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A sophisticated and brilliant look into the world of golf from a Stick and a Hack! This golf podcast comes from the team that brings you the greatest golf club in the world, without the course. Mike Ryan (Stick) and Adam Grubb (Hack) bring the stories of golf, guests, and discussion centering around the great game as we know it. From sports psychologists, authors, instructors, and some of the game's unknown heroes, Stick and Hack will entertain and enlighten. This is a golf podcast for every ...
 
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Matt and Jeremy are joined by two of B.C.'s leading thinkers on forestry -- Prof. Gary Bull of UBC's school of forestry, who focuses on the economics of the forestry sector, and Torrance Coste, the leader of the Wilderness Committee, an activist organization that advocates for an end to old-growth logging. In this expansive conversation, the guests…
 
Guest this week is Luke Reese, co-founder of Winona Capital, a private equity firm in Chicago. He speaks four languages, learned golf from the Scots, and just wrote a new book called One for the Memory Banks. He spent much of his early career as the president of different divisions of Amer Sports: the parent company of Wilson, Atomic, Salomon, Arc'…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome to the show Christina Clarke (CEO of the Songhees Development Corporation) and Hon. Murray Rankin (MLA and Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation) for a frank discussion about the past, present, and future of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples. The main theme of the conversation is "economic reconciliation," and spe…
 
The time for you to be a youth phenom has passed, most likely unless you're 8 years old watching this podcast. Morgan Pressel an LGPA golfer who qualified for the U.S. Women's Open at the age of 12 joins the show to talk about her career and the pressures of a young phenom. Not only that, we revisit an old, legendary movie that seems to have everyo…
 
How can we revitalize downtown Victoria and add to its built environment and design? In this episode, Matt and Jeremy welcome two of the leading architects and designers in Victoria to the podcast -- Franc D'Ambrosio of DAU and Everest MacDonald of Elevate Design Studio -- to discuss the following questions: 1) If you could change three things abou…
 
Golf doesn't build character, it reveals it. Ever seen that poster about every other sport? We at Stick & Hack believe golf is the only actual sport where it's true, and the poster child of this statement is Steve Scott, PGA professional, and the guy who told Tiger Woods to move his mark back. Steve shares his story. discusses his recently publishe…
 
The Maritime Museum of B.C. is in a time of transition. In 2015, it was forced to vacate the structurally unsound building that it once occupied in Bastion Square. Since then, it has found a temporary home on Humboldt Street and nearly moved to Langford. Now, with a new board in place and a new vision, the Museum is looking for a permanent home in …
 
General Manager of the world-renowned golf club, Winged Foot, Colin Burns joins the Stick & Hack show to discuss the hospitality measures Winged Foot takes to make sure the club is an experience like no other. Also, which exotic animals are sticks or hacks? Adam's got some hostile opinions... Visit StickandHack.com for the best in golf entertainmen…
 
Have you ever been to Choke City? Most golfers have. A trip more infamously known as the "yips," losing confidence in your game is common, and even more entertaining to witness when professionals experience it. Sports psychologist Dr. Gio Valiente talks about the yips, as well as common characteristics in the best of the best. Is this episode a fre…
 
Tig Cross is the founder and CEO of Elektrom LEV, an electric bike manufacturer based right here in in B.C. Corey Burger is the infrastructure and policy specialist at the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition, a well-established cycling advocacy organization that's successfully shaped policy in and around Victoria for years. The guests discuss a wide…
 
Langford: Behind the Big Box Curtain. In this unique podcast experience, the Best Coast Political Podcast teams with the Capital Daily to bring listeners a revealing look at one of B.C.'s most beguiling towns: Langford. Recently voted the most liveable city in Canada (by an insurance website), it's often criticized for its endless sprawl, bland sub…
 
Join Matt and Jeremy for their discussion with youth mental health advocates, Emma Epp and Emma Hale. The have received widespread media attention for their campaign to raise awareness about and bring change to Royal Jubilee's Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES). On the social media platforms that they run, numerous former patients have shared the…
 
Pro-Am tournaments offer people (like Mike) the chance to play with some renowned PGA players. One of those players you may have the pleasure of golfing against/with is Ken Duke, and while he wouldn't agree to play golf with Adam, he was kind enough to share his stories and experiences on the air. Ken has battled with scoliosis since his childhood,…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome to the podcast the Honourable Minister of State for Child Care, Katrina Chen, to talk $10/day daycare, early childhood education, and the long-standing challenges that British Columbians have faced in finding affordable, accessible child care. Matt and Jeremy solicited questions ahead of time from listeners and were able to …
 
The healing power of golf is a unique, incredible phenomenon, and no one knows that better than Steve Pope, a fire captain who's found sanctity in golf. Steve's mission is to combat the PTS experienced by not only firefighters but service people alike, and the solution he's found is playing golf. Listen in to Steve's story, and hear about Mike's co…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome Victoria city councillor Jeremy Loveday to the podcast to talk climate action and the circular economy. Victoria, as with so many municipalities in BC, is trying to leverage its powers to move away from the take-make-waste model of industrial production and consumption and shift towards a "circular economy," where buildings …
 
