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Legends Series - Gary Player

Gary Player, born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1935, is widely regarded as one of the greatest golfers in the history of the sport. Player, along with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, was considered one of the “big three” of his era. From the early 1950’s through the 1970’s, golf enjoyed tremendous growth in popularity and viewership worldwide, largely thanks to the efforts and performances by…

Scott takes The Barclays & Fleetwood secures maiden European Tour win

Last week the PGA began its FedEx Cup Playoffs at The Barclays. The tournament saw Adam Scott continue his career best season by holding off Tiger Woods and three others to come away with a one stroke victory and collect his second €1.07 million cheque of the season.

Rookie Reed Wins at Wyndham & The Barclays Preview

Last week the PGA Tour made its stop in Greensboro, North Carolina for the Wyndham Championship. Once again we were treated to a dramatic finish as Patrick Reed defeated Jordan Spieth in a two hole, sudden death playoff.

Player Profile - Jason Dufner

In August of 2013 the world was introduced to a golfer by the name of Jason Dufner who has very quietly but steadily been making his way up the golf rankings for the past few years. Dufner won the 2013 PGA Championship in dramatic fashion by holding off a threatening Jim Furyk to win by two strokes. On his way to victory, Dufner also posted a 63 in the second round, tying the lowest score ever achieved…

USPGA Review & Wyndham Championship Preview

Last week the PGA tour made its stop at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York for the fourth and final major tournament of 2013, the U.S. PGA Championship. Although, in recent years this tournament has been regarded as the lesser of the four major tournaments, it did not disappoint in terms of drama, excitement and one record-setting round.

Legends Series - Ben Hogan

Widely regarded as one of the purest and most consistent ball strikers in golf history, Ben Hogan is one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game. Hogan's career began early and began slowly, taking nearly ten years from the time he turned pro before winning his first professional tournament. However, once he truly developed his swing, he became one of the games elite players.

Will Tiger Beat Jack's Haul of 18 Majors?

Every year, as each major golf tournament comes and goes, the discussion inevitably turns to the question of whether or not Tiger Woods will ever catch, or even surpass, Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major tournament championships. There are certainly many valid points on either side of this argument. Here are a few facts to consider.

The 2013 Open - Muirfield

From July 18th through July 21st, the eyes of the golf world will once again be turned to Muirfield. This historic course, located in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, will be hosting its 15th Open Championship, and its first since 2002.

2013 Irish Open - Carton House

Located in Maynooth County, Kildare, the Carton House will once again host this year's Irish Open. The tournament will be played June 27th through the 30th at the Montgomerie course on the beautiful Carton House grounds.

Merion - Home of the 2013 US Open

Located in the township of Haverfor, Pennsylvania, a Northwest suburb of Philadelphia, is one of the most storied, yet least talked about golf courses in the United States. Merion Golf Course opened in September of 1912 and since that time it has hosted five U.S. Open Championships. Merion was the course on which the most recent U.S. Open, won by Justin Rose, was played. Originally designed by Hugh…