Night School: Stupples’ best tip she's received
School of Golf host Martin Hall is joined by LPGA major champion Karen Stupples who reveals the best tip she’s ever received. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Morning Drive: Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton Iron Tips
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton give tips for iron play in the simulator. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Night School with Karen Stupples
LPGA Major Champion Karen Stupples reveals to School of Golf's Martin Hall her practice routine for a big tournament. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Morning Drive: Playing Under Pressure Tips
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton give some tips on how to play under pressure. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
A tournament unlike any other in women's golf
Like the Masters on the men's side, the LPGA's first major, the Kraft Nabisco, holds a special place in the hearts of the players.
Morning Drive: Karen Stupples Putting Tips
Karen Stupples shows off some putting tips to improve your golf game. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Morning Drive: Tips to Play Doral
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton give tips on how to play in windy conditions and on Bermuda grass like Trump National Doral. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.talking about shots you might find if you're playing Doral or another golf course down in South Florida , and the wind tends to blow quite a bit down there, Karen. So the first shot, I think we should talk about maybe knockdown shots and hitting under the wind which can be pretty difficult for your average amateur player. -They really can, and to be honest, I grew up in a links golf course back home in the UK and everything was trying to keep it down, trying to keep it low under the wind without
Extra Credit: Stop hitting off-center
School of Golf's Martin Hall and LPGA Major Champion Karen Stupples teach the cure for shots too high and too low on the club face. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.
Pros in the know: Shot-shaping tips
Charlie Rymer, Karen Stupples, and Phil Blackmar give you tips on how to shape your shots. Watch "Morning Drive" everyday 7AM ET.much more comfortable with that. -Phil, your go-to shot. -Very similar to Tiger Woods . The stinger. I like to hit it low. So, if you take your clubhead right here, you deloft it, knock it down right here, hit it low. My thought process being that the lower it went, the less time it had to curve, it couldn't get as far off line. It's gonna hit the ground first. -Did you hear that he just compared himself to Tiger Woods ? -I know. I know. I think he's got-- -Very, very impressive. Gary, I know what these two, I know what their go-to
Closest to the pin: Wie takes her turn
Michelle Wie joins in on a Closest to the Pin Contest in the Golf Channel simulator. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday 7AM ET.
How the Race to the CME Globe came to be
Karen Stupples discusses the new Race to the CME Globe and it's impact on the LPGA. Watch "Morning Drive" everyday 7AM ET.$1.5 million to the winner that puts us in the ranks of PGA Tour , just-- maybe just for that one week but it is still something in a stock. -At significant, you're right. $1.5 million potentially--strength will increase dramatically because of it. -Yeah, very similar to the PGA Tour 500 for wins with 4-fields or any win. The major is 25 percent more for major championship win with respect to points. So again, go to golfchannel.com if you wanna read about all of the particular--
Kerr concedes singles match due to injury
With Cristie Kerr unable to play because of a wrist injury Sunday morning, the Americans conceded her singles match to Karen Stupples at the Solheim Cup.
Creamer, Lincicome leave Europeans 'gutted'
Paula Creamer and Brittany Lincicome rallied in the morning foursomes to earn a full point for the U.S. side.