The in-demand architect is scheduled to start work next month on a new course in West Point, Miss. The course, which will be called Mossy Oak Golf Club, is being developed by George Bryan, who also developed the adjacent Old Waverly Golf Club. More>>>
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It was that time of year again, with the golf world coming together at the 2015 PGA show in Orlando. As usual, there were some great new products and as always, ones that have no chance whatsoever. Here are some of the better products you see in the upcoming year. Click for complete story
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If there’s ever been a professional golfer who needed a big break, it’s Jason Millard.
Two years ago, he missed reaching the final stage of Q-School by one measly stroke. This year, he owns conditional status on the developmental Web.com Tour, but hasn’t gotten into a single event. He’s tried to Monday qualify, but is 0-for-7 so far. MORE>>>
PINEHURST, N.C. – First, it was a miracle chip-in at the 2013 John Deere Classic that helped make him the youngest PGA Tour winner since 1931. MORE>>>
Then it was a spot on the U.S. Presidents Cup squad.
PINEHURST, N.C. – As the historic Pinehurst No. 2 prepares to host the 2014 U.S. Open starting on Thursday, our staff of experts got to debating on the best venues for America’s national championship.
Here are the results of that debate, with each staffer ranking three courses on their all-time favorite list: MORE>>>