Olym-pick Games: Who joins Tiger on U.S. squad?
GolfChannel.com writer Ryan Lavner joins Bailey Mosier to discuss the players they think will comprise the 2016 Olympic Team in Rio.
Olympic decision: McIlroy to play for Ireland in 2016
Former executive director of the European Tour, Ken Schofield gives his input on Rory McIlroy's decision to play for Ireland for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7 AM ET.
Olympic spirit: Jimmy Roberts talks golf in Rio
Jimmy Roberts sits down with Gary Williams from Sochi to talk about the Olympics and how golf plays into that. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
In Play: Gil Hanse and the 2016 Olympic course
In Play profiles the course designer for the 2016 Olympics, Gil Hanse and we get a glimpse of the progress being made in Rio.
Report: Rio course construction could be halted
Course construction in Rio could be facing another road block, with Brazilian prosecutors threatening to halt progress unless developers produce necessary paperwork.
Struggles: Bubba on Sunday; Olympic course
Geoff Shackelford on the Sunday struggles for Bubba Watson and latest on Rio's preparations for the Olympics. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7AM ET.that is now oh for five with solo 54 hole leads for Bubba Watson . Oh for five, do you conclude anything about him, or just in a larger sense about this particular notation. Well, he really fell that all came down to one bad tee shot, and I was out there, and it was, it was bad, and he knew it immediately, and it was amazing it still went out of bounds, cuz it went right through a tree but. After the round, he really played it down, he was, very, pleased with the week, you know he, you know for, as you know, Gary, a player of his caliber, when you don't like a golf course and you don't play well there. you, you tend to just stay away, and he came here, he played and now he's
Growing, growing, gone: O'Grady talks growth
George O'Grady discusses what the European Tour does on a global level to bring itself to new heights, including their support of the Amateur Golf Federation, the PGA Tour, the Ryder Cup and the Olympic Games.European Tour inspires people to play the game. We used several different techniques to do that. We support the Amateur Golf Federation throughout the world. We support the PGAs throughout the world. We've used the Ryder Cup to grow the game in the countries we go to. We've supported Golf's Inclusion, the Olympic Games and that, I think, more than anything else in the countries we visit had a really strong impact. The European Tour's always enjoy a really good relationship with the Chinese Golf Association. This year's are our 42nd co-sanctioned event, our first big challenge tour event in China. We give the Chinese players a chance to play against good and top professionals. The growth has been staggering certainly since golf became an Olympic sport and we look forward to continuing our relationship with the CGA for many years to come. No one can be immune to the Eurasian crisis. Golf will come back in spring, Tournament Golf, because we represent credibility and visibility and tremendous value for money. In the meantime, we formed a great partnership in South Africa with the Sunshine Tour , seven co-sanctioned events plus the Volvo Champion Tournament in Durban. We've looked at all the different parts of the world. The Czech
Olympic gold: Scott and Day team up in 2016?
Adam Scott and Jason Day have had much success in recent tournaments, but what does that mean for Australia's team in the 2016 Olympics? Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.-Lead by Adam Scott , these two are revitalizing golf in Australia. I mean this is front page, not front page of the Sports section. This is front page stuff. I'm gonna presume that they don't have ticker-tape parades in Australia. I'm pretty sure they don't have ticker-tape anywhere anymore. But-- but if they did, these two will get the equivalent of that. And here what's really important. The kids are watching. You think about all the kids who watched Greg Norman . These two watched Greg Norman . That's how they get where they are in-- in a world of golf. The kids are watching these two now. You think about how many kids these little run right here, these three weeks are gone. Hey mom, dad Christmas is coming up maybe, maybe I can get some golf clubs 'cause I wanna be like those two guys. -You know who else is watching? Is their fellow Aussie professional golfers. -Uhum. -I haven't seen the kind of support when Adam Scott won the Masters. If we went-- if you went online on Twitter you would see every single Australian professional golfer that wassaid he sat on the couch, was nursing his daughter and watching Adam Scott win the Masters. He send he text message Adam Scott , what you've done is unbelievable. And Adam can hardly put words together. He was so excited. So you-- I think [unk] exactly might this will affect Geoff Ogilvy [unk] as the major champion. This will affect I believe Mark Leishman who was shotgun with Adam Scott at the Masters Tournament back in April. I think it's in a huge renaissance right now for the game of golf in Australia. - Greg Norman tweeted this morning a congratulations to both gentlemen. Greg Norman celebrated that night in the United States in South Florida when Adam won. Where was he on the New Morning? In the