> Co-hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell relish their first correct pick on the PGA Tour this year after Jordan Spieth returned to the winner's circle at the Valero Texas Open. Past CoL guest Fredrik Lindblom had reason to celebrate last week as he won conditional status on the Canadian Tour after a great weekend at Q-School. And in California, rookie Patty Tavatanakit roared her way into the LPGA scene with a commanding wire-to-wire victory at the year's first major, the ANA Inspiration.
> Back in Georgia, Augusta National hosted the ANWA, which was won by Japan's Tsubasa Kajitani in a playoff. But Russell asks the question: Why isn't the LPGA playing at Augusta?
> Lauzon and Russell turn their attention toward the Masters, where Dustin Johnson looks to defend, Spieth continues his return to form, Rory McIlroy hopes to finish his career Grand Slam, and Jon Rahm wants to win a jacket for his newborn baby. Also, Lauzon and Russell throw out some sleepers worth watching.
> In "Tuned In," Lauzon got a little more out of awards season with the SAG awards, and Russell is turning back the clock with a classic NBC show.
> This week's guest is former PGA Tour pro Richard Lee, who talks about his incredible story of earning Tour status, what it's now like to teach golfers in Arizona, and what it was like to play with Tiger Woods on a Sunday.
> Baseball season gets underway with snow, COVID-19 and poor starts for Russell's and Lauzon's favorite teams. Meanwhile, March Madness continued to destroy what was left of everyone's bracket.
> #AlwaysEndWithFood focuses on Dustin Johnson's controversial Champions Dinner.