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- Great Scott: Adam Scott wins the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational with a final round 65 to win by 4 shots over Luke Donald and Rickie Fowler. It's his 1st win with Steve Williams as caddie.
- Great Scott 2: Another Scott -- Scott Piercy -- won his 1st PGA TOUR event with a one-shot victory over Pat Perez at the Reno-Tahoe Open to get into the PGA Championship.
- Clutch Birdie: Jay Haas birdied the par 5 18th hole to avoid a playoff at the 3M Championship on the Champions Tour. He beat Tom Lehman, Kenny Perry and Peter Senior by one.
- Eyes on Atlanta: All eyes shift to Atlanta Athletic Club for the PGA Championship - the final major of 2011.
- Treasury Secretary Staying
- Verizon Workers Walk Off
- Domino’s Can’t Avoid the Noid
7:12a ET: Courtney Reagan, CNBC Business Report
7:15a ET: Rex Hoggard, GolfChannel.com Senior Writer
7:30a ET: Allen Wronowski, PGA of America President
7:50a ET: Tim Rosaforte, Golf World Senior Writer
8:15a ET: Ron Sirak, Golf World Executive Editor
8:20a ET: Rory McIlroy, 2011 U.S. Open Champion
8:30a ET: Larry Nelson, 2-time PGA Champion
8:50a ET: Tim Rosaforte, Golf World Senior Writer
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Wes Wilkins of Clermont, FL
Biltmore Hotel and Golf Course in Miami, FL
The lushly landscaped Biltmore golf course is infinitely playable no matter what your skill level, the 18-hole, 6,800 yard, par 71 Biltmore Golf Course never fails to please.