Ginella’s Journey: Reynolds Plantation
Matt Ginella shows you where to play and stay at Reynolds Planation in Greensboro, Georgia. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
College Central: Men's national championship preview
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner review the Men's Regionals, preview both the NCAA Team and Individual National Championships and make their predictions for who they think will advance and ultimately win.
College Central: Women's regional recaps, men's previews
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner recap the Women's NCAA regionals, preview the Men's NCAA regionals and summarize the PGA Minority Championship.
Golfing World: Inside the ISPS Handa GWAA Awards
Golfing World go behind the scenes at the ISPS Handa GWAA Awards, where Adam Scott and Inbee Park were among the big winners
Augusta's top golf courses, restaurants during the Masters
Travel expert Matt Ginella breaks down area golf courses in Augusta where you can be more than a patron, but actually tee it up during Masters week.
No. 5 Georgia tops 'Bama for second win of season
The University of Georgia has already produced four winners this season on the PGA Tour. The Bulldogs’ current crop of talent isn’t bad, either.
College Central: Men's championship picks
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner discuss who they think the top 8 teams to move on to match play will be as well as who will be crowned the individual champion.an issue? Yeah I think we're in agreement here with, with Alabama, Georgia Tech , and Oklahoma State as being the top of the class virtual shoe ins, to make that that match play bracket. And thenthey have enough to get inside that top eight. But, if the wind blows , if it's blowing 30, you can throw these predictions out the window. Yeah, and Stanford also in your mix similar proposition, Patrick Rogers, Cameron Wilson, a great one-two punch, so those are the 8 teams you have moving on to match play. Take us to Wednesday afternoon, maybe even early evening in Prairie Dunes. What team will be the 2014 National Champions ? I think Georgia Tech . I, I love what they've done all season long. Ali Schneider Jantz has been one of the best players in the country. I love Oklahoma State's deaf great player that's at the top of their line up. Windham Clark and Jordan Niebrugge. But, how can you pick against Alabama? 4 players inside the top 50, no other team has that. They had the senior leadership of Cory Bobby White, Trey guys who were there last year, during their championship run and a little bit of a secret weapon for them, their assistant coach, Mike McGraw, the former head coach at Oklahoma State, has won six Big 12 titles, three as
UGA freshman on transition from HS to college
Georgia's Sammi Lee joins Damon Hack and Dr. Gio Valiante to talk about making the transition from high school golf to college golf. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.to living, eating, breathing golf. So you have to find that work, life , balance . We seem to be in an era of golf where young people are doing amazing things. Whether they're talking about Jordan Spieth, or Scotty Scheffler, or Lucy Lee. At 11 years old, Sammi making it into the US Women's Open. Can you even wrap your mind around a child, a little child is going to playing in the national championship next month? I can't, I mean I can't imagine. I'm trying to think what I was doing at 11 years old and that is such an amazing feat to accomplish. And my many congrats to her. It's, I can't, I really can't wrap my mind around it. She's so little,
College Central: Men's NCAA regionals preview
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner preview the 2014 Men's NCAA Regionals.we think it would on paper, trying to fill out brackets for March Madness . I mean the chalk, just always doesn't advance. I look at that Illinois regional with the potential shake up. Clemson a six seed, Ken State a seventh seed , Purdue an eighth seed. Herb Page the head coach for the Golden Flashes of Ken State they almost seemingly make a run to
Golfing World: Inside look at Palmetto Golf Club
Golfing World take a close look at Augusta National’s next-door-neighbor Palmetto Golf Club.the country have sent their young architects out there to see the golf course . There very few flat spots on it either you're uphill, downhill, side hill, good players think whenever they step on the first tee, and look at the yardage on the golf course they're gonna. You know, shoot 50, and then they shoot 80. Well, a lot of golf courses, you play to a spot. You hit a certain club off the tee, and you always have the same shots, and whereas here, it's not necessarily a tight golf course . It's pretty open. So, but you're all the time playing, you know, to, to, to different areas. And, you know, different shots. A great way to put it, Tom Weiskopf, whenever he played out here. Somebody asked him how he liked the golf course , and he said, I only hit one or hit every club in my bag except my one iron. Weiskopf is one of many famous visitors. Ben Hogan used to prepare for Augusta by practicing here. He said holes three, four and five were his all time favorite trio of consecutive par fours. The great Bobby Jones declared the 7th as one of his favorite par 3s. When you walk in the front door of the golf shop, that's
Brian Harman talks the latest in Georgia golf
Brian Harman discusses the Sea Island Mafia and the rise of stars in Georgia. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.about this story of you carrying a ticket from Morocco in your golf bag to kind of remind you of where you've been. You've played on the mini tours. You've grinded. You've planed in Europe. How much do those memories kind of carry you forward to know, you know, you're on the PGA Tour . You don't want to go back to the mini tours. It's so easy to take stuff for granted on tour because they
Ga. product Henley excited for another Masters trip
Russell Henley said it “hurt” to see the Masters commercials and know that he wasn’t yet in the field. Not anymore.