This week the panel discusses Collin Morikawa’s win at the Open Championship, Royal St. George’s and have we had enough of Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau.
“It’s so hard to look back at the two short years that I have been a pro and see what I’ve done because I want more,” he said. “I enjoy these moments and I love it, and I want to teach myself to embrace it a little more.”
This week the panel debates who most needs a major to cap his career or cement his legacy; and who’s most likely to win the Claret Jug on Sunday.
This week the panel discusses Phil’s latest media stumble, finding a new caddie for Bryson DeChambeau and which top player will get his first major next.
These fans will play a huge role in creating a very special atmosphere as the world’s best players compete for the Claret Jug and we look forward to welcoming them to Royal St George’s.
This week the Round Table weighs in on steroid testing and disclosure on the PGA Tour; and debates the best Open Championship ever.
Three of four majors are still on the schedule along with the Ryder Cup in a weird, shortened schedule.
The other major championships are also in limbo with the Masters and PGA Championship postponed and the US Open still awaiting a decision.
Statement by the R&A about the Open Championship and AIG Women’s British Open scheduled for this summer.