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Golf in America: Wednesday, September 28 9PM ET

Go inside this year's Walker Cup showdown and meet the next generation that will shape American golf. Watch an all-new Golf In America Wednesday, September 28 at 9PM ET only on Golf Channel.

Golf in America pays tribute to 9/11. Visit Ken Eichel, who was a fireman that was also competing for a spot in the U.S. Mid-Amateur the day tragedy struck the Twin Towers.

The Dan Plan

Meet Dan McLaughlin and his extraordinary plan to become a professional golfer.

Marty's Story

Marty Turcios was born with cerebral palsy, but that has not stopped the 51-year-old golf trailblazer from giving back to the game and others.

Lightning Strikes

Rich Lerner chronicles lightning survivor Michael Utley's life and his efforts to warn all against the dangers of lightning in this 'Golf In America' special feature.

Livin' the Dream

Rich Lerner reports on mini-tour life, where Tom Stankowski, Jack Newman and Jordan Ensurd are living the dream on the Hooter's Tour.

Speed Golf

Some think playing golf in three hours constitutes a round of speed golf, but as you're about to find out in this 'Golf in America' special feature, when it comes to speed golf, no one has anything on Christopher Smith.

Golf In America: Bob Vokey

Bob Vokey has been producing clubs since 1971 and his name is synonymous with the highest degree of craftsmanship in wedges.

Golf In America: Tony Perez

Tony Perez is the father of golf pros Pat and Mike Perez, but he is also the founder of three non-profit organizations that use the game of golf as a way to heal and change.

Golf In America: Notah Begay

Todd Lewis interviews PGA Tour player Notah Begay who is America's only full blooded Native American professional athlete. From the To'Hajilee Reservation, he talks about the pressures put on him, his mistakes, and his NB3 Foundation.