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Power Prototype

Cameron Champ’s Extremes May Become A PGA Tour Norm

Cameron Champ, who has won twice in only 36 PGA Tour starts with prodigious power and below-average accuracy off the tee, is viewed...

Men's Pro

The Course Difficulty Divide

Pros Want Harder, But Masses Need Easier

Rory McIlroy’s recent comments about European Tour course setups not being tough enough highlight the reality that golf has arrived at the point...

Men's Pro

Golf Community Stands Tall At Bahamas Strong Pro-Am

A spirit of redemption manifested itself in a deeply profound way on Tuesday when 117 golfers, including several notable tour pros, gathered at...

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Houston Open Hurts For Top Names

Resurrected Event Lacks Star Power

This can’t be what Jim Crane and the Astros Foundation imagined when they resurrected the Houston Open that returns to the PGA Tour...

Men's Pro

Family Pride 

Father And Son Set An Example at Biltmore Forest

Father and son Charlie and Eric Keith have given nearly a century of service combined as maintenance workers at Biltmore Forest Country Club...

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Unlocked

Read Global Golf Post, Oct. 7

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On Top Of The World In Virginia

Primland Offers Golf In A Mountain Paradise

Where to begin to tell the enchanting story of Primland, where stargazing, mountain biking and golf come together in the beautiful quiet of...

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Mid-Am Marvel

Kim-Schaad Goes To Q-School With No Pro Aspirations

U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur champion Ina Kim-Schaad, 36, will compete in Stage II of the LPGA Q-School, but she has no professional aspirations. Our...

Amateur

Explaining The Draconian Suspension Of Bio Kim

When Bio Kim, the leading money winner on the Korean Tour, reacted to a camera click in his backswing by thrusting a middle...

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2020 Ryder Cup Fever Rising

The Ryder Cup matches at Whistling Straits are still a year away – technically 51 weeks and counting down – which was reason...

Men's Pro

Unlocked

Another College Try

Former Amateur Standout Chris Williams Heads Back To Campus

Of the 18 players since 2002 who have received the Ben Hogan Award as college golf’s most outstanding male golfer, only Chris Williams...

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Read Global Golf Post, Sept. 30

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