Thursday, September 24, 2009

Thursday's Radio Segment (UPDATED - Includes The Kornheiser Show and Seattle's The Gas Man Show)

I made an appearance on Tony Kornheiser's most recent new radio show this morning. Click the permalink, then the link below, to listen to the segment on a range of topics -- but mainly on the PGA Tour 'Playoffs' -- I discussed with Tony.

Click here to listen to the radio segment: The Tony Kornheiser Show

I make regular appearances on Seattle's The Gas Man Show on Thursday evenings, and tonight we discussed the golf playoffs as well as John McEnroe and those athletes I enjoy spending time with the most.

Click here to listen to the radio segment: The Gas Man Show

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

That Haiku was great!!

Vince Spence said...

Boy, you won't let loose of Tiger being at MNF, will you? First off, the course was closed Monday. Secondly, it did not look good to be open Tuesday. Why not stay where it is NOT raining and hit balls and stay dry? He knows the course stone dead.

You state Tiger would not have been at MNF if it was a major week. Great call. You might be the only person on the planet to even mention FedEx and Major in the same interview, let alone the same sentence. Most of us understand the difference between the two. Every single time I have seen JF (TGC), heard JF (TK, Sports Reporters) and read JF, you are bringing up TW at Miami.

Thank God we are good friends and I can tell you things like this...

It might interest you to know most bloggers respond in the comments section occasionally. Even to knuckleheads like me.

Vince Spence said...

John, in baseball when you have the best record, there is an advantage in the playoffs. No, it is not a 7-0 lead in the first game. It is called 'home field advantage' for the series - 2-3-2...

Oh, yes, they do the same in football, basketball, hockey.

Match play is a god-awful suggestion.

Vince Spence said...

John,

Please reciprocate and place my blog, Oneeyedgolfer. blogspot.com to your blog roll.

Thanks,

Your buddy,

The One-Eyed Guy