Co-hosts Bob Bubka and Jay Randolph Jr. applaud the worst-kept secret in golf: the Ryder Cup reportedly won’t be played this year because of the coronavirus pandemic
Co-hosts Bob Bubka and Jay Randolph Jr. discuss reports from Europe regarding the worst-kept secret in golf: postponement of the Ryder Cup. Because of coronavirus concerns, the biennial series would have to be played without fans. “This is the one event that needs it,” said Randolph, adding of the anticipated push into 2021: “I think that’s OK.” Bubka and Randolph also discuss the debate about the name of the Masters Tournament and the U.S. Open’s return to NBC as Fox bails out of its contract. Also, the PGA Tour acknowledges that positive COVID-19 tests are inevitable, and the hosts examine Dustin Johnson’s 21st career victory, at the Travelers Championship.
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