Looking up: Fowler, Woods trail upstart Levin
In this edition of GolfTalkCentral, Kelly Tilghman, Brandel Chamblee and Tim Rosaforte talk about the Memorial Tournament. They discuss leader Spencer Levin and the final round pairing with Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler that should draw a ton of attention on Sunday.
Morning Drive: Comparing the epic collapses
Spencer Levin in Phoenix or Kyle Stanley at Torrey Pines? Which collapse was more epic? 'Morning Drive' co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams weigh in.
Mell and Hoggard: What We Learned at Phoenix
GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Randall Mell join Win McMurry to share what we learned over the weekend at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Report: Thumb injury could sideline Levin in '13
Spencer Levin could miss the 2013 season if his surgically repaired thumb isn't 100 percent by next month's event at Pebble Beach.
Thumbs down: Putter mishap ends Levin's season
Be careful handling those belly putters: Spencer Levin's 2012 season ended Tuesday after he underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb.
Despite Levin's Memphis MC, gets into U.S. Open
A week after narrowly missing out on a chance to clinch a berth in the U.S. Open, Spencer Levin will be in the field at The Olympic Club after all.
Memorial, U.S. Open exemption slip away from Levin
Not only did Spencer Levin fail to pick up his first PGA Tour win on Sunday, he guaranteed himself an early wake-up call for the 36-hole U.S. Open sectional qualifier in Columbus on Monday.
Tiger rallies for win No. 73 at Memorial
With a string of late birdies, Tiger Woods won the Memorial and tied Jack Nicklaus for second on the all-time PGA Tour win list with No. 73.
Levin 1 off Memorial lead, trying to avenge early season loss
Spencer Levin posted an opening-round 5-under 67 to sit one off the Memorial Tournament lead in hopes of avenging his close call at the Waste Management Phoenix Open earlier this year.
Stanley in for Match Play; Daly up 235 spots
Kyle Stanley moved into the top 60 with his victory in Phoenix, while John Daly is up 234 spots in the latest Official World Golf Ranking.
Sabbatini vaults into lead; Woods one back
That other Rory ' Rory Sabbatini ' played his best golf in the worst weather Friday at the Memorial and made a surprising appearance atop the leaderboard. Right behind him was a Tiger Woods that looked all too familiar.
Worse meltdown: Levin in Phoenix; Stanley at Torrey Pines?
Spencer Levin blew a six-shot lead over one round. Kyle Stanley blew a three-shot lead on one hole. Which meltdown was worse?
Aw-Phil: Lefty on Torrey 77: 'Pathetic'
Bill Haas fired an opening-round 63 on the North Course at the Farmers Insurance Open where he sits one off the pace shared by Spencer Levin and Kyle Stanley.