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Today in Golf

Golf Channel analyst Tim Rosaforte is in the Morning Drive studio to chat with Erik and Gary about Johnny Vegas's win at the Bob Hope Classic, Dustin Johnson's new home, and Martin Kaymer's rise to #2
Five-time PGA Tour winner Ken Green is in the Morning Drive studio to tell his amazing story about how a traffic accident took his girlfriend, his brother, his dog, and his leg, and about how he's wor
2010 PGA Teaching Professional of the Year Todd Anderson is in the Morning Drive studio to talk about his students in the "Sea Island Mafia," most notably the recently named 2012 U.S.
Wall Street Journal golf business writer John Paul Newport is in the Morning Drive studio to discuss the shift from private to public golf courses and the marketability of different players.
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2006 World Series Champion pitcher Mark Mulder calls in to chat with Erik and Gary about his success on the Golf Channel Amateur Tour.
Golfchannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard calls in to chat with Erik and Gary about Tiger's commitment to the Farmers Insurance Open, the new Official World Golf Ranking, Phil Mickelson's current phys
PGA Tour Network radio host Brian Katrek is in the Morning Drive studio to discuss the victory of Johnny Vegas at the Bob Hope Classic, the controversy over home viewers calling pentalties on tour pla

Take a look at these stats:

Martin Kaymer’s worldwide results since the 2010 Open Championship

Events: 10

Wins: 4

The Bob Hope Classic isn’t in the books yet, but the newest Official World Golf Ranking’s top 10 is set and won’t be affected by what happens later today in the final round in Pal

Martin Kaymer shot a 6-under par 66 on Sunday to win the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship by eight shots and climb above Tiger Woods as No. 2 in the world rankings.
Russ Cochran shot a 7-under 65 to keep a two-stroke lead over defending champion Tom Watson.
Jhonattan Vegas birdied the final five holes Saturday to rejoin Gary Woodland atop the Bob Hope Classic.
Jason Roets earns invitation to the Puerto Rico Open after winning inaugural Puerto Rico Junior Open.

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