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Today's Morning Drive featured guests Rex Hoggard, Jay Townsend, Glen Weckerlin, Ron Sirak and Kirk Herbstreit
Greg Noman has defended caddie Steve Williams over his Tiger Woods comments, saying the comments were stupid but that he doesnt believe Williams is racist.
Coming off Steve Williams' controversial comments, should organizers at the Australian Open pair Adam Scott and Tiger Woods together?
Jay Don Blake won the Charles Schwab Championship for his second victory of the season, and Tom Lehman took the season points title.

From a spectacle in Shanghai and the ladies in Japan - plus a Tiger Woods sighting - enjoy this edition of Top Photos.

Frank Bensel overcame an eight-stroke deficit Sunday to win the Callaway Golf PGA Assistant Championship for the second straight year.
Chevron's "Eagles for Education" program is at it again, this time funding the First Tee of Visitacion, a troubled neighborhood in northern San Fransisco.
Chevron is a big supporter of The First Tee and their new Campaign for Ten Million Young People initiative.
The PGA Tour no longer is looking for new tournaments in Asia as it considers revamping the schedule so that a new season would start in the fall after the FedEx Cup is over.
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples said he would have canned Steve Williams for the comments he made regarding Tiger Woods at the annual caddie dinner at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
Steve Williams once again set off a firestorm, but there were others in the golf world making some noise this past week.
Martin Kaymer fired a course-record 63 to win the WGC-HSBC Champions by three. Kaymer played the final nine holes in 29 strokes in route to his 10th European Tour victory.
With the final official event of 2011 in the books, at least as far as the PGA Tour is concerned, its time for the membership to cast their votes for the circuits Player of the Year Award.
Golfs two top tour executives condemned caddie Steve Williams racial slur about Tiger Woods on Sunday, yet stopped short of taking any action.
Japans Momoko Ueda birdied the third hole of a playoff with Chinas Shanshan Feng on Sunday to win the Mizuno Classic.
Martin Kaymer made nine birdies over his last 12 holes Sunday and closed with a 9-under 63 to win the HSBC Champions for the biggest comeback ever in a World Golf Championship.
Jay Don Blake shot a 5-under 66 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead of the Champions Tours season-ending Charles Schwab Championship.
Adam Scott is sticking with Steve Williams. In comments reported by The Associated Press, Scott replied, I disagree with that, when asked if Williams should be fired after using a racial slur in reference to Tiger Woods during a caddies dinner in Shanghai.