The Round Table debates the success of the Signature Events, Charlie Woods attempting to qualify for a PGA Tour event and Anthony Kim’s comeback in Saudi Arabia.
This week the Round Table debates the Rule that got Jordan Spieth disqualified; ponders Tiger Woods role in golf at age 48, and reacts to Mackenzie Hughes comments.
This week the panel weighs in on Nick Taylor’s exciting victory, boisterous out of control fans at the Phoenix Open and the PGA Tour using equity to retain players.
This week the panel weighs in on the deal with Strategic Sports Group, the new format at Pebble Beach, and which of the iconic par-3 holes we see on TV, they’d most like to play.
This week the panel discusses what an AK comeback might mean; the upside for Amex winner and new pro Nick Dunlap; and the upcoming re-formatted Match.
This week the panel weighs in on Nick Dunlap’s impending decision, Brandel Chamblee’s performance as a play-by-play analyst and the right time for past Champions to call it quits at The Masters.
This week the panel rates the outgoing DP World Tour Commissioner’s record, comments on a shocking performance by a sponsor’s invite and ponders the split between Nike and Tiger.
This week the panel weighs in on different POY results from the players vs the golf writers; provides their take on a revamped Sentry; and makes early predictions on who will win major hardware this year.
This week the panel debates Tiger winning again, any possible scenario for LIV Golf and the PGA Tour to co-exist and the story they most look forward to in 2024.