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That 7-Man Olympic Playoff for Bronze Was Worth Staying Up For

Hear how the Korda sisters try to dominate the Olympics and from pro Jhared Hack, who shot a stunning 57 and 60
Course of Life

The men's Olympic gold in golf was awarded to American Xander Schauffele. But really, all hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell care about was the seven-man playoff for the bronze that took the cake during the tournament, as you can hear in this week's episode of "Course of Life." Here's more from this week's episode (which you can listen to below):

The Korda sisters try to dominate the Olympics podium and bring back more medals for the USA. But what would happen if Annika Sorenstam was in the Olympics? After all, she just dominated the US Women's Senior Open, and you can make the case she is the most dominant golfer of all time.

And Lauzon is getting pumped up for his visit this week to the First Tee of Greater Austin, where he's sure to have his game humbled by some much better players.

The PGA Tour has a split schedule as the Olympics wrap up, and head to the WGC- FedEx St. Jude and the Barracuda Championship.

In Tuned In, Lauzon is glued to the dressage portion of the Olympic Games, while Russell is watching the new Apple TV+ musical, "Schmigadoon!"

This week's guest is no hacker after shooting both a 57 and a 60 during the same week. Pro golfer Jhared Hack shares stories about his name and how he was able to shoot low scores twice.

Lauzon is ready for football season to start, while Russell hasn't given up on the Yankees after some great play.

And as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Lauzon is sharing his oyster experience, while Russell is making some Jewish baked delicacies.