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Teaching pros adjusting to life away from the range

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shut down ranges across the country, teaching professionals are trying to find ways to adapt.

From TikToks to 7th-grade math, players staying busy

If there is an upside to the work shutdown, it's that some touring professionals are getting to spend some valuable time with their families.

A corona-Ryder plea: Make everyone a captain's pick

If the Ryder Cup qualification process is unraveling, why have one at all? Put the onus Steve Stricker and Padraig Harrington to pick their 12.

10 shocking Match Play upsets, underdog runs

From unexpected singular results to dramatic runs through the bracket, here's a look back on 10 of the biggest upsets in the history of the WGC-Match Play.

Olympic delay help or hurt Tiger's chances?

The Olympics are postponed until 2021. Will that delay help or hurt Tiger Woods' chances of qualifying for the U.S. team.

West Florida Golf Tour

Florida mini-tour continues with extreme safety

The West Florida Golf Tour, like other mini-tours, continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But it does so by implementing some extreme safety measures.

Instructor Cowen believes he has COVID-19

Instructor Pete Cowen tells The Daily Telegraph in Britain he has all the symptoms of the new coronavirus and is 'feeling horrendous.'

LPGA rookies sweating starts, status, money

An LPGA rookie class has never navigated more uncharted waters. The uncertainties continue to mount with each lost or postponed event.

Nordqvist wins playoff as mini-tours continue

In one of a few mini-tours still playing amid the coronavirus pandemic, Anna Nordqvist won on the second playoff hole in a Cactus Tour event.

The game we love will be waiting for us when we return

As Golf Channel's Gary Williams writes, there is lots to miss about the game right now, and plenty to appreciate when golf returns.