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A Symbol Of Identity

Internationals’ Shield Is Part Of Continuity Effort

It is a small thing – a gold shield set upon a black background usually – but to the International team in the...

Advantage, America

Internationals Have ‘Nothing To Lose’ In Presidents Cup

Is it possible that the United States team with all of its star power could lose the Presidents Cup? It's unlikely, but not...

Marcoux Samaan Promises Radical Candor At LPGA

LPGA commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan is the subject in the latest rendition of "The 19th Hole" in GGP/Biz with our John Steinbreder.

GGP/Biz

A Presidential Challenge

David-Goliath Task Nothing New To Immelman

Trevor Immelman, who is charged with captaining the International team against the statistically superior U.S. team in the Presidents Cup matches at Quail...

Men's Pro

U.S. Against The World?

Presidents Cup Should Mimic Ryder Cup Again And Annex Europe

What if the Presidents Cup changed its charter to expand the International team roster to players from anywhere outside the United States –...

International Flavor 

Long-Distance Visitors Spice Up U.S. Mid-Am

Americans usually are the top performers at the U.S. Mid-Am, but this year a few international players are making some noise at Erin...

Amateur

Quail Hollow Lifts Presidents Cup To New Heights

Adam Sperling arrived in Charlotte, North Carolina, nearly 4½ years ago with one professional purpose: Make the Presidents Cup matches the most successful...

GGP/Biz

Read GGP, Sept. 19

The U.S. Edition is available here.   The International Edition is available here.    

Magazine

Find It In The Dirt

Mid-Am Groft Raises Vegetables, Children And His Game

Harvin Groft, a 37-year-old stay-at-home father of four and expert vegetable farmer from Berwick, Maine, doesn't fit the mold of your typical mid-am....

Amateur

Final Wraparound Season Starts PGA Tour’s New Era

Now that the PGA Tour’s offseason is complete – it lasted a full two weeks – it’s time to start over again but...

Men's Pro

CASE STUDY: How Fortinet Found Golf And Napa

The Fortinet Championship, being played this week in Napa, California, is part of an agreement between Fortinet and the PGA Tour that spurred...

GGP/Biz

Gary Player’s 14,000-Mile Dash To Victory

Gary Player's victory in the 1963 Australian Open is not as well-remembered as the nine major championships he won, but Player calls the...

Men's Pro