This week the Round Table weighs in with what they liked about the 2020 Masters; Dustin Johnson as an underperformer; and other players that impressed or disappointed.
There were no fans and no drama as Johnson surged to a record 20-under par score and a five shot win.
This week the Round Table debates the distance advantage at Augusta National, an intriguing prop bet and who will win a green jacket on Sunday.
Elder was the first black player to be invited to play the Masters.
This week the Round Table also examines additions and subtractions at the 2020 Masters; and the latest Economic Impact Study for golf in Canada.
This week the Round Table tackles betting on the PGA Tour, courses that make us watch tournaments and changes we’d like to see at Augusta National.
This week the Round Table tackles more knocks against Bryson DeChambeau; ponders Masters favourites; and weighs in on the appropriateness of the hoodie.
The Round Table discusses a fan-free Masters; another idiotic Rules debacle; and the monumental greed displayed by the PGA Tour during the pandemic.
“Even in the current circumstances, staging the Masters without patrons is deeply disappointing,” said Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley.