The First Cut with Kyle Porter

CBS Sports senior golf writer Kyle Porter and host Chip Patterson take you inside the ropes of the golf world, on the PGA Tour and beyond. Tournament previews and picks, deep dives into the players and storylines that matter and guests from around the sport keep you up to date on the latest in the golf on the First Cut Podcast.

The First Cut with Kyle Porter

CBS Sports senior golf writer Kyle Porter and host Chip Patterson take you inside the ropes of the golf world, on the PGA Tour and beyond. Tournament previews and picks, deep dives into the players and storylines that matter and guests from around the sport keep you up to date on the latest in the golf on the First Cut Podcast.

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  • The American Express - DFS, Picks and Wagers (1/14)

    The First Cut crew is back and they’re here to breakdown everything you need to know for the 2020 American Express. First we start off by breaking down last week’s action (2:15). Rick Gehman and Greg Ducharme bring you a comprehensive breakdown of the courses this week and the key stats you players need to succeed in La Quinta (5:35). The gang gives you advice for DFS and betting this week including how to handicap 54-hole events and pro-ams (13:10). On the other side of the break, Rick and Greg go through players you should target and fade on Draftkings. Finally the gang wraps up with their betting cards for the week (43:10).



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Episodes of This Show

  • Looking Ahead to The American Express and Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (1/13)

    The PGA Tour is back from Hawaii and has landed in La Quinta, CA for The American Express. Phil Mickelson is hosting the former ‘Bob Hope Classic’ at PGA West. Two rounds will be played on Pete Dye’s Stadium Course, Kyle and Mark take a moment to reflect on his legacy in the game (4:10). Mark and Kyle are also here to breakdown the field and give their picks on who they think will succeed in the California Desert (9:05). The PGA Tour isn’t the only golf action this week. Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Cantlay, Shane Lowry, Tommy Fleetwood, Viktor Hovland and many other European Tour stars are in the Middle East for the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (22:52). Kyle and Mark fill you in on what you need to know for this year’s first case of must watch ‘coffee golf’.?

  • Sony Open: Cameron Smith grinds out playoff win over Brendan Steele (1/13)

    The First Cut is back and we’re recapping the wild final round of the 2020 Sony Open where Cameron Smith defeated Brendan Steele after just a single playoff hole. Cameron Smith wasn’t totally off the radar entering the week, what can we expect from the young Aussie moving forward this season (11:10)? What does the gang think about Brendan Steele’s line of sight relief on the final hole of regulation (13:20) and what else went wrong for him on Sunday (20:00). You also know it wouldn't an episode of The First Cut if Kyle didn't make a case for Webb Simpson to be in the World Golf Hall of Fame (35:00). Finally, the guys tackle the news that the PGA Tour will move the AT&T Byron Nelson from Trinity Forest to a location to be determined starting in 2021 (48:13).

  • Sony Open Weekend Preview: Morikawa stalking jam-packed leaderboard (1/10)

    It’s a jam-packed leaderboard in Honolulu, Rick Gehman and Greg Ducharme breakdown who they think will emerge from the pack and take home the big bucks in Hawaii (1:30). We get to know Brendan Steele and Cameron Davis, the two players currently atop of the leaderboard. Collin Morikawa’s overnight lead was erased before he even teed off on Friday, Rick and Greg talk what’s next for the betting favorite heading into the weekend (14:00). Last week’s winner and runner-up, Justin Thomas and Patrick Reed, didn’t even make the cut, how will they bounce back once they return to the mainland (20:00)? The First Cut crew also breaks down Patrick Reed’s recent reported legal actions against Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee, can we expect this kind of controversy to follow him all season (28:00)? Finally Rick and Greg reflect on the legacy of legendary golf architect Pete Dye (34:00).

    Stay tuned to the First Cut on Sunday where we’ll breakdown the full results from the Sony Open.

  • Emergency Podcast: Tiger Woods commits to Farmers Insurance Open and Genesis Invitational (1/9)

    Greg Ducharme is joined by Mark Immelman to breakdown Tiger’s announcement that he will play in the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open and Genesis Invitational. What can we expect from Big Cat at Torrey Pines? It’s not a shock that he’ll play in the Genesis Invitational, a tournament he is hosting. Is 2020 the year where Tiger finally notches his first career win at Riviera? We also lookahead to where else we think Tiger might play this year as he tries to make the ultra-limited field at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

  • DFS Advice and Picks to Win the Sony Open (1/7)

    The First Cut is back to break down the 2020 Sony Open at Waialae CC in Honolulu, Hawaii. Rick Gehman and Greg Ducharme go through the key stats to know along with an early weather report for the week (2:50). The crew takes a stroll down the Draftkings pricing list to give you advice on you you should play and who should fade this week (12:00). The gang has plays and fades for every range of the Draftkings pool from the top-tier to the $6k+ priced players. Greg and Rick also run through their favorite picks and bets for this week along with one-and-done plays (42:20).

