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Under Armour wins big at the Masters

Apr 13, 2015
Jordan Spieth signed a 10-year endorsement deal with the brand earlier this year.
Posted In: Sports, Golf, endorsements, under armour

Your dollar goes a long way at the Masters

Apr 10, 2015
For $100 you can buy pimento cheese sandwiches and soda for 17 people.
Posted In: Golf, Sports, Food
A wInter sky at sunset over Sugarcreek MetroPark in the Dayton, Ohio, area.

Old golf courses become new kind of wilderness

Jan 12, 2015
Failed golf courses are being allowed to return to their natural states.
Posted In: Golf, lawns, green
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The U.S. Open is rolling, for mini golf

Aug 15, 2014
Prizes are small, but there’s enough action to sustain a pro circuit.
Posted In: business of sports, Golf, prizes, competition

Dan Washburn's new book on golf course ban in China

Jun 27, 2014
Dan Washburn talks about China's ban on golf in his book "The Forbidden Game"
Posted In: China, Golf

How gentrification could hit DC's middle class golfers

Jun 16, 2014
Local leaders are teeing up their redevelopment plans.
Posted In: Golf, gentrification, Washington D.C.

Golf group hopes fewer holes means a better game

Jun 12, 2014
The U.S. Golf Association tells golfers to play shorter games.
Posted In: Golf, U.S. Open, Housing
A groundskeeper waters flowers.

Who mows the lawn? The invisible golf course worker

Nov 12, 2013
The golf course business in the U.S. would collapse without low-wage work, according to a new investigative series in Golf Digest.
Posted In: Golf, undocumented immigrants, low wages

Tiger Woods may be back on top, but will Nike buy it?

Mar 13, 2013
Since his marital indiscretions more than three years ago, it's been a long road back to the top. But the buzz around the golf course says there's no question -- Tiger has returned.
Posted In: Tiger Woods, Golf, Sports, endorsements

Golf tries to bring players back on course

Sep 17, 2012
Long a staple of business networking, golf is on the decline. It's lost five million players in the last 10 years, but now it's making some changes to bring golfers back to the course.
Posted In: Golf, marketing

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