Playoffs are almost always exciting and since 2007, the FedEx Cup hasn’t disappointed. It’s always tough to pick ten highlights from a litany of shots and results by the best players in the world but here are ten that should be memorable.
No Canadians are currently ranked high enough to make the team.
This week the panel debates the value of a 59; discusses Jim Furyk as the next Ryder Cup captain; and weighs in on a course set up like Wailea that produced a birdie-fest.
Furyk was a unanimous choice by the Ryder Cup committee last month.
This week the panel discusses leaders on the PGA Tour: Dustin Johnson as POY; Davis Love as captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup team; and Tiger Woods on returning to play.
This week the panel debates the implications of a resurgent Rory McIlroy; ponders the weak selections available to Davis Love; and isn’t convinced the USGA can change the Rules of Golf.
This week the panel discusses Jim Furyk’s record 58; Nike getting out of the golf equipment business; and what might salvage golf in the Olympics beyond Tokyo.
Knox nicknamed himself “The Beast”.
Furyk’s round of 12-under 58 included 1 eagle and 10 birdies.