    Is Justin Thomas worth the $12,000 price on DK? How much faith do we have in Webb Simpson? Who gives you the best bang for your buck at lower prices on DraftKings? Find out on the First Cut’s preview of the 2020 Sony Open.?

  • PGA Tour continues Hawaii swing at Sony Open (1/6)

    Rick Gehman and Kyle Porter didn’t get to make the trip to Hawaii, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t kept an eye on the action in the Aloha State. Justin Thomas should enter the week as a favorite to win at the Sony Open (0:30). Back at Kapalua, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan addressed slow play and gambling’s future with the professional game (8:30). The crew takes an early look at the Sony Open where Kyle breaks down his belief in the “Zac Blair Effect” (20:32). Rick and Kyle also go through over-unders for PGA Tour wins in 2020 (33:24) along with early picks for this years majors (39:20).

  • Justin Thomas wins Tournament of Champions over Patrick Reed and Xander Schauffele (1/5)

    Greg Ducharme is joined by Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman to recap an exciting final round at the 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions. After 72-holes of play Xander Schauffele, Patrick Reed and Justin Thomas decided they need to play just a few more holes. The First Cut crew breaks down JT’s marathon win on Sunday (1:00). Xander Schauffele battled his way into the playoff with a stellar back nine on Sunday, where do we grade X-Man moving forward (12:00)? Runner-up Patrick Reed continues to play at a high level even though criticism is reaching a fever pitch for his recent actions. What can we expect from Captain America in 2020 (37:00)??

  • Tournament of Champions: Xander Schauffele out in front, Patrick Cantlay caught on hot mic

    Xander Schauffele leads at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. The First Cut takes a look at the leaderboard as we head into the weekend. Patrick Reed took the low-round honors for Friday (7:00) but it's Xander Schauffele who holds the lead after 36 holes (10:30). Patrick Cantlay found himself the victim of a hot mic incident on the 17th tee box (12:00). Greg, Mark and Rick also give their picks to win after 2 rounds of play at Kapalua (27:13).

  • Tournament of Champions Preview (DFS, Picks and Storyline to Know)

    The PGA Tour is finally back! Rick Gehman (@RickRunGood) and Greg Ducharme (@TheRealGFD) breakdown the Sentry Tournament of Champions field. The First Cut crew branches into tournament DFS strategy, betting picks, players to watch and matchup wagers for Kapalua (21:50).?

  • Way Too Early 2020 Major Picks with Rick Gehman and Greg Ducharme

    The First Cut is back after a brief Christmas hiatus. Kyle Porter, Greg Ducharme and Rick Gehman are here to breakdown the 2020 major schedule. The crew hits on their early leans to win the Masters (18:00), PGA Championship (29:40), U.S. Open (37:00) and British Open (46:55). They also take a bonus peek at the 2020 Players Championship (7:43) along with the Ryder Cup (57:00).

  • 20 Players You Should Know for 2020

    The First Cut is back after an exciting Presidents Cup. Today we’re breaking down the top players you need to know for 2020 with Senior Editor Sean Martin. From the young guns and top amateurs to Presidents Cup rookies, we break down who will shine next year on the PGA Tour and around the world on the European Tour and amateur circuit.

  • Tiger Woods leads United States to victory at the Presidents Cup

    The Americans have won their 8th straight Presidents Cup after a come from behind win in the final round singles session. The First Cut crew recaps all the action from an exciting final session at Royal Melbourne.?

  • Presidents Cup: Tiger sits out Day 3, U.S. somehow still in it, trouble for Team Reed

    Day 3 is in the books and boy was it a doozy. The First Cut crew recaps all the action from Royal Melbourne where Tiger chose to sit out, Patrick Reed’s caddie got into an altercation and Bryson joined the gallery with some “American” fans. We also lookahead to the singles matches which will ultimately decide who hoists the Presidents Cup.

  • Tiger Woods and U.S. fight back at Presidents Cup

    The crew recaps all the action from Day 2 where Tiger Woods and the U.S. team are clawing their way back after a rough Day 1. We also dive into the pairings for Day 3's morning fourball action and tell you what to watch for as we head into the weekend (31:50). Can Tiger Woods, Patrick Reed and the Americans dig themselves out of the hole?

