Compare and contrast: Pinehurst 1943 vs. 2014
Dan Hicks shows how the seventh hole evolved from 1943 to 2005 and then was restored for the 2014 U.S. Open.
Best of the best: Tiger's top Open performances
Brandel Chamblee, Dan Hicks, Gary Koch, Roger Maltbie, and Johnny Miller debate Tiger Woods' best ever performances at the U.S. Open.
Settle the score: What will it take to win the Open?
Brandel Chamblee, Dan Hicks, Gary Koch, Roger Maltbie, and Johnny Miller predict the winning score of the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.
State of the Game: Looking forward to most at Open?
Brandel Chamblee, Dan Hicks, Gary Koch, Roger Maltbie, and Johnny Miller share what they're looking forward to most at the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.
Think tank: Ideas for growing the game of golf
Then Morning Drive Crew shares ideas for growing the game of golf. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.to dive a little bit more into it, when he talked about Tiger Woods , specifically. You're talking about a guy who brought so much into the game, Tiger Woods . How he made the game cool. He made golf cool again. High school kids wanted to play to golf instead of football. They wanted to do that kind of thing. And you know, Tiger Woods brought that. And you've seen Tiger kind of go down a little bit the last year. And with that, again, there's only one guy that moves a dial like Tiger Woods . It's Tiger Woods . That's it. So with him, if you see Tiger rise again this year and have a good year, may win some majors,
Coming up next: What will women face after men?
Brandel Chamblee discusses the challenges the women will face playing Pinehurst No. 2 the week after the men.you know, I've looked at the yardage that he's gonna set this golf course up. And women spin it less. They hit it on a lower trajectory. The men, the best men, only the average about
NBC Sports Group Plan for 2014 U.S. Open Championship Includes More Than 75 Combined Live Hours of Coverage During Tournament Week From Pinehurst
NBC and Golf Channel are scheduled to present 75 combined live hours of television surrounding the 2014 U.S. Open Championship from the famed Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.