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"billy andrade" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Awesome. I'll save ten dollars a month type thing and and I just you know just more more folks having the band to be able to to enjoy the stuff and man physical album sales fall down to nine percent. You know we've heard so much talk about about well you know the hipsters and deejays are keeping vinyl alive not that people still aren't buying that but it does seem like it is. We're we're getting to the end of life here in the majority of that. Physical decline is CDs. CDs are now just an inconvenient way to get digital music right they. I thought the last time I got a CD was from from a kickstarter. I had backed and I knew I was going to get the CD. It wasn't like it was a surprise but once I got it I was like wait. What do we do with this because I also had the MP threes from that kickstarter right? So I'm like doc I don't have a convenient way to rip this. I don't need to rip it because I got the MP threes like. I'm not sure what I'm doing with the CD and I think eighty two percent percents music consumption being streaming. I think that's where the everyone you could. You could literally round that up to everyone in the eighteen percent can complain but most everyone is just streaming their music. Now thank you and I probably most of us here Like what do we do with this thing just gets up from its them. Best music compilations. That's great but I have nowhere to. Where would I played as an L. In my front room? If I get a vinyl copy of something then I know exactly what to do. That's funny yeah Well congratulations to Drake Billy Andrade. I don't know who we had a we had a story on streaming numbers from spotify. Gosh last month I think post Malone was their number one artists so looks like he's He's he's a crowd favourite. Yeah and they're making money have been streaming more music Like I just use apple music through the Amazon Echo and just I played. Today's hits quite often so you know who is the five years ago. There were people who were like but streaming streaming. You don't really own the music. What if the album gets yanked for some reason from the service that you use and and you know you really earn control of that that does sometimes happen open but less and less frequently so streaming music is is has has gotten pretty solid to the point where it is a rare day where I go? Where's this album on apple music music that I wanted and and doesn't exist anymore? Now we need to do TV and we're good search ten speed and Brown pilot is available for streaming we'll know where their researchers researchers at malware bytes say that an android phone subsidized by the US government for low income users comes preinstalled with software. That installs adware without the user's knowledge. Your permission software is located in the settings APP meaning you could uninstall it but then you'd be uninstalled the settings APP which means you wouldn't be able to use your phone so not really a way to uninstall it a second piece of software called Wireless Update installs your phone's security and system updates. It's but also other apps without permission. It appears to be a variant of a AD OPS from Chinese company that was found to collect user data on blue phones. So that's worrying and again if you could remove it but if you do you won't get any system in security updates anymore.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Awesome. I'll save ten dollars a month type thing and and I just you know just more more folks having the band to be able to to enjoy the stuff and man physical album sales fall down to nine percent. You know we've heard so much talk about about well you know the hipsters and deejays are keeping vinyl alive not that people still aren't buying that but it does seem like it is. We're we're getting to the end of life here in the majority of that. Physical decline is CDs. CDs are now just an inconvenient way to get digital music right they. I thought the last time I got a CD was from from a kickstarter. I had backed and I knew I was going to get the CD. It wasn't like it was a surprise but once I got it I was like wait. What do we do with this because I also had the MP threes from that kickstarter right? So I'm like doc I don't have a convenient way to rip this. I don't need to rip it because I got the MP threes like. I'm not sure what I'm doing with the CD and I think eighty two percent percents music consumption being streaming. I think that's where the everyone you could. You could literally round that up to everyone in the eighteen percent can complain but most everyone is just streaming their music. Now thank you and I probably most of us here Like what do we do with this thing just gets up from its them. Best music compilations. That's great but I have nowhere to. Where would I played as an L. In my front room? If I get a vinyl copy of something then I know exactly what to do. That's funny yeah Well congratulations to Drake Billy Andrade. I don't know who we had a we had a story on streaming numbers from spotify. Gosh last month I think post Malone was their number one artists so looks like he's He's he's a crowd favourite. Yeah and they're making money have been streaming more music Like I just use apple music through the Amazon Echo and just I played. Today's hits quite often so you know who is the five years ago. There were people who were like but streaming streaming. You don't really own the music. What if the album gets yanked for some reason from the service that you use and and you know you really earn control of that that does sometimes happen open but less and less frequently so streaming music is is has has gotten pretty solid to the point where it is a rare day where I go? Where's this album on apple music music that I wanted and and doesn't exist anymore? Now we need to do TV and we're good search ten speed and Brown pilot is available for streaming we'll know where their researchers researchers at malware bytes say that an android phone subsidized by the US government for low income users comes preinstalled with software. That installs adware without the user's knowledge. Your permission software is located in the settings APP meaning you could uninstall it but then you'd be uninstalled the settings APP which means you wouldn't be able to use your phone so not really a way to uninstall it a second piece of software called Wireless Update installs your phone's security and system updates. It's but also other apps without permission. It appears to be a variant of a AD OPS from Chinese company that was found to collect user data on blue phones. So that's worrying and again if you could remove it but if you do you won't get any system in security updates anymore.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Boy He just constantly just gave me crap APP all the time. About what like like he treated me like we were on. You know we were on a You know we're on the same team and I was the rookie you know. He was the veteran. And like I had you just constantly just busting my chops you know you gotta get better you know. I was looking at the moneyless. One time time he was behind me. He was number one on the money list. That was one hundred thirtieth on the money list. He's a rookie rookie all the time. The ten year he just it was forced for years of hell with pain But I think the one that made me the most nervous was was ray floyd he just Had that swagger and had that walk and had those is and you know you just didn't know where you stood with with ray so he was a little the very intimidating. I would say everything I've ever heard like ray floyd sounds like the biggest just sounds like a minute. Yeah he and he used it. I mean and he's still. I think has got the record for winning. He won both on the regular tour in the champion's tour in the same year at at age. Fifty or fifty one which one Durrell anyone I guess any turn then he played in something. US senior open and one that or something like that so no no. No other players ever done that. Which is pretty pretty amazing and We've gotten me good friends now. Like in his older older older years. We always seem at the masters. Astor's I do stuff with. At and T. and he's big. At and T. Guy. And I interviewed him and stuff like that and now we have fun with it but When he was a player he was he was all business and he was all school and you had a respect? Them fee came in the fitness van. You know you you get your ass off to fitness table. uh-huh gets on the table and you ever seen anybody cross him One time there was a little altered not an altercation was just a you know he. He Ian George Burns went at it in the fitness fan and I was like in the corner sitting there going. Oh Jeez I have no idea but it was like they were going at it pretty good. That was my rookie year. Yeah it was crazy. I'm curious what on the on the champions tour circuit. It can be kind of a maybe. It's not maybe for you guys. It's easy to see kind of difficult people to prognosticate. Who's going to succeed out here? And who doesn't and for some guys your game just goes into your fifty s or maybe it's late forties and it doesn't come back. Is there anything you can kinda shine a light on for. You know what goes when it goes for a lot of people as a common trend you see and are you able to see guys that are coming out and be like oh I think. He thinks he's going GonNa be successful here but he doesn't know how hard it's going to be. Yeah I think You know you you have to work at it. I think you have to be in pretty good shape. I think the guys that have kept themselves elves in good shape that come out on the champions tour. We're going to continue to play. Well it's the ones that are broken down. That have had a lot of injuries or gain a a lot of weight or just. Don't have the physically. They can't they can't do it. We can and we got those guys might have problems. The other the other issues too is. Yes you you might have been a hall of Famer on you might be in the hall of fame and then you come out here and Paul goydos beaten. Yeah Billy the Andrew Beaton you. Mike Allow Nubia Guys that you