  • Tiger Woods leads faltering U.S. team at Presidents Cup

    The dust has settled after Day 1 of the Presidents Cup. Rick Gehman, Mark Immelman and Kyle Porter huddle up to discuss action from the first day of matches. The International Team has jumped out to an early 4-1 lead after Day 1's four-ball action where Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas took home the only point for the United States. The pairings already are out for Day 2, so the squad previews Thursday's foursome action (31:50). Is the U.S. squad doomed or will the Americans get their act together?

  • Presidents Cup Preview: What to expect from Tiger and Ernie in Australia

    The First Cut Podcast crew is back and to preview the 2019 Presidents Cup. The captain’s picks are in and the jets have landed in Melbourne. Kyle Porter, Mark Immelman and Rick Gehman will break down the course and format (2:10). Ernie Els and the International team are major dogs, do they have any bite (14:50)??The squad also digs further into the Patrick Reed bunker controversy (26:20). Finally our analysts give their picks to take home the Presidents Cup (32:00).

  • Henrik Stenson wins the Hero World Challenge, Patrick Reed lands in hot water, Tiger & U.S. Team head to Melbourne

    Kyle Porter, Mark Immelman and Rick Gehman are breaking down the action from the 2019 Hero World Challenge (1:34). Patrick Reed couldn't leave Albany without stirring up controversy in a waste bunker, the squad dives deeper (11:42). The United States team is on its way to the Melbourne for the Presidents Cup, what can we expect from Tiger and Team USA after the Hero (18:34)? Ernie Els and some of the International Team members have been tuning-up at the Australian Open, do these dogs have any bite (24:05)?

  • Tiger hosts Hero World Challenge, Jason Day out of the Presidents Cup, Phil skipping Phoenix

    Kyle Porter and Rick Gehman look ahead to this week's star-studded Hero World Challenge (2:00). Tiger Woods is hosting 11 of the 12 US team members in what will be a tune-up for the 2019 Presidents Cup. The crew also talks about Jordan Spieth who is a long shot to win this week in the Bahamas (21:00). Rick and Kyle also roll through their favorite matchup bets for the week (29:50). In other news, Jason Day is out of the Presidents Cup, replaced by Ben An, could this actually be a blessing in disguise for Ernie’s squad (33:53)? Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson will headline a top-class field at the Saudi International, why are so many of golf’s top stars lining up to play in what might be the world’s most controversial golf tournament (43:10)?

  • Jon Rahm wins $5 million and Tyler Duncan gets his first

    Host Rick Gehman talks to Mark Immelman and Kyle Porter about Tyler Duncan's surprising win (1:20), Brendon Todd's hot streak (10:10), Jon Rahm's reign in Dubai (14:15) and some buy/sell props for players going into 2020 (21:48). They also discuss Masters odds and thoughts at the very end (39:20).

  • RSM Classic preview and Fowler in for Koepka at the Presidents Cup

    Rick Gehman and Kyle Porter reconvene to discuss the news of Brooks Koepka bowing out of the Presidents Cup and his replacement Rickie Fowler (1:00), who to watch the the RSM Classic (7:00) and how the European Tour season is going to end in Dubai (32:00).

  • Brendon Todd goes back to back, Fleetwood snags another

    Host Rick Gehman and Kyle Porter review Brendon Todd's improbable run on the PGA Tour (1:05), the mental side of shooting low and high rounds (14:00), look at Tommy Fleetwood's victory in South Africa (23:00) and finally discuss the Race to Dubai as the golf slate winds down for the fall (28:30).

  • In-depth Presidents Cup International team breakdown (11/14)

    The Presidents Cup is just a month away and Rick Gehman was joined by Kyle Porter and Eric Patterson to take a deep dive into each player from top to bottom to see which partners might team up, who they expect to find success and who they're more bearish on as we head into the matches at Royal Melbourne.

  • Mayakoba Preview with Mark Immelman (11/13)

    Rick Gehman is joined by Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman to discuss Matt Kuchar at the Mayakoba Golf Classic (1:40), how players keep distractions at bay (5:10), why guys are playing more in the fall (9:30), what's up with the course in Playa del Carmen (16:45), who Mark would take to the Ryder Cup if Brooks Koepka can't play (25:00), and Kyle and Rick cap it with who to pick up and play in your fantasy leagues (26:55).

