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Today in Golf

Golf Channel European Tour analyst Jay Townsend chats with Erik and Gary about Alvaro Quiros's victory in Dubai over the weekend and Tiger's poor Sunday performance.
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson goes behind-the-scenes on the set of the Warner Bros. studios to see movie magic.
2011 Allianz Championship winner Tom Lehman calls in and chats with Erik and Gary about his victory over the weekend.
LPGA Tour player, Nicole Castrale gives her top 5 restaurants and course stops on the LPGA Tour. senior writer Rex Hoggard is in the Morning Drive studio and chats with Erik and Gary about the victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-A, by D.A.
Golf Channel analyst Tim Rosaforte chats with Erik and Gary about Tiger's latest P.R.
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gives you a tour of Frank Sinatra's house in Palm Springs and all its hidden gems.
NASCAR driver Michael Waltrip calls in on the anniversary of his win at Daytona in 2001 and chats with Erik and Gary about his victory that day, which was also the day of the crash that killed Dale Ea
Sunday at Pebble Beach turned out to be a real Cinderella story.
Phil Mickelson says he has decided to compete in the Match Play Championship.
Tom Lehman birdied the final hole to finish at 13 under to win the Allianz Championship.
Some healthy suggestions to get Tiger back to where he belongs ... and where we want him.

I’m often asked what it is about golf that attracted me to covering the game. The answer is easy. For me, it’s the perfect blend of old and new.

Tiger Woods wasn’t the only big name squandering chances in the wind Sunday at the Omega Keystone Cop Classic.

Robert Garrigus has had to withdraw from the final round of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am because of high blood pressure.

Yani Tseng is just the sixth player to ascend to the No. 1 ranking in the history of the Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking.

Whatever the culprit, for Tiger Woods the results have become clear.

Tiger Woods was still seeking his first tournament trophy in more than a year after falling well short Sunday at the Dubai Desert Classic with a final round 3-over 75.
Taiwans Yani Tseng took over the No. 1 ranking in womens golf after shooting a final-round 68 to win the Australian Ladies Masters by four strokes on Sunday, her second victory in a row Down Under.
About the only thing that went right for Steve Marino was staying in the lead Saturday at the Pebble Beach.