This week the panel weighs in on Mike Weir’s win; special exemptions into major championships; and the fate of municipally owned golf courses.
This week the panel discusses Brooke Henderson’s 10th LPGA victory; whether the PGA Tour should have more team events; and is unanimous in its condemnation of the PIP.
This week the panel debates arm-lock putting, the “team” concept for professional golfers; and whether winners or high points earners are better picks for the Ryder Cup.
This week the Fairways Round Table adds a post mortem to Hideki’s major breakthrough; debates the future for Will Zalatoris; and how tough is Augusta National.
This week the panel discusses Jordan Spieth’s win at the Valero Texas Open, overlooked Masters contenders and debates experience vs the hot hand at Augusta.
This week the panel does their post mortem on the WGC Dell Match Play; Billy Horschel’s questionable 35-foot putt concession; and early Masters picks.
This week the Round Table tackles the WGC Dell Match Play format; poses the final match they’d like to see; and discusses how important is a caddie to a Tour player?
This week the panel weighs in on the Players Championship becoming the fifth Major, Dustin Johnson saying no to the Olympics; and Lee Westwood’s chances at the Masters.
This week the panel discusses the exciting finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the course set-up and makes their picks for the winner of The Players Championship