Opening pitch-in ignites Woods' 64 at Wyndham
Lisa Cornwell recaps Tiger Woods' 6-under-par opening-round 64 at the Wyndham Championship.
Shackelford: Keys to playing Donald Ross courses
Geoff Shackleford and Gary Williams discuss the keys to play Donald Ross designed courses like Sedgefield Country Club and Plainfield Country Club. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Changing course conditions at Wyndham Champ.
Gary Williams talks to Jim Gallagher, Jr. about the changing course conditions at the 2015 Wyndham Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
MD Headlines: Three lead Thursday at Wyndham
Soft course conditions result in a three-way lead after the first round of the 2015 Wyndham Championship. Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Gallagher: Impact of anchor ban on Scott
Gallagher, Jr. and Gary Williams talk about the impact the anchored putting ban will have on Adam Scott. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.think it's the one that Kuchar uses. It's the one. Listening, now, Bernhard Langer on the champion is not going to tell you that, but that's what he's kinda leaning towards. I think the guys that
Snedeker gains playoff momentum with 61
Brandt Snedeker talks about his second round 9-under 61 on Friday at the 2015 2015 Wyndham Championship.
Going the Distance: Sedgefield Country Club
Golf Channel’s Tripp Isenhour explains why ‘Going the Distance’ is important on the 18th hole at Sedgefield Country Club, site of the 2015 Wyndham Championship. Get more distance at golfchannel.com/getlongand this is Going the Distance presented by Callaway Golf. Well the PGA tour returns to the Tar Heel state of North Carolina for the second time in the 2014-2015 wrap-around season. Of course earlier this year they were in the Queen City of Charlotte and the Wells Fargo Championship, but the return to the Tar Heel state this week, Is in the city of Greensburrow, and the Windom championship, played on a beautiful Donald Ross gem called Sedgfield Country Club . And typical of Donald Ross golf courses , it's not that long, but it's extremely challenging. Capped off by the toughest hole on the golf course. That's right, the 18th
Woods talks course conditions at Wyndham
Tiger Woods talks about course conditions at Sedgefield Country Club on Wednesday at the 2015 Wyndham Championship.case. There's only 2 of them here. And then a lot of tee shots with the 2 iron. I use my 2 iron a lot when I go to Australia, when I go to Japan, cause those are the type of golf courses that fit, or British Open. We don't play hardly any golf courses anymore in the States, for me anyways, that I'll bring out my 2 iron, but this is one of those courses.
Woods excites fans, boosts Wyndham gallery
Todd Lewis reports on the impact Tiger Woods is making at the 2015 Wyndham Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.Shot and a Jolt for Woods. So, it has really elevated in ticket sales . It has really elevated the atmosphere here. It's a lot of fun this tournament always was fun, but now it's just a little but more with Tiger Woods in the field.>> And Todd one last thing on that with respect to this afternoon. It's just my opinion, I think that
NBA star Paul on Woods: 'Reason I play golf'
NBA star Chris Paul talks to the media after playing Wednesday pro-am round with Tiger Woods at the 2015 Wyndham Championship.Perennial NBA All Star and Chris Paul today. Here's Paul on what the experience was like for him. He's the reason why I even play golf. You know what I mean? Like I would have never been introduced to the game or been as big a fan at a game if not for him, so have that opportunity is truly a once in a lifetime chance. How did he inspire you? Huh? How did he inspire your play? That's Tiger Woods , man what you mean? Like he's just great. You know I mean and everything he did as far as the game and
'Field of dreams: Wyndham at Sedgefield CC
Matt Ginella discusses the Sedgefield Country Club site of the Wyndham Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.as well. Yeah. So just tell us a little bit about this golf course . Originally built in 1926. Donald Ross originally laid out, designed 36 holes. The club originally built 27 of those. 36 holes and then during the depression I actually had to sell of 9 holes to uhh kind of make ends meet. So you're left with 18 dollar rost holes. There's actually a peak dive golf course now as a part of sedgefield country club as well. In 2007 they went through a 3 million dollar restoration and it was done. By Chris Spence, a local Donald Ross expert. So, this wa, this was truly a restoration. Really trying to keep it in its sense of the word. Yeah, and it's only, it's the only Donald Ross course used as a regular PGA tour stop. I know they played the major at Pinehurst Donald Ross original number two this year. But the only reoccurring Donald Ross course. On the PGA Tour stop. Has it always been two courses? They well, the Sedge Show Country Club has McConnell Golf bought up the two courses separately. The dye was originally the Cardinal Course and then they have combined them now to be a two course facility. What about amenities. A lot of amenities there at Sedgefield Country Club which is private. 600 golf members. They have over 10 tennis courts, 6 dining options, 2 pools, a lot of kids' activities, they've got lodging there. So it's a healthy and thriving country club .
MD headlines: Can U.S. women sweep majors?
Can the U.S. Women take home another major championship? Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.the first time since 1992. And a year after winning his first PGA Tour title , Patrick Reed is grouped with a pair of former Wyndham Championship winners . Reed, along with 2011 Wyndham Champion Webb Simpson and 2007 winner Brandt Snedeker, will tee off at 12:55 p.m. on Thursday from Sedgefield Country Club. Reed has already locked up a Ryder Cup spot. While Simpson and Senetica are among those in need of a captain's pick to round out the twelve man team. And finally, for just under $21,000, you can rent Rory McIlroy's former northern Ireland home for a week. Property developer Gary McCoslin said that he bought Robin Hall House. As a private retreat for his family, but after receiving hundreds of requests to use the facility, he decided to open it up to the public. Among the amenities are nine hole golf course complete with the head pro, a lighted tennis court, and a hot tub outdoors with a champagne tab included. Now everybody is