lines where we the ball is going very very very far. But it is so hard to do something like what they did. Which is a very corporate environment. Kind of just rolling it out having a bunch of people out and saying you guys can go do whatever you want create your own content. Like, we're not going to schedule your day out or anything like that. Just go have fun, and it was a blast. It was so much fun. Yeah. It was hard to picture kinda even like what it was gonna be. Yeah, I've never been to one of these before. Yeah. Kind of just like a big playground where you could do whatever you want. You hit drivers or wedges or I ns putters or. Yes. Superfund tunnel. Great people. They brought together. Good to you know, we consume as much or more golf content than anybody else that cooled meet a lot of people behind a lot of that stuff. That's always fun. And we got some good stuff coming starting with the interview that you're about to hear and we got to test the new epoch flash woods. I've got. I just ordered. My epic flash subzero. Dr. Featuring the new flash face technology. And what really actually impressed me was the twenty nineteen apex pro irons, which is soon as I can get those in the bag. I will be doing. So that was I think the first time for all of us have a really getting properly fit for a driver was fun to kind of tweak the shafts and the heads and the settings and just watch that ball speed rise and rise and rise coincidentally, the gentleman who just won the events. Schoff Lee has both of those already in the bag. So Callaway is off to very quick start in the twenty nine hundred season. So a lot more from our experience there from the product launch. And you can also find the ton more info at Callaway golf dot com..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"The pro nowadays that if you do that, there's so many guys coming out that they just. Just storm by. So if you have. Have you kind of take too much of a breather now designed, you realize that you know twenty guys have gone in front of you and it's like each what happened over here. So so you gotta be you gotta be careful. But like I said, you know, as you get older, it becomes it becomes a little bit tougher for you physically and mentally and everything. And. I guess there's a beautiful thing about the champion store that then you'd be you turn fifty and then you're young surrogate. Play the champions tour while. I mean, we'll see how feel we'll see how how I am physically, obviously and mentally how much I'm willing to to keep competing and playing. I mean, I've always loved competing, but I don't know by the time I get to to that age or maybe I don't know. It'll be forty five when when I'm forty five or something. We'll see if you know if I'm if I'm willing to go through all of that or or maybe I found something else to do that that really fulfils me and and I don't need to to keep competing as much. I can't believe we're talking about you on the champion store. That's. So what would you find that would hypotheticals. I mean, do you have you want to go out and be a photographer, traveling the world you want? I mean, what is unfulfilled passionate? You're looking for now way you can ask my wife. I'm not a huge fan of taking pictures. But is there, is there something that you've always wanted to do just haven't had chance because you've been playing golf nonstop? Yes, but but I won't be able to do those things. Climbing on Everest. And football. You know those things. I think I'll be a little bit too often. No, but I don't know. I don't know. It's. Like I said earlier, for example, you know, like golf courses sign is something that that I would love to do the right way obviously. And I'm sure that some of the things will will come around where you know, I don't know. Like I, I like I like playing, for example, I like playing Texas holdem tournaments like poker tournaments, and maybe maybe I'll I'll play l. even more of that, you know when because you don't need to be young to play this thing. So. Just those couple fun things to do. You have, what's your poker nickname? Did they come in? We're going to work on there. You go. You go. All right, Sergio. Well, thank you for your time. This was great fun. Four designed you in Paris. Thank he's going to be nice. That'll be nice. So anyway. All right. This Allen ship nyc signing off for another podcast knocked down and Sergio best of luck. Thank you. Okay. Thanks for listening. Bye..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"So if you hit a good shot, you're gonna have already pot because agreeing says small. But if you if you even if you hit in an eight hour which and you, you know the pennies. Three or four years from the from the edge and you. You don't hit a good shot and you miss you just miss the green or even if you even if the pin is on the left side for yard from the left, but it's only like five from the ride because agreed so small, if you hit a bad shot to the right and you miss the green. It's much tougher to get up and down from twenty feet from from Iran, the green on a on a difficult chip than if you hit a seven iron to fifty feet, and you're in the middle of the green and to from there is much to pad from fifty feet get up and down from twenty five feet. So at the end of the day, you realize that those courses with an does the kind of course that I like, and when I start designing courses and get in some some things done around the the world does the kind of course that I wanted to sign, you know, small greens, small targets, and you know if you hit a good shot, you're going to have a birdie putt, and you might make birdie. But if you if you're a little bit off, then you have to really scramble around the greens so he can design a course for yourself. Basically, you're smells it. I'm going to sign a kind of golf course for the game will go. Before we moved into the get off my lawn segment of this podcast, I just want to go back to tiger for sec because you hear these guys in their twenties say, oh, I want I want tired to be at his best and I want to compete against him..