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Greenwich Country Club

Greenwich Redesign: Perfect Touch To A Classic

The redesign of Greenwich Country Club in suburban New York City hits the mark. Our John Steinbreder has the story.

Course Design

Charley Hull, Kate Rose

For The Love Of The Game

Charley Hull received a cheque for £5,000 for winning the first event in the new Rose Ladies Series. And she was thrilled to...


Dustin Johnson

Mr. Underappreciated

Dustin Johnson keeps rolling along

For all the things Dustin Johnson is – the DJ stroll, the bent wrist at the top of his swing, Paulina’s guy –...

Men's Pro

Fox Out

Network Cedes Its Remaining USGA Contract To NBC 

At first glance, the news that the U.S. Open and other USGA events will return to NBC Sports after Fox Sports ended its...


Read Global Golf Post, June 29

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Kerry Haigh, The PGA’s ‘Course Whisperer’

One of the least-known men in golf is also one of the most important men. Kerry Haigh, who sets up golf courses for...

Men's Pro

Finn Boynton, UConn

Pandemic Fallout Puts College Golf Programs In Peril

The fallout from the pandemic has put many college golf programs in peril, and the discontinuation of some teams has already begun. Our...


Scotty Cameron

How Don T. ‘Scotty’ Cameron Became A One-Name Brand 

Don T. "Scotty" Cameron said he knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life since he was 10 or 11 years...


Nick Watney

What Positive COVID-19 Tests Mean For Golf 

When Nick Watney and Cameron Champ tested positive for COVID-19 last Friday at the RBC Heritage, it put the PGA Tour’s pandemic protocols...

Men's Pro

The Turnesa Family: American Golf Royalty

Read a fascinating excerpt from the book, "Doctors of the Game," about the Turnesa family, American golf royalty.

Men's Pro

Read Global Golf Post, June 22

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Tiger Woods, 2000 U.S. Open

The Greatest Golf Ever Played: Tiger, Pebble, 2000 

Perfection might be unattainable on the golf course, but Tiger Woods came pretty darn close in the 2000 U.S. Open. Our Sean Fairholm...