The "Driver vs. Driver"-winning Wilson Triton is not yet USGA approved, which is becoming an issue for several golf retailers.
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I joined Golfweek in 2003, and three years later became the magazine’s travel editor. Contrary to popular opinion, I don’t spend all of my time playing golf in exotic locations, but the job has provided me the opportunity to explore much of America and nearly two dozen countries. You’ll also often find writing about the state of televised golf.
Stories by Martin Kaufmann
Wilson Golf’s Triton driver is set to hit the market, which is uncommon for equipment without the USGA's approval.
ChampionsGate's International Course tops the list of best and certainly most distinctive golf courses in Orlando.
Mayakoba, a 1,600-acre resort and site of the PGA Tour's OHL Classic, is just 45 minutes, yet worlds away, from Cancun to the