beat that you've crushed your whole career in. How do you handle that? How do you handle that mentally? And I. You think you're saying this with a smile interface. Thank you also got a couple of guys. I just you know an rookie but no it's true. I just think that some guys have you know it's a different game again. Now you have to prove yourself again even though you're a hall of Famer or maybe going going to become a hall of Famer of what of your body of work you did on the regulatory when you come out on the champions tour you gotta you gotTa have some edge you have to you have to. You have have to continue to perform if you don't how do you handle that. I mean how do you handle. Nobody wants to finish thirtieth or fortieth in. You know why you know when I came out nick price was was on his way down in for Nick who had who had a nice career on on the champions tour he hurt himself I think he had some shoulder. Injury made me an elbow problem or whatever and he hit the wall and I you know he was just telling me I can't do this anymore. And he he basically retired Though he's what fit in late fifties maybe fifty nine sixty And still plays very well. Good a good Golfer. Unbelievable career you know. Just couldn't do it physically so you have that physical thing and then you have some guys that just how do you deal with the fact that you know a guy that you'd beat mm left and right and now all of a sudden he. He's he's winning. You're not I mean how do you deal with that. So there's a little bit of that too do you think In the coming years most guys are going to come out and play champion store. Well we hope so. We're GONNA see next year Phil. Mickelson turns fifty the US Senior Open. Newport Country Club Newport Rhode Island being a Rhode Islander. I'd love to see Phil you know in his first week. turned fifty play in that tournament. that would be awesome so it feels listening. You Know Phil once you come up to Rhode Island. We'll take good care of you and play in the senior open. But you know we've had our star and he's been unbelievable for a decade over. A decade is is Bernhard Langer. And he's been he's been kind of our Our goto but we need the new GO-TO WHO's going to be the new person that's going to take over Freddy when he comes out. It's a different game It's a it's a different feel. It's like when Tigar I came out and when Tiger player determined tiger doesn't play tournament. They're two different kinds of tournaments The excitement the energy level In for us to have that to to to see Davis Start and play a little bit. I don't know I just read what he's now he's GonNa do TV. I don't I don't know how much golf is GonNa play but having having I'm an R.. Stars out here is huge. Freddie's not playing this week In the Charles Schwab Cup at that hurts us. You Know Steve. stricker is not here. That hurts us. So we we need those guys to to play and Only time will tell to see how many of these big guys WanNa play in. Come out here and want to continue to compete. I think because Phil is a junkyard dog and he loves the competition and he loves to perform can see Phil Plan A pretty good diet on the on the champions tour after he finishes up plan the regulatory for him. It might be fifty five before he decides to maybe play full-time fulltime out here. But so it comes down to the competition and not not necessarily you know. Hey I'm comfortable. I made forty million dollars in my career. Like it's it's just the competition petition. Yeah it's it's of course it's has nothing to do with money can't be half in half out on the t you can't. It's really hard I would imagine to do. Like I'm GONNA to play like ten events this year on the champions tour because like you said guys are grinding. It's not you're not. This is not a vacation. You're not coasting. Well you get to play golf right and you think about the scores. These guys that were all shooting out here is is pretty amazing. So you can't just come out here. I think that if you turn on that turn the light on you're going to go out and shoot you know twenty I five hundred win It just doesn't happen that way but you you get You get these guys that that that just play some great golf so it's It'll be interesting to see I. I hope I hope all the guys that turned fifty. I Know Ernie els exists is excited about coming out and playing gym furious very excited about coming out unplanned. He told me he's still gonNA plan the regulatory this coming year because he's close to the top fifty and he wants to play the masters one more time but he's You know these guys talking about wanting to play the champions tour so if those guys come out then you know then we're in good shape to to to have You know somebody like that. Be The next burn hard and that will carry our tour for the next ten years. Do you ever see the age limit. Dropping for the champion's tour it's been talked about but I I just don't see it. I just I just think that Fifty is a good number I do know that forty five to fifty is no-man's-land for a lot of guys and they have to wait to do it but when you see all of us that it waited now all of a sudden we put it down. A forty-five is economic our tour better. I don't know I don't know maybe maybe yes maybe now I can't answer that all right Morgan. The most we gotta let you go. We really appreciate the appreciate the our loved against the time. Best luck this awesome. Do you have any questions for us. I in huge fans you guys you have no idea. You're up there with Larry David. That's flattering. There is one thing I need to fill in here. You probably don't get this a lot but when I was maybe nine or ten years old my favorite player on Earth because walking off the sixth green at Northfield village. You hand me a glove when I was a kid and my mom took that glove back to Murphy village and had you told told you the story had you sign it and she sent me that picture today. which is the glove that we've kept awesome so a little small interactions over the years so my my stick was Golf balls and gloves I would give to kids. You know all the time. When I was started started I always would get an extra dozen balls from title list so I could do that so I did a commercial with Wesley Brian did did. He's a sketchers kid so we we did this commercial with cooter and I know I've seen it a hundred billion right right so we did this whole day. Yeah shoot and you know when it was over since. Hey won't tell you you flip me a ball to masters you know and I was nine years old crazy. Soul walk at the clinic for Tron High. Yeah yeah sure. Yeah I remember that over Cherokee the unit that I think chip. Beck's kids was on that day. Awesome boys thank. You Appreciate Club Beater Right the club. 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"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

"The right when the person's just doubled and so I told him he was lucky son of a gun because what was he came out at that right time. Yeah what's what could without while that's happening. What are you guys saying you joe like can you believe all this month because it was everybody kind of freaking out during that time period of inflation inflation? I don't remember that I just you know 'cause you're in it but I do remember you know thinking that I just want three hundred sixty thousand dollars in two weeks On the tour I mean. How cool is this in You know I I never played for the Mo- I it's not the money thing for me. I played because I love the competition. I Love I'm doing what I was doing. And it just so happened that just started going higher and higher and higher and it's it's amazing what What these guys are playing for today and I think is fantastic with when you won your your second event in a row? They're like you'd never won before were you. Were you running on fumes at the beginning that second week and and Kinda it came in with low expectations like hey everything's gravy now after one kemper. I want I win camper then I go to. I go to would Mont Golf Club on the day after after and Qualified for the US Open. And then I go to Westchester and I bump into Jay Haas before the first or sixty eight in the first round he goes. How'd you play and I went? I shot three-under. I don't know how the Heck I did it. I'm exhausted. I haven't slept. Whatever he goes? Well you know the best the best time to win your second tournaments after your first one and he won. When I was in college he won back to back weeks On the tour this early early eighties so I remembered that because I was in school and I was roommates with with his brother. So as I can't you know what time vendor and then so it was it was it was. It was some crazy number. Twenty one under the Kemper broke the record slough and I shot that. beat him in a play-off off shot ten under at Would Mont to be the low medalist for that and then I go I go the next day it was an outing. I had to do at quaker acreage. I shot sixty five and then I go to Westchester and I shoot eleven under and then I go to the. US Open First Round I think I was five hundred after ten leading the tournament. And then we had hazeltine storms came in people Get hit by lightning and stuff and It was crazy crazy day and I I'd that's when I hit the wall hit the water over that I was going to say any type in billy android on Youtube. The first result that comes up is billy I android disaster. US Open. Yeah and it's the he's not right. Yeah hit hit my third shot. I think over the green in between these routes of this tree and I just I couldn't get it there. I just started within it. I think but Yeah I had a pretty big meltdown there but I didn't care you need to fix the Google searches. This is what What I was getting at though going back to what you said earlier about playing practice rounds with like Watson and some of these older guys? What's is it? Just the factor going away or are they the plane of practice route a specific way. That really helped you as a young guy like a sponge. Yeah some Spungen and I'm just trying to learn and and if you're playing with the greats of the game it doesn't matter what sport you play in a what you're doing if you're hanging out with with the greats and you're hanging out with the savant the best of