Road to nationals: NCAA men’s regionals action
Get caught up with the latest in men’s college golf as teams compete for their chance at the 2015 NCAA National Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Not 1, not 2, not ... 'Bama going for three-peat
Steve Burkowski talks with Jay Seawell, University of Alabama men's head coach, about his team, the influence of Nick Saban and chasing after a third straight NCAA Men's Golf Championship. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Roll Tide: University of Alabama men's golf team
The University of Alabama men's golf team won NCAA Championships in 2013 and 2014. Can they continue their winning ways in 2015? Angela Hamann has the report.
College Central: Texas wins Southern Highlands Collegiate
Angela Hamann and Ryan Lavner break down the winners this week at the Southern Highlands Collegiate.
Win bolsters Tide's Shelton's case as nation's best
By winning the Collegiate Masters, Alabama sophomore Robby Shelton made his case as college golf's best player
Brooke Pancake: Worth the wait to turn pro
Kelly Tilghman and Paige Mackenzie interview LPGA member Brooke Pancake about waiting to turn pro until after college. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.year, so. Well, I'd like to circle back to this Alabama thing. Nick Saban obviously a huge golf fan. Yes. It is likely that you're a huge football fan. I am. You are. But you're a Tennessee gal, and you're sporting some Tennessee orange here today. I know. Where does your heart truly lie? My, my heart is with the Crimson Tide . And it's, it's really funny because my whole family went to Tennessee. You know, both my parents when to medical school at
The fundamentals: Pancake on lower body work
LPGA Tour Member Brooke Pancake shows off a swing drill to improve her lower body. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.your core. Like, you know. Core is really, really important in your golf swing . And that was like a good thing for me to feel. Is when I get here, you know, you kinda feel like your core should tighten a little bit. Yeah. And then go from there. So and that's easy. And you know, you can repeat it and your timing's there. So, here, and then. Very pretty, pretty golf swing though. Oh, thank you. What a beautiful golf swing . I don't know how much of it is natural versus how much of it you've carved out over the course of your career, but whatever you're doing keep doing it. Keep it, thank you. Hey, I'll take that. Alright, on national pancake day you are so kind to pay a visit to our studio. Thank you. Brooke Pancake, we wish you the best of luck in your sophomore season on the LPGA Tour.
Learning process: Pancake discusses her first year
Matt Ginella and Paige Mackenzie interview LPGA Tour Member Brooke Pancake about her first year on tour. Watch Morning Drive everyday 7AM ET.remember when I first came out, it seemed like everyone was an NCAA champion , everyone was a US Amateur champion, what have you learned and how has your game changed in your first year on tour? You know your game changed because well you're just playing a lot of golf and you know you're learning a lot about scoring and everything. I, I feel like the thing that's changed the most for me is probably my mentality. That's the big thing. You know you go out here and yes you're playing with some of the best in the world everywhere. You know you came from being, you know I came from being a great and then I come out here and, and everybody around me is a national champion or USN champion and, and that was probably the hardest thing. I'm having to learn how to handle my mentality, you know,