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Despite Calls for Change, Walker Cup Needs No Altering

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Read GGP, May 10

Imperishable Moment

1971 GB&I Triumph Transformed Walker Cup

Once Self-Described As Lazy, Fitzpatrick Changes Trajectory

‘Super League’ Rumors Persist

Torrey Pines South fourth hole

Beautiful Beast

Torrey Pines South Set To Stage More History

When the U.S. Open returns to Torrey Pines South in mid-June, the course will have been transformed into a beautiful beast. Our Ron...

Are Caddies Really Part Of The Team?

The "team" concept in professional golf is more prevalent every day, but does that make caddies more secure? Our Lewine Mair has the...

Read GGP, April 26

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Brian Harman

Old Dawg, New Tricks

Georgia’s Brian Harman Continues Consistent Comeback

Brian Harman’s career path follows the typical ebbs and flows that the game often generates. And right now, the former University of Georgia...

Lydia Ko

The Numbers Behind Lydia Ko’s Resurgence

Our Steve Eubanks examines facts and numbers that should have foretold Lydia Ko's return last week to the winner’s circle at the Lotte...

Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas

PGA Tour Bonus Pool To Reward Star Power 

The PGA Tour has created a $40 million bonus pool to be awarded to its top needle-movers – the PGA Tour Impact Program...

Bryson DeChambeau

Getting A Read On The Greens Book Debate

Greens books are allowed under the Rules of Golf, but many feel the books diminish one of the game’s innate skills – the...

Meet Mr. 1,000

Jason Froneman, Ranked 1,000th in the World, Remains Optimistic

Ever wonder what it's liked to be ranked No. 1000 in the world? Just ask Jason Froneman. Our Patrick Hand has the story.

Read GGP, April 19

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Cary Corbitt

Island Icon Calling It A Career

After more than 43 years in the golf business on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina – the bulk of it running Harbour Town...

Harbour Town lighthouse

Chill Vibe Makes Post-Masters Heritage A Welcome Week

Fitting the RBC Heritage into the week after the Masters is a bit of brilliant simplicity, like a cool drink after a long,...

A Different And Distant View Of The Masters

Our John Hopkins has attended nearly 40 Masters, but this year he watched on television from Henley-on-Thames, England. He relates the experience in...

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