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Wendell Coffee brews up a gem

The Wendell Coffee Golf Center in Tyrone, Georgia, about 28 miles southwest of Atlanta, has survived three decades and is a testament to...


Wyndham adds chapter to Greensboro golf history

Wyndham Rewards, title sponsor of the Wyndham Championship this week at Sedgefield Country Club, recently donated $200,000 to the Central Carolina First Tee...


Frustrated players elevate Woods to Policy Board

The level of player frustration over the PGA Tour’s unexpected agreement to enter into discussions with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund regarding a...


Thomas taps memory bank for last shot at playoffs

Outside the top 70 spots in the FedEx Cup playoffs with only this week remaining to play his way into the playoffs, Justin...



All fore the ladies

Abby Liebenthal creates welcoming space for women golfers

Abby Liebenthal has seen how difficult it can be for women to get involved in golf, which motivated her to create Fore the...


Read GGP, July 31


Queen of Aces

Dottie Farmer simply harvests holes-in-one

Dottie Farmer had recorded an astounding 21 holes-in-one. Would our intrepid reporter, Scott Michaux, be on hand to witness No. 22? Read and...


98 and living large

Orange Tree's Pellegrini shatters his age every time he plays

Many players in their "golden years" would be happy with an 83 in a morning foursome. But Al Pellegrini, 98, of Orange Tree...


Solace infuses new opportunities for Sun Mountain

After operating independently for 41 years with founder Rick Reimers as its lone shareholder and CEO, Sun Mountain Sports was acquired by Solace...


What does Monahan’s memo mean?

Commissioner contacts players on ball strategy, PIF and more

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan reaches out to players in a wide-ranging memo Wednesday, discussing the tour's ball strategy, the PIF agreement and...


Coaching them up

Austin Ernst ready for new chapter with college coaching role

Austin Ernst's story for the last 10 years has been told as a player on the LPGA Tour. The next chapter in her...


From rinks to links, ‘Dorny’ remains a character

Former Philadelphia Flyer Gary Dornhoefer's competitive spirit still burns today, but the 80-year-old now takes it to the golf course.