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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

Palmer Finds Peace Inside the Ropes

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EDISON, NEW JERSEY | For Ryan Palmer, there’s peace inside the ropes at the Barclays this week. Last week, Palmer’s 71-year old father – Butch to his friends – died when the car he was driving rolled over near his home in Amarillo, Texas. The family held a service for…

Spieth Struggles in Opening Round of the Barclays

Aug 27, 2015; Edison, NJ, USA; Jordan Spieth hits his shot at the 8th tee during the first round of The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Eric Sucar-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters. Picture Supplied by Action Images.

EDISON, NEW JERSEY | Jordan Spieth stood with his hands on his hips Thursday afternoon, the frustration of an opening round 4-over-par 74 in the Barclays visible in his body language. This round, his worst score to par since he shot 80 in the third round of the Tour Championship…

Ratings Skyrocket for Wyndham Championship

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Wondering if Tiger Woods still has it? The television ratings for the Wyndham Championship suggest he does. With Woods in contention for his first PGA Tour victory in more than two seasons and trying to win his way into the FedEx Cup playoffs, television ratings skyrocketed. CBS had a final…

Weather the Wild Card at The Open

Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa wraps up against the cold as he stand son the tenth tee during the second round of the British Open golf championship on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland, July 17, 2015. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne Picture Supplied by Action Images

Predicting the weather, as everyone knows, is an imperfect science, which is a nice way of saying forecasters get it wrong plenty often. They’re pretty good when it comes to predicting it’s going to be hot in Phoenix in July and it’s going to be cold in International Falls in…