In case you guys on the Round Table weren’t aware of this, here’s a ruling that proves once again, THE RULES ARE RIDICULOUS. Penalties should be assessed for cheating, not for folly.
This week the panel weighs in on the second best story at the Players Championship; the Commissioner’s claim that the Saudi League is dead; and Tigers WGHOF acceptance speech.
This week the panel debates whether Bay Hill was unfair; weighs in on the results of the Player Impact Program (PIP); and lists their picks to win The Players Championship.
This week the panel weighs in on Phil Mickelson’s apology and redemption; Greg Norman’s next move; and Zach Johnson as U.S. Ryder Cup captain.
This week the panel ponders the death of the proposed Saudi League, tries to interpret comments from Phil Mickelson and speculates on Tiger’s return.
This week the panel ponders who might jump first to the new Saudi League, Phil Mickelson’s “obnoxious greed” comments and is it time to end the Pebble Beach pro am?Sau
This week the panel ponders a bias against Canadians on golf telecasts, a Saturday finish for the PGA Tour and how much competitive integrity there is when appearance fees are paid.
This week the panel weighs in on Luke Donald as a Ryder Cup captain; controversial comments by players; and rules that we’d like to see changed.
This week the panel riffs on the Sentry Tournament of Champions, ponders options available to the PGA Tour to combat player defections and what’s up with the U.S. Women’s Open.