Morning Drive: Player talks fitness
Gary Player gives his tips on staying healthy on and off the golf course. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Golfing World: Get to know Michelle Wie
Golfing World catches up with former teen sensation and now LPGA star Michelle Wie.
Golfing World: Jessica Korda player profile
Golfing World gets up close and personal with the 2014 Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic winner Jessica Korda.
Golfing World: Arnold Palmer and the Ryder Cup
We sit down with Arnold Palmer as the legend talks through his Ryder Cup dominance.
Golfing World: Top 10 - Ryder Cup Putts
Golfing World counts down of the top 10 putts at the Ryder Cup.Cup for Europe. Ending America's 28 years strangle hold on the trophy. Justin Leonard's long putt on the 17th of Brookline in 1999 is one of the most famous or infamous putts of all time. With America on the ropes heading into the final day singles, moments of magic against Jose Maria Olazabal was part of a stunning fight back by the US, which say them overhaul four point deficit to emerge victorious. The comeback
Golfing World: Go Gators! Get to know Billy Horschel
We sit down with Billy Horschel as he looks ahead at 2014.had a pretty good run. You were sharing the halfway lead with Phil Mickelson . The only two players under par. You went on to finish tied fourth. But do you think this kind of a tournament,
Golfing World: Catching up with Creamer
We sit down with Paula Creamer as she looks ahead at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.be, you know, equally as important as winning even just the, the US Open here. Royal Birkdale has quite a history, the Curtis Cup, Walker Cup, two Ryder cups and nine open championships have all been played here. With such a rich past it makes this the perfect venue, for the worlds best women golfers. It's a great golf course , you definitely have to you know, hit all kinds of shots there, you have to be able to really think about the wind. there, I don't think there is a golf course that changes more in season than, that place. So being able to adapt to what you have out there is important. The par three's are great holes, some tricky ones, definitely you know the finishing. Back nine with, you know, the couple par fives. I think there's three or four par fives on the back that you have to take advantage of as well and, I'm glad that we're going back there, I think it's a good golf course , it's a good course for our games. And Links Golf of course offers a unique test, a completely different challenge for players,
Golfing World: Ryder Cup veteran Mark James
We sit down with Ryder Cup veteran Mark James ahead of this year’s Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.Clark, Europe headed into the singles, needing five points to retain the Ryder Cup . However, midway through the final day, they were only up in one of the 12 matches. Mark James' encounter against Marc O' Meara. Where he found himself four up with five to play. With even Seve Ballesteros faltering, losing his match against Paul Azinger, European success was, by no means, guaranteed. However, James' victory over O'Meara put Europe's first singles points on the board, and rounded off a fantastic Ryder Cup for the Englishman. I played well three points out of four. So yeah, that was, that was without a doubt my best Ryder Cup . And I played well all season. Quite often I've played well in a season, and around September my game goes off. I don't know why. But that year I was still playing well. And and I kept it going right to the end. More European success followed as Payne Stewart endured a disastrous 18th hole to gift a win to Jose Maria Olazabal . Ireland's Christy O'Connor Jr. then played his memorable two iron shot into the 18th green to beat Fred Couples on the final hole. Europe almost had the 14 points they needed and it was left to Jose Maria Canizares to hold