Watson: New 'Lessons' and Ryder Cup captaincy
Whit Watson interviews Tom Watson about his new instructional DVD and the 2014 Ryder Cup. Watch Morning Drive everday 7AM ET.
Time for U.S. Ryder Cup task force to take action
The U.S. Ryder Cup task force has done plenty of talking. Now it's time for it to take some action.
Report: Gleneagles' sale price could reach $300M
Diageo plc, the world's largest distiller, is looking to cash in on Gleneagles' recent exposure and has hired a real estate broker to handle a potential sale.
Love: Ryder Cup task force wants to meet in December
Ted Bishop may be gone but a crucial part of his legacy marches on.
Ryder Cuppers get back to business
The new PGA Tour season felt like an old one to a trio of Ryder Cup players Thursday at the Frys.com Open.
Breakups! Scandals! 2014 season full of soap operas
Breakups! Scandals! Cliff hangers! The season was full of soap operas. What will happen in 2015? Stay tuned.
Mahan: Ryder Cup flap will lead to positive change
Hunter Mahan believes the Ryder Cup captain controversy will be a turning point for the long-slumping U.S.
Poulter: Shocked and disappointed in Bishop
"Shocking and disappointing." That's how Ian Poulter described his reaction to PGA of America president Ted Bishop's characterization of him as a "Lil Girl" while criticizing him for remarks he made about Nick Faldo in his autobiography.
2014 Newsmaker No. 2: The Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup boiled down to leadership. The Europeans were led to victory, and the Americans to infighting and a task force.
LPGA issues statement on Bishop's ouster
The LPGA issued a statement Saturday morning reacting to Ted Bishop’s removal Friday as president of the PGA of America after he created a controversy calling European Ryder Cup star Ian Poulter a little girl in two social media posts.
Foursomes the answer to slow play?
Integrating foursome play into American golf could help Ryder Cup chances and combat slow play. Tim Finchem is on board.