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Thursday, August 10, 2017

MNMikeW <mnmiikkew@aol.com>: Aug 10 08:58AM -0500

Carbon wrote:
 
> "It's his only real position," one official said. "He will ask: 'Did Obama approve this?' And if the answer is affirmative, he will say: 'We don't.'"
 
> The official added: "He won't even want to listen to the arguments or have a debate. He is obsessed with Obama."
 
> https://goo.gl/fPmURD
 
Unnamed diplomats telling Buzzfeed. LOL!
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Aug 10 09:01AM -0700

On 2017-08-10 6:58 AM, MNMikeW wrote:
>> have a debate. He is obsessed with Obama."
 
>> https://goo.gl/fPmURD
 
> Unnamed diplomats telling Buzzfeed. LOL!
 
Keep denying, Mikey. It really is all you have left.
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Aug 10 09:23AM -0700

- show quoted text -
IMO they got it right in every area.
 
Shocker.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Aug 10 09:24AM -0700

On 2017-08-10 9:23 AM, Dene wrote:
> - show quoted text -
> IMO they got it right in every area.
 
> Shocker.
 
What did they get wrong, Greg?
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Aug 10 09:47AM -0700

Yeah.. more circle jerking Trump hate. Not worth my time.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Aug 10 09:52AM -0700

On 2017-08-10 9:47 AM, Dene wrote:
> Yeah.. more circle jerking Trump hate. Not worth my time.
 
You can't admit that Trump is precisely what he comes across as, can you?
 
Tell me one aspect of Trump that impresses you.
 
Just one.
BK@Onramp.net: Aug 10 11:57AM -0500

On Thu, 10 Aug 2017 09:52:28 -0700, Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
wrote:
 
 
>You can't admit that Trump is precisely what he comes across as, can you?
 
>Tell me one aspect of Trump that impresses you.
 
>Just one.
 
That would be interesting.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Aug 10 10:09AM -0700


>> Tell me one aspect of Trump that impresses you.
 
>> Just one.
 
> That would be interesting.
 
But he'll duck it... ...because apparently who asks a question is more
important than what the question is.
 
:-)
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Aug 10 12:48PM -0700

On Thu, 10 Aug 2017 09:52:28 -0700, Alan Baker <alang...@telus.net>
wrote:
- hide quoted text -
 
 
>You can't admit that Trump is precisely what he comes across as, can you?
 
>Tell me one aspect of Trump that impresses you.
 
>Just one.
 
That would be interesting.
 
His policies.
If you want to discuss further, then address me, independent of the RAT's bait.
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Aug 10 11:46AM -0700

US Naval Institute,
Proceedings Magazine - Aug 2017 Vol 143/8/1,374
 
 
<https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2017-08/we-have-been-war-long-time>
 
 
-hh
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Aug 10 03:17AM -0700

BobbyK wrote:
 
> >http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/immigration/327229-crimes-by-illegal-aliens-not-legal-immigrants-are-the-real
 
> HH's post compares illegal aliens vs. American citizens. Your cite
> compares illegal aliens vs. legal immigrants. Big difference.
 
The first line of Moderate's cite:
 
"A story published by The Hill last month about two studies claiming that "immigrants
commit less crime than U.S. born citizens" misses the point..."
 
It goes on to try to point out how the study combined legal & illegal immigrants, but
does not dispute the conclusion that as a group their crime rate is lower than US Citizens.
 
Fortunately, a CATO Institute study did differentiate these two subgroups:
 
"Our headline finding is that both illegal immigrants and legal immigrants have
incarceration rates far below those of native-born Americans—at 0.85 percent,
0.47 percent, and 1.53 percent, respectively. Excluding illegal immigrants who
are incarcerated or in detention for immigration offenses lowers their incarceration
rate to 0.5 percent of their population—within a smidge of legal immigrants. As a
result, native-born Americans are overrepresented in the incarcerated population
while illegal and legal immigrants are underrepresented, relative to their respective
shares of the population."
 