  • Presidents Cup U.S. team selections

    Kyle Porter and Rick Gehman go deep on Tony Finau (1:53), Patrick Reed (9:40), Gary Woodland (14:10), Tiger Woods (20:20) and those who didn't make the team this time around (24:40).

  • Presidents Cup International team selections

    Kyle Porter joins Rick Gehman to talk about Jason Day (0:45), Sungjae Im (5:15), Joaquin Niemann (13:15) and Adam Hadwin (17:00) and what it all means for the International squad against the U.S.

  • Rory McIlroy wins another WGC, Presidents Cup predictions

    Rick Gehman hosts as Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman discuss Rory's win over Xander Schauffele (1:15), Brendon Todd's return at the Bermuda Championship (12:30), Phil Mickelson's crazy streak (17:20), Presidents Cup selections (28:50) and that recent survey (41:00).

  • Rick Gehman previews HSBC Champions, Bermuda Championship

    Kyle Porter and Rick Gehman discuss Gehman's career off the top (2:30), dive deep on the HSBC Champions (14:50), give three value picks (18:30), talk about how to find value in players from week to week (26:50), get steep on the Bermuda (30:50) and finally give some head-to-head matchups at the end (41:00).

  • Mark Immelman contextualizes Tiger's record and discusses his swing

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman dive deep on Tiger Woods' win (1:30), his swing (2:50), his new record (6:50) and what's going to happen in 2020 when it comes to Big Cat and the PGA Tour (18:10). They also discuss their favorite reaction to Woods' 82nd (24:00).

  • Rick Gehman joins for a Tiger Woods 82 wins emergency pod

    Rick Gehman of joins Kyle Porter to discuss Tiger Woods' 82nd win (1:00), which of his stats are the most impressive (13:22) and who surprised and disappointed at this inaugural event (16:41).

  • Eric Patterson talks DFS, Zozo Championship (10/22)

    Eric Patterson of The Score joins Kyle Porter and gives his background in golf (1:35), talks about how to pick golfers on a new course (11:20) and what to expect from the Zozo (16:35) and then discusses four super serious questions in the world of golf right now (21:50).

  • CJ Cup, Japan Skins recap with Mark Immelman (10/21)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman talk about what Justin Thomas' win at the CJ Cup means for his career (1:50), what they liked (and didn't like) about The Challenge: Japan Skins (8:45), the Rory McIlroy-Brooks Koepka rivalry talk (16:30) and who they would pit against one another in the next skins game (24:23).

  • Houston Open, Italian Open review with Mark Immelman (10/14)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman go deep on Lanto Griffin's Houston win (1:10), how Bernd Wiesberger is ranked No. 22 in the world (7:10), the mixed event in Sweden next year (12:15), what the future holds for Jordan Spieth (24:30) and then hand out some CJ Cup winners and sleepers at the end (30:05).
  • Houston Open preview, Presidents Cup outlook with Carson Cunningham (10/9)

    Kyle Porter and Carson Cunningham break down the Hero World Challenge (1:40) off the top before delving into Tiger Woods' Presidents Cup captain issues (9:40) and finally discussing the weak field in the 2019 Houston Open (16:40.
  • Kevin Na's Presidents Cup chances, career earnings over/under with Mark Immelman (10/8)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman dive into the number of feet of putts made by Kevin Na in Vegas (1:30), where they stand on Jon Rahm's 2020 (10:40), what the Players Championship is doing well (18:45) and how much money guys like Dustin Johnson and Webb Simpson have made over the course of their careers (22:31).
  • Phil's 65, Ryder Cup fodder and mailbag questions with Brendan Porath (10/4)

    Brendan Porath (SB Nation and Shotgun Start) joins Kyle Porter to discuss Phil Mickelson dealing in Las Vegas (1:30), what Ryder Cup storylines they're already tired of (12:00) (and which they need more of!) and field some mailbag questions (23:33) before getting to this weekend's perfect finish.
  • Champ wins again, Rory takes on easy courses and who is Victor Perez?

