Park one point from LPGA HOF eligibility
Randall Mell talks about how Inbee Park even with seven major championships and 17 wins still has one point to go before she will be eligible for the Hall of Fame. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
O'Meara: Masters, Champions Dinner and HOF
Mark O’Meara discusses being inducted in the Hall of Fame and the Masters. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Peter Jacobsen: Proud Oregon Ducks Hall of Famer
“Throwback Video: Peter Jacobsen is a proud member of the University of Oregon’s Hall of Fame”
Shackleford on International Crown and HOF
Geoff Shackelford discusses the International Crown and inductions to the Hall of Fame. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.
'15 Hall of Fame ceremony to be held at St. Andrews
The 2015 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held at St. Andrews on Monday of Open Championship week.
Golfing World: Karrie Webb player profile
Golfing World profiles Australian golfing legend Karrie Webb.start to the term. On her seasonal debut, Carrity won the women's Australian Open for a record fifth time, in the process claiming a 40th career victory on LPGA tour . The beginning of the year I never know which Karrie Webb is gonna show up. So it was it was really nice to be within striking distance on Sunday. And then, with wind picking up I knew I had a better chance than I would have if hadn't been
Woods inducts Begay into Stanford Hall of Fame
Tiger Woods speaks at Notah Begay’s induction to the Stanford Hall of Fame. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.came down. And he watched us play in the state high school basketball tournament at The Pit in Albuquerque, New Mexico. And I wasn't the best kid. I wasn't the fastest, the tallest. I couldn't really jump. But I was out there giving everything I had. Diving for loose balls. Playing defense. Just. Not, not really caring about my body and just kind of playing with a lot of reckless abandon. He goes, wow, this kid can play golf , too. He's like, I want that kind of kid on my team. And we were able to win the 94 championship albeit without Tiger Woods . It is truly my honor to be alongside all of these wonderful inductees. And thank you to everybody for all your kindness
Is It harder to build a Hall of Fame career today?
The MD Crew discusses whether or not they believe it is harder for the modern golfer to build a Hall of Fame career due to longer and more challenging courses. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.overcome that. So to me, when I look at a player like David Toms with 13 PGA tour wins. I look at a player like Jim Furyk with 16. Those wins almost grow in stature for me, because they've done that at a time where we're looking at a Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus type of player in this era. But that's the point. Every era has had that one guy. Hm. That seems to dominate, whether it's Ben Hogan or Jack Nicklaus, so I think. If you look at every single era, there's gonna be players like that with the 13 wins alongside you know the David Toms of the world. What about the motivation factor? The money is so great on the PGA tour. You have to be a
WGHOF to use committees to determine inductees
The World Golf Hall of Fame will now use a 20-person Selection Sub-Committee and 16-person Selection Commission to determine who will be inducted every two years.