South Carolina continues to produce quality finishes this year as a new winner claimed the one-off Palmetto Championship. Hosts Alex Lauzon and Michael Russell look at the young South African winner Garrick Higgo and how some major contenders fared at Congaree.
Across the pond, past guest Rhys Enoch was in contention in Sweden at a brand new event with a unique format.
On the Korn Ferry Tour, past guest Willie Mack had the pleasure of taking part in a pro-am with champion boxer Canelo Álvarez, while Mito Pereira got a battlefield promotion after his third win on the Korn Ferry Tour.
And it's a major championship week. Lauzon and Russell look at the field and talk about some players to look at as the U.S. Open begins at Torrey Pines.
Outside of sports in "Tuned In," Russell is binging a Pulitzer Prize-winning podcast from NPR while Lauzon is catching the "Friends" reunion on HBO Max.
This week's guest is a golf nerd who answers all your questions about this week's U.S. Open. Fellow Quinnipiac Bobcat Jeremy Schilling of the "Teeing It Up" podcast and PGA Magazine chats with Lauzon about all the fun things that will happen this week at Torrey Pines and how to watch on TV.
Also, a quick look at the NFL and Lauzon's displeasure with a nickname for a new Patriots' QB has Russell befuddled as well.
And as the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, Russell is preparing for an anniversary dinner out while Lauzon is still reeling over all the silverware from his vacation.
Look for more episodes of "The Course Of Life" coming soon to the Morning Read podcast network.