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Phil Mickelson and Jim 'Bones' Mackay call it quits, while Jordan Spieth fixes his putting. Plus, a new era of Tour drug testing. Read More
Jordan Spieth shot a 1-under 69 on Friday to maintain a one-stroke lead midway through the second round of the Travelers Championship in Connecticut. Read More
Rory McIlroy made par after hitting a tee shot into a water hazard and bogey after hitting 4 inches behind his ball. Oh, and he made the cut at the Travelers. Read More
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Today in Golf

Champions Tour Player John Cook joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about his win at the Montreal Championship, his third Champions Tour win of 2011.
U.S. Kids Golf Founder Dan Van Horn joins ‘Morning Drive’ to discuss Family Golf Month and also touches on the best ways to get children involved in the game of golf.
'Morning Drive' co-hosts Gary Williams and Erik Kuselias try to figure out why golfers have been so bad at celebrating big moments.
Big Break Indian Wells competitors Robbie Biershenk and Carl Whyte join ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about what many folks are calling the shot of the season and also touch on the dynamic of their unlikel
Summer is a time to celebrate with family and Play Golf America encourages golfers to hit the course during Family Golf Month for a healthy and affordable way to spend quality time together.
Bag check for this past week's winners, including Nick Watney, Thomas Levet and John Cook
Webb Simpson, J.B. Holmes and Steve Marino are among five alternates who can book a trip to the British Open.
Miura Golf's latest forged iron set allows the average golfer a chance to play with elite-looking and elite-performing clubs.
Adams Golf allows consumers to mix and match hybrids and irons to form a perfect, individual set of clubs.
3-Time PGA Tour Winner John Rollins joins 'Morning Drive' to give his thoughts on the comments made in France by Bubba Watson and shares his opinion on the differences playing on the European Tour ver
Tim Rosaforte joins 'Morning Drive' co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams to discuss if Nick Watney is the American favorite heading toward next week's Open Championship.
The GolfChannel.com team offers up their picks from three groups to win the 2011 John Deere Classic.
Steve Stricker is the two-time defending champion of the John Deere Classic, and he's favored to win a third consecutive title.
Air Deere, as the chartered 767 is called by tournament officials, has become more than just a perk for United Kingdom-bound players, for many PGA Tour types its become a reason to come to TPC Deere Run.
Today's Morning Drive featured guests Rex Hoggard, Jay Townsend, Tim Rosaforte, Ron Sirak and John Rollins.
Celebrating the Fourth of July, here are some hot topics and explosive comments from this past week in golf.
Charles Howell III is off to the British Open after his third-place finish Sunday at the AT&T National and amateur Patrick Cantlay has another strong week on Tour.
While Rory McIlroy was destroying the field at the U.S. Open a few weeks ago, four American politicians were having their own little golf tournament.
John Cook shot 21 under to set a tournament record and win the Montreal Championship, after closing with a 6-under 66 Sunday.
Clamoring for a breakout star, America may have found it on Fourth of July weekend as Nick Watney won for the second time this year.

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