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Golf In America: Ben Wright

Ben Wright was a staple on the CBS golf broadcasts from the 70's through the 90's, but one fateful interview in 1999 changed his career and life from then on.

Frys.com Open - Continues Today LIVE 4 PM and 9:30 PM ET

Only five Fall Series events remain for players to get their PGA Tour cards back! Watch the Frys.com Open today LIVE at 4 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.

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.

Golf In America: Amari Avery

Learn the story of a 6-year-old golf prodigy Amari Avery, who has many similarities to Tiger Woods including the same birthday, family background and growing up in Riverside, California.

Golf In America: Bill Walters

Hear the story of Bill Walters, a legendary gambler turned golf course property developer and his influence on the landscape of both golf and the city of Las Vegas.

This is the extraordinary story of Dakoda Dowd, a rising golf star who gave up the game after her mother passed away from a terminal illness.

Golf In America: Butch Lumpkin

Todd Lewis introduces athlete Butch Lumpkin who was born with what he calls "short arms", but his defect has not stopped him from accomplishing his goals in life, including being a decorated golf pro.

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: Golden Bear Open

Visit with Fred and Debbie Cavese, who built a nine-hole course in their backyard. Complete with two ponds and a waterfall, the course serves host to the annual Golden Bear Open.

Golf In America: Bob DeStefano

John Feinstein visits with Bob DeStefano, head golf professional at Gardiner’s Bay Country Club in Shelter Island, N.Y., a position he has held since 1962.

Golf In America: Atlantic City Country Club

Originally built in 1897, Atlantic City Country Club is where the term "Birdie" was coined. The course has played host to numerous USGA events and is now ranked as New Jersey's number 1 public course.

Golf In America: Coeur d'Alene's floating green

The 14th hole at the Coeur d'Alene Golf Resort in Idaho is unique because it contains a total island green that is capable of moving anywhere from 75 to 175 yards and is accessible only by a special ferry.