It was a loaded field, a loaded leaderboard, and a low result at Sherwood Country Club for the Zozo Championship, as Patrick Cantlay swooped in on Sunday for a victory. Rory McIlroy wore a hoodie, and the debate about golf attire rages onward. So what does this weekend's tournament mean for the Masters in three weeks, including the likes of Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods?
Fans are back in limited numbers on the PGA Tour starting this week, which seems to make Mickelson a little hesitant to commit to playing next week in Houston. In Bermuda, a weak field leaves room for a new winner, and co-host Alex Lauzon shares his podcast exclusive pick.
In "Tuned In," Michael Russell gets in touch with his emotional side, and Lauzon starts dancing. But in "Pop Politics," friend of the podcast Anthony Boutros joins in to discuss next week's general election and the key states to be watching.
This week's guest is an up-and-coming singer, songwriter and composer from Salt Lake City: Jermain.
Lauzon's college football picks were off again last week, and his bad weekend continued with the Patriots' ship sinking, and Tom Brady's new team sailing easily. And college basketball is looking into a bubble at Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut.
Halloween is around the corner, and the co-hosts share their Halloween plans, as we #AlwaysEndWithFood.
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