Soul vs. Science - Brett Cyrgalis, Author of Golf's Holy War
The Bag Drop: Untold Stories in Golf
For our latest book in our society book club, we read Golf’s Holy War by author Brett Cyrgalis, who is also a sportswriter at the New York Post and a contributor for Golf Digest. Brett joins us on the latest episode to give us the behind-the-scenes of the book, theoretical physics, and chat all things golf.Brett Cyrgalishttps://www.twitter.com/brettcyrgalis https://www.amazon.com/Golfs-Holy-War-Battle-Science/dp/1476707596NewClub Golf Societyhttps://www.newclub.golf
2020, Week 19 - Golf's Holy War Part 2 with Brett Cyrgalis
The Perfect Number Podcast
In a continuation of our interview with author Brett Cyrgalis about his just-released book, Golf's Holy War, we dive into some of the big, specific topics that showcase golf's historic battle between nirvana and technology. Tiger Woods, the architecture debate, bifurcation and the mystique of Ben Hogan. All play big parts in the book and in the dualism of the game.
Brett Cyrgalis, Author, "Golf's Holy War; The Battle For the Soul of a Game In An Age of Science"
Silver Club Golfing Society Podcast
Is the game of golf an art or a science? This SCGS Podcast searches for that answer with Brett Cyrgalis, NY Post writer and author of a highly touted book, "Golf's Holy War" debuting today, May 5. Cyrgalis, an excellent player in his own right, tries to make sense in both sides of the argument of how golf has transformed over the years through technology.
You're invited into the Reading Room for a conversation between Randy and New York Post sportswriter Brett Cyrgalis on his new book, "Golf's Holy War: The Battle for the Soul of a Game in an Age of Science". The two discuss Brett's background in writing and in golf before diving into a conversation about the book and its contents. Enjoy!
In episode 9 of the Shack Show, author and sports writer in the New York Post, Brett Cyrgalis, joins Geoff Shackelford to discuss the amount of science and analytics that's overwhelmed the game of golf. Brett also shares how he approached his book releasing on May 5th called: GOLF'S HOLY WAR: The Battle for the Soul of a Game in an Age of Science. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
2020, Week 18 - Golf's Holy War Part 1 with Brett Cyrgalis
The Perfect Number Podcast
Golf opens itself up for debate and contradiction more than any other sport. For every purist longing for the 1920's and hickory shafts, there is a grip-it-and-rip-it modern player running to his Trackman to see his latest speed data. The duality of the sport gives it great beauty and great conflict. Brett Cyrgalis set out to tell the history of that rift in his book "Golf's Holy War." Read how golf got technical and bridge the gap between nostalgia and modernism. Part 1 of our chat introduces the concept and talks instruction, psychology and more!
Episode 27, it’s kind of fitting that we are going to exit the 20’s of the podcast as we move down the stretch into the playoff hunt. It’s been an exciting year with a lot of great guests so far and that continues this episode with Brett Cyrgalis of The New York Post. Brett recently announced that he’s the full time beat writer covering the New York Islanders for the remainder of the season and I wanted to have him on to talk some hockey. Many of you guys out there tend to hammer him from time to time, but I’m here to announce that he’s not an Islanders or Rangers fan, so you can stand down. Brett and I talk about what Lou lamoniello and Barry Trotz bring to the Islanders as an organization, we talked about pending unrestricted free agents Brock Nelson, Jordan Eberle, and Anders Lee (He wrote about his contract situation today actually, give it a read). We also talk about the sudden adversity that the Islanders face with illness and injuries and what that can mean for the team down the stretch drive to the playoffs. The Metropolitan division is so tight that anything can have a negative effect on the team, so it’s so important to take every point they can earn. As far as injuries, we talk about Cal Clutterbuck and how there’s a need for some concern over Robin Lehner’s perceived concussion as it relates to his diagnosed anxiety and mental health issues. Obviously, as we saw with Kyle Okposo – concussions can do crazy things to mental health, and theres a real fear there for Lehner. But we’re going to take that one day at a time, just like the Islanders. Special thanks to Brett again for coming on! Please give him a follow on Twitter @brettcyrgalis and head on over to the New York Post to read all his great Islanders coverage as well. If you’ve been listening and enjoying the content, please head over to iTunes and give us a rate and a review? Show us the love! Please also follow me on Twitter @islesblogger and @faithfulisles. Lastly, subscribe to the show by clicking here. If you’re not subscribing on Youtube – do that as well!
IslesBlog Podcast: NY Post NHL Writer Brett Cyrgalis
In this edition of the IslesBlog Podcast, NY Post NHL writer Brett Cyrgalis joins Joe Buono and Tom de Luca as the Islanders head into games against the Maple Leafs and Bruins. Plus, a look back at the first goal of John Tavares' career. Joe. Tom and Brett discussed: - Possible shuffling of the 2nd/3rd lines - Travis Hamonic leaving Monday's practice - The return of Lubomir Visnovsky - Griffin Reinhart's demotion - The play of Josh Bailey - ESPN's NHL Power Rankings - The inspiring E:60 feature on Travis Hamonic