This week the panel weighs in on the PGA Tour’s opposition to a golf ball rollback, Jay Monahan’s pitch to save his job, and the LPGA assessing a real slow play penalty.
The USGA and The R&A have unveiled a regular update to the Rules of Golf as they continue to make the Rules easier to understand and apply. The new Rules will go into effect on January 1, 2023.
In case you guys on the Round Table weren’t aware of this, here’s a ruling that proves once again, THE RULES ARE RIDICULOUS. Penalties should be assessed for cheating, not for folly.
This week the panel weighs in on Luke Donald as a Ryder Cup captain; controversial comments by players; and rules that we’d like to see changed.
The result is a set of Rules that removes many of the restrictions that previously applied to amateur golfers, while ensuring that the integrity of the game is protected.
“We understand and value how important amateur status is for the millions of golfers at every age and skill level who enjoy competitive events at their home courses.”
Michael Schurman reacts to the controversy surrounding Patrick Reed’s latest rules transgression and how future situations should be handled.
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.
The Round Table discusses a fan-free Masters; another idiotic Rules debacle; and the monumental greed displayed by the PGA Tour during the pandemic.