Michael Schurman reacts to the controversy surrounding Patrick Reed’s latest rules transgression and how future situations should be handled.
This week the Round Table weighs in on another Patrick Reed controversy, changes coming at CBS and in honour of Groundhog Day, something they could watch repeatedly.
This week the Round Table offers some thoughts on the life and career of Peter Alliss; ideas on the best current broadcasters; and nominees for 2020 Doofus of the Year.
The Round Table tackles Patrick Reed for cheating; Phil Mickelson for going to Saudia Arabia; and delivers predictions on the Presidents Cup.
This week the Round Table deals with slow play (again), Tiger’s playing future (again) and thanks to Patrick Reed, heels, clowns and bad guys on Tour.
Jim Deeks is no fan of Patrick Reed, particularly his brash, in-your-face style, but thinks winning the Masters may mellow him a bit.
On paper, the outcome is a foregone conclusion. Could there be an epic upset? Not likely, but it is match play and stranger things have happened. Besides, international team matches never disappoint.
This week the panel discusses Jason Day’s performance at the Nelson; the rotating cast of characters on top of the golf world; and the greatest golf villains of all time.
Dustin Johnson was just one back in his first event after missing 6 weeks due to a back injury.