Podcast: Cat Fight at Solheim Cup

There aren’t many things Hawk and Rude like better than a feline fight. OK, maybe there are–like love, peace, majors and presidential debates. But now that you’re reading this, we call your attention to the Solheim Cup controversy involving Suzann Pettersen. Hawk says everybody wins: Motivated U.S. team (rallies from 10-6 down in singles), the Solheim Cup (attention), golf (attention) and even Pettersen (after delayed apology). Rude isn’t so sure about the latter, saying  the conduct figures to follow Pettersen for a good while. Also, the boys talk FedEx Cup playoffs, Jason Day, Player of the Year (not Day) and Tiger Woods’ back surgery. Listen here:

Podcast: Spieth’s game, hairline, perceptions, more

Comic Larry David, creator of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, says he likes Jordan Spieth partly because Spieth is “going to be wildly bald” like David someday. So Hawk and Rude talk about the best bald golfers. And they express strong opinions about how perceptions have changed in the past month with regard to Spieth and Jason Day. Plus, they weigh in on the great golf city of Chicago and the unfortunate fact that the PGA Tour doesn’t have an annual event in the Windy City. If all that isn’t enough, the boys talk Caddyshack, which, to put it mildly, isn’t one of Hawk’s favorite movies because he thinks it’s “silly.” Silly?!