the best. I I just think as a sponge you just GonNa get better by Osmosis is just going to happen. And that's what happened to me. I just I I learned observed and that's what I would tell any kid today. You know kids that come out of college today. And they play practice rounds with their buddies that they went to college with You're not gonNA get better you you'll be okay but I think you need to play with great players so What happened with Watson is I played four or five practice rounds with them? And then I got paired with the final-round the Honda Classic and and that was my rookie year. It's just two months later and there was no all playing with them. You know I didn't I already. I know didn't have There wasn't Nur there was nerves but not nerves because I up because him not because he's not GonNa Change my attitude And I think that that's That's it you just when you're around greatness and you ask questions and you watch and you observe and see how they do their business And then and you pick what what you WANNA take out of that in little things. That Watson did that made me think. Okay I need to do this more chip more. Maybe over here work on this part of my game. Are you playing a match you you like to some of the guys seemed like they like to gamble when they play. Yeah no there was. No there was no gambling going on with in those days as it was just Just me just learn how to how to do how to go about how they you know. Hey this is one of the greatest players of all time. I'm just I'm just a sponge watching him. He's doing something right and I know you're really really good golf. I mean Your Age Aga Rolex player year your all American College. You've kind of checked all the boxes at every step along the way. When did it Kinda dawn on you like well probably sixteen? I played the Insurance Youth Classic. which which was a very very big national Gina Tournament and it was at Yale University at a place where I played a few tournaments in one so I I liked the course love the place? Yes and Tracy Phillips was the number one junior goll from the world at that time and he had a two-shot lead going the last round. I was paired with him in the last group. I beat mm-hmm shot sixty eight and one and I went from a nobody from Rhode Island to Gulf digested a ranking. At the end of the year they had their annual Golf Digest. And you would get you look in there and you would have the top amador's top ten top ten junior boys top ten junior girls and I went to fifth from winning that one tournament and then the next year I won the Insurance Youth Classic Again I won by. I think nine or ten shots that yell again. No it was August Country Club in Augusta Georgia and then two weeks later I I won the PGA Junior. So I became the number one junior golf from the country golf digest so I think that was the start of. I'm pretty good. I think I can get a college scholarship and they beaten down your door. I I was the ultimate free agent Because everybody knew I was I was leaving Rhode Island so it was very overwhelming. And they want to go to Brown. Well Al Yeah. How about yeah? Day Patterson was the coach Yale University at the time he pulled me aside and said you're too good for for New England. You gotta go. Oh south of this is your dream you know so wake forest was one of the one of the one of the schools that came calling and Arnold Palmer and Arnold Palmer. Scholarship was huge and Jerry. Haas was there that wake at the time he was a year old and the main he so you can be my roommate and everything kind of fit right in. It was a small all school I was. I was from a small state and went to a small prep school. So just Went Down for a visit and he was like yeah. I can definitely go to this place and the other schools I was looking at. We're all bigger schools. You Know Texas Oklahoma State and these other big schools ever great golf programs. They were huge. And I think that if I did go to a bigger your school I don. I don't know if I'd be here today. I probably would have floundered and in got distracted where a wake forest Classroom size was small. Everybody knows was everybody and you can't hide And I think that that was a great fit for me. Did you have a relationship at all with Mr Palmer great relationship. Oh Yeah it was That that happened immediately in colleges because the workforce connection or when did that start well he came to wake forest. The Schwab Cup at that time was called Vantage Championship. And it was at Tanglewood outside of Winston Salem and he came by the The new Arnold Palmer dohrn just opened up to check it out and then meet the team and then meet his new guy which was me and he pulled me aside and You I just wanted to shook my hand and just say that You know this is a great opportunity for you and all that so it started there and then my rookie. You're on the tour. You know immediately got an exemption at bay hill and I got. I played twenty twenty-five Bay hills in a row and a couple of times especially late in my career when I needed another exemption I always got one and then he came up to Rhode Island played in our CVS health charity classic. A few times with me. We used to have a standard standard game At Bay Hill on Tuesday and go play the back nine. Just the two of us. We did that for years and so we had. I had a great relationship ship with him and like a lot of players have have had or had So it was it was tremendous. Yeah I don't know how that guy had time for all the things he did but can you saw this on the scratch video. You did a couple years ago can you tell. The story of Of the accidental phone calls may have been directed towards Mr Palmer. Yeah it it was It got really comical there for awhile. I'm not tech savvy in Back in those days the phones you know everyone had a blackberry. Blackberry was the the big phone and Even today if I go to my my contacts Eight P. is the first one in my contact list so for some reason I kept bought. Dial in like the first person in the contact list which was him and it you know I could. I could hear him. You Know Billy Billy Goddamn it did it did it again. You did it again. One time I was hanging up a jacket and I had. I did a thing up in Boston. And and I was hanging a jacket up in the closet at the hotel and I heard his voice in the closet. God damnit billy you did it again so I did it for about a year and didn't know how to control it so it took a life of its own. Yeah and he He I think he enjoyed it after a while because he brought up to a few a few publications who were your. I guess that may have been the answer. The question right there but guys that you really looked up to or guys that you were most starstruck by when you came out on the tour. Jack Nicklaus His his son was at Carolina. When I was awake so I was? 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"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

"When you do. TV A few friends that may call you and say hey you did a nice job today but you really don't you don't know where you stand so TV breeds insecurity. And I've always been very secure in my life and my in what I do and you like me great if you don't that's fine too but when you do tv you you you really don't have any clue You know I didn't get a whole lot of phone calls from the golf channel. Sandy did a really good job. I did have a couple of calls when I when I was the analysts analysts that I was slumping the chair to and I had a sit up. Sit Up more. That was the only tip I got so when I first started with the golf channel I was I that was a whole announcer and then I did. Some analysts work on on a few tournaments and then I was an encore commentator. So I did all the different roles that you can do and I did it with different producers so I had some golf channel people then I had Lance Barrow with CBS. And I am Tommy Roy with NBC and they all do it differently so so you have to try to figure out how you you can maneuver all this. And it takes time it takes time to be with a group that that's why. NBC is so good because of they've been doing it forever and CBS. Does it a different way. But they're very good at it too because they do forever and then when you could discuss that if uh-huh and then when you then when you see Fox and I started off doing the the. US Open when they when they got that contract. They were terrible awful because they've never done it before not with the crew. Now those same people so they've gotten better over the years but That was the hardest part I think is just No one went to talk when to not talk. Tuck winter take it to commercial those things that you just did it on the fly. There was nobody. You didn't go to class to figure out how to do this. You just did it and if you if you were good at it then Then I guess at the end of the year they they resigned. You tell me Roy you're the whole time at times. Yes and at times Lansbury. Who is in your ear here too But you you need that you need. You need direction especially being an encores commentator. You'd I don't have. I'm not looking at a video screen. So you have to to Kinda in your brain figure out. Okay how you do it now. Tommy Roy doesn't do tape shots were. CBS Does it tape shot. So I can already see you. Hit hit your Puttin A- and you missed it low or you left at short and I could say this putz really slow. I just saw him. You know so so on course commentator would. CBS In with the Golf Golf Channel. You do taped shots. And they'll come to you and they'll say what kind of parts he got here and then you've already seen it where time Roy. NBC Doesn't do that they don't do tape. Shut the tape shots are done by the guys up in up in that. Have that whole so. In that respect it was easier for me being out there because then I could just go up to the next to the next hole. I didn't have to wait and kind of recreate this Putt and you see it in your ear in your ear. They'll say like a tape shot. Then he's over he's over at. He's getting ready to put it now. You're talking while while these doing so and you're not looking at it. That's a that's crazy that's trip. What was it like to kind of transitioning into your mid forties like? The state of your game was a swallowing pride feeling of going