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.
This week the panel delves into Phil’s age-defying performance, the merits of the Ocean Course as a major championship venue and the next best storyline.
Mickelson, 50, is a six-time U.S. Open runner-up, most in championship history, and has recorded ten top-10 finishes in 29 appearances.
This week the Round Table won’t be watching the Match III; ponders the relative obscurity of the latest South Korean sensation; and votes on the best emotional win of 2020.
This week the Round Table weighs in on Dustin Johnson’s career, the amazing win by Sophia Popov at the AIG Women’s Open and how will Phil Mickelson fare on the Champions Tour.
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 offers some suggestions for a round of fantasy golf; weighs in on another Justin Thomas win; and the weirdest rules snafu they’ve ever seen.
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.
Professional golf has periodically been dominated by trios of players that win most of the titles and capture media and fan attention. But there’s often a fourth player lurking just a step or two back.