Sean Fairholm - Page 65


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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Fowler, Lee In Midst Of Prank War at Tour Championship

There is nothing quite like a good prank war. Danny Lee, one of the PGA Tour’s most underrated pranksters, started the shenanigans by putting a cone in front of Rickie Fowler’s car earlier this week at the Tour Championship. Fowler wasn’t going to let that go by quietly, bringing back the #FindDannyAGirl…

Tour Championship: Leaderboard, Top Shots

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The Tour Championship is down to 28 players after the withdrawals of Jim Furyk and Louis Oosthuizen, but there is plenty of exciting golf to go around. Here is where we stand after one round: 1. Henrik Stenson -7 2. Paul Casey -5 T3. Rory McIlroy -4 T3. Zach Johnson…

Scenarios and Pairings for the FedEx Cup Finale

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Each of the 30 players in the Tour Championship can win the FedEx Cup. Here are the players with the best chance to take home $10 million: 1. Jason Day Wins the FedEx Cup if he wins the Tour Championship Can finish as low as 29th and still have a…

Pettersen Apologizes In Wake Of Controversy

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After initially standing by her controversial actions Sunday at the Solheim Cup, Suzann Pettersen posted a note on Instagram saying she felt “gutted and truly sad” about the events that took place.   Below is the full statement: “I’ve never felt more gutted and truly sad about what went down Sunday…

U.S. Rallies After Controversy, Wins Solheim Cup

The U.S. overcame the largest deficit (10-6) in Solheim Cup history to beat Europe for the first time since 2009. Gerina Piller made a crucial putt on the 18th green to win her match against Caroline Masson, which was one of several key moments that spurred the U.S. Team to a…