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Informed Golf Journalism

Fresh Squeeze

Florida’s Cabot Citrus Farms blossoms

One of the pleasures of being on the architecture beat is watching a place evolve from a dusty construction site to a fully...


Making a splash

Newly turned pro, Dunlap will play Pebble Beach

Nick Dunlap didn’t take long to make a decision about his golf future, announcing that he is turning pro and will tee it...


No one does it better

Annual PGA Show thrives with Major mojo

When tens of thousands of people gather for the annual PGA Show, it's important that vendors and businesses reach the right customers and...


Dan Baker leaves PGA Show on a high note

As far as careers go in the golf industry, Dan Baker has had a most eclectic journey. He has been an agent for...


Dunlap produces much-needed feel-good moment

Nick Dunlap, who just became the first amateur to win on the PGA Tour in 33 years, produced a feel-good moment at just...


On the right course

Cathy Harbin's career has led her to course ownership

After managing a world-renowned golf resort and overseeing 100-plus more clubs, Cathy Harbin knew she was ready to run her own facility. So...


Read GGP, Jan. 22

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



In pursuit of … everything

Rose Zhang proves to be quick study at golf and life

It might appear to the outsider that Rose Zhang might be trying to do too many things at the same time. But she's...


Jackie Burke Jr.: A champion and a teacher

Jackie Burke Jr., who won 19 professional titles, including two major championships in 1956, has died at 100.


An audacious inspiration

The creation a decade ago of the Latin America Amateur Championship, being held this week, was as inspired as it was audacious.


Always sunny

Dylan Dreyer has a bright forecast for golf and life

Dylan Dreyer is best known as a meteorologist on NBC's "Today" show, and the same sunny attitude she brings to her on-air job...


All systems go

Air Force vet Whitney, 34, launches PGA Tour career

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to have your finger on a nuclear missile button, 34-year-old PGA Tour rookie Tom Whitney...