This week the Round Table ponders whether the Korda sisters are the hope for an American revival on the LPGA; and if there’s another player with Tiger’s game and swagger.
This week the Round Table looks at two golf related incidents involving Donald Trump; and examines Mike Whan’s legacy at the LPGA and future replacements.
One of the hardest jobs of a leader is to know when their work is done.
The Round Table weighs in on A Lim Kim’s Cinderella finish at the US Women’s Open, mud balls, Charlie Woods and lessons learned from the pandemic.
This week the Round Table weighs in on Sergio Garcia’s latest victory; the LPGA’s upcoming KPMG PGA Championship; and the weirdest golf tip that actually worked.
This week the Round Table discusses why the LPGA doesn’t get enough respect; a new US Open rota; and who will win the US Open at Winged Foot.
The win is listed as the 23rd victory of DJ’s career, but in reality, Xander Schauffele shot a lower score over four days than Johnson. (So did Scottie Scheffler.)
This week the Round Table is all in against LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan; has mixed reviews of the Tour Championship; and is split on CBS vs NBC.
The 2020 event was originally set for August 31-September 6 at Shaughnessy Golf Club in Vancouver and will use the same venue in 2021.