There have been and currently are impactful, powerful women making moves in the PGA and LPGA. Here to talk about those moves is Alyson Johnson, LPGA insider, and sports marketing professional. Adam and Mike learn about what it takes to secure a brand deal as a PGA player, and why this is something they'll never achieve. Alyson seems all too willing…
 
We are finally back with a new episode as we make our way through the absolute chaos that is the opening credits to "Bob's Burgers" with diehard fan Skylar Harrison from Bob's Credits. Follow Max: Instagram|Twitter Follow Gary: Instagram|Twitter Follow Skylar: Instagram Links, as promised in the episode: The Bob's Burgers Opening Credits (both Orig…
 
Join hosts Matt and Jeremy as they welcome Mike Larsen for a discussion on the terrifying realities of facial recognition software. Mike Larsen is the Director of BC FIPA -- the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association -- and a professor of criminology at Kwantlen University. The hosts and Mike discuss the moral, legal, and philosophical d…
 
Mike finds himself a lowly Hack among Hacks this episode as the ultimate Stick, Gary Player joins the show. If you're unfamiliar with Gary Player, allow us to kindly direct you to the nearest dumpster, as those are where your golf clubs belong. Gary shares stories, thoughts, life advice, and roasts Adam and Mike about their health habits. To quote …
 
Does Victoria need skyscrapers to densify? Matt and Jeremy are joined by Ian Sutherland of the Downtown Residents Association to discuss this very topic. The conversation largely centres on a proposed development in Harris Green by Starlight Developments. Starlight has purchased the Market on Yates property and the car lot to the east of Vancouver …
 
Ever wonder how a golf tournament is successfully executed? How are all the scores kept? How many people does it take? Does Adam even care? Harry Cloke from Shorehill Golf offers his insight on golf data, and explains the Shorehill model of improving golf courses. The Stick or Hack game this week is unofficially sponsored by Little Debbie©, who's s…
 
Should the art gallery move to a new centre downtown? Are traditional art galleries still relevant in the era of Indigenous reconciliation? Guests Jon Tupper (Director of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria) and Charles Campbell (prominent local artist) discuss these thorny topics and consider the impact that the pandemic and Black Lives Matter hav…
 
Stick and Hack are BACK! Adam the Hack has some competition this week, as we are joined by Adam Young from Adam Young Golf who shares his philosophy on golf instruction. Who joins the threesome this week? Does Mike even know what music is? Are there free tips in this episode? We suppose you'll have to listen to find out. Visit StickandHack.com for …
 
Episode 6: What is Old Victoria and is it Worth Saving? Heritage, Housing, and the Competing Interests of Development Matt and Jeremy welcome Luke Mari and Pam Madoff to the podcast. Luke is a partner in Aryze Developments, one of the largest and most prominent development companies in the city. Pam is the chair of Victoria's Heritage Advisory Pane…
 
Even the best content has flubs, mishaps, "sticky" moments as you might call it. Take a look back as we highlight some of the most infamous moments of 2020. Thank you for your continued support and patronage during this year. Great things are on the horizon for Stick and Hack members! Visit StickandHack.com for the best in golf entertainment, tips,…
 
Have Adam and Mike outdone themselves as we wrap up season 2 of the Stick and Hack Show? Take a trip down memory lane as we highlight the top ten moments from the 2020 year, a year desperately in need of the quality entertainment provided by the Stick and Hack Show. Thank you for your continued support and patronage during this year. Great things a…
 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. This is a special edition episode featuring a recent radio interview Gary Burger and Debbie Champion did on Dr. Stan Fine's "It's Your Business" Radio Show. In this special episode we'll cover some of the stigmas around lawyers in business, how lawyer…
 
Matt and Jeremy first recap the second incarnation of the 2020 Victoria City Council By-Election, where Stephen Andrew handily beat the competition. Does his victory portend a swing of the political pendulum back towards centre? And is Together Victoria 'over'? The once-feared municipal party showed its susceptibility to loss, despite its large poo…
 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Gary and Debbie Discuss how to litigate by zoom - tips and tricks for taking depositions and mediating cases by zoom. How to use documents, video record depos, meditate successfully, use exhibits and presentations. To get more informa…
 
Welcome to Lawyer V. Lawyer, the only legal podcast giving you both sides of the trial room floor. In this episode: Debbie and Gary discuss the effect fake news and election litigation has on the law and litigation everywhere else. All of a sudden, people are openly criticizing judges and decisions, are filing baseless lawsuits and making claims wi…
 
