This week the Round Table looks at two golf related incidents involving Donald Trump; and examines Mike Whan’s legacy at the LPGA and future replacements.
“It has become clear that conducting the PGA Championship at Trump Bedminster would put at risk the PGA’s ability to deliver our many programs and sustain the longevity of our mission,”
“The council sided with Trump International, They accepted the economic case over the environmental case.”
This week the Round Table weighs in on 71-year old Donald Trump’s 73 on a 6800 yard course in wet windy conditions; discusses re-instated amateurs playing in national championships; and who’s the best clutch putter of all time.
This week the panel pushes back at Johnny Miller; debates the wisdom of playing golf with Donald Trump; and discusses the merits of yet another pace of play initiative.
This week the panel debates why so many young players are winning on the PGA Tour; and whether the LPGA should protest the U.S. Open at a Trump owned course.
I’m not making any predictions – just offering some thoughts on things that could be changed to make the game better, make you a better golfer and give us all greater enjoyment.
According to PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem, the move has nothing to do with Donald Trump’s politics.
This week the Round Table discusses Sergio Garcia’s legacy; changing the 13th hole at Augusta; and if the PGA Tour should distance itself from Donald Trump.