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Why is that Masters pimento cheese sandwich so cheap?

by Andy Uhler Apr 11, 2019
"Augusta National does not mind leaving a little money on the table," said one person who analyzed concessions at the Super Bowl of golf.
One of Augusta National's famed pimento cheese sandwiches is seen during the second round of the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2011 in Augusta, Georgia.
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How the PGA Tour commissioner plans to grow golf's fan base

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Apr 25, 2018
Commissioner Jay Monahan talks about how the sport needs to keep up with technology.
PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan (L) meets with Tiger Woods during the Pro-Am of the Genesis Open at the Riviera Country Club on February 14, 2018 in Pacific Palisades, California.
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Rejuvenated Tiger Woods makes the golf economy hum

by Andy Uhler Apr 3, 2018
After a string of well-publicized personal struggles including infidelity, DUI, addiction and rehab, not to mention four back surgeries in three years, Tiger Woods is back and playing pretty well. And when Tiger Woods is good, things are good in…

Nike to drop golf equipment business

by Donna Tam Aug 3, 2016
The sporting goods brand said it will still sell footwear and apparel but clubs and bags are out.
Michelle Wie watches her tee shot on the 18th hole during the second round of the Marathon Classic in 2014 in Sylvania, Ohio. She is just one of the pro golfers who have a clothing line with Nike.
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Golf returns to Olympics, but some big name golfers dropping out

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 2, 2016
Golfers cite Zika for not going to Rio, but money and prestige are also at play
Sophomore Arizona State University golfer Jino Sohn practices for his upcoming season. Growing up he dreamed about winning major championships, but never thought he could aspire to golf in the Olympics.
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How golf courses beat the heat

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 19, 2016
Some offer deals on greens fees. Others let the grass die.
Arcot Premkumar and Dennis Binaco get ready to tee off at the Tournament Players Club in Scottsdale. The temperature at noon? 105 degrees.
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PGA championship is moving from Trump's Miami course to Mexico City

by Annie Baxter Jun 2, 2016
The Trump brand hampers sponsorship of the elite tournament.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes an appearance at his Doral course in Florida.
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Trump drives hard in golf course project

by Stephen Beard Apr 1, 2016
The tycoon has angered some with the development in his mother's native Scotland.
Donald Trump plays a round of golf after the opening of The Trump International Golf Links Course on July 10, 2012.
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Converting a phosphate mine to golf course resort

by Robin Sussingham Sep 2, 2015
There was certainly once a hole in one golf course.

Golf embraces high tech

by Nova Safo Aug 13, 2015
Drones, beacons, lasers. Pro golf plays it cool.