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Now, it's a lot of kids. They just teed up as high as the can and they hit us hard. They can. You know, the not afraid of hin, the trees or a lot of the courses we play ni- they SU there. There are a lot of open the more open than than they used to like they all style. We used to play where if you miss the fairways and stuff you were really getting punished. Now, all of the times you, you know, you miss the fairway by thirty yards and you have an open shot to the green sale on, you know you hidden away or something, it's it doesn't doesn't make that that big of a difference. I love it. You sound like a cranky old guy here, you know, bitching about the kids wasn't beat. Did. I was just I was just saying what the way they play nowadays. It's great. I mean, I'm happy that I could do the same thing. I mean, does it offend you slightly that a little bit of the art has been lost. You always a guy who could shape the ball so beautifully. And I remember watching you at colonial a few times and just bending it around those dog legs and it was it was thrilling to watch now guys on Bennett. They just here over the trees. Yeah. I mean, it definitely. I think I think the finesse of the game is is definitely gone away a little bit. I mean, there's still touching everything that you require with your wedges and chipping and stuff and chipping and putting, but but the finesse of the teas and stuff like that. I think it's it's kind of probably going to wear a little bit, but it's fine. I mean, it's old games, develop a Nollie Noli, gave them a gulp, it soccer football tennis. Everything is developing and you know, that's that's. That's the way it is in the United States, whatever helps. Amateur golf, the best and. Because that's what we need. We need as many players as possible, so so the game can stay healthy. It's interesting though because people talk like professional basketball, I say, well, now there's point guards, you were six foot eleven, and the game has changed, but the defend the defenders have also gotten bigger and stronger. So they kinda hold things in check. Whereas the golf courses have not really been able to defend themselves. They, they can't quite keep up with the onslaught of of these modern day athletes who are optimized to track man and nutritionists and trainers so it to me, it's not really a fair fight. The players have gotten so much longer and stronger in the golf courses kind of mostly remain the same. So that's my critique is that you know, it's not as much fun to watch. Got hit a wedge into every part for is just to watch a long iron. It just takes more skill and it takes more shape and it takes more trajectory. And that's where I think some of the game is suffered a little bit. It's not as interesting to why. Well, I think I think the problem too is that. I think some of the the golf course design is is gone. Away from what what always worked in and what's still does. And if you, if you count to realize. Obviously, we go depends a lot we play outside. So we depend a lot on on the weather. So obviously, if the weather is good and they on the course gets firm the tournament, it's harder. I, it's simple as that. It plays a place staffer, but at the same time, if you if you come to realize. No matter what the weather is. No matter whether is like usually the toughest courses we play our unless you put. You know, three foot rough, like an inch from the fairway is all style traditional courses with small greens. Maybe not the longest courses in the world, but dog lakes, you know, treeline courses with with with with really small targets because then I've always said it, you know, it's. If you play. For example, one of my favorite courses, bald around always plays hard and it's sixty nine hundred years, but the greens are. Minot they're like a dime..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"So you kind of build yourself up and then you have chances of, you know, becoming a grigol footballer playing for like a Barcelona Rama drei or Chelsea or one of those big teams. What what was the fork in the road few as a kid when you when you chose Gulf over football? Well, it was it was easy. I was my dad. Obviously it's a professional golfer and I was always on. I was playing football, but I was always on on the. On the golf course in on the range on the putting green and always showed like a hat. Good skill for for golf. I started playing tournaments at a young age golf, and I was doing well. So I never really got into like a like a like a football team. A youngster play with my friends and stuff like that, but I never really got into a football team that could test myself into. Into all the other ages and stuff in and see if I was good enough to do it. So you know you, you never know, but I never, I never really got into that. That kind of path. Yeah. So next year is momentous in for a few reasons. It'll be the twentieth anniversary of of your kind of breakthrough performance at Medina going to Bethpage. We also have some history, I'm does. Does it kinda blow your mind? It's been twenty years. Yeah, it's it's amazing. Yeah, it's going to be my twentieth anniversary also with with Adidas us. I was one of my my sponsors. So it's it's going to be. It's going to be fun. It's. You know, it's, it's, it's one of those things that don't happen too often to see an athlete. We with with a company for for so long, and I'm really happy and bless for. You know Adidas due to have that the the belief that if had in meat for for so long, so. So that's going to be fun to, I think it's, you know, hopefully it'll be a tremendous year for for all of us and I'm excited to to get to it. It's a pretty short list of players who in any sport have stayed with a company that long and always think it's kind of cool. When you look at tiger going back his whole career, it's the same look. Whereas, you know, galley Ernie Els had about forty two different logo. That's a bad thing necessarily, but it's just kind of it's clean. I mean, is that does that play in your thinking or do you want to have kind of not not just visually but have sort of a legacy in one place and not just be a perennial free agent? Yes, I think. That hostage do. There's this several things that have to click