- Under the Knife
Paul Goydos says it will be 6 to 8 weeks before he can swing a golf club following surgery to remove a bone spur from his left wrist. The 47-year-old has 2 career PGA TOUR wins.
- Ailing Lawrie
Defending Open de Andalucia champion Paul Lawrie withdrew with an upper respiratory infection. Tournament host Miguel Angel Jimenez is now the highest ranked player in the field. 1st round coverage starts immediately after Morning Drive.
- 20/20 Vision
We are less than an hour away from the first tee shots in the Transitions Championship. Bo Van Pelt, Cameron Tringale and Jeff Overton tee off the 1st hole at 7:45am Eastern. Kris Blanks, John Rollins and John Senden will start at 10.
- Twice as Nice
12-year-old Naomi Lee has already accomplished what many golfers can only dream -- she made two holes-in-one in 4 holes on Pebble Beach's nine-hole Peter Hay executive course. She aced the 82-yard 3rd hole with a 9-iron and the 64-yard 6th hole with a 52-degree wedge.
- Cracking Down on Pre-IPO Trading
- MSG Stock Falls With D’Antoni Resignation
- Retirement Package Worth $143.5 Million
7:12a ET: Jackie DeAngelis, CNBC Business Report
7:25a ET: Scott Williams, Weather Channel Reporter
7:30a ET: Jack Snead, Sam Snead’s Son
7:45a ET: Annika Sorenstam, World Golf Hall of Fame Member
8:15a ET: John Feinstein, Golf Channel Contributor
8:45a ET: Allison Micheletti, Big Break Atlantis
8:45a ET: Gloriana Soto, Big Break Atlantis
9:15a ET: Tim Petrovic, PGA TOUR Player
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“Vehicle” by Ides of March
“Home by the Sea” by Genesis
“Crossroads” by Cream
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