MD Headlines: Reed in hunt at Honda Classic
Patrick Reed sat two shots off the lead after Round 1 at The Honda Classic. Despite high winds, Reed managed to carve seven birdies to finish Thursday at 3-under par . Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Honda LPGA Thailand: Round 3 recap
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the Honda LPGA Thailand.
Six pack: Ko takes home another title in Australia
Catch the action from Lydia Ko's 6th LPGA Tour win. Hear from the world number one as she talks about her game after the victory.
Yang follows 67 with second-round 66 in Thailand
Amy Yang talks about her 6-under 66 after second-round play at 2015 Honda LPGA Thailand. Watch the LPGA Tour on Golf Channel.
Yang overcomes nerves, Lewis to win in Thailand
Amy Yang comments on her final-round performance at the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament.and turns on the back nine, I think I can hear your heart beating from here. Oh my gosh, yeah, I was a little bit nervous out there. But I tried, I tried just focus on
MD Headlines: Harrington wins Honda Classic
Padraig Harrington defeated Daniel Berger on the second hole playoff to win the Honda Classic at PGA National. Golf Channel's Damon Hack brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.are your morning drive headlines presented by the new TaylorMade Aero Burner. Padraig Harrington defeated Daniel Berger on the second playoff hole to win the Honda Classic. The 2005 champ finished 72 holes at six under par, and earned his first PGA tour win since the 2008 PGA championship. Fresh off her win last week in Australia, Lydia Ko once again proved why she's world number. Number one with a win Sunday at the New Zealand Women's Open. After breaking the Clearwater Country Club's course record with a 61 on Saturday, the native New Zealander followed it up with a one under par 71 to capture
Thai clip: Yang beats Lewis for second title
Catch all the action from the final round of the Honda LPGA Thailand.end of her hopes. Especially when was having to knock in her birdie putt at 15. But then, she came to 17 and had the pressure of this par putt to take a two shot lead
Evain Championship: Yang flags approach at 17
Amy Yang hits her approach to inches away from the hole on the 17th hole in the second round of the Evian Championship.
Sights and sounds: Round 3 of U.S. Women’s Open
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the U.S. Women’s Open. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.back, it is time to turn our attention to the Traveler's Championship. Ryan Moore looking for his second win of the PGA Tour this season, plus Sergio Garcia making a charge. That and more. Travelers, comingTPC River Highlands, right here in Cromwell, Connecticut. There's a look at Ryan Moore . Is two for four, converting out Ryder shared 54 hole leads into wins on the PGA Tour. He'll look to make thatconstant flux on Saturday. That had K.J. in the lead, now it's Ryan Moore chipping in Ryan Moore takes the lead at 12 under. Just up and down, up and down all afternoon. Let's move to Michael Putnam now and
Wie leads by three through two rounds at Pinehurst
Michelle Wie will take a three-shot lead into the weekend as she looks to win her first career major at the 2014 U.S. Women's Open.
Highlights: Wie, Pettersen two back in Korea
Gary Williams, Holly Sonders, Charlie Rymer and Steve Flesch discuss Michelle Wie's and Suzann Pettersen's first round at the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship. Watch 'Morning Drive' Weekdays at 7AM ET.a look at the leader board at the [unk] over there in South Korea [unk] that leads [unk] but that is a quintet at the top of the leader board including Catherine [unk] and Amy Young,
Choi takes command of U.S. Women's Open
Na Yeon Choi took over the Women's Open with a 65. No surprise, as Koreans have dominated this event recently.
Tom Abbott files notes from France following the first round of the Evian Masters.