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.
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 debates the value of Pro-Ams on the PGA Tour, Mike Whan heading up the USGA and one course to play for the rest of your life.
“We understand and value how important amateur status is for the millions of golfers at every age and skill level who enjoy competitive events at their home courses.”
His transition follows an impressive 11 years at the helm of the LPGA, during which the organization experienced historic growth in virtually every aspect of the business.
This week the Round Table comments on a sizzling performance by Jordan Spieth at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and weighs in on the latest distance debate.
Research topics include potential Local Rule and review of club and ball specifications to help mitigate continuing distance increases
Industry-wide collaboration prioritizes the game’s environmental and economic sustainability