The PGA Tour season is over and before the next one starts in two weeks, we thought it appropriate to look back at some of the highlights and notable moments.
Editor’s note: He says he has nothing more to say but whether it’s as an intrepid golf traveler or an old crank, we’re betting we haven’t seen the last of him.
The Round Table comments on elite players on the PGA Tour; the success of the Tour Championship; and whether Magna was too easy for the LPGA.
The Round Table responds to comments from Tour pros that there’s no skill required with the driver; and weighs in on live attendance vs TV.
Like 99% of you, I find slow play on the golf course I’m playing about as painful as root canal surgery but it doesn’t have to be that way.
This week the Round Table deals with slow play (again), Tiger’s playing future (again) and thanks to Patrick Reed, heels, clowns and bad guys on Tour.
The Round Table isn’t too excited about the FedEx Cup playoffs, particularly the new format that gives the points leader a 10-stroke advantage.