Month: September 2020

2:34 PM ET Associated Press MAMARONECK, N.Y. — Mike Davis spent the last decade running the USGA, where he set up golf courses to provide an extreme test for elite players and searched for solutions to increasing distance. Now he wants to build golf courses, a lifelong passion. Davis announced Tuesday he will retire as
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In this video, we are joined by former European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley. He plays three holes with 18-handicapper Tom Clarke and offers a series of excellent pointers about how to think on the course. Paul’s tips provide a great insight into how normal golfers can shoot lower scores just by building a smarter
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6:16 PM ET Associated Press Bryson DeChambeau has won the U.S. Open — the first major championship for golf’s long-hitting mad scientist. He is the third person in history to win an NCAA title, a U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Open. The others: Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. DeChambeau was the only player under par
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When you beat Winged Foot into submission with 375-yard tee shots like Bryson DeChambeau did, it’s easy to overlook some of the more subtle skills he brings to the table, like putting. DeChambeau ranked 18th in strokes gained/putting for the week, and in the recently completed 2019-‘20 season, DeChambeau ranked 10th on tour in that
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It was exactly 107 years ago today—Sept. 20, 1913. Francis Ouimet, a 20-year-old amateur golfer and former caddie at Brookline Country Club in Massachusetts, shocked the sporting world with his playoff victory in the 19th U.S. Open—the first national championship Ouimet had played. Over the extra 18 holes on a Saturday, Ouimet whipped by five
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