Bryden Macpherson's second ISG Podcast appearance is as entertaining as his first, the 27-year-old again showing remarkable insight and maturity despite a heartbreaking close call at qualifying for next year's European Tour. Bryden finished second on the China Tour money list by less than $160 Australian, enough to mean the difference between a trip to the world's second richest Tour and another year toiling on the world's smaller circuits. But with a healthy dose of perspective Bryden has already shrugged off the disappointment and not only is he already looking forward to next year but has some excellent insight into the three Summer of Golf winners as well as the comeback of Tiger Woods.
Don't forget you can also get involved with the Longest Day challenge which will feature MPower Golf staffers Adrian Logue and Nick Thornton playing 72 holes in a day at a soon to be announced date and venue. You can follow Adrian's Twitter account (@AdrianLogue) for details and updates and you can donate to the boys' effort at https://longestdaynsw2017.everydayhero.com/au/longest-day-2017-sydney