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TODAY'S TOPICS
- No Lead Safe: No lead is safe at the Deutsche Bank Championship. With one round to go Bubba Watson leads by one ... with 18 of the world's best players within 3 shots of his 11-under par.
- On the Bubble: Big names like Graeme McDowell, Anthony Kim and Davis Love III need big moves Monday to get into the top 70 to advance to the BMW Championship.
- Great Dane: 40-year Thomas Bjorn shoots a spectacular final round 62 to win the Omega European Masters over Kaymer, McIlroy and Westwood. It's his 2nd straight win on the European Tour.
- Moving on Up: Gary Christian started the week 27th on the Nationwide Tour money list -- but a win at the Mylan Classic gets him to number 4....safely inside 'The 25' who will earn PGA TOUR cards for 2012.

GUEST SCHEDULE
7:30a ET:               Rex Hoggard, GolfChannel.com Senior Writer
7:45 & 8:45a ET:    Tim Rosaforte, Golf Channel Insider
8:15a ET:               Ron Sirak, Golf World Executive Editor

WATCH & LISTEN TO TODAY'S ACTION
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TODAY'S MUSIC
If interested in the music you heard today on 'Morning Drive', download it on iTunes.
Love Me Two Times - The Very Best of the Doors (Bonus Track Version) 'Love Me Two Times” by The Doors
Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen: Greatest Hits “Thunder Road”  by Bruce Springsteen
Ain “Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked” by Cage the Elephant

UPCOMING GUESTS
Tune-in or stream the show live on GolfChannel.com this week at 7AM ET

Tuesday, September 6
Champions Tuesday

Wednesday, September 7
John Hawkins
Alex Miceli

Thursday, September 8
Annika Sorenstam
John Feinstein

Friday, September 9
Al Michaels
Jason Sobel

GOLFNOW DAILY HOOK UP
Previous day's winner:
 
Hector Cazares of Indio, CA
Painted Desert Golf Course in Las Vegas, NV
 
Painted Desert Gold Course is the former site of the Nevada Open. This Jay Morrish design offers a true test of skill and is consistently rated as one of the best-maintained public courses in Nevada.

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