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My Year in Golf: Marty Kaufmann

As a part of Golfweek's My Year in Golf series, Marty Kaufmann reflects on his travel to South Africa and other notable trips he took in 2014.

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U.S. Junior headed to Inverness Club in 2019

The 2019 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship will be played at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.

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Cuba's economic rebirth could make golf a reality

President Barack Obama'??s announcement Dec. 17 of a new era in Cuban-American relations, including normalized diplomatic recognition and some modest restrictions in trade, represent considerable steps for golf in that country.

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Foley, .500 rule, substitution drives convention

For the first time in many years, the annual GCAA and WGCA National Convention in Las Vegas was laid back and presented a lot of reasons to smile.

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LPGA pros' hard choice: When to walk away

For LPGA players, who compete for smaller purses, difficult family choices and a second career come quickly.

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Number crunching: J.J. Henry

Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight J.J. Henry.

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Team Langer wins PNC Father/Son Challenge by 2

Bernhard Langer picked up another win Sunday (his sixth of the year) at the PNC Father/Son Challenge with his 14-year-old son Jason by his side.

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Hull becomes LET's youngest Order of Merit winner

Charley Hullís achievement in becoming the youngest winner of the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit came as no surprise to anyone in golf. When you can call Ian Poulter a mentor and have Dave Hull guiding your career, anything is possible.

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Notes: Grace's Alfred Dunhill win familiar, overdue

The final European Tour event of the year in the second event of the 2015 season produced a home winner. Hereís what you need to know from the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Teams Strange, Langer share Father/Son lead

Curtis and Thomas Strange found themselves tied with Bernhard and Jason Langer through one round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge.

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Nicklaus trio ready for Father/Son Challenge

Three members of the Nicklaus family Ė Jack, Jack II and Jack III Ė will be in attendance at this weekend's PNC Father/Son Challenge. Jack and Jack II will play while Jack III will caddie for his dad.

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Adam Scott, wife expecting first child

Adam Scott and his wife Marie Kojzar are expecting their first child "in nine weeks," Scott told Australian Golf Digest.

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PGA Tour policy board approves playoffs changes

In an effort to reduce the volatility of the FedEx Cup playoffs, the PGA Tour announced Thursday that it would reduce the number of points awarded for each of the four playoff events.

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Weekley leads Australian PGA as Scott improves

The first round of the Australian PGA didnít last long Thursday thanks to lightning in the area. Still, Boo Weekley had enough time to finish a 6-under 66 that included five birdies and an eagle.

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Strange savors experience of Father-Son Challenge

Curtis and Thomas Strange circled the week of the PNC Father-Son Challenge on the calendar long ago.

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Wake Forest returns to 'upper echelon'

A strong team bond and winning fall season have elevated Wake Forest back among the elite in men's college golf.

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Oregon assistant recovers from cardiac arrest

Oregon assistant men's golf coach Van Williams suffered sudden cardiac arrest on Nov. 30, but is now doing well back at home with his family in Eugene, Ore.

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Spieth wins Hero World Challenge for 3rd pro victory

Jordan Spieth won the Hero World Challenge Sunday with a record-breaking 72-hole performance of 26-under 262 at Isleworth Golf and Country Club by 10 shots.

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Woods last, but pain-free, at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods finished in last at the Hero World Challenge, 26 strokes behind Jordan Spieth, but finished the event in no pain.

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Recap: Hero World Challenge, final round

Jordan Spieth might have stolen the show this week at the Hero World Challenge, but Tiger Woods still merits plenty of attention during Sunday's final round at Isleworth.

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Shotvision: J.B. Holmes' power drives

Brian Mogg of the Waldorf Astoria Orlando Golf Academy, takes us through PGA Tour player J.B. Holmes' golf swing with Shotvision, available for the iPhone. Golfweek is proud to announce a new partnership with ShotVision, a company dedicated to bringing you authentic swing instruction from a handful of golf stars. We are kicking off our partnership with a month-long series with J.B. Holmes and the secrets behind his driving prowess. We will also be displaying tips with Se Ri Pak, Brad Faxon and Orlando-based instructor, Brian Mogg. ShotVision offers you the opportunity to download these swing sequences via the app store, in a paid version and a free version. If you'd like the paid app, visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jb-holmes-shotvision-golf/id444574525?mt=8 For the free version, visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/shotvision-golf/id432406808?mt=8

Off Campus: Teams Heading Down

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance

Off Campus: Moving to Iowa

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance