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Klein on Sand Valley's brand new Mammoth Dunes

By Bradley S. Klein

Sand Valley's second 18-hole course, Mammoth Dunes, is spread across 500 acres. Brad Klein on the ambitious and technical project in central Wisconsin.

Women of Golf Channel share their favorite destinations to play

By Brandon Tucker

We asked five women at Golf Channel where their favorite destinations are to play the game they love. Here are their answers.

Did two Michigan high school golf teams cheat their way into the state championship?

By Tim Gavrich

An incident involving several Michigan high school golf teams that turned in some suspiciously low scores to qualify for the state tournament raises a serious question: Just how much cheating goes on in tournament golf?

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Photo tour of U.S. Open host Shinnecock Hills

By Bradley S. Klein

Shinnecock Hills will its fifth U.S. Open in June but first since 2004. The USGA will make sure Long Island club doesn't have a repeat of that controversial championship.

Best of 2017: Top 25 golf courses in Ohio

By Golf Advisor Staff

We looked at golfer ratings and reviews of golf courses in Ohio to determine the 25 best in 2017.

Viewing and spectator's guide for the 2018 U.S. Open

By Jason Scott Deegan

What you need to know about attending or watching the 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island, New York.

The Allegheny and the ecstasy at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

By Tim Gavrich

There is a lot going on at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Confronting it all is a big part of what makes the resort so interesting for golfers and non-golfers alike.

How to find the right program for your junior golfer

By Mike Bailey

Whether your child is a beginner or ready to compete, there are junior golf programs out there for every youngster regardless of size or ability.

It takes a village to play a golf course quickly

By Brandon Tucker

The Shot Clock Masters is the latest attempt at speeding up professional golf, and the latest hope that one day slow play will finally get somewhere.

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In photos: 24 most spectacular par 3s in Canada

From Devil's Cauldron to Cabot Cliffs, browse the many phenomenal par 3s found throughout Canada.


Major championship venues: Future sites for the U.S. Open

From Shinnecock Hills to Winged Foot, view the full list of future U.S. Open golf sites as announced by the USGA.


Photos of Cabot Cliffs at Cabot Links on Cape Breton Island

Cabot Cliffs, the follow-up to Cabot Links on Cape Breton Island, is one of Canada's most spectacular courses. Tour the Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw designed course here.


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Five storylines heading into round two at the 2018 U.S. Open

The high scores of Thursday's first round at the 2018 U.S. Open might have derailed many of golf's top-ranked players. Can they recover under more favorable conditions in round two?

Wind will be a factor for afternoon groups

The return of Shinnecock Hills to the U.S. Open rota should be fascinating to watch this week. Bradley S. Klein points out five key storylines to watch during round one.

The USGA and Shinnecock Hills hope for redemption at the 2018 U.S. Open

The final round of the 2004 U.S. Open will live in infamy after course conditions spiraled out of control at Shinnecock Hills. Bradley S. Klein looks back at what went wrong, but more importantly, what was learned and can be applied in the return to Shinnecock for the 2018 U.S. Open.

Superintendents start mowing every morning in the dark

While you're probably sleeping, volunteer superintendents from around the country are working hard in the dark to ensure that Shinnecock Hills is in the best possible shape for the 2018 U.S. Open.

Shinnecock looks and plays differently than past U.S. Opens

A keen interest in course architecture by the USGA's Mike Davis is playing a big part in the setup for the 2018 U.S. Open. Bradley S. Klein looks at the changes at Shinnecock Hills leading up to its first major since 2004.

Closed golf course transforms into true off-the-beaten path experience

A closed golf course off the coast of Maryland gets new life with a radical concept that emphasizes getting to the holes, not getting the ball in them.