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Today in Golf

Golf Channel Insider Tim Rosaforte disucsses David Tom's emotional win at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial and Tiger Woods falling out of the top 10 in the World Golf Rankings.
The tour's brightest stars return to make their mark on history. Coverage of the HP Byron Nelson Championship begins Thursday LIVE at 3 & 8:30PM ET on Golf Channel.
Golf Channel Insider Rex Hoggard drops by the Morning Drive Studio to discuss U.S. Open qualifying, Rory Sabbatini's potential suspension and the caddie carousel.
Golf World Magazine Executive Director Ron Sirak phones into Morning Drive to talk about social networking on tour and the learning experiences some players are going through.
Golf Channel Analyst Jay Townsend talks about Ian Poulter's Volvo World Match Play Championship win and gives a feel of what fans can expect from this weeks' BMW PGA Championship.
Watch as the PGA of America brings together the biggest names in golf.
Catch the best moments from the May 23rd episode of Morning Drive, and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.
Golf Central's Tim Rosaforte reports on Tiger Woods dropping out of the top 10 in the world golf rankings, the first time he has been out of the top 10 since 1997.
Suzann Pettersen beat Cristie Kerr 1-up to win the Sybase Match Play Championship on Sunday, ending a 20-month victory drought.
South Africas Garth Mulroy won the BMW Charity Pro-Am on Sunday for his second career Nationwide Tour title, beating Sunghoon Kang on the first hole of a playoff when the South Korean missed a 3-foot par putt.
David Toms was beginning to wonder if he could ever win again on the PGA Tour. Now he has the most satisfying victory of all, lucky No. 13.
Ian Poulter still trails Tiger Woods in the world rankings, but he's on the rise and Woods is in decline.
Ian Poulter denied Luke Donald a coveted place at the top of the world rankings on Sunday, beating his fellow Englishman 2 and 1 in a scrappy final of the World Match Play Championship to claim his first title of 2011.
Welcome to golfs version of super Sunday, at least for a dozen or so players angling to wrap up their spots in next months U.S. Open or Julys British Open Championship.
The world's best were pitted against each other in match play this week, but it's all in friendly competition.
Ian Poulter stumbled on his way to victory at the Volvo World Match Play Championship.
Second-ranked Luke Donald overwhelmed Martin Kaymer 5 and 3 to power into the final of the World Match Play Championship on Sunday, setting up another chance to take over as No. 1 for the first time.
From sour grapes and a sour taste to the sweet taste of victorious champagne for Poulter.
If you enjoy watching golf, Sunday is a gift fom Golf Channel: wall-to-wall coverage beginning at 6 a.m. ET with the conclusion of the Volvo World Match Play Championship.

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