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Scott Michaux

Scott Michaux spent 30 years in newspaper journalism including 17 years as the sports columnist at The Augusta Chronicle. His news, column, and feature writing garnered national recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists, Associated Press Sports Editors and 10 first-place awards from the Golf Writers Association of America. A graduate of the University of Virginia, he now lives near Athens, GA.

Articles by Scott Michaux

The Country Club Stands Tall For U.S. Open

In one of the rarer developments of any U.S. Open week, there was very little, if any, whining about the golf course or the setup or logistics. The Country Club was just one of the high points in our Scott Michaux's latest rendition of Birdies & Bogeys.

Highs And Lows From The PGA Championship

Our Scott Michaux is back with another major rendition of Birdies & Bogeys, this time from the PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Highs and lows? Ups and downs? Ins and outs? Michaux's got 'em.

Red-Hot Scheffler, Tiger Top Masters Highlights

Scottie Scheffler, your unflappable Masters winner, wasn’t the only player to walk away from Augusta National feeling like a champion. Our Scott Michaux offers all the highs and lows in his latest rendition of Birdies & Bogeys.

Legend Or Fact, Cam Smith Was Pure Birdie Material

Not quite had enough of the Players Championship? Our Scott Michaux was there and gives insights you just may have missed.

Heroic Round Remembered

How The Gillespie Six Impacted The Future Of American Golf

On Dec. 7, 1955 – just six days after Rosa Parks boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, and refused to leave the whites-only section – six Black men in Greensboro, North Carolina, paid their greens fees and played nine heroic holes of golf at Gillespie Park. Our Scott Michaux has the story.

Remembering The Rock

Fond Memories Of A Course Gone Fallow

Our Scott Michaux takes a walk unspoiled into yesterday, bringing with him two mates to their old stomping grounds at the long-ago closed Greene County Country Club. Come along with Bobby Boucher, Doc and Crack as they return to The Rock.

Remembering A Unicorn

November Masters Left An Indelible Impression

The 2020 “November Masters” will always feel a little out of place in golf’s historic register – like some kind of collective fever dream that we aren’t quite certain was real. Our Scott Michaux has the story.

Ryder Cup Moments

Our Scott Michaux recounts highs, lows and in-betweens from the memorable Ryder Cup matches at Whistling Straits.