Prep work: Nordqvist on Pinehurst practice
Anna Nordqvist discusses prepping for the US Women’s Open. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.
She got game: Goals for Li at U.S. Women’s Open
Charlie Rymer, Rex Hoggard and Lauren Thompson discuss the goals for Lucy Li at the U.S. Women’s Open and tips on patience for amateurs. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.
Unreceptive: Toughest greens to hit at Pinehurst No. 2
Chris DiMarco and Damon Hack show off the two most difficult holes to hit at Pinehurst No. 2 – Nos. 2 and 16. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.
First Holes for Lucy Li at he US Womens Open
Charlie Rymer and Rex Hoggard break down the first holes for Lucy Li at the US Women's Open. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Lag it out: Getting it close from long range
Charlie Rymer gives you the keys to lag putting. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.Put on your rain suit, grab your umbrella, walk out to the golf course , and look at where the water's going. That will really help you when you're playing your golf course . Of getting a good understanding of how the greens break. And a lot of times that waters gonna go a little bit
Morning Drive: Shackelford on Wie Win
Geoff Shackelford discusses Michelle Wie US Women’s Open win. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.I've written a piece for golfdigest.com today laying out my case for Torrey Pines as the next logical place for back to back Opens. Well give us a sneak peak. Why would Torrey be a gooda West Coast venue because we know it's not gonna rain at Torrey Pines in June. And you can guarantee the women are going to finish on Sunday. Yeah, the old Tony, tony, Tony song, It
Morning Drive: Sadena Parks from the US Women’s Open
Big Breaker Sadena Parks joins Charlie Rymer to discuss the US Women’s Open and the Big Break Invitational. . Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.what are your thoughts on Pinehurst number two. This is a unique golf course , I'm gonna guess you have never seen a golf course like this. Just your over all thoughts on the golf course itself. Great lay out. They're playing it a little bit shorter for us just due to the, the bunkers and everything that
Morning Drive: Lucy Li Highlights
Charlie Rymer and Rex Hoggard go through the highlights of Lucy Li play at the US Women’s Open. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.more steady there. Yeah, I tell you what, I really like that golf swing . It's a good play that just got past the flag. I'm sure she's never played a golf course with greens that are this firm. Although, she is a drop, chip and putt champion in Augusta National earlier this year. So she has seen some fast greens. She just hasn't been out, played on a big golf course . Again, look at that golf swing . I love the turn away from the ball. This requires as she continues to grow get a little bit bigger physically. She'llplayer in the world. Scott, we saw a very hard and fast golf course last week for the men's U.S. Open. What have the women faced this morning? What are the course conditions like? They're okaymuch for your time. We'll let you get back out on the golf course . You got it.
Questions on the US Women's Open
Randall Mell discusses the questions that are being asked about the US Women's Open going back to back with the US Open. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.reaction to the players meeting with the Executive Director of the USGA, Mike Davis , trying to, squash any concerns and answering any questions about the upcoming US Women's Open. And we've already heard and seen some of them that, that you had posted on your Twitter account. Generally, what was the reaction to that meeting? Yeah, I talked to a lot of players the last couple of days, you know, about the US Open , US Women's Open going back to back with the men first and there is varying view points, but I will say that there is, Gary, that there is a simmering frustration. I'm told that not a lot of players spoke up in that meeting with Mike Davis on, on, but, but fourth year pro Ryann O'Toole did speak up. She was the most outspoken, skeptic or critic of what