for that to happen not only. Not only the athlete to have a good career, but also have an athlete that he's. Very loyal to to that to that company that has great relationship that bills a great relationship with that company. Also that company to have the believe in that athlete and also Bill that same relationship that that I was talking about. So when you're when you're able to to get those thing to those two things together, then it's it's liberty easier to to to have like we're doing, you know, twenty years together, but not a lot of cloth athletes get to that. And you know everybody has their own way of doing things. We, we have our own way. We, we like to feel or build our relationships is not a sponsorships, but as relationships as as pretty much like a like, like family and. You know, sometimes we might have gotten a better relate a better offer from another company that you know, but we didn't want to move anyway because this is where we feel comfortable. This is where we, we know the people we work with. We know what we're willing to give up because we know that they're also willing to give up things for us and help each other. And you know, that's that's amazing for us to to be able to to celebrate twenty years next next year with Adidas, I mean, if you can survive the all yellow outfit. You could survive in having the banana of it..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"I actually just got done this past season. I, I don't get to spend too much time in Spain anymore. And I think we're talking about earlier a thing that last year I was only able to watch, I think, four games rather season, so four games out of. You know, thirty eight forty games. It's is very little and I like to be involved in like to practice with them here and there, and I don't get to do that. So so we kind of after eleven years, which has been quite a while I decided to to kind of call it quits in. You know, do other things, I guess when you would practice with the team, those guys go go hard, or did you send say were there they didn't want to hurt you? They didn't want to mess up your wrist or your fingers? No, I mean, I wouldn't say they didn't go heart. Obviously, I was one more of of a group. You know when when when you're when you're practicing. I mean the the coaches, the first guy that will tell you, you know, just control your tackles because you know you don't wanna be injuring your your teammates, forget about myself itself owner, and yeah, I know, but, but you don't wanna. You don't want to get to the Sunday game and you have four injuries because you've injured. I mean, if you if you injure yourself, I getting like a tear or something like that is different, but if you and your yourself because you're making bad tackles to to some of your teammates, obviously it's not the is not ideal thing. So. You do you do tackle or the did tackle me strongly, but not dangerously the same way that I would do the same thing or they will do the same thing to another teammate. So obviously the dawn, like get out of the way and let you go with all, but but you know, if if it's between. You know, like a hard tackle or or letting one of the guys shoot myself, should they obviously let you should, you know, because you can't take the risk of of injuring your teammates while while practice Cumulus scouting report of you on on the pitch. Well, I'm a left footed, so usually. Usually I'm more of a tacking player than a defender. So I usually played midfield and forward. So I would play, you know, midfield and left side. Something's move midfield on the on the right side and striker or just behind the striker. You know those, those were the positions that I will usually play. And you know, my left foot is is pretty decent. Always had a good left foot. My right one is it's okay, but minot is not is not my preferred foot, but you know, I've, I've always enjoyed if you dedicate your life to football. Could you have made it? I don't know. I mean, a lot of people have told me that that I had good qualities. You never know because. Football in in Spain. It's so big and there's so many kids that played on the tried to to get into like the big teams and stuff like that. So it's it's not easy to say I'll would if I being able to be as good a soccer football player as as I was a golfer difficult to say, I would. I would probably say no, because I don't know if I would have ever been in a number two on the world in a wall in in in football, but. You know, but people that that I play with and everything, they, they say that I had good qualities. You know, had good speed. My my left foot was was good, like a good put good crossings in that could I could put good shots into into goal. So you know, but you have to have a couple of really good breaks get into. Big teams as youngster..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"And obviously one of the great things that that he and his family did the day can sue, is that everything they should at the ranch gets eaten either from ourselves or are they, they give it to to some veterans and things like that. So you know, that's that's cool too to see that. You know, it's not like you should just leave it there to die or something like that. Are you hunting deer or. Yeah, mainly that's. That's what he. I mean, he's he's really into like he, he, he's really, he knows what he's doing. And he, I mean, I don't know the exact words, but he grows them there and he makes sure that like we're like our saying earlier, like the young ones, you know, like you were there, you'll like Nadia that one is too young. That one, you know, that one will be good in like three or four years. So we gotta we gotta keep those. You know, makes you live get those kind of go and keep Cuban join their their life and and maybe some some hogs, some some wild pigs and stuff like that with with both we've done Boe and and obviously with boys little bit tougher kind of mean, right. Well, yeah. I mean, obviously. You gotta be. You got to be precise. You don't want these things to to be charging you. That's like the first episode of game of thrones at king dies for a while boar, there you go. You gotta be careful. There you go. Please tell me you're wearing cowboy hats for all of this. I don't know. We're a hat. But you just make cowboy hats yet. Not that I know. There's a whole market you could explain. Yeah. I'm sure they could, but I think there's a lot of brands Ray there. The cowboy hats that they had to fight there there were they theirselves around, you know. So do you like help address the deer or the pig? You know, as far as getting there with a knife and. Not to do that now and, and it's it's not easy. So Marty is good at that. He knows how to do it, but he's, he's got some friends that that do it and you do down there and watch all the blood and guts and all that. Yeah, it doesn't bother me. It doesn't, you know, is not the most beautiful thing in the world, but by doesn't it doesn't bother me too much. This is probably giving you a lot more to talk about with your colleagues on the PGA tour. 