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National Senior-Junior Championship

National Senior-Junior Championship The Dye Preserve January 10-12, 2011 Allan Barber/Roger Newsome  65-68-65-198 Keith Decker/Christopher Reeves  66-68-65-199 Tommy Brennan/Mike Barbosa  69-68-63-200 Kelly Miller/Thomas Parker  64-70-67-201 George Marucci/Thomas Parker  67-70-65-202 Jack Kearny/Frank Vana  66-71-65-202 Julian Saul/David Noll  67-70-66-203 Chip Lutz/John Fulkerson  67-66-70-203 John Benson/Nathan Smith  69-69-66-204 A.B. Sisco/Wesley Pate  70-65-69-204 Frank…

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Nike Feeds Need For Speed

With design parameters for drivers being so strict these days per USGA regulations, equipment makers have had to find other ways to improve performance in that category. One of those has been through enhanced aerodynamics, and the latest addition to Nike’s SQ driver line, the MachSpeed Black, is a good…

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George O'Grady

In the wake of a year in which things could not have gone more right, European Tour chief executive George O’Grady CBE was nothing if not relaxed for his recent interview with the Post’s Scotland-based senior correspondent Lewine Mair. Ian Poulter, Ernie Els and Francesco Molinari from among his flock…

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Road To The Walker Cup Begins

The calendar has turned, and 2011 is a Walker Cup year. The U.S. squad will attempt to defend its 2009 title at Royal Aberdeen in Northeast Scotland in September. Overall, the U.S. leads this biennial series 34-7-1; however, since 1989, the U.S. margin is just 6-5. In mid-December, Captain Nigel…

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Fay Leaving On A High Note

In many ways, David Fay was the face of the United States Golf Association for the past two decades, which is why it seems so strange now that he’s gone, retired after 21 years as its executive director. A dozen USGA presidents came and went during his tenure, and so…

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The Land Of 'Yes'

LAUCALA ISLAND, FIJI | Math never has been my strong suit, which is why I assiduously avoided classes involving numbers in school. But I quickly realize I do not have to be an MIT professor to figure out the staff-to-guest ratio at this ultra-exclusive South Pacific resort – and to…