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With time to spare, reminiscing with my son on a round five years ago

My son just saw his senior year of college come to an abrupt end. Back home, with nothing but time, we reminisced on a round that I wrote about five years ago.

Whan's ultimate puzzle: Putting LPGA pieces back together

With 14 of his tour's events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic so far, LPGA commish Mike Whan has been tirelessly trying to put the season back together.

From global golf to no golf, pro stays optimistic

Matt Gilchrest played three tours in three continents in three years. Now, he's wondering when his next event will be.

Watching Tiger's Masters win on TV after seeing it first-hand

Witnessing Tiger Woods win the 83rd Masters first hand was unforgettable, but watching it for the first time on TV was revealing.

Early winners of 'The Dinah' should get major credit

Should winners of the ANA Inspiration prior to 1983 be retroactively named major champions? There'd be tons of support.


Thanks to NCAA, seniors get one more shot

After weeks of uncertainty, college golf seniors across the country will be allowed to return to school for an extra year.

Shore and Foster's influence paved way for LPGA

The ANA is as important as any event in LPGA history. Per inaugural winner Jane Blalock: "That one event single-handedly changed the face of women’s golf."

Top 10 moments in ANA Inspiration history

With the old Dinah Shore delayed until September, here's a look back at 10 of the most memorable moments in the event’s history, some as painful as others were exhilarating.

Outlaw Tour

Blick's DQ: Mini-tour struggles during a pandemic

Cody Blick, like a handful of others, played from the wrong tee in a mini-tour event. It cost him $1,400. “It ruins you, man,” he said. “I’ve got to make money."

Chamblee reflects on his Golf Channel roots

Brandel Chamblee takes some time while sequestered at home to talk about his start at Golf Channel nearly 20 years ago.