Frank Nobilo is a former professional golfer and winner of many tournaments turned analyst for CBS Sports.

Frank joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Wyndham Championship which CBS will air the third and fourth rounds of over the weekend.

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Steve asked Frank about Tiger Wood’s chance of finishing in the top two at this week’s Wyndham Championship to qualify for the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs. Frank isn’t very confident it will happen but he’s not ready to completely count him out saying, “there is a chance, but over the past couple of years it’s been a complete aberration, it’s shocking to see a guy who dominated the game fall off like he has.”

Ed asked Frank whether he thinks Woods is in denial about his golf game. Frank acknowledged that he’s not the same player he once was but that his comments are more in line with a player trying to get out of a slump saying, “Tiger seemed to be immune to playing bad golf, I was amazed by his consistency, he’s human and he’s showing all the signs of a player going through a slump. He sounds a bit in denial but from an athlete’s point of view just trying to fight his way out of a slump.”

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Frank continued by discussing the historic season that Jordan Spieth has had this year, Jason Day beginning to get recognition as one of the best golfers in game, and the players with the best chance to win the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs.