Major championship winner Paul Azinger begins this segment by recalling life on the road in a used motor home with his wife and their cat. He remembers the early influencers on his career and his game and recounts the early wins on Tour, three of which came in 1987 when he was the PGA Tour Player of the Year. Intermixed throughout are stories of Palmer, Nicklaus, Trevino, Watson, Ballesteros, Crenshaw, Floyd, Strange, Woods Wadkins, Byron Nelson and both Normans. Paul Azinger continues his captivating stories, "FORE the Good of the Game."
1993 PGA Champion and winning Ryder Cup Captain and player, Paul Azinger, reflects on growing up as an Air Force brat in Florida and not blossoming into a legitimate golfer until his days at Florida State University where he developed under the watchful eyes of John Redman and Dr. Jim Suttie. Hear about the influencers in Paul's life like Bert Yancey, Lee Trevino and Ben Crenshaw, and how he learned to handle pressure, Sunday pressure! Paul share his views on the "one true fundamental" of a golf swing and offers his solutions to today's debate on distance. Zinger serves up some great stories from his early days in golf, "FORE the Good of the Game."
The 1988 PGA Championship at Oak Tree and how I met Paul Azinger and caddied in one of the most famous golf tournaments in the world for a great guy from New Orleans and a really fast Motor Home.
Fear and Loathing in the USA
This podcasts covers how I caddied and partied really really hard with a guy named Carl in the 1988 PGA Championship in my hometown of Edmond Oklahoma. Which lead to me meeting his childhood friend Paul Azinger who at the time was the number one golfer on earth and playing two practice rounds with him before the tournament. We then head to New Orleans for a Super Bowl and have a great time in the Big Easy with my new friend and have a close encounter with Jerry Rice, Brett Farve, the police and drive a really fast motor home and not in that order. We also throw in a couple of stories about how I met Pete Dye and how he helped me design a golf course from his private helicopter. All big fun in the mantra of Hunter S.
In this episode, Hal and Chase sit down with 12-time PGA Tour winner, 1993 PGA Champion, broadcaster, and 2008 Ryder Cup Captain, Paul Azinger. They discuss confidence vs self belief, how to effectively use the bounce in your short game, recount some fun stories from Paul and Hal's time on the PGA Tour, and more!
Paul Azinger on Ryder Cup Memories, U.S. Chances vs. Europe, Bryson/Dustin | Half-Forgotten History
Trey Wingo Presents: Half-Forgotten History
Longtime PGA Tour Pro and announcer Paul Azinger joins Trey in advance of the Ryder Cup. Azinger shares why the Cup is so meaningful to him, what it was like to compete in the 1991 "War on the Shore", how the teams stack up this year against one another, how Bryson DeChambeau and Dustin Johnson will co-exist for Team USA. He goes on to share stories from his time as U.S. Captain in 2008 and how he motivated Anthony Kim and Phil Mickelson.
Glenn Clark Radio August 25, 2021 (Paul Azinger, Joe Theismann, Drew Forrester)
Glenn Clark Radio
So a couple more thoughts about yesterday's back and forth with ESPN's Jeremy Fowler to start today's show and then...the Orioles lost again! Hooray! It's #WouldYouRatherWednesday-would you rather have spent the last decade as an Angels fan-seeing transcendent talent but always .500-or as a Rays fan-seeing competitive baseball but players always departing? Near the bottom of Hour 1, Washington Football Team TV analyst and former QB Joe Theismann checked in to preview Baltimore/Washington Saturday night and to share some thoughts on why the league won't be "figuring out" Lamar Jackson until he slows down. Late in Hour 1, Drew Forrester (DrewsMorningDish.com) checked in to talk Orioles, BMW Championship and more. And he stuck around as near the bottom of Hour 2, NBC golf analyst and former PGA Champion Paul Azinger joined us to preview this weekend's event at Caves Valley.
Chip Beck Talks 1991 Ryder Cup and the Matches Pitting He and Paul Azinger vs. Seve & Jose Maria Olazabal Plus a Whole Lot More...
Golf Podcast: next on the tee
In this segment of the Next on the Tee podcast, Chip Beck may be the most positive person on the planet and it comes through in our conversation. Hear him sharing memories from playing in the 1991 Ryder Cup at Kiawah Island, which is remembered for being the War on the Shore. Hear about how he and Paul Azinger faced off against Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal and the gamesmanship that went on during their matches. We also hear about Chip's close calls in majors, how that prepared him to win, and his breakthrough first victory at the 1988 LA Open.
1993 PGA Champion Paul Azinger talks about the many influencers on his career and game, learning shots from Lee Trevino, Seve Ballesteros, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Watson and many others who were eager to pass along their knowledge, "FORE the Good of the Game."