No fans at the US Open changes Golf's earnings photo

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As I walked up the 18th hole of Winged Foot's West Course in early September, it was hard to believe the United States Open in 2020 was only a few weeks away. ] Some things were the same. The rough was US Open thick – over two inches at the time, with plans to reach […]

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US Open 2020: Bryson DeChambeau Aims to Overpower Winged Foot

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DeChambeau led the PGA Tour average classification last season at 322.1 yards Date: September 17-20 Location: Winged Foot, New York Coverage: Live text commentary on BBC Sport website from 1:00 pm BST of opening two rounds and from 7:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Radio Commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live and Sport Extra – […]

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Stitch Golf Review: Function, Style and Detail

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Get our free ebook Sign up for the newsletter and receive our free 30 page course strategy eBook! Over the past ten years, more and more independent golf companies have emerged. In my experience, I have seen smaller companies put a lot more attention, detail and quality into their products compared to some of the […]

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Gil Hanse Restores Courses to Their Glory

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Gil Hanse is an acclaimed golf course architect who worked with the L.P.G.A. Hall of Famer Amy Alcott to build the Olympic course for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. This week, his restoration of Winged Foot Golf Club's West Course will make its international debut as host of the 2020 United States Open. He […]

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SkyCaddie LX5 Review: The New GPS Watch Contender

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Get our free ebook Sign up for the newsletter and receive our free 30 page course strategy eBook! If you want the most comprehensive knowledge of course layouts and distances to different points on each hole, premium GPS watches have become powerful companions. SkyGolf recently released their SkyCaddie LX5 GPS watch and is now one […]

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At the US Open in 1974 the grass was high and scores were higher

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The best golfers in the world who will play the Winged Foot West Course this week will experience their share of pain. That's standard for the United States Open, the ultimate grind of the game. But as disgusting as they are, the 144 players in this year's field should thank you. It could have been […]

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No fans at the US Open changes Golf's earnings photo

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As I walked up the 18th hole of Winged Foot's West Course in early September, it was hard to believe the United States Open in 2020 was only a few weeks away. ] Some things were the same. The rough was US Open thick – over two inches at the time, with plans to reach […]

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