'cause all those guys loved to hunt, right? Yeah, some of them, yeah, for sure. There's there's a good bunch of groups that. Good bunch of guys that the like to do it and and I'll come around and yeah. We, you know, we can talk a little bit here and there about it and you talk about college football now. I mean, you're practically a full blooded American Disney? Well, if always like I've always like American football. I've always, I've always followed the NFL since since I came to the US probably started playing here when I was you know, twelve thirteen years old. I've always enjoyed watching what's in football and but because I didn't. I didn't go to college here. I, I couldn't rela-. I didn't have anyone to really follow or support. And now obviously. With without spending a little bit of time in Austin, and with Angela being a long horn and mardi being alone horn, it's it's easy to to follow them and you know, see, you know, obviously didn't get them on their best years. But by seems like last year was a better year for them with with a new coach in in, you know, it looks like this year could be could be a stepping stone for them. So we're excited to to what some of the games and full of full of them through the through the season. You've been. You've been any games in person? Yeah, I've seen I've seen probably would say about four. Five. I would say. In that setting, do people recognize you or just so football focus that you pass right past them? Excuse me. Yeah, no, some of them do, but you know, whether supporting in watching football, but, but some of them obviously. So speaking of football, the real football, I mean, are you still involved in in your team in Spain that you've you? You're part owner? Yeah..
"sergio garcia" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Making sure that the early the, the veterans, but the but those rookies feel comfortable gnarly on the golf course, but within the team, if if you can manage to do that, then everything becomes easier than you feel like you belong. If you, you know, you go out there nine that you have the support from everyone every single one of your teammates it. It just gives you a little bit extra own coming out there and controlling your nerves and everything goes to everything that goes with it. Do you feel like you have to be the savvy to to rom, you know, the way the or the Jose, Maria guys, who took you in and showed you the way? Well. I mean every time a now being Vena veteran plan playing Radic ups. You know, I've always tried to bring just more than my game to to the team. And I'm yeah, like like I was saying, you know, making making sure that you that you've you make those youngsters of those rookies feel comfortable and. You know, because it's very easy to to kind of do your thing and concentrate just on yourself and trying to do the best you can there for for your team, but it. But some some of us have to kinda welcome all those players like you were saying, like, like some. Some other unfortunate was never able to play in in a team with with the either savvy or a laughable, maybe just one, nine thousand nine. I think it was, but, but yet to to make sure that you make those guys feel comfortable. So then when they go out on the golf course, they can. They can actually play their own game and they don't have to be thinking about too many things. How are you feeling about your your spot on this squad Europe? Well, I mean at the moment obviously, you know, there's have to find a couple of things in there, but you know, it's been in. It's been a tough, probably. Three, three and a half months before that. You know, like I started really well the year I was, I was really comfortable. Obviously, there's been some changes that you know you have to get used to and lost a little bit of confidence in there, but. I'm working hard. I'm trying hard and trying to do everything can't to to get my game in the best shape possible to to, obviously, if Thomas considers it to to be a part of the team in and help out in in any way I can. But you know, there's still probably another month or so until everything is said and done. So we'll we'll see how subtle is the the communication between you and the captain you would do. Do you feel like you have to make a little sales pitch like, hey, I'm close some. I'm hitting a grade. I'm almost there, or do you just you don't worry about and you just play golf? No. I mean, I I've talked to Thomas on. He has talked to me obviously throughout the last couple of months. And he knows obviously, he knows what I bring to team as a as a player, but he knows what I bring to the team as a person myself. And and and I think he appreciates that. And it's just a matter of of seeing if what, what he sees in what he thinks that that I bring to teams is good enough. I'm sure that he doesn't need me to be, you know, obviously he loved me to be one hundred percent on my game. You know, on flying, you know, going and flying colors or how you said, but, but he knows that even in my game is not, you know, one hundred percent in I can bring other things to to my teammates that that might help the team overall, how much can emotion and the adrenaline of the Ryder Cup, just cure whatever's missing in the players game. It definitely can. There's no doubt about that..
