Ginella: Top 5 public U.S. Open venues
Matt Ginella explains the venue rotation for the U.S. Open. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Ginella: 'Pinehurst is the cradle of American golf'
Matt Ginella shares why he thinks Pinehurst is the cradle of American golf.
Ginella's Journeys: Pinehurst golf, food and fun
Matt Ginella travels to the sand hills of Pinehurst, North Carolina for golf, food and fun.
Pinehurst Resort specials to stay and play
Matt Adams discusses the specials available to play and stay at Pinehurst Resort. Watch Morning Drive on golf Channel.
Golfing World: Behind the scenes at Pinehurst
We go behind the scenes at Pinehurst and talk to those in the know about the famous No. 2 course, which is set to host both the men’s and women’s U.S. Opens this year.version of Pinehurst number two bares little resemblance to the courses where Payne Stewart and Michael Campbell won the US Open. Vin Crenshaw and Bill Core were called in to restore number two back to Donald Rossi's original vision. A task completed in 2011. In 2005 for the U.S Open it was very much from tree line to tree line green grass, and very little sand, very little wire grass. And as we went back and looked at historical photos, and thought about what Planters really is it's not a manicured golf course it's a natural golf course . I think that what Ben Crenshaw and Bill Quarl were able to do is they haden't changed the shot value so your hitting the same shot that you