Stadium Course: Players have painful, pleasant memories of PGA West
Chris DiMarco explains how having course experience under pressure can give players an advantage at the 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
All or nothing: Donald, Knost want shot at BMW
Hear from Luke Donald and Colt Knost who are in contention after the first round of the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Peterson finding his game during Web.com Finals
Craig Perks and Whit Watson discuss John Peterson's transformation and how it is paying off for him at the Hotel Fitness Championship.
Super loops: Best, worst players to caddie for
The Morning Drive crew picks the best and worst players to caddie for on the PGA Tour. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Watch: Knost slams home ace at 227-yard 17th
The 227-yard, par-3 17th at Quail Hollow is a beast, but Colt Knost made it look easy Friday when he slammed home an ace. He then birdied the difficult 18th to finish with a 68.
Points WD's from Web.com Tour Championship
Rex Hoggards reports on the controversy surrounding D.A. Points' WD at the Web.com Tour Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.hear later. This is not a DA points problem. This is a PGA tour problem that allows him to play.
Cauley wins Web.com Finals opener, earns Tour card
For the second year in a row, Bud Cauley used the Hotel Fitness Championship as a springboard to the PGA Tour.
Fantasy: Picking Walker to repeat at Frys.com?
Jay Coffin joins Ryan Lavner to make their fantasy selections for the 2014 Frys.com Open. Play alongside our experts by logging onto www.golfchannel.com/fantasy .The fancy golf season is underway. I'm Ryan. He's Jay. Here to help you make your picks for this Friday's frys.com open, the first event of the 2014-15 PGA tour season. And Jay, since I'm the reigning fancy challenge winner and all, it's probably a good thing. That we are agreeing, in the first two groups. Tell the people at home, who you like in group 1? So it's a good thing for me, right? Yes. Since I, since I agree with you. We all hope you can get. Go, going with Jimmy Walker. To me, this one's fairly obvious. Ten top tens from a year ago. Is the defending champion, even though it's a different golf course , but to me, I just saw so much spark. And fire from him off the Ryder Cup, which, oh, by the way,cuz you can get some great value here, he's back on the PGA tour , and he finished in the top fifteen in his last four starts on a web.com circuit. This is a guy who's coming into the PGA tour season playing pretty well. And he makes a ton of birdies. A ton of birdies. But that could be the key this
Knost's recipe for success: Get to work
It took awhile for Colt Knost to learn the secret to success, but once he started putting in the work, good things began to happen.
Knost wants to donate belly putter to USGA
Here's one that's sure to ruffle some feathers in the USGA's Far Hills, N.J., headquarters.
Pettersson leads Heritage by one shot
Carl Pettersson will take a one-shot lead over Colt Knost into the final round of the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links.
Tweets of the Day: June 26, 2012
In a daily Grill Room feature, we offer up the best tweets of the past 24 hours. In this installment, Beau Hossler finds out how nice the pros have it on the PGA Tour.
Fitters' Forum: Colt Knost uses a three wedge system
PGA Tour player Colt Knost shares why he likes to carry a 48 degree pitching wedge, a 54 degree gap wedge and a 60 degree lob wedge in his golf bag.out here on Tour will use the 4-wedge system. Just---- it's all personal preference . For me, being the shorter head around tour, I feel like I need all my irons in the bag, so this setup