<https://www.cato.org/blog/immigration-myths-crime-number-illegal-immigrants>
 
TL;DR summary: crime* rate of US citizens is 3x higher than illegal immigrants.
 
Notes:
* - illegal immigration status is not a criminal offense; its a civil.
 
 
And note also what CATO points out:
 
"The relatively low number of incarcerated illegal immigrants places some immigration restrictionists in an uncomfortable position: choosing which myth to believe. The first
myth is that illegal immigrants are especially crime-prone. The second myth is that there
are actually two to three times as many illegal immigrants as is commonly reported.
The usual number used by the government and most demographers is that there are
11 to 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States but a steady drumbeat of skeptics
claim the real number is about 22 to 36 million."
 
Which means that if there really are more illegals than officially reported, this already low
number drops even further: the 0.5% drops to 0.25% (at 24M) to 0.15% (at 36M).
 
TL;DR: at the 36M, illegal immigrants are **10x more law abiding** than US Citizens.
 
 
Oh, and for snowflakes who don't like CATO, the Police Foundation says it too:
 
"The perception that the foreign-born, especially "illegal aliens," are responsible for
higher crime rates is deeply rooted in American public opinion and is sustained by
media anecdote and popular myth."
 
<https://www.policefoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Appendix-D_0.pdf>
 
As does also Fox News:
 
"Fear of an illegal immigrant crime wave is sparked by the fear that they are
overwhelmingly murderers, rapists, and thieves. In reality, illegal immigrants
have lower incarceration rates and live in places with lower crimes rates than
native-born Americans."
 
Plus Fox even went here:
 
"Far from perpetrating a crime wave, immigrants actually decrease crime rates."
 
<http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/07/12/illegal-immigrant-crime-wave-evidence-is-hard-to-find.html>
 
 
Now if anyone wants to try to complain about how studies are supposedly dated, a
literature search published within the last 90 days says 'Nope!' (eg, no newer studies
were found which invalidate these prior conclusions):
 
<http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/fact-check-no-evidence-undocumented-immigrants-commit-more-crimes-n777856>
 
Plus it noted that immigration crackdowns has a chilling effect on public safety, such
as through peoples reporting crimes, which backfires by invariably pushing up crime rates:
 
<http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/experts-trump-s-immigration-orders-could-drive-crime-n723301>
 
 
 
-hh
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Aug 10 06:44AM -0700

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 7:47:45 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
> doesn't show up, so they have to let them go! The world is not
> as simple as you make it out to be.
 
> Perhaps this happens and can be easily corrected with good DHS leadership. That's far better scenario than irresponsible liberal leaders, actively protecting illegal immigration and the crimes associated with it. What if it's your family member who is raped or killed by an illegal?
 
This cannot be easily corrected with "good leadership."
It can be corrected by dramatically increasing ICE's budget
so that it has the manpower and wherewithal to carry out its
mission. Illegal aliens by and large are not criminals. The
huge majority of them are here to work and send money home to
their families. Rapists and killers are 100 times more likely
to be Americans than immigrants.
MNMikeW <mnmiikkew@aol.com>: Aug 10 08:50AM -0500

John B. wrote:
 
> Robbing a federally chartered bank is a federal crime. Robbing a
> state-chartered bank is not. In any case, comparing being in the
> US illegally and robbing a bank is ridiculous.
 
I believe if state chartered bank is insured by the FDIC, it is a
federal crime.
MNMikeW <mnmiikkew@aol.com>: Aug 10 08:52AM -0500

John B. wrote:
>> Stupidity. But what else could one expect?
 
>> The original discussion was about sanctuary cities. Support them??
 
> Do you even know what they are?
 
Yes, they are cities where stupid liberals let MS13 gang members wreak
havoc on the population without fear of deportation.
BK@Onramp.net: Aug 10 09:04AM -0500


>> Do you even know what they are?
 
>Yes, they are cities where stupid liberals let MS13 gang members wreak
>havoc on the population without fear of deportation.
 
All of them? Which ones Mike? Cite.
 
