Co-hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell discuss Harris English's year-opening win at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, along with the questionable language heard on the course, including from Justin Thomas.
Russell also wonders whether English can pull off the Aloha Swing sweep at this week's Sony Open to join the likes of Ernie Els and Thomas, who have pulled off the feat.
Away from golf, Lauzon focuses on the snowfall that blanketed Austin, Texas, while Russell discusses last week's coup attempt at the U.S. Capitol and how the fallout is impacting golf as the PGA and R&A distance themselves from President Donald Trump.
This week's guest, chef Michael Ponzio, talks about being the head chef at Medinah Country Club and having to make almost everything from scratch. They also talk about the Chicago dining scene.
Lauzon didn't make any money in college football this year, but he did break even. Meanwhile, the NFL turned to Nickelodeon to get fans back to the game during Wildcard Weekend.
And as the co-hosts #AlwaysEndWithFood, they share the secret to a successful diet.