Fantasy: 2015 Farmers Insurance Open
Lauren McDonald and Will Gray play Risk/Reward for this week’s Farmers Insurance Open. Play alongside our experts by logging onto www.golfchannel.com/fantasy
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.
On Points: D.A. prepping for Pinehurst
D.A. Points joins Damon Hack to talk about changes he's made throughout the season and how he is preparing for Pinehurst. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.
Arnie & Me Features Fan Videos Showcasing Adoration for Arnold Palmer, Premiering Tuesday, March 17 at 10 p.m. ET
The fourth installment to Arnie, titled Arnie & Me, premieres Tuesday, March 17 at 10 p.m. ET.
Bizarre reason for Points' WD from Web.com Tour Championship
D.A. Points arrived at TPC Sawgrass on Monday, played an 18-hole practice round and added another nine holes and a few hours of practice on Wednesday to prepare for this week’s Web.com Tour Championship. Instead of teeing off on Thursday afternoon at 2:09 p.m. (ET), however, Points will watch the ...
Quotes of the Week: Feb. 9, 2014
From 'Dirty Harry' explaining how he saved a life to Cheyenne Woods talking about coping with a famous last name, we present this edition of Quotes of the Week.
Points DQd for using 'practice aid'
D.A. Points was in the bathroom at Spanish Bay just before 6 p.m. PT on Friday, changing out of his golf clothes and preparing for dinner with his family, when he received a call from Mark Russell, the vice president of rules and competitions for the PGA Tour. This was no friendly phone call. More ...
Top 10 in 2013: Equipment items
Equipment took center stage in 2013. There were debates and auctions and revelations. Here are the Top 10 Equipment moments of 2013.
Learn to use a weather delay to your advantage
D.A. Points didn't let a weather delay affect him in winning the Shell Houston Open. Would you fare as well under similar circumstances?
Venturi scorecard still a sight to behold
D.A. Points got a kick out of looking at Ken Venturi's legendary scorecard from the 1964 U.S. Open.