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Bermudan Campbell, 21, A Solid LAAC Veteran

Is Brooke Henderson Too Selfless To Reach No. 1?

Short-Course Crusader 

Larry Gilhuly Is On A Mission To Move Tees Forward 

About Time

PGA Tour Institutes A Slow-Play Policy With More Teeth

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Sungjae Im

More To Sungjae Im Than Meets The Eye 

Sungjae Im’s relative anonymity – at least from outside the PGA Tour’s inner circle – may be short lived. If the tour-watching public...

Abraham Ancer, Tiger Woods

The Education Of Abraham Ancer

Just to be clear, Abraham Ancer wasn’t challenging Tiger Woods when he was asked before the Presidents Cup whom he would most like...

Paul Azinger

At 60, Azinger Is Arguably The Voice Of Golf

Paul Azinger, who celebrated his 60th birthday at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, has emerged as arguably the voice of golf in...

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Ken Kinkopf

Out Of The Blue

Ken Kinkopf Is Hungry For More Success In 2020

A 57-year-old man, largely unknown in senior golf circles, came out of nowhere to win six big amateur tournaments in 2019. Say hello...

Plantation Course at Kapalua

This Week Is All About The Views 

If you’re stuck someplace where winter has settled in like an old stain and truly green grass disappeared long before the Halloween candy...

Lanto Griffin

Wide-Eyed Winners Enjoy First Trip To Sentry TOC

A spot in the Sentry Tournament of Champions is one of the prizes that comes with winning a PGA Tour event and for...

Best of 2019

Design’s Golden Age 2.0

he first few decades of the 20th century are much celebrated for their artistic and cultural awakenings. Louis Armstrong. Duke Ellington. Scribner’s published...

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Best of 2019

Club Designer Dave Boone’s Disappearance Remains A Mystery

LAKE FOREST, CALIFORNIA | On the afternoon of Dec. 5, 2006, golf club designer Dave Boone left his Orange County, Calif., apartment for...

Best of 2019

A Bifurcated Life

Heartbreak has surrounded Justin Lower for much of his life. After losing his father and young brother in a car accident in 2005,...

Best of 2019

John Ashworth Persists On His Soulful Golf Journey

OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA | John Ashworth says he likes to live in the moment, and at the moment I walk into the Linksoul Lab,...

Best of 2019

Miracle Workers

On a brisk and overcast day last January, the PGA of America’s board of directors traveled to Frisco, Texas, so they could tour...

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