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.
You may never hit it as far as the top PGA Tour pros but you can learn a lot from watching their swings and listening to the analysis.
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.
This week the panel takes a look at the Solheim Cup, ponders the mystery of Rory McIlroy and makes predictions on the FedEx Cup.
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.
It’s all US Open this week as the panel discusses the monstrous Erin Hills, looks for a sentimental favourite in the absence of Phil Mickelson and predicts a winner.