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‘He’s Humble, But He’s A Killer’

Don't be fooled by his quirky swing. Oklahoma State sophomore Matthew Wolff is the real deal.


Jones Cup Bolsters Its Mid-Amateur Presence

The Jones Cup, the season opener for significant amateur tournament play that started on Friday, has a larger contingent of mid-amateur players this...


Loud And Proud: The Phoenix Effect Is Being Heard Across The PGA Tour

If you follow the PGA Tour around the country, you realize there are mini-Phoenix Open setups developing each year. Every tournament director in...

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The USGA’s Walker Cup Quandary

Six potential players for the U.S. Walker Cup team turned down an invitation to a recent practice session. Post publisher Jim Nugent, a...


Signing Secrets – Players Share Keys To Autographing Golf Balls

What's the hardest skill to master in golf? Drawing the ball? Spinning it back? Putting under pressure? Please. Those feats pale in comparison...


Li Ruling Ripples Through European Tour

Li Haotong was penalized two strokes last week when his caddie briefly stood behind him as he prepared to putt. Lewine Mair gets...

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Famous Female Players Set The Bar For Their European Tour Brothers

Two players in this week's European Tour tournament have famous sisters from the LPGA Tour. The Post's Lewine Mair reports on Yusaku Miyazato...

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The Last Word

This will be Johnny Miller’s final weekend in the television tower and it will be an abbreviated visit. He will sit with his...

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The Constant Kindness Of Comeback Kid Lydia Ko

She lost a tournament she should have won. Then came the extraordinary.


Read Global Golf Post, Jan. 28

Justin Rose guarded his world No. 1 ranking with his 10th PGA Tour win, a 21-under triumph at Torrey Pines. Ron Green Jr....


Omaha’s Sieckmann Brothers A Go-To Teaching Tandem

Imagine that the world capitals of golf are Augusta National, Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, Royal Melbourne and Omaha. Omaha, you say? That’s Nebraska,...


Scratching A Niche: New Companies Are Making Old School Cool Again

ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Some days when Henry Rowland wakes up, he’s convinced he is a lunatic. “I’ll sit there and think, ‘Why don’t...