Breakdown of a phenom: Ko, 15, making history
In this edition of GolfTalkCentral, Ryan Burr and Brandel Chamblee talk about 15-year old amateur Lydia Ko who won the ISPS HANDA New Zealand Women's Open on the Ladies European Tour. Lydia is the youngest winner in the history of the LET.
The world (of golf), according to Suzann - Morning Drive
Suzann Pettersen joins ‘Morning Drive’ to discuss slow play on tour, the state of the LPGA and the LET, the Olympics, and the possible ban on belly putters. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays at 7AM ET.
Chamblee: USGA and R&A making a mistake - Golf Central
Rich Lerner, Brandel Chamblee and Tim Rosaforte discuss the new ruling by the USGA and R&A about the anchored stroke.
Audio Morning Drive - Laura Davies Interview
20-Time LPGA Tour Winner Laura Davies joins ‘Morning Drive’ to give her thoughts on the LPGA adding a fifth major championship to its schedule and discusses how her game is shaping up heading into the 2011 Evian Masters.
LET names former boxing exec Khodabakhsh new CEO
The Ladies European Tour announced that former boxing executive Ivan Khodabakhsh will be their newest CEO beginning next month.
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