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President’s Putter Preserves A Rich British Tradition

The President’s Putter, which ended at Rye Golf Club in East Sussex, in the bottom right-hand corner of England, last Sunday, is a...


Glass Half Full: Monahan Sees The PGA Tour’s Future And It Is Good

LAHAINA, HAWAII | From where PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan stood inside the open-air clubhouse at Kapalua’s spellbinding Plantation Course last Saturday morning,...

Men's Pro

Hunter Eichhorn: A Refreshing Change In The Age Of Specialization

For six months of the year, in between its time as a frozen tundra, Wild Pines is an undistinguished nine-hole course tucked off...


Woodland Edging Closer To Being The Complete Package

LAHAINA, HAWAII | When the tournament Gary Woodland had led for so long finally was complete and Xander Schauffele was being congratulated for...

Men's Pro

Tales from the Design Trail

Tales From The Design Trail

More than anything else, golf course architects are artists, imaginative and inventive people able to turn raw and rugged land into layouts that...

Course DesignLongform

Strafaci Appears Set To Build On Family Name

This article first ran in the Aug. 28, 2017 edition of Global Golf Post No matter the tournament, Tyler Strafaci is sought out...


David Duval

The Journey Of David Duval

Eighteen years ago, Duval won the Players Championship, a hometown star claiming one of the biggest trophies in the game, doing it in...


Bob Ford: A Pro’s Pro

Some years ago, the PGA of America produced an advertisement that extolled the virtues of its club professionals and detailed the many things...