Course of Life Podcast

PGA Championship ... boom or bust?

Course of Life Podcast

> Everyone went low-low-low at the AT&T Byron Nelson — even with a rain-soaked Sunday finish — and the PGA Tour had its fifth new winner of the season in K.H. Lee.

> And in the NCAA women's regional in Baton Rouge, La., rain meant the course was "playable," but not in "championship condition." That led to the cancellation of the regional without a single shot. Hosts Michael Russell and Alex Lauzon discuss the horrendous treatment of the female collegiate golfers.

> The feel-good story of the week came from the European Tour, where Richard Bland finally broke through with a victory in his 478th start.

> This week, all eyes will be on Kiawah Island's Ocean Course and the PGA Championship. Long holes, high winds and historic results add to the many storylines for the men's season's second major championshiop. Russell and Lauzon break it down and share their picks for the week.

> In "Tuned In," Lauzon shows his age by watching the "MTV Movie & TV Awards" and not knowing a single film, while Russell tunes in to a show about nature in the marshes of the Georgia coast.

> This week's guest is Elizabeth Diane Martin, host of the "American Veteran Show." In her second appearance on the podcast, Martin shares why there's snow in Colorado, and what it was like to play at Riviera Country Club in California.

> #AlwaysEndWithFood features stories about food shortages and homemade hamburger buns. Russell and Lauzon also share a new announcement.

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