This week the panel debates why so many young players are winning on the PGA Tour; and whether the LPGA should protest the U.S. Open at a Trump owned course.
Rahm made an unbelievable eagle putt on 18 to cap a remarkable back nine score of 30.
Tom McBroom, Jim Fraser, Ken Tarling and Stacy (West) Mahoney will be the newest members of the Hall of Fame.
This week the panel discusses Adam Hadwin’s 59; debates the new selection rules for the European Ryder Cup team; and offers their thoughts on how Tiger Woods will perform this week at Torrey Pines.
Hadwin’s 59 in the third round led to a career best 2nd place finish.
This week the panel debates the value of a 59; discusses Jim Furyk as the next Ryder Cup captain; and weighs in on a course set up like Wailea that produced a birdie-fest.
The long hitting 23-year old opened with a 59 and closed with a record setting 27-under score to beat the field by seven shots.
I’m not making any predictions – just offering some thoughts on things that could be changed to make the game better, make you a better golfer and give us all greater enjoyment.
Furyk was a unanimous choice by the Ryder Cup committee last month.