Golf clubs with one length? Unheard of until recently! Or was it... Adam and Mike discuss the history of Tommy Armour, a pioneer in using golf clubs with similar shafts. In the more recent years, One Iron Golf was established by Matt Lake and is dedicated to fitting golfers with iron sets consisting of only one club length. Crazy, or revolutionary?…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome Todd Litman and Travis Paterson to the show for a discussion of the upcoming Victoria city council by-election and a look at the issues most pressing to Victoria voters. Todd is a consultant and researcher who runs Cities for Everyone and the Victoria Transport Policy Institute and Travis is a local journalist with the Oak B…
 
Adam and Mike consider spending their entire collective salaries on 3 instruction sessions from some famous PGA instructors. Is it worth their time? Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott, world-renowned instructors, coaches, and authors join the show to discuss the mindset of Vision 54, shooting a birdie on every hole. And Adam and Mike talk about which fa…
 
Matt and Jeremy plumb the depths of everyone's favourite cocktail party question: Should the Greens and the NDP merge into a single eco-social party, or at least organize some sort of electoral collaboration? It's a question frequently discussed in progressive circles, and it seems every year the CBC runs an article on the topic. The hosts welcome …
 
Everyone wants to golf well into their retirement, right? Hear the stories of older golfers shooting their age, and find out how long Mike plans to stay alive! Thomas Malchow joins the show (again) and can hopefully pick up the slack left by Adam and Mike. He discusses Trainfuly.com, a site dedicated to information about golf fitness. Together, the…
 
Join Jeremy and Matt as they welcome Councillor Sarah Potts and filmmaker Krista Loughton to the podcast to discuss Victoria’s most pressing social issue: homelessness. The pandemic forced shelters to close, pushing hundreds of unhoused citizens into area parks, and setting off a firestorm of controversy. Councillor Potts talks about the challenges…
 
We're closing out spooky season with our final episode of Credits SCARE as we make our way through the opening credits to "Ghost Adventures" with the assistance of Dan from Real Life Ghost Stories and Let Me Introduce Myself. Follow Max: Instagram|Twitter Follow Gary: Instagram|Twitter Follow Dan: Instagram Links, as promised in the episode: Ghost …
 
What lengths would you go to for a round of golf? Chi Chi Rodriguez played with rocks and ended up one of the most influential golfers in the PGA. James Poulter, CEO of the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation joins the show to discuss what his organization does and his experience with youth and golf. Does Mike reveal his political biases? Found out …
 
Submitted for the approval of The Midnight Society, we call this story, "The Tale of the Two Idiots Making Their Way Through the Opening Credits to 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?'" -- We recorded this episode using Squadcast which allows you to record studio-quality remote interviews for your podcast. First 7 days are free. Check it out here. Support…
 
Join the Best Coast Political Podcast for its inaugural episode! Hosts Jeremy Caradonna and Matt Dell interview each other before bringing on journalist Richard Zussman to talk about the snap election in BC and what it means for the ridings in and around Victoria.
 
Adam and Mike discuss athletes who found their own unique way of competing in their sports, and how those habits may have found their way into golf. Retired USGA Director of Rules and Competition, Tom Meeks joins the show to share his stories on the PGA tour, as well as his relationships with famous golfers. In this special round of In-or-Out, Tom …
 
You click play on our podcast with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension—a dimension of Max, a dimension of Gary, a dimension of Biscuit. You're moving through the opening credits to "The Twilight Zone." You've just crossed over into this year's first episode of....Credits Scare. -- We recorded this episode using Squadcast which al…
 
The 2020 Ryder Cup has been canceled... Mike and Adam reminisce on some famous Ryder Cup moments featuring Jack Nicklaus and a rowdy group of fans. They also speak with the Whistling Straits Director of Ops Mike O'Reilly on that decision making process. Adam and Mike play Stick or Hack with 00's bands, revealing Adam's skewed perception of quality …
 
This is truly an episode for the books; packed full of triumph, overcoming the odds, and yet another golfer who is better than Adam. Manuel De Los Santos was set to go pro in the MLB, but shifted his attention to golf after an injury left him with only one leg. Jeremy Poincenot, a blind golf champion shares his story and praises the healing power o…
 
Pull up a seat at the bar, have a drink, and let us take you on a little journey through the "Cheers" opening credits sequence. -- We recorded this episode using Squadcast which allows you to record studio-quality remote interviews for your podcast. First 7 days are free. Check it out here. Support us on Patreon Follow Max: Instagram|Twitter Follow…
 
The first Credits Score spinoff is coming very soon. Bob's Credits An entire podcast dedicated to the brilliant Bob's Burgers end credits sequences. Follow Bob's Credits on social media for launch date and other info: Bob's Credits on Instagram Bob's Credits on Twitter Bob's Credits on Patreon Official Website…
 
How much can a golf course's conditions really affect the scores for a tournament? Turns out, it's a lot, and it's extremely satisfying to watch professional golfers hit similar scores to the average hack. That's exactly what happened in the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. PGA Tour Agronomist Thomas Bastis talks about his role on courses when p…
 
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