Guthrie, Danny Lee speak to The First Tee
Gary Williams, Luke Guthrie and Danny Lee speak to The First Tee. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Experience pays off for Hoffman as he wins OHL Classic
Rich Lerner and Curt Byrum recap the final round of the 2014 OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
Contending, again: Kuchar looks for first win of '14
In this edition of Golf Channel News Desk Presented by Callaway, Jason Sobel examines the strong play of Matt Kuchar and discusses the round one distance leaders from the RBC Heritage.
Golfing World: Chalmers seeks first PGA Tour title
Golfing World's Cara Robinson reports from the Valspar Championship, where Greg Chalmers is seeking his first PGA Tour win in 345 attempts.
Bohn leads Stefani by one at Mayakoba through 54
Jason Bohn battled rainy conditions Saturday to post a X-under XX and take a XX-shot lead at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba through 54 holes.
Rookie Hadley holds off Lee, wins Puerto Rico
Rookie Chesson Hadley won his first career PGA Tour title Sunday at the Puerto Rico Open.
Lee, Perez among four tied in chilly Tampa
Matt Every made the best of the worst conditions Thursday and wound up in a four-way tie for the lead in the Valspar Championship.
Aces wild at Humana; field tallies four aces
While Danny Lee's ace on Sunday was the fourth of the week at the Humana Challenge, it falls well short of the PGA Tour record.
Rookie of the year predictions
In this 'Morning Drive' web-exclusive Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams discuss their predictions for who will be the 2012 rookie of the year on the PGA Tour. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays from 7-9AM ET only on Golf Channelto win. 2009, he wins in Australia. Youngest player ever on the European Tour at that time to win, so he's not afraid to step up and play well early. He's got the ability. He's got pedigree. He's got the track record of doing good things right out of the gate, so I'm gonna take Danny Lee. Speaker2: Yeah. We had 6 rookies win this year on the PGA Tour and for Charl Schwartzel was a rookie, so he does count. Speaker 1: Sure. Speaker2: Total of 7 wins and major championship. You think that this