GOLF Live host Ryan Asselta, The Bridge Foundation's Farrell Evans and GOLF.com's Jessica Marksbury discuss Tiger Woods' comments on golf ball flight distance and whether or not Justin Rose gets the respect he deserves.
Golf.com's Jeff Ritter joins Ryan Asselta to discuss Thomas' win at the Dell Technologies Championship, his emerging rivalry with friend Jordan Spieth and where Thomas' season ranks with some of the best in history.
Today's drivers are loaded with adjustability options so that you can hone in on the exact settings to fit your swing. The problem is they can be incredibly confusing for the average golfer. Because of that, we've made instructional videos for eight of the newest drivers on the market to break down exactly how to adjust your driver to optimize it for your game.
The GOLF Live team looks at Brendan Steele's season opening win at the Safeway Open, Gary Player surprises some golfers at the Chelsea Piers driving range and Jess Marksbury has a round with Lexi Thompson.
The GOLF Live team recaps the Presidents Cup, Jessica Marksbury has a round with 2013 Masters winner Adam Scott, Michael Bamberger is back with another Pitch and Run and we play trivia with some of the Class of 2017 World Golf Hall of Fame inductees. The team also looks ahead to the 2017-18 season.
7/10: On this episode, we catch up with 2016 U.S. Women's Open champion Brittany Lang. We'll also see how one junior golf program is lending a helping hand to aspiring pros, and travel all the way to Korea to see just how far the game has come.
6/28: On this episode of GOLF Today, we visit a unique education-based golf academy in New York City. We also preview the U.S. Senior Open, chat with golf-mad actor Chris O’Donnell, and help you find the right distance-measuring device for your game.
A unique education-based golf academy in Harlem, N.Y., provides youth from varying backgrounds a place to study and grow, both personally and professionally, while simultaneously introducing them to golf.
The USGA's Thomas Pagel describes a rules scenario in which Arnold Palmer picked up Jack Nicklaus' ball to concede the 1962 U.S. Open. What's the penalty for the King's gentlemanly act? You make the call.