On this week’s edition of the podcast we look back at the Arnold Palmer Invitational where Kurt Kitayama bested an all-star leaderboard at Bay Hill. The latest designated event delivered a Sunday leaderboard that kept everyone guessing, with Rory McIlroy amongst those who came close to slipping into the famous red cardigan. We assess where McIlroy’s game is at, and also discuss his role within the PGA Tour where more change is afoot ahead of the 2024 season. We react to the proposed no-cut, limited field tournaments in the pipeline, why they’re making the changes, and where it leaves the DP World. We also round-up the latest amateur and tour news, including Leona Maguire’s week in Singapore. As ever, we hope you enjoy the listen. Don’t forget to subscribe and let us know what you think.
Arnold Palmer Invitational recap + Good, Bad & Ugly of PGA Tour changes
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