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Bio:

A 2014 graduate of NC State's PGA Golf Management program, I spent two and a half years as a golf writer for our school's daily paper while becoming a Best Practice writer and Social Media Developer at PGA Magazine for three years. I am now a PGA Professional and work as the Reader Engagement Coordinator for The Post. 

Fun Fact: I was convinced to start playing golf after watching Tiger battle Bob May in the 2000 PGA Championship.

Handicap: 2.6

Favorite Courses: Have played TPC Sawgrass, TPC Scottsdale, Glen Abbey, We-Ko-Pa, Blue Monster at Doral, Tobacco Road, Raleigh Country Club, Mid Pines, and others... Dream to play Augusta National, the Old Course, Pine Valley, and Riviera.

Twitter: @FairwayFairholm

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NEWS: Group of Four Earns Masters Invites

Satoshi Kodaira will make his Masters debut next week.

With the Masters just one week away, many have been scrambling to lock up an invitation. The latest players to do so are Satoshi Kodaira of Japan, Dylan Frittelli of South Africa, Chez Reavie of the United States and Cameron Smith of Australia. The foursome are now officially in the…

QUICK TAKE: McIlroy and Johnson Lose on Day One

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Peter Uihlein defeated Rory McIlroy in round-robin play at the WGC-Dell Match Play. (Photo Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports)

The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play  is no longer a single-elimination tournament, but losing the opening round of pool play doesn’t bode well for your chances. Last year, only three players lost their first match and went on to advance to the quarterfinals. That’s bad news for Dustin Johnson and Rory…

QUICK TAKE: Best Matches of the WGC-Match Play Championship

Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed will face each other Friday during the WGC-Match Play Championship.

The WGC-Match Play Championship is set to get underway tomorrow at Austin (Texas) Country Club, an exciting Pete Dye design that sets up well for match play. The event’s relatively new format puts the 64 competitors into groups of four as they play each member of their respective pod in…