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The Call-In Hall Of Fame

1980 MONY Tournament of Champions – A TV microphone picks up Lee Trevino talking about Tom Watson suggesting Trevino change his stance during the final round. After a viewer reports it, officials penalize Watson two strokes. Watson, who was leading the tournament, went on to win anyway.    READ: New…

WATCH: Global Golf Post’s Steve Eubanks On Golf Channel’s Morning Drive

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Steve Eubanks and Damon Hack discuss a pair of former No. 1 LPGA players on Golf Channel's Morning Drive.

Lydia Ko’s resurgence and So Yeon Ryu’s injury were Thursday morning’s hot topics, as Global Golf Post’s Steve Eubanks joined Golf Channel’s Morning Drive from the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Fla. Ko hasn’t won in more than a year and lost her world No. 1 ranking to Ariya…

NEWS: Vandals Severely Damage Ontario Golf Course

The Bridges at Tillsonburg
Police are searching for the culprits who damaged four holes at an Ontario golf course.

We’ve seen this too many times. A Canadian golf course was the victim of vandals out for a joyride on ATVs over the weekend. The Bridges at Tillsonburg, located near London, Ont., just north of Lake Erie, suffered severe damage to greens and tees on holes 12 through 15, according…

WATCH: Five Most Outrageous, But Effective, Golf Swings

Golf Swings
A golf swing doesn't have to be smooth to be effective, as these golfers prove.

Admit it. Very few of us swing a club as smoothly as Ernie Els or Fred Couples. We’ve got hitches and twitches that might make Jim Furyk shudder. Perhaps that’s why we find humor in some rather “unorthodox” swings. Amazingly, some of these eccentric golfers hit it down the middle…

WATCH: Belligerent Moose Chases Golfer

A moose on a golf course in Sweden took exception to a golfer playing through his territory. (Image captured from Tony Swahn video)

Animal encounters are not unusual during a round of golf. Depending on where you live, geese, rabbits, squirrels and deer might be common. In some regions, menacing reptiles – alligators and snakes come to mind – can make your heart skip a beat, although they are typically harmless if left…