Ginella's Mailbag: Top Courses in Hawaii and San Diego
Matt Ginella answers a few questions from viewers, including the best courses in Hawaii and the best courses in San Diego. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Hoggard: Expect changed DJ at Torrey Pines
Rex Hoggard says checks in with Dustin Johnson ahead of his return to the PGA Tour at the 2015 Farmers Insurance Open. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
AJ Pierzynski makes some team selections based on Golf
AJ Pierzynski is put on the hot seat by Matt Ginella to pick which MLB team he'd like to play for based on the city's golf game. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Ginella: Budget 'Buddy Trip' Rankings: No. 4 San Diego
San Diego, California comes in at No. 4 on Matt Ginella’s Budget ‘Buddy Trip’ destination list.
Ginella's Journeys: 10,000 miles in 33 days
Travel expert Matt Ginella talks about his recent 10,000-mile journey across America in 33 days with Damon Hack.Our travel guru Matt Miller in studio eight, bring it in man, No place like home, no place like home. How are you? It's good to be back. So where you been? 33 days to start, this trip started in May by the way, starting at Orlando Florida. I went to Pinehurst, North Carolina. Met up with Bill Core for a little reporting on the feature that ran the week of the US Open . Got to go to Thomasville North Carolina, with Bill Core, there's the Lexington Golf Club, and that is Bill Core and I with Hammy Snead. Hammy Snead, 82 wins for Hammy Snead From Pinehurst, North Carolina flew up to Farshills, New Jersey , went to the the golf house there. US GA? Home of the US GA. Met up with Mike Davis, did a little more reporting there for the story on why Pinehurst restored number two, and that was the U.S. Open Room. That was the trophy room there, The U.S. Open trophy, was still at home at that point. Wow and you're just getting started, where did you go after Far Hills, New Jersey ? Yeah from Far Hills, New Jersey down to Austin Texas. Met up with Ben Crenshaw, do a little more reporting on the Bill Core story and why restoreto Pinehurst? Back to Pinehurst, now is for the week of the US Open and I had to spent some time there and debuted some of the features that we ran on Bill Core, on Ben
Ginella's Journey: San Diego, CA
Matt Ginella takes us through the ins and outs of San Diego golf. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.-Yeah, Snapper. -How many holes? -We actually have 19 holes here. -Most golf courses have 19 holes. -18 holes. -Well, but the 19th hole is what most guys favored. -That's true. -Oh, yeah. Look at you crush. Day one. Your motion is gonna be great. -This is great, guys. -Oh. -Very good. -I love it. -My first day was idyllic. From friends new and old. -Cheers. -San Diego. -Yeah. -To The Lodge at Torrey Pines , the ultimate base camp in range of everything from luxury to adrenaline, including paragliding if you dare for a whole new perspective on Torrey Pines South. But the best thing about The Lodge at Torrey Pines is that allows you to wake up at the foot of a golf mecca. Oh, boy. This is so good. Torrey Pines South third tee. Greens swimming in fog. This is heaven-esque right here. Sunrise bursting through the trees, just can make out theincredible in store. -All right, Joe. Here we are, the 18th hole. Torrey Pines South. A couple of things have happened here worth noting in the history, in the annals of golf. -Sure. Yeah. This hole
Runways to Fairways: Ginella in San Diego
Matt Ginella shows you the best courses, fun places and the best deals in San Diego, CA. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday at 7AM ET.Tiger had to make the putt to get in that playoff with Rocco Mediate and they said, "Try to make it and you'll see." -All right. Let's get right to it in the latest edition ofincredible in store. All right, Joe, here we are, the 18th hole, Torrey Pines South. A couple of things have happened here worth noting in the history and the annals of golf. -Sure. Yeah, this hole, in particular, a luck can happen. -You guys have done us a favor by cutting the pin where it was on Sunday at the US Open and I've tried to put the ball exactly where I think Tiger's putt was to get into the playoff with Rocco Mediate . Do you mind pulling the flag for me-- -Sure. -and see what I can make this putt to-- you know, for all
Play better golf, get fit at unique camp at Omni La Costa in SoCal
There are golf retreats, and then there are golf boot camps. San Diego's luxury La Costa Resort challenges golfers to get fit during an intensive boot camp. Jason Deegan went thru the program and files a report.
Ginella's journeys: Best courses around San Diego
Matt Ginella discusses the best courses and the best deals to play golf around San Diego, Calif. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday at 7AM ET.truly incredible in store. All right, Joe. Here we are the 18th-hole Torrey Pines South. Couple of things has happened here worth noting in the history in the [unk] of golf. You guys have done us a favor by cutting the pin where it was on Sunday at the US Open . And I've tried to put the ball exactly where I think Tiger's putt was to get into the Playoff with [unk]. Would
Renovations coming to the South Course at La Costa Resort in Carlsbad
La Costa Resort, one of San Diego's top spots for golfers, is following up a renovation of the North Course with extensive renovations to the South, which will become the 'Legends' course when it reopens.
West Coast Window Shopping: For bargains, San Diego offers top shelf selection
There is lots of golf to be had in San Diego, whether you want a high-roller experience like Torrey Pines or are looking for bargains. Rest assured, SoCal's ideal climate and mountain scenery is free of charge.
Seven things to know about golf in San Diego
With an ideal climate and ocean-drowned sunsets that rival any in California, the San Diego area is, well, about as perfect an area as there ever was. The food, the people and the diversity of landscape across not just the region, but its golf courses, keep visitors coming back and the locals ...
Solace, substance and fun at Barona Creek Golf Club
Mention Barona Creek Golf Club to anyone who's played a lot of golf in the San Diego area and you will most surely get a positive reaction. Rated as one of the top resort courses in California, it's a premium golf course. But Barona Creek is unique. How? Mike Bailey explains.