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New Hall of Fame Inductees

Laura Davies will be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame next summer at St. Andrews along with Mark O'Meara, David Graham and A.W. Tillinghast

Deeks: Travel Blahs & Congrats

Fairways columnist Jim Deeks gives a thumbs down assessment of modern air travel but is delighted that Laura Davies will be going into the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Martin nabs first PGA Tour victory

Ben Martin finished with a 20-foot birdie putt for a 3-under 68 and his first PGA Tour victory Sunday in the Shriners Hospital for Children Open.
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Shawn Clement demonstrates how you can make perfect contact every time.
Shawn Clement has a great tip on how to keep the club in front of you.
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HBO Real Sports on the future of golf.
Mike Dojc goes above and beyond to test the buttery feel of Miura golf clubs.
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Scotty Cameron adds GoLo 7 and Select Newport 2 to models available with Dual Balance technology.
Arnold Palmer Invitational. The King presents the winner's trophy to Matt Every.
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Bae pops cork in season opener
Sang-Moon Bae of South Korea hung on to win the PGA Tour season opener Fry' Open in the Napa Valley.
Headline News | By Doug Ferguson | Oct 12, 2014
A major for minors
The World Junior Girls Championship is big stuff for young girls but unfortunately slid under the radar last week at Angus Glen.
Caddie Tales | By Jim Deeks | Oct 06, 2014
Dream Week for Wilson
Oliver Wilson, ranked 792nd in the world, held off World #1 Rory McIlroy to claim the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Headline News | By Associated Press | Oct 05, 2014
The Round Table
This week the panel assesses Ryder Cup performances, Phil Mickelson's skewering of captain Tom Watson and Nick Faldo's strange comments.
This Week in Golf | By The Round Table | Sep 30, 2014
Fresh Approach Needed
Alan Shipnuck of Sports Illustrated writes that Team USA's Ryder Cup fortunes won't be reversed without a change in philosophy.
Feature Story | By Alan Shipnuck / Sports Illustrated | Sep 29, 2014
Ryder Thoughts, Here and There
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks sheds a tear for the poor Americans and predicts a turnaround for a revamped Western Hemisphere team by 2165.
Caddie Tales | By Jim Deeks | Sep 29, 2014
Europe wins again
The European team celebrates after soundly defeating the Americans at the Ryder Cup in Scotland.
Headline News | By Doug Ferguson | Sep 28, 2014
Life in the Canyon
Intrepid traveller Jim Deeks journeyed to the Tucson area and spent a few pampered days soaking up the sun and playing some exceptional golf.
Destination | By Jim Deeks | Sep 24, 2014
At Ryder Cup, follow the money
Bob Harig of has a lengthy look at the business side of the Ryder Cup from both sides of the pond.
Feature Story | By Bob Harig | Sep 23, 2014
Perfect contact ..... every time
Shawn Clement from the Richmond Hill Learning Centre demonstrates how you can develop a swing that delivers perfect contact every time.
Instruction | By Shawn Clement | Sep 23, 2014
Kudos and a rant
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks has high praise for Canadian pros wherever they play but the crankmeister is not happy about the 14 club rule.
Caddie Tales | By Jim Deeks | Sep 23, 2014
The Round Table
This week the panel looks at who might shine at Gleneagles, who has something to prove and who might emerge as this year's goat.
This Week in Golf | By The Round Table | Sep 23, 2014