    On this episode of the First Cut, Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman discuss Cameron Champ's emotional victory (2:00), what you need to know about Victor Perez (6:35), Rory McIlroy's comments about the European Tour's courses (10:30) and whose career they would choose from a handful of players in their 20s (and one in his 30s) (22:30).
  • Danny Willett's re-rise, Sungjae Im so close and Safeway preview with Mark Immelman (9/24)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman return to talk Danny Willett's resurgence (2:10), Sebastian Munoz's first win over Sungjae Im (15:30), the Tiger-Rory skins game in Japan (22:45) and what's going to happen at this week's Safeway Open at Silverado Country Club in Napa (30:40).
  • Joaquin Niemann a star, Sanderson Farms Preview with Mark Immelman (9/18)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman start by discussing Joaquin Niemann's star power (1:12) before getting to the Solheim Cup (8:30), the BMW PGA Championship (17:30), Akshay Bhatia's PGA Tour debut (31:15) and their Sanderson Farms picks (36:25).
  • Greenbrier Preview and 2019-20 Overview with Mark Immelman (9/10)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman reconvene to discuss the fall slate (1:05), Arnold Palmer's legacy (8:50), which players they think are going to have great seasons with the Ryder Cup carrot dangling at the end of the road (14:45), discuss their perfect finish (27:00) and finally, give their picks for A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier (30:13).
  • Korn Ferry Grads with Sean Martin Part 2 (9/7)

    Sean Martin again joins Kyle Porter to discuss Viktor Hovland (0:45), Kristoffer Ventura's wild ride (7:00), Zac Blair's return (14:00), and Sean talks about his recent interview with Mavrick McNealy (18:00).
  • Korn Ferry Grads with Sean Martin Part 1 (9/7)

    Sean Martin joins Kyle Porter on this week's two-part episode to discuss Cal Poly football (1:10), break down the top Korn Ferry graduates (2:20), Sean compares his game to Matthew Wolff and Brandon Hagy (23:20), and they talk about what it means to make it to the PGA Tour (29:30).
  • Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year Debate (09/04)

    Mark Immelman, Kyle Porter and Chip Paterson debate the end of season awards on the PGA Tour. First, who is the Brooks Koepka of college football and more college football-to-golf comparisons (1:00) then taking a dive into Koepka vs. Rory and the Player of the Year debate (5:00). Plus, why Sungjae Im is the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year (16:50) and who among the young stars has the highest ceiling moving forward (20:45)
  • 2019 Awards and Superlatives (08/29)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson hand out some awards for the 2019 PGA Tour Season. Honors include Best Tournament (1:00), what shot defined Tiger's Masters win (10:00), Rookie of the Year (18:30), most underrated season (25:20) and more.
  • Inside the Ropes with Mark Immelman (08/26)

    Mark Immelman shares sights, sounds and thoughts from inside the ropes at the TOUR Championship. First, what players had to say about the changes to the playoff format (2:45), the highlights from a statement season for Rory McIlroy (7:00) and how fatigue might have played a role in Brooks Koepka fading down the stretch (11:40). Then, whether to be concerned about DJ's late-season struggles (16:00), the Presidents Cup chatter around East Lake (22:00) and where JT stands among his peers after 2019 (27:00).
  • TOUR Championship Instant Reaction (08/25)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson recap Rory McIlroy's FedEx Cup win. First, how Rory's TOUR Championship experience in 2019 contrasts with his 2018 appearance in the final group with Tiger Woods (5:00), the Player of the Year debate (8:00), where Rory separated himself from the pack this year (15:30) and Stock Up-Stock Down focuses on Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson (30:21).
  • TOUR Championship Preview (08/21)

    Mark Immelman and Chip Patterson preview the TOUR Championship. First, the players' reactions to the new format (2:46), where you draw the line for actual contenders to win (6:00) and if the Player of the Year race is over (9:20). Then, the Perfect Finish for the weekend action (11:45) and expert picks, including sleepers and picks to win (15:00).
  • Navigating East Lake prior to Tour Championship (08/20)

    Mark Immelman is joined by Sean Martin of to discuss the challenges that East Lake presents ahead of the Tour Championship this weekend. The guys then assign "Stock Up, Stock Down" to several trending golfers.?
  • BMW Recap, and Medinah talk with Mark Immelman (08/18)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman wrap up the BMW Championship, discuss what turned into an easy Medinah Country Club (1:55), discuss Justin Thomas' place in the hierarchy (5:55), hit on Big Cat quickly (12:27) and look ahead to a wonky Tour Championship (15:25).
  • BMW Preview and More Brooks-Bryson talk with Mark Immelman (08/14)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman put a bow on the Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka kerfuffle (1:30), discuss the Korn Ferry Tour Finals (13:00) and who could advance, preview the BMW Championship (23:05) and give their picks for the second FedEx Cup Playoffs event of 2019 (32:12).
  • Slow play, Jason Day and FedEx Cup winner picks (08/12)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson reset the playoff picture heading into the BMW Championship. First, Bryson's odd response to slow play chatter (1:45), Jason Day splitting with Stevie Williams (9:15) and the drama from the Korn Ferry tour as PGA Tour cards were punched over the weekend (14:45). Then, Stock Up Stock Down looks at some of the biggest movers in the playoff standings (17:57) and Trivia with focus on Patrick Reed's elite company (28:00).
  • Northern Trust Recap (08/11)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson recap Patrick Reed's win at the Northern Trust. First, what to expect from Patrick Reed as he captures a win in this current late-season surge (1:00), why Jordan Spieth might be seeing an all-time putting season go to waste (10:45) and whether the PGA Tour will enact any changes amid complaints of slow play that zeroed in on Bryson DeChambeau (20:45). Plus, what Tiger Woods' performances since the Masters win say about his effort to get back into major championship shape (41:45),
  • Northern Trust preview (08/07)

