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John Daly's career has been revitalized, while a good tournament had a rough week, thanks to Mother Nature. Read More
Bobby Wyatt's fourth-place finish in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans has given him new opportunities and newfound confidence. Read More
A recent anonymous player poll conducted by Sports Illustrated found that many players believe an injured Tiger Woods will someday return to the winner's circle on the PGA Tour. Read More

Today in Golf

Hosts, Charlie and Stina, discuss Brenda's battle with being short off the tee, Blair's surprising rise to the top and how Big Break can even topple even the most experienced players like Derek.
Wall Street professional Nicole Sikora gives you the business end of her wedge game with a bump and run tip you can bank on.
The Final Three discuss their mental states for the 9 hole match and predictions on which player has the best chance to nab the ultimate prize of $100,000.
The Golf Fix's Michael Breed answers viewer Brett from NY's question about how he can get his body through the ball since his friends say he's "all arms."
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Lucas Glover skipped the St .Jude Classic to do some extra work with swing coach Mike Taylor. Funny that a pair of clutch tee shots with irons at Nos.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Walking over to the 15th to watch the action, I spotted a crew rolling and clipping the first green. That's not a good sign.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Tiger Woods finished his week, maybe, with a 69 for an even-par total. The world No.


FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – GolfChannel.com colleague Jay Coffin nailed it in his Sunday wrap up: the New York galleries are getting this one wrong.

You can question the means, but not the ends to Briny Baird’s week on Harbour Town Golf Links’ diminutive greens.
What are Michael Jordan’s chances of breaking 100 at Bethpage Black in Golf Digest’s U.S. Open Challenge?
Second most-asked question – after the standard “Do Tiger and Phil like each other?” – is who is our favorite Tour player? And the answer always surprises.
Michelle Wie’s withdrawal from the pro-am before the Korean LPGA’s Lotte Mart Women’s Open last week wasn’t the unexpected news it was presented to be in overseas news reports,
Your move, Tiger.
Seems there are still some devils in the PGA Tour’s drug-testing details.