The next team event will be the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in September 2021.
This week the Round Table weighs in on qualifying for the Ryder Cup in a short season and how to schedule the majors if and when the season re-starts.
This week the panel debates whether the FedEx Cup is finally working as intended; ponders only 3 Canadian courses being selected to the World Top 100; and comments on the upcoming Presidents Cup.
This week the panel discusses Adam Hadwin’s 59; debates the new selection rules for the European Ryder Cup team; and offers their thoughts on how Tiger Woods will perform this week at Torrey Pines.
This week the panel debates the value of a 59; discusses Jim Furyk as the next Ryder Cup captain; and weighs in on a course set up like Wailea that produced a birdie-fest.
Furyk was a unanimous choice by the Ryder Cup committee last month.
This week the panel picks their highlight story of the year; delivers a Christmas gift to someone in golf; and looks forward to what excites them most about golf in 2017.
This week the panel discusses the boisterous behaviour or American fans at the Ryder Cup; Patrick Reed as Team USA’s emotional leader; and where Europe went wrong.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks comments on the weekend hijinks at Hazeltine and sets the record straight on Arnold Palmer.