A Scheffler boost, a more ‘cutthroat’ Tour, and AK flashes in Hong Kong

Andy and Brendan record this from Portrush, where the driving on the wrong side of the road has improved … at least up until the point the car nearly went into the sea. Then they begin this episode with a Tosti Tale from the Puerto Rico Open, where there was a kerfuffle over where a ball might have crossed the hazard. Matteo Manassero is also given his flowers, per SGS custom. Then, at long last, they get to the No. 1 player in the world winning at Bay Hill. They discuss Scottie Scheffler’s putting improvements and outline why Bay Hill, while an abomination of a golf course, is perfect for his strengths. They also discuss the Wyndham Clark “cheating” / mashing uproar, Rory’s rollercoaster, and the rhetoric that the Tour needs to get more “cutthroat.” How would that work? LIV’s Hong Kong event is also covered with a focus on Anthony Kim’s impressive 65. Tiger not committing to The Players is covered in news. They have some thoughts on Brice Garnett, winner of the PR Open, and whether he is 4A or something else. Last but not least, they marvel at Hosung Choi making his Champions Tour debut at the Dump-in-a-Box Classic.