Overdrive: Mount Rushmore of current putters
Lauren Thompson, Tim Rosaforte and Arron Oberholser discuss topics including their fewest number of putts in 9 holes and the Mount Rushmore of current putters. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.
Last man standing: Gay survives Humana playoff
Nick Faldo and Terry Gannon wrap up Day 4 at the Humana Challenge where Brian Gay wins in a three man playoff.
Players capitalize on prime conditions in Georgia
Curt Byrum and Rich Lerner recap day 1 of the PGA McGladrey Classic.
Audio Morning Drive - Brian Gay Interview
3-Time PGA Tour Winner Brian Gay joins 'Morning Drive' to discuss some of the things he needs to do to contend at the 2011 U.S. Open.
Better to be consistent or occasionally brilliant?
Brian Gay doesn't contend often, but when he does, he has a solid winning rate. Is it better than being consistently good?
Preparing for the pressure that comes in a playoff
Brian Gay captured his fourth career PGA title in a playoff at the Humana Challenge on Sunday. Would you know how to handle a playoff situation?
Four events in four countries for groggy Gay
Four tournaments in four weeks in four different countries. Brian Gay is exhausted, but he wouldn't change a thing.
What's in the Bag: Gay, Donaldson, Cook
Take a look inside the bags of last week's winners on their respective tours: Brian Gay, Jamie Donaldson and John Cook.
Gay assessed penalty stroke after stepping on ball
There are 18 competitors at the Travelers Championship who can thank Brian Gays foot for at least one more round of golf this weekend.
Gator golf: Unexpected reptile part of RBC crowd
PGA Tour caddies work hard, wearing a lot of different hats for their players to succeed. Brian Gay's looper, Kip Henley, went above and beyond the call of duty on Thursday.
Donald turns the Masters page - Morning Drive
Tony Dovolani from "Dancing with the Stars" traded in his dance shoes for soft spikes to join Erik Kuselias in a conversation on the players you need to watch in the RBC Heritage.you look at the field, what stands out to you? -I think Luke Donald , he has a lot to prove this week and I think he's gonna come back, you know, more focused. I feel like the course fits his game a lot better and now that he's changed his body from, you know, they had at about 10 pounds of muscle, -Yeah. -I think he's getting used to it, then I think he's gonna have one of the best games. -There are a lot of guys in the field that could use either their first PGA Tour win or their first PGA Tour win in a while. Jason Dufner has gotten a lot of tension, but has never won on the PGA tour. -Correct. -David Duval, former world number one, had won in forever. He is in the field. Chris DiMarco played really well at the Masters in back to back years. He hadn't won in a while. Ernie Els would like to win and get back to Augusta. Brian Gay , this is a course that fits his eye, but he has not played well. Bud Collie could be the next emerging superstar. Imagine, following up of Bubba win with Bud Collie win. -That would be great. -There are a lot of different guys and a lot of different story lines that would be good. -I still like Ernie Els actually on top of - that I like. If it's not Luke Donald , I think Ernie Els will be there because I feel like I took not being at the Masters personally. -Yup. -And that thing is gonna go
The start of Fall: Tour's second season under way - Morning Drive
Two lived the drama, the other watches it each fall. Jerry Foltz, Tripp Isenhour and Gary Williams tell you what they're looking forward to most this Fall Series on the PGA Tour.you're not buried, you have an opportunity to play golf on the PGA Tour next year but some of the guys right around that number, Jason Bohn , Billy Mayfair , Jerry Kelly - -Brian Gay. -Brian Gay. Jerry Kelly is a 128th right now. He has finished inside the top 125, 15 of 16 years on the PGA Tour and some people say, you know what, that's an-excuse me, $24 million doing that. He doesn't need to do this but then
Fantasy Island Buick Open
The last time Tiger Woods played the Buick Open, he won. Three years later, is he the favorite?