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Philly’s Kittelson makes adaptive golf ‘go’

Since joining the Golf Association of Philadelphia full-time in January, Anna Kittelson is forging forward with an initiative that will bring competitive and...


Second chance

Georgia’s Laura Coble reconnects with golf on life's back nine

Laura Coble, who spent 10 years away from the game while raising a family, has been playing high-level golf ever since and shows...


Righting a wrong for the PGA’s Jimmy Wright

At a course just over five miles south of Dayton, Ohio, the hometown of the aviation pioneering Wright brothers (no relation), club pro...


Past to prologue: Hovland, Morikawa hit reset

Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa each revisited their pasts in hopes of brightening their futures, and it appears to be working for both.


Low scores, high drama at Valhalla

Read about the highs, the lows and the in-betweens during the PGA Championship at Valhalla.



Texas’ Hardin shatters barriers in women’s game

Before Nancy Lopez and Lorena Ochoa were making headlines as golfers from Mexico or of Mexican descent, Mina Hardin blazed the trail simply...


Read GGP, May 20

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


Fit for golf

Erin Carson advocates for strength and conditioning

Erin Carson's personal journey has led her from elite-level athlete to coaching elite-level, endurance-sport competitors and high-handicap golfers hoping not to fizzle out...


Scheffler responds to surreal day with class

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY | Through the raindrops, the flashing lights, the heartbreak, the handcuffs, the mugshot, the police report, the social-media nonsense and, inevitably,...


Rahm struggles with joyless play at PGA

After a 72 on a wet and dank Friday at Valhalla Golf Club and a 36-hole total of even-par 142, Jon Rahm was...


All eyes on Tiger, regardless of score

Of the phenomena that have made Tiger Woods a famous name around the world, one is the fact that as his game wanes...


Schauffele posts early PGA target with 62 at Valhalla

Xander Schauffele posted 62 in the opening round of the PGA Championship at Valhalla, giving him historic distinction plus comfort in the clubhouse.