Steele finished at 14-under 273 for his third PGA Tour title. He’s 33 under in his past eight rounds at the event. Steele also won the 2011 Valero Texas Open.
On paper, the outcome is a foregone conclusion. Could there be an epic upset? Not likely, but it is match play and stranger things have happened. Besides, international team matches never disappoint.
This week the panel discusses another final round collapse by Graham DeLaet; ponders changes to the payout formula on the PGA Tour; and weighs in with the worst fashion faux pas ever.
The Canadian was just one back heading into the final round but couldn’t hang on for his first PGA Tour win.
This week the panel debates the value of the wild and crazy 16th hole at the Phoenix Open; ponders Graham DeLaet’s future; and discusses the possibility of Sergio Garcia ever winning a major.
DeLaet, Hearn, Sharp and Henderson to represent Canada in golf.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks has some words of advice and encouragement for Graham DeLaet since both are suffering from the ‘chip yips’.
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?
Charl Schwartzel came from five strokes on Sunday back to catch Bill Haas.