Our friend Matt Castonguay is back on the podcast after a long hiatus, this time to tell us all about his newest endeavor: writer for RazzBall.com.
Matt tells us what he's been up to since we last spoke, including the status of his golf game and what it's like writing for a fantasy sports outlet. We also dive into Kevin Chappell's first PGA Tour win at the 2017 Valero Texas Open.
Follow Matt Castonguay on Twitter at @MCastonguay27.
PGA TOUR player Will Wilcox joins the show tonight, We talk about life on TOUR, what is was like getting a last-second call to get into this week's tournament, and get Will's take on the recent ball-marking rules controversy.
Dan Hauser is back to help me dissect the Lexi Thompson penalty at the LPGA's ANA Inspiration a couple weeks ago and whether viewer call-in's are bad for the game.
Dan and I look at both sides of the issue, including the claims made by Phil Mickelson and others that cheating may be occurring on Tour more than we think. Should there be a different set of rules for pros vs amateurs?
Follow Dan on Twitter at @DanHauser.
Today on the podcast I welcome back "The Old Lady," Kristen, to the show to recap one of the more exciting major tournaments in recent memory: the 2017 Masters.
Kristen -- who moonlights as my wife -- offers takes that only she can provide on everything from Sergio Garcia being a cry-baby to Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler not playing up to their caliber. We also briefly touch on Twitter's Secret Tour Pro and what she thinks about running an anonymous social media account.
Follow Kristen on Twitter at @anast24.