into media. What did you think did you think you? We're done with golf when you made that transition counting down to champion's tour what's that time period between forty five and forty nine and three hundred sixty four days like yeah. It was At first it was it was a relief to okay. I'm going to do something different. I'm gonNA try something different. I'm going to learn a new craft. That was Kinda cool It was a relief if mentally to know that. Okay I'm not You know I'm not going to have to grind to survive on the PGA tour given that part up so it was kind of a relief. Relief there and then Just just learning this new three I I did it for three years My First Year I did twelve tournaments the second year I did nine tournaments in the third third year. I did eight tournaments and Jack Graham that hired me said. You're the only you're the only person I've ever hired. That wants less tournaments than more tournaments Most guys want to keep doing it and doing more and get into it now as I knew what I was GONNA do. I just needed a break from the game. I think that the taken that break. I think that's helped me tremendously on the champions tour because I I didn't WANNA come. I didn't WanNa do that transition from the regulatory of the champion's tour playing Lousy Golf. Because then you can't turn that switch on and go Kay I'm going to start playing great again so I think taken that break really mentally really helped me in in in when I came out at fifty hours I was fired up and I was ready to go in and played well right away. What chain your game between the time when you were done with the PGA tour and starting the champion's hippyish story couldn't be easier? Setups couldn't have changed. No no I think. I think it's just you know it's just pressure. You know playing lousy and plane lane lousy again and then just going home and your kids are going to miss the cut again. It's it's tough you know it's it's it's just a grind and then into come out at fifty and start playing well it's It's like a new lease on life. So it's it's it's it's clean. Yeah it's it's not it's not there it's not there while you're doing TV did you have. Did you feel like God. Just WanNa play right now like you have that urge. Are you so focused on the analysis and stuff. I feel like it'd be hard being a competitor to then switch over to behind the camera wanting to hit the shot like wanting to be back in the in the action the other other times that I would say sure but Nine knew that it was that I knew my role that I wasn't playing well in in this. This'll to be a good a good break for me. I enjoyed the break I still played a little bit Played a couple of tournaments year Just to wet you Have that sensation But I didn't play that well and then when I turned forty nine I did get in a few tournaments and You know the Sanderson Farms was opposite the British open and went down there and I was even par through twenty seven holes and finished I think eighteen under and finished fifth. I remember Woody Austin one so that that's when the light went off like okay I I still think I got some some game here because this is pretty cool to do that. And had my my son Came Academy for me. He was nice cool so that was really cool to going back to let's like into your PGA tour career. What was what was your? I guess coming out into the into the tour kind of experience like when you go out there first time around there. Who are the guys you looked up to? who were the guys became some of your early friends? And what was your early experience like on the tour so Yeah I played a few tournaments amador on the PGA tour. The Western open invited me because the year before Scott verplank one as an amateur so in eighteen eighty seven played there. I played the masters as an amateur so I played the Bank of Boston which it pleasant valley is named her so I felt like I was good enough to you know. I wasn't in total awe but when I first came out my first year I struggled finished. I think thirty fourth on the money list. I didn't keep my card hard. Bhai think nine thousand dollars had to go back to q school. And then the summer of eighty nine I played with Fred couples and policing and the last group group at West Chester and I beat them both and finish fifth. And that's when my career took off the that's so it took a year and a half a play in the tour. Where am I good enough? I think I am good enough. But I haven't results haven't haven't really showed yet. And then once I finished fifth in Westchester my career took off and and who helped me Br Facts was a huge help out of the gate. You know he made. Sure I had great practice rounds You know if it was Tom Kite my rookie year. I went up to Tom Watson and and introduced myself at The first tournament and said Hey I'm new guy out here. Let's play a practice round with the next week. Phoenix eight on ball in the air at eight thirty thirty So I played a lot of practice rounds with Watson and Andy North in doing that took the all away edge off of. Yeah like so. So then you starting to play practice rounds with all these great players The one the one thing that just blew me away was was how short everybody was like. I thought Ben Crenshaw was six to one watching. TV and then you meet him and he's like shorter than me So everybody was a little shorter than All the all the all the studies. It's that that I watched as a kid growing up but When I first came out it was? It was making sure that I played great practice rounds with great players so factually helped me there. Jay Haas was as a Muslim was a huge help for me being a wake forest guy and Taking care of me just making sure I was. I remember him saying to me that You know we're playing for at this time. This was nineteen eighty eight. You Plan for a lot of money out here and you know if it's first class versus coach on a long flight you know and it's three hundred dollars. There's more you know you you're in the major leagues you treat yourself like you're a major leaguer not Nana minor leaguer and a hotel that's close to the course is more are expensive than hotel. That's forty minutes away. Stay at the hotel close to the chorus interesting and and treat yourself as you know. You're you're in the big leagues and And that really helps so there was an Peter Jacobsen was another guy that just I remember playing the Western open income in shot. Seventy seven. Whatever and in Peter Walk by and said how'd you play He? Billy what's up. Hey Hey Peter What's wrong. You look down. I said well I just shot seventy seven he goes. It's over her rounds over man. There's nothing you can do about now. Just get ready for tomorrow and like those little things from guys that I respected and look up looked up to or things that I I to this day. I still remember that. Were you know big keys for me in in in my success early on on that money front you were. We just discussing their did it. I mean seeing what happened in golf basically in the late late nineties and into the early two thousands how much the money exploded going back to the earliest ninety s when the peak and prime of your career. Did it feel like a ton of money. Even at that time even with what's to come down the pipe. Oh Yeah No I. In in ninety one I want two weeks in a row and I won one hundred and eighty. They were million dollar tournaments. And I just remember Tom Kite. Saying you're you're so lucky that that you came came up when you came up because our plan for million dollar tournaments you know and you get one hundred eighty thousand for the win when he came up. If you WANNA tournament it was thirty grand or forty the grant to win so it's He just said you. You're just you're just one lucky son of a gun and then I would. I would say the I said the same thing that Justin Leonard. He came out right at the right time. He came out in ninety six ninety seven right when.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Choose hurting him and he was yelling and screaming the whole time and it was just hilarious and then we went. I took bill cost and I went to dinner with them. This is a very okay very funny story so I just emailed them and said Hey I'm coming in for the LA open after Pebble Beach Room at the end. And he says yeah you can stay But you have to leave on Thursday because I got other people coming in so I get there Sunday. He's got a girlfriend that came over and then watching the grammy's and I went to bed. I was tired. I just flew in from Pavel. Now it's Wednesday and we're going to dinner and I got Bill Haas in and actually the table next to us was does the Gretzky's with Dustin Johnson in the sixteen year old Paulina. That's when they met that night and they ended up hooking up and getting together right so that was the first time they met. How about that next door at the next table over? But anyway so we're walking in and it's the first Surroun- is Thursday and I got a check out and get a hotel room. Because Larry's got people coming in. And he had his buddy Nick Stevens with them who's he's an agent And did some mm stuff with science. The seinfeld stuff so as we're walking in I've asked Larry three times like you know. When do I need to leave? You know check out like I'm playing late. Do I check out in the morning or can I come back after one of these one of these other folks coming in and he said No. You're good I said okay. I asked him again he said No. No you're good. You're good so I don't know what that means. So we're walking into his restaurant. I say the Nick Nick. What's the deal? I've asked him three times. He says he's got people coming in. I don't know when I need to leave. And he says I'm good he goes. He said you're good. He goes lemons. You make you made the cut. I mean when he goes see. It's the Jewish thing no Jew would commit to someone for a whole week if they don't really know him that well okay so so you commit for half a week and then you know if I'm a pain in the pain in the ass and he can just say like people coming in he had nobody come in. Yeah that's that's really so so it's absolutely brilliant so if you if you're you know we have a summer place in Rhode Island and you know if we don't really know the folks coming in say. Hey well we it can