Castrale, Rymer reflect on their golf heroes
Nicole Castrale and Charlie Rymer talk about meeting their golf heroes.
Playing with matches: Captains talk lineups
Hear from Solheim Cup captains Julie Inkster and Carin Koch as they prepare for the opening matches of the 2015 Solheim Cup. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Meijer LPGA: Salas shares lead after Rd. 1
Catch the action from Round 1 of the 2015 Meijer LGPA Classic. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Morning Drive: Stupples talks Henderson, LPGA
Karen Stupples facetimes with Morning Drive to discuss 17 year-old phenom Brooke Henderson, Lydia Ko, Julie Inkster and the LPGA.
Present and future: Henderson leads Park
Catch the action from Round 2 of the 2015 Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.Welcome back to the show. Kelly Tillman with David Duval . The LPGA in Irving Texas this week for the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout. The big story coming in was World Number One, Lydia Ko. Coming off her seventh LPGA tour title, that was in California. Ko pledged to donate all of her earnings this week to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund. Fifty for fifty, David. Career cuts made on the LPGA. Ninety-one more to catch Tiger's wonderful streak. That's just mind boggling . She might, she might do that. Oh so you might be giving it away here. You know, wow. She did fight back from an opening round seventy-five, to make the cut on the number. So congrats to Lydia Co, and money will be raised. For that relief fund. Lets take you to the rest of the action, near the top of the leader board. Cheyenne Woods at plus four, trying to make her way up this board. This is the par three, eleven. Nice golf swing . Beautiful golf swing , how does that not go in? That looked like it would go in like a put. Sadly she would go in the
Chasing history: Inkster, 54, tied for third at Pinehurst
Julie Inkster sets out to be the oldest U.S. Women’s Open winner in history. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.come back it's time to turn our attention to the Travelers Championship. Ryan Moore looking for a second win on the PGA tour this season. Plus Sergio Garcia making a charge. That and more, Travelers comingTPC River Highlands right here in Cromwell, Connecticut. There's a look at Ryan Moore . It is two for four. Converting out-writer shared 54 whole leads into wins on the PGA Tour. He'll look to make that three out of five as he will have the lead, heading into Sunday. Let's start with KJ Choi at the 10th. K.J. tried to make a move. And, talking about great tempo. Managed one 8 times on the PGA Tour. He turned in 35 after starting the day one back. A hole that he birdied yesterday. Second hardest hole on the golf course, he makes it look easy for the second day in a row with another birdie. Well this leaderboard was in constant flux after Saturday, that had KJ in the lead. Now it's Ryan Moore chipping in, Ryan Moore takes the lead at 12 under, just up and down, up and down all afternoon. Let's move on to Michael Putnam nowWomen's U.S. Open. And KJ share the lead at 12 is now Ryan Moore . In an almost uneventful day for Ryan Moore , he did make Eagle at the 6th when he drove it down the right, I would imagine he had,ah, the little hop and a skip up the cart path. He went 334 yards he birdied 11 when he chipped in. But there straight forward down the fairway beyond the green birdie and it was enough to get him in the top spot. Brandel, you say uneventful, think about this, he shots a 66 Did not make a putt longer then 6 feet. Oh what a round it could've been for Ryan Moore . Well you know someday, some days are like that. But as you can see a nine players within or 19 players within 5 shots of the lead including Sergio, KJ, Scott Langley but they are all Chasing Ryan Moore . Who spoke with our George Third round, 66 gets Ryan Moore to 13 under par. Top of the leaderboard. how were you able to do that today? You know, today was a great
Tricks are for kids? Inkster, 53, goes low in Rd. 3
Julie Inkster talks about her performance during what she says will be her last U.S. Women's Open ever.weeds out a lot of players, you know, and, and especially this golf course . I mean, you, you just gotta, you gotta play safe golf a lot of times. I mean the greens definitely held betterit, it is theater out there as much as it is a sporting event so, just some thoughts of being part of it. Yeah, I mean, it's great. I'm gonna be right in the mix. You know, I don't know, you know, how it'll finish. I mean, we have a lot of holes left. But, let's just say I'm in a lot better shape today than I was yesterday, so, You know I knew I had to come out here if I wanted to do anything, have a good round. And, and I was able to put it together today, so you know who, who knows tomorrow. I'm just gonna enjoy it, You know, it's a great golf course and enjoy the walk. When you get in this position, do you think like what Tom Hussen did a few years back.
All eyes on Wie heading to final round at Pinehurst
Steve Sands and Mark Rolfing touch on the hot topics going into the final round of the U.S. Women's Open, including Michelle Wie and Juli InksterPinehurst Number Two here, Mark, with the US Women's Open, following the US Open , last week. How do you think the golf courses held up? How do you think the overall ideal worked out as we enter the final round of these final two weeks?