The First Tee: Meet Nicholas Narcisse
Gary Williams introduces to you Nicholas Narcisse, from The First Tee of Fort Worth, and his family who are turning their lives around after surviving the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
Quite the foursome: Archie on Manning golf trips
Archie Manning sits down with Damon Hack to discuss his golf trips with his famous sons and what the Zurich Classic means to the city of New Orleans. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7 AM ET.
St. Bernard Project doing more than rebuilding NOLA
Matt Ginella gets an inside look of the partnership between Zurich and the St. Bernard Project that has helped out many New Orleans residents post Katrina. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.
Food for thought: Cajun cooking with Ginella
Matt Ginella dishes on the famous cuisine of New Orleans. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.
Grill Room: Tour de French Quarter, Bourbon St.
The Grill Room headed to The Big Easy for this week's Zurich Classic and got to spend some time touring the French Quarter and Bourbon Street.
Morning Drive: Rebuilding City Park West
Matt Ginella gets an inside look at historic City Park, the courses that were destroyed by Katrina and the plans to rebuild the West Course. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.City Park West. I mean. Is it bigger, is this bigger than Torrey Pines or or Beth Page Open, hosting a US Open ? Well yeah think about Beth Page, in 2002, a year after 911, bringing a US Open . Well this what a greater sign of a symbol of recovery for for this area, than having a PGA Tour even coming back to City Park West. Sounds like the recovery continues. This is definitely a story we're going to be keeping
Saints coach Payton: QB Brees is tough to beat
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton joins Damon Hack to talk about how the Zurich Classic has had an impact on the city of New Orleans and the role golf has had in his own life. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.and he hits a long way. Finally, Sean. Mark Ingram was here, Champ Bailey was here, they looked good on the golf course. How are you thinking they're gonna look on the football field this season
Who Dat? Saints' Ingram wins shootout with Rucker
Damon Hack catches up with New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram after winning the Zurich celebrity shootout with country singer Darius Rucker. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.on that. Absolutely, I got to spend some time with your coach Sean Payton , you finished this season very strong. Give us a little sense of what you guys are expecting on the football season for 2014. We wanna have a, a big year, we made a lot of moves this off season and we have a young team, a hungry team, and a great coaching staff, so, you know? We want nothing less than the championship, but, you know? You have to take one day at a time, continue to get better in the off season, and, you know? Take on day at a time. Improvement on the football field and the golf course . Mark, thanks for your time. Thanks for having me, thanks.
Featured groups: Zurich Classic of New Orleans
The PGA Tour heads to the Bayou for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Here are a few groups to watch this week at TPC Louisiana.
Kelly Gibson Foundation rebuilding NOLA
Former PGA Tour player Kelly Gibson sits down with Matt Ginella to talk about the Kelly Gibson Foundation and the various charities he's worked with in the city of New Orleans. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7 AM ET.golf course. I had the privilege of working with Pete Dye and Steve Elkington in the PGA tours team here. At the TPC and so I learned from that process and I knew that if I
Hits and misses: Hack survives Zurich pro-am
Damon Hack partners with Camilo Villegas in his first pro-am tournament at the Zurich Classicbelieve. He has to carry a bunch of 20 handicappers. Around a golf course for five hours. He did yesterday, you know what, sometimes pictures are worth 1,000 words. Let's watch what happened yesterday in my
Ginella in New Orleans: Kissing gators, great food
Down on the Bayou, Matt Ginella takes in the best food, culture, and golf New Orleans has to offer. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.temps rouler. The good times were rolling earlier at TPC Louisiana, with PGA tour veteran, and man about this town, Kelly Gibson. Hi Kelly, so a good group of friends come into town, and they're looking for a few courses to play, what do you tell them? Well, you've got basically four public golf courses, you've got City Park North, and you got Joe Bartholomew and then you have Audubon Golf Club uptown in Then you have the English Turn which is where the PGA Tour played. Jack Nicholson's golf course , and you can get on there. That's a fun golf course to play and then you have the flagship course here and you know you come out here and play golf. All thisgo. oh. We've got ourselves a match. You can't mess with a PGA Tour player. I learned that lesson a long time. You had a hand, in actually the building of this course. Tell, talk to me about what it was like to work with the likes of a Pete Guy. It was amazing, I mean, he's such a character and he's an iconic golf course architect. He wants to make it accessible for the amateur. He wants to make those lines easier, but he wants to givestarted the foundation called Feed the Relief. Right after the storm the PGA Tour players reached out and I reached back and said I'd like to do something and we wound up bringing in two PJ Crook catering trucks. And we wound up feeding the Coast Guard for nine days. We've expanded past the initial wave of feeding people, and then we would continue to do some military outreach,