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Reed’s Devotion Shows On His Calendar

All you need to know about Patrick Reed’s devotion to his profession is revealed by a glance at his playing schedule through the...

Stars Help By Calling Out Slow Play

The rank and file can gripe and moan all they want about slow pace of play, but when Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy...

Revised Format Presents Intriguing Playoff Questions

What questions remain to be answered as the streamlined FedEx Cup playoffs begin this week at Liberty National, barely a Henrik Stenson 3-wood...

‘We Believe In Ourselves’

Young Guns Show Up Ready To Win

The only learning curve for recent college stars Matthew Wolff, Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland, it seems, is figuring where to stay and...

Tom Watson’s Fitting Farewell

Tom Watson’s announcement that the Senior Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Annes was his final start in an Open Championship put...

Major Rush

Players Reflect On Condensed Major Schedule

Golf’s major championship season lasted a little more than 100 days this year, from the Thursday morning in April when Jack Nicklaus and...

Twilight Twentysomethings

Early Success Leaves Some Young Stars Wandering

Golf isn’t alone among sports in which followers crave the next big thing while ditching the previous iteration, but the game’s inherent mental...

Read Global Golf Post – July 22

The North American Edition is available here.     |    The European Edition is available here. ... Get access to this article and...

McIlroy Exits In Style 

Rory McIlroy left the Open two days too soon, undone by a soul-searing 79 on the first day. A day later, McIlroy set...

Irish Luck Points To A Portush Return 

It will be the locals as much as an all-round love of the links which will prompt the Open Championship’s return to Portrush...

Golf’s Inherent Cruelty Rears Head At Portrush

In a game that’s sometimes challenging to watch as it plods along, it was impossible to turn away on a Thursday that included...

Home Turf Disadvantage

There’s No Burden Heavier Than Playing With Local Pressure

You would think playing in your hometown – or better yet, your home course – would give you an advantage in competitive golf....