The cancellation of qualifying for the US Open dramatically changes the tournament, which used to be hailed as the “most democratic”
To account for reduced daylight given the move to December, two courses will be used for the first two days of the tournament.
This week the panel comments on new changes to the Rules of Golf and discusses bringing back the anchored putting stroke.
This week the Round Table discusses the USGA’s return to classic courses for upcoming U.S. Opens, slow play shot clocks and who to be on Halloween.
Kyrinis becomes the first Canadian to win the U.S. Senior Amateur since Marlene Streit in 2003.
This week the panel discusses the thrilling finish at the Open Championship between Matt Kuchar and Jordan Spieth; the 13th hole debacle; and picks the winner of the RBC Canadian Open.
This week the panel looks at Jon Rahm’s rules infraction at the Irish Open, charges of cheating against players who look like they’re still using an anchored stroke; and former caddie Jim (Bones) Mackay’s debut as an announcer for NBC.
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.
Koepka becomes the seventh consecutive first time winner of a major.