Top 5 shots from the ANA Inspiration
Take a look back at the Top 5 shots from the 2016 ANA Inspiration.
LPGA rookie spotlight: Annie Park
This week's LPGA rookie spotlight is USC Alum and 2013 NCAA individual champion Annie Park
Vicky Hurst and Annie Park discuss making it onto the LPGA Tour
Vicky Hurst talks about returning to the LPGA Tour after getting her card back. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Dreams come true: Symetra players graduate to LPGA
Hear from some of the 10 Symetra Tour players to advance to the LPGA Tour. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Park earns third Symetra win of season
Annie Park earned her third Symetra Tour win of the season on Sunday, and looks forward to joining the LPGA in 2016.
Hit it long with Vicky Hurst and Annie Park
Vicky Hurst and Annie Park give tips on how to hit the ball further. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.you are very long, you know, it's long drive Monty here at Golf Channel . We got the World Long Drive Championship starting tomorrow night . Everybody wants to know how to hit the golf ball farther. You haven't played a lot of Pro-Ams yet, you're gonna get that question a lot. But, can you get up and hit one for me, and maybe give me a key, Annie, for Picking up a little bit of distance off the tee, something that, you know, maybe just one simple thing that'll help our viewers hit the golf ball a little bit farther. When there's a shot that I need to hit a really long drive, what I like to think
Seeking fourth Symetra win of year, A. Park 3 back
Annie Park opened with a 3-under-par 69 Thursday in a bid to win the season-ending Symetra Tour Championship at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Stanford's Aubert defeats USC's Park, 4 and 2
Stanford's Shannon Aubert talks about her 4&2 win over USC's Annie Park in semifinal play of the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championship.part of the history. And just have the chance to win the national title . Best of luck. Well played today. Thank you.
NCAA Women’s Championships: Rd. 2 action
Watch some of the highlights from Round 2 of the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.Let's get to some of the highlights. And we start with the defending champions from Duke. They've won a total of six NCAA championships . Yeah, they have. Leona Maguire, this is 16th hole, the relatively short hole. She's chipping up the hill there. Good effort. Almost
College Central: Top NCAA women's players
Steve Burkowski and Golfweek's Lance Ringler and Julie Williams give their choices for the top women's players in this College Central Special. Read more from Lance Ringler and Julie Williams at golfweek.com .from Golf Week, Julie Williams from Golf Week as well. With the spring season here, the post season right around the corner in the women's collegiate game, Julie, who do you have your eye on, even though it's early, asthink if she maybe steps it up a little bit in the post season then yeah, I think absolutely she's on the table. Well, a lot of quality players to keep an eye on as this spring season rolls around. Thanks for joining us on this College Central special.
Northrop Grumman Regional: NCAA battle in SoCal
Scott Rude reports from the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, Calif. He interviews players from USC and UCLA.-Welcome back to Morning Drive. The Northern Trust Open on the PGA Tour , not the only golf happening out in California this week. We've got a big collegial tournament. And for more on that, let's send it out to Scott Rude. -Thank you very much. We're at the Palos Verdes Golf Club, which is about 25 miles south of Los Angeles, for the 19th Annual Northrop Gumman Regional Challenge, which is the most elite field of any women's college event other than the NCAA Championship . The top five teams in the country are here, including the local powerhouses. Number one, USC, number two, UCLA. And as most
They're gr-eight! USC extends winning streak
Scott Rude reports on USC's 8th straight win at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.it leads to. -Annie Park's swing coach since age 13 has been Tiger Woods' coach, Sean Foley. Spoke to Sean after Park's victory on Tuesday. He said that Annie has all the ingredients to be a great golfer, most notably her composure. He joked, "I can never tell if Annie won the golf tournament or shot 80." That will do it from Palos Verdes Golf Club. Let's go back to the studio.