Water Week: Changing courses to conserve water
Matt Ginella sits down with Bob Farren, Director of Golf Courses and Grounds for Pinehurst Resort, and Jim Moore, Director USGA Green Section, to discuss the changes golf courses like Pinehurst have implemented to conserve water. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Water Week: 'One of biggest issues' facing golf
Matt Ginella sits down with Jim Moore, Director USGA Green Section; Craig Kessler, Director of Governmental Affairs, SCGA; Bob Farren, Director of Golf Courses and Grounds, Pinehurst Resort; and Dana Lonn, Managing Director Center of Technology, Toro to discuss water conservation in golf. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Condition-al status: Mother Nature at Pinehurst
Gary Williams speaks with Bob Farren about the challenges that the U.S. Open player will face on Pinehurst No. 2.
Now and then: Restoring Pinehurst No. 2
Todd Lewis with talks Bob Farren, Director of Grounds & Golf Course Maintenance for Pinehurst Resort, about the research and restoration efforts that went into the course changes to Pinehurst No. 2.
Ride the Pine: Back-to-back Opens at Pinehurst
Gary Williams and Damon Hack talk with Bob Farren about the course changes being made to Pinehurst for the men’s and women’s U.S. Open. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.summer. They will play back to back National Open on the same golf course , that golf course is Pinehurst. Bob Farren is the Course Manager of Pinehurst and he came in earlier this week. Talked with Damon Hack about what's gonna happen this summer. -Thank you very much. Bob, the clock is ticking toward June, the US Open followed by the Women's Open. How much pressure you're feeling right now? -You know, not-- not a lot. We've-- we've been workinggreat compliment to Number Two. -If you're a fan going to the US Open in June, is there a place on the golf course where you would send them say, hey, go watch the pros play this hole? -I think the-- I think the third green