 
 
 
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Aug 10 08:23AM -0700

BobbyK wrote:
 
> >Yes, they are cities where stupid liberals let MS13 gang members
> >wreak havoc on the population without fear of deportation.
 
> All of them? Which ones Mike? Cite.
 
Unfortunately, Mike is barking up the wrong tree, because MS13
happened in large part due to the USA's deportation policy.
 
The deportation policy effectively backfired because it created
the conditions for the gang to grow & become more powerful.
 
The basics can be read here:
 
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS-13#History>
 
And while some Americans may claim a "Not My Problem" .. it isn't,
because this had multiple feedback effects to the USA:
 
--> The basics are that the gang members became more proficient
at their criminal craft, resulting in more crime (both in
Central America & USA), aiding recruitment (power) & increasing revenue.
 
--> An example of revenue gains is the gangs entering into human trafficking.
 
--> And an example of the effects of higher crime in CA is that
it destabilized life for the general public, resulted in more of
them trying to flee to the safety of the USA.
 
 
<https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jan/13/central-american-migration-family-children-detention-at-us-border>
 
 
<https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/federal-eye/wp/2015/12/16/unaccompanied-children-crossing-southern-border-in-greater-numbers-again-raising-fears-of-new-migrant-crisis/?utm_term=.2dbddebf8f61>
 
 
TL;DR summary: this deportation policy backfired, as it resulted in:
 
* More crime in Central America
* More human trafficking
* More illegal immigration
* More harder-to-solve crimes in both Central America & the USA
 
 
 
-hh
"DumbedDownUSA" <dumb.america@gmail.com>: Aug 10 09:49AM

Moderate wrote:
 
> > --
 
> In 2017 US has been exporting more natural gas than importing for
> the first time in 60 years.
 
What a fracking idiot you make of yourself. YOu know it has absolutely
nothing to do with Trump. It's as if you think it's a case of turning
on a tap that Obama turned off.
 
http://marketrealist.com/2016/12/factors-driving-us-natural-gas-exports/
 
--
Trump ***Irresponsible, unprofessional and sending the wrong message.***
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Aug 10 06:47AM -0700

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 6:41:05 PM UTC-4, Alan Baker wrote:
 
> > In 2017 US has been exporting more natural gas than importing for
> > the first time in 60 years.
 
> And again, what specifically has made that happen?
 
Fracking has made that happen. Trump has nothing to do with it.
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Aug 10 07:42AM -0700

On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 9:47:05 AM UTC-4, John B. wrote:
> > > the first time in 60 years.
 
> > And again, what specifically has made that happen?
 
> Fracking has made that happen. Trump has nothing to do with it.
 
The technology enablers included horizontal drilling becoming
more cost-effective (early 2000's), followed by changes in the
composition of the fracking fluids (more dilution = cheaper).
 
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_fracturing#Horizontal_completions>
 
There might have also been some (more minor?) role played by
the 'tround' to help fracture strata as well:
 
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dardick_tround#Tround_Terra-drill>
 
which was a potential enabling technology from a ~decade earlier.
 
Overall, one can look at the comparative trend vs oil here, and see
that pre-/post- recession values for 2008-2015) represent what's
effectively a permanent market shift (classical supply:demand):
 
<http://www.macrotrends.net/2500/crude-oil-vs-natural-gas-chart>
 
-hh
BK@Onramp.net: Aug 10 08:51AM -0500

>>The worst mistake Trump can make is be as weak as Obama was with Assad.
 
>Obama didn't make a mistake with Assad. You just hate him.
 
>Apparently you don't remember the red line, which led to a 2nd chemical attack. Fortunately we don't have an an empty suit POTUS this time around.
 
You've lost your mind.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Aug 10 06:52AM -0700

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 7:36:30 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
 
> So...no solutions. Just criticism. Shocker.
 
> Think about this. Un doesn't care about his people. Only his regime. If he becomes convinced that he will not survive a nuclear attack, then he might think twice about starting one.
> The worst mistake Trump can make is be as weak as Obama was with Assad.
 
