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Informed Golf Journalism

Read GGP, Nov. 1

The U.S. Edition is available here.    |    The International Edition is available here.

Magazine

No Limits

Taz Wilson Aims To Break Out In Golf, Life

Taz Wilson was born with bilateral tibial hemimelia, which resulted in her legs being amputated above the knee, but that hasn't kept her...

Norman, Asian Tour Strike Deal

New League Likely To Follow in 2022 

Greg Norman’s world view of golf and what the game can become around the world is expanding with his new role as CEO...

Men's Pro

New Amateur Rules Reflect Modern State Of Game

The USGA and R&A announced Tuesday that the rules regarding amateur status would be updated in 2022 to lift the restrictions on name,...

Amateur

Why Langer Is One Of The All-Time Greats

Perhaps the most impressive part of Bernhard Langer’s ageless greatness is how we’ve come to take it for granted. He’s like the movie...

Men's Pro

Don’t Follow The Leader

Earlier this year, there were 14 consecutive events — starting with Jason Kokrak overtaking Jordan Spieth at Colonial and ending when Patrick Cantlay...

Men's Pro

Read GGP, Oct. 25

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Magazine

Comfort In Cabo

Diamante Amenities Raise Destination Golf To Another Level

We tolerate the discomforts of a golf trip because we care about the courses, the places, the friends and the experiences. But our...

Successful Aramco Series Is Here To Stay

The Ladies European Tour made quite a successful stop in the States with a recent Aramco Team Series event. Our Lewine Mair examines...

Throwback Friday

Yale-Columbia Celebrate 125 Years of College Golf

In 1896, the Bulldogs of Yale University took on the Lions of Columbia University in the first college golf match. The two schools...

Back To School

College Golf Makes NBA’s Smith ‘Feel Normal’

After 16 seasons in the NBA, including two champagne-drenched championships, J.R. Smith now plays golf for North Carolina A&T. Our Ron Green Jr....

Hanse Restores Tillinghast Vision To Baltusrol

The newly restored Lower Course at Baltusrol – implemented by Gil Hanse using A.W. Tillinghast's original designs – opened this past spring and...

Course Design