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Hall Of Famer Finds Her Calling

When Betsy King founded the Golf Fore Africa charity in 2008 after taking a heartbreaking trip to Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia and witnessing...

Rahm’s Players Postmortem

In the latest rendition of Green in Regulation, Ron Green Jr. writes – among other things – that Jon Rahm took one step...

The Other Rite Of Spring

Sunningdale Foursomes A Quiet Tradition

For years, before the advent of the wrap-around season, the Masters was widely regarded as golf’s Rite of Spring. But not by a...

The Workout Revolution

How Tiger And Titleist Made Golf Fitness Cool

hrough the years, competitive golf has had its share of fitness fanatics. One of the first was Frank Stranahan, also known as the...

Read Global Golf Post, March 18

Click here for the cover, or read about a couple of guys who showed what had made them winners in the past. Rory...

The ‘We’ Phenomenon

Today, there are those such as Jordan Spieth, Danny Willett and the aforementioned Fowler who use the first person plural pronoun – we...

Fitting Goodbye

Jenkins’ Funeral A Celebration Of Life Its Ownself

Dan Jenkins’ story ended where it began, in Fort Worth, Texas, the once rough-and-tumble cow town that always has proudly lived in the...

Worry Time

Is Spieth's Slump Cause For Concern?

Since finishing third at the Masters last April, Jordan Spieth’s only top-10 finish was a tie for ninth at the Open Championship, where...

Twenty Years Later

Remembering The Win That Made Duval No. 1

Twenty years on, the glow remains for David Duval. In a confluence of fate, family and fortune, Duval and his father, Bob, won...

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...

Scotland Grow The Game On International Women’s Day

International Women's Day wasn't just about marches and protests. It was also, in one corner of Scotland, about golf. The Post's Lewine Mair...