A dominant display from Emily Pedersen, a home victory for Christiaan Bezuidenhout and the future of the European Tour all feature in the latest Sky Sports Golf podcast.
Kit Alexander and Zane Scotland join Josh Antmann to reflect on another busy week in the sport and discuss golf’s big talking points, as well as look ahead to the four live tournaments coming up this week on Sky Sports.
The panel review an entertaining finish to the Ladies European Tour season at the Open de Espana, where Pedersen cemented her status as the world’s most in-form golfer by becoming the first player since 1989 to win three consecutive LET events.
There’s a look back at Bezuidenhout’s Alfred Dunhill Championship win, with Sean Crocker and Adrian Meronk among those to fall short at Leopard Creek, plus plenty of debate about what makes the venue so special.
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Both guests give their verdict on the new ‘strategic alliance’ between the PGA Tour and the European Tour and share their views on what it could mean long-term for the sport, plus examine how the changes could impact some of the players.
December 2, 2020, 7:00pm
All three offer their predictions for all of this week’s events, with players in action at the Golf in Dubai Championship and the South African Open having the chance to qualify for the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, while “Ponder the Pro” makes a long-awaited return.
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The Vodcast version is out now on Sky Sports On Demand, with the show also on Sky Sports Golf this Wednesday from 1pm and 7pm.
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