More than a game: Lyle's emotional return
Jarrod Lyle tees off for the first time since February, 2012 after a bout with cancer.
Gold standard: Scott goes back to back Down Under
Adam Scott finishes first in the Talisker Masters giving him his second back-to-back championship since The Masters and The Barclays. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Jarrod Lyle Talisker Masters 1st Round Interview
Jarrod Lyle discusses his emotions at the 1st Round of the Talisker Masters.
Lyle: Allenby 'amazed' by Jarrod's return to golf
Robert Allenby speaks about watching Jarrod Lyle's return to professional golf and what it was like for friends and family to witness. Go to GolfChannel.com/lyle for the complete special report.
Scott shares Aussie Masters lead at halfway mark
Following three consecutive birdies to start his second round at the Australian Masters, Adam Scott cooled and finished with a 5-under 66 for a share of the lead at Royal Melbourne.
Scott hangs on to capture Australian Masters
Adam Scott had to dig deep to win the Aussie Masters and its signature sportswear.
Lyle achieves goal, makes Aussie Masters cut
After being sidelined because of a second bout with leukemia, Jarrod Lyle makes a triumphant return to the game.
Sights and sounds from Lyle's emotional return
Highlights of Jarrod Lyle during an emotional return to golf after a second battle with luekemia at the Talisker Masters. Watch 'Morning Drive' everyday 7AM ET.
Scott leads by 4, will be paired with Singh in final round
The final pairing in the final round of the Australian Masters will consist of a couple of U.S. Masters winners, Adam Scott and Vijay Singh.
Lyle: Tears and joy at Australian Masters return
Jarrod Lyle returns to professional golf at Royal Melbourne for the 2013 Australian Masters. Go to GolfChannel.com/lyle for the complete special report.Lyle. -I was almost resigned of the fact that I would never play golf again and I said through this whole thing that, you know, my health and my family is more important than anything else in the world. -I actually felt early on that he had decided that golf was no longer important to him, and that the important thing was to get through the transplant, to be cured and to spend time with his family. -I never thought that I would be a professional golfer. I never thought that I'd play in the PGA tour . I'd never thought I'd play in major championships . I've done all that, and if I never hit another golf shot in my life, then I could be happy with, will be all right, and saying, "That's it, I'm done." -I know he will get back out there. I know that for a fact he will get back out there and he will play again on the PGA tour . But I don't know whether he will play because he's a cancer survivor and he has a medical exemption or is he gonna play because he deserves to be there and he's one of the best golfers in the world. -I'm positive he will. He is so determined and to get through what he has twice. I think getting back to the PGA tour would be grace for him. -Literally, that 12 months from when I stopped playing, I was sitting on the laundry floor with