This week the panel ponders next moves by the PGA Tour and LIV Golf in light of the latest defections; and delivers a report card on Nick Faldo’s 16 years in the CBS tower.
Faldo, who turns 65 in July, added that he plans to focus on other opportunities and partnerships now, including his Faldo Design business, the Faldo Series amateur golf tour and his new whisky label.
This week the Round Table comments on the Champions Tour Schwab Cup fiasco; Rickie Fowler as an underachiever; and makes their selections for the 2017 All Star Golf Announcers Team.
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 debates whether TPC Sawgrass is set up too hard for the Players Championship; was Brandel Chamblee correct to criticize Ian Poulter; and are some golf analysts boring as Greg Norman suggests.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks waxes nostalgically about the only time he attended The Masters, shortly after pimento was invented and dinosaurs still roamed the planet.
Physically and emotionally drained after the debacle at Augusta, Fairways columnist Jim Deeks shares his unique perspective on the 80th Masters.
Hall of Famer used Mizuno irons for majority of 40 PGA Tour victories
Pictured above: Keith Pelley, CEO European Tour Each week we ask our panel of writers, PGA members and golf industry experts to weigh in with their views on the hot topics of the day. Rory McIlroy won the European Tour’s final event and the Race to Dubai but he needed an assist from Tour chief […]