Without a PGA Tour event to discuss, Sean and Dylan share their best PGA Tour comps for NFL starting quarterbacks. Or their best quarterback comps for PGA Tour stars. Who is the Brooks Koepka of the NFL? Tune in to find out.
Captain Steve Stricker added six players to his American Ryder Cup team this morning, which means we've got six happy players, at least a dozen unhappy players, all kinds of potential pairings and two very happy podcast hosts breaking it all down.
Sunday's golf may have been the most exciting finish of a non-major in years. Patrick Cantlay is your champion, but does it change how we think of him? Bryson DeChambeau is your runner-up, but has he turned a corner? What does it all mean for Whistling Straits. We discuss it all.
After countless second-place finishes, Tony Finau has won again. It was a Monday finish on the PGA Tour so we bring you a Tuesday morning podcast that dives into Finau's win, Rahm's peak, Cam Smith's horrible tee shot, and finally an appreciation for Anna Nordqvist's impressive career.
We're here to tell you that Kevin Kisner, despite his win, is NOT a lock for the Ryder Cup. And that Adam Scott's missed playoff putt ... wasn't that surprising. And that the Women's British Open at Carnoustie will be the best golf you'll watch this week. Enjoy!
Xander Schauffele is your gold medalist at the men's Olympic golf competition, and the Drop Zone was all over it. We've spent plenty of time with Xander over the years, as well as his legendary father Stefan. This week, Sean was right there next to Stefan as his son won gold. We detail everything that went down last week at the Olympics.
Jon Rahm is out. Bryson DeChambeau is out. But co-host Sean Zak is IN Tokyo for the Olympics. We discuss everything you need to know about the course, about the event and what to expect from the men's competition this week. We also delve into what Dylan is watching from home, and how he'd like to fix Archery ... and the golf competition as well.
From Morikawa to McIlroy, with Mickelson and a bunch of others in between, we discuss the Open Championship and the gauntlet of seven majors in 11 months. We hand out letter grades for the 20 most relevant pros from Tyrrell Hatton's F to Collin Morikawa's A+. Also, Sean makes public two of his spiciest takes that he's been keeping private for months.
It's a BIG week in golf with the final men's major of the year. Sean and Dylan get you ready for the British Open, Open Championship, The Open, etc. Dylan also shares his stories from the ground at the American Century Celebrity Championship where he cozied up next to Charles Barkley, Patrick Mahomes and a bunch of others in Tahoe.
This was a weird week in golf. There's no other way to put it, really. Sean and Dylan recap that weirdness by diving into Phil Mickelson's oddball week in Detroit. We also look forward to who needs to be on Bryson DeChambeau's bag and what the British Open might feel like this year.
Sean and Dylan dive into two-horse race that was the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, the ridiculous playoff on the PGA Tour, Harris English's Ryder Cup chances and a special trip to Northern Michigan.
Sean and Dylan break down every storyline from Jon Rahm’s epic win at Torrey Pines, including reactions from on-site and the odds that Torrey could host the Open again in the future. We also play Good Week/Bad Week with everyone on the leaderboard.
Sean and Dylan get deep into what we should expect from Brooks Koepka, Mr. Major, and his foil, Bryson DeChambeau. We explain why Torrey Pines is good, but what we'd change about it to make it great. We also buy, sell and hold the stocks of the biggest names this week, and tell you which penny-stock players you should get your money involved with.
What an epic week at the PGA Championship. Dylan Dethier was on the grounds for the Drop Zone and fills you in on what it was like during the mob scene on the 18th hole. We break down everything the was significant about Mickelson’s win, what it means for golf history and what it means moving forward for everyone involved.
What should you expect at the PGA Championship this week? How will Kiawah play? The Drop Zone breaks it all down, from the ideal winning score to Rory McIlroy's chances to the PGA's place on the calendar to our own (questionable!) picks to win.
How big a deal was Rory McIlroy’s win? What do we make of golf's proposed ‘super leagues’? What was the best part of the Walker Cup at Seminole? And who should be the favorite heading the the PGA Championship? Sean Zak and Dylan Dethier break it all down on this week's episode of the Drop Zone.
What exactly is going on with Phil Mickelson? Should we congratulate Pine Valley for finally entering the modern world? What should we expect from Sam Burns moving forward? This week's Drop Zone dives into all of that, and reminds Tour players to stop reading their mentions. Never read the mentions.
Did the Zurich Classic teach us anything about the Ryder Cup? Did Brook Henderson's win teach us anything about the LPGA Tour's future? What did Tiger Woods reveal in his latest Instagram post? This week's Drop Zone breaks down the PGA Tour's controversial Player Impact Program plus the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic, the LPGA Tour's L.A. Open and everything in between.
This week's Drop Zone features an extended discussion on the runaway victories we saw on Tour last week. Lydia Ko by seven and Stewart Cink by 4. Big deal? HUGE deal. For both, really. But also, there's Billy Horschel and his anti-arm-lock take. Should it be banned? Should Si Woo Kim's putt have counted? We disagree a lot this week. Join us.
We've made it to Augusta! Sean Zak and Dylan Dethier recap Jordan Spieth's win at the Texas Open and discuss what it means for this coming week at the Masters. Spoiler: it means a lot. We discuss the favorites, tease some bits of an exclusive interview with Bryson DeChambeau and break down everything we can expect to happen this week at Augusta National.
Youthful guest James Colgan joins to discuss his first impressions of the club before the group puts a bow on the ANWA and ANA Inspiration.
We got more golf than we deserved this weekend, but we'll take it! Sean Zak and Dylan Dethier explain why DJ and Kevin Na were both sort of in the wrong, why the match play format shouldn't be changed, why Joel Dahmen's win felt so good and what to watch for in the women's game this week.
Who's golf's MVP? Rookie of the Year? Most Improved? Biggest Question Mark? Believe it or not, we're halfway through the PGA Tour season, and we're here to hand out some half-season awards. You'll be surprised what you've already forgotten from this season...
What did we learn about Justin Thomas on Sunday at the Players Championship? What does his win mean as we look towards the Masters? Sean Zak and Dylan Dethier break down everything from the week at TPC Sawgrass and dive into the current states of Lee Westwood, Bryson DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy and more.