During a brief conversation with Trenton Deal, a team leader at 600 Global, we discovered his likes and dislikes in the sports world.
Q: Who is your all-time favorite championship team in any sport? — Why?
A: 2008 Golf Ryder Cup. At that point in time, Tiger [Woods] was still at his prime golfing years.
Sidenote: The USA defeated Europe 16.5 to 11.5.
Q: What’s one player you cannot stand in any sport? Why can’t you stand him/her?
A: I cannot stand Bubba Watson. He is always looking for someone else to blame besides himself. That’s not the trait of a real winner.
Sidenote: Last Majors win was in the 2014 Masters Tournament.
Q: Do you have a favorite player? (Why is he or she so great?)
A: My favorite player right now is Rory McIlroy. I’d say he has the best swing on tour right now. If he can work on his consistency he’ll be in great shape.
Sidenote: Rory hasn’t won a Major since 2014.
Q: What’s your favorite sports memory of all time?
A: Tiger Woods winning the 2008 U.S Open. To this day has to be one of the greatest last rounds in golf.
Sidenote: Home of the iconic Tiger Woods putt and celebration.
Q: What is one sports venue you want to visit before you die?
A: I would really like to see the Ryder Cup because of its significance, and the energy that the tournament brings.
Sidenote: The Ryder Cup typically is the rowdiest and most competitive tournament professional golf offers.
At 600 Global we believe that competition inspires greatness, and sports are a testament to that. 600 Global prides itself on being a business developer and aims to be the best at what they do, similarly to these athletes mentioned above (besides Bubba Watson). Success is the goal and just like these athletes, it’s exactly what we strive for.