Not only does Ko clinch the Leaders Top 10 competition with her fourth win of the season, but she also is projected to return to the No. 1 spot in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, surpassing American Nelly Korda.
This week the panel members weigh in on the upcoming Koepka – DeChambeau match, the hijacking of an LPGA major and pick one hole to play before they die.
It was her 14th consecutive round in the 60s dating to a 69 in the final round of the Evian Championship. That ties the mark Sorenstam set in the middle of her 10-win season in 2005.
The Round Table weighs in on Long Drive, finding a replacement for NBC analyst Jim “Bones” Mackay and what to make of an all-female broadcast crew.
“I said to [caddie and sister] Brit, ‘We finally played like us, and that feels really good.’ It was so fun to be back in contention,” said Henderson.
Major champions Yuka Saso and Danielle Kang both recorded 6-under 65s to finish in a tie for fourth at -14.
Canadian Notes: Brooke Henderson finished T38 at +3 while Alena Sharp posted a +12 to finish T74.
This week the panel weighs in on the Solheim Cup, debates making more tweaks to the Tour Championship and votes for Player of the Year on the PGA Tour.
“I’ve given it my absolute all this week,” said Maguire after her 5&4 victory over Jennifer Kupcho, a match that many expected to have a lot more fire.