This week the Round Table offers some thoughts on the life and career of Peter Alliss; ideas on the best current broadcasters; and nominees for 2020 Doofus of the Year.
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.
This week the panel weighs in with their pick for most amazing hole out in a professional tournament; debates Jordan Spieth’s career vis a vis his peers; and discusses the PGA Tour’s new drug policy.
This week the panel discusses Phil Mickelson’s decision to skip the U.S. Open to attend his daughter’s graduation ceremony; and what’s next for Tiger Woods.
It was a wild ride for Dufner over four days with a big lead slipping away, followed by a remarkable comeback.
This week the panel analyzes Tiger Woods’ launch of his new TGR brand; discusses Tiger’s comment that he only has one regret in his lifetime; and looks at the 2016 inductees to the World Golf Hall of Fame.
This week the panel discusses the final selection for the U.S. Ryder Cup team; responds to Jack Nicklaus’ comment that the hype around the Ryder Cup is too much; and wonders if anyone is watching golf when the PGA Tour has a week off.
This week the panel ranks the Stenson – Mickelson duel at Royal Troon; discusses a player’s responsibility to help grow the game; and reacts to Rory’s club toss.
With the world’s best players arriving in top form, surely this would be a match for the ages. It didn’t turn out that way, which is unusual, because Augusta National usually scripts things to perfection.