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Kennedy Carroll

Never Forget Who You Are 

Kennedy Carroll, a sophomore on the women’s golf team at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, gives a candid look into dealing...

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Parent Junior Scramble

Summerhays All Through The Game

Golf has always had prominent families, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a more ubiquitous golf name than Summerhays. Our Scott Michaux has...

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The Last American Duel

Property Near Harding Park Is Site Of 1859 Shootout

In a spot just south of Harding Park and between the boundaries of the Olympic Club and San Francisco Golf Club stand two...

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Doug Sanders

1970 Open: The One That Got Away 

The 1970 Open Championship will always be remembered as the one that got away from Doug Sanders. Our Steve Eubanks has the story.

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Seve Ballesteros

A Final Moment With Seve 

Usually, the most vivid memories of Augusta have their origins on the course. Our Lewine Mair's, on the other hand, came about in...

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Renee Powell

Renee Powell Still Setting An Example

Renee Powell will receive the Golf Writers Association of America’s Charlie Bartlett Award in April, given to a professional for contributions to the...

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Ryder Cup team for Europe in 1987

Memory’s Mighty Pull: The 1987 Ryder Cup

As GGP+ tees up a week of Ryder Cup look-backs, our John Hopkins gets things started by revisiting Europe's 1987 victory at Muirfield...

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early drawing of the Anser

Examining The Ping Anser’s Influential Legacy

The Ping Anser has been the winningest putter in history, responsible for more than 500 tour victories and 19 men’s majors, but you...

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Arnold Palmer and Bobby Sweeny

The Forgotten Glory of Bobby Sweeny

Who's that dashing man sharing the spotlight with Arnold Palmer before the final match of the 1954 U.S. Am? The short answer is...

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Paul Azinger

An Undefeated System: Paul Azinger and the 2008 Ryder Cup

A dozen years after Paul Azinger forged a new direction for U.S. Ryder Cup teams – a “pod” system that broke up a...

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Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods

2005 Open: The Torch Passed

Jack Bids Farewell; Tiger Triumphs

At the 2005 Open Championship, Jack Nicklaus competed in the event for the final time and Tiger Woods claimed his 10th major title....

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Normoyle’s Origins Of The Golf Species

David Normoyle, a former employee of the USGA and now one of the game’s leading historians who recently returned from a 40-day, coast-to-coast...

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