MD Headlines: Streb wins at Sea Island
Golf Channel's Damon Hack brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Breaking it down: Analyzing Kang's swing
Two-time U.S. Women’s amateur champion Danielle Kang shares what swing changes she is working on with Paige Mackenzie, Chris DiMarco and Damon Hack in the simulator. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Closest to the pin: Kang takes her turn
Danielle Kang, Chris DiMarco, Kelly Tilghman, Damon Hack take swings in the simulator for a closest-to-the-pin contest on the stadium par-3 hole No. 16 at TPC Scottsdale. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.
Patience: Kang on turning pro and family matters
Two-time U.S. Women’s amateur champion Danielle Kang talks about making the transition from amateur player to professional golfer, her musical talents and family with Kelly Tilghman and Paige Mackenzie. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Stock Watch: Winning cars is great; cheating is not
It's great to have a pair of aces, especially when they win you two cars. But it's not good to keep them up your sleeve.
Auto-matic: Kang can't stop winning cars
Two holes-in-one netted Danielle Kang two cars in consecutive weeks on the LPGA. Her secret? Belief and divine inspiration.
What a week for Kang: Two aces, two cars
Danielle Kang has yet to win an LPGA tournament. She's 104th in the current Rolex Rankings. But she has a talent most of us would kill for. Danielle Kang can make holes-in-one.
Kang aces hole, wins car three days after birthday
Danielle Kang gave herself a nice belated birthday gift in Thursday’s opening round of the Blue Bay LPGA in China.
Two-time U.S. Women's Amateur champion turning professional
Danielle Kang is turning pro after winning her second consecutive U.S. Womens Amateur title earlier this month.
Audio Morning Drive - Danielle Kang Interview
2-Time U.S. Women’s Amateur Champion Danielle Kang joins ‘Morning Drive’ to discuss winning back-to-back amateur titles and also talks about her professional aspirations.He just makes me really at home practicing at my regular home golf course , and the worst part is that if I had a bad shot I yell at him so he gets mad at me at the end. -You know Danielle you've had some experience, you know seeing the best players in the world, you'd performed well in some of these major championships that you have gotten into. What is the best lesson you've learned just simply by observing from the best in the world? -You know, the best I think is, you know, that every shot counts and being patient on the golf course . It's a matter of time and you just gotta wait for it. You can't be rushing into things. -Alright. So I saw
An indelible lesson
Danielle Kang is soaking up her grouping with Yani Tseng and Paula Creamer for just what it is ' a learning situation.