Boeing Classic: Mize Leads by 2 thanks to hot putter
Brian Hammons and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from Round 1 of the 2015 Boeing Classic.
White Dogwood: Par-4 11th at Augusta National
Relive an important moment from the 11th hole at Augusta National when Larry Mize chipped in to eventually beat Greg Norman at the 1987 Masters.
O'Meara recalls funny story from his first Masters
Mark O'Meara, 1998 Masters champion, shares a funny story from his first Masters appearance in 1980 when he was paired with defending Masters Champion Fuzzy Zoeller. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center Monday night at midnight on Golf Channel.
Stop the slice: Try Mize's 'Don't spill the water' tip
1987 Masters champio Larry Mize says 'don't spill the water' in order to stop the slice. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center on Golf Channel.
Feinstein Essay: Larry Mize and Scott Steele
John Feinstein explains one of the most famous shots in Masters history from Larry Mize and how his caddie Scott Steele helped give Mize the edge to win.
Choose Your Next Captains
'Morning Drive' host Gary Williams and Jerry Foltz tell you who should be and who will be the next Ryder Cup captains for the U.S. and Europe.pipeline, who would you start with? -I would go no further than Darren Clarke . He is a very likeable guy. Everybody on the European tour seems to love him. I don't know that he has an enemy. I'm sure everybody does. But it seems like he's a very popular guy and would be an easy guy to play for, to get his team motivated. -What about you? -Well, I would look at Paul McGinley , Paul McGinley is somebody who is -- I think had a big role on the European tour and he's incredibly well respected by the guys who have dotted that team for the last decade or so. -But the [unk] with Europe, your playing resume isn't the barometer by which you get the captaincy. -No and I like that. It's about who is respected, who is well liked and who is going to get the job done. And if you look down the road, Darren Clarke , Paul McGinley , Miguel Ángel Jiménez, [unk]. -That was a good one. -Yes. I think that will be a good one. I actually like him