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Today in Golf

Lee Westwood has missed the cut at the Qatar Masters, opening the door for Martin Kaymer to replace him at the top of the rankings.
Despite his good play this week at Torrey Pines, John Daly's catty behavior earns him an MC.
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Defending champion Yani Tseng shot a 6-under-par 67 to take a two-stroke lead in Fridays rain-interrupted second round of the Womens Australian Open at Commonwealth Golf Club.

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Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee calls in to play the weekly golf trivia game Beat Brandel.
The PGA TOUR's best face golf's biggest spectacle... No. 16 at Scottsdale! LIVE coverage of the Waste Management Phoenix Open continues today 3:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.
Champions Tour winner John Cook and former Minnesota Vikings kicker Ryan Longwell are in the Morning Drive studio to chat with Erik and Gary about playing golf together and about the upcoming Super Bo
NBC Sunday Night Football host Al Michaels calls in to chat with Erik and Gary about his golf game, golf as an Olympic sport, and the upcoming Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XLI Champions Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy calls in to chat with Erik and Gary about the upcoming Super Bowl, the comeback of Michael Vick, and about minority participation in t
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The start of play in the Phoenix Open has been delayed because of heavy frost at TPC Scottsdale.
Bill Haas, Jason Bohn, Tom Gillis and Tom Lehman shot 6-under 65s in chilly conditions Thursday to share the lead at the Phoenix Open.
South Africas Retief Goosen shot a 3-under-par 69 to take a one-shot lead in the first round of the Qatar Masters on Thursday.

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Frozen turf wiped out the pro-am round at the Phoenix Open and frost was expected to lead to long delays before play Thursday and Friday.
With he and his family's health on the rebound, Phil Mickelson is as jazzed about his game as ever.
Water Under The Bridge: An overnight rain delay causes more tension when a couple players must wait another day to compete. Finally both teams go head-to-head to beat elimination and win cash.
Mark visits a local golf store to try and reclaim his clubs, which he had pawned to the owner to have some badly needed money, but faces more disappointment in this web-exclusive.