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Golf In America

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.

Four months after winning the 1999 U.S. Open, Payne Stewart tragically died in a plane crash. Ten years later the Payne Stewart Golf Club in Branson, Missouri, is opening as a tribute to one of the game's greatest ambassadors.

Golf In America takes a look at the Ginn Real Estate bust and what it means to golf, plus the story of two junior golfers aspiring to be Tiger Woods and taught by their dad as well.

It's a story you can't miss about golf legend Arnold Palmer. Plus, learn how a simple round of golf means so much to families in need. Watch Golf in America Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.

Watch Anthony Anderson's extended interview with Joe Louis Barrow, Jr., Chief Executive Officer of The First Tee Program. Watch all new episodes of Golf in America every Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET.

Golf In America: Prison View Golf in Angola, Louisiana

Golf In America: Prison View Golf in Angola, Louisiana

At the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Prison View Golf Course exists inside prison walls where inmates learn real-world trades such as landscape architecture and horticulture.