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Read GGP, Jan. 15

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


KJUS expands line of winter wear

New line designed to help women play golf all year

KJUS's golf outerwear line, first launched in 2013, gets an update with winter wear.


In the year ahead, this much is certain

Last January, after dusting off the crystal ball from my newspaper days, I resumed the effort to predict what might happen in a...


By the grace of golf

Hall of Famer Semple Thompson wins with style

At age 75 and with a record 121 USGA championship appearances, Carol Semple Thompson doesn't have too many goals left, but playing...


Renewed sense of life

Woodland returns to PGA Tour after brain surgery

Gary Woodland (right), who first felt symptoms last April and underwent brain surgery in September, is back on the PGA Tour this week...


R&A chief Slumbers resigns, effective at end of year

artin Slumbers announced today that he will be stepping down as the R&A’s chief executive officer at the end of 2024 after nine...


For Tiger and Nike, it’s ‘Goodbye, world’

The 27-year partnership between Tiger Woods and Nike is no more. Read details in this week's version of Green In Regulation.


Deal to strengthen Tour growth

Callaway to provide new level of support to ANNIKA athletes

Female golfers hoping to reach the top level of the game will soon get more help thanks to an agreement with Callaway Golf...



The most interesting woman in golf?

Auburn’s Ami Gianchandani emerges as elite college player, company CEO

Ivy League grad, outstanding golfer, or company CEO, Ami Gianchandani, a unicorn in college golf, checks all the boxes.


Read GGP, Jan. 8

Read the North American edition here. Read the European edition here.


PGA Tour opens with cloudy prospects amid sunshine

As familiar as the scenery at Kapalua may be, a sense of uncertainty remains for the PGA Tour. Read Green In Regulation for...


Dan and Anne Moon make mark at Moon Golf

Anne Moon thinks her perspective helps bring a personal touch to Moon Golf, the company she runs with her husband, Dan.