Morning Drive: How to hit hybrids
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton discuss ways to hit a hybrid. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Simulated action: Pebble Beach Nos. 1 and 7
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton play Pebble Beach hole Nos. 1 and 7 on the simulator. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Simulated action: Pebble Beach's closing holes
Karen Stupples and Travis Fulton play Pebble Beach holes Nos. 17 and 18 on the simulator. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.
Coore on restoring Pinehurst No. 2: A ‘daunting’ task
Golf course architect Bill Coore talks about restoring Pinehurst No. 2 back to the original plans of architect Donald Ross. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.
Sense of direction: Coore on course routing
Golf course architect Bill Coore explains the process behind routing land to form it into a golf course with 'Morning Drive’ host Matt Ginella. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.is gonna be the second course at Cabot Links. This is in Nova Scotia . This is what we will feature on Thursday on Morning Drive. But talk to me about-- there's two very distinct pieces of
Dynamic duo: The Coore and Crenshaw partnership
Golf course architect Bill Coore talks about teaming up with Ben Crenshaw to design golf courses. Watch 'Morning Drive' 7AM ET.of those and I were-- had gotten an opportunity to design a golf course in South Texas , a place called Rockport Country Club. It's down in Charlie but been in South Texas at some point. -Once or twice. -Yeah but down in a shrimping, fishing type village and these people had story that I won't go into but had engaged me to be the designer of their golf course and we had done the golf course and Ben, I think his old college roommate, Brent Buckman, had seen Rockport Country Club and said, "You know, Ben, that's prettydidn't take a genius to figure out you're not gonna build a golf course here. But in the course of the conversation with this man, he asked a question that I had been asked a numberread about him, I could tell that he knew a lot about golf course architecture. I can tell by the comments that he had made, he had studied it, he was a fan of it, he would go see courses, you know, famous courses even when he wasn't playing on them. He had read a lot of the same golf architecture books that I had read and so I just throw out a name. I said, "Well, I guess if it'd be with anybody it would be with Ben Crenshaw ." I said, "But that's not gonna happen." This man who's name was Charlie Belair, people sometimes ask who got you guys together?