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After lackluster results of late prompted C.T. Pan to enter the RBC Heritage last week rather than stay home to host a junior tournament, the 27-year-old player from Chinese Taipei surged on Sunday at Harbour Town Golf Links to win his first PGA Tour title.
Matt Kuchar, who finished second behind Pan on Hilton Head Island, is having arguably the best season of his career even though he has been surrounded by more static than AM radio, writes Ron Green Jr.
With a victory at the Lotte Championship in Hawaii on Saturday, Brooke Henderson successfully defended her title, and with her eighth LPGA Tour victory the 21-year-old equaled the mark for most tour victories by a Canadian, joining Sandra Post, Mike Weir and George Knudson.
After positioning himself for a victory run at Harbour Town, Irishman Shane Lowry suffered a costly stumble on Sunday.
Michelle Wie, who shot a pair of 77s and missed the cut at the Lotte Championship, continues to struggle with pain in her surgically repaired right hand.
As storied Open Championship hosts Turnberry and Muirfield evolve to remain relevant in the R&A’s eyes amid speculation about its pending choice for the 2023 Open, Lewine Mair examines recent improvements at the former and progress toward admitting female members at the latter.
In the latest of GGP’s recurring series of PGA professional profiles, John Steinbreder chronicles the career of Gregor Jamieson, the Scotsman who has been the director of golf at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club near Orlando for more than three decades.
The iconic Harbour Town lighthouse might be Hilton Head Island’s most familiar landmark, but alligators are the island’s most ubiquitous inhabitants, this week’s installment of The Divot explains.
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