Golf returned this weekend as the Sentry Tournament of Champions began the Aloha Swing. Alex and Michael break down the return to the winner's circle for Harris English (1:51), and the questionable language heard on the course from everyone, including Justin Thomas (3:59).

The Tour remains in Hawaii for the Sony Open, where Michael wonders in English can join the likes of Ernie Els and JT with an Aloha Swing sweep (6:34).

Outside of golf, Alex is focused on the snowfall that blanketed Austin, TX this weekend (9:11). Meanwhile, Michael can't look away from the goings on in Washington DC (11:28). The fallout of Wednesday's coup attempt has trickled into the world of golf, as the PGA and R&A distances themselves from Donald Trump (12:04).

This week's guest, Chef Michael Ponzio, joins Alex and talks about being the head chef at Medinah CC, making almost everything from scratch, and the Chicago dining scene (17:05).

Alex didn't make any money in College Football this year, but he did break even (45:01)! Meanwhile, the NFL turns to Nickelodeon to get fans back to the game during Wildcard Weekend (45:56).

And as Alex and Michael #AlwaysEndWithFood, they share the secret to a successful diet (50:43).

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It's a new year, and Alex and Michael are ready with some resolutions to make 2021 better than ever (1:55).

Plus, golf is coming back! Alex dishes out a podcast exclusive pick for the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii (8:41), and Michael promises to start joining in the betting fun.

In Tuned In (12:15), Alex is watching a new sitcom starring former "The Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik, and Michael is all over this week's run-off elections in Georgia.

This week's guest is a fellow Quinnipiac Bobcat and all-time scoring leader for the Lady Bobcats Ice Hockey team, currently playing in the NWHL with the Metropolitan Riveters, Kelly Babstock chats with Alex (14:55).

College football included an unusual "surprise" in the CFB semifinals (37:17), but was it really? And Michael is awfully unhappy at the Philadelphia Eagles for ruining his Giants' chances of making the playoffs (38:10).

Alex and Michael take a quick look at college basketball as the NCAA makes a big announcement about what will be happening come March (44:54).

And it's all about diets as we #AlwaysEndWithFood (46:40)!

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As 2020 comes to a close, Alex and Michael recap all that was golf in a most unique year, including a great year for those who play (1:51), a crazy return of golf in the summer (4:30), what no fans meant when watching it all come back, and the rise of social justice causes on Tour (8:17).

Alex and Michael also recap all that was in their own lives this year, including Alex's memorable interviews with the likes of Tanner Beard, Mei Brennan, and Ron del Barrio (10:09), and Michael's new found glory as a home baker (12:36).

During the past week, Alex was focused on a lot of sports on his TV, while Michael found time for the new Pixar movie, Soul (16:30).

Ryan Ballengee chats with Alex and joins in the 2020 recap vibe, looking back at the game of golf and a peak ahead to what may be in 2021 (17:35).

College football rolls in the Playoffs, and Alex quickly makes some predictions (50:15). Meanwhile, Michael's Giants are still in the hunt (somehow) and he can't wait (51:25).

It's all New Year's plans as we #AlwaysEndWithFood, and that means snacks snacks snacks (53:27).

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It was all about Charlie Woods in his TV debut at the PNC Championship this weekend as he played with father Tiger (1:50). But Justin Thomas and father Mike walked away with the trophy (5:21).

The LPGA wraps up the season, we look ahead to a monster 2021 (7:09). And we take a look back at the wonderful betting season Alex had in 2020 (8:34).

In Tuned In, Alex watched a documentary about a Mexican golfer coming to America, while Michael is watching Christmas baking shows featuring a popular TV show cast (10:00).

Festivus is December 23, and that means it's time for the Airing of Grievances, including hoodies, beefy Bryson, and Bill Belichick (11:53).

This week's guest is golf pro based in British Columbia, Kyla Inaba, who shares some important tips to improve your game (22:22).

College football has announced it's top 4 teams headed to the Playoffs, and there really are no surprises even in 2020 (47:56). Meanwhile, Alex's Patriots are officially done for the season, and he doesn't know what to do with himself (49:52).

As we #AlwaysEndWithFood, it's all about Christmas food, Christmas plans, and Christmas movies (52:20).

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The final major of the golf season saw a wild Monday finish as first-timer A Lim Kim hoisted the US Open trophy (1:48). Kim became the seventh player to come back from a five-stroke deficit to overcome the likes of No. 1 ranked Jin Young Ko and first round leader Amy Olson, who played through the death of her father-in-law on Saturday to still notch a second place victory.

In Naples, FL, Matt Kuchar and Harris English sailed to their 3rd QBE Shootout victory, the small team event that also saw Kevin Na walking in putts like a mad man (5:08).

This past weekend also saw the end of the European Tour's Race to Dubai, as Bryson-hater Matthew Fitzpatrick won the finale and fellow Englishman Lee Westwood was proclaimed Europe's Number One (6:50).

The PNC Shootout takes center stage as Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson, and more play in the parent-child tournament (8:59).

Music from Bleachers and Taylor Swift dominate this weekend Tuned In, as the guys listen to new tracks from both artists (14:20).

This week's guest is Canadian chef Roger Mooking, who spoke with Alex about his journey to hosting multiple cooking shows, including Cooking Channel's "Man Fire Food" (17:36).

Alex's college football bets continue to crumble as Bowl Season approaches (43:58), while the success of Alex and Michael's favorite pro teams comes to a screeching halt (45:36).

As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Christmas dinner plans take center stage, as well as Michael's extravagant 7-layer cookies from the weekend (48:33).

