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Bishop: Time for 2 sets of golf rules?

PGA of America President Ted Bishop thinks it may be time to have a second set of rules for the game of golf.

Rich Lerner on his story of The Villages

In Play: Rich Lerner on his story of The Villages.

PGA President Ted Bishop avid Colts fan

PGA of America President Ted Bishop talks about his love of the Yankees and taking his frustrations out on his wall at home.

Another term for PGA president Ted Bishop?

PGA of America President Ted Bishop responds to the growing number of people that believe he should consider another term at the helm of the PGA of America.

In Play sneak peek: PGA of America president Ted Bishop

PGA of America president Ted Bishop talks about the current state of the golf industry and growing the game on an all-new episode of 'In Play with Jimmy Roberts' Monday, August 11th at 9PM ET on Golf Channel.

Van de Velde spoke with Stadler after French Open collapse

After Kevin Stadler had his own meltdown at this year's French Open, Jean Van de Velde was there to give him some advice.

In Play: Counterfeiting in the U.S. part 2

Golf equipment counterfeiting in the U.S. is a thriving hundred million dollar business.

Golf detective investigates the mulligan

What is the origin of the term "mulligan?" Matty Blake, our slightly defective detective, blows the lid off golf stories that nobody else realized were stories in the first place.

In Play: The mysterious John Montague

A relative unknown, John Montague, became one of the most talked-about golfers of the 1930s, palling around with Hollywood types, creating folklore with his golf ability and tricks, while staying in obscurity.

In Play: Bob May then and now

Southern Cal prodigy Bob May set the records that Tiger Woods, seven years his junior, taped to his wall and eventually beat. May lost in the final of the British Amateur and was part of the legendary 1991 Walker Cup team.