Lionel Messi messes up penalty as Argentina frustrated by resolute Iceland
"At four under as a four shot lead going into the final the third round rather the us open coverage on fox beginning at the top of the hour argentina and iceland still one one now headed towards the seventy six minutes jason back to you thank you isaac oh boy now i see stats floating around about the messy penalty struggled geez you guys know i love messi he has now failed to convert five of his last ten penalty kicks for his club and his country fifty percent on pk's and of course the cherry on top ronaldo's at six in a row so listen the it's a fun debate rob would you say messy renaldo is the equivalent it's probably not lebron jordan is it is it durant lebron oh like what there isn't really a good comparison because there's still playing it's more like ten years ago peyton and brady okay let's see here because you can't say lebron durant because they're not neither one of them is clearly identified as the best player so peyton and brady brady was collecting all the super bowls being in head to head neither of these guys is collecting world cups as i said there's no perfect yeah there isn't it's tough again final fifteen minutes on fox argentina iceland tied at one if you're looking for us open updates isaac will have them later in the show unfortunately there's not a lot to report if you have been out of the country for the last two days or what have you these guys did not make the cut rory mcilroy jordan spieth tiger woods bubba watson jason day sergio garcia dude sam a europe are you a golf guy i mean not really recognize those names sex look what.
WWII pilot missing since 1944 crash laid to rest
"Rest at arlington national cemetery more than seventy years after his plane crashed on a pacific island during world war two second lieutenant robert cowan was flying a p thirty eight aircraft that went down in papua new guinea in nineteen forty four relatives never knew what happened to him until november when genetic testing confirmed that remains found years ago on the island were his his funeral with full honors was attended by nieces and nephews who are caroline's closest surviving relatives his mother and two brothers died while he was missing i'm jan johnson us open cut sliced off some huge names gone are tiger woods jordan speed rory mcilroy jason day headed home sergio garcia adam scott and more shinnecock hills beat them all dustin johnson surge though into a fourshot lead heading into the weekend of the us open action cocktails kusak and i'm charlie pellett bloomberg world headquarters a down day for stocks so this update brought to you by sector spider etf's why a single stock when you can invest in.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A new course this year the beautiful trinity forest golf club sergio garcia and jordan speed lead the charge at the at and t byron nelson this weekend on cbs so like i would throw that on james kelly's forehead and point the camera at it damasio this email james kelly is on my mount rushmore no literally his forehead is his biggest those dead presidents rushmore grand phoenix hawk you got to be the happiest guy live they're off you and they're no longer calling to see how fat you are but rather how big pinkies forehead is i'm not gonna do this for four more hours it would be responsible and i know i'm going to get a phone call from somebody here experience one of my suits one of my guys eric spirits go even higher than that and he goes pretty high up the chain my man tyler hail doesn't call me on this dan weber too guys he's going right to voicemail just know that come friday at the end of the program i will be an airplane mode hiromi wasn't a fan of james kelly at first let me stop you right there how can you even have an opinion on james kelly what do you mean you weren't a fan of james kelly yours that helipad the james kelly calls a four salmon saint paul have you had your fun amusement fun i'm like i say it has.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on WDRC
"When they were interviewing last year's winner sergio garcia he's growing facial hair he has a beard and it's gray and i just said and i hear and seems like yesterday he was again his day and meeting grey hairs and it wasn't for the role oh man i'm getting the whole eight six six ninety redeye when it comes to rainy weather are your tires ready to roll springtime showers can lead to unsafe driving conditions but maintaining your tires can help increase your safety during these circumstances maintaining adequate tread depth scenario pressure levels is essential to driving safely and wet weather conditions proper tread depth help avoid the standing water between the road and the tire inspect your tires to ensure that your tires meet or exceed the dot tread depth standards check your air pressure levels regularly to make sure they're properly inflated improperly inflated tires can result in reduced traction and less control which is the last thing you want during a downpour while you can't control the weather you can't control how often you check your tires for suitable air pressure levels and tread depths this maintenance tip is a service of valvoline hd when the going gets tough you need a motor oil you can count on this maintenance tip as service get in touch with red eye radio toll free at eight six six ninety redeye.
