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Today in Golf

'Moving Day' means more than just a rise up the leaderboard for Zack and Courtney Sucher.
The team runs down the top 10 favorites to win the Valero Texas Open.
South African President Jacob Zuma has congratulated Charl Schwartzel for winning the Masters.
The commissioner of the Sunshine Tour says South Africa will host a World Golf Championship event in 2012 offering prize money of $10 million, making it the richest tournament in world golf.
'Moving Day' has a different meaning for the Suchers this month, which could mean big changes.

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The beginning of his story may not be glamorous, but Mark Burk is out to change the ending.

Tiger Woods says he feels his new swing is starting to pay dividends after he finished in a share of fourth place at the Masters on the weekend.
Catch the best moments from the April 12th episode of Morning Drive, and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.
Two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw talked to 'Morning Drive' co-host Gary Williams about redesigning Pinehurst No. 2 and the Sunday excitement at Augusta National.
Big Break alum and LPGA Futures Tour player Lili Alvarez calls in to chat about playing in her home country of Mexico and the state of her tour.
Golf Now host Lauren Thompson is in the Morning Drive studio to chat about her recent golf excursion to Michigan.
This Extra Credit Tip from School of Golf with Martin Hall contains four long iron drills including one Hall learned from six-time major champion, Sir Nick Faldo.
Two-time PGA Tour winner Boo Weekley calls in to chat about the current state of his health and how he watched The Masters.


The final round of the Masters drew its second-highest preliminary television rating in 10 years.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – It will likely be a very bittersweet couple of weeks for Andrew “Chubby” Chandler.

Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, answers a viewer's email question on how to stop topping the ball on impact.
The facelift for Pinehursts renowned No. 2 course is complete.
Charl Schwartzel should've known it was going to be a very good day at the very first hole.