This week the Round Table picks the player kicking himself the hardest after the U.S. Open, debates Torrey Pines as a U.S. Open test and green reading books.
The 26-year-old Rahm became the first Spaniard to win the U.S. Open, finally getting the major prize to go along with his enormous talent.
This week the panel is obsessed with U.S. Open storylines, winners, sleeper picks and does Phil even have a remote chance of notching the major he wants most.
Tin Cup wasn’t a true story but if there’s a real version of Roy McAvoy in the field, a true underdog that’s in contention on Sunday, I’m with him.
Mickelson, 50, is a six-time U.S. Open runner-up, most in championship history, and has recorded ten top-10 finishes in 29 appearances.
Qualifying was scheduled to take place at Cherry Hill GC, TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley and Rattlesnake Point
This week the panel assesses the 117th US Open, Erin Hills as an Open course, the TV coverage provided by Fox Sports; and Brook Henderson’s emergence as an elite player on the LPGA.
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.
This week the panel discusses Phil Mickelson’s decision to skip the U.S. Open to attend his daughter’s graduation ceremony; and what’s next for Tiger Woods.