only go like three or four days and then can we come up for a few days in the summers sure. Yeah no problem but it was really funny so I made the cut so I was there the whole week so I didn't get kicked out. Do you like going out to La. I love it I love L.. Do you feel like you're done with it after a week. You WanNa stay none onsite like all right good. I'm going to turn this off now. I'm good I'm good with it. Yeah no it's It's a good for a week. Good to see all the famous people I enjoy where I live. I enjoy Georgia and I enjoy Joe. Enjoy Rhode Island and it's always fun to go to La because you know you always playing good golf courses and it's a good vibe but it's it's it's nice to to go back home. What's your favorite course out there? You know the whole pebble beach area is fantastic. You Know Riviera now is just unbelievable. I mean when we played there back in the day from in eighty eight was my rookie year. The course was always in terrible shape. I acquainted till like a beautiful old whore that That that is just been run down and and and Rung Wet. You'll like like just she so tired and so it's she's just well well pastor peak well past her prime and that's what Rivera was just as gray golf course just awesome but was always in terrible shape especially when we got there in February anywhere and it was just. It was just so sad because at that time they had a couple of thousand members every Monday they would have two programs one in the morning one in the afternoon so the golf course never could rest never could get in good shape and that's totally changed now it's They only have three hundred members. I think you could play a US. Open there any any week of the year. It's like it's like Pebble Beach Pebble Beach. When I first on the tour in the late eighties it was owned by the Japanese? I think owned it and and until Peter Ueberroth and Arnold Palmer and Clint Eastwood in that group bought it now. They've restored it in Pebble Beach. You can go there any given day any given week and it's unbelievable shave it's fantastic and that's you know that's the way Riviera was it was just never in good shape and now it is and it's It's really cool to play. So those courses are great. I love going over to Bel Air and seeing some friends there. Mac Davis the old singer from what was that movie. North Dallas US forty. Maximum is a legend up there at At Bel Air. So when I come in China usually get around in with him and it's funny like like I feel like everything I think about L. A.. A lot of it is through. Curb your enthusiasm right where the owner of the golf course in curb your enthusiasm The Japanese guy. He's got the Swan and all that that's kind of how I think I don't know who owns Rivera now. But that's kind of how I think era or like you talking about the guy or getting divorced. I like I just think of Cheryl Michelle Wright who you're talking about right. It's it's when you're with the guy you're in you're in episode and that year that I stay stay with him They were filming and I played in the pro-am in the morning in the afternoon I went down it was near the near. LAX and He ended up. Put me in a in one of the episodes So I was a doctor and And in only two people called and said Hey I saw you curb your enthusiasm. Handsome one was John. Houston who has not call me since and that was fifteen years ago ten years ago and Jerry Haas my old college roommate golf coach at wake forced he called me to say to people that noticed that I was a doctor on care. Museums may visit privileged medical conversation. Yeah felt we're coming for for folks that don't watch. PGA Tour Champions week-to-week basis talk to us about what. What's the difference? The main difference is our core set up of course as you guys play I mean is it just not move forward. And and what's the difference in in your mind I think that will course set up on the PGA tour changed as I got older In the change was has like six six and six so like the first few days they would have six hard pens six medium pens and six Kinda easy pins and then towards the end of my career. It seemed seen like First round every pin was hard eighteen hard pens every single day every single week So the golf courses changed in that respect out here. You're setting up a course for fifty year old in your setting up a course for you may have a guy who's seventy that's playing in it so there's a couple of holes where if there's force carry you can't go all the way back where you can have some guys in the field that can't carry water or can't carry a hazard so they have to move tees up on a few also. I think the biggest difference is that on the PGA tour. You have two or three or four par fours that are over five hundred yards out here. We don't have that we were. We were a little little short in that. We'll have maybe one ball buster par four on each nine that You know that you have to pay attention to where on the regular tour seems seems like a lot of par fours or ball buster holes. What was your view of the champion's tour while you're let's say you're in your prime on the PGA tour right? What was your view? The champions tour and how is that view differ from actually having experienced it for several years. Now that's a great question because you know when you're on the PGA tour you're in that bubble. Didn't really watch much of it. I watched more of it when I was younger when I was not on the tour. In the champion's tour I started in remember going out to Newport Country Club had the golf digest pro-am and watching the Sam snead played their Arnold Palmer. was there all these. You know the guys that started the champion's tour I remember white. What going out and watching them play the once I got on the PGA tour? I didn't really you know kinda autumn. Mind you not really paying attention to it. You see a little bit of it but not much and and then coming out. I didn't know how it's going to be How the guys were going to accept me? Because it's been a long time since I seen a lot of these guys when I turned fifty and it was I was blown away on the Camaraderie. I was blown away about everybody embracing me and give me a hug saying you know. This is You're going to have a great time time out here. This is a great tour It's a lot more relaxed. It's fun having a good time. Oh Gosh it's it's ridiculous it's it's just you know I I why did TV. When I was forty six seven eight I quit and forty nine? I started practicing and get ready for fifty and my goal was mentally. That I'm gonNA enjoy this I played the tour for twenty. Five years You don't really realize how much of a grind it is. And how much pressure there is. I mean you get pressured to servive pressure to keep your card. Now you build a family now you have bills to pay all those things kind of go with it and you just Kinda you're riding this ride you know at the end of my career. I wasn't playing very good and and that was a good break from me. My wife was going back to seminary She she's now a Presbyterian minister. My kids were in middle school and high school so I was home more and I did this. TV thing And I enjoyed working for the golf channel out on the you know I was a roving on course reporter commentator and I enjoyed being out there and watching. I learned a lot because you know as a player you I think every player is making every pot and then you go out and you're following either woods or Mickelson or whoever the hottest players that week and you realize they don't make everything and They do chip. Well they all pretty close in You know they have the the stress level. Isn't that hard for the great players you know. They chip it close and they don't they don't have to make five footers every single to save shots and stuff and so. I learned a lot in that those three years but My goal was to come out on the champions tour and have fun on that care a whole lot and just enjoy the process. I have a bad day. It's no big deal and with that mindset. I've played great. I've really embraced this tour and I've enjoyed it. You know the guys. I always said the guys that were pricks on the regulatory less prickly on the on the champions You you not really but you know who they are and and their edges is not not like the PG tour in. I didn't realize how much pressure should the tour was until I got away from it to see How much pressure there is on surviving? You know if miss three or four cuts in a row so how how. How are you dealing with that? And then having a trying to get it back and get it back you always you always get that pressure in the frontal lobe pair of grind to survive in. If you did as long as I did it you understand where you understand what I'm talking about. What was the toughest part about get TV? I would say the hardest thing. Is that on the plane golf. which is the only thing I've known my whole life and that's my job? You know every day. Hey where you stand you know when you leave the course if you shot seventy five. You're seventy five shooter and I gotTa get better and I gotta go practice and work on my game to get better and you go new shoot sixty five you leave the golf course and you feel pretty good about yourself and you can't wait to get up the next day and build on that sixty five and try to win a golf tournament ornament.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And here's our interview with Billy Android Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the NOLING podcasts. Here here at the Charles Schwab Championship here on the PGA Tour Champions Solly here joined by Neil in Toronto and we have Billy android here. