Scheffler freed, Massacres at U.S. Women’s Open, and Nelly discourse

This May featured a first of the month recording AND a last of the month recording. What a blessing! As such, Andy and Brendan are giddy heading into the weekend. They begin with some questions about graduation over-saturation and airline travel complaint ove-saturation. Then they get to some of the great scorecard disasters at the U.S. Women’s Open, and what it says about conditioning and setup, a championship course, and the elite players who visit them. They ponder the Lancaster philosophy of conditioning and renovation, and lament the loss of Nelly Korda as a real contender after she fell victim to a 12th hole that caused backups and big numbers all day. They also discuss the Nelly discourse about how she needs to be doing more for women’s golf outside of her play. They discuss the news of all charges against Scottie Scheffler being dropped in Louisville and the completely avoidable circus. A late entry for event of the week is made. The Auburn Tigers are congratulated for their NCAA win. And then they close it out with an SGS Golf Advice email on a shocking tattoo reveal from a league partner.