His family name is Kim, not Un. There is not simple solution to
the NK problem. Kim already knows what will happen if he launches
a nuclear weapon at SK or the US. What he wants is recognition
and money. He wants to make Trump talk to him face-to-face and
Trump is just stupid enough to do it.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Aug 10 06:54AM -0700

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 11:07:21 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
> >The worst mistake Trump can make is be as weak as Obama was with Assad.
 
> Obama didn't make a mistake with Assad. You just hate him.
 
> Apparently you don't remember the red line, which led to a 2nd chemical attack. Fortunately we don't have an an empty suit POTUS this time around.
 
No, we have a dangerous, unhinged idiot.
BK@Onramp.net: Aug 10 09:02AM -0500

On Thu, 10 Aug 2017 07:09:08 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>> That didn't enter my mind but it was the first thing you thought.
>> Hmmmmm.
 
>What do you mean by Hmmmmmm?
 
Surely you jest.
 
>Tell us what butt buddy means to you. Elaborate as much as you like.
 
Simple. Good friends or admiration. Do you actually think that I
could put Greg and Trump into any other situation? Nutso!!
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Aug 10 07:09AM -0500


>>"Butt buddy?" The racist, homophobic left.
 
> That didn't enter my mind but it was the first thing you thought.
> Hmmmmm.
 
What do you mean by Hmmmmmm?
 
Tell us what butt buddy means to you. Elaborate as much as you like.
 
 
--
tmc1982@gmail.com: Aug 10 02:08AM -0700

http://www.nbcsports.com/our-history#start
 
NBC begins broadcasting U.S. Open golf tournament
June 19, 1954
NBC presents two hours of the 1954 U.S. Open golf tournament from Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J. Lindsey Nelson anchors coverage from the 18th hole tower, as Ed Furgol defeats Gene Littler to win his only major title.
 
Jack Fleck Stuns Ben Hogan – and NBC – at 1955 U.S. Open
June 19, 1955
Contracted to cover only one hour of the 1955 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, NBC commentator Gene Sarazen signs off by congratulating Ben Hogan on winning his fifth U.S. Open, as Hogan sits in the clubhouse two shots ahead of Jack Fleck. After the broadcast ends, Fleck stuns Hogan by sinking a birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff the following day. With no broadcast network covering the 18-hole playoff, Fleck beats Hogan by three strokes to stun the nation.
 
First telecast of the Ryder Cup
November 6-7, 1959
NBC presents the first telecast of the Ryder Cup. The network airs two hours of highlights from the prestigious golf tournament at the Eldorado Country Club in Indian Wells, Calif. Led by USA captain Sam Snead, the Americans win the tournament 8 ½ to 3 ½.
 
NBC presents first golf telecast in color
May 6, 1962
NBC presents the Tournament of Champions as the first color golf telecast. Arnold Palmer goes on to win with a one-stroke victory over Billy Casper.
 
Nicklaus-Palmer rivalry is born at 1962 U.S. Open on NBC
June 17, 1962
Jack Nicklaus defeats Arnold Palmer in an 18-hole playoff for the 1962 U.S. Open Championship -- highlighting NBC's first-ever Sunday golf coverage. Palmer is the favorite at Oakmont Country Club, 30 minutes from his hometown of Latrobe, Pa. It's Nicklaus' first professional win, and the beginning of a legendary rivalry between two of the greatest golfers of all time.
 
NBC presents first live color sports transmission from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland
November 1967
Less than a year after sending the Sugar Bowl to Hawaii via satellite, the union's 50th state returns the favor, as NBC transmits the Hawaiian Open Golf Tournament, in which Dudley Wysong wins.
 
NBC presents first ever "Skins Game"
November 24 – 27, 1983
NBC airs coverage of The Skins Game, featuring Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Tom Watson. The format of the event includes cash prizes for the golfer with the lowest score on each hole. In the event of a tie on a hole, the money carries over to the next hole. Vin Scully calls the event with PGA Tour golfer Ben Crenshaw as analyst.
 
