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Remembering A Unicorn

November Masters Left An Indelible Impression

The 2020 “November Masters” will always feel a little out of place in golf’s historic register – like some kind of collective fever...

Men's Pro

Chris Harpum Honors Mother’s Legacy On And Off The Course

University of Cincinnati-bound golfer Chris Harpum, whose mother, Judi, died in June, plays on in the face of difficult circumstances. Our Sarah Kellam...

Lounging In The Genius Of Wendehack’s Clubhouses

In recent years, our John Steinbreder – an aficionado of golf course architecture – has become equally intrigued with the world's great clubhouses....

Turning Back The Putting Clock

PGA Tour Bans Detailed Green-Reading Books

Green-reading books – those ultra-detailed, pocket-sized topographic maps of putting surfaces that have done as much to slow down play on the PGA...

Men's Pro

For Former Tour Star Don Fairfield, It’s 75 Years In The Game And Counting

Don Fairfield started as an assistant pro in 1947, played on the PGA tour for nine years before stepping away, and has been...

Read GGP, Nov. 8

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Global DisrupTour

Right Ingredients Could Elevate Norman’s Endeavor

While the rumored and proposed renegade tour concepts have encountered a plethora of worthy skepticism from every corner of the golf world, one...

Men's Pro

What’s In A Name?

Iconic Moniker Helps Golf Company Grow

With the rebranding of the company, Bobby Jones Links, a new day was born for the golf course management firm. Our Steve Eubanks...

GGP/Biz

Dynamic Sibling Duo On Cusp Of Golf Dreams

Siblings Sarah and Brett White are on the precipice of the golfing dreams they’ve followed since the two were kids hitting balls into...

A Journeyman’s Story

Jim Knous Cards ‘Greatest Top-60 Of All-Time’

If you missed it – and it flew well below the wind-blown radar from Bermuda last week – the story of journeyman Jim...

Men's Pro

Performance, Hidden In Plain Sight

Our John Steinbreder recently visited the Golf Performance Center in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and he came away impressed.

Read GGP, Nov. 1

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