This week the Round Table discusses Tony Finau’s struggles to win again; Ernie Els prescription for the distance debate; and the PGA Tour’s re-start in the age of coronavirus.
Professional golf has periodically been dominated by trios of players that win most of the titles and capture media and fan attention. But there’s often a fourth player lurking just a step or two back.
The Big Easy tops the list of players that Fairways columnist Jim Deeks would like to speak to – not so much about his playing career – more about his humanitarian and charitable achievements.
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.
Performance coach Tim O’Connor comments on how different players coped with the pressure of playing in the season’s first major.
Golf performance coach Tim O’Conner has an excellent take on how Ernie Els was able to overcome the six-putt he made on the opening hole at The Masters.