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South or the border is good on Oklahoma State alum Viktor Hovland (1:52), and Alex and Michael discuss who's the best Cowboy is: Hovland, Matthew Wolff, or Rickie Fowler (3:59). Meanwhile, after missing the cut, Brooks Koepka was relaxing with his supermodel girlfriend (6:53).

The LPGA experienced some wacky weather in north Texas at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, where past guest Cheyenne Knight attempted to defend her title (9:07). And Alex gets Michael back into the Google searching ways as the Euro Tour was in Sun City, South Africa (10:57).

The PGA Tour season may be over, but some of the guys are at the QBE Shootout in Florida (13:15), but the real action will be in Houston for the US Women's Open, the final golf major of 2020 (14:06).

In Tuned In Alex shares a new CBS sitcom he's watching, and Michael shares some brief thoughts on "Holidate" after watching it for his other podcast, 3 Minute Movie Reviews (15:33).

This week's guest is PGA Tournament Director Tracy West, who shares some insights into tournaments post-Covid, plus what it is a Tournament Director actually does all year (17:45).

The guys talk some football, including Alex's covid-ravaged picks (47:31) and Michael's streaking Giants (48:48).

Christmas meal planning is in the works as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood (52:16), and Michael is planning on making an ambitious cookie.

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It was an underdog victory at The Match 3, as Phil and Chuck beat down Steph Curry and Peyton Manning (1:52). Plus, Alex and Michael look ahead to who should be in The Match 4 (4:38).

Big news out of the PGA Tour and the Euro Tour as the two leagues announce a joint partnership, which the guys are definitely here for (7:33).

The PGA Tour resumes this week at the Mayakoba Championship in Mexico, which includes a loaded field and a wonderful December golf treat (9:39).

In Tuned In, Michael watches a 90's classic returning in 2020, while Alex starts the Christmas movie bonanza (12:46).

Alex chats with award winning chef, Chef Noah Hester, who has also appeared on the E! television series "Bradshaw Bunch" (15:19). Chef Hester talks Hawaii golf, the Bradshaws, and charcuterie boards.

While the 'rona continued to wreak havoc in football, it didn't stop Alex from having some good picks (44:29), or Sarah Fuller from becoming the first woman to play in a Power-5 football game. And in the NFL, the guys' favorites teams may have something good to chant about (46:50). And while the NFL usually takes precedence over everything, it turns out the only thing that can bump the NFL is the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree (49:39).

As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood (51:23), Michael gets into some holiday cookie baking, and Alex wraps up his Thanksgiving leftovers.

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The PGA Tour moved from Augusta to Sea Island, Georgia for the RSM Classic, where extra holes were needed after a shootout for Robert Streb to win there for his second time (1:46).

The Euro Tour travels to South Africa, where they are hitting bombs at 439 yards (4:05). And everyone gets an early Christmas present when Tiger and Charlie play in the Father Son tournament in December (5:55).

Phil, Charles Barkley, Steph Curry, and Peyton Manning will all come together for the third iteration of The Match on November 27, and the guys break it down, including the return of Gary McCord to TV golf coverage (7:31).

For Tuned In, Alex is getting ready for sports nirvana this weekend, while Michael shares his Thanksgiving/Birthday watching plans (12:44).

This week's guest is professional bowler Marshall Kent (14:21), who shares what its like to line in the lanes, how he golfs in his spare time, and how there's just as much science in bowling as there is in golf.

College football continues to struggle with the 'rona (40:46), and Alex's picks show it. Meanwhile, in the NFL, Alex and Michael commiserate together as their respective teams continue to struggle (43:49).

A sweet ending awaits as we #AlwaysEndWithFood (45:40), with Thanksgiving desert clearing in the headlights.

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It was a Masters unlike any other, as world #1 Dustin Johnson put up a historic low round to capture his first Green Jacket and second major title (1:32). Plus, Alex and Michael recap the other big storylines from Augusta, including Tiger's 10 on 12 (3:15), Beefy Bryson being tamed by Bernhard Langer (5:07), and the unprecedented digital coverage during the unique Masters week (8:58).

HBO Max blesses us with an exciting golf documentary announcement (13:45), and Alex briefly touches on who to look out for on this coming weekend's RSM Classic (14:33).

Other than The Masters, Michael and Alex share what they were Tuned In to on the TV (16:14), including a documentary that was "Tiger King" before "Tiger King," and a look ahead at a different Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

This week's guest is social media star The Kosher Panda, who shares her journey into the game of golf while on Instagram and TikTok (18:27).

The guys touch on the world of football, including how COVID is wreaking havoc on college football (45:11), and success during the weekend for their respective favorite NFL teams (45:59).

The guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, covering side dishes for the Thanksgiving feast, and what the rest of the country favor's next to the turkey (47:54).

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It's Masters Week! But first, we had a new winner on tour at the Vivint Houston Open (1:38), which was the tune-up for The Masters. Some action happened across the pond as well, as the Euro Tour stayed in Cyprus (5:37).

But all that matters is this weekend at Augusta National for a Masters tournament unlike any other (6:59). No fans, autumn colors, and much more will make this week extra special. Alex and Michael go down the contenders, and Alex shares a podcast exclusive pick to throw a dollar on to win.

Meanwhile, there's other things to be Tuned In on outside of sports (20:07), and there was this election thing that happened last week (21:01).

This week's guest is Elizabeth Diane Martin, a Military Golf Ambassador who shares what it's like working with veterans on the course, and what it was like to be at Augusta at Tiger's win in 2019 (24:14).

Alex's college football weekend was as poor as the containment of COVID at Notre Dame (54:11), and football woes continued into the NFL with Michael's Giants and Alex's Patriots (56:02).

As we #AlwaysEndWithFood, we continue to let you know how you should be ready for Thanksgiving, and this week it's all about the turkey (57:11).

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