The Srixon Q-Star’s two-piece construction isn’t what you would think of for a tour-level ball, but a deeper look into the design reveals some of the same guiding technologies found in the company’s tour-played Z-Star and Z-Star XV balls. While the ionomer-covered Q-Star won’t ever be a choice of elite players who prefer the versatility
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of June 24. Green wins Women’s PGA Hannah Green was traversing the waters
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Long story short, Garrett May walked away from the 58th Northeast Amateur a two-shot wire-to-wire winner. Long story long, the 22-year-old who just graduated from Baylor University accomplished the feat while weathering (literally and figuratively) a harrowing final round on Saturday to hang on for the win. The Texarkana, Texas, native opened the tournament with
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The 2019 Augusta National Women’s Amateur was a huge success, so much so that the conversations about it overshadowed the LPGA’s first major of the year, the ANA Inspiration, which was being played simultaneously. The TV ratings of the dynamic duel between Maria Fassi and Jennifer Kupcho were also high, the highest ratings that a
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CROMWELL, Conn. — Player-caddie relationships on the PGA Tour run the gamut. Only one of them is the boss, though. Unless it’s Steve Williams, apparently. One-and-a-half tournaments into the Williams-Jason Day partnership, the two are still getting to know one another’s tendencies. It takes six months to a year, usually, Williams said. What’s more clear,
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Last year we brought you our 13 Dumbest Things in Golf—a collection of egregious traditions, decisions and products that cause golfers to raise their collective eyebrows, snicker or in some cases, get fired up about. Of course, golf being what it is, there’s no way that our original 13 things covered the entire landscape of
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Nathan Grube’s reputation proceeds him. As the tournament director for the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship, held now yearly the week after the U.S. Open and just a few weeks after the NCAA Championship, Grube has become known as the man who can help launch aspiring tour pros’ careers, one sponsor’s exemption at a time. In
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