Craziest sports stories of the week
"Yeah hopped being conor mcgregor going all nuts throwing a a security stanchion and then a a wheeled dali at a bus that was pulling out from underneath the tunnel of barclay center after a presser for the latest ufc event that's going down there this weekend i'm assuming it's still going down because they can't get anybody to fight habiba neuro nirma demidov right now while then i'm hooked on phonics and i i can only wish we had a camera on me having explained to me by so many folks who are more plugged into you see than i am but i'm reading up on this thing and conor mcgregor as we speak is apparently any courthouse in the seat of city of new york going through an arraignment after having turned himself in when this happened yesterday when he threw stuff at this bus and it's shattered a window what i'd say to you guys i turn you guys i'm like this is new york city right they don't care if this is fake or real they don't care if they're trying to sell tickets or conor mcgregor is trying to do x y and z and whether we're sitting here saying is it real rich fake guess who doesn't care the new york authorities do not care and conor mcgregor is now being walked these doing perp walks right now in new york city has mugshots making the rounds on twitter this morning poll question chris brockman poll question on a day peter king gonna join us in about eighteen minutes time to give us the latest on what's going on in the nfl less than three weeks from the draft rg three got signed this week i have a feeling that's part of what this poll question it's been a crazy week for stories so what's been the craziest story of the week khanna mcgregor's rampage and arrest yesterday by the way sergio garcia fending masters champion got a thirteen on on fifteen yesterday lebron verse nick sabin over the barber shop segment that was crazy and rg three signs with the ravens we miss anything what's been the crazy we nothing tops the defending champion shooting in eighty one because he got a thirteen on fifteen going all roy mcevoy basically on the back nine there at augusta but tony fee now popping his his left ankle out celebrating.
Scott Pruitt asked to use sirens in D.C. traffic and was told no for non-emergency
"Just want to put it out there jordan speak plays golf the way i do radio now i play golf the way sergio garcia plays golf but i do radio the way jordan speed place called sergio garcia's my hero he went fulton copy yesterday five punks in the water i've done that about a thousand times in my kaufman career whole number twelve at the trumbull country club in warren ohio that's that's my life l carry it's it's like i see a little tiny pond and it appears to me to be the pacific i can't miss it tailing i can't mess so anyway scott pruitt back to this this story i was coming in the last break the wall street journal writes this morning trump's pruitt test lead editorial donald trump demands loyalty up the chain of command but loyalty down has been another matter the latest test avoid down will be whether mr trump stands behind scott pruitt is washington screen political machine tries to oust the environmental protection agency administrator for supposedly grave ethics offenses mr pruitt's real said because he is one of mr trump's most aggressive reformers taking on green idols that others would bow before in a year he is rescinded the waters of the us rule that sought to regulate every pond in america proposed repeal the clean power plan role that sought to put coal out of business urged the president to withdraw from the paris climate pact made a priority of cleaning up genuine pollution problems like superfund sites and this week began revising the destructive obama era fuel economy standards if there has been a more consequential cannon officer we official we haven't seen him all this has made mr pruitt at target of the ruling iron triangle bureaucrats interest groups in the press they're creating smoke about his spending an ethics to get him fired because he is a political liability as if they care about mr trump's liabilities mr pruitt's mistake has been to underestimate the animus against him he.
2018 Masters -- Spieth at top of leaderboard
"The master's is jordan speed sits at the top of the leaderboard after one round of play at augusta speed card a six under sixty six in round one that allowed him to grab a twoshot lead over tony fennell and matt kuchar tournament often feels like they're six rounds with with how the weekend the weekend grind is and we'll really any major so this you know i feel like i'm kind of one round down six and so i'm not getting ahead of myself it's just it was a really good start tiger woods and sergio garcia each would struggle yesterday would shooting a one over par seventy three which leaves him seven shots off the lead garcia we've put five balls in the water on fifteen he recorded a score thirteen for that whole that's why garcia is currently tied for eighty fifth place at nine over par eighty one he is in danger of missing the cut the tigers pick up their second one of the season as they knock off the chicago white sox nine seven and ten innings leona martinez and heimer candelaria each driving in runs in the tenth inning to propel detroit to that victory the news however not all good for the tigers miguel cabrera had to leave the game in the second inning with hip tightness he'll be reexamined by team doctors later today michigan's run to a national title ends last night in minnesota but wolverines beaten by notre dame four to three at the froze and four jay kevin scored the game winner for the fighting irish which is five point two seconds left to play in regulation artery lichens goal at the two twenty three mark of the third period the game winner from montreal the canadians defeating the red wings four to three last night at little caesars arena that lost fifteen than the last nineteen games for the wings with sports fifteen and forty five past the hour i'm tony ortiz w w j newsradio nine fifty we've got some lumber on the freeway westbound i six ninety six near the o seventy is seventy five.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Ornament where i drove it in the water is a force carry and i hit i is either two or three more balls in the water after that it just goes to show i mean even to our players a guy like sergio garcia worst human we make mistakes we have mental lapses you know in in after the first couple you're like all right i'm gonna hit this shot so you know it's unfortunate if it's ever going to happen to a place it's going to happen you know like the fifteenth hole where it's you know the thing about augusta national the line between hitting a really good shot and hitting it close and making thirteen very and you know you get on the wrong side of that line and you're trying to force it in there usually doesn't end well at augusta national but you know it's unfortunate for sergio but again to you know to have kind of a bit of a monkey on his back as far as you know not winning major when everybody thought when he was nineteen years old that he would have multiple major championships at this point but for him to to finally be able to do it you know in the second half of his career i know it was a big weight lifted off him he's really enjoyed the week but you know it's also there's a lot going on the defending champion he was here early this weekend i was here covering the drive chip and putt with the kids on on sunday and he went he came over saturday afternoon to a little player informal player meeting to entertained some of the kids and stuff like that so sergio's has had a very busy week i think we're all gonna give him a ton on on his on his renting a few balls there on fifteen just had a baby so he's not a whole lot of getting used to the other side of life the real side justin leonard adjusted is with us here fulltime manolis now at the golf channel he's got a major vacuum ninety seventy the open championship it's funny you say that because now he'll get the sleep misses the cut he doesn't have to go home because you gotta stay there to hand off the jackets right he's right it's a couple of nights asleep right justin you look at the.
