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.
Bishop's trolling is par for his course
PGA president Ted Bishop's shots at Ian Poulter will mark the end of a reign that has been filled with too many look-at-me moments.
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.
Timeline: Poulter vs. Bishop
Evolution of the dispute between PGA of America president Ted Bishop and European Ryder Cup team member Ian Poulter.
Zach: 2014, 2012 Ryder Cup losses very different
Of the last two U.S. Ryder Cup losses, one in particular still eats at Zach Johnson. Which one is it?
Hawk's Nest: Nicklaus speaks the truth on task force
Leave it to the Golden Bear to get right to the point — Tom Watson didn't lose the Ryder Cup and the task force is overkill.
Cut Line: Azinger's RC plan; Tiger's appearance fees
Cut Line examines Paul Azinger's Ryder Cup plan and Tiger Woods' appearance fees.
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.
Notes: Too many people inside ropes at Ryder Cup?
For the first two days of the Ryder Cup, only 16 players were on the golf course at the same time. And they had plenty of company.
Hawk's Nest: Ryder Cup fallout enters Week 2
As the radioactive particles continue to settle following the Ryder Cup, U.S. team member Jim Furyk offers a few thoughts.
McGinley named Euro Tour Golfer of the Month
The European Tour’s Golfer of the Month for September didn’t hit a shot last month.