This week the Round Table also weighs in on players being mic’d up during regular events; and which golfer would make the most interesting documentary subject.
The Round Table debates which match was better, who was the MVP of the show and did the matches tell us anything about pro golf without fans.
The Round Table weighs in with their take on the TaylorMade Driving Relief match; Seminole Golf Club; and players wearing shorts on the PGA Tour
The Round Table debates the merits of upcoming exhibition matches; and if rakes should return to bunkers after the pandemic is over.
The Round Table responds to Adam Hadwin’s comments about safety precautions; and offers some great picks on where to play once courses open up.
This week the Round Table discusses a new golf experience without rakes, food service and washrooms; and the PGA Tour season re-start with less than stellar fields.
This week the Round Table opines on the PGA Tour’s decision to re-start the schedule in June without fans; and how viewing habits may change moving forward.
This week the Round Table weighs in with their favourite golf books and movies; and recounts what they did on Masters Sunday.
This week the Round Table gets to award an honourary Green Jacket; debates the third best Masters; ever and dishes on the value of a Tiger-Phil Re-Match.