Browne on breaking putts: 'Putt to high point'
2016 Mitsubishi Electric Classic champion Olin Browne teaches his keys to dealing with a breaking putt.
Reign after rain: Browne wins as Rd. 4 canceled
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins discuss the 2015 Greater Gwinnett Championship where Olin Browne topped Bernhard Langer after the final round was canceled because of weather.
Redder the better: Browne, Langer go low in Rd. 2
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from Round 2 of the 2015 Greater Gwinnett Championship.
Ask a Champion: Browne on how to play well early
2011 U.S. Senior Open Champion Olin Browne answers Pat's Twitter question about playing well early in the round. Watch Champions Tour Learning Center Tuesday nights at 7:30 PM ET. Submit your Twitter questions to @GCA.
Browne, Faxon break down Augusta’s greens
Kelly Tilghman is joined by Olin Browne and Brad Faxon to discuss the unique and diabolical characteristics of Augusta National’s greens.-Are there any greens in the world, guys, like the ones at Augusta National ? -I haven't confronted them, I haven't been exposed to them. No. There are not. -Nothing to compare. -There's certainly the bar, which everything else is measured. And whenever you go to any other place in the world, they always score these as quick as Augusta. Are these like the Masters? What are-- what's the difference in your speeds? Kelly, we talked about how the Masters in Augusta National makes you see pictures on the golf course -- draws, fades. It does the same for me on the putting green there. There was so much slope that you had tovery nervous. It seems like from the time you got to the golf course on Thursday morning, something happened from Wednesday. The greens always seem to be a little bit faster. And particularly, the first hole.
Augusta on my mind: Players' mental preparation
Kelly Tilghman is joined by Brad Faxon, Olin Browne and Tripp Isenhour for insight into what the players are thinking about on Tuesday at Augusta National.first day and this is the biggest throne in the world. -Tripp, Bubba Watson is trying to do what only three great champions have ever done in Masters history and that is successfully defend his title. We're talking about Nicholas Faldo and Woods, if you want to join their company. -Yeah, that's a good company but I got a question for Brad. Were you ever uncomfortable on the greens? I don't think I've ever seen it. -Anywhere in your life. -Anytime. But maybe I guess the National, I do that too, even Brad Faxon but Bubba Watson , what he has done defending this tournament is so difficult because first of all, it's incredibly difficult to win the Masters. Let alone win it back to back years and if you look at the last 25 champions, when they were defending their title, 5 have missed the cut and the average finish was 19. Buba Watson does hit a lot of greens. That is necessary. Seven or last ten winners have been in the top 5 in greens and regulation. That's the key and Bubba Watson does do that. The key for him is gonna be that putter. I don't-- Bubba Watson is one of the top on the tour in 2 putts per round. That's not necessarily a good thing but with his length, he's able to capitalize on the par 5's. He did that last year. So, Bubba Watson will hit greens again. I expect that. It's just gonna be those key putts that you have to make to win the
Greater Hickory Kia Classic: Final-round recap
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons recap the final-round action at the Greater Hickory Kia Classic where Michael Allen defeated Olin Browne on the first playoff hole.-I mean a couple of other guys got hot. -Michael Allen and Olin Browne . -Boy did they ever, Olin Browne shot 64 and just a great round of golf making everything and then Michael Allen, birdie one and two and was just
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Today's Morning Drive featured guest Kathleen Ekey, Yani Tseng, Jay Townsend, J.J. Killeen, Olin Browne and Scott Stallings.