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The Round of a Lifetime

Boyden Atwood, 89, Shoots 67

Boyden Atwood, 89, recently shot the round of his life when he carded a 67 at Boone Golf Club in North Carolina. He...


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Max Homa Makes The World Smile

With the Wells Fargo Championship erased this year, defending champion Max Homa has found himself at home in the Phoenix area using his...

Men's Pro

Brooklawn Country Club

Brooklawn Course Still Worth Celebrating

This year's 125th anniversary celebration at Brooklawn Country Club in Connecticut will not include the U.S. Senior Women's Open as planned. But any...

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Read Global Golf Post, April 27

This week’s GGP is available here.  


The Famous Five

The Famous Five

Read how Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle and Ian Woosnam changed the face of the Ryder Cup. Our John Hopkins...


Susie Maxwell Berning

Susie Maxwell Berning’s Unsung Hall-Of-Fame Career 

She put family first, but Susie Maxwell Berning made enough time for golf to win four major championships during her career. On Wednesday,...


Embracing Its Legacy

Dumbarnie Links Fits Comfortably In Scotland

Many golfers travel to the Fife region in eastern Scotland to play some of the world’s oldest courses. Soon, Dumbarnie Links will be...

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Korea LPGA To Usher Golf’s Return With ‘Message Of Hope’ 

Professional tournament golf is back on the horizon: The Korea LPGA Championship is set to be staged starting May 14 in Yangju for...


Converting Rainsuits To PPE

It turns out that, if necessary, golf rain suits can be pressed into service as personal protective equipment for the world’s front-line caregivers....


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Tim Finchem Entering The World Golf Hall Of Fame

In the simplest terms, Tim Finchem took a good thing – the PGA Tour – and made it better. Much better. For that...

Men's Pro

Read Global Golf Post, April 20

This week’s GGP is available here.  


In This Time Of Uncertainty, The Game Provides Sound Answers

Tommy Fleetwood's caddie, Ian Finnis, chips in to help those struggling during the coronavirus outbreak.