I'm on the road the next few days so posting will be light. But I thought it would be a good time to get some views on the FedEx Cup and PGA Tour "playoff" now that it's been a few weeks since the conclusion.
Granted, it's hard to judge it with the Fall Finish still ongoing. And personally, my favorite element of the playoff concept is that it gets golf off the national radar for a few months like other major sports (but for whatever reason, PGA Tour officials can't just say that). And since we have just begun that element of the new tournament structure, it may be early to tell if that is such a great idea.
Of course, if you read Steve Elling's latest piece, the prospects for the Fall Finish aren't so hot, meaning this off season could grow in the coming years and that's not necessarily a good thing.
Nonetheless, I'm curious what you all think of how the playoffs worked out and what you would do to "tweak" it
Personally, I think there's way too much emphasis on protecting the season long points leaders and not enough of a "playoff."
But enough about me. Work that comment button! Big brother is watching in Ponte Vedra.