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Informed Golf Journalism

Ode To Golf’s Greatest 72 Hours

Our John Hopkins offers varied recollections of covering 20 Ryder Cups, the first one in 1973.

Uneasy Ryder: ‘Someone’s Got To Lose, Man’

There is a magnitude to the Ryder Cup that’s bigger than the emotions that churn inside the players until they erupt, bigger than...

Strick To The Plan

Ego-less Stricker Is Right Guy To Captain America

U.S. Ryder Cup players have confidence in captain Steve Stricker, who is in this role as much for who he is as for...

Has DeChambeau’s Uncle Sam Moment Arrived?

The Ryder Cup is an ideal setting for Bryson DeChambeau to turn into a Paul Bunyan-like version of Uncle Sam. Our Ron Green...

Kohler’s Straits Should Be Ryder Cup Popcorn

When the site of this week's Ryder Cup opened in 1998, Pete Dye had given Herb Kohler exactly what he asked for –...

Course Design

Read GGP, Sept. 20

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Jacklin Offers Insights, Grievances In New Book

Tony Jacklin's new book, "My Ryder Cup Journey," is as much an autobiography as it is a recounting of Ryder Cup experiences. Our...

Men's Pro

Embracing Billy Horschel

Why is Billy Horschel, recent winner of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, such a popular figure in the United Kingdom? Our John...

Men's Pro

Sigg Confident In Card-Carrying Debut

Greyson Sigg, making his PGA Tour debut as a card-carrying tour member, is comfortable he belongs at this week’s season-opening Fortinet Championship. Our...

Men's Pro

‘Patty Ice’ Focused And Authentic

Our Ron Green Jr. writes on Patrick Cantlay, Will Zalatoris, Billy Horschel and more in the latest rendition of Green In Regulation.

Men's Pro

Hudson’s Largesse Kept Ryder Cup Alive

Seve Ballesteros may be known as the savior of the Ryder Cup, but he was not the first. Decades earlier a Portland grocer...

Read GGP, Sept. 13

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