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Golf In America

Watch the extended interview with golf legend Arnold Palmer as he tells the story of how reporter Bob Drum have him the motivation that he needed to shoot 65 on Sunday to win the 1960 U.S. Open Championship.

Marion Dantzler is a veteran of the NGA Hooters Tour, a mini-tour far removed from the PGA Tour, and Danztler would not trade his life for anything else.

Established in 1884, Oakhurst Links is the oldest golf course in the United States. The fairways are maintained by grazing sheep, the tee-boxes are made of sand and the players wear knickers and use hickory-shafted clubs.

Herbert Kohler Jr. is most widely known for his kitchen and bathroom fixtures, but under the surface lies a golf crazed businessman, who will be directly involved with 2 of the 4 majors in 2010.

Superstar Justin Timberlake gives Brandel Chamblee a tour of the course that he rebuilt in his home town in Tennessee, creating the new gold standard for eco-friendly golf course design.

Watch the extended interview with Willie McCray and friends, a veteran caddy and staple at Pinehurst. All new episodes of Golf in America every Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET.

Watch the extended interview with Major Dan Rooney, a PGA Professional who doubles as an F-16 Pilot in the Air National Guard and has served his country in three tours of duty in Iraq.

Payne Stewart left behind a legacy in his son, Aaron, and the older he gets, the more like his father he becomes.

City Park was once home to 54 holes of municipal golf in New Orleans before Hurricane Katrina nearly destroyed the facility. Four years later, the North Course is again open to the public, the first step of a rebirth for City Park and St.

A story about a group of NCAA basketball coaches who have organized a golf tournament to help raise money in the fight against cancer.