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Informed Golf Journalism

A midsummer day’s dream on state of game

As most of us take a midsummer break for the Fourth of July weekend, it’s a good moment to pause and consider where...

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All-American double

Green, Tennant score big wins across the pond

Americans Melanie Green and Lara Tennant went across the Atlantic to play in national amateur championships in Ireland and Scotland. Both returned to...

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R&A names rugby executive Mark Darbon as new CEO

The R&A has wasted little time in appointing a successor to Martin Slumbers. Mark Darbon has been named the chief executive of the...

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Read GGP July 1

Read the North American edition here. Read the International edition here.

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Longevity and success

Historic Toronto club puts women first

For 100 years, the Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto has welcomed women with a course designed for them as the only golf club...

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As U.S. Senior Open qualifier, Koch ‘better than most’

This week, 56 years after his USGA debut at the U.S. Junior Amateur, Gary Koch is competing in the U.S. Senior Open at...

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Pinehurst pairing

Doubling down on men’s, women’s amateur events

The North & South Amateur and the North & South Women’s Amateur have been a significant part of Pinehurst for more than 100...

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PGA chief Waugh resigns, hailing six years of growth

Seth Waugh, one of the most respected and influential people in golf, announced Wednesday that he is resigning as chief executive officer of...

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Scheffler leaves his signature on evolving PGA Tour

When the PGA Tour gets around to releasing its 2025 schedule, perhaps it should reclassify its special events to call them Scottie Scheffler...

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‘Experience of a lifetime’

Female volunteers guide doubleheader in Utah

Utah's Copper Rock became an epicenter of women’s golf in May when it hosted back-to-back tournaments, thanks to the leadership of Darcy Horman...

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Read GGP, June 17

  Read the North American edition here. Read the International edition here.

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Appreciating Juli Inkster

The fire still burns, just not as intensely

Juli Inkster, 63, stays connected to the game and is still collecting awards.

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