Gotta Catch 'Em All - The Lo-Down - 7/18/16On the First hour of the Lo-Down, Damien's back with Jason and Ken and the guys start off by talking about the amazing finish of the British Open. They also discuss Ken's trip to the State Fair and what's all the buzz with Pokemon Go. In the second hour of the shows the guys open with "Three The Hard Way" the guys also discussed players who stayed with the same team for their entire career. In the final hour in the show the guys recaped the weekend in sports, and ended with "And-1."
On The Rise: Emiliano Grillo Builds On Golf History FootnoteEmiliano Grillo is the first to win his way onto the PGA Tour and then win the season's opening event two weeks later.
On The Rise: Russell Knox Is Hoping For HazeltineRussell Knox has had some recent PGA Tour success. But none of it will help him qualify for Darren Clarke's 2016 European Ryder Cup team.
On The Rise: Colt Knost Has The Right AmmoColt Knost accepted that distance isn't among his talents on the golf course. This understanding has helped him prosper on the PGA Tour.
Leaderboard: Pressure Separates Contenders And PretendersPressure, and how golfers handle it, is hard to measure on the PGA Tour. But Wells Fargo and AT&T Byron Nelson finishes show it matters.
On The Rise: Kevin Chappell, The Perennial ContenderKevin Chappell made the PGA Tour in 2011 but hasn't yet won a Tour event. He most recently finished second to Jason Day at the Players.
Leaderboard: Jason Day Solidifies Top Ranking With Players WinWins are more important than weeks atop the rankings. Jason Day, who just won the Players, has the wins to back up the #1 ranking.
On The Rise: Justin Thomas, Filling The RackA Kentucky prodigy and son of a golf pro, Justin Thomas followed a path to the PGA Tour like that of highly ranked golfer Jordan Spieth.
Leaderboard: Golf's Best Tee Off At The PlayersFrom The Players Championship through the U.S. Open, the PGA Tour enjoys one of the year's best six-week stretches of golf.
PGA Player DQ'd After Hitting Himself In Head With PutterPGA Tour golfer Zac Blair has been disqualified from the Wells Fargo Championship after hitting himself in the head with his putter - and then using the bent club to finish out the hole.
Leaderboard: Two PGA ToursThe PGA Tour features a big event every month from April through September, creating a split tour. Top golfers skip lesser tournaments.
On The Rise: Patton Kizzire's Eight-Year Overnight Success StoryPatton Kizzire went pro in 2008. But he didn't hit his stride until 2015, placing well on the Web.com Tour and making the PGA Tour for 2016.