Jack Nicklaus' grandson hits hole-in-one at The Masters Par 3 Tournament
"The masters so that's awesome he'll join us in our last segment so that'll be about a half hour from now to talk about the masters and get you all set up because according to our twitter poll half of you are more excited about this year's masters then you have been in the past and let's not kid ourselves there's a lot of buzz phil mickelson just one for the first time in five years roy mcelroy's one this spring and needs that green jacket to complete the career grand slam phil mickelson and rory and justin thomas and dustin johnson of course sergio garcia as the guy who's currently wearing the green jacket all of those are big names jordan speed rickie fowler it's about tiger woods the other buzz would be there just because it's the masters in augusta national tiger brings the added buzz and that big grin on his face that seemingly will not go away so again we'll we'll head south and we will not talk about the weather because i can't do with it but we will we will talk about augusta national and this awesome par three competition that we had on wednesday it was one for the ages and one for the aged tom watson at sixty eight years old wins the parthree competition in and of itself that's extremely cool but also it's so neat to see all the golfers out there with their little kiddos in the in the tailormade white caddy suits and their spouses their significant others and then pass champions like watson like jack nncholas a six time green jacket winner who was golfing with his grandson and his granddaughter his grandson hits a hole in one and jack nncholas melts it was a fantastic moment i tweeted it tweeted the video of it a law radio and producer tom did the same just incredible that's one of my favorite traditions in sports is the par three competition leading into the masters because everyone's so happy and you to see not only the course in all of its glory with the israelis and the green everywhere the trees in full bloom but also everyone so happy before it gets tense and there's a ton of competition everybody is is in such good spirits to really neat atmosphere so we'll talk more about the masters in augusta national coming up with jason when he joins us live half hour from now it's after hours with amy.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Should be it should be interesting to see how you know how everything works out and it it every tournament by the monsters especially it's it's always exciting to watch and to be a part of mm the talk with sergio garcia right now on golick and wingo having conquered this term having slay the dragon sergio what is it like just mentally knowing that listen i can do this i did this last two there's no reason i can't accomplish you go through it but like i said you know every every week is different and every year i'm excited to to see how i'm gonna feel when i got there because i've talked to all well for for a while and he told me that you know walking into the grounds i got a master's shocked stockton it's a different feeling tire place so do i feel you feeling station going through you know it's i'm sure there's gonna be you know really amazing sergio garcia's with us in two thousand seventeen master champion sergio everybody has that one friend that they know that always thinks they can play golf like the pros you have one and he's either common friend of ours former tennis player mardy fish he thinks he's got a green jacket in his bag and was just he taxmen he wanted me to ask you this question yeah he said what did you what are your thoughts on tony romo trying to play on the pga tour.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He's been through and once again get to some semblance of what we saw before i think that makes for an awesome story so yeah there's no question about it makes it more intriguing i think it engages more people just because there's more drama there's more suspense behind it well look it was it was almost a foregone conclusion before now of course he's gonna playing well why wouldn't you win there's no reason why you shouldn't win but i think because he was so dominant in a sport that cannot be dominated you play golf we all know one controls golfing golf controls you you just try to hold on for as long as you can because eventually you know it's going to go sideways and it never seemed to go sideways with this guy and while yes to to to the larger point we do love comebacks and i think this does make him more relatable because look i will concede this may be my own bias here because he was so singularly dominant so singularly unique i think i think he just put them in a different level of the way people perceived him and if it does help then it's going to be crazy because just just look at the numbers by the way for the vowel spar which by the way had a really good field i mean you had patrick readers a fine young player sergio garcia was in the field justin rose was in the field you had a lot of really really good players playing at the bows part but it was it was it was a tour stop it wasn't the players championship was considered the fifth major it wasn't jackson memorial it was just a good tour stop yes okay the ratings for the sunday rounded vowels for where tiger by the way didn't even play well he shot a one hundred seventy yeah okay i mean he missed a lot of birdie putts and he said after the rally was sort of inbetween clubs and all that stuff yada yada yada but anyway it wasn't like he shot a sixty five okay the ratings for the vows bar final round were five point one let's put that in perspective in two thousand seventeen which the masters always gets the highest rating because it's the real start of the.