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For the Record: Koepka preps for Oakmont

Rex Hoggard interviews Brooks Koepka about the challenges of playing Oakmont for the 2016 U.S. Open.

FTR: Technical work pays off for English

Rex Hoggard reports on the technical work that Harris English has been doing with his approach shots and putting that paid off in a second place finish at the 2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational.

For the Record: Kuchar trains with O’Connell in Texas

Kuchar trains with O’Connell in Texas

Matt Kuchar explains how he not only comes to Texas for the Byron Nelson and the Dean & DeLuca Invitational but also to work with his swing coach Chris O’Connell

For the Record: Scott worried about Oakmont

Fresh off The Players Championship and the difficult greens at TPC Sawgrass, Rex Hoggard talks with Adam Scott about the historically fast greens at Oakmont Country Club, host of the 2016 U.S. Open.

For the Record: Varner's $80 putter

Rex Hoggard talks with Harold Varner III about his recent success on the PGA Tour and the new equipment change that has helped him along the way.

For the Record: Olympic drug testing begins

Rex Hoggard reveals the types of drug testing the Olympic qualifiers will be subjected to. Andy Levinson of USA Golf explains the whereabouts requirements.

Daly compares 50- and 25-year-old self

John Daly thinks back to 1991 and reflects on what he's learned and why he'll never grow up.

Daly: Too much gym time can really hurt

John Daly thinks Tiger Woods and many current players on the PGA Tour spend too much time in the gym.

Daly turns 50 this week, ready for Champions

Rex Hoggard interviews John Daly about his transition to the PGA Tour Champions.

Interest grows in Bryson's single-length irons

Rex Hoggard gets reaction from Cobra Puma CEO Bob Philion about making single-length irons like those of Bryson DeChambeau. Upgrade your golf gear at Golfsmith.