Who's Who in Golf

Major personalities of the golfing world, past and present.

Who is Who, major personalities of the golfing world, past and present

Where2Golf.com Who's Who encyclopedia does not just include famous players such as Rory McIlroy, but also premier golf course designers i.e. Jack Nicklausgolf writers and golf club makers. Each profile lists biographical facts about the personality as well as their contribution to the world of golf. Use the search box below to find the biography of the person you are interested in.

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Le Golf National: the spectacular Chesneau-Von Hagge designed Albatros course at Le Golf National emerges from winter. Next stop … the Ryder Cup! 
The Kinloch ClubLake Taupo, in the centre of New Zealand’s North Island, provides the setting for one of the country’s top-rated Stay & Play golf venues.

Women’s Australian Open: Ko Jin-young became only the second ever player to win on her debut appearance as an LPGA Tour member.
WGC Mexico Championshipthe 2018 World Golf Championships kick-off at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City (Mar 1-4).

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Bubba Watsonrecorded his tenth PGA Tour win at this year’s Genesis Open played at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.
Thomas Bjorn & Jim FurykAs the 2018 season gets into full gear, the two Ryder Cup captains continue to weigh-up their four potential captain’s picks. Picks to be named in September.


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