Among the topics: Who is the best Oklahoma State golf alumnus, plus a look at the season's final major, the U.S. Women's Open
Viktor Hovland, an Oklahoma State alumnus, wins south of the border at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, prompting co-hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell to debate who's the best Cowboys golfer: Hovland, Matthew Wolff or Rickie Fowler? Meanwhile, after missing the cut, Brooks Koepka eases his pain with his supermodel girlfriend.
The LPGA experienced some wacky weather in north Texas at the Volunteers of America Classic, where past guest Cheyenne Knight attempted to defend her title. Also, Lauzon prompts Russell to do some Google searching for the European Tour's stop in Sun City, South Africa.
The PGA Tour season has ended, but some of the guys will be in Florida for the QBE Shootout. The real action stateside will be in Houston for the U.S. Women's Open, the final golf major championship of 2020.
In "Tuned In," Lauzon discusses a new CBS sitcom he's watching, and Russell shares some thoughts on "Holidate" after watching it for his other podcast, 3 Minute Movie Reviews.
This week's guest is Tracy West, the tournament director at the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship, who shares some insights into tournaments post-COVID and her role throughout the year.
The guys talk some football, including Lauzon's COVID-ravaged picks and Russell's streaking Giants.
Christmas meal planning is in the works as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, and Michael is planning on making an ambitious cookie.
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