Playoffs? Players on the FedExCup bubble
Gary Williams, Di Dougherty and Claude Harmon III discuss the FedExCup playoffs race and the players that are on the bubble.
Playoff king: Who is the FedEx Cup favorite?
Kelly Tilghman, Chris DiMarco and Damon Hack discuss who has the best shot at winning the FedEx Cup playoffs. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
2011 FedEx Cup champ: Patience pays in playoffs
Bill Haas talks about preparing for the FedExCup playoffs with Damon Hack and Charlie Rymer. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
Near empty: Woods clinging to Cup hopes
Todd Lewis, Steve Sands, Frank Nobilo and Mark Rolfing discuss Tiger's chances to make the FedExCup playoffs and the Ryder Cup.
Headed East (Lake): Tour Champ., media day
Charlie Rymer and Damon Hack check out East Lake Golf Club, host site for the FedExCup playoffs finale. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.for, for both the community of Atlanta because this has been a huge success story for Atlanta and, and also golf. He absolutely loves golf, he brought those two together. And the thing that's so neat about this project here, what the East Lake Foundation has done, not only as it changed this community,. But it's inspired a lot of other projects around the country. This is a very, very special place and I love coming here. Are you amazed at how it looks, driving onto the proper, I mean, it's beautiful. The trees, the houses, there's a, a really warm vibe around this community. It was much different when I was here. You could see. when, when I was in school that this was a very special golf course at one point in time. But it, it, it certainly had fallen a long ways. It had fallen to a position that
Playoff payoff: Players embracing FedEx Cup
Damon Hack and Charlie Rymer talk about the FedEx Cup playoffs Wednesday from East Lake Golf Club. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.what about the fact that we're going to see Roy McIlroy and Phil Mickelson ? There was a time on the PGA tour schedule were the big players, they would sit out. They'd play the major championship schedule and we wouldn't see them anymore. Now they have something else to play for beyond the PGA championship. You know what, you make a great point. This time of year, golf sort of went to the back burner. Everyone was thinking about college football . Everyone was thinking about NFL. Now, I think a lot of people are still thinking about golf at a time of the
Team player: Reed ready for Ryder Cup role
Patrick Reed talks about gearing up for his first Ryder Cup with Damon Hack and Charlie Rymer Wednesday at the Wyndham Championship. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.State, our first year with Henriks, Henrik Norlander, making it on the PGA Tour , his first year like me, and, you know, it's just, it, it's one of those things, that, you know, we're just playing