Golfing World Slice: Lydia 'KOs' field at Evian
This week's GW Slice focuses on teen sensation Lydia Ko's record-breaking Evian Championship victory, and looks ahead to the 2015 Solheim Cup.
Golfing World Slice: 'Overrated' Fowler wins again
In this week's GW Slice, Rickie Fowler earns some well-earned praise and how not to treat your clubs after a particularly poor round.
Bubba learns how to throw football from Brady, Brees
Lauren Thompson reports on Bubba Watson learning how to throw a football from Tom Brady and Drew Brees. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Golfing World Slice: Tweeting Tiger, Beaten Rory
In the latest edition of the GW Slice, Golfing World turns the focus on Tiger Woods and his Twitter activity, Rory McIlroy and his off course activity, and Bubba being Bubba. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Bubba in China
The latest edition of the GW Slice focuses on the adventures of Bubba Watson on a rare European Tour outing, as well as an unlucky DQ for Italian Edoardo Molinari. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channelthe stories you might have missed from the world of golf. The European Tour is in China. Edoardo Molinari has had a little bit more time on his Hands than he might of liked after being disqualified in the second round. The Italian can feel pretty gutted to be honest having broken a rule that even by golf's standards is fairly obscure. On the notes to Molinari his caddy hitched a ride ride on the buggy from the ninth green to the tenth tee. At least he had the option of playing some night golf Agenzon golf clubs flood lite course. Bubba Watson made full use of the facility in a rare excursion from US soil. Bubba Watson here getting on golf club China. What? I can't hit one straight? Yeah you see that pole. There's a ball somewhere over
Newsmakers of 2014: No. 4, Social media
Ryan Burr, Will Gray, Jason Sobel and Jay Coffin discuss how much of a key role social media played this season and why it made the Top 10 Newsmakers for 2014.newsmakers of the year. Number four on our list is social media. Brian Burr joined by Will Gray, Jason Sobel, and Jay Coffin. And it's become more difficult to get any athlete to say anything with a microphone in their face. But boy, it seems easy for guys to hit send on Twitter. Brian, it really has changed the way the world works. It's become a smaller world right now. Ten years ago if a fan wanted to go yell at Ian Poulter and tell him he didn't like his pants, he'd have to go to a golf tournament, work his way through the crowd, get up to the ropes, and yell it to him in person. They can just tell him on social media, and there's a good chance Poulter might tweet back too. I don't like your pants, by the way. Tell me about it. There's so many different ways to go with this one. I mean, this even started at the beginning of the year. Steve Elkington , of the Champion's Tour got himself in, into some hot water. And then, you know, Caroline Wozniaki was stirring the pot. Literally.
Rory defends Lynch, golf media prays he doesn't follow suit
Rory McIlroy defended Marshawn Lynch's post-game antics in a series of tweets Sunday.
#Masters Week: Best Twitter and Instagram handles to follow
Matt Ginella, with the help of many other members of the golf media, have compiled a comprehensive list of who to follow on social media during #MastersWeek.
Social-media ban in place for Ryder Cup?
Fans and players better think twice about posting that selfie from Gleneagles.
Don't press send! Elk in hot water over tweet
Kelly Tilghman, Damon Hack, Paige Mackenzie and Mark Rolfing discuss the controversial tweets of Steve Elkington. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.-Back on Morning Drive on a Wednesday. Steve Elkington has waited in the controversy again and Twitter was the vehicle yesterday. "ESPN covering Michael Sam as a gay athlete is embarrassing." He deleted that tweet. ESPN reporting Michael Sam-- Michael Sam, of course, a linebacker now and gonna be in the NFL has leading the handbag throw at NFL combine. No one else expected to throw today and finally goes back "to a ball hit an oriental spectator. There is no oriental spectator, they are just spectators like M. Sam. He's just an athlete. So Steve Elkington never afraid to voice his opinion but the PGA Tour has a statement as well, "Under our regulations, conduct unbecoming a professional includes public commentary that is clearly inappropriate or offensive. With respect to this matter and consistent with our longstanding policy , we do not comment on our player disciplinary matters." Folks, this is a very interesting story. Michael Sam, of course came outgreat stories going on, Florida Swing is starting and we're talking about Steve Elkington's tweets. That is utterly ridiculous. -Why do all this-- the Tour has to take a look at this. This is a continuing a behavior of hurtful comments from a golfer. And Steve Elkington has to look at himself and decide, does he wanna be known as the 1995 PGA Champion or for his tweets?