Growing Global Golf
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Golf fans are used to seeing an international mix of players at PGA events, and increasingly, American pros are participating at tournaments on other continents. The next logical step, it seems, is to promote a true global tour, where …

Golf’s Greatest Hazard, and What to Do About It
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It’s not what you think. The greatest hazard golfers face doesn’t lie on the course—it comes from the sky. The sunbeams that reveal nature’s beauty and, we hope, light the way to our next great shot have a downside that …

The Odds of Shooting a Hole-in-One
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Have you ever wondered what the odds are for making a hole-in-one? The elusive ace isn’t easy to come by, especially for the average player. One might almost call a quixotic quest. But just how impossible is your dream? If …

Ted Bishop, Innovator and Disruptor

Golf aficionados have long described PGA of America as a moribund institution—or at least they did before Ted Bishop became its president two years ago. As Bishop’s term nears its end, Golf World’s Jaime Diaz takes a look at the …

What Went Wrong at the Ryder Cup?

The 2014 Ryder Cup, played at Gleneagles in Scotland, was not a happy experience for the United States team. Dissections of the action were quick to surface at the end of the match play event, won decisively by the …

The Ryder Cup Tournament Returns to the Home of Golf
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Break out your bagpipes and don your kilts: the 2014 Ryder Cup will be played from September 23-28 in the country that invented golf. Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland is the site of the biennial match-play tournament, where America’s best golfers …

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