6/28: On this episode, the Champions circuit hosts their U.S. Open, and we help you pick the right distance measuring device for your game. We'll also visit a unique education-based golf academy that's bringing the game to unlikely participants.
My proposal: The best minds at the major golf associations working with the top ball manufacturers to produce a ball that would be used only in the majors. The basic goal can be easily stated: it maxes out at about 300 yards.
Jon Rahm's success raises the question of whether young players who receive sponsor exemptions fresh out of college owe it to the tournaments to return the favor by playing after they have established themselves.
Andy Dillard is a 55-year-old salesman in the oil industry, bouncing between offices and oil rigs all day long. Back in 1992, he was a broke professional golfer setting a likely-unbreakable record in the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
The Dave Pelz you see in 2017 isn't all too different from the one you would have seen at Indiana University in 1957. However, his ascension to coaching Phil Mickelson begins in the early 1960s at NASA.
Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck sat down with five-time major winner Phil Mickelson ahead of the CareerBuilder Challenge. Lefty dishes on Tiger Woods, the Ryder Cup, those famed money matches and more.
6/8: On this episode, we head to Wisconsin to preview the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills. We visit the course, catch up with two-time U.S. Open champ Andy North, try our hand at trivia, and revisit the rules controversy from 2016.
The USGA's Thomas Pagel joins Ryan Asselta to talk about the introduction of a local rule that eliminates the penalty when a ball moves accidentally on a putting green, and explains the decision concerning Dustin Johnson at the 2016 U.S. Open.
Sports Illustrated's Michael Bamberger and Alan Shipnuck offer their thoughts on what's at stake for Erin Hills, the host of the 2017 U.S. Open, and what the USGA risks by bringing the championship there.
5/25: On this episode, we explore the throwback course design movement taking the golf world by storm, revisit Martin Kaymer's tricky rules situation at the '14 U.S. Open, and learn how golf is becoming more accessible for players of all abilities.