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By playing in the U.S. Open, Jack Maguire has put himself in a tough position with just two weeks remaining in the Web.com season.
The PGA Championship's move to May in 2019 has caused a flurry of schedule changes. Here are the winners and losers.
One of the best fields in the history of the Western Amateur square off at Skokie C.C. Our full preview with storylines and players to watch.
Two of the most important aspects of golf course design are drainage and construction. Here's an introduction to each.
Looking to learn more about golf course architecture or expand your library? Here are some books I recommend ranging from beginner friendly material to the obsessed.
Soon to be Freshman at USC Owen Calvin-Smith breaks down George Thomas' Bel-Air Country Club.
The Fishers Island Club was always going to be good, but Seth Raynor made it great
How the strategic design and width of Erin Hills have thrown many of professional golf's modern theories and principals out the window at the U.S. Open.
After walking Erin Hills on Sunday, here are my thoughts on the course and how this week's U.S. Open will play out.
Attending the 2017 US Open and looking for a course to tee it up at? Here's where to look.
A look at the host site to the 2017 NCAA Championships, Rich Harvest Farms and the complex story behind it.
My deep thoughts and observations from spending the week at the NCAA's.
I deep dive into some thoughts and observations I had walking inside the ropes at the Players Championship.
The 6600 yard Austin Country Club has produced success in short and long hitters alike, check out what makes it a great match play course.
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