    Kyle Porter, Mark Immelman and Chip Patterson preview the start of the playoffs and pick winners for the weekend. First, laughs with Rory at Kuchar expense (2:00), explaining the Hovland rule (6:00), what a Presidents Cup team photo might say about the 2019 picks (10:00). Then, who has the advantage at Liberty National (21:23) and expectations for the Northern Trust including what Tiger has to gain, our Perfect Finish and picks to win (27:15).
  • Who will make the Presidents Cup roster? (08/05)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson recap the Wyndham Championship and preview the upcoming debates for the final spots on the Presidents Cup roster. First, how J.T. Poston finished on top of the leaderboard in a birdie-filled week in Greensboro (1:30), what Viktor Hovland's trajectory looks like (8:30) and Webb Simpson's argument as one of the hottest golfers of 2019 (14:30). Then, Stock Up-Stock Down breaks down the Presidents Cup picture for the United States with just a few events left before the standings are locked (20:15).
  • Monday qualifying season, new PGA Tour schedule and a lit Zozo with Sean Martin (7/31)

    Kyle Porter and Sean Martin discuss the new PGA Tour schedule (3:45), what it takes to Monday into PGA Tour events (15:00), how much success Matt Wolff and Collin Morikawa have had (27:15) and what their perfect finish is to the Wyndham Championship (and regular season for 2018-19).
  • FedEx Cup Bubble Boys (07/30)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson look ahead to the FedEx Cup playoffs. First, updates to how players are adjusting to the new schedule (5:34) and the continuing saga of Xander Schauffele and his Callaway driver that got flagged by the R&A at The Open (7:58). Then, Stock Up-Stock Down looks at the players on the cut for playoffs (22:49) and expert picks for the weekend action in North Carolina (33:30).
  • WGC-FedEx St. Jude Recap: Brooks rolls, Rory stalls (7/29)

    Kyle Porter and Mark Immelman dive into Brooks Koepka's psyche (1:00) before taking on Rory McIlroy's (5:45). They also get into a little Matthew Wolff (19:15), some Webb Simpson (24:47) Jordan Spieth (28:00) and briefly discuss just how interesting next week's Wyndham Championship is going to be.
  • Ranking the 2019 major championships (07/25)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson recap the 2019 major season and judge it against the rest of the decade. First, lasting memories from the four majors of 2019 (1:35) before putting them in a definitive ranking (8:30). Then, our favorite major championships dating back to 2010 (23:00) and the Perfect Finish for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Memphis (39:20).
  • Rory's motivation, Lowry's celebration, more Open fallout (07/23)

    Kyle Porter and Chip Patterson set the stage for the WGC in Memphis after Lowry's win at The Open. First, all of the feels for Lowry's celebration tour with the Claret Jug (1:00), more evidence for Brooks Koepka's greatness in the 2019 major season (6:50) and a deep dive on what's next for Rory after his missed cut at Royal Portrush (19:33). Then, looking at the 2020 Masters odds (29:45), who changed the narrative the most this major season (37:30), Xander's driver issues (43:40) and expert picks for the WGC in Memphis (48:30).
  • Open Championship Recap (07/21)

    Kyle Porter, Mark Immelman and Chip Patterson react to Shane Lowry's win at the Open Championship. First, takeaways from Lowry's impressive Sunday performance on a difficult day at Royal Portrush (1:05) and what it means for him moving forward (7:20). Then, Stock Up-Stock Down takes a look at Tommy Fleetwood and Dustin Johnson (12:40), and why Brooks Koepka's 2019 affirmed his status as the best major championship golfer in the game (21:15).