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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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Featured Stories

NEWS: PGA Tour Seeks Simplicity With FedEx Cup Revamp

This will be the final year where different players can win the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup. (Photo: Butch Dill, USA Today Sports)

The FedEx Cup playoffs will be both richer and easier to follow beginning next season thanks to changes announced Tuesday by PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan. Having previously announced the playoff series will go from four events to three in the 2018-19 season, Monahan announced the finale at East Lake…

NEWS: Augusta National Women’s Amateur To Air On NBC

Augusta National will serve as host of a women's amateur event the weekend before the Masters. (Photo: Mike Segar, Reuters)

The Augusta National Women’s Amateur championship, which will debut next spring, will be televised by NBC Sports and applications for a limited number of tickets are now being accepted, the club announced Wednesday. The final round of the ANWA will be shown in a three-hour telecast on NBC on Saturday,…

QUICK TAKE: Furyk Sizes Up Better Of Two Good Choices

Xander Schauffele (Photo credit: Eric Sucar-USA TODAY Sports)

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PENNSYLVANIA | It’s a simple question: Would Xander Schauffele winning the BMW Championship this weekend at Aronimink Golf Club be enough to earn him the final spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team? Or has Tony Finau already done enough to feel comfortable captain Jim Furyk will call…

QUICK TAKE: Woods Shoots 62, Shares Lead At BMW Championship

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods opened with a 62 at the BMW Championship at Aronimink GC. (Photo Credit: Eric Sucar-USA TODAY Sports)

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PENNSYLVANIA – What’s that old saying? Old friends make the best friends? Tiger Woods knows a thing or two about that. After two relatively flat weeks in the FedEx Cup playoffs using two different putters, Woods put his old reliable Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS back in his…

QUICK TAKE: Bjorn Opts For Experience With Ryder Cup Picks

Ian Poulter (left) and Sergio Garcia garnered two of the four captain's picks for the European Ryder Cup team. (Photo Credit: Action Images / Paul Childs Livepic)

European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn chose experience over form in filling out the four remaining spots on his team Wednesday, adding Henrik Stenson, Paul Casey, Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia to a lineup that already included five rookies among the automatic qualifiers. Three players Bjorn chose – Casey, Poulter…

QUICK TAKE: Fowler Returns To BMW After Partially Torn Oblique

Rickie Fowler hopes for a strong return from injury as the Tour Championship and Ryder Cup loom. (Photo: Jeff Curry, USA Today Sports)

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PENNSYLVANIA | Rickie Fowler appreciated the text he received last week from U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk, reiterating something he heard Davis Love III say. “He said, ‘No one has ever said they came back from an injury too late,’ ” Fowler said Tuesday at Aronimink Golf…