Golfing World: Inside The Game, PNC Father Son Challenge
We go behind the scenes at the recent PNC Father Son Challenge and speak to the stars
Golfing World: Hale Irwin talks Ryder Cup
Golfing World sits down with Hale Irwin as he talks us through his experiences with the Ryder Cup.
Golfing World: Sandy Lyle talks World Match Play
Golfing World chats with major winner, and former World Match Play champion Sandy Lyle about his memories of competing.
1983 British Open: Hale Irwin
A British Open golden moment of Hale Irwin at Royal Birkdale in 1983.
Stock Watch: McIlroy really good; secrets really bad
In this week's Stock Watch, Rory McIlroy continues to rise while we take the PGA Tour to task for its secretive nature.
Irwin: Legend among Champions Tour legends
Gary Williams is joined by Hale Irwin to discuss Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.man who owns many of the historic benchmarks, earnings, wins, on the Champions Tour . Hale Urwin, it's nice to see you. It's good to be here. Thank you. Well this is this is old home weekholes. It's really nothing short of spectacular. But I think for the Champions Tour particularly, but maybe golf in general, it shows that we can incorporate. These other venues into something that makes a lot of sense, that makes a lot of fun. And frankly, we are in the entertainment business. We need to provide the entertainment. And, and the players are being entertained this week with this golf course . Next week is the US Open . You're a three time champion of the national championship. Did you happen to see any of the re-airing of the 74 massacred wing foot that we had on Golf Channel last week? You think I want to get massacred again? That, that was a, a very difficult venue. And, and just to relive it in my mind is scary enough. But no I didn't get a chance to. I, I do have it at home. I have looked at it on occasion. It a, it brings back some frightening memories of how difficult that golf course was. For players who play and, and think they, they can contend. Everyone said, well you had the makeup to be a US Open champion. What is the makeup of a US Open champion? Idiocy? Stupidity well I think what you have to have in, for any. Any successful endeavor, it really doesn't matter what it is. You have to have that, the soul and the want and, and the desire to excel. But I think for a US Open in particular, you have to have a tenacity. Because it is gonna test you. You're, it's gonna test all the facets of your game, but more than anything else it's gonna test your patience. Mm-hm. Because you don't have. Birdie holes that you might ordinarily have in, in another golf course . You're not looking oh, here comes a par five, I can breathe out. Well, you, you better hang on, it might be
School of Golf: Get Your Timing Right - May 23, 2012
School of Golf host Martin Hall will teach you all about timing. Learn how to find it and apply it to your golf swing. Plus, Holly Sonders will help answer viewer questions and assist with the instruction.the model for some of the best timing in a game is Lee Westwood . He spends some time as world number one so I think he knows what he's doing obviously. And up next we'll breakI'm going to bring up in a moment here the swing of Lee Westwood , one of the best ball strikers on Tour. -Certainly. -I mean, basically no one hits it any better tee to green than Lee Westwood . So if we can bring up Lee Westwood , we'll see if his left arm is in fact straight at impact. This was taken at the [unk], it's very recent. And you'll see here, I mean it's a beautiful golf swing, I mean he's a great ball striker, there's no question about that. But if we look at where he is at impact, it's fascinating to me that a great ball striker like Lee Westwood can be with his left arm bent just before impact. I'm going to draw a line from his left shoulder to hiskeeping his left arm straight. Let me give you some thoughts on Lee Westwood and how he's such a great ball striker without his left arm being straight. Now some of you will remember that Lee
Top 10 Pebble Beach Moments
Aside from the beauty of the Monterey Peninsula, we offer the Top 10 moments from Pebble Beach.
Playing Lessons: Best of Driving
The best tips on driving the ball, some from the longest hitters on the PGA Tour. Includes Fred Couples, Hale Irwin, John Daly, Fred Funk, Bruce Fleisher, Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Anthony Kim and Camilo Villegas . With guest host Colin Montgomerie.Really? Of course, you got your Hank Haney's and you've got your John Daly's who can turn physically a lot different from you and I. I don't turn so I don't have that power that's generated.
Playing Lessons: Best of Putting
The best of putting tips from touring pros including Billy Casper, John Daly, Gary McCord, Hale Irwin, Tom Watson, David Feherty, Corey Pavin, Justin Leonard, Dave Stockton, Jim Furyk, John Cook, Gary Player, Nancy Lopez, and Daniel Chopra and actor Anthony Anderson. With guest host Brad Faxon.it from the back side. -I played in the Scottish Open with Johan edfors and he won. I played the first 36 holes of this young man and he had a very different grip than I've