It was an absolute Birdie Fest in Boston for the first leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs at the Northern Trust (2:07), and Alex and Michael have a lot to say about the tournament in their old stomping grounds.

The guys talk about the other goings on in golf, including Phil tearing up the Champions Tour (6:35), a caddy winning the women's British Open (10:04), and thank everyone for making it possible to get Vermont junior golfer, and past guest, Sebastian Pell, a killer trophy (11:53).

Alex shares his Podcast Exclusive pick for the BMW Championship, while the guys keep loving on Webb Simpson (14:46).

For Tuned In, the guys try to decide if they will be getting the new PGA Tour 2k21 video game (17:13), something they want but will they be playing it?

The first guest this week is Willie Mack III, who shares his story of grinding it out to make it onto the Tour (18:55). Then, Alex chats with Pro Dustin Miller from Black Bear CC in Colorado, who shares what keeps him going as a club pro and the tools he uses to teach players to get better (41:42).

Alex shares this week's Fear of the Week, about athletes leaving their respective bubbles (1:07:05), and we recap week 2 of Hard Knocks (1:08:42). Finally, we #AlwaysEndWithFood (1:11:59).

 

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As the final event before the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Jim Herman's win at the Wyndham moves him into the Playoffs (2:20)! Plus, former guest Cheyenne Knight contends in Scotland (6:11), and Alex updates the trophy hunt for Sebastian Pell (7:09). Michael shares his magical par-3 play during his round this week (9:01), and then we get into how the pros will play during the FedEx Cup Playoffs, and the Northern Trust Open in Boston (11:34). On "Tuned In," Michael shares his current podcast playlist, and Alex is shocked at what the internet now thinks of Nickelback (17:25). Alex chats with Steve Scott, infamous for being the guy who almost beat Tiger in the 1996 US Amateur (20:40). Then, Ryan Brooks joins the podcast to discuss his record-setting round of 56 (55:06). The guys go around the world of sports and COVID with college football, baseball, basketball, and hockey (1:14:08). And Alex has a major announcement as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood (1:23:01).

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The guys are in awe at Collin Morikawa's amazing come from behind victory at the PGA Championship (2:28), and Alex's third win in two weeks. And then they get distracted by the growing feud between Phil and Sir Nick (9:20). Meanwhile, the guys are all in on the "Victory Cart" on the Euro Tour, but feeling the pain of the implosion on the LPGA Tour (12:30). Alex shares his podcast exclusive picks for the Wyndham Championship, and you should listen after all his correct picks recently (15:01). In "Tuned In," the guys share what they are tuning into outside of the world of sports, including some bad Bond movies and the new Zac Efron show on Netflix (17:23). This week's first guest is Ron del Barrio, the golf coach to the stars, including Larry David, Joe Pesci, and Sylvester Stallone (21:24). Then, Alex talks with a viral video star, and the youngest guest ever on the podcast, Sebastian Pell (50:40). This week's "Fear of the Week" is the incoming reality of the end the College Football season (1:03:38). Meanwhile baseball continues with its uncertainty, and the NHL rolls with its Double Bubble (1:07:07). In #AlwaysEndWithFood, the guys debate Mac & Cheese for breakfast, and Michael does a live taste test of a new Dunkin' Cereal (1:09:39).

With a Sunday charge at the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational, Justin Thomas ends the Jon Rahm era and reclaims the #1 World Ranking (2:07). Meanwhile, after Alex got to enjoy JT's victory, the Barracuda Championship wound up giving Alex a 2 for 2 weekend on golf picks (6:01). Now we get to rev up to the PGA Championship at Harding Park (10:42), and Alex gives us his podcast exclusive picks. In this week's "Tuned In" Michael tells us how he's trying to convince his wife he likes romantic movies, and Alex finally gets into "Schitt's Creek" (16:41). Trick shot artist Emily Sayers chats with Alex about finding success with all her different videos (19:43). Next, PlaneSwing founder Tony Clark talks about building a business from the ground up (37:59). As the guys hit the other sports, Michael piles it on as his Yankees dominate the Red Sox (1:12:07), while the NBA Bubble remains a model of efficiency (1:14:38). Finally, the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, and this week is Chinese food (1:17:42).

 

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