The year's final major ends in dramatic fashion, Lee Westwood still has game, and how will Alex and Charlie Woods fare at the PNC Championship?
Co-hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell talk about the following:
> The U.S. Women's Open featured a wild Monday finish as A Lim Kim hoisted the trophy for the first time. Kim became the seventh player to come back from a five-stroke deficit, overcoming the likes of No. 1-ranked Jin Young Ko and first-round leader Amy Olson, who played through the death of her father-in-law on Saturday to still notch a second-place finish. [1:48]
> At the European Tour's Race to Dubai, Matthew Fitzpatrick won the finale and fellow Englishman Lee Westwood was proclaimed Europe's No. 1. [6:50]
> Music from Bleachers and Taylor Swift dominate this week's Tuned In section, as the guys listen to new tracks from both artists. [14:20]
> This week's guest is Canadian chef Roger Mooking, who talks about his journey to hosting multiple cooking shows, including Cooking Channel's "Man Fire Food." [17:36]
> Alex's college football bets continue to crumble as bowl season approaches. [43:58]
> The success of Alex and Michael's favorite pro teams comes to a screeching halt. [45:36].
> #AlwaysEndWithFood: Christmas dinner plans take center stage, as well as Michael's extravagant seven-layer cookies from the weekend. [48:33]