This week’s Sky Sports Golf Podcast reflects on two close finishes at the Italian Open and The Memorial, while Shane Lowry is on the phone to look ahead to the US Open.
Henni Goya joins Josh Antmann in Memphis, venue for the FedEx St Jude Classic, to review the big talking points from the European and PGA Tour action last week.
Francesco Molinari narrowly failed to record another home victory in Italy as Thorbjorn Olesen claimed his first Rolex Series win in some style, while Bryson DeChambeau was the man shaking Jack Nicklaus by the hand in Ohio after his tense play-off win at Muirfield Village.
Ariya Jutanugarn also needed extra holes to win the US Women’s Open after blowing a seven-shot lead with just nine holes to play in a week which saw the R&A launched their Women in Golf charter – prompting a mixed reaction from Henni.
And, as well as the picks for the week and answering your tweets, Lowry spends five good minutes after coming through sectional qualifying to earn a place in the field at Shinnecock Hills next week.
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