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Peace Of Driftwood

New Texas Course Part Of Inspiring Golf Community

Deep in the heart of rusted Texas Hill Country, where jackalopes would wander if they were real and western diamondbacks slither because they...

Jay And Bill Haas Seek Memories In New Orleans

The father-son duo of Jay and Bill Haas will tee it up together this week in the Zurich Classic in New Orleans. Between...

Men's Pro

Traveling To Open Championship Means Finding Lodging Now

For those wishing to go to the Old Course at St. Andrews to take in the 150th Open Championship in July, there are...

GGP/Biz

Price Was Right For Heritage

How Legendary Writer Helped Launch Lowcountry Classic

When Charles Price, one of the preeminent golf writers of the second half of the 20th century, was brought on board to help...

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Double Dipping

Tennis Icon Stan Smith Co-Chairs Heritage

Stan Smith, 75, a former world No. 1 in tennis, holds court in a different role as co-chairman of the RBC Heritage. He...

Men's Pro

A Spiffing Masters For My 40th

Our John Hopkins attended his 40th Masters this year – but his first since 2019 – and gives a glowing review on what...

Men's Pro

Municipal Golf In The Crosshairs

California A Battleground As Legislation Looms Targeting Publicly Owned Courses

California has become a battleground for municipal golf as legislation is proposed to convert publicly owned golf courses into housing and publicly accessible...

GGP/Biz

A Curious Quest

Hoffmann Takes Unconventional Path In Effort To Beat Muscular Dystrophy

Morgan Hoffmann, in the midst of a quest to overcome facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy, will play his first PGA Tour event in three years...

Men's Pro

‘The Talk’ Leads Plainfield’s Paris To A Life In Golf

Scott Paris has excelled as a PGA club professional and today holds one of the biggest jobs in the industry, as director of...

GGP/Biz

Remembering An LPGA Founder And Legend: Shirley Spork

Shirley Spork, a highly respected founder of the LPGA, died Tuesday in Palm Springs, California. She was 94. Our Lewine Mair pays tribute.

LPGA

Red-Hot Scheffler, Tiger Top Masters Highlights

Scottie Scheffler, your unflappable Masters winner, wasn’t the only player to walk away from Augusta National feeling like a champion. Our Scott Michaux...

Men's Pro