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‘Morning Drive’ co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams breakdown the impact PGA TOUR Events can have on small markets like Cromwell, Connecticut - home of this week’s Travelers Championship.

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Catch the best moments from the June 22nd episode of ‘Morning Drive’ and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.

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Rory McIlroy seized the moment by winning the 2011 U.S. Open, but John Hawkins is noticing a trend of American complacency during golf's biggest championships.

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Golf Central's Scott Walker and Charlie Rymer discuss Tiger Woods' decision to skip the AT&T National, and ask the question, "When will we see Tiger again?"

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Paula Creamer talks to Scott Walker about her readiness for this week’s Wegmans LPGA Championship and how she feels about her chances to defend her U.S. Women’s Open crown.

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Most Reliable Player Presented by Trane

Who is the most reliable player heading into the John Deere Classic: Steve Stricker or David Toms? Make your pick now!

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Win McMurry and Rex Hoggard head to the course for some fun and games with a bet on the line while the 'Grey Goose 19th Hole' gang discusses the start of the Rory era.

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10-Time Major Champion Annika Sorenstam makes her Thursday 'Morning Drive' appearance and touches on Rory McIlroy's U.S. Open win, whether the LPGA Tour should trim down their fields and takes part in the Wegman's LPGA Championship draft.

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‘Morning Drive’ co-hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams get you ready for Day 1 at the Travelers Championship with a look at their favorite afternoon groupings at TPC River Highlands.

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Catch the best moments from the June 23rd episode of ‘Morning Drive’ and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.

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Big Break Indian Wells competitor John Lepak sits down with host Tom Abbott to discuss his time while competing on Big Break and talk about what's next for him in his careers of golf, music, and art in this web-exclusive.

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Coming off a top-25 finish at the U.S. Open, Henrik Stenson fired an opening-round 64 at the BMW International Open to lead the field by one.