King: Nobody becomes a champion alone
World Golf Hall of Fame member Betsy King gives tour-tested advice for aspiring young players and their parents.
King: Don't let golf consume you
World Golf Hall of Fame member Betsy King talks on the importance of young players having other interests outside the ropes of professional golf.
Betsy King joins Fairways of Life
Matt Adams chats with World Golf Hall of Fame member Betsy King on Fairways of Life on February 4, 2016.
King reflects on first win, career success
World Golf Hall of Fame member Betsy King talks about her first win on tour and how it jumpstart her professional golf career.
Golf Fore Africa: King helps the less fortunate
World Golf Hall of Fame member Betsy King talks about the 'Golf Fore Africa' charity that helps raise money for poverty stricken children and families in Africa.say Matt that there's life after golf and so I still enjoy playing golf , but I really feel like I've found a greater purpose in being able to help other people. You were born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania. For Yes. A person from the broad shoulder strong, back region of Pennsylvania, to be traveling to Romania, to continue to have deep connections with, and touching the lives of
Fairways of Life: February 4, 2016
Watch Fairways of Life with Matt Adams from Thursday, February 4, 2016. Betsy King was a special guest.when Peyton Manning in the Denver Broncos take on Camden and the Carolina Panthers kickoff set for 6:30 PM eastern from. Levi stadium in Santa Clara. Panthers calls and serious 83 X ten to 26 or
Betsy King helps next generation at Chico’s event
Betsy King discusses playing at the Chico’s Patty Berg Memorial with Symetra Tour Players. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.of the Masters there's a lot of talk of the Big Three, Jack Nicklaus , Arnold Palmer , and Gary Player. You were in elite company in, throughout your career, what I'm gonna call the Super Six. Okay. Amy Alcott, Beth Daniel , Pat Bradley, Patty Sheehan, Nancy Lopez . What was it like competing, week in and week out, against the best players that, maybe, the LPGA's ever seen? It, it was a lot of fun. I think we drove one another. I came on through the same qualifying school that Nancy did. So, and she was such a phenomenon, particularly at the start of her career, that, she was the crowd favorite. She was the Arnold Palmer of the LPGA. So whenever you played with her, it, it was tough but it was great. I mean, she was fine.
Lewis inspired by King but chasing her mark
Hall of Famer Betsy King sees herself in Stacy Lewis.
Lewis, King team up to win LPGA charity event
Stacy Lewis and Betsy King combined to shoot 5 under Monday and win the ISPS Handa Heroes charity event at TwinEagles.
Young at heart King returns
At 55 years old, what motivated Hall of Famer Betsy King to qualify for the U.S. Womens Open this year?
Audio Morning Drive 060711 - Betsy King Interview
6-Time Major Champion and Hall of Famer Betsy King joins 'Morning Drive' to talk about qualifying for the U.S. Women's Open at the age of 55.a very many tournaments since I retired in '05. -You know, Betsy, Fred Funk is gonna be 55 next Tuesday. He qualified for the U.S. Men's Open. It's gonna be played right near where he grew up and Derek [unk] is 58 and Tom Kite tried. Unfortunately, they didn't make it through. They had their certain motivations. What is it about competitive golf that you get that