Tiger returns to bring more player control to PGA Tour, Wyndham woes, and Rahm comments
It’s the final week of the regular season, and what better way to cap off this year of discontent than yet another shake-up at the PGA Tour. This time, it comes in the form of the players pushing back on the middle-of-the-night dealing that three suits conducted to change the future of their tour. Tiger Woods will be getting a newly created board seat that will give more power to the players on that board than the independent directors. Andy and Brendan discuss the details of these changes, what it means for Jay Monahan, the Framework Agreement, and how it’s all starting to get a little exhausting. Schedule for the week checks in on the Wyndham Championship, where Wyndham Clark is a no-show along with the rest of the Comcast Top 10. News hits on some Jon Rahm comments that it is a criminal a top 150 Tour player can lose money in a year, with a quick exercise running through some of the money lists to check on that claim.