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Nick Price

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Nick Price - Part 1 (The Early Years)

FORE the Good of the Game

A 2003 inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame and the winner of three major championships and one Players Championship, Nick Price joins us to talk about growing up in Rhodesia (present-day Zimbabwe), learning the game as a left-hander and his early successes as an amateur. Nick recounts his time spent in the Rhodesian Air Force during the "Bush War" there and the honor of representing his country in the 1976 Eisenhower Trophy. He relates the decision process to turn professional in 1977 and discusses those early days on the South African and European Tours. Finally, he fondly recalls his special relationship with his long-time caddie, Jeff "Squeeky" Medlin and growing up with his swing coach, David Leadbetter. Nick Price tells his early story, "FORE the Good of the Game."


14 Oct 2021

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Episode 28: Nick Price

Be The Right Club Today Podcast

This week, Hal and Chase interview 3x major champion, 18x PGA Tour Winner, and 7x European Tour Winner, Nick Price. They discuss his iconic golf swing, committing to the shot, his time working with David Leadbetter, his role in the USGA, the state of the game, stories from the tour, and what he’s been up to lately! Let us know what you think @halsuttongolf @chasecoopergolf

1hr 5mins

22 Jul 2021

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Pullin' Weeds

Tim and Al visit Nick Price at Camden Country Club.


1 Jun 2021

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Hall of Famer Nick Price LIVE-Fairways of Life w Matt Adams (Wed May 5)

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show

Matt Adams is joined by World Golf Hall of Famer, 18-time PGA Tour Winner and Presidents Cup Legend Nick Price. We get you ready for the Wells Fargo Championship, hear from Webb Simpson and talk Super Golf League.

1hr 24mins

5 May 2021

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12) Nick Price - 3x Major Winner & Former World Number 1 Professional Golfer 🇿🇼🏌️‍♂️

Morks Chats Sports ⚽️🏏🏉🐘🇿🇼

A chat with Nick Price. He talks us through his youth, time spent at Warren Hills Golf Club and how he fell in love with the game of golf. After leaving Prince Edward School, he begun his professional golfing journey. He headed to South Africa, before a successful stint on the European Tour lead him on to playing regularly on the PGA Tour. A three-time Major winner, he won his first, the PGA Championship in 1992… and in 1994, he won back-to-back Majors, including The Open Championship and his second PGA Championship. He has starred as both a player and non-playing captain of the International Team in the Presidents Cup. He has beaten the best of the best including Jack Nicklaus & Tiger Woods and was ranked as the world’s number one golfer for a total of 44 weeks before being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2003. Regarded as a true gentleman of the game, he is the arguably the greatest sportsman that Zimbabwe has ever produced. Morks Chats Sports is a partner of the Malilangwe Trust, which is a Zimbabwean leading non-profit conservancy that concentrates their efforts on environmental conservation and uplifting communities. They aim to restore and maintain the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve’s ecosystem, make meaningful contributions to conservation science, and improve the livelihoods of its neighbouring communities. Any donations or assistance to this organisation would be greatly and thankfully received. For a more information please visit: http://www.malilangwe.org/donate/

1hr 15mins

26 Apr 2021

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The Thing About Golf #37: Nick Price

The Thing About Golf Podcast

Of all the players who have ascended to World No.1 since the rankings began in 1986, Zimbabwe's Nick Price is the one who attracts the least attention. Universally regarded as one of the best ball-strikers of his generation, Price's distinctive swing saw him hold the top position for 43 weeks. With three majors to his name and as a two time Presidents Cup Captain, there isn't much Price hasn't seen or done in the game. This is a captivating chat with John Huggan, which covers everything from modern equipment, winning majors and life in Zimbabwe in the 1960's and 70's.

1hr 43mins

3 Mar 2021

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Episode 2 Open Educator with Dr. Steve Diasio and Interview with Nick Price

Open Educator with Dr. Steve Diasio

Nick Price is an alum of the University of South Florida Entrepreneurship and Innovation.  #usf #usfsp #university #stpetersburg #stpete Video can be seen here on the Finger Puppet Management TV Show part of Finger Puppet Media Group.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steve0876/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve0876/support


16 Oct 2020

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Failing Forward: The Recruitment CEO Who Embraces Mistakes As Stepping Stones to Success, with Nick Price, Ep # 36

