Crown-ing achievement: U.S. wins Int'l Crown
The United States wins the UL International Crown.
M. Miyazato leads Kingsmill after Round 1
Mika Miyazato leads the way after the first round of the 2016 Kingsmill Championship.
Golf Channel Report: Ko paired with Lincicome
Bailey Mosier reports on the pairing of Lydia Ko, Brittany Lincicome and Mika Miyazato at the 2015 Ricoh Women's British Open.
Top 5: LPGA Tour holes-in-one
Take a look back at the top 5 holes-in-one on the LPGA Tour.
Go Japan! Miyazato's to compete in International Crown
Ai Miyazato and Mika Miyazato will be representing Japan in the first-ever International Crown match play competition. The event debuts July 24-27, 2014 at Caves Valley Golf Course in Owings Mills, MD.Aoki. [FOREIGN_LANGUAGE] Baseball is also very popular in Japan. Stars like Ichiro, Hideki Matsui and Hideo Nomo, they all played in America. That's easy one. My favorite city in Japan is Tokyo, because it's good for
Wrapping up the LPGA action on Day 1 in Ark.
Kay Cockerill and Whit Watson wrap up the first-round action from the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship.throw out to the fans at 17. In the meantime, on the golf course , bit of a surprise who topped the leaderboard. Mica Miazasto has broken 70 only twice all year. Her low round of theUniversity of Arkansas, the campus about half an hour away from the golf course , makes birdie at 11 there. And then, to the tee at the Island Green, the par 3, 15th. -So much pressure on Stacy. She badly wants to win this golf tournament . She loves this place. She has deep roots here. A lot of friends and family come out to watch her play. She
Mika Miyazato wins the Safeway Classic
Tom Abbott and Judy Rankin wrap up the LPGA Safeway Classic, won by Mika Miyazato.take a two-shot lead into the 18th, and this was to get up and down for the victory. Final round 70, and Mika Miyazato wins the first time on the LPGA Tour . So, as we leave Portland, it's always a fun LPGA Tour stop. Mika Miyazato is a big story; no doubt about that, but there are a few other players that will leave here, I think, a lot happier than when they arrived. -Yani Tseng did not have a great Sunday, but she had a much better week. Michelle Wei had a good week. She cashed her biggest check of the year. Young rookie, Sydnee Michaels, had her best week of the year and qualified for the End of the Season Tour Championship. All kinds of good things happened this Sunday. -Yes, we will head to the CN Canadian Women's Open on Golf Channel , the next event on the LPGA Tour . Mika Miyazato leaves Portland as the champion of the Safeway Classic.
Evian Masters Round 2: Mika Miyazato leads by 1
Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin wrap up second-round action from the Evian Masters.Just one back and red hot as of late. She's won a Major Championship before and how about Lydia Ko-- The teenager not yet a professional. She's won 4 times professionally, but this- this is something. She missed a number of putts that she could've made for birdie today-- could've been a lot better. -What it tells you is the tee to green game is as good as ever. We've hardly ever seen this. Not exactly right for any kind of tournament or championship, but she has given herself so many opportunities. If she does that again, she might very well win this Major Championship . -You know, there's so much still in question because of the weather. They expect a lot rain tonight. They're gonna put tarps
Overdrive: Golf Shot Jitters
Lauren Thompson, Damon Hack and Matt Ginella discuss the best ways to get control of your nerves over a tee shot. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.some of the NFL legends in its next series of course including Jerry Rice , Chris Doleman, and plenty more. So, Matt, I wanna ask you, which Big Break NFL legend would you like to tee it up and play a round with? -It's not even close. Growing up in Northern California, an hour North to San Francisco and growing up at Candlestick Park-- -Uh huh. -the GOAT, Jerry Rice , for me that would be a dream come true. -And the GOAT stands for Greatest of All-Time, in case they would need any translation and I agree with you Matt. I cover the 49ers and covered Jerry Rice as a newspaper reporter. I love to learn and see how he competes inside the ropes-- one of the most graceful, great
Choi takes command of U.S. Women's Open
Na Yeon Choi took over the Women's Open with a 65. No surprise, as Koreans have dominated this event recently.