You may never hit it as far as the top PGA Tour pros but you can learn a lot from watching their swings and listening to the analysis.
It’s all US Open this week as the panel discusses the monstrous Erin Hills, looks for a sentimental favourite in the absence of Phil Mickelson and predicts a winner.
This week we asked the panel about the USGA Distance Study, the innovations that Keith Pelley is bringing to the European Tour and when everyone is playing their best, who is the best?
This week the panel debates the issue of bailing on the Olympics; elite players sharing their spring break secrets; and is it too early to hang the “superstar” tag on Brooke Henderson?
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks is incensed that Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen are choosing to skip the Olympics; but he’s intrigued with the new golf bike.
Citing family and scheduling issues, the South African joins Adam Scott of Australia and Vijay Singh of Fiji taking a pass on the Rio Games.
Australian cites busy playing schedule and other personal commitments as reason to pass on Olympic Golf competition.
The Round Table weighs in with their take on rookie Jim Herman, Tiger Woods missing in action and ultimately who dons the Green Jacket on Sunday night.
This week the Round Table is offered their first prop bet for this year’s Masters; plus can Graham DeLaet ever win: and who should replace Arnold Palmer to hit the ceremonial first tee shot at The Masters?