This week the Round Table debates Jon Rahm’s move to World #1, the Rules controversy that got him there and winners of the next seven majors.
The Spanish golfer makes a special appeal to younger people not to take the virus for granted because they’re otherwise .healthy
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 looks at Jon Rahm’s rules infraction at the Irish Open, charges of cheating against players who look like they’re still using an anchored stroke; and former caddie Jim (Bones) Mackay’s debut as an announcer for NBC.
As usual, Colonial was tough and failed to yield many opportunities for birdies
Dustin Johnson was just one back in his first event after missing 6 weeks due to a back injury.
This week the panel weighs in on the inane ruling that cost Lexi Thompson a major; the most compelling storyline from Augusta; their favourite hole at the Masters; and of course who will win.
This week the panel discusses what impressed them most about the WGC Dell Match Play; adding more match play events to the PGA Tour; and should the winner of PGA Tour opposite field events get an invitation to the Masters.
Jon Rahm came back from a 5-down deficit but couldn’t quite catch DJ at the end.