- Hanse On
Gil Hanse and Amy Alcott will team up to design the 2016 Olympic Golf Course in Brazil. Hanse Golf Course Design beat out 7 other bidders, including teams led by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Greg Norman.
- First Off
We will know very quickly if Paul Casey's repaired shoulder is ready for competition. He is in the first group off the 1st tee in the WGC-Cadillac Championship along with Alex Noren and Greg Chalmers.
- #1 on the Line
Rory McIlroy's reign as number one player in the world may not last long. Both Luke Donald and Lee Westwood can take over the top spot with a win this week.
- Like Mike
Defending Puerto Rico Open champion Michael Bradley is looking for his 3rd win there in 4 starts. He shot 68 in all 4 rounds last year to win a playoff over Troy Matteson.
- Justice Dept. Warns E-Book Publishers
- Consumer Borrowing Up 8% in January
- More Companies Offering Paid Internships
- Forbes Releases Annual Billionaire List
7:12a ET: Jackie DeAngelis, CNBC Business Report
7:15a ET: Mark Rolfing, Golf Channel on NBC Analyst
7:25a ET: Scott Williams, Weather Channel Report
7:45a ET: Petr & Jessica Korda, Australian Open Champions
8:15a ET: John Feinstein, Golf Channel Contributor
8:30a ET: Amy Alcott, 2016 Olympic Course Co-Designer
8:40a ET: Terry Gannon, Golf Channel Tournament Host
8:45a ET: Hunter Mahan, 10th in Official World Golf Ranking
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Thursday - March 8, 2012
Rose wins; Aphibarnrat earns Masters bid in Indonesia
Cabreras take 1-shot lead in Father/Son
Jack Nicklaus, playing with grandson G.T., opened with a 68.