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you today? I'm doing great. How you guys? We're doing great. We get to talk golf with With talking to all of you guys is the best. You got all the stories and he doesn't have the filter you don't have the the the The first thing I want to ask what did the MLB sponsorship come from how does it. How did that start? So we'll go is enormous. Yes so back in the day of the tour championship. Aping chip having a pro-am which they don't really have one anymore. They always needed a few extra guys to play because Tiger win eight and VJ woodwind six six and you would need a few extra players. So I played for a few years in the Wednesday pro-am got paired with Bob Bowman who launched MLB DOT COM and and with my affiliation with EMC which is now Dell Technologies. They were doing some Cross promotion doing some work with an. It'll be dot com with EMC. Bob went out to the Pebble Beach Mutational as a invite from EMC which was the sponsor of the tournament and we had dinner and he just looked at me. And I said I was getting ready to turn fifty and said How much for your hat? And I threw him a number and he said all right done through your deal throw them a big enough. I guess I did. How did you feel exactly the moment he said yes? It was pretty cool. I was I was excited. Because you know coming out on the champions tour you don't have like my agent said to me. One of the manufacturers is giving you an offer to head to toe which is you know hat shoe ball glove clubs bag and it was thirty grand and it was like You know when I nine hundred eighty eight when I signed my I deal with titleist. It was it was a little more than that. Yeah so I said you know what Thanks but what I'm GonNa do is just just see if I can do this on my own so I got a hat deal got a bad deal. I got sponsored deal that come through like pro-am relationships mainly just You know your your your own brand right. You're you're working for yourself. You're you're an independent contractor and you want to do some some nice things so You know the the hat deal with came up that way and how did did you see the equipment money like dry up just over the years. Is that something the people can sense coming. Because that's that's basically the story from all the way up in the PGA tour of these days right I can't really answer to. The young guys is what they're getting but obviously that whole landscape changed. You know we weren't you know when I first started. Nobody was really getting paid a lot to use equipment and and then it then it changed. I'm remember Duval coming out of college. Getting a big title of Steel Davis. Love got a big deal there for with titles there for a long time. Now that's changing again. So it's going back the other way so few can get four or five different companies to To represent you and and you can add all that up then it adds up pretty pretty well to to have that on the side. Now go out and play and see how well you can do. I'm with companies. That are great sketches great and CVS health is Great. MLB's great worldwide technologies. Is My bag sponsor. Answer they're fantastic. That's a lot of free ads. So so about sketchers in Del Technologies has been you know it was EMC EMC and Dell EMC Dell. Technologies has been fantastic. I've been with them over over twenty five years now so it's it's It's pretty cool. Well I I. I tried to tap into Faxon's faxon's database of stories about you didn't give me give me too much. But he wanted me to ask so you have to ask him about the first time he met. Joe Patchy Oh yeah. Sure sure that that's a good one. That was back in in nineteen ninety. One I won back to back I had a great year. I got invited to the Shark Shootout Sherwood in it was pretty cool for me. It was my fourth year on tour and I got paired. Mike like my partner was was curtis. Strange who went to wake forest and you know I realized as a kid growing up and and to play with him was was you know you know the the quoque quoque dream come true kind of thing but We had a great week and on Sunday. My wife and I were at the hotel. We played early because West Coast we had pygmy done by three o'clock so we teed off early were done at one and we're taking a red is going to go back to my buddy's house and have spaghetti dinner and he was coming to the the hotel in the red light in the room on the on the phone because we had no cellphones back then. The Red Light was blinking so I had a message in the message was from from my friend. Hey I'm coming to pick you up which I knew and I'm bringing Joe Patchy with me. I'm like well. That's kind of odd. This when Goodfellas just hit the hit it in their need the need was pretty hot. Home loans coming out to say it was hairy. Yeah so smashed several role so I I gotta go the bathroom before relieving my packed up getting ready to leave the hotel and so I'm in the bathroom and my buddy shows up and says hey you you ready to go. No I'm I'm in the bathroom. I'll be right out and then the DORK. It's kicked in his Joe pesci standing there smoking a cigar. He kicked your door and said what let's go. We're going to get going when you look at like sitting on the John. One of the bathroom so was My intro to him and then I got in his car and we were driving over it to to my buddy's house and down the road and he said Hey. Do you mind if I that was when you had phones in the cars you mind if I call one of my buddies back in Jersey you. You won't believe I got you in the car with me. So we called his buddy talk to him. Jr talked to him for a while. And then I kind of looked at him and said can I call one of my friends just to say they won't believe I'm in the car with you. So that's kind of how it started. And then we became very close in played at Pebble Beach a few times and he's come to Rhode Island and played in our charity event. That facts and I had for years. So how does your buddy link up with passion. Well they're members at lakeside golf club over in Burbank. Okay near Universal Studios Louis. Oh it's a great course and so that any time of day and they were playing yeah they just pass us a member there and he he would always tell me she's out here so we'll love to play golf with them and eventually you know so That connection started with him bringing them out to Sherwood to watch the tournament just happen. They showed up a little late. Are you like facts in like. Do you know every every celebrity ever pretty much. What's his deal? He knows like absolutely everyone Brad. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Let's just through through golf. You know you get to meet all these folks and some guys you connect with and some guys you don't kingpin. Kingpin was Was a fairly brothers production and my cat. He's Ziggy grew up with fairly brothers. And he's he ziggys to caddy for Dr Fairly all the time. At Kirk Brag Country Club in Lincoln Rhode Island Island and So they all they're all from Cumberland so I get to meet. I knew bobby and Peter through through Ziggy and then Through Cam Nealy Ellie as well. 'CAUSE can I was with Cam after a la open when the bruins came in town. Play the Kings I was in the room and Peter's condo down in Santa Monica where CIBA's had to do is you know he had to do is to see if he was good enough. You have to do this role so for the makers so yes all of the kitchen. Yeah right here. Salt Shaker the whole bit I was I was part of the that that process of him. Getting that role with Bobby with Peter and Bobby for For Dumb and dumber and started there in our relationship started there and then they started hard planning our charity event. And you know my brother Jackson in six Fairly brothers movies. I've been in to my mother's been in one so it's And the cool thing about the fairly as they put all their friends in all their movies. So when you go to a Premier in Rhode Island every seen somebody in the crowd's going Joey. What's your brother's best role? I think is best role. He's playing checkers with Lenny Clarke in me myself and Irene and then the girl was breastfeeding the baby and they all had to go run over to the you know to look outside to see this little this this girls. You know todd breastfeeding the kid. And then Jim Carrey's character changes in in the supermarket and he comes back and rides the the car into the barber shop. I guess they were playing checkers in Side I think my brother Jackson. That was his best his best role there in that movie. And you were you. You were recently hanging out with Larry. David is that right. Yeah so Larry and I have a friend through the fairly They all live on. Martha's Vineyard in summer and I've been over. There played golf with them. I'm over there in. Larry so Larry. We've been friends for a long time in so I just call them today. I'm coming out love to get together. Maybe play around a golf like last Wednesday Wednesday. I wasn't in the program so maybe we can play on Wednesday then the fires hit and he was not going to be in town. I was flying in a Monday into to have dinner Monday night. I just was flying actually flying in and my phone blew up in. Larry emailed me and said that because of the fires there. He's home and we can do dinner so I just left the. I've got my courtesy car and drove up the Santa Monica dinner with them and ended up going to his house. I and we watch the end of the Knick game and then went out and had Sushi so I how to play with it so we took a is it only take a photo and we took a photo and I have all these. I saw my life coach in my sports psychologists. All these young kids get all they have their team gene. Sure so I figured it out. You know who better than to to be my life coach today at fifty five years old. Then Larry I I walk in the door and the first thing he says is you fluid shorts on and I'm like yeah. He goes really weird. Is it weird he goes. You didn't see the curb I did on that. I guess is curb your enthusiasm. He gets on an airplane in the guy sitting next to get hairy legs and it really spooked him out so I fled shorts. All Yeah me too. I don't really have here legs but I didn't think there was that big deal but Larry you thought it was. Larry David on Camera Salzgeber say they say that doing a bit with the shorts thing or is he liked dead serious. Now he's dead. He's dead serious what do you what do I can't believe that you were short on a plane. It's just gross. You can't do that you know. It's it's just inappropriate for him but I've stayed with them for daily open one year and he just got divorced so he was staying in the condo on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica where all the famous people go after they get divorced so ah walked in one day and it was a lot of air quotes be thrown around saying that and I walked in one day and he was getting massages from this woman and it was he was choose..

