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4-time PGA Tour champion Chip Beck chats live with Erik and Gary about the Stadion Classic at UGA for which he is the Honorary Chair.

Golf Channel rules expert Kendra Graham is in the Morning Drive studio to chat with Erik and Gary about the penalty incurred by Webb Simpson at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans when the wind moved his ball.

Webb Simpson says the ruling that cost him a penalty shot and the lead at the Zurich Classic is a bad rule. Morning Drive's Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams tell you if he has a case in this web-exclusive.

Catch the best moments from the May 2nd episode of Morning Drive, and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9 AM E.T.

Big Break Disney Golf - Episode 3

Picture Perfect: The players take aim at the glass and compete against a PGA Tour winner.

CBS Sports announcer Peter Kostis tells the story about how he once upset his producer, Frank Chirkinian, by making a prediction for the Masters. Watch 'Frank Chirkinian, The Master Storyteller' Friday at 8PM ET on Golf Channel.

CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz shares some of the conversations he had with Frank Chirkinian after he retired in 1996. Watch 'Frank Chirkinian, The Master Storyteller' this Friday evening at 8PM ET only on Golf Channel.

Meet Russell Normandin. Russell is a U.S. Marine, through and through. Russell takes the responsibility of protecting his country, troops and family very seriously.

Meet Will Lowery. Growing up, Will may not have had monetary wealth, but he was rich with his family’s support and strong work ethic. His hard work in school and sports led him to the opportunity to participate in The First Tee program.

Meet Piri “Petey” Borja, son of a former U.S. Olympic Soccer Team player. Petey’s father taught him everything he knows about being a professional athlete, and he hopes to follow in his father’s footsteps in pursuit of fame in golf.

Meet Robbie “Shank” Biershenk. “Shank”, as he’s more commonly known, is deeply tied to his Southern roots, and owns and lives at his own driving range in South Carolina.

Meet Robert Floyd. The son of Hall-of-Famer Raymond Floyd, Robert was one of the top-ranked collegiate golfers when he attended the University of Florida.