growing the game

growing the game

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Golf Tours & News / USGA

A Team Effort

The debut of the U.S. men's and women's Four-Ball Championships -- the USGA's first new events in nearly 30 years -- is the culmination of forward thinking and hard work
April 2015
News & Tours

Why grow the game? Here's why

By Bob CarneyWhy grow the game? It's a good question. Every time we suggest golf needs help, it comes up, usually with a fair amount of consternation. Enough already! Who cares? A competitor of ours once told...
Friday, 3/21/2014 at 10:46AM
Golf Tours & News / Voices

Ron Sirak: What the USGA should do to grow the game

New President Tom O'Toole said he's committed to make the game more accessible. Here's how he can start
February 12, 2014
Magazines / Editors' Blog

C'mon, can playing "up" tees really help the game?

We got several letters about Jaime Diaz's story Barney Adams idea of playing "tour length" tees, which, according to Adams' calculations, would move most of us up. Tom Watson supported the idea in the June...
Wednesday, 5/25/2011 at 10:03PM
Magazines / Editors' Blog

"Make courses with character, not length"

Two things about the February 14 issue got your attention: Rickie Fowler and his non-traditional look on the cover--which a few of you took exception to--and Jaime Diaz's "Final Say" column on the last page,...
Friday, 2/25/2011 at 9:53AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Golf's Latest Hot Spot: Russia

As golf courses struggle in the U.S., with many going out of business and new course construction all but dead, Russia is emerging as the game's new hot spot, according to this Bloomberg report.One of...
Wednesday, 9/9/2009 at 12:47PM
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