Golf's governing bodies have set out the major championship schedule for the rest of the year. But it's a tad ambitious, isn't it? Alex Perry and Steve Carroll take a reality check

If you haven’t seen, the 149th Open will now be played in 2021 while the other three golf majors – the Masters, US Open, and PGA Championship – have new dates later in the year.

In this episode of the NCG Podcast, Alex Perry and Steve Carroll try to decipher the decisions made at the very top of the game and ask if there is any possibility of us seeing some live golf between now and the end of the year.

Oh, and there’s the small matter of the Ryder Cup, too…

The NCG Podcast: Will the golf majors happen?

Are the governing bodies being over-ambitious with their plans? Should all the majors just be scrapped for 2020? Let us know in the comments below.

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