Ginella: Mickelson, Keiser drop public golf projects
Matt Ginella and Geoff Shackelford report on Phil Mickelson being out of Torrey Pines North redesign and Mike Keiser walking away from new Bandon Dunes project.
Keiser on Bandon Dunes and Cabot Links
Matt Ginella brings you the story of Mike Keiser's Bandon Dunes and Cabot Links. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Send 'em in: Matty G responds to viewer questions
Matt Ginella answers viewer questions like buddy trips at the Greenbrier and underrated golf escapes. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Ginella's journeys: Classic courses in Canada
Matt Ginella covers the new courses in Canada. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Ginella: New courses in Wisconsin and Michigan
Matt Ginella discusses new course development by Mike Keiser in Wisconsin and Michigan. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.I think what happened at that point is Herb Kohler then called Pete Dye , who I spoke to last week, who told me, I said, "What have you been working on lately, Pete?" He said, "Well, I'm actually spending a couple of weeks up in Sheboygan. It looks like Herb's getting close to pulling the trigger on what would be the fifth golf course at the American Club." Which is big news, the fact that Herb Kohler, who's been looking for property all over the worldold-school types that gravitates to one architect. This would be the fifth golf course that Pete Dye built for Herb Kohler at American Club. Mike Keiser is sort of the new developer in that he likes to mix itAndy told me, "Actually, no. We're not looking to add a second golf course . We're assessing our property, and we like the idea of adding golf holes in the form of a par-3 course or a
Golden ticket: Ginella in Nova Scotia with Coore, Crenshaw, Keiser
Matt Ginella travels to Nova Scotia with Ben Crenshaw, Mike Keiser and Bill Coore to see a course in development. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.in Ben Eoin overlooks Bras d'Or Lakes and it's home to the PGA Tour Canada's Cape Breton Celtic Classic. Le Portage Golf Club is in the Acadian Village of Cheticamp, located between the Cape Breton Highlands and the Golf of St. Lawrence. It's a convenient stop along the Cabot trail. Known for a memorable four-hole finish, Bell Bay Golf Club is in Baddeck, awarded best new course in Canada by Golf Digest in 1998. It's in the top 100 courses in Canada according to a Score Golf Magazine. Another gem of Cape Breton is Highlands Links, which is built by Stanley Thompson, Canada's most prolific golf architect. -Highlands Links is really just a genuine old