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"billy andrade" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"T. two seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine. Now on the t. it's Mattie in a caddy. Here's Matt berry and Michael college. Great. Sterling Sharpe joins us now on Mattie and the caddy we'll see. Is kind of what's you hold on. I don't know whether to take that as a compliment because leaving my golf game or give you this into blowfish. Yeah, who's Hootie Darius. But he doesn't lie on. I know he hates. So he's not who you know my there this year. Yeah, yes. And we how, how many holes we to too because we were announced that the first half. 'cause we got this. No, no. We got in trouble eighty because we were supposed to send out groups really. So we say out of the rain and we weren't supposed to do that, but nobody told us they were like, hey, go. So all right, cou you go and people they kept coming around. We play groups year just had fun. 'cause Mattie and the caddy. Okay. Now you know, my nickname on tour was little hooting really? Yeah, because Billy Andrei. I one hundred pounds lighter and didn't have, hey, weren't we all. And I had a hat on this was ninety eight and the Hilton Head Billy Andrade thought I was Darius. And then all the caddy's from then on Saturday Kabila had good. I get it. So really. Oh, but you know what, though, like I did an event with at got Robert Gamez. Has that event? Yes, I did. His event Darius walked out of a room. I walk into room and some people came up to me and was asking for my autograph as him. Did you son. Now I did in Hilton Head. I got. I'm gonna tell you. I've never told anybody this before other than if he would help me. After a show me and Chris card is brother, and a couple of dudes went out in Hilton Head to a club and they had a limo. So we pull up in the limo. And I had jeans and just the regular t shirt and a hat on. We jump out the limo and go up to the club and as welcome to the club, they're like, nah, and they see me and go, oh yeah, yeah, come on y'all..

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"billy andrade" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on WJR 760

"You're. Hearing the Frank Beckmann. Show news talk seven sixty WJR Well in all the excitement of the British Open we didn't give. Proper attention to and other happening in golf over the weekend and, we should have because for only the sixth time in history a female teed up and played, alongside the men on. The, regular tour at the barbasol championships. And it was Britney Lindsey odham she she did. Fairly well she was one under in one round made Neagle I, think it was on the eighteenth hole and on a par four knocked in. A look like a wedge shot from when I watched. It but any rate she she did, not make, the cut and now there will be further discussion you know should women play with the man like they have been a few instances in the past and and what exactly are we? Headed toward by putting the LPGA and the PGA tour, together let's, talk to the chief communications officer at the LPGA Heather daily Donna. Frio who's not related to either John Daly or, Vince, real the actor We, we found, that out off the air and Heather nice Debbie with us how. Are you I'm doing terrific Frank, thank you for having me I'm sure there's some celebrating over britney's performance at the the saw but, not entirely the I gotta believe the the. Wish. Was, that she knew number. One would win but number two would would make the cut, right well you know it was, it was a great spotlight in stage for not only Britney but, for women's golf was nice has fans and media. Talking about her, and, the LPGA you know a week of. A major championship for the men so you know we we were excited to watch her there there's so many of the players in. The staff that were tuned into the barbasol championship to to watch Brittany. And beyond, her play I think what I was most impressed. With with how she conducted herself I mean, she really had a good time with it her she said the entire time that her goal, that if she inspired one girl to take up. The, game by playing the PGA tour event then she felt like she had. Done her job So. You. Know, she went in with. With with good intentions and for the right reasons and I, really think she did quite well, yeah absolutely right and that is a laudable goal right there to, try to inspire other youngsters to pick up the. Game of golf, because, how long have we heard that that's. Going to be the key long-term and that we don't see enough youngsters playing golf that's it's so true and right now the fastest. Growing segment in the game is girls under the age of eighteen anytime. We can, put our players on a broader platform with more. Exposure that's only going to encourage more young, girls to take up the game and you know our young junior players are boys and girls, they they are certainly the future of the game Is is it good overall though for. For the game of golf to sort of mix the two tours, like that or or do you worry about some long-term effects were now a, man's going to say well you know what we've had. Women playing on our tour I wanna play on. Their tour now, yeah I think the anytime again art where the Jane our players can. Be can be highlighted amongst the men or. In, a. Team. Event or you know we have the CVS charity challenge Billy Andrade Brad Faxon Ron Ron in the summertime and we, have five or six LPGA players play along side the men there and it's been a really successful formula for that event so. You know for this. Is only the, sixth time in the history of golf where women have played on the PGA. Tour so I'm not sure if it's going to be a future trend but certainly with with proud of Brittany this week in the spotlight that. She she brought, to the women's game and to the LPGA and, you know if you look at her stats To, I mean she really played better than her scores show she was plus six. That first day but she was plus five onto holes, and then on that, second, round had five birdies and eagles so I really think yeah she I think she? Even led I think she loaded and driving accuracy for the week too so you know, a, lot of good? Things came out of it I think. For for Brittany and for the l...

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"billy andrade" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on KOMO

"Some fellow republicans are calling on president trump to take a harder stance against the chinese telecom giant z t the company was caught cheating sanctions by doing business with north korea and iran and lying about it us regulators recently announced us sanctions against the company would be lifted and replaced with fines and other measures senator marco rubio accuses china of shaking down us companies for their intellectual property telling abc's this week putting out of business a company like z t is the kind of significant consequence that china would respond to to understand that we're serious another person is dead in the african nation congo of a confirmed case of ebola bringing the number of fatalities from the latest outbreak to at least twelve says the country's health ministry counterprotestors in berlin chanting nazis out during a march to the german parliament in berlin anti immigrant right wing protesters from the alternative for germany party waving german flags as stranded theory about a quarter mile off the shore of martha's vineyard massachusetts carrying dozens of people has been towed to safety while lava flows destroy homes and other structures in a part of hawaii's big island closer to the kilowatt volcanoes crater billy andrade is undeterred he is they're playing golf at the volcano golf and country club you write it out is rock and roll and write it out than mother nature is not even do about it other parts of the island over eighty homes have been destroyed by the lava flow this is abc news komo news time is three or four time to look at our aaa traffic and look how the roads are doing how's it look justin so looking good right now in sumner we have a crash on one six seven northbound around the four ten interchange oh looks like the roadway is fully blocked northbound has caused a backup to five twelve from there southbound traffic also getting heavily distracted you're seeing some slowing all the way back to twenty four th street from they're also working on a collision in northgate on the south five on ramp from northgate way still partially blocking the ramp there south also slow in a bit as you make your way between about fifty or so and the ship canal bridge our next report is.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Working dot com for a free estimate some fellow republicans are calling on president trump to take a harder stance against the chinese telecom giant z t the company was caught cheating sanctions by doing business with north korea and iran and lying about it us regulators recently announced us sanctions against the company would be lifted and replaced with fines and other measures senator marco rubio accuses china of shaking down us companies for their intellectual property telling abc's this week putting out of business a company like z t is the kind of significant consequence that china would respond to to understand that we're serious another person is dead in the african nation congo of a confirmed case of ebola bringing the number of fatalities from the latest outbreak to at least twelve says the country's health ministry counterprotestors in berlin chanting nazis out during a march to the german parliament in berlin anti immigrant right wing protesters from the alternative for germany party waving german flags a stranded ferry about a quarter mile off the shore of martha's vineyard massachusetts carrying dozens of people has been towed to safety while lava flows destroy homes and other structures and a part of hawaii's big island closer to the killer way of all k knows crater billy andrade is undeterred he is they're playing golf at the volcano golf and country club you write it out is rock and roll and write it out then mother nature there's nothing not gonna do about it other parts of the island over eighty homes have been destroyed by the lava flow this is abc news i'm captain obvious stan hotels dot com rewards me basically everywhere i stay so why am i currently skipping stones with four locals and one grizzly bear outside this riverside lodge in portland because hotels dot com lets me do me and because honestly.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on WEEI

