Top 3 stories from the 2014 LPGA season
Randall Mell and Lauren McDonald recap the top three stories of the 2014 LPGA season.
Wie, major champs make '14 banner year for LPGA
Damon Hack discusses the Race for the CME Globe with LPGA commissioner Michael Whan. They also discuss Michelle Wie's wins this season Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Whan: 'Major security' LPGA priority in 2015
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan discusses the number of events on the LPGA and what is in store for 2015. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
LPGA lands sponsor for International Crown
Michael Whan discusses the new sponsorship and location for the International Crown. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
LPGA, PGA of America partner on Women’s PGA Champ.
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan and PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua announce the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.to eagle there. Let's to the number one player in the world, Adam Scott who, well, he did double bogie the ninth hole turned into just two under par in, at 33 years of age, well,we take a look at some of the notable scores. How about Adam Scott with a three-under, 69? Jordan Spieth, his seventh straight first round at par or better. That's why the guy Top 10's just about each and every week. The struggles continue for Rickie Fowler. A 75 for Rickie. Live second round coverage of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance continues Friday at 2, only on Golf Channel. Of course, always available streaming 24/7 with the Golf Live Extra app. Still to come, world number one Adam Scott . Hear his thoughts after the opening round. For Adam. That's straight ahead, you're watching Golf Central. In his prime, no player wascome on Golf Central. He's the number one player in the world. Adam Scott won just last week. Hear from Scott. He's six back of Rory McIlroy. Golf Central, brought to you by the new Titlest
Whan: 'Hard not to like' Int'l Crown action
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan discusses potential changes to and the future of the International Crown. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.Seattle Sea Hawks. I'm sure they felt they could have one the Super Bowl too but you gotta get it done to get into Sunday. Mike with only four players it's understandable why there would be
Closest to the pin: Whan takes his turn
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan participates in the 'Morning Drive''s Closest to the Pin contest. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday 7AM ET.LPGA unfinished? -Yeah, I'm gonna finish right here. -Let's see if this golf swing is finished. -Look at that. -Wow. -All that actual-- -Oh no, no. -Get left! I said get left! Oh! -Holly-- -Where is'14.) -We really appreciate your insight. We love your enthusiasm. And your golf swing -- -Welcome home. -Yes, thank you for this-- -also rock solid. -Keep your day job. -Yeah. -Keep working on your golf game.
Whan: Expect bigger and better on LPGA in 2014
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan gives his expectation for the LPGA for 2014. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday 7AM ET.to Pinehurst No. 2. It's gonna be a huge circus atmosphere surrounding Phil Mickelson as he attempts the career grand slam in the place where he lost to Payne Stewart 15 years ago, and talking to a couple of your star players, the likes of Michelle Wie or Suzann Pettersen. -Yeah. -Some of the women have expressed frustration about going second after the men in the following week. Concerns
Quotes of the Week
From Jack Nicklaus reminiscing about his rivalry with Arnold Palmer to Tiger Woods' tournament moving across the country to Lydia Ko's pro debut, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
Whan: Women's major in Asia 'inevitable'
Will Asia ever be home to an LPGA major championship? Given the LPGA’s continuing expansion into the Far East, and the growing force Asians have become, it’s a fair question.
Whan: In depth on the Race to the CME Globe
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan discusses the Race to the CME Globe. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday 7AM ET.year long. -Well, we know that late summer and the fall, the PGA Tour has gotten a lot more exciting since the inception of the FedEx Cup in 2007. But Tim Finchem would admit that the point system was a bit of a debacle at the start and they have constantly tweaked in the ensuing years. -Yeah. -Did you consult with the PGA Tour on how to best set your model for points? -Yeah. First up we made was the PGA Tour . We went there-- we went up there with seven or eight, you know, IT spreadsheets, different ways. And it was-- looking back,
LPGA: What we'd get the commish for Christmas
LPGA players offer up what they'd get commissioner Michael Whan for a Christmas gift.