The Round Table piles on the superlatives for Morikawa’s debut major victory; plus kudos to TPC Harding Park; and the greatest ever major championship shots.
This week the Round Table discusses the 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park; a major without fans; and who should replace Davis Love III at CBS.
The tournament was scheduled to be played at Harding Park in San Francisco.
The Round Table ponders Tiger’s chances at Bethpage; moving the PGA Championship to May; and who will claim the Wanamaker Trophy.
Did Jason Day make the worst decision ever in a Major? The panel debates that plus Justin Thomas for POY and Quail Hollow as a PGA Championship venue.
Canadian Graham DeLaet recorded his first top 10 in a major.
The PGA Championship began over a century ago as an event for the world’s best professional golfers, at a time when amateur golf was all the rage.
This week the panel discusses the compressed PGA Tour schedule; debates which player most needs a Major; and picks the winner of the PGA Championship.
This week the panel weighs in on the future of the RBC Canadian Open after Glen Abbey; judges the 2017 version; and discusses whether Rory McIlroy or Jordan Spieth will complete their personal Grand Slams.