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From current events to the current PGA TOUR event, and from pop culture to pop psychology, join television and radio personality Timm Matthews and musician and entrepreneur Frank Bassett plus the rest of the "Golf Talk America" crew for a free-form discussion covering a variety of entertaining topics.
 
The 19th Hole Golf Show is a golf podcast featuring in-depth, intelligent discussion of the most important topics in golf. Host Ryan Ballengee from Golf News Net talks about recent events and issues on the PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA Tour and other major golf tournaments around the world. He digs in on golf course architecture, fantasy golf, golf travel and the issues facing the business of the game. Ryan covers a little bit of everything in golf, and he's joined occasionally by some of th ...
 
For nearly 23 years, Mitch Levy hosted one of the most successful and longest running morning-drive sports radio talk shows in America. Outspoken and unafraid analysis loaded with humor and unparalleled interviews. Please join us as we embark on an exciting and somewhat mysterious new journey. Become a monthly "patron" to support the show & enjoy access to not only regularly scheduled episodes but BONUS podcasts as well. Goodbye terrestrial radio. Hello podcast world!
 
Race is a topic many of us struggle to talk about at work, yet it shapes so many of our career experiences and outcomes. But host Porter Braswell (Jopwell) is on a mission to create a safe space to share those stories – and learn from them. Hear leaders from business and government trace their personal journeys with race, equity, and inclusion. And learn from their mistakes and their triumphs. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of H ...
 
Kwasscast is like something you have never heard before. Hosted by the Kwass aka Ethan Kwassman, it's a podcast program that features guests from the world of sports, technology, politics, entertainment, music, news and the media. It comes to you at different times each week, so check the website and Showdock.com for the latest listings!
 
Dennis Quaid is a renaissance man who is one of the busiest people in show business. Besides being an actor, musician, songwriter, writer and podcast pioneer; he is also a jet pilot, amateur astronomer, fly-fisherman, philosopher, low handicap golfer, medical safety advocate and armchair historian. He has powered a NASCAR around an oval track, given speeches and appeared before congress on patient safety, played golf with 2 presidents, piloted a dogsled in the arctic , meditated on the shore ...
 
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As the House moves to impeach Trump—a second time—for “incitement of insurrection,” Republican support for Trump is wavering. John Nichols comments on the historic moment that is at hand. Also: Biden’s first 100 days begin January 20, and his first acts should include an executive order cancelling student debt—that’s what Astra Taylor says, she’s c…
 
Charles Mah, chief evangelist at talent cloud company iCIMS, has more than 15 years of leadership experience in talent management at tech companies, such as Workday, SAP, and Databricks. He joins host Porter Braswell to discuss the problems with traditional recruiting pipelines and how tech companies can improve their diversity recruiting. Mah also…
 
The PGA of America dumped President Donald Trump and terminated their agreement to host the 2022 PGA Championship at his New Jersey club. Ryan discusses why that was the right move and wonders what club will host instead. Ryan digs into the Sentry Tournament of Champions, touches on Justin Thomas' slur and the importance of forgiveness.…
 
On this Episode: Update on Reflection Bay Fun golf fact (See Link) Golf tip to improve your bunker play Course Spotlight- Quintero Golf Club - Arizona Golf Rule: 14.3b (Dropping ball in relief the correct way) Fly Golf Band Giveaway Interview with Dr. Jim Suttie Links: Reflection Bay Golf Club: https://reflectionbaygolf.com/ Hell's Half Acre Bunker…
 
RUNDOWN Today's show kicks off with an explanation why Mitch and Scott are in separate houses for the recording and a Levy lottery story that is a must-listen. Then, the guys run down their laundry list of thoughts from Saturday's game after taking a day to simmer on the painful outcome. Three guest segments beginning with a Seahawks No-Table featu…
 
Wednesday was one of the worst days in the history of American democracy—Joan Walsh comments on the Trump mob that stormed the capitol, the capitol police who didn't arrest them, the Republicans who continue to stand by Trump—and the Republicans who don't. Also: Eric Foner provides historical context for Wednesday's events in Washington, and also t…
 
What’s the difference between unconscious bias and a microaggression? How is diversity actually defined? And what’s problematic about using the term “minority”? Doug Melville, VP, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Richemont North America, joins host Porter Braswell to answer questions about diversity, equity, and inclusion that can be awkward to ask…
 
RUNDOWN Mitch rings in the new year with frustration as his Dolphins narrowly escaped the playoffs while the Hawks won a meaningless game before reading some snarky show reviews. Then, they dig into their laundry list of observations from Sunday's regular season finale for the Seahawks. What do the guys make of the first-round meeting with the Rams…
 
Vaccine priorities: political and ethical questions about who comes first, after health care workers. Gregg Gonsalves considers the arguments—the choice is between reducing the death toll—which means giving priority to the oldest people—and keeping society functioning—which means giving priority to essential workers. And the Global South must be in…
 
Edith Cooper is the first Black woman to become a partner at Goldman Sachs. But she says she might have walked away from her finance career without the support of key mentors, who recognized her leadership potential. She joins host Porter Braswell to talk about the role race plays at work, employee retention strategies, and the importance of having…
 
