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Golf In America

In this web-exclusive interview, David Duval opens up to Jim Gray with his personal feelings on being the top-ranked player in the world, coming to terms with his win at the British Open, nearly winning the U.S.

In this web-exclusive, PGA Tour winner Paul Goydos brings Tim Rosaforte to his alma mater, Long Beach State University, and talks about his collegiate career and why schools like his are important. Watch Golf in America, Tuesdays at 9 p.m.

In this web-exclusive interview, young golf phenom Dakoda Dowd, and her father Mike, talk to Scott Walker about her hiatus from golf and the change in roles her father had to make following her mother's passing.

Former CBS Sports commentator, Ben Wright, offers greater insight to the personal struggles that impacted his professional career in this web exclusive of unseen footage from his interview with Rich Lerner.

In this web-exclusive interview, A.J. Montecinos, former caddie for Y.E.

Golf in America: Sam Depe III and Family

Golf has been a major part of Depe family for three generations. In 1999, an automobile accident almost took the life of Sam Depe III, resulting in the amputation of both of his legs.

In this web-exclusive extended interview, PGA Tour winner Paul Goydos sits down with Tim Rosaforte to discuss his start in the game of golf and the day that he shot 59 in competition. Watch Golf in America, Tuesdays at 9 p.m.

Golf in America: Will Wilcox

Will Wilcox’s life and golf career share similarities to the city he grew up in near the shadows of Birmingham Alabama. Find out why in this 'Golf in America' special feature.

Golf In America: Errie Ball

Errie Ball is the oldest active PGA teaching pro in the world and is also the last living player from the first Masters tournament.

Golf In America: Jeff Clark and Mavericks Surfing

Surfing legend Jeff Clark, who god-fathered big wave surfing in Northern California, also is club champion at Half Moon Bay Golf Links.