Golfing World: McIlroy is player of the month; Bjorn out of the U.S. Open
On today’s GW News, we bring you the latest ahead of the U.S. Open, including a couple of high profile drop-outs. We also tell you who is the European Tour’s player of the month, and we reveal the captains for the 2015 President’s Cup.
Rock stars: Sluman, Funk win Big Cedar Lodge Legends
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins break down all the action from the final round of the Big Cedar Legends of Golf tournament.
Haas, Price named 2015 Presidents Cup captains
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announces Jay Haas and Nick Price as U.S and International team captains for the 2015 Presidents Cup in Korea.
All in the family: Can Haas win a green jacket for his father?
Bill Haas has his sights set on a winning green jacket, something his father Jay could not do in 22 starts at the Masters. Kelly Tilghman, Tripp Isenhour and Michael Breed have the report.
Presidents Cup captains for 2015 to be announced Wednesday
The PGA Tour will announce next year’s captains for the International and U.S. Presidents Cup teams on Wednesday in Ridgedale, Mo., site of this week’s Legends of Golf event.
Haas, Price named captains for 2015 Presidents Cup
PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem announced Wednesday that Jay Haas and Nick Price will serve as captains for the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Quotes of the Week: June 8, 2014
From Kate Upton's slip of the tongue to Phil Mickelson's thoughts on preparing for the U.S. Open, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
Haas has Masters in his DNA ... and the lead after 68
For Bill Haas, the Masters is in his DNA. So it's no wonder he's leading after Round 1.
Haas in the spotlight after 4-under 68
On Thursday, it was Bill Haas' time to shine in the spotlight, as he posted an opening-round 4-under 68 in his fifth career Masters appearance.
Overdrive: One question you'd like to ask Tiger
Lauren Thompson, Damon Hack and Chris DiMarco discuss questions they would like to ask Tiger Woods. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.Hey everyone, happy Friday. Lauren Thompson here, Damon Hack and Chris DiMarco , and time now for Overdrive on GolfChannel.com. 3 additional topics for your viewing pleasure here online. So question number 1 right now, Raymond this is for you. He is still going strong at the age of 60 and is in contention at the Regent's Tradition right now. So what can amateurs learn from Jay Haas ? Longevity. This is a player who has't changed much in his golf swing. To me, it looks the same. It's just as it was when he was winning P.J. Tour events. So you can still play great golf. And this is a 60 year old now that's in contention. Unreal. For a champions tour major. So impressive. I love that he hasn't changed much. Amazing. It was in 2004, my first Rider Cup match, and he
Overdrive: Players to watch
Lauren Thompson Matt Ginella and Rich Beem discuss which player juniors should watch at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, and expectations for Tianlang Guan. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.on Golf's Online Home. I'm Lauren Thompson, joined by Matt Ginella and Rich Beem . Gentlemen, we've got a couple of topics to discuss right here and let's first talk about the junior golfers. We all looked to the pros to set the examples for us. Pick one player for a junior golfer to follow this week in New Orleans. -Me, I'll go with Bubba Watson . He's got that unconventional game, you know, he's leaving every shot by shot. He's got a good perspective about the game. So,
What's in the Bag: Woods, Lewis, Haas
Take a look at what Tiger Woods, Stacy Lewis and Jay Haas used to win last week on their respective tours.