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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

Tiger Woods is back home, nursing a sore leg. The rest of American golf isnt doing so well, either.
Nick Watney may be among the top Americans heading into the Open Championship, but he's trying to win for himself not his country.
Davis Love, Lucas Glover and Brandt Snedeker wanted to be sure they were off the golf course and in front of their television in time for the Womens World Cup.
Martin Kaymer is the third-ranked player in the world, but he isn't getting much publicity as the start of the Open Championship nears.
A new course in the seaside region of Barra in Rio de Janeiro will host the golf tournament at the 2016 Olympics.
Robert Karlsson owns a unique perspective on what separates players from the U.S. and European Tours.
Steve Sands and Frank Nobilo talk about Royal St. George’s and the difficulties the course poses for the Open Championship.
Catch the best moments from the July 13th episode of ‘Morning Drive,’ and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.
Rex Hoggard says your take on this Open Championship will depend on whether you like chalk or underdogs hoisting the claret jug.
Three-time Open champion Gary Player joins ‘Morning Drive’ to give his thoughts on Royal St.
'Morning Drive' hosts Erik Kuselias and Rich Lerner tell you the man they expect to win his first major this week at the Open Championship.

Photos from Wednesday at the Open Championship at Royal St. George's.

Photos from Wednesday at the Open Championship at Royal St. George's.

The Open Championship has provided its share of fluky champions. Which begs the question: will a top-20 player win this week?
Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews chief executive Peter Dawson, instrumental in the push to have golf included in the 2016 Olympic Games, confirmed on Wednesday that the dates of the 16 Games will require modifications to the current competitive calendar.
The vagaries of links golf and the luck of the draw are a few reasons why the Open Championship is wide open.
The iconic image of late Spanish great Seve Ballesteros will be hard to miss at this weeks British Open at Royal St. Georges.
The team offers up their picks from three groups to win the 2011 Open Championship
Bag check for this past week's winners, including So Yeon Ryu, Steve Stricker, Jeff Sluman and Luke Donald.
With strong winds set to cause havoc at the British Open, organizers warned Wednesday that some tees may have to be brought forward at Royal St. George's to make the course playable.