The Resilient Recruiter

Most people are afraid of failure. Especially in recruitment, we’re very focused on achievement -- making placements and hitting sales targets.  We’re concerned about how we’re perceived by clients, candidates, coworkers, friends, and family.  We naturally want to project an image of being a successful person.  In reality, success is like the tip of an iceberg. Beneath the surface, success is built on a vast multitude of challenges, mistakes, failures and struggles. In this episode of The Resilient Recruiter, my very special guest, Nick Price, shares his perspective on why he celebrates his mistakes and downplays his successes.  Nick is the CEO of Bright Purple Resourcing which he co-founded in 1995. They are headquartered in Edinburgh, with 25 staff specializing in placing technology change and transformation professionals. Listen to the entire episode and hear Nick share a number of critical mistakes that he made during his 25 years in business -- and why he believes those setbacks have been stepping stones to sustainable success. Episode Outline and Highlights [3:30] Nick shares his recruitment journey and the biggest challenge he dealt with as a CEO. [14:58] Nick’s perspective on business growth - and why he prefers to remain small. [18:06] A mentor’s insight on “big pitfalls” that new business owners should avoid. [27:50] What it means to stick to the core of your recruitment strategy. [30:14] Why Nick turned down a big offer to buy his business. [35:13] Hear about “Fvck Up Nights” and Nick’s views on success Avoid the Mistake of Not Making Mistakes Nick is a mentor to several founders of start-up technology businesses. When asked about what advice he can give to those aspiring to be recruitment business owners or those who are new to the industry, he believes that learning from mistakes is essential.  In his words, “I suppose the important thing is that they make the mistakes. One of the things I am a firm believer in is if we don’t try and take those risks, we will never know.” Listen to the entire episode and hear Nick share a number of critical mistakes that he made and why he believes it is key to him successfully running his 25-year-old business. Why We Learn More from “Commonality of Failure” Nick also shared a very interesting perspective on why he’s sick and tired of hearing “success secrets” from ultra-rich entrepreneurs and self-appointed experts.  “I am 59, I am not a young recruiter anymore… I still have the spark and energy when I entered this industry. But what happens when you get older is you start to realize that the people who tell you how successful they are -- and how they can afford their Ferraris and Lamborghinis and their yachts etcetera -- they never really teach you anything. You go along to a chat by some amazing guy or some amazing lady, you get super motivated. You feel invigorated.” “I’ve been on many of those over the years, but I never learned anything. Because their view of success isn’t the same as my view of success… The problem with trying to view success is it means different things to everybody else. So how do you teach success? That’s impossible. But one thing you can learn from is the commonality of failure.” Nick Price Bio and Contact Info Nick is the CEO of Bright Purple Resourcing which he co-founded in 1995. They are headquartered in Edinburgh, with 25 staff specializing in placing technology change and transformation professionals. Nick is someone who is deeply involved in business and community in Scotland, including industry associations, entrepreneurial groups, and charities. He is also currently working as Director of Communications of PRIMED, an information technology business, as well as a Non-Executive Director of Lifelink, a non-profit organisation supporting mental health. Nick on LinkedIn Nick’s email: nick.price@brightpurple.co.uk Bright Purple website link Bright Purple on Facebook Bright Purple on Twitter @BrightPurpleR PRIMED website link Life Link website link Fvck Up Nights website link People and Resources Mentioned Richard Hoon on LinkedIn Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call: www.recruitmentcoach.com/strategy-session/ Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Related Podcasts You Might Enjoy TRR #24 Father’s Day Special: Bringing Honour Back to the Recruiting Profession, with Richard Hoon Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter


23 Sep 2020

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Nick Price | War, adversity and a relentless pursuit for the Claret Jug | Ep 16

The 3 off the Tee Podcast

We chat to Nick Price who has a had a compelling life. Growing up in war torn Rhodesia, losing his Dad to cancer at an early age, tough losses in the Open Championship to Tom Watson and his great friend, Seve. Bobby Jones preventing him shooting a 62 at Augusta, triumphing at The Open in 1994, $10 fines on himself and caddy “Squeaky” for negative chats. 48 worldwide wins, why becoming World No.1 didn’t bother him and why you need adversity in your life to make you stronger.

1hr 29mins

25 May 2020

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Ep 10 - Nick Price

Music Outlook L.A.

My guest today is audio engineer, producer, singer, and percussionist Nick Price. I first met Nick in 2011 when he helped my wife and I record and master my first CD, Le Musiqué, and I must say he did an excellent job. He’s worked with Tyrese Gibson, Jesse McCartney who played J.R. Chandler on All My Children in the nineties, and gospel artist Amber Bullock who’s appeared on BET’s ‘Sunday Best’, just to name a few…Today Nick continues his work as a freelance audio engineer specializing in music and post production for picture.Ladies & Gentlemen…this is Nick Price. Nick’s Website – https://www.recordwithnick.comNick’s E-Mail – nick@recordwithnick.comListen & Subscribe at Spreaker.com, Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Google Play, Soundcloud, YouTube, Spotify, Castbox, iHeartRadio, TuneIn.com, and Listen Notes (Podcast Search Engine).If you’re looking to set-up an at-home system for recording or live internet broadcasting in the L.A. or O.C. areas, reach out to us at Kim-Z Entertainment, LLC.Email your questions/comments to info@kim-zentertainment.com“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius


21 May 2020