How do we avoid another Ryder Cup battering? Paul McGinley explains...
The Bunkered Golf Podcast
With the dust settling on Europe's 19-9 record Ryder Cup defeat at Whistling Straits, Paul McGinley - the 2014 winning captain - joins The bunkered Podcast to share some ways we can try to ensure such a humiliation never happens again. McGinley also chats about his new TV show "Golf's Greatest Holes" and explains why it is that everybody loves par-3s the most. Elsewhere, Michael and Bryce look ahead to Brooks vs Bryson, discuss the most recent Tiger sighting, and get into a heated debate over the PGA Tour's latest bonus scheme for players. Also... what are the most annoying things a spectator can do at a live golf event? We've got some suggestions... ⛳️ Chat to us on social and subscribe to the magazine for the best news, reviews, comment and more from the home of golf! ⓣ https://twitter.com/bunkeredonline ⓕ https://www.facebook.com/bunkeredonline ⓨ https://www.youtube.com/bunkeredonline ⓘ https://www.instagram.com/bunkeredonline Get the magazine every month: https://www.bunkered.co.uk/suboffer
13: SPECIAL EDITION: On Aon’s Nicklaus-Jacklin Award with Bones Mackay and Paul McGinley
There is no golfing event quite as significant and unique as the Ryder Cup. From the unusual team selection to Aon’s awarding of the inaugural Nicklaus-Jacklin Award, this event is highly anticipated and thoroughly enjoyed around the world. In this special edition of “On Aon,” Aon’s CEO of EMEA, Eduardo Dávila, welcomes two special guests: Aon Ambassador, former PGA TOUR and U.S. Ryder Cup Team caddie and NBC Sports Commentator Jim “Bones” Mackay, as well as Irish professional golfer and Ryder Cup former Team member and Past Captain Paul McGinley. They talk about sportsmanship, partnership, making better decisions and the Ryder Cup—happening this week at Whistling Straits. Paul and Bones detail their experiences with the Ryder Cup. [:55]The significance of the Nicklaus-Jacklin Award presented by Aon. [3:05]Key differences between the Ryder Cup and other major golfing events. [7:03]Insights into the player-caddie relationship in this unique competition. [8:43]The impact that data and analytics have on team selections and other considerations. [10:51]“Always remember to make the big thing the big thing.” [14:30]Mealtimes, bedtimes and other cultural differences between U.S. and European teams. [15:12]Ryder Cup predictions from the world’s most renowned caddie. [17:23]Factors that might give the European team the advantage at this year’s Ryder Cup. [19:43]About the Nicklaus-Jacklin Award:The Nicklaus-Jacklin Award presented by Aon commemorates the famous Nicklaus-Jacklin Ryder Cup ‘concession’ in 1969. The award recognizes a player from both the U.S. and European Ryder Cup teams who best embodies the spirit of the Ryder Cup and better decision-making. Recipients of the inaugural award will be selected by a committee consisting of Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, other past European and U.S. Ryder Cup Captains, representatives from Sky and NBC Sports and Carlo Clavarino, Executive Chairman, International, Aon. Learn more.Additional Resources:History of the Sept. 20, 1969 concession.More information on: Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, Bones Mackay and Paul McGinleyAnd meet Eduardo Dávila, CEO of EMEA at Aon.Aon also sponsors the Aon Risk Reward Challenge, a season-long competition across the PGA and LPGA Tours that highlights golf’s best strategic decision makers. Learn more about Aon’s golf partnerships.Aon’s websiteTweetables:“I’ve got nothing but really good experiences and memories of my Ryder Cup career.” — Paul McGinley“My one goal was to caddie in a Ryder Cup.” — Bones Mackay“It’s easy to go down rabbit holes and look for marginal gains…but we mustn’t lose sight of what the big factors are.” — Paul McGinley“At Aon we try to caddie for our clients. We are trying to advise them and be the trusted advisor that they will follow.” — Eduardo Dávila
Today we explore the mindset of Paul McGinley, the Irish professional golfer who has won four events on the European Tour and was the victorious Ryder Cup Captain in 2014. The Ryder Cup is a unique challenge in sports – teams are rapidly assembled and short-lived but their legacy is remembered forever. In this highly competitive environment, I explore Paul’s mindset and leadership strategies during Europe’s successful 2014 campaign and how they can be applied to any business or organisation. Learn more about Paul's preparation, the importance of creating an inspirational shared goal, how to handle big characters – and finding your ‘caddy’.If you’d like to join the Sporting Edge Members Community to get 24/7 access to over 600 insights to accelerate your personal and professional development, apply the discount code PODCAST100 in the checkout here to get your first month half price. Connect with JeremyContact email@example.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremysnape/ Twitter https://twitter.com/thesportingedgeFacebook http://www.facebook.com/TheSportingEdgeWebsite www.sportingedge.com
Paul McGinley Interview: Ramping up for the Ryder Cup, debunking European team myths and optimizing Team USA‘s strengths
Off Course with Claude Harmon
In this episode of GOLF’s Off Course with Claude Harmon III, the first Irishman to captain Team Europe to victory sits down to discuss everything Ryder Cup. From his famous 18th hole putt at the Belfry to win in 2002 to his victory as Captain in 2014, McGinley offers unique insight into the upcoming matchup. The Irishman shares that despite what everyone believes, it's not always rosie in the European locker room between teammates. He also dives into what Team USA has working in their favor and why camaraderie is what makes the Ryder Cup so special.
