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Informed Golf Journalism

From Golf To Nobel Prize

How 1974 Ridgewood U.S. Am Contestant Changed The World

Gary Yohe was good enough to qualify for the U.S. Amateur Championship twice, but he then turned to academics. It turned out to...

Kiddie Rules In Role At Aronimink

Aronimink head pro Jeff Kiddie is a member of the PGA of America Rules Committee and the winner of numerous industry honors. In...


The President, The Chairman And A 1974 Practice Round

A few days before the start of the 1974 U.S. Amateur Championship, Stu Francis and Fred Ridley formed a lasting friendship at Ridgewood...


Keisers Have A Full Plate

Brothers Expand Business Of Retail Golf At Sand Valley And Beyond

Mike Keiser bought the land that would become Sand Valley Resort, but sons Chris and Michael have shepherded its growth and are making...


PGA Tour Wins Round One

Judge Nixes LIV Golfers’ Bid To Play This Week; Bigger Fight Looms

The first round of pro golf's legal battle was a clear victory for the PGA Tour over LIV Golf. What happens next? Our...

Men's Pro

Major Recap

A Championship Season Worth Remembering

The major golf season came to a close this past Sunday with another first-time champion and enough drama hopefully to keep fans sated...

Small Site, Big Changes

Augusta National Remakes Its Acclaimed Par 3 Course

Augusta National's Par 3 Course is undergoing a major renovation that is likely to enhance one of the Masters' most cherished traditions. Our...

Course Design

Georgia Hall Recalls Memorable Open Moment

Playing With Famed Trio 'One Of The Experiences Of My Life'

Our Lewine Mair writes that the four-hole Celebration of Champions exhibition at St. Andrews on the Monday of Open week was a brilliant...

PGA Tour Leads AR And Golf Video Gaming Boom

Buoyed by the pandemic and a burgeoning demand for interactive experiences within the sport, golf is enjoying a period of historic growth in...


ANALYSIS: LIV Lawsuit Could Change Golf Landscape

Now that 11 golfers from LIV Golf have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour challenging their suspensions for signing with the...

Men's Pro

No Love Lost On Defecting Players

When Davis Love III heard about LIV and its audacious plans, he counseled PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan its threat would fade. Instead,...

Men's Pro

Requiem For A Golf Equipment Heavyweight

Even the iconic name of Ben Hogan is not enough to spur the struggling equipment company that bears it. Our John Steinbreder has...