Ask a Champion: Triplett's indoor swing tempo tip
Four-time PGA Tour Champions winner Kirk Triplett gives an indoor tip to help practice swing tempo.
Good news! Triplett tells First Tee participants
Watch 4-time Champions Tour winner Kirk Triplett surprise Nicole Schroeder from The First Tee of Greater Sacramento by letting her know she's been accepted to play in the Nature Valley First Tee Open this September.
The big reveal: Participants of the First Tee Open
All the participants are revealed for the 2015 Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Pacific Region Participants to Play First Tee Open
Kirk Triplett tells Nicole Schroeder that she will be playing in The Nature Valley First Tee Open. See the names of the other participants chosen from the Pacific region. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Triplett cruises to SAS Championship title
Brian Hammons and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from the final round of the SAS Championship.Kirk Triplett began the final round of the SAS Championship with a two shot lead, and Lanny, he was in control all day longfairway and seventeen in the greens. That's not an uncommon occurrence for Kirk Triplett . He's a terrific ball striker, and we saw a lot of that coming down the stretch today. Win number four on the Champion's Tour for Kirk Triplett . Coming up next for the Champion's Tour we'll head down the road to Conover, North Carolina, for the Greater Hickory Classic, and of course you can see that right here, on Golf Channel .
What's in the Bag: Watson, Webb, Aiken, Triplett
Bag checks for this past week's winners, including Bubba Watson, Karrie Webb, Thomas Aiken and Kirk Triplett.
Haas holds 2 shot lead after Rd. 2 of Greater Hickory
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons break down Round 2 of the Greater Hickory Kia Classic.Jay Haas had a chance to take control of the Greater Hickory Kia Classic today, at one point leading by three, but he struggled coming home. Well he did and he struggled with the putter Brian and he's got two guys in the final group tomorrow, Kirk Triplett and David Frost, that are putting as well as anyone has putted all, all year. So Jay's gotta get off to a good start and try to hold those guys off. For, for the final round. Jay was able to birdie the 18th hole and will take a two-shot lead into the final round. Another guy that has to feel pretty good about things, considering the way he played on Saturday, is Joe Durant . Yeah. Joe Durant , known as a terrific ball striker, did not really play that well today, but managed to birdie the last three holes to get himself just a couple back, heading into the final round. So. You know there's some low scores out there. We've see two scores in the 20s on the first nine holes so look for fireworks for the last day. Lot of pressure on those players outside the top 30 and a good chance for a lot of them to have if they have a good day tomorrow to move inside the top 30 and play in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Well Joe Durant is one of those guys and, and, and as is Roger Chapman he's right on the edge. Rocco Medie hurt himself. With
What's in the bag: Bae, Levy, Triplett
Sang-Moon Bae won his second PGA Tour event at the Frys.com Open. Check out what's in his bag.
Why putt? Triplett leads SAS via hole-out eagle
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons break down the action from Round 3 of the SAS Championship.Thanks to a hole-out eagle at the 18th hole, Kirk Triplett get to 11 under par and will take a two shot lead into Sunday at the SAS Championship. It's gonna be an interesting Sunday. Well, it is and Kirk Triplett's playing beautiful golf. He's hitting fairways, greens. It looks, you know, very much under control. All three these guys in the last group, a little bit depends on their putting. Paul Gordo's coming off a win in Hawaii just a few weeks ago, playing with a lot of confidence, and Tom Layman has a win earlier this year, as does Kurt Kilbrit. So, all three of these guys have, have been to the winner's circle this year, and, they're gonna try and get it done one more time. Guy Borrows had a tough finish in round two. Do you think he can regroup and, and make a Sunday charge? I think so. I think if he has a chance to come out, do a little extra putting tomorrow, make, see if the ball go in the hole. That will build his confidence. He is probably hitting the ball to the green as fine as anyone in the field. So, his iron game looks spectacular. Bernhard Langer shot a Saturday 65. He begins Sunday five shots off lead. You can't count him out. No, you can't. He's probably got
What's in the Bag: Choi, Potter, Siem, Triplett
Take a look inside the bag of last week's tour winners, Na Yeon Choi, Ted Potter Jr., Marcel Siem and Kirk Triplett.