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"By the way recommend anybody getting that place and get some get some of the get the ribs that i had anger at some of that i use a curry corn bread as well it's money endorsed by pauley mack jimmy jelassi that's all you need the amine anything else and so all that great until sunday and here comes the reuben foster arrests now come on now we get into the stickiness of at all which is a good time to say good morning to patrick conner after a rousing shower and after a i saw pieces of confess fight with buster posey's on saturday to i i gotta tell you i had to address it and i got called out for not talking to buster about yeah my desire to have him play more i couldn't make the whole thing about media right pleasure i know you're here but let's talk about my takes yeah i did it dressed one of the two which and that is that i said it was gonna be brand and crawford steaming 2017 area and i said look you were in the opinion business he gets some right sergio garcia the masters astros over the dodgers like i must get a kept by chicken they asked buster all you did was go out and be an allstar silver slugger you should have won the gold glove i still don't know tucker barnhart is yes so basically buster i was wrong mea culpa i want to extend your mea culpa and he went well okay it's difficult buster bed he just let you i just hang yourself and then he just gotta shield by the way every baseball that comes in a jugs machine arizona has your face on easy me smack and you're gonna say i had no idea to which in my own brain as like no no no euro dude patrick can we maybe just have a moment to fantasise about buster posey's waking.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on WTVN
"Sergio garcia teeing off on ice there you go that little wake get your coffee get back on on by way john i i i'm just going to talk to you about this because my script is completely blown the indians are just a mess right now they just they had a four two lead in the bottom of the eighth and they they committed an error carlos santana first baseman went to get a groundball look like bill buckner just were right between slavery and insane turning the double play what happens now the indians they get they give up a run on that because on the air and in buster posey's catcher for the giants just hit a tworun double off the wall so now they're they're trailing five four it's just now going to the top of the nights all the giants needs three out so that would drop the tribe to one and five on this west coast road trip not good not good not good at all john here's some good news for zeke you elliot the investigation into an altercation involving the former buckeye in current cowboys running back is ending according to a statement released by the dallas police department the case cases being suspended due to a lack of a complaint detectives made several attempts to contact the victim but were unsuccessful the police statement also says no witnesses have come forward to provide any additional information about the incident j t barrett name to the davy o'brien award watch list for the nation's best quarterback bear was a semifinalist for the award in 2014 and fifteen and as i just said it's been just a disastrous secondhalf start to the season for the indians their trailing now five two four in the top of the ninth patrick of enough three runs in the eighth inning there one four in on the verge of going one and five since the all star break jose ramirez with a couple of rbis and the third chance for the world's best golfers the capture a major this year begins tomorrow at royal birkdale with the started the one hundred forty six open championship westerville resident and former world numberone jason days had rough year he hasn't had victory missed the cut at last month's us open day talked about not lane the past effect display i just like i said before it just got to be patient.
"sergio garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A lot of birdies so anything can happen they're talking about maybe some rain tonight if that's the case the golf course will not get fire every over the weekend me right now we're talking about a us open in name only because the scores at their villages of forty one forty two forty one player still underpar seven out of the lead a bunch of guys at six under the players compete at five under sergio garcia saying it out well we are going to see the first time since the official world golf rankings were introduced in 1980 sex the top three players in the world in andy if we're being honest about these players to put it bluntly they were all over the course of that's being kind i mean when you got the top three guys basically were everybody's picks this week because they hit a all three of headed a mile dustin johnson could never get it figured out on the greens thursday night and friday morning before the round he decided to change some things as putting it didn't seem to help much he wasn't able to take advantage advantage of his length his wedge game wasn't anywhere near as good as it normally as roy mcelroy front thursday hit miss miss the most fairways of anybody in the event and adjacent day just wasn't sharp usually we see with these towering beautiful iron shots he missed a lot of greens he he even went off the tee with some long irons it hit that and they're junk the three guys that just didn't have it this week very very unusual has the big games gone after two rounds does did johnson mcelroy jason day those are the top three players in the world but also henrik danson alex nor in jon rahm all of those guys is a top10 players plus bill mickelson who skipped the tournament to attend is daughter's graduation third round play from wisconsin continue saturday sports enroll night espn radio.