Wir atmen das Lebensgefühl einer modernen Sportart und zeigen deren zahlreiche Facetten in einem neuen Blickwinkel. They talk about how he became a fighter pilot, starting Folds of Honor and Patriot Golf Day, the hardest maneuver in a fighter jet and how the pressure of flying compares to the pressure of competitive golf (28:06). Plus, recapping Phil's win at Pebble, Tiger will do at Riviera and your calls! Plus, Matty & Caddie on the Tiger trap & how his presence impacts the way we view golf. Caddies sind wichtiger Bestandteil bei Profi-Turnieren; im Breitensport sind sie (zumindest in Deutschland) kaum noch anzutreffen (vergleichbar den Ballkindern beim Tennis). Plus, Caddie wants to be a college football sideline reporter and gives us a sneak peek of how he'd interview Alabama coach Nick Saban. Immer am Laufenden bleiben! Also folgte: Kuchars große Entschuldigung: Statement from Matt Kuchar pic.twitter.com/fZWsK8RjzE, „In dieser Woche habe ich Dinge gesagt, die taktlos und gefühllos waren und eine schlechte Situation noch schlimmer gemacht haben“, heißt es in Kuchars Stellungnahme. “Most of the players and caddies had their significant others there and everyone felt for Darren. Matt Barrie and Michael Collins dig into Tiger Woods' 82nd PGA Tour win at the Zozo Championship, him tying Sam Snead's record and how many more majors can Tiger win. Plus, Caddie breaks down the squirrel invasion taking place in his backyard. It’s more of a sprint even though it’s five rounds instead of four, but the five rounds are condensed into three days. He reads putts for him and also serves as a liaison with Wagner’s swing coach, passing on what he sees in Johnson’s swing from week to week. Plus, why Brooks Koepka could be the number 1 player in the world for a long time. Handmade bottle caddies made in Halifax, Nova Scotia. George Lopez takes us inside the day he wishes never ended. Later, the guys declare golf as healthy as its ever been with the emergence of yet another strong generation of players led by Morikawa (18:42). That’s what it was for caddie Matt Hauser when his player at the time – J.J. Henry – made the 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team that played at the K Club in Ireland. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Don’t miss anything from the PGA TOUR & its partners, Connect to get special offers and updates, Sign up for the Monthly Minute newsletter, In this photo from 2006, Matt Hauser caddies for J.J. Henry at a World Golf Championships event. You may recall that the 2006 Ryder Cup was an emotional time for Northern Ireland’s Darren Clarke. How does it feel to win your first PGA Tour? Matty and Caddie convene to discuss The Masters' postponement, the PGA Tour's suspension and if it's worthwhile or viable to play tournaments without fans. “That Ryder Cup in 2006, there were obviously 24 caddies between the two teams and there were 22 of us that hung out together every night,” Hauser said. Later, Caddie shares some exciting news on his surprise addition to the family. Then the guys turn their attention to the PGA Championship (54:38). Und auch die Kollegen, die sich kurz die Augen über ihren netten „Koooch“ gewundert hatten, beruhigten sich. Wesley Bryan tells Matt Barrie and Michael Collins how he went from trick shot artist to PGA Tour winner. The guys also make their picks for this weekends tournament and chat with Rory Maxwell who is the head golf pro at Tumblebrook Country Club the site of member/guest this weekend. MORE: Michael Collins has an epic chat with 7-time Ryder Cup caddie Craig Connelly. In the debut episode, Scott Van Pelt tells Matt Barrie and Michael Collins why he's surprised the US Open is back at Shinnecock Hills and who would make up his dream foursome. “Caddying in a Ryder Cup is such a different dynamic. The U.S. is stronger than they have been in years, top to bottom. Für Ortiz der größte Scheck seiner Caddie-Karriere.

Vielleicht, so könnte man Matt Kuchar zugute halten, war das alles sehr viel auf einmal für ihn. “J.J. It came during the 2001 Kemper Insurance Open at TPC at Avenel in Potomac, Maryland. Not only was the catering fantastic, but there was Guinness on tap. “From watching it, one of my first memories was 1991,” Hauser explained. It’s a place where grown men are shaking and don’t want to go the tee until the last possible second. Mack Brown on one thing boosters want from a head football coach when it comes to golf. Matty and Caddie get into the Rory McIlroy-Dustin Johnson vs. Rickie Fowler-Matthew Wolff charity match, why every player Caddie talks to is ready to take the risk and get back to golf (20:07), what will happen if a player or someone associated with the PGA contracts coronavirus at an event, and when Tiger Woods might play next (34:43). Then, they get into a heated debate on who should have won and who has played the best golf thus far. They discuss the 10 year anniversary of Tiger Woods, road trip shenanigans and preview the Presidents Cup. Later, Matt is annoyed with people who use their headphones at the driving range and Michael can't understand why (29:02).
Plus, Michael Collins tells the story of the time he was fired by his boss's wife. Plus, the guys pick their winners, sleepers, mid-tier favorites and dark horses (34:34). But one sticks in his mind. “And then 1999 – the Miracle at Brookline… Then Europe went on a tear. His whole family was great.”. I remember thinking, ‘this is pretty intense.’”.

Matty and The Caddie chat with Tony Finau about how he and his family are passing the time in self-isolation, why he'd rather not play The Masters at all than play it without patrons, his dream ESPN programming grid, his beginnings beating balls against a mattress in his childhood garage, and much more. Plus, the guys get into the overall good job the PGA has done restarting the tour (19:26), Ian Poulter breaking wind and their picks for the Rocket Mortgage Classic (44:16). Nate Lashley joins to tell Matty and the Caddie after winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. The U.S. was searching for its system – the kind Europe already had. We react to the controversy surrounding Matt Kuchar under-tipping his caddie at a past tournament (5:46). Matt Barrie and Michael Collins weigh in on the start of the PGA Tour, give their preseason predictions and debate if starting the season near football season is a bright idea. But, there are certain things that happen along the way that make you realize just how special it truly is. Matty and Caddie discuss Bryson DeChambeaus new role as PGA Tour villain, whether DeChambeau can be dominant in the coming years with his bulky frame, their ideas for new golf TV shows (20:28) and the Memorial Tournament deciding against hosting fans.