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There was lots of glory and pride demonstrated by both Team USA and Team Europe at the Ryder Cup last week. Captain Steve Stricker and his vice-captains Phil Mickelson, Davis Love III, Zach Johnson and Fred Couples were great leaders and mentors for this younger group of professional golfers…

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The Ryder Cup is set to be played next week, Sept. 24-26 at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wis. Originally, this international match play event was scheduled for the fall of 2020, but due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, it was postponed in July 2020. This golf course is fantastic, along…

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Once again the winner of the PGA Tour event was determined in a playoff. There has certainly been a lot of fierce competition this summer where these incredibly talented golfers refuse to lose and force a playoff. This past Sunday was incredible; the day began with Patrick Cantlay and Bryson…

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What an exciting time of year in the world of professional golf on the PGA Tour and the LPGA Tour. This year, after 47 events — the longest regular season in PGA Tour history, the Fed Ex playoffs begin.

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Congratulations to Xander Schauffele (-18) for winning the gold medal while representing the USA at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo! His mental toughness throughout the competition paid off while there were many other golfers with low scores. Xander shot four great rounds of golf 68,63,68 and 6…

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Golf was featured in the Summer Olympics in 1900 and 1904. After a dispute amongst some of the Olympic officials; that was the end of it for over 100 years. But due to golf’s global popularity, a decision was made to bring golf back as part of the official program in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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This week, the 149th Open Championship is being hosted by Royal St. George’s Golf Course, located on the coastline in England. The Sandwich links are ready for the world’s best players as they compete for the Claret Jug.

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Summer has finally begun, the days are longer and the weather continues to warm up across the Mount Washington Valley which means more daylight and more opportunities to play golf and enjoy the great outdoors.