A radical PGA idea, Keegan’s “home game,” and Rory’s critique of course setup
This Monday episode begins with some internal confusion about upcoming Fried Egg events and Pro Shop merch. Then Brendan and Andy get on with reactions to the Women’s PGA at Baltusrol, which fizzled somewhat on the par-5s closing stretch, save for one clinching birdie from Ruoning Yin. They discuss Rose Zhang’s push as well before a radical idea is proposed and debated for the PGA. After an audio mishap during the ad read, and an incorrect URL, they get on to the Travelers Championship won by the home-region kid, Keegan Bradley. They discuss Bradley’s career and what this win, if anything, does for his Ryder Cup chances. There is also further intel on Zac Blair’s prep before his big T2 finish, and some reaction to Rory McIlroy’s quotes popping the setup and birdie-fest of TPC River Highlands in contrast to LACC. Paddy’s win on the Champs Tour has them proposing a wild card Ryder Cup pick. There’s a short segment on some of the big amateur winners before news closes it out with aerials coming out of Panther National.