Golfing World: An inside look at Wegmans LPGA
Golfing World takes an inside look at the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford, NY.
Lexi reflects on Kraft, International Crown experiences
Lexi Thompson shares what she learned from the Kraft Nabisco that helped her in the playoff at the International Crown.
'Field of dreams: Wyndham at Sedgefield CC
Matt Ginella discusses the Sedgefield Country Club site of the Wyndham Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Playing through pain: Martin talks about thumb injury
Women's British Open champ Mo Martin talks about her thumb injury with the media Tuesday at the 2014 Wegmans LPGA Championship.
Scene setter: Conditions for LPGA Champ.
Tom Abbott reports from the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.Although it should be that, it should be okay this afternoon. The golf course is actually in tremendous condition. We've had over two inches of rain here already this week. But remarkably you couldn't really tell out on the golf course . The greens are very dry, the fairways are pretty dry. Although there isn't a lot of run. Other courses in the areaa dominant performance by the Americans so far this year in the major championships . What are the odds that the Americans go 4 for 4 to win all the majors, starting out the season. Well it'll be 5 for 5 on the LPGA tour and I reckon championship. But I think I think there's a good chance that the Americans can do it. This week a lot of people talking about Lexie Thompson and Stacy Lewis. Lexie's saying that she's excited to be able to hit the driver off of almost all of the tees apart from the par 3's of course, although the par 3's are pretty long out here. So she she can go for it. She can be aggressive off the tee and that's fun to watch with Lexie Thompson. The golf course , from what the players are saying. It's pretty wide off the tee. There's a lot of room. And then coming into the
Golfing World: Bjorn leads in Denmark
Lexi Thompson and Meenae Lee lead at the Wegmans LPGA Championship, Thomas Bjorn leads at his native Made in Denmark and Camilo Villegas returns to golf with an impressive 7-under 63 in the first round at the Wyndham Championship.day. To the first round of the Maiden Denmark tournament now. And Thomas Bjorn shot a five under 66 for a three way of the lead after the first day. Undoubtedly boosting his royal cup hopes Bjorn made five birdies and did not jump a shot in the gusty conditions. He was tied for first with Philip Aguilar of Chile and Brad of Wales. Finally to the Wenden championship where Camila Vejagas made a sensational return to golf shooting at seven under 63 to take a one stroke lead. Web Simson and William McGurt shot 64 while Scott Langley, Heath Sloaken, Paul Casey , and Julie Pay, and Martin Led were another stroke back. In the final event before the PGA Tour's Playoffs. That's all for today. Join us on Monday when we'll be rounding up all of the weekend's action. In the mean
Major move good for LPGA, hard to reconcile for Rochester
The LPGA Championship's move is a loss for Rochester, but a boon for the women's game.
Golfing World: Wegmans LPGA preview
We hear from Mo Martin and defending champion Inbee Park ahead of this week's fourth major of the year.major stage, at Monroe Golf Club, in Pittsford, New York, for the LPGA Championship . It is the fourth of five majors now in the ladies' calendar, and despite experiencing some bad weather so far this week, it hasn't stopped the girls from getting. Some practice in, including British Open where a new Martin has
Injury update: Wie hopes to return at Evian Champ.
Tom Abbott reports with the latest news on Michelle Wie's right index finger injury Tuesday at the 2014 Wegmans LPGA Championship.For more on Michelle Wie , news about her current status, here's Tom Abbott. Lisa, good afternoon from Monroe Golf Club. The fourth major of the year for the LPGA Tour, the Wegmans LPGA Championship . Some of the big stories here this week, well we'll start. With Michelle Wie even though she's not here Michelle withdrew after 9 holes last week at the event in Grand Rapids citing a stress reaction in her right index finger . Michelle's saying that it was sensible to withdraw, take some time out, let the injury heel. It's not as bad as a
Ko not focused on No. 1, taking it day by day
Lydia Ko talks about her rookie season with the media Tuesday at the 2014 Wegmans LPGA Championship.and enjoy and kind of think of it as a normal. Another LPGA event . Whats been the most positive thing for you? Biggest learning experience this year in your rookie season? Biggest thing I think just
Mo knows: Martin focuses on accuracy, short game
Mo Martin explains her approach to the game with the media Tuesday at the 2014 Wegmans LPGA Championship.I mean he was a very small man and he had an extremely successful career. At a time, you know, where, there were, the long hitters were dominating. And he had some epic matches where he just, used his strengths to his advantage and played the golf course . And I think that's another beautiful part of the game is there's no one way to play it. And I mean for players like Lexi and Michelle and there are a couple of other long players out there. There are some holes that they can overpower. And they can definitely take lines that I can't. But I just approach the golf course a little bit differently, and I capitalize on my accuracy, and my short game. So, I think it's just an awesome game