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The PGA of America is Currently Encouraging Owners of Diverse and Local Businesses to Apply for Vending Positions.

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JR Smith concludes first rounds of collegiate golf, thrilled and excited at range of competition.

APGA Tour

Three new fall tournaments sponsored by Farmers further strengthens the diversity-focused APGA Tour, including separate youth events.

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Farmers Insurance expands its commitment to diversity in golf with a new alliance with BCGCA focused on supporting and developing college athletes.

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The John Shippen Shootout Winner, Amari Avery, joins an Elite Field of golf's best female Players at the 2021 Cognizant Founders Cup at Mountain...

Equipment

The Haute design house now caters to discerning golfers, offering a classic golf bag embodying a tribute to American heritage.

Equipment

Titleist releases the Limited Edition Scotty Cameron Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black, a Tour-inspired concept putter.

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Cameron Champ earns third PGA Tour win, likely cementing his place in FedEx Cup Playoffs.

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Lifestyle

Golf Fashion

The prestigious university forges an unlikely partnership with lesser-known museum to bring Ivy League style to global golf.

Culture

Photographer Tyler Ki-Re is among a new wave of creatives pushing the boundaries and giving new life to the old sport of golf.

Golf Fashion

Drake X Nike partner to launch new Nocta Golf Label following Lover Boy album success.

Lifestyle

Escobar Cigars and Iconic Grammy Award Winning, Multi-Platinum Recording Artist Nas Announce Strategic Partnership.

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Legacy

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In our past series, "Black Pioneers of Golf," we featured Lee Elder, the first Black golfer to play the Masters (1975). Mr. Elder passed...

Trailblazer

Created in partnership with the USGA to expose underrepresented individuals to the game and career pathways within the golf industry, the Lee Elder Internship...

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On July 18, 1896, a young Black man named John Matthew Shippen, Jr. emerged to become American's first Golf Professional.

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One hundred and twenty-five years ago, John Shippen, America's first native-born golf professional, integrated the U.S. Open.

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