Day 2 at Oak Hill recap: Scottie's continues to get it done, Hovland's incredible play and bad fashion, Brooks and Bryson paired up tomorrow and a ton more. Guests Matt Every and Roger Steele join to discuss their day out at the 2023 PGA Championship.
We recap a fun opener at Oak Hill, including Bryson's unlikely resurgence, Rory's up and down day, Rahm's disaster, DJ, Oak Hill, Tom Kim's mud excursion, what KVV saw out of Bryson in person, Phil, and a ton more.
Major championship golf is back as the PGA Championship begins Thursday at Oak Hill. Soly joins the pod from on location in Rochester along with Tron, DJ and KVV to offer our thoughts on the setup and what type of player stands to benefit. We also get into the evolution of the PGA Championship, the pre-tournament favorites that we're buying and selling and some listener questions.
NLU Podcast, Episode 681: Byron Nelson Recap plus LIV Tulsa with Bunkie Perkins
For the first time in five years, Jason Day is a winner on the PGA Tour as he holds off a jam packed leaderboard in Dallas to win the Byron Nelson. We look back at Day's road back from the injuries and struggles that derailed his run as the top ranked player in the world and look at the rest of the week at TPC Craig Ranch.
Then we call upon friend of the program Bunkie Perkins for his report from the grounds of LIV Tulsa. Plus, Phil Mickelson's week on Twitter, our upcoming TV coverage partnerships at the PGA Championship and US Open, and a quick debrief on our trip to Italy for the Italian Open to check out Marco Simone ahead of the Ryder Cup.
NLU Podcast, Episode 680: LPGA Check-in with Randy and Cody
Randy and Cody are back for another LPGA pod as we recap the International Crown with our biggest takeaways from each team. Plus, our experience at the Wednesday pro-am with Maja Stark of Sweden and LPGA commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan, some thoughts on recent TV coverage of LPGA events, our clubhouse leaders for Player and Rookie of the Year and our picks for this week's Founders Cup. We close with Randy's look at the thirteen women who started the LPGA tour and for whom the Founders Cup is named.