Lee Trevino aces "Alcatraz" at The Skins Game
November 29, 1987
Lee Trevino makes one of the most lucrative shots in golf history, hitting a hole-in-one at the iconic 17th hole, known as 'Alcatraz,' at PGA West TPC Stadium Course to win $175,000 in the 1987 Skins Game.
 
The Ryder Cup returns to NBC
September 29, 1991
NBC reacquires the rights to the Ryder Cup, and in the first event of the agreement presents what would become known as "The War on the Shore." Europe's Bernhard Langer misses a potentially match-winning six-foot putt on the 18th hole at Kiawah Island, in his final match against Hale Irwin. Charlie Jones and Johnny Miller call the 14 ½ to 13 ½ United States victory over Europe.
 
NBC broadcasts U.S. Open Golf again after 30 years
June 15-18, 1995
In NBC's first broadcast of golf's U.S. Open in 30 years, Corey Pavin hits an iconic 4-wood on the 18th hole at Shinnecock Hills, in Southampton, N.Y., in the final round on June 18, leading to a par and a two-stroke win for his first major title. NBC goes on to broadcast the U.S. Open through 2014.
 
Payne Stewart sinks 15-foot putt to win U.S. Open
June 20, 1999
In one of the most amazing battles in U.S. Open history, Payne Stewart sinks a 15-foot putt on the 18th hole of the final round at Pinehurst #2 to defeat Phil Mickelson for his second U.S Open title. It's the final victory for Stewart, who would pass away just four months later in an airplane accident.
 
1999 Ryder Cup
September 26, 1999
American Justin Leonard sinks a 45-foot putt on the 17th hole at Brookline Country Club in Chestnut Hill, Mass., against Europe's Jose Maria Olazabal, sending spectators into a frenzy as the Americans defeat Europe 14 ½ - 13 ½ to retake the Ryder Cup. The event delivers a 4.6 rating on NBC.
 
Tiger Woods Wins His First U.S. Open
June 19, 2000
Tiger Woods wins his first U.S. Open by 15 shots, a record for all majors, with a to–par tournament record score of –12 from Pebble Beach, Calif. With a total score of 272, Woods ties the record for the lowest 72-hole score in U.S. Open history.
 
NBC Broadcasts the 2003 U.S. Open
June 12–15, 2003
The 2003 U.S. Open takes place at the North Course of Olympia Fields Country Club in Olympia Fields, Ill. Jim Furyk wins his only major championship, three shots ahead of runner-up Stephen Leaney. With a total score of 272, Furyk ties the record for the then-lowest 72-hole score in U.S. Open history. Bob Costas works the U.S. Open in a host role for NBC for the first time.
 
NBC reaches five-year deal with the PGA TOUR
January 11, 2006
NBC Sports increases its coverage of the PGA TOUR to 10 events, up from five, through 2012. NBC becomes the network home of the final three weeks of the Championship Series and secures the rights to two World Golf Championships.
 
NBC broadcasts the 2006 U.S. Open
June 15 - 18, 2006
NBC broadcasts the 106th U.S. Open from Winged Foot Golf Club West Course in Mamaroneck, N.Y. This is the first U.S. Open broadcast in HD (on both NBC and ESPN). Geoff Ogilvy wins his first career major in one of the wildest finishes in U.S. Open history. Phil Mickelson, playing in the final pairing and seeking his third straight major championship, double-bogeys the final hole after hitting driver off the tee and failing to hit the fairway. Reacting to his double-bogey on the final hole, he bends over, head in his hands, and says, "I am such an idiot."NBC broadcasts the 2008 U.S. Open
June 12-16, 2008
NBC televises the 108th U.S. Open from Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif., including the first-ever primetime coverage of the major. Tiger Woods wins his third U.S. Open Championship and 14th major title. He hobbles to victory with a broken leg and torn ACL after forcing an 18-hole playoff against Rocco Mediate with a 15-foot birdie. After both players shoot 71 in the playoff, and Woods defeats Mediate on the first sudden-death hole.
 
