About Us

Global Golf Post is the first designed-for-digital weekly golf news publication in the world. It is delivered overnight Sunday, 50 weeks per year, to a global audience of passionate golfers. Global Golf Post offers golf consumers a remarkable online experience, much like reading a traditional magazine or newspaper. It requires no special applications, no software downloads, and no plug-ins. The publication is a browser-based solution that also works on most mobile devices. Subscriptions and app downloads are free.

Global Golf Post offers distinct geographic editions, with focused coverage on golf news relevant to that part of the world.

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U.S. Edition

The flagship edition of Global Golf Post was launched in late 2009. Designed for the screen, it caught immediate momentum across the golf industry and led to the creation of international editions.

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Europe Edition

The Europe edition provides news from around the globe, with a focus on news from across Europe.

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Canada Edition

In partnership with Golf Canada, the governing body of golf in Canada, extra content is provided for Canadian readers, including a Year in Review special edition.

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State/Regional Editions

Global Golf Post has created many special editions with state and regional partners in the United States. Visit our front page to subscribe to issues that interest you, or get them through your state golf association. Members of the Florida State Golf Association, Texas Golf Association, Northern California Golf Association, Golf Association of Philadelphia, Golf Association of Michigan, Carolinas Golf Association, Georgia State Golf Association, Louisiana Golf Association, and four New England states (Massachusetts Golf Association, Vermont Golf Association, New Hampshire Golf Association and Maine Golf Association) receive special editions of Global Golf Post, featuring extra local content from local writers.