On this episode: -Reflection Bay Update - Putting tip - Golf Rule 14.3 a - Coyote Springs Golf Course Spotlight -Send us your scores! (golfzonepodcast@gmail.com) - Fly Golf Band Giveaway -Golf fun fact -Don Rea Interview Links: Reflection Bay Golf Club: https://reflectionbaygolf.com/ Perfect Practice: https://www.perfectpractice.golf/products/the-p…
 
RUNDOWN To begin the show, Mitch calls out Hotshot for acting like Joey Cappelletti for his lack of enthusiasm about the NFC West title win for Seattle. Then, the guys delve into their observations from the division-clinching victory for the Hawks over the Rams on Sunday. Three featured guests are ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, college foot…
 
A year, and a decade, of political challenges: Joan Walsh reviews the fall and rise of Kamala Harris, the return of Joe Biden, and the deepening problem posed over the last decade by white voters who now support Trump. And Amy Wilentz reviews what happened in 2020 to Ivanka, Jared, Don Junior and Eric Trump—boy did those kids get into trouble this …
 
Until 1961, women and people of color were barred from joining the Professional Golfers’ Association of America by the “Caucasian-only clause” in its bylaws. That limited who could work in the golf industry because the PGA of America is a trade organization for professionals who work in the business of golf at courses and clubs around the U.S. Now,…
 
RUNDOWN The 2020 Mitch Unfiltered Christmas edition kicks off with a question about Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and a taste of what to expect from the first guest! Then, Mr. Postseason drops by for a quick playoff update before Mitch and Scott dive into takeaways from the narrow Hawks victory in DC. Three guest interviews are YouTube musica…
 
Obama’s memoir of his political rise and his first two years in office, A Promised Land, reminds us of a time when Donald Trump barely existed on our political landscape and in our consciousness. Eric Foner comments on what’s in the book—and what Obama leaves out. Also: John le Carré died on Saturday—he was 89, and one of the greats, author of two …
 
Two days after the murder of George Floyd, Cisco held a virtual all-hands meeting on race for 30,000 employees. But that conversation was marred by racist comments posted by a handful of Cisco employees. Fran Katsoudas, Cisco’s Chief People Officer, joins host Porter Braswell to discuss how she addressed this incident and held people accountable fo…
 
On this episode: -Update on Reflection Bay -Golf tip on proper club selection -Rule 16.1 a- When Relief Is Allowed -Fly Golf Band Giveaway -Course Spotlight- Wolf Creek in Mesquite, NV -Fun golf fact -Interview with John Swantek Links: Reflection Bay Golf Club: https://reflectionbaygolf.com/ Wolf Creek Golf Club: http://www.golfwolfcreek.com/ Join …
 
RUNDOWN Today's show kicks off with Merry Mitch and Scrooge Scott sharing their overall takeaway from Sunday's unusually non-dramatic Hawks win and the holiday spirit. Then, the guys open up the mailbag to reach some listener-submitted comments before delving into the Sounders loss, the Dawgs cancellation, and the Seahawks blowout. Three guests inc…
 
It might be a year we'd all like to forget, but 2020 will need chapters upon chapters of history books written about it. Trump on trial, pandemic politics and a racial reckoning - all themes of an extraordinary 12 months. US correspondent Cordelia Lynch and Washington bureau chief Emily Purser Brown reflect upon the moments that stuck out, with the…
 
This week, as the UK began vaccinating people against Covid 19, we consider proposals here in the US to establish a coronavirus commission, empowered to investigate the many failures in the fight against the virus: Mike Davis says that is something progressives should fight for—and insist on subpoena powers. Also: Will Donald Trump pardon Ivanka an…
 
When U.S. Congressman Antonio Delgado was running for Congress in 2018, his race made national headlines after attack ads portrayed him as an outsider and a threat. A New York Times article from the election noted: “He’s a Rhodes Scholar. The GOP Keeps Calling Him a ‘Big-City Rapper.’” The congressman, who is Black, is the first person of color to …
 
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Scott gets in the holiday spirit by explaining how he got caught up in the overpriced Christmas decorations racket. Then, the guys discuss the dreadful Sunday afternoon at Lumen Field. Three guests beginning with ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson followed by CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel and …
 
There are two tandem stories going on in America: a race for a vaccine and a President still trying to claim election victory. This week Cordelia Lynch and Emily Purser Brown digest Sky News' interview with the White House's chief immunologist Dr Anthony Fauci, and talk to Chris Ruddy - the CEO of Newsmax, a channel which has garnered a new audienc…
 
Georgia is the center of the political universe right now. On January 5, Georgia votes for two senators, a runoff election that will determine which party controls the Senate and thus the fate of any Democratic initiatives after Biden becomes president on January 20. Joan Walsh comments on the campaigns of Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock as…
 
Havas New York CEO Laura Maness is at the helm of one of the world’s most influential ad agencies. Earlier in her career, Laura focused on helping women rise in corporate America, and now, her perspective has widened to address the lack of representation of professionals from underrepresented communities in the ad industry. She joins host Porter Br…
 
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