* On today's show, Ryan looks at the developing picture of the new PGA Tour schedule and what that means for sponsors and players. Also Ryan touches on some of Phil Mickelson's kinda shocking tweets and wonders what's up with the guy.
* On today's show, Ryan puts a bow around Patrick Reed and Treegate at the Dubai Desert Classic, including Reed blaming officials (and not himself) for looking up the wrong tree. Meanwhile, a fellow pro calls Reed a cheater. Finally, an amalgamation of LIV and PGA Tour chess moves.
* On today's show, Ryan goes over the extended weekend in golf including Patrick Reed getting his ball stuck in a tree and flinging a tee at Rory McIlroy, who won in Dubai. Also we talk about the kind of winner Max Homa has become.
* On today's show, Ryan looks at the incredible run Jon Rahm is on and how that might continue at Torrey Pines thanks to the new schedule. Also, there's drama about a LIV event in Saudi Arabia.
* On today's show, we now know LIV will air on The CW. But what does that really mean? Also, Henrik Stenson naturally says he doesn't regret ditching the Ryder Cup captaincy for LIV.
* On today's show, Ryan looks at the potential deal for LIV to air on the CW. Also we parse through a story previewing the Netflix golf docuseries. Finally, there's some drama on Week 1 of the LPGA schedule.
* On today's show, Ryan looks back on a good weekend at Sony and the potential for the non-designated events to do well for themselves. Also, what does the lack of information about LIV in 2023 tell us, if anything?
* On today's show, we try to understand why Ian Poulter got upset about not being wished a happy birthday. Also, Mito is reportedly going to LIV. Finally, we have a lot of fun golf on tap this week.
* On today's show, Ryan gets into the realities of the PGA Tour making up aspects of the designated series and top players' participation as they go -- including for Tiger. Also, LIV Golf has faced a series of public bad news that may be an indicator of what's happening in private.
* In our first show of 2023, Ryan looks at the potential impact of elevated events on the PGA Tour schedule and what we'll see this week at Kapalua. Also, there's a new course coming to Pinehurst and we have the exciting details.
* On today's show, Ryan focuses on the unfortunate firing of Roger Maltbie and Gary Koch, wondering what the point of these changes was other than saving money. Also LIV announces three US venues for next season.
* On today's show, Ryan looks back at Tiger and Rory vs. JT and Spieth. What went right, and what could be used in Monday Night Golf. Also, why did the NY Times publish a clunker story on LIV?
* On today's show, Ryan gets into changes Tiger Woods is making ahead of The Match on Saturday. Also, Hudson Swafford thinks his former peers are jealous of him and LIV guys. Are they though?
* On today's show, Ryan gets into the good news that the QBE Shootout will feature mixed-gender teams starting in 2023 and what could come next. Also, should there be concern about a lack of buzz for The Match this Saturday?
* On today's show, Ryan gets into Cam Smith mistakenly thinking he missed the 36-hole cut at the Aussie Open only to find out he was drinking beers with a Saturday tee time. Also Rory McIlroy explains the start of his feud with Greg Norman.
* On today's show, Ryan starts talking about the success of the Australian Open playing three tournaments at once and how the PGA Tour could do the same. Also, Jon Rahm says LIV has been beneficial for him, but has it been for all pros?
* On today's show, Ryan wonders what Tiger, Rory and the golf establishment could extract from LIV in cooperation talks. Also, we dig in on the PGA Tour's Form 990 from 2020 to look at Jay Monahan's salary and the Tour's finances.
* On today's show, Ryan looks back on the Aussie PGA and spins forward to the Aussie and South African Opens. What can these events do to get top players? Will the Hero World Challenge suffer in the age of new money in golf?
* On our pre-Thanksgiving show, Ryan gets into Tiger Woods winning $15 million for being The Needle. Also, we get into Gary Player praising LIV as an opportunity for less relevant golfers as Marc Leishman proves Player's point.
* On today's show, Ryan gets into the great end to the CME Group Tour Championship and the embarrassing mix-up with the big sponsor. Also Patrick Reed's $750 million lawsuit was dismissed. Now what?
* On today's show, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm have a disagreement about the new Official World Golf Ranking. Who's right? Also, Rory says Greg Norman has to go from LIV, but would that actually help?
* On today's show, we get into Tony Finau's latest PGA Tour win and the full slate of weekend action. Also we dig in on the strange case of Alex Fitzpatrick's exemption into Korn Ferry Tour Q-School.
* On today's show, Ryan goes into the latest slate of LIV Golf rumors, including potentially replacing Greg Norman as CEO. Also Tiger Woods reportedly wins the PIP again, which is amazing.
* On today's show, Sahith Theegala explains why the PGA Tour is producing new stars after LIV defections and how that's reflected in Q-School results. Also, we go over good changes to the Rules of Golf.
* On today's show, Ryan looks into comments made by Bubba Watson alleging he received appearance fees to compete on the PGA Tour. He also looks into the new DP World Tour schedule and the guaranteed salary for players.
* On today's episode, Ryan gets into Patrick Reed's embarrassing but important lawsuits looking to intimidate journalists and media companies. Also, is there free agency in golf?
* On today's episode, Ryan shares two emotional player stories at the Bermuda Championship. We also touch on the LIV team event starting in Florida.
* On today's show, Ryan digs into comments made my Rory McIlroy about LIV and a path toward reconciliation. Then we look at LIV's team championship this week as the biggest test for the tour's future.
* On our Monday episode, Rory McIlroy is No. 1 in the world again. Ryan explains why McIlroy would still be tops even if Can Smith were getting OWGR points for LIV Golf finishes. Also, the PGA Tour is looking to give a Tour card to the top collegiate player.