This week the panel dives into fixing the Presidents Cup, which players might shine for their respective teams at Quail Hollow and worst 72nd hole chokes in history.
Willett hit his 3-foot, 7-inch putt too hard. It grazed the lip and ran 4 feet, 8 inches by. Then he missed the comebacker, a shocking collapse that made Homa the winner again in Napa.
This week the panel weighs in on the player sniping at the BMW Championship, next moves by LIV Golf and if the Internationals have any chance in the Presidents Cup.
This week the panel delves into world ranking points and who should get them, whether the Majors should disinvite past champions that jumped to LIV Golf and pros wearing short.
This week the panel reacts to the latest moves by the PGA Tour, ponders what’s next for Keith Pelley and the DP World Tour; and rejects any plans to watch Tiger Woods’ Monday Night Golf.
“I believe in the game of golf. I believe in this tour, in particular. I believe in the players on this tour,” McIlroy said in the trophy presentation. “It’s the greatest place in the world to play golf, bar none, and I’ve played all over.”
The new schedule will see a number of “elevated must-play” events for top players and some that will struggle to attract any of the big names. The RBC Canadian Open falls in the latter category.
This week the panel makes it’s annual deep dive into a better format for the Tour Championship, finding a reason for LIV Golf and remembering Tom Weiskopf.
Canadian Corey Conners shot a final round 69 (T5) which puts him in 24th place heading to the Tour Championship at East Lake.