Tiger Woods finished 18th in the 20-man field but the week wasn’t a total loss as he finished 72 holes for only the third time in the last two years after numerous surgeries to his injured ankle.
This week the Round Table weighs in on how the PIP is polarizing the PGA Tour; what should we expect from Tiger Woods at the Hero; and what’s the most compelling golf story of 2024.
This week the Round Table tackles the birdiefest at El Cardonal, the brilliant finishing kick from Erik van Rooyen and more news from TGL.
This week the panel weighs in on Tiger Woods’ appointment to the PGA Tour Policy Board, the FedEx Cup playoffs and Justin Thomas as a potential Ryder Cup pick.
Monahan said Woods is joining as a sixth player director on the board, marking the first time players have outnumbered independent directors on the board.
This week the panel ponders what Tiger’s former caddie Joe LaCava can do for Patrick Cantlay, the future of the European Ryder Cup team and which local course is on this summer’s agenda.
This week the panel debates the merits of the Zurich team event; making the Chevron Championship an instant major; and is this the end for Tiger Woods?
“He still has the power, the swing speed, the shots and the length to contend,” caddie Joe LaCava said. “The injury is devastating, but if he could take a cart he could contend tomorrow.”
This week the Round Table looks at the new Netflix series Full Swing, discusses next steps for LIV Golf and wanders into forbidden territory with predictions on Tiger’s demise.