Collin Morikawa, 24, won the WGC Workday Championship in Tiger Woods-like fashion on a day when many professionals paid honor to Woods, who days earlier was severely injured in a horrific car accident, by wearing red shirts.
There was also Annika Sörenstam's return to the LPGA, Branden Grace's emotional win at the Puerto Rican Open, past guest Joseph Winslow's big victory and, as co-host Alex Lauzon said last week, Happy Gilmore is coming back.
This week, the PGA Tour heads to Bay Hill for the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and Lauzon and Michael Russell share some early picks with another star-studded field.
In "Tuned In," Lauzon is watching the new "Montanabama Shore" on MTV, while Russell watched a train wreck of an evening for the Golden Globes.
This week's guest is Korn Ferry Tour pro Austen Truslow, who shares with Lauzon his journey to being in the top 50 on the PGA Tour's top developmental circuit, chipping one-handed, and what it was like to dunk a hole-in-one in Puerto Rico.
It's getting closer and closer to the start of March Madness, and it's time to join our bracket pool. Click here to join. And don't forget to send Lauzon $5 (Venmo: alexl9187 or send us a DM).
As Lauzon and Russell #AlwaysEndWithFood, it's all about cereal, a food that has been blowing up in the COVID-19 world.
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