This week the panel debates moving the RBC Canadian Open to the US, a post playing career for Tiger and tweaking the PGA Tour to add variety.
The 16-member PAC advises and consults with the PGA TOUR Policy Board (Board of Directors) and Commissioner Jay Monahan on issues affecting the TOUR.
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 was a very difficult decision, but the right one given the recent surge in COVID-19 cases,” said Bill Perocchi, Chief Executive Officer of Pebble Beach Company.
This week the Round Table discusses the PGA Tour / European Tour alliance; whether we should expect pro golfers to take a stand on world events; and the Shot of the Year.
The landmark agreement will see golf’s two major Tours explore all facets of collaboration, including collaborating on global media rights in certain territories.
This week the Round Table tackles betting on the PGA Tour, courses that make us watch tournaments and changes we’d like to see at Augusta National.
PGA TOUR members who played at least 10 official FedExCup events during the 2019-20 season were eligible to vote.
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.)