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Matt Adams gives his picks for which players are the ones to watch at the 2016 BMW PGA Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Matt Adams reports on Darren Clarke’s pending announcement of the vice-captains for Europe’s 2016 Ryder Cup team. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Matt Adams reports on Danny Willett being awarded an honorary lifetime membership in the European Tour. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Matt Adams chats with Paul Eales, who is playing in the 2016 Senior PGA Championship.
Landon Dowdy reveals her fantasy picks for the 2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Blair O’Neal and Charlie Rymer explain some of the terms of match play that are used at the 2016 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Amanda Blumenherst, Paige Mackenzie and Lisa Cornwell review the pairing for the 2016 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship final. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Either way you slice it, only Pac-12 foe Washington stands in the way of Stanford winning its second consecutive NCAA title.
Princess Mary Superal made a 10-foot birdie putt on the final hole to lead her Filipino team into the semifinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball on Tuesday.
What to watch for at NCAA Women's Championship
Golf Central previews Stanford and Washington's 2016 NCAA Championship showdown.
The pairings for the 2016 NCAA Women's championship are announced.
Inbee Park will give it a go this week at the Volvik Championship.
Stanford took down a longtime powerhouse, and in the process, established itself as a force to be reckoned with. Washington rode the shoulders of three freshmen.
Washington rallied to shock UCLA, and defending champion Stanford knocked out Duke. Here are the key stats from the semifinals of the Women's NCAA Championships.
Steve Burkowski discusses Washington's run to the National Championship finals.
Garrett Rank of Canada and Patrick Christovich of New Orleans had to play 39 holes Tuesday in winning two matches to reach the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball.
Washington's head coach Mary Lou Mulflur will seek her first championship in her 33 years coaching tomorrow.
Sarah Rhee completed her improbable comeback after holing out the first extra hole.
Stanford coach Anne Walker talks to Billy Ray Brown about preparing for tomorrow's championship match.

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