Welcome to the sixth Global Golf Post issue of 2018. Here are this week’s top stories:
- In the sea-sprayed land of the beautiful people where the deer and the artichokes play, Ted Potter Jr. happened, writes The Post’s Ron Green Jr.
- The Post comments on the week’s most buzzworthy happenings, including Jack Nicklaus’ decision to step away from his day-to-day role with his company. Read the Quick 9.
- The Post reports on what was in the winners’ bags at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and ISPS Handa World Super 6 and delivers other notable equipment news from the tours. Read our Range Rat report.
- Rory McIlroy’s week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am had just about everything but a spot in Sunday’s final round. Read this week’s PGA Tour Notebook.
- Oilman Albert Huddleston has fulfilled a long-held aspiration with the opening of Maridoe Golf Club, writes The Post’s John Steinbreder.
- Bruce Devlin is among those course architects who have stopped receiving credit for some courses they’ve designed, at least temporarily, writes The Post’s Lewine Mair.