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Topic - United States Golf Association
The 2018 U.S. Women's Open Championship will be played at Shoal Creek in Birmingham, Alabama.
North Dakota has the most golf courses per capita in the nation, its tourism department boasts. But what North Dakota doesn't have is a major professional golf tournament, and some people believe it's time to pursue the idea.
The United States Golf Association has approved the use of distance-measuring devices in all of its amateur championships and their qualifying events, starting this year.
The United States Golf Association says the 2016 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship will be held at Rolling Green Golf Club in Springfield, Pa., outside Philadelphia.
There's no mistaking this is the U.S. Open: 156 of the world's top golfers playing one of the country's most respected courses, Bethesda's Congressional Country Club. With eight past champions and just about everyone not named Tiger Woods taking part, it's a fitting national championship.
As Boris Stantchev dropped golf balls all over the 18th green and watched the crazy rolls caused by the contours, his playing companions tried to find an adequate comparison for what they just experienced playing Chambers Bay for the first time.