Monday Scramble: Ko youngest to win LPGA major
Lydia Ko wins the 2015 Evian Championship in record-setting fashion. Will Gray and Ryan Lavner discuss this and more on Monday Scramble.
Monday Scramble: GB&I captures Walker Cup
Will Gray and Ryan Lavner recap weekend winning play at the 2015 Walker Cup, Web.com's Tour Hotel Fitness Championship and European Tour's KLM Open.
MD Headlines: Ko makes major history
Lydia Ko, 18, became the youngest major champion in LPGA Tour history with her victory at the 2015 Evian Championship. Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Norlander discusses Hotel Fitness win
Hear from Henrik Norlander after his win at the 2015 Hotel Fitness Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Hotel Fitness recap: Norlander wins by 3 shots
Whit Watson and Craig Perks break down Henrik Norlander's win at the 2015 Hotel Fitness Championship.three at the Hotel Fitness Championship. He is heading back to the PGA Tour , last full time season there was 2013, after going through cue school. Virtuoso performance for Norlander here on Sunday. Really was incredible, but to be honest with you, when you begin the day six back and you go out and shoot 62, and he talked about that Birdie, birdie, birdie, start. And it's sort of calmed him down. And then he's worked with a Swedish coach. And he talked about it's more of an opportunity. It's not a burden to come out here and try and get your PGA tour card . And he looked very calm and he said You know one of the key components of playing well is not to be concerned with the out come and he did that really well today. The trophy is the trophy, the big goal at the end of the month of course, the 25 extra cards that are still on the line. There were three players: Michael Thompson, Hiroshi Iwata, and Sam Saunders, who by our math, may have secured enough money just this week To guarantee one of those cards. And that is the bigger picture you have to keep in mind. Yeah, you're right. And I like what Michael Thompson who was playing alongside here at Orlando. Went out there and shot 65 today. And he finished 146 in the FedEx Cup. He played five straight years on the PGA tour . He'd won on the PGA tour to come right back here. And finished second in the first week of these finals, pretty impressive. Then Sam Saunders, back to back top fours in the Hotel Fitness Championship. He's going back to the tour. And still plenty of time. Yep. They're not yet drawing the club back for the second, third, or fourth stages of this web.com to our final interesting story. They player that shot 63 at Whistling Straights during the PGA championship . One of the non-members that was here trying to earn his status, looks like he's done so. Well thank you, they're at
Golf in America: Henrik Norlander Interview
Watch Henrik Norlander, 3-Time All-American and member of the back-to-back National Champion Augusta State Jaguars in this ‘Golf in America’ Web Exclusive.