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With the Rules of Golf again under attack, governing bodies took another step in trying to limit video evidence with a new decision. Read More
“There’s more gray area than clear definition,” two-time major champion Stacy Lewis said, referring to Decision 34-3/10. “It didn’t really clarify anything.” Read More
PGA Tour players are impatiently waiting for action from the USGA and R&A, and while Tuesday's new decisions are a start more work remains. Read More

Today in Golf

Can golf flourish without Tiger? The answer is being delivered by a handful of young superstars in the making.
Today's Morning Drive featured guests Alex Miceli, John Hawkins and Michael Whan.
Royal Portrush Golf Club is not the only hot spot in the game right now. Count St. Simons Island to that list.
Golf Channels popular reality series will return for its 16th season this fall at historic K Club in Ireland, home of the 2006 Ryder Cup.
Rex Hoggard and Jason Sobel join Win McMurry to wrap up the 2011 Open Championship. How popular was Darren Clarke’s Open Championship victory amongst his peers?
In this edition of 'Dot-com Par 5,' the panel weighs in on the young star that will win the most major championships, as well as what the Open Championship disclosed about the state of Phil Mickelson’
Dustin Johnson probably doesnt think hell have to wait 15 years to win a major. Then again, a young Darren Clarke might have thought the same thing.
Does Tiger need a swing change? A caddie change? No, John Feinstein says that he might need an agent change.
While the attention now shifts to Atlanta for the final major of the year, right behind that is the start of the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Jack Newman changed his swing earlier in the season but after some soul searching and a tired, two-way miss, he's gone back to what he knows best.
Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand shot a 4-under 68 on Monday to lead Canadian Irene Jung by one stroke after the first round of stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Girls Junior Championship.
LPGA Futures Tour Player Brittany Johnston joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about her victory at the 2011 ING New England Golf Classic.
PGA Tour Rookie Chris Kirk joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about his win at the 2011 Viking Classic and also chats about the 2007 U.S.
Nationwide Tour Player Russell Knox joins ‘Morning Drive’ to speak about his win at the 2011 Chiquita Classic and also talks about his favorite golf course in Scotland.
'Morning Drive' co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams tell you which star players need a late-season run to turn around a disappointing 2011.
The team offers up their picks from three groups to win the RBC Canadian Open.
Bag check for this past week's winners, including Open Championship winner Darren Clark, Chris Kirk and Russell Knox.
Riding lofty expectations into the British Open, world No. 1 Luke Donald failed to make the weekend. Can he redeem himself in Canada?
Today's Morning Drive featured guests Brittany Johnston, Russell Knox and Chris Kirk.