It was a crazy weekend at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, as past "Course of Life" guest Nate Lashley tip-toed around the lead and hot-handed Jordan Spieth held the lead for a while, until co-host Alex Lauzon's pick Daniel Berger closed out the win.
The PGA of America announced that rangefinders will be allowed at the PGA Championship, and Lauzon and Michael Russell are a little wary of this idea. Plus, the Monday qualifiers return to full force as the Korn Ferry Tour season gets started.
In "Tuned In," Lauzon comes away unimpressed after watching the Britney Spears documentary. Meanwhile, Russell is listening to the new Hayley Williams solo album, "Petals for Armor."
Food Network's Spring Baking Championship is starting up again at 9 p.m. ET Feb. 22, and host Ali Khan rejoins Lauzon to talk about life during COVID and everything else.
With the NFL season officially over, attention turns to college basketball and March Madness being right around the corner.
Valentine's Day was Sunday, and as Lauzon and Russell #AlwaysEndWithFood, they share what they made for their significant others, and Russell offers cooking tips for steak.