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Today in Golf

Despite being north of the border this week, some of Americas biggest names sit tightly bunched atop the Canadian Open leaderboard.
Thailands Ariya Jutanugarn, the top-ranked player in the field, was forced to the 18th hole Thursday before beating Canadas Jisoo Keel to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Girls Junior Championship.
Mark OMeara says Tiger Woods has lost one of the best caddies around in Steve Williams but believes his close friend will cope without the New Zealander.
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, the 2009 U.S. Junior Amateur winner, advanced with a 2-and-1 victory over Wesley Gosselin of Knoxville, Tenn. in the second round.
Whether you side with Tiger Woods, Steve Williams or dont have a cat in the fight in the increasingly curious case of Player v. Caddie, you can admit the following reeks of irony. Woods divorced from Williams only after the caddie wasn't faithful to him and started seeing another player.
Amateur golfer Robert Karlsson shared the top on the leaderboard with fellow SwedeAlexander Noren and South African Jaco Van Zyl after they shot 5-under 67s in Thursdays first round of the Nordea Masters.
On Thursday, Tony Navarro told his hometown paper in Moline, Ill., that he is ready to answer Woods call if the 14-time major winner would like him to serve as his new looper.
Alexander Noren shot an opening-round 67 and is tied atop the leaderboard on home soil after Round 1 of the Nordea Masters.
Former British Open champion Karen Stupples shot a 5-under 67 Thursday at the Evian Masters for a share of the first-round lead with Maria Hjorth and Shin-Ae Ahn.
Boston Celtics Head Coach Doc Rivers joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about his upcoming celebrity golf tournament and also discusses the aspects of golf he utilizes when coaching the game of basketball.
Director of Golf Operations Ryan Wilson joins ‘Morning Drive’ to explain the initiative the Golf Club at Lansdowne has in place to get juniors to play the game of golf at a young age.
Mark Calcavecchia defied the afternoon rain to shoot a bogey-free 68 and take a three-way share of the first-round lead at the Senior British Open on Thursday.
'Morning Drive' hosts Gary Williams and Erik Kuselias talk about the latest firing from Tiger Woods and react to what his former caddie Steve Williams is saying.
After a 10-day excursion to Northern Ireland and England, here are a few items that were left in the notebook.
Today's Morning Drive featured guests Ryan Wilson, Scott Williams, Annika Sorenstam, John Feinstein, Doc Rivers and Boo Weekley.
A former U.S. Open and Ryder Cup host, Oakland Hills Country Club near Detroit has been selected as the host of the 2016 U.S. Amateur
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, the 2009 winner of this championship, was in control in his 4-and-3 victory over Blake Toolan of Phoenix in Wednesday's round at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Casie Cathrea, Eimi Koga, Gabriella Then and Thailands Ariya Jutanugam advanced to the second round of match play at the U.S. Girls Junior Championship on Wednesday.
Mike Weir has enjoyed a lot of breakthroughs playing golf in Vancouver, including his first professional win while playing on the Canadian Tour in 1997, and his first PGA Tour victory two years later.
Tiger Woods' never-ending soap opera continues, and the rumor mill for potential caddie candidates is underway.