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The Most Earth-Friendly Courses

Ron Whitten examines some of the most earth-friendly courses
April 2015
Throwback Thursday

Before Ben Hogan became a legend, he had to break a nine-year winless streak as a pro

Ben Hogan is famously attributed with saying the secret to golf was "in the dirt." Ken Venturi also quoted Hogan as saying, "every day you miss practicing will take you one day longer to...
Thursday, 3/19/2015 at 9:33AM
News & Tours

Rain produces cautious optimism at drought-stricken California golf courses

It is too early to know whether it’s the beginning of the end of the drought in California, but rainstorms across the state in recent days have been a welcome relief generally and for golf...
Wednesday, 12/3/2014 at 4:25PM
News & Tours

Missing Links: Interest in golf is too dependent on Tiger Woods, and a U.S. Open at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point?

By John Strege Stories of interest you might have missed… “Tiger Woods is the quantitative easing of professional golf. He is not the solution, he is the mask. He only seems to make things right...
Wednesday, 6/25/2014 at 9:00AM
Golf Tours & News / Voices

Bill Fields: Pinehurst Postscript

The USGA's two-week experiment in the North Carolina sandhills exceeded expectations, with Martin Kaymer, Michelle Wie and -- most especially -- the No. 2 course leaving lasting impressions
June 25, 2014
News & Tours

Missing Links: Tiger Woods' comeback, Charley Hull's absence and Dame Laura Davies' 'biggest honour'

By John StregeStories of interest you might have missed... Where was Charley Hull? And why no Erik Compton? Hull, though 35th in the Rolex Ranking and a Solheim Cup star, was not exempt into the...
Monday, 6/23/2014 at 8:53AM
News & Tours

Michelle Wie defies her critics, does it her way and wins U.S. Women's Open

By John Strege Parody, a wise man wrote, is homage gone sour. There was a time that Michelle Wie was the most celebrated girl in women’s golf for playing against men. She had teed...
Sunday, 6/22/2014 at 7:43PM
News & Tours

Aussie Amateur Minjee Lee now a contender, not a guest, at U.S. Women's Open

By Billl Fields PINEHURST, N.C. -- A year ago, as one of the winners of the Karrie Webb Series scholarship, Minjee Lee was a guest of the Hall of Fame golfer at the U.S. Women’s...
Friday, 6/20/2014 at 3:26PM
News & Tours

Michelle Wie again a factor in U.S. Women's Open, primed to win first major

By Ron Sirak PINEHURST, N.C. - The first time Michelle Wie played in the U.S. Women’s Open was 2003 at Pumpkin Ridge in Oregon, finishing T-39 at the age of 13. It seemed at the...
Friday, 6/20/2014 at 2:37PM
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