Renaissance Golf Senior Associate Brian Schneider joins Andy to talk golf course architecture. The discussion starts with Brian’s work at North Jersey CC, a Walter Travis design, and ranges from Llanarch CC's above-ground features to Augusta National to Langford & Moreau’s bold shaping. Follow Brian on Twitter (@bschneider126) and Instagram (bschneidergolf).
6. Love in the time of Corona: Brian Schneider, founder of BCS Compost sharing ways to love mother nature with composting!
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Episode 6: Continuing the theme of Love in the time of Corona, Brian Schneider, founder of BCS Compost shares what inspired him to create a compost company and how easy it can be to show love to Mother Earth by simply recycling food scraps that add up each day.With Earth Day coming up on April 22nd our challenge for you is to take a look at what you are throwing out and see what you can compost instead. If you are in the Hatboro-Horsham or Doylestown area of PA, please go to Brian’s site to sign up for weekly compost pickups. https://www.bcscompost.com/Also if you are interested in composting and want to get inspired and/or meet Aurora Brians lovely pup, visit Brian's social media channels. https://www.facebook.com/bcscompost/https://www.instagram.com/bcscompost/
The Dodgers (NLDS participant in 2019) added to their already loaded lineup by trading for Mookie Betts and Tim lets you know how this affects the Nats pursuit of another trip to the World Series. We then toss it to Todd & Tim's conversation from Winterfest with former National Brian Schneider (6:17), who caught the 1st pitch at Game 3 of the World Series. Finally, NBC Sports Washington's Ryan Wormeli (17:30) hops on the podcast to give a "Sabermetrics for Dummies" lesson for those looking to beef up their knowledge of stats such as WRC+, WOBA, and more.
Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin’ Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the past.Coming off of a painful end to the 2007 season and with Paul LoDuca aging, Mets General Manager Omar Minaya made the decision to trade his former top prospect Lastings Milledge to bring in Brian Schneider and Ryan Church from the Washington Nationals.Considered a defensive stalwart, Schneider served as the primary backstop for the Mets in their fateful last season at Shea Stadium as well as their first season at Citi Field—even scoring the Mets first run in their new ballpark.As always, you can listen or subscribe to this and all of our wonderful Amazin’ Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, or listen wherever you get podcasts.If you’ve got an idea for a player to be featured on UnforMETable, let us know in the comments.Make sure to follow Rob on Twitter (@WolffRR), and you can now follow the show, too (@unformetable). Tune in next week for another tale from the Mets’ past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Gunnamatta Course at The National (photo: renaissancegolf.com)Brian Schneider joined Tom Doak’s Renaissance Golf Design in 2002. For the last 17 years he’s played a vital role creating some of this generation’s greatest golf courses around the world: Ballyneal, Old Macdonald, Cape Kidnappers, Rock Creek Cattle Company and others. He was the lead design associate on Barnbougle Dunes, Dismal River Red, Grand Saint Emillionnais Golf Club in France and, recently, the Gunnamatta Course at The National in Australia. He’s also a highly respected consultant and restoration specialist for esteemed clubs like Hollywood (New Jersey) and Garden City (Long Island). Brian joins Derek to discuss highlights from 2019, the intention behind a 6,000 yard/par 68 course at Sand Valley, what makes the courses of Walter Travis so strong, the unique allure of the French designs of Colt and Simpson, when it might be more appropriate to remodel an old course instead of restore it, when it stops making sense to try to make a design appear natural, the difference between grass growers and those that present playing surfaces, how each Renaissance Design member feeds off the skills of the others and what it takes to be on a Tom Doak shaping crew. Check out photos of Llanerch (and other places) on Brian’s Instagram feed. Listen to Derek, Rod Morri and Adrian Logue discuss all things golf on The Good-Good Golf Podcast, a weekly podcast at TalkinGolf.com Derek joined Tom Dunne on the McKellar Podcast, to talk about his story in Volume 2 on Dave Axland–listen here. Finally, read about some of Derek’s favorite public golf courses at UKGolfGuy.com Twitter: @feedtheball Instagram: @feedtheball Subscribe to Feed the Ball on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio and Google Play The post Episode 63: Brian Schneider appeared first on Feed The Ball.