This week the panel contemplates the return of Tiger Woods, debates a loophole on the European Tour, and picks their favourite highlight from 2021.
“It’s an honor to be the first American to do that, to put my name against many, many greats and Hall of Famers,” Morikawa said. “It’s special. I get touched up just talking about that.
“The DP World Tour is, therefore, a natural evolution of our decade-long partnership, and the presence of ‘World’ in our new title better reflects our global reach.”
“Renton’s knowledge, insight, wit and wonderfully distinctive voice made him an immensely popular figure in golf and sport in general,” said R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers.
This week the Round Table discusses the PGA Tour / European Tour alliance; whether we should expect pro golfers to take a stand on world events; and the Shot of the Year.
The landmark agreement will see golf’s two major Tours explore all facets of collaboration, including collaborating on global media rights in certain territories.
The first tournament in the ‘UK Swing’ is the Betfred British Masters hosted by Lee Westwood, which will be played from Wednesday July 22 to Saturday July 25.
This week the panel discusses Lexi Thompson’s crucial missed putt; alternate formats for the European Tour; and Brandel Chamblee’s comments about Tiger.
The latest version has teams from England, France and South Africa trying to get into the Guinness Book of World Records.