- Youngest Ever
A 10-year-old is in the U.S. Women's Amateur. 10-year-old Latanna Stone won medalist honors with a 70 in her qualifier to get into the event. Stone beats the record by two years. Also, 8 players have qualified at 12-years-old.
- Anchor Debate
The R&A confirms it will team up with the USGA to determine the legality of anchoring putters in golf sometime this year. 3 of the last 4 major champions won with anchored putters.
- Number 2
Lost in the shuffle of The Open Championship, Tiger Woods' tie for 3rd was good enough to move him up to 2nd in the Official World Golf Ranking. It's his highest position since January of 2011.
- Olympic Spirit
Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia hit balls from a barge on the River Thames to a floating green last night in London. It is part of the London Games build-up and a celebration of golf's return to the Olympic Games starting in 2016.
- Cisco Cutting 1,300 Jobs
- Financial Aid Shopping Sheet
- Pepsi Scores Super Bowl Halftime
7:12a ET: Kayla Tausche, CNBC Business Report
7:15a ET: John Hawkins, Golf Channel Contributor
7:30a ET: Marcela Leon & Selanee Henderson, Big Break Atlantis
7:45a ET: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys Quarterback
8:15a ET: Rex Hoggard, GolfChannel.com Senior Writer
8:45a ET: Scott Stallings, 2012 True South Classic Champion
If interested in the music you heard today on 'Morning Drive', download it on iTunes.
“Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers Band
“Don’t Bring Me Down” by Electric Light Orchestra
“Good Morning Good Morning” by The Beatles
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