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A couple of weekend no-shows are falling, while Dustin Johnson and Ha Na Jang are on the rise in this week's Stock Watch. Read More
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Six weeks to the Masters. Five near co-favorites. Players won't yell Fore! Three Tiger no-goes. A 2 a.m. start. And a new No. 1. Read More
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The Florida “swing” arrives this week, and for the first time in 55 years, it won’t include Doral's Blue Monster. Read More
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Today in Golf

Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn didn’t wait until Thursday’s start of the Women’s Australian Open to square off for the first time in 2017.

European Tour players review Lake Karrinyup Country Club ahead of the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth in Australia.

Geoff Shackelford breaks down one of the most interesting holes on the PGA Tour, the short par-4 10th at Riviera Country Club.
CNBC markets reporter Dominic Chu explains the importance of the youth movement in golf.
CNBC markets reporter Dominic Chu runs the numbers for the growth of golf over the last two years and finds a slight but positive increase.
Paige Spiranac reveals her plans to for 2017 to help grow the game of golf and help those in need.
Paige Spiranac explains what she is doing to help others who suffer from cyberbullying.
Paige Spiranac sits down with Cara Robinson to talk about her love of golf and switching from gymnastics to golf.
Thorbjorn Olesen details his experiences as he travels around Rotness Island ahead of the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth.
Charlie Rymer reveals how Tiger Woods changed the way golf is covered in the media.
Charlie Rymer explains that Lydia Ko will need to work on gaining distance while Ariya Jutanugarn will need to embrace her distance for 2017.
Charlie Rymer, Damon Hack, and Cara Robinson review how Jordan Spieth is gaining confidence on his way to the majors of 2017.
Tiger Woods was physically unable to attend a news conference at Riviera. The 'Morning Drive' crew weighs in on his future.

This week's PGA Tour stop is the Genesis Open. We look back at 10 of the event's most memorable moments.

Simon Holmes focuses on the career of smooth swinging four-time major champion Ernie Els.
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Tiger Woods is skipping a previously scheduled news conference on Wednesday at the Genesis Open because of back spasms.
When he was asked on Tuesday of Tiger Woods’ ongoing health issues, Jason Day could empathize.
Professional golfers are just like the rest of us when it comes to Valentine's Day. They like to show their love for their significant others on social media.
Jordan Spieth admits that responding to text messages, particularly after a victory, is something he needs to improve on, but this seems extreme.
Jason Day can’t explain the math that makes up the Official World Golf Ranking, but he does know this: he wants to continue being No. 1 for as long as possible.

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