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Read GGP, May 20

Read the North American edition here. Read the International edition here.


Fit for golf

Erin Carson advocates for strength and conditioning

Erin Carson's personal journey has led her from elite-level athlete to coaching elite-level, endurance-sport competitors and high-handicap golfers hoping not to fizzle out...


Scheffler responds to surreal day with class

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY | Through the raindrops, the flashing lights, the heartbreak, the handcuffs, the mugshot, the police report, the social-media nonsense and, inevitably,...


Rahm struggles with joyless play at PGA

After a 72 on a wet and dank Friday at Valhalla Golf Club and a 36-hole total of even-par 142, Jon Rahm was...


All eyes on Tiger, regardless of score

Of the phenomena that have made Tiger Woods a famous name around the world, one is the fact that as his game wanes...


Schauffele posts early PGA target with 62 at Valhalla

Xander Schauffele posted 62 in the opening round of the PGA Championship at Valhalla, giving him historic distinction plus comfort in the clubhouse.


North stars again

Minnesotans Sommers and Herrick reunite for U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball, and they could be better by design

Olivia Herrick and Samantha Sommers, who teamed up for the first three U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championships, are back together for the first...


Right time, right place? McIlroy can take comfort at Valhalla

Rory McIlroy looked like a man who would rather have been anywhere other than where he was on Wednesday at Valhalla. It was...


PGA’s Waugh faces golf’s headwinds head-on

Without being directly involved in the PGA Tour-Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund negotiations, PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh feels as many do...


Let the show begin

Scheffler, McIlroy, Koepka add intrigue to PGA

Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka lead a collection of stories heading into this week's PGA Championship.


Dunne’s exit adds to air of dysfunction on PGA Tour

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY | The news Monday that Jimmy Dunne was resigning his spot on the PGA Tour’s powerful Policy Board was no great...


End of an era: Club caddies at the PGA

Today, the typical path to being a major championship-winning caddie is arduous. Fifty years ago, however, all Bob Whaling did was fill out...