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.
This week the panel debates Bernhard Langer as the Best Senior Player ever; discusses various storylines from the Dean & DeLuca Invitational; and weighs in on Steve Stricker getting a special invitation to this year’s U.S. Open.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks just celebrated a birthday and is feeling particularly happy about a lot of things, not the least of which are golf related.
Women’s US Open ends in controversy as USGA bungles penalty assessment.
This week the panel debates the USGA’s actions at the U.S. Open on Sunday; changing the Rules of Golf; and how did Oakmont fare as a a U.S. Open host course?
The USGA wants a mulligan for the way it handled the rules controversy at Oakmont.
Mental performance coach Tim O’Connor says Dustin Johnson did the only thing he could to win, which was to stay focused on the things he could control.