Golf Channel Report: Regular season graduates
Bailey Mosier reports on notable players who earned their 2015-2016 PGA Tour cards through the Web.com Tour circuit.
Pampling's 72-year-old mom cards first ace
Rod Pampling's 72-year-old mom Marge Pampling carded her first hole-in-one on the eighth hole at Caboolture Golf Club. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Golf Report: McIlroy wins by 7 at Wells Fargo
George Savaricas gets you caught up with the leaderboards and winners from this week in golf.
Pampling holds off Thatcher's 60 to win BMW
Rod Pampling wins the 2015 BMW Charity Pro-Am. Whit Watson and Craig Perks get you caught up with the action from the final round.
Pampling's mom makes first ace at age 72
Rod Pampling won for the first time in nine years earlier this year on the Web.com Tour, but it was his mother who had a breakthrough of sorts Thursday in Australia.
BMW Charity Recap: Pampling holds 54-hole lead
Craig Perks and Whit Watson break down the action from Round 3 of the 2015 BMW Charity Pro-Am.18 holes to go here at the BMW Charity Pro-Am outside of Greenville , South Carolina . Whit Watson and Craig Perks. And a good story brewing atop a pretty crowded leaderboard and that is Rod Pampling. Back to back 63s on his first two. Comes back not quite as hot on day three but still very much in position with a chance to win on this tour for the first time. Yeah, at 45 years old. He shot 69 today, and I think what he'll take away from today's round is, he birdied his last whole, a difficult ninth hole. And listen he hasn't won in America since 2006, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. His dad unfortunately just passed away a couple of weeks ago, so he is playing with a heavy heart, but I think he's determined and he's motivated. He's 75th on the money list right now, if he could win, and this is a huge purse, this is over $675,000 and it's like 120,000 first place He could pretty much assure himself back to the PGA tour where he has played more than 15 years. It's gonna be interesting to see too the difference in terms of atmosphere her
Go Low: Pampling's 63 leads BMW Charity Pro-Am
Whit Watson and Craig Perks break down the action from the 2015 BMW Charity Pro-Am.on the web.com tour here at the BMW Charity Pro Am in Greenville , South Carolina . A Pro Am and Pro Celebrity format. 168 teams over three golf courses . History has taught us, Craig, that you've gotta go low. The winning scores tend to be pretty deep Early on Thursday, 365s here at Thornblade. Rod Pampling shoots 63 over at Lake Kiwi so do you expect that to continue for the next couple of days? Yes I think so. You know these golf courses are in great shape, they're primed and the greens are in phenomenal shape and great hauling speed. 20 under par Max Homer shot last year. Mark Anderson 27 under the previous year. So it's a unique format, so you got to be patient with your pro-am partners and sort
Scott, Pampling (69) sit 1-shot off lead at Aussie Open
Adam Scott and Rod Pampling talk about difficult conditions and the highlights of their Saturday round at the Emirates Australian Open.trying to you know, stay as stable as you can. But the wind gusts can sometimes unsettle you. And you know, a little bit of water would be nice, but not too much tonight. You provided shot of the day and kept everyone in your group very happy with the second shot on ten. We had a quick chat on the on the fairway. Talk us through it again. I, you know, it was just, it was one of those. The
Hit the screws: Web.com players try old-school drivers
Rich Beem and Phil Blackmar give old-school drivers to Web.com Tour players and have them try to hit the screws in the center of the club face.I think I can take you down with this technology. You're on. South Texas against west Texas . Let's do it. Smoked you Oh, no, no, no. I flew it. I mean look it. I'm dead center, you're in the
Players show gratitude for sponsor invitations
Rod Pampling had a few nervous moments while watching parts of the final PGA Tour event on TV, though it ended well for him.
Rod Pampling: My Pre-Shot Routine
Rod Pampling shares how he prepares his mind and body before every shot.