This week the panel weighs in on Rory McIlroy as one of the all time greats, the fate of the RBC Canadian Open and personal heroics that led to a special victory.
“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.”
This week the panel discusses Rory’s final round strategy and missed opportunity; whether it’s time for Tiger to call it quits; and if it’s time for LIV Golf and the PGA Tour to reach a compromise.
This week the panel ponders a bias against Canadians on golf telecasts, a Saturday finish for the PGA Tour and how much competitive integrity there is when appearance fees are paid.
This week the panel debates the optional new rule to limit club length, comments onRickie Fowler’s resurgence and future potential and who’s the best in the world.
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.
The Round Table weighs in with their take on the TaylorMade Driving Relief match; Seminole Golf Club; and players wearing shorts on the PGA Tour
The Round Table debates whether PGA Tour players should boycott the tournament in Saudi Arabia; and can Bryson DeChambeau reach iconic status.
This week the panel discusses Ted Potter’s win at Pebble Beach; whether the event has lost its lustre; and what to make of Rory McIlroy missing the cut.