Episode 1764: Shane Lowry On “The Game That Changed My Life” – Time, Thrift, And Toughing It Out
Shane Lowry is the reigning British Open champion and one of Ireland’s most popular sportspeople, and he’s the latest guest on our slot “The Game That Changed My Life”.
He’s got a few memorable wins to choose from, whether from Portrush last year, from the WGC Invitational in 2015 against the best field in golf, or the break-out win of his career at Baltray at the 2009 Irish Open.
He talks us through his choice, how you go about building a career in professional golf, the benefits of having to be thrifty, why time is the greatest gift, and what it means to have golf’s return back on the horizon.
There’s also big news on the Players Chair front, some Lotto results, and Eoin plays “God” – aka The European Ryder Cup captain.
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