Can Langer add another major at Senior Players?
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins preview the 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship
Bart Bryant's wife battling brain cancer
Bart Bryant tells Tim Rosaforte that his wife is battling brain cancer.
Strategies for playing an A.W. Tillinghast course
Charlie Rymer explains how to play at the Philadelphia Cricket Club an A.W. Tillinghast designed course for the 2016 Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Langer happy with opening 71 at Senior Players
Bernhard Langer talks after his opening-round 71 with Tim Rosaforte at the 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship.
Bryant even par at difficult Senior Players
Bart Bryant talks after his round of 70 Friday at the 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship.I'm here with Bart Bryant . Bart nice day to day. One over par for the day, two even par for the tournament. Most cases in the Champion's Tournament, excuse me PGA Tour Championship Event you'd be missing the cut but this is not a normal PGA Tour Championship. No it's not. This is definitely a very top caliber golf push or play I mean it's. It is a major but it really feels like a major too, for us, it's a little wind blowing, a little bit of rough. The greens are pretty dicey in spots, do not want to get above the hole, that's kind of how it is at majors, and it's a golf course out there. If that wind continues to blow up the next couple of days, even par, a couple under may be a
Short: 'I was bushed' after qualifying for U.S. Open
Wes Short Jr. talks after his round of 69 Friday at the 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship.sentence. So, saying, good qualifying. But man you're going to a hard golf course . You should know Decide him in at 94 playoff. What do you know about, if anything? As all the players keep telling
Sluman (69): 'I got a lot out of my round today'
Jeff Sluman talks after his opening-round 69 with Tim Rosaforte at the 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship.We're just talking with Slew about this is the type of golf course that you really wanna play. But I gotta ask Chip, is this the type of day that you really wanna play this golf course . Definitely not this day. It was very difficult and challenging out there Tim. The wind was blustery as everybody can see, but it would be 10 miles an hour, then go to 20 in the middle of a shot. So it was a little bit of a lottery once the ball left your club. You think about the US Open in '92, it looked like you were gonna win for a while, and you get in conditions like this, so in a
Shackelford: Historic venues hosting majors
Geoff Shackelford reviews the Sahalee Country Club course for the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and the Philadelphia Cricket Club course for the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.from L.A. Good morning, Shack. Good morning Cara. Listen, we welcome two major championships this week. Another great week in golf. the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Geoff, at Sahalee Country Club . And the Constellation Senior Players Championship at Philadelphia Cricket Club. They are two of the most historic courses in the United States. Can you tell us what we should expect from these venues? Well, Sahalee certainly is a place that's world renowned for needing to hit the ball very straight. Huge, beautiful redwood trees . Host of the 1998 PGA, it's a Ted Robinson original design, and Certainly gonna be a topic of discussion about ball flight,
Langer 'grateful' after Senior Players win
Bernhard Langer discusses his win at the 2015 Constellation Senior Players Championship.together and just enjoy the city of Boston. And enjoy the beautiful golf course and every thing there is to offer here. We chatted before you went out. You said your strategy was to shoot an
Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship Rd. 3 Recap
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from Round 3 of the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship.Golf Club just outside of Pittsburgh. Let's talk a little bit about Bernhard Langer , Lanny. He has two wins this year. Leads in the Charles Schwab Cup standings, and in his third round. Bernhard Langer threw his first 5 holes was 2 over par. But, he has a way of riding the ship that it feels like no other player does, out here. Well, he does. And once he got it going he was in full, control of, of his game. He, started making putts left and right, and I think as the round went on his swing got better and better and the quality of the shots started, you know, really showing what Bernhard Langer can do. So, I, I think he's got it in a perfect position and we just got to wait and see what happens on the fourth round. All right, well, in the final round obviously Fox Chapel Golf Club has yielded so many tremendous low scores. Last year, Kenny Perry shot 63, 63, 64 over the last 54 holes 20 under par so. Going low is something that we've seen here on Sunday. Why is this golf course so conducive right now to very low scores? Well, it's conducive to low scores from guys who drive it very well and very long. Kenny Perry being one of the longest out here and he's figured this course out. He likes the look, it fits his eye, he's driving exceptionally well. He shot, the scores he shot in the last few days. Making bogeys, so, if he goes out and has a clean round in the fourth round, there's no telling what he may put on the board. Bernhard Langer has never won the Constellation Senior Players, Kenny Perry is the defending champion. Please join us, for final round coverage on Sunday on Golf Channel at 2:30 p.m. Eastern.
Langer leads; O'Meara, Perry in Sr. Players mix
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from Round 2 of the Constellation Senior Players Championship.Fox Chapel Golf Club, consolation senior players championship, the thirty second edition. Bernhard Langer , well a 6 under par 64 in his second round, Lanny to post 11 under par. Langer was dialed in from the start, wasn't he? He really was. The only green that I remember him missing was the one that had mud on it, went left on the thirteenth. Other than that he was flawless, he had a lot of fairways, a lot of quality iron shots and boy is he putting well, maybe as well as I've seen him putt the last 2 years. Alright, last year when Kenny Perry won this event, he fired an opening round 1 over par 71. This year he fired an even par 70. And then last year, on Friday, a 7 under par 63. He did it again this year. Is Kenny Perry read to make that run again? He sure looks like it. He's playing well. And, you know, it didn't even look like he played that great in the second round, and he shot 63. So almost an under the radar 63. So look for Kenny Perry to come out and go low on the weekend. He really likes this golf course . Its the fourth oldest event on the Champion's Tour . Make sure you join us for live third round coverage of the Constellation senior players at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Saturday on Golf
Senior Players recap: Ideal conditions for low scoring
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins break down Round 1 of the 2014 Constellation Senior Players Championship.three days. Alright, it's the third major of the year on the Champion's Tour , make sure you join us for live second round coverage on Friday at 11:30 AM Eastern on Golf Channel .
Major player: Langer tops Sluman for Senior Players
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins discuss the final round of the 2014 Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS ChampionshipBernhard Langer wins for the third time this year, gets his first Majors since 2010, as he captures the Constellation Senior Player's Championship on the second sudden death playoff hole, against Jeff Sluman , and Lanny, at one point during the final round, Langer had a 4 shot lead. He teetered, but, his consistency in the end came through with a gorgeous. Birdie on the second sudden death playoff hole. Well it did, he fought hard all day. Kenny Perry looked like he was in controls at one point in time. A lot of guys were in the mix as it turned out which, in itself was surprising that perry and Langer would struggle enough to put other guys in the, in the tournament, but at the end I think the, the fight in Bernhard Langer . His intestinal fortitude to, to get things done is what, what enabled him to win. What about Jeff Sluman , Nearly made birdie on the first sudden-death play-off hole. One more rotation, maybe it's in and he gets his Major. Yeah. And, he had 3, really, pretty simple wed shots at 18, and never stuffed one up. Had he hit one of 'em, one of 'em close, it would have gotten things done. This was the first of three consecutive Majors on the Champions Tour . And it goes to Bernhard Langer .