In this week's episode, Alex Perry and George Cooper recap wild finishes to both the DP World Tour and LPGA seasons - and much, much more

In this week’s episode of The Slam, a National Club Golfer podcast, there is plenty to discuss from an incredibly busy week that saw the end of the 2022 seasons for both the DP World and LPGA Tours.

When it comes to the former, something isn’t quite right when it comes to how the Race to Dubai standings are calculated, and we think we’ve come up with the perfect plan to solve it. (Mr Pelley, if you’re listening, slide into our DMs.)

As for the latter, it’s been another wonderful season for women’s golf which, we argue, has never been in better shape, and what Lydia Ko has to do to be in the conversation for GOAT status.

We also discuss the bug OWGR fallout – though we don’t necessarily have a fix for this – as well as Cameron Smith and his rather controversial claims about why he moved to LIV, and that phone call with Rory McIlroy.

And we couldn’t let Bryson DeChambeau off the hook – so our resident elite amateur athlete has his say on that matter.

There may also be some World Cup chat, so sorry in advance about that.

Enjoy!

Discussed in this episode of The Slam podcast:

Alex Perry

Editor

Alex has been the editor of National Club Golfer since 2017. A Devonian who enjoys wittering on about his south west roots, Alex moved north to join NCG after more than a decade in London, the last five of which were with ESPN. Away from golf, Alex follows Torquay United and spends too much time playing his PlayStation or his guitar and not enough time practising his short game.

Handicap: 14

George Cooper

A golf fanatic his entire life, George Cooper is NCG's man for all goings-on at the top level of the game, whether it's the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA or LIV Golf. He also looks after NCG's Twitter and Facebook accounts. George is a member of Woburn, but is not friends with Ian Poulter.

Handicap: 14

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