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"I'm excited to be appearing on Morning Drive," said Craig Renshaw, one of the inaugural coaches in Golf Channel Academy. "I look forward to expressing my thoughts and ideas on golf and hope that the viewers at home will take something away to help them play better." read more

Momentum for Golf's leading course ratings and review website by golfers, for golfers -- Golf Advisor -- is stronger than ever, highlighted by a record-breaking start to 2016, which garnered more than 100 percent year-over-year increases for all key user metrics in January. read more

"Nicklaus' remarkable comeback win is one of those rare moments in sports where we remember exactly where we were and what we were doing on that Sunday three decades ago," said Keith Allo, Golf Channel vice president of programming development and original productions. read more

"It's an honor to be a part of such a great group of coaches and I look forward to sharing some of my knowledge with the viewers of Morning Drive," said Don Parsons, the 2003 Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year and two-time Southern California Northern Chapter PGA Club Fitter of the Year (2011-13). read more

With more than 600,000 miles and 500 golf course reviews behind him, Golf Channel Travel Expert Matt Ginella shared with Morning Drive viewers today insight on's list of top-10 U.S. public golf courses, compiled from the website's recently released top 50 list determined by golfers, for golfers. read more

For the 13th year veteran golf writer/broadcaster Tony Leodora returned from the annual PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando with a mountain of information about the new products on display at the massive exhibition. read more

"The Morning Drive crew is always a lot of fun and I look forward to getting back there and delivering some cool game-improvement strategies for people to try at home," Jeff Ritter said. read more

"Forget the training wheels, I feel like I’m a gerbil being tossed to the lions in the Colosseum at TPC Scottsdale," David Feherty said. "I’m counting on Johnny [Miller] and [Roger] Maltbie to stick up for me should I encounter any chance skirmishes with those lunatic fans." read more

"Golf Channel's coverage of the LPGA Tour last year was fueled by the most live hours ever, showcasing the game's emerging and established stars through storytelling via our news, live tournaments and digital platforms," said Molly Solomon, Golf Channel executive producer. read more

The Golf Advisor top 50 is totally consumer driven, unlike rankings published by various golf publications that normally are conducted by a panel of industry insiders. The more than 450,000 reviews the site has accumulated over the past two years showcase the golf course characteristics that are most important to avid golfers across the country. read more

"With all of the new audiences that we reach -- since our first expansion to WOND 1400-AM at the Jersey Shore in 2012 -- our challenge becomes greater … but we embrace it," show host Tony Leodora said. read more

Golf Channel Academy -- the network of world-class coaches and teaching facilities committed to improving every golfer’s game -- announces the release of an app that brings its proprietary digital publication, Golf Channel Academy Magazine, directly to smart phones and tablets. read more

"The PGA of America is delighted that our friends at Golf Channel will once again provide comprehensive coverage of the PGA Merchandise Show," said Pete Bevacqua, PGA of America CEO. read more

Driver vs. Driver will follow the trials and tribulations that aspiring golf equipment designers face as their golf driver ideas and concepts are evaluated, critiqued, refined and tested. The winning design team ultimately will earn $500,000 and the opportunity to have their driver design sold at retail under the Wilson Staff name. read more

"Golf Channel's success in 2015 was fueled by the most live coverage ever, which featured a young crop of players making names for themselves as the future stars of the game," said Mike McCarley, president of Golf Channel. "In 2016, we will build on this momentum with the addition of an exciting 12-week span that includes The Open, Olympics, FedExCup Playoffs and Ryder Cup." read more