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The USGA’s Walker Cup Quandary

Six potential players for the U.S. Walker Cup team turned down an invitation to a recent practice session. Post publisher Jim Nugent, a...

Omaha’s Sieckmann Brothers A Go-To Teaching Tandem

Imagine that the world capitals of golf are Augusta National, Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, Royal Melbourne and Omaha. Omaha, you say? That’s Nebraska,...

Dave Ryan: From A Nine-Holer To Illinois Senior Standout

TAYLORVILLE, ILLINOIS | Dave Ryan learned to play golf on a nine-hole course in central Illinois. Par was 33, later expanded to 35....

The Duke Of Hazards

What in the world is a Trashmaster? Hold on to your seats and we will explain. A Trashmaster, as defined by Boone Schweitzer,...

Golf Road Cup Celebrates Milestone – And The Game Of Golf

BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA | The Tavistock Cup received more notoriety and TV coverage, but when it comes to unique interclub matches, it’s difficult...

Victory Has New Meaning For Cancer Survivor Turnbow

JUPITER, FLORIDA | There have been two moments when Whit Turnbow thought his life was over. They came 10 days apart. The first...

Family Matters

JUPITER, FLORIDA | With a puff of smoke wandering out of his cigar, Mike McCoy peers into his rangefinder and relays a number...

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...

History Infuses Birmingham’s National Senior-Junior Stewardship

The Latin phrase sui generis, which means “in a class by itself,” accurately describes the National Senior-Junior Championship, being played this week at...

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...