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Staff Writer Sean Fairholm

Sean Fairholm

Sean Fairholm is a staff writer for Global Golf Post. A graduate of North Carolina State University’s PGA Golf Management program and a former writer at PGA Magazine, he has covered golf for over 10 years. He is a weekly contributor to Honda Classic Live, a radio show on ESPN West Palm Beach. He and his wife Anja live in Gainesville, Fla., with their dog Hogan.

Articles by Sean Fairholm

Golf Becoming Strictly A Numbers Game

Scott Fawcett, a former player who now informs Will Zalatoris, Bryson DeChambeau and others, has devised a system called DECADE that takes Google Earth photos of courses paired with a player’s shot patterns to figure out optimal aiming points and decisions. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.

Despite Calls for Change, Walker Cup Needs No Altering

We’re obsessed with tinkering and perfecting, but maybe in the case of the Walker Cup we can take time to admire something that needs to be left alone. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.

Mr. 56: Maccario Rides Momentum As Mid-Am

It's clear that Nick Maccario, who won the 2019 Massachusetts Mid-Amateur by 15 strokes and has added impressive finishes since, has the game to be in the conversation with the top mid-ams around. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.

A Surprize View of Tee Time Booking

Golf Surprize is a value-added tee-time revenue generator that puts a clever spin on what golfers have become accustomed to from other third-party services. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.

Burke, Champions Bring Storied Past To U.S. Women’s Open

Jackie Burke Jr. still displays the enthusiasm that has marked his storied career in golf as the U.S. Women's Open comes to his Champions Golf Club. GGP's Sean Fairholm profiles Burke and his aptly named club in Houston, Texas.

The Many Sides Of Firethorn

What Augusta’s Deceptive 15th Hole Gives, It Often Takes Away

The 15th hole at Augusta National – Firethorn – has cemented itself as an ideal representative of the nebulous line between ecstasy and agony at the Masters. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.