Nelly and Scottie dominance, Slow play angst, and Billy Boy the ‘Show Pony’

It’s a true Monday episode thanks to the PGA Tour’s refusal to move up Sunday tee times with storms forecasted, arriving, and then pushing the Heritage finish to Monday morning. They begin there, fresh off watching Scottie Scheffler move his way around a windy Harbour Town for a fourth win in five starts. They marvel at the achievement while also pondering which one of his peers may be feeling the most anxious about this run and the appearance of it not ending anytime soon. They also discuss some deluded Wyndham Clark comments on TV ratings and the mismanagement of the Monday finish. Then it’s over to the dominant LPGA player of the moment, Nelly Korda, who won her fifth straight start and second career major. They ponder whether this makes the Chevron a “true” major and what has been most impressive about the run, including overcoming a six-hour round alongside Brooke Henderson. They ask which run might be more impressive, a debate not really worth having. Then it’s on to the happy development in the DR, where Billy Horschel won the white shirt-jacket. They delight in this, and also check in on the results of the sponsor’s exemptions for Puntacana. Lastly, they close with the 15-year-old Miles Russell making the cut and finishing T20 on the KFT.