Who's Who in Golf


Major golf celebrities  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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Courses:

Erin Hills: this fabulous inland links-style course in Wisconsin is set to host the 117th US Open championship; Dustin Johnson defends (June 15-18).
Woking: this renowned course in Surrey, England was the pioneer of open heathland golf around London in the 1890s.

Tournaments:
US Open: the second men’s major of 2017 promises to be a belter, albeit without Phil Mickelson or Tiger Woods in the field (June 15-18).
The Amateur Championship: dating back to 1885, the world’s most illustrious amateur competition will be played at Royal St George’s and Prince’s golf clubs (June 19-24).

Who's Who: 
Jason Dufner: the “Duf” gets back into the PGA Tour winner’s circle in the Memorial Tournament at “Jack’s Place”.
Ariya Jutanugarn: LPGA’s 2016 top money-winner records her first win of 2017 in the Manulife LPGA Classic in Ontario, Canada.


  
 
  

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