"This is what they they're lying in right now this is what take upto so this is going to be a drop off it's going to end so they're gonna suck three from now this is going to happen both your lockdown hassam your lock it in walking by sheikh they've been more aggressive the last couple of years we've been saying we've been saying load up on brady succo last forever for about six right really have we're well billy andrade whenever did what they're doing now now obviously they know it's more desperate times but yeah they're setting themselves up four three two three years from now looking around gone how many picture we have on this team any we everybody's a twoyear deal a one year deals been one two year windows even free agents guys they're bringing in talented players draft picks wherever it might be gallic cooks got two years level maybe they'll deal miss you who knows we will bring in sherman for one more year in keep doing that but at some point iraq has got keppy all kp all guys off the street i don't get drafted but i think reagents but i do believe you're from year the conditions changed last year they had sixty five million dollars to play with them what did they do it right out of the gate shortly after midnight they go and sign gilmore they would not do that this year because they don't have that type of money so geared year they're looking at what the conditions are what money they have with draft picks they up and they're trying to make the best decisions to build the best roster i think the conditions of so much different this year than they were last year that's why i said it wouldn't surprise me at all if coach's car if they deal him up mainly because they look at the money and maybe malcolm mitchell is healthy earlier so exactly playing for the now short as if they believe that they need to their offenses is final they scored 33 points room they they never punted in the super bowl game defensively they sucked so if you can get rid of a cooks and malcolm mitchell can give you 85 ninety percent of what cooks gave you last year and now you can replace that eight million dollars with a big defensive player he's gonna make a difference on the defense your belching are.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"At bedtime with kate delaney in griggs devon wow what a guess we have now i'd love to get him on the court for a game of horse and i guarantee steben has no idea what a force horse zoo i just never get to h shocked by that jamal crawford from the clippers one time had a little game of horse with me he whipped to me into second it was pretty funny i think i think our next guest maurice mo evans would do the same thing i think many of you listening who are sports fans would recognize me evans most recently with the washington wizards and of course has quite a career as a retired american professional basketball player like i said most recently with the wizards sorry about that i thought the wizards were going to go the distance maybe and he also was a vp of the nba players association moe thanks so much for joy join us man into even concerning in a new we will it bit shooters replete with in again turkey lake in a row ho ho in the heat issue lol yeah no kidding and like i said for people who don't know jamal crawford you think even just a couple of years ago sixman award he deserved that i mean he has what they call no right is he can just i think he can see all over the place on that floor number two two klay literally jio during the go printed any any good in lagos in order to it and we wanted can anyone if any but easy after you know look the law we look team deservedly though with a winner that he made and you know man war the me greatly community yeah yeah exactly you played for a bunch of teams that just washington and atlanta orlando in the mix to the lakers obviously did you ever favorite coach of all the people that you played for dinner on coat poor conan bird tori with pena eu ban the lead per year the two years of played up no one porter vigo vigo the report now get along an idiot would eat code the part of that and will the great go live billy andrade definitely written turned on minute equally in washington it was great regression throughout his career legal maneuver in an opportunity to only before you're only bit coast better you know.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on KOIL

"Week learn the driver learn about the track fine all american day of prayer and their driver why of america very patriotic they always have no carry there and if a wonderful gay go down richmond go up to go over go out at pocono go to bristol all these tractor phenomenal and it's a great experience and the driver their find hey come the drivers are fun love and they're all going quickly if i may look at annika patrika obviously she's leaving after this year but still they were the first to allow women choatic great it's all american and i encourage every linda quick channel and dr learn and a little bit about matt car how they're not constantly whining about politics an disrespecting the flag but count the military fine and if not all to that knack very an attorney we you know very highly educated people out all these engineering all have master's degrees there it phenomenon the science and technology every car is built new every week because he track had had different bank and the third skippering on purpose so that that it is different every week coming to track their short track them the tractor launch longtrack how learn our new or get go and find it it's a beautiful day you sit outside and it it's a lot of fun now you hear the national anthem and people had their hands on their heart and singh along and i just want to say one other thing fire said alejandro valeron waiver dealers yohnka west point graduate clashes right alphand can my son and daughterinlaw i west point graduate classic two thousand eleven no him personally think the world of him and my sign is currently an active duty special forces officer with united states army though billy andrade well and we're saluting new wow and you're a house afire to let me tell you that you're great thank you very much that was that was wonderful call and and and that's absolutely right audio ghana and and that's absolutely at his west point guy and i left that out and i was remiss in doing so and you uh thankfully brought that up your anyway thank you bury latin america car toys and what about what you're not a big nfl fin then last night my husband to sack you know we watch the race and.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And they could do this or they will go through it hair a year while billy andrade are driving be great big at work i'm not here with a few hundred air dr important eucanada glad you could be royally i appreciate your call i got to squeeze melbourne in here i can't stay with you to the bottom of the hour uh but it almost sounds like we need a president who will drain that kind of swamp let me ruined the by you get it almost sounds like we need a president who will drain that kind of swamp 501 four three three zero zero nine two steve and conway you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up hey if they're going to let them stay here we're going to look like that they're going down don't give them a path to citizenship just give them a work can work as long as they want long as they don't go to jail or get a foul near become a troublemaker but no path to citizenship that way they vote well let me ask you this all once they legalize them and they say but you can't be as soon as soon and we're not going to let your vote the do you think that states like california will give him a driver's licenses and let them vote anyway number one and number two don't you think the aclu we'll sue on their behalf because hey it's unfair that you can let them live here legally but you're not going to allow them a path to citizenship law without the citizenship and that's really what they want to make your backyard come through like everybody else did but here's the deal is it looks like they are going to give a man of the anyway that'd be at least half way up remind but bill you know uh you can't let them have fifty kate thumb legally and get a citizenship i will new if they're bringing their kids year yeah that they can get about the citizenship bring 'em in illegally mike you you've got to be citizens urging war but if they're going to bring i mean yeah yeah i understand it at the should i agree with not bring a minute i agree with you boron saying is.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Any any vsel 2017 unlikely theory of the armed armed johnson local s fast seeds chang now raytheon had 14 ten wdov mud helping to community anyway began planning a fiveday walk charity auction or other type of the vent of that at the nonprofit organization let us know and will spread the word just head to wdov how click on connec than had event calendar deal the gap how can then had at that real news in in real time twenty four seven the news affects every 1410 wdov arroyo is melnikov he will say that at the the dragging the seat cellular guards debt zulu boy to begin would fan that's that's what he says he ran out of the and be the head he said and it's true grew wear of the big dragon that's coming the black sky of it what it means to everyone this is crazy but true alex go good alex in oregon high ostro ground zero oh hello quite good evening and thanks for put him in their show excellent show today and i love it so it and uh you know i am i wonder you know if they quit which both you'll be seeing no korea maybe partially or at all it's not in the corridor know we're we're just in the corridors the united states uh and day begin ends on the coast of oregon and it ends in charleston south carolina columbia south carolina in there in that area age i was just wondering because you know i you know even though come in north korea communist it communist i mean that's what they have adopted in know it it said coach urthani ill or if an asia coulter it has at thousands of years and billy andrade in in in in in sankoh thief nature will almost every culture has lou lee uh similar to this one and and i'm just wondering if fair they comment that donald trump was saying about a fire and fury let's just say in ended in and try it you have some correlation till the eclipse that is happening right now or maybe just a you know it just say just a casual flick a age just cash will or a chef coincidence well braith anasta out but uh i don't know if you know this or not but there was actually a national geographic special called dragon wars fire.

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"billy andrade" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard

In The Zone with Chris Broussard

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"billy andrade" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard

"The fancy pass in all things oh the shooting his name his bang as the women and you at one of the best guys need new ship in magic they got the same mindframe these winter and when you've got that you could for landzo to make the all star team in now i'll give you this because our leader and he is you if you're scale him to make the allstar game he makes the playoffs vesco malleable meter this by february they will have to be like us really like maybe five or six all when he came mob maybe the people's choice who pitched allstar team down on the on on on dying under i might vote undying billy andrade better volcker yes are okay got oh man is the one for you who will be the rookie of the year joining like this when even i give it sounded i gotta go with a do plays a lot like landzo whoa dan simmons your like this you know what i'm talking about is almost half of hillsdale gas i'm talking about the graphic filadelfia players you know so he will be arraigned next kate as good as here a nice man schutte like landzo okay but kiss score but he will be recordings ten i got him as rookie dear pass it as well as landzo attorneys can be recouped your feet they might win if they healthy your home where i left the nfc east this lobi easier out there.

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