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Mary Queen of Scots was the first woman to play golf. It was during her reign that the famous golf course at St. Andrews was built, in 1552. Mary …

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Professional Golf

The four major events in men's professional golf are the Masters, the British Open, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship. The four events form what is known as the Grand Slam. No player has ever …

Golf History

The Question: Where was golf invented and where did the name of golf come from? The Answer: Although golf's place of origin is uncertain, Scotla…

Other 2007 LPGA Tour Winners

(Through Nov. 28, 2007) 2007 golf tour winners from the Women's World Cup of Golf to the ADT Championship. Tournament—winner Winnings …

Other 2007 PGA Tour Winners

(Through Nov. 28, 2007) 2007 golf tour winners from the Mercedes Championship to the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Tournament—winner Winnings …

Natalie Gulbis

Natalie Gulbis leapt into the media spotlight in 2005 as one of the most popular woman golfers in the United States. She distinguished herself not with victories but with swimsuit calendars and a TV s…

Deane Beman

Born: Apr. 22, 1938Golf 1st commissioner of PGA Tour (1974-94); introduced “stadium golf” and created The Players Championship; as player, won U.S. Amateur twice and British Amateur once…

Nancy Lopez

Nancy Lopez was the most celebrated player in women's golf in the decade after her rookie year in 1978. She began playing golf as a young girl and was an accomplished amateur before starting her prof…

Nick Faldo

England's Nick Faldo was one of the world's best golfers from the mid-1980s until the late 1990s, famous for his precise play on the links and aloof manner during competition. A talented athlete in s…