E78 - Paul McGinley: It’s not about being the best player in the team, but being the best team player.
The High Performance Podcast
Paul has been a European Tour golfer now for over 25 years. Despite winning several tournaments and being a former top 20 ranked player in the world, he is best known for his performances in team competitions, especially the Ryder Cup. He has represented Europe on 14 occasions as a player, Vice-Captain & Captain, winning an astonishing 13 times, most memorably in 2014 where he led Europe to a comprehensive victory over America at Gleneagles in Scotland as Captain.This led to many awards including being voted Coach of the year at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2014 and being made an Executive Fellow at London Business School, the first sportsman ever awarded this honour. Paul's book, 'Landscape of Success', is out now. For a copy - please message Paul on Twitter @mcginleygolf**You can still get your hands on signed copies of our new book, High Performance: Lessons from the best on becoming your best, right here: https://bit.ly/3xQwAsL We have brand new content up in our FREE members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE! On the Circle this month:* Exclusive Podcast with Chrissie Wellington - 4 x Ironman World Champion and Global Lead for Health & Wellbeing for parkrun.* Keynote with former England Rugby Sevens captain Ollie Phillips* High Performance Boosts with British Wheelchair Tennis Champion and Paralympic medal winner Jordanne Whiley MBE, Olympic Gold medal winning rower Ben Hunt-Davis and adventurer Levison Wood.Go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com A big thanks to our founding partners Lotus Cars for their continued support. Look out for our Jenson Button podcast from Goodwood Festival of Speed coming next week! Thanks also to GIVEMESPORT - the exclusive sports partner of the High Performance Podcast. To gain further access to editorial and social content from the Podcast click here https://www.givemesport.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 73: Lessons in Leadership with Paul McGinley
The Golfers Journal Podcast
He wasn’t the biggest, flashiest or longest, but one look at Paul McGinley’s resume—four European Tour wins, three Ryder Cup titles as a player and one more as captain—clearly shows a legendary career in the game. But golf never came easily to the scrappy Irishman. McGinley spills his secrets for success to host Tom Coyne, reflecting on his love for Gaelic football, attending high school with Padraig Harrington, why he prefers watching Rory over Tiger, what it takes to gain the respect of a Ryder Cup locker room and how he purposefully hooked the most important putt of his life.
Bryson, bifurcation and... Paolo Di Canio?! – Paul McGinley goes deep!
The Bunkered Golf Podcast
The 2014 Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley joins us this week for a wide-ranging and seriously insightful chat. We cover everything with the Irishman, from the secrets to being a successful skipper, to his relationship with Harry Redknapp, to why he loves Bryson DeChambeau but hates the way he plays. Seriously, you don't want to miss this chat. Elsewhere, Michael and Bryce discuss Angel Cabrera's weird arrest, discuss the merits of a golf club membership and reveal which people they would pick to make up their dream fourballs. Oh, and there's a winner in the Podder of Merit, too... ⛳️ Chat to us on social and subscribe to the magazine for the best news, reviews, comment and more from the home of golf! ⓣ https://twitter.com/bunkeredonline ⓕ https://www.facebook.com/bunkeredonline ⓨ https://www.youtube.com/bunkeredonline ⓘ https://www.instagram.com/bunkeredonline Get the magazine every month: https://www.bunkered.co.uk/suboffer
Paul McGinley joins to talk about golf in England and Ireland, his first Ryder Cup, what Sam Torrance told him about his role on the team, the bits and pieces he learned from his captains, and how it molded him into the captain of the 2014. He gives great detail on how he managed egos, individual relationships, expectations, statistics, and everything else that goes into the complicated role of captain. Special thanks to BMW for their support of our Ryder Cup content, and we look forward to providing much more over the course of the next year.