Golfing World: Get to know Mark Wiebe
We sit down with defending Senior Open champion Mark Wiebe ahead of this year’s senior Open.
Golfing World: Catching up with Suzann Pettersen
We sit down with LPGA star Suzann Pettersen.
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.
Open season: Is Woods ready for major test?
Gary Williams, Damon Hack and Charlie Rymer discuss Tiger's future and how they think he will perform in this year's Open Championship. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Golfing World: Behind the scenes at Pinehurst
We go behind the scenes at Pinehurst and talk to those in the know about the famous No. 2 course, which is set to host both the men’s and women’s U.S. Opens this year.version of Pinehurst number two bares little resemblance to the courses where Payne Stewart and Michael Campbell won the US Open. Vin Crenshaw and Bill Core were called in to restore number two back to Donald Rossi's original vision. A task completed in 2011. In 2005 for the U.S Open it was very much from tree line to tree line green grass, and very little sand, very little wire grass. And as we went back and looked at historical photos, and thought about what Planters really is it's not a manicured golf course it's a natural golf course . I think that what Ben Crenshaw and Bill Quarl were able to do is they haden't changed the shot value so your hitting the same shot that you
Golfing World: Catching up with Padraig Harrington
We sit down with three-time major winner Padraig Harrington as he looks ahead to this year’s Irish Open.first time in 15 years. You can forgive three time major winner Padraig Harrington for feeling a bit aggrieved. It does mean, however, the 42 year old's full attention has been on this weeks tournament, the
Golfing World: Inside the GOLFslinger.com Tour
We go behind the scenes at the GOLFslinger.com Tour and find out about the importance of the minor tours in developing golfing talent.their potential and are just trying to either get back to the PGA Tour or back to the Web.com Tour. The mini-tour level golf is very important because over the last ten years you can see how a lot of those players have developed into major championship winners. Zach Johnson played the mini-tours for a long time. He became a Masters champion. Even Bubba Watson , I, I played with Bubba on what was called the Maverick Tour. Players that have played out here have won almost 60 times on major tours. We have had over 40-some Web.com winners. Nine PGA Tour winners, Champions tour winners and Lexi, of course, is winning on LPGA Tour. Yes, Jay is talking about that Lexi. Lexi Thompson, who last month
Golfing World: Sandy Lyle at The Open
We sit down for a chat with Sandy Lyle who looks back on his career in The Open Championship.of the game, Sandy Lyle, who triumphed in tough conditions at Royal Saint George's . Well, it doesn't get any better than that, when you finish number one at the end of the week. And, that was
Faldo: 15th major would be Tiger's 'greatest achievement'
Forget the U.S. Open victory by 15 shots, or the career grand slam by the age of 24, or the Tiger Slam. Nick Faldo says the greatest accomplishment of Woods’ career would be a 15th major title.
Golfing World: Lexi's best shot
2014 Kraft Nabisco champion Lexi Thompson tells us all about her 'best shot' ever.teenager, Lexi Thompson. Still only 19, she's already won once on the Ladies' European tour , and three times on the LPGA tour as well. Her selection comes from her most recent victory on the LPGA. My putt, threw the win for the Lorena Ochoa invitational. You know, it was like a 5-footer, but for the win it's just like. You know just to drain it. There's
Golfing World: Get to know Colin Montgomerie
2014 Senior PGA major winner Colin Montgomerie sits down for a chat with us ahead of the 2014 Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl.his team did a great job at Medina and let's hope that Paul McGinley can do the same at the Needles. But you know, it's, it's, it's getting close, the Americans are getting the hang of