NBC broadcasts the 2010 U.S. Open
June 17-20, 2010
NBC broadcasts the 110th U.S. Open from Pebble Beach, during which Graeme McDowell wins his only major title.
 
NBC Sports Group extends rights to PGA Tour
September 2011
NBC Sports Group and the PGA Tour reach agreement to extend NBCUniversal's rights until 2021.
 
"Golf Channel on NBC" broadcasts the 2012 U.S. Open
June 14–17, 2012
"Golf Channel on NBC" and Golf Channel broadcast 13 hours of the 112th U.S. Open from the Olympic Club in San Francisco, Calif. Webb Simpson wins his first major title, one stroke ahead of Graeme McDowell and Michael Thompson. "Golf Channel on NBC's" broadcast marks the most-watched U.S. Open final round in four years; the most-watched third round in a decade; and the most-watched combined Saturday-Sunday coverage in four years.
 
"Golf Channel on NBC" Broadcasts the 2013 U.S. Open
June 13-16, 2013
"Golf Channel on NBC" and Golf Channel broadcast the 113th U.S. Open from the East Course of Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Justin Rose finishes two strokes ahead of Jason Day and Phil Mickelson to win his first major title, becoming the first player from England to win the U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin in 1970, two strokes ahead of Jason Day and Phil Mickelson. "Golf Channel on NBC's" weekend tournament coverage is the most-watched East Coast U.S. Open in six years (since 2007 at Oakmont Country Club), while Golf Channel posts the network's most-watched U.S. Open Week ever for an East Coast event (second most-watched U.S. Open Week of all-time behind 2012's event).
 
NBC Sports Group signs partnership with PGA of America through 2030
October 10, 2013
The PGA of America and NBC Sports Group unveil a historic partnership extension through 2030, the most far-reaching agreement in professional sports at the time it is signed. The multi-platform agreement gives NBC Sports Group exclusive broadcast, cable and streaming rights to the Ryder Cup and the Senior PGA Championship through 2030. The Ryder Cup has been televised by NBC since 1991.
 
"Golf Channel on NBC" signs off on the U.S. Open
June 12-15, 2014
"Golf Channel on NBC" and Golf Channel present 75 combined live hours of television surrounding the 114th U.S. Open from Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, N.C., the last in its U.S. Open deal. Martin Kaymer wins his first U.S. Open and second major title, eight strokes ahead of Erik Compton and Rickie Fowler. He is the first to open a major with two rounds of 65 or better, and sets a U.S. Open record for lowest 36-hole score at 130.
 
20th Anniversary of Golf Channel
January 17, 2015
 
NBC Sports Group enters into 12-year agreement with The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews
June 8, 2015
NBC Sports Group enters into a 12-year agreement with The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews for U.S. television coverage starting in 2017. The partnership includes coverage of The Open, Senior Open, Amateur Championship, Ricoh Women's British Open and The Walker Cup, and Curtis Cup in years those events are hosted by the R&A and Ladies' Golf Union. Subsequently, NBC Sports Group secures 2016 media rights for the 145th Open Championship, a year earlier than planned. Airing on NBC and Golf Channel, this deal marks Golf Channel's first coverage of a men's major championship.
 
GolfNow surpasses 15 million rounds of golf in one year
December 31, 2015
 
U.S. wins 2016 Ryder Cup
October 2, 2016
For the first time since 2008, the United States wins the Ryder Cup in dominating fashion over Europe, 17-11 at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, MN. Ryan Moore clinches the winning point for the Americans and Patrick Reed posts a 3-1-1 record in his matches over the three-day event, including a theatrical victory over Europe's Rory McIlroy on the final day. The United States victory comes following the passing of Arnold Palmer one week prior on September 25. As a tribute to Palmer, the first tee at Hazeltine National Golf Club displays the golf bag Palmer received as captain of the 1975 United States Ryder Cup team. Golf Channel produces 23 consecutive live hours of programming and conducts more than 80 interviews with family, friends, fellow golfers and more to recount Palmer's life and legacy as the world's most influential golfer.
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