Ginella's top 4 value courses in Hawaii
Matt Ginella shares his top four value golf courses to play in Hawaii.
Island hopping: Ginella's top 5 courses in Hawaii
Matt Ginella names his top five places to play golf in Hawaii.
Matt Ginella’s off-course activities on Oahu
Matt Ginella gives his favorite off-course activities to do when in Oahu, Hawaii. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Ginella's value golf course picks for Hawaii
Travel insider Matt Ginella reveals his value golf course picks for Hawaii. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Ginella: Top 5 Palmer courses you can play in U.S.
Matt Ginella reveals his favorite top five Arnold Palmer courses that you can play in the United States. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.Pick your five favorite Arnold Palmer designs. Let's get to it buddy. You ready? My five favorite in the US that you can play. I'm gonna start out with number five, The Bog. And this is a great golf course located right in between Milwaukee. And, and if, and if you're going up to Erin Hills or Kohler, Wisconsin this is a perfect course to add on to your itinerary on the front or backend. Very affordable. $55 in shoulder season. $99 in the prime time plus they have a lot of great deals on their website. Under rated golf in Wisconsin, extremely nice people in Wisconsin as well, I must say. Absolutely. Steve Stricker kind of, is the median there. He's the representative. He's the face of nice in Wisconsin. All right, buddy, number. Four. Take us to number four. Gonna go to Kapalua Bay Course, actually, for number four. Home of Mark Rolfing, actually. He lives right behind that fifth green. $168 during the week, $188 on the weekends. They've held 20 tour events there, most notably Morgan Pressel's first win. Came at the by course. Very good compliment course to the plantation course, at Kapalua. You can spend a lot of time there and never get bored playing those two courses. I've played the bay and the plantation, usually the bay is a little bit easier maybe for the high handicapped or having to Yeah. A little more fun, you know, the Crenshaw course is a little more challenging at the plantation>>Correct>>You agree?>>Yeah, a lot of couples, a lot of family golfers played at the Bay course. If you want that big championship experience you go up the hill and play at the plantation>>All right, we are moving on to number three>> Arnold Palmer designs you can play>>Deacon's Lodge in Minnesota. I talk a lot about the classic in Minnesota. But the, the Deacon's Lodge is
Aloha, LPGA: Ladies in Hawaii for Wednesday start
Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin preview the LPGA Lotte Championship from the Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii. Watch April 16-19 at 6:30 pm ET on Golf Channel.learn how to almost over night because you can not handle this golf course otherwise. Sometimes it doesn't blow, last year in the final round, it eventually went to the playoff but because was that Salas shot the 62, you're not gonna do that in brutal wind conditions. Best round of her life, and then the first, hole of the playoff she hits it in the water. She losses to Suzann Pettersen who's not here this year, because of a back injury. But Sala certainly one to watch this week. Yeah, I think so. It's a golf course that she likes a lot. We do know she's really been playing well to the green. She's having a little trouble putting
Wie rides wind, momentum to solid Hawaii start
Lisa Cornwell, Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin recap Michelle Wie's play in the first round at the LPGA Lotte Championship from the Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii.like us say, smart golf. And she's thinking her way around the golf course . If it doesn't you say, why didn't she hit the driver? She can hit at a mile and a half. So she's, it's a catch 22 for her. Well, you know, in the end, and, and I say this about a lot of shots and a lot of players all the time, in the end, the player has to do what they feel right about. What's sorta, you know, in here when you decide how to play a shot that is important or has some risk. You can't always do what on paper is the right thing. Last year it was nineteen under that won it. This is a bit of a different golf course this year. Yeah, this golf course is right on 6400 yards. Maybe just a yard or two less. It is not a long golf course on a quiet day. But it can be its all you want on a day like today. And they do get a
Near ace, hot putter put Wie in Hawaii contention
Michelle Wie is just two shots behind leaders Se Ri Pak, Hyo Joo Kim and So Yeon Ryu. George Savaricas and Lisa Cornwell recap the play from LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii.The LPGA, coming off a one week break after the Kraft Nabisco championship where Lexy Thompson earned her first major title. This week the ladies are in Hawaii, the LPGA championship in beautiful Oahu. As you can see, windy conditions but not holding back Lydia Ko early, she started on the back nine, this is par four eleventh and as you can see. Well done by Ko, she would make that move to minus one. Then here she is on the par five fourteenth, the approach. More of the same George, we're used to seeing this from her. She likes it. Sticks it in close again. She would make that to move to minus two. Ko would shoot even par for the day. Michelle Wie started on the ten, this is the 16th. Her seventh of the day. Currently one over in her round and she's staring this down for good reason. Nearly jars it for the kick it in for birdy. Move back to even par. Michelle Wie now on the par for second hole, her eleventh. This for birdie from 10 feet out, and. Yeah! Putting stroke's unconventional, but