Course of Life Podcast

A Lim Kim's 1st win is of major variety

Course of Life Podcast

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]

> Matt Kuchar and Harris English sailed to their third QBE Shootout victory, the small team event that also featured Kevin Na's walking in putts like a mad man. [5:08]

> 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]

> PNC Championship takes center stage as Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson and more play in the parent-child tournament. [8:59]

> 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]

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