Thursday - July 5, 2012


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- Dottie's Back
2013 U.S. Solheim Cup Team Captain Meg Mallon named Dottie Pepper as an Assistant Captain for her team. Pepper represented the United States in 6 Solheim Cups.
- Wide Open Open
The 67th U.S. Women's Open begins at 8AM ET at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconsin and it's expected to be a tough test. When Blackwolf Run hosted the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open, +6 was the score that was needed to get into a playoff.
- June Boom
The votes are in and Tiger Woods is the AVIS PGA TOUR Player of the Month for June on the strength of his win in the Memorial Tournament. Woods earned 51% of the vote. He tees off at 8:10AM ET in his first Greenbrier Classic appearance.
- French Toast
The Alstom Open de France is underway on the European Tour. Lee Westwood is among the notables who are seeking to win France’s National Open Championship. We have full 1st round coverage immediately after Morning Drive.
CNBC Business Headlines
- June Retail Report
- Apple Working on Smaller Tablet
- Campaign Against Online Showrooms
6:45a ET:    Max Adler, Golf Digest Staff Writer
7:12a ET:    Courtney Reagan, CNBC Business Report
7:25a ET:    Alex Wallace, Weather Channel Report
7:45a ET:    Justin Thomas, 2012 Haskins Award Winner
8:05a ET:    Randall Mell, Senior Writer
8:15a ET:    Annika Sorenstam, 3-time U.S. Women’s Open Champion
Best of Morning Drive July 5, 2012 > Watch Recap Now
*WEB EXCLUSIVE* U.S. Solheim Cup captaincy in Pepper's future? > Watch Now
If interested in the music you heard today on 'Morning Drive', download it on iTunes.
Mr. Blue Sky - Out of the Blue (30th Anniversary Edition) “Mr. Blue Sky” by Electric Light Orchestra
Good Morning Good Morning - Sgt. Pepper “Good Morning Good Morning” by The Beatles
Peaceful Easy Feeling - Eagles “Peaceful Easy Feeling” by Eagles
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