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A GB&I Drought At The Players

Why has only one player from Great Britain and Ireland won the Players Championship since it began in 1974? Our John Hopkins looks...

Unforgiving finish

No. 17 Draws All The Eyeballs But No. 18 Is Tougher

“Be the right club, today,” Sutton said 19 years ago on the 18th fairway of the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course. His 6-iron approach...

Players Back Where It Belongs

March. This is where the Players Championship belongs on the golf calendar, writes The Post's Ron Green Jr. He's in Ponte Vedra Beach...

Life On A Trailer

Behind The Scenes In Titleist’s Tour Truck

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA | It’s a few minutes after 7 on a Sunday morning. The once-dense fog has started to disappear from...

Read Global Golf Post, March 11

Click here for the cover, or skip ahead to your choice of major news items. Francesco Molinari (2018 Open Championship) brought back that...

McDowell Fighting For Berth In Home Open

Imagine the Open Championship being played in your home country for the first time in more than 70 years but you are on...

Inside The Arnold Palmer Experience

The new, 4,000-square-foot Arnold Palmer Experience, which debuted last week at Bay Hill, offered visitors a look at Palmer’s life.

King’s Heir

Saunders Becomes Face Of Bay Hill Tourney

Sam Saunders has become, in some ways, the face of his grandfather Arnold Palmer's PGA Tour event at Bay Hill. He is the...

‘I Remember Arnie’

As the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill kicks off for the third time without him, our team at Global Golf Post+ approached...

Commissioner Puts Kibosh On Rules Kerfuffle

Green In Regulation this week: Ron Green Jr. writes that the bubbling back and forth between professional golfers and the game’s rulesmakers has...

A Blooming Rose

Now A Star, One-Time Prodigy Speaks Of Powering Toward 2020

For world No. 1, Justin Rose, the time has come. The time to win more majors and cement his position in golf's memory...

‘Everyone Loves Underdogs’

Ben Silverman went from shooting a 118 in a tournament as a 16-year-old to contending on the PGA Tour at 31. GGP+ writer...