Tune in this week to hear the history surrounding Professional Golfer Payne Stewart's horrific plane crash back in 1999. (Walsh & Claiborne). (1999). "Golfer Payne Stewart Dies In Jet Crash" (WashingtonPost.com).--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/collin-sugg/message
In this episode of GNP, we sit down with Founder & CEO of Payne Stewart Kids Golf Foundation, Kelly McCammon, and the Chief Marketing Officer, Dan Anderson. We discuss the inspiration behind starting the organization, the elements involved in running it, and the positive impact it has and will have on kids and families across the globe. Thanks so much to Kelly and Dan for making the time to be on the show!
When you saw it, you couldn’t forget: a jet plane, flying by itself through an empty sky, a sporting superstar on board and no way of reaching him. This is the story of Payne Stewart, a golfer who was brash and brilliant and different and shook up his sport and the world around it: how he lived, and how he died. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
SGS Spotlight on Payne Stewart and ‘99 U.S. Open with author Kevin Robbins
The Shotgun Start
It’s about three months later than planned, but it’s U.S. Open week and the Shotgun Start is grateful for that. To get in the mood for the national championship, Andy and Brendan have this bonus Spotlight episode thanks to the U.S. Open’s Victory Club. This is a different approach from previous USGA spotlights on 2006 Winged Foot, 2007 Oakmont, and Bubba Dickerson’s 2001 U.S. Amateur win. They are joined by Kevin Robbins, journalist and professor at Texas, who spent years researching his book, The Last Stand of Payne Stewart: The Year Golf Changed Forever. Brendan and Andy do their usual Spotlight debrief at the top, covering the nuts and bolts of Payne’s career, some amusing tidbits from his 1991 U.S. Open win, and then dive into a long chat with Kevin about Payne’s evolution as a person and player going into that famous 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst. The championship at Pinehurst is also covered in detail with a cast of heavyweights contending on a venue that is now and will be an anchor for the U.S. Open. And Kevin gets at the topic of what made this year such a line of demarcation in the game of golf.
Chuck Cook: Secrets to Payne Stewart's '99 US Open Win
Golf Science Lab
How do you discover what you should ACTUALLY work on in your golf game? Legendary instructor Chuck Cook talks about his work with players like Payne Stewart, Luke Donald, Keegan Bradley and more in this podcast.
Episode 176: Kevin Robbins — Limitations vs. Ambitions, Chasing the Greats, and ‘The Last Stand of Payne Stewart’
The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Meara
"I'm still trying to figure out why the greats are great," says Kevin Robbins, @kdrobbins on Twitter. Kevin Robbins returns to the show to talk about The Last Stand of Payne Stewart. Thanks to Bay Path University's MFA in Creative Nonfiction for the support.
Payne Stewart had a number of close friends and Peter Jacobsen was one of them. While they dueled on the course, off the course Peter & Payne teamed up as two of the founding band members in the popular PGA Tour musical group Jake Trout and the Flounders. Jake joins Brian to revisit an embarrassing moment in 1989. A decade later, it shaped the indelible moment we witnessed between Payne and a young Phil Mickelson at the 1999 US Open at Pinehurst- just months before Payne's tragic death. Jake also revisits his popular Portland event, "Peter's Party", and shares why an event like that will likely never take place again.
Remembering Payne Stewart, Jake Trout and the Flounders Stories, First Tee Core Values | Jake's Takes Podcast
Jake's Takes Podcast with Peter Jacobsen
In this episode Peter remembers his friend Payne Stewart, and shares a few stories about their days as wannabe rock stars in the band Jake Trout and the Flounders. He also gives his thoughts on one of the First Tee program's nine core values: Judgement.
Author Kevin Robbins joins the Hawk & Rude Podcast to discuss his new book, “The Last Stand of Payne Stewart / The Year Golf Changed Forever,” as we approach the 20th anniversary of Stewart’s death.
Interview w/ Author Kevin Robbins Discussing Golf Legend Payne Stewart
This is another special "Bonus Episode" where Tucker Booth interviews author Kevin Robbins about his new book all about the life and times of legendary golfer Payne StewartEnjoy and don't forget... Always tee it up,From The Back Teeshttps://www.fromthebacktees.com