Jeff Ritter is the Senior Editor of Sports Illustrated Golf.
Jeff joined Ed and Steve live from St. Andrews to talk about the final round of the Open Championship.READ MORE: Grey Seal Pup Eloise Rescued, Rehabilitating At National Aquarium In Baltimore
Steve asked Jeff what kind of round it would take for the leaders to win the Open and how the tournament might finish up. Jeff believes “it’s possible that a two or three under round from the leaders could win it,” and if the weather cooperates the final round could turn into a shootout.READ MORE: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan To Hold COVID-19 News Conference Tuesday At 1 P.M.
Ed asked Jeff how long Tiger Woods will continue with his current level of play. Jeff said that “it seemed there was always a dark cloud over Tiger when he played, I don’t know where he goes from here, what he’s going through is extremely tough.” Jeff thinks that Woods needs to take an extended break to continue work on his game.MORE NEWS: COVID In Maryland: 468 New Cases, 26 Deaths Reported
Jeff continued to talk about how long Tiger has left in his career and if we might be seeing the end of his winning ways. Jeff also touched on Jordan Spieth, both on his game and on his personality, and ended with predicting South African Louis Oosthuizen as the winner of the Open Championship.