MD headlines: Tiger in 'no hurry' to find new coach
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
MD headlines: Watson still considering Woods
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest news from the world of golf.
MD headlines Tiger withdraws; Rory wins WGC
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the golf world.
Golfing World: Matsuyama & Jaidee victorious
In today’s GW News we round up the weekend’s action and results, including Hideki Matsuyama’s first PGA Tour win, Thongchai Jaidee’s win in Sweden, and Stacy Lewis’s rise to the top of the Rolex Rankings.
MD headlines: Tiger paired with Kaymer at WGC
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest news making waves in the world of golf.10:40. The afternoon section finds Jim Furyk and Jason Day at 1:50. Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler at 2 o'clock. And Bubba Watson and world number one Adam Scott immediately at 2:10 pm eastern time. And world number two McIlroy was among a number of players that spoke to the mediaworld. To reclaim that distinction, McIlroy will need to win. And have Adam Scott finish outside of the top five. Overall McIlroy needs 55 points, and Henrik Stenson 73 to take over the world number one spot. That's it for this edition of Morning Drive Headline thanks for watching, and
Golfing World: Scott to be No. 1
On Tuesday’s GW News we bring you latest from the golfing world including Adam Scott’s quest for world dominance as well as all the info from his low-key wedding.I'm Kara Robinson and this is G.W. News. After several missed opportunities, Adam Scott will now definitely become world number 1 next week. The Australian is set to displace Tiger Woods at the Summit of World Golf even though he is not playing at this week's Byron Nelson championship. It would take some time to explain every detail of the official world golf ranking, so you'll just have to trust us that Adam Scott will become the first Australian since Greg Norman to top the standings come Monday. And despite an uneven performance at the Players championship, Scott has another reason to celebrate after
Golfing World: Martin Kaymer on Masters, Ryder Cup, and Major win
We sat down with former world number one Martin Kaymer, who is seeking to re-capture his major-winning form, and is plotting a route back towards the top of the rankings.And is now targeting the other three majors in 2014, and the Ryder Cup in September. The goal for this season is pretty similar to all the other years, you want to. Play the majors as good as possible. You want to be in contention on a Sunday afternoon and hopefully yeah, bring it home. Then the Ryder Cup . You know, I've been playing the Ryder Cup , my first one in 2010. Then two years ago I was able to play, fortunately I was able to make the last putt. And this year we play. We play in Scotland, so it would be nice to be a part of that. His biggest achievement to date though, has been winning the PGA championship at Whistling Straits in 2010. Triumphing over Bubba Watson , in a playoff. If you win big tournaments, it gives you a lot of confidence and it makes you. When you're standing on the first tee on Thursday morning, knowing that you have done it before, win one of those big tournaments. It does help a lot, and, it's quite nice to have the feeling that you have won one of those Majors before. Martin's golfing inspiration. Comes as no surprise, with two Masters titles under his belt, a total of 90 worldwide wins, and ten Ryder Cup appearances, Bernhard Langer continues to set the benchmark, by which all German golfers are measured. Berhnard Langer's image you know, for me. He's just so