The Round Table discusses a fan-free Masters; another idiotic Rules debacle; and the monumental greed displayed by the PGA Tour during the pandemic.
“Even in the current circumstances, staging the Masters without patrons is deeply disappointing,” said Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley.
A distance roll back for the golf ball isn’t realistic.
This week the panel weighs in on the future of the RBC Canadian Open after Glen Abbey; judges the 2017 version; and discusses whether Rory McIlroy or Jordan Spieth will complete their personal Grand Slams.
This week the panel discusses the remarkable duel over the final nine at Augusta; who has the most regrets about their Masters performance; and who’s the new sentimental favourite to win a major.
Thrilling back nine duel between Garcia and Justin Rose in one for the ages.
Well known Canadian PGA professional Kevin Mumford is currently living in Thailand and travelling Southeast Asia but took a break to blog about his Masters experiences.
This week the panel weighs in on the inane ruling that cost Lexi Thompson a major; the most compelling storyline from Augusta; their favourite hole at the Masters; and of course who will win.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks waxes nostalgically about the only time he attended The Masters, shortly after pimento was invented and dinosaurs still roamed the planet.