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Ron Green Jr.

Ron Green Jr.
Bio:

When it became clear a career as an orthopedic surgeon wasn't going to happen due to academic realities, I followed my father into the newspaper business where I spent more than 30 years as a sports writer, most of them with the Charlotte Observer, before joining Global Golf Post. I've written extensively about everyone from Michael Jordan to Dale Earnhardt to Tiger Woods and golf has always been my favorite subject because of the people, the places and the passion.

Fun Fact: The first golf tournament I saw in person was the last PGA Tour event Sam Snead won -- the 1965 Greater Greensboro Open.

Handicap: 7

Favorite Courses: Favorite I've played: Augusta National. Course I most want to play: Shinnecock Hills.

Twitter: @rongreenjr

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QUICK TAKE: Retiring Miller Changed Golf Broadcasting For The Better

Johnny Miller with broadcast partner Dan Hicks. (Photo: Stan Badz, Getty Images)

For all of Johnny Miller’s accomplishments on the golf course – you may have heard he shot 63 in the final round to win the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont – his impact on golf broadcasting may be as profound as that of his playing career. Miller won 25 times…

QUICK TAKE: Losing Turns Ugly For U.S. Ryder Cup Team

Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka ended their Ryder Cup week with a confrontation in the Europe team room. (Photo: Christian Petersen, Getty Images)

Maybe Jordan Spieth versus Patrick Reed on Thanksgiving weekend would be more interesting than the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson match. And, according to various confirmed reports, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka already have had their head-to-head battle Sunday night in the European team room at the Ryder Cup, where they had…

QUICK TAKE: European Dominance Makes U.S. Comeback More Difficult

Golf - 2018 Ryder Cup at Tommy Fleetwood (left) and Francesco Molinari (Photo credit: Carl Recine, Reuters)

SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, FRANCE | Now what? Play the video of Ben Crenshaw waving his finger saying he has a funny feeling about things? Putt better – fast? Feed Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari some bad fish? It’s possible to start the Ryder Cup Sunday singles in a 10-6 hole and win…

QUICK TAKE: Sights And Sounds From Day 2 Of The Ryder Cup

Phil Mickelson and wife Amy Mickelson (Photo credit: Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, FRANCE | Could Sunday be Phil Mickelson’s final Ryder Cup match? It’s easy to think so. He’s 48 years old and in line to be a future captain (think 2022 or 2024). Of more immediate concern is the fact that Mickelson is in search of his missing form. Mickelson…

QUICK TAKE: Road Record May Lead U.S. To Fear The Foursomes

Jordan Spieth (Photo credit: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, FRANCE | As if getting skunked in the foursomes sessions Friday afternoon and ceding command of this Ryder Cup to the Europeans weren’t bad enough, there’s a potentially more concerning thought for the United States team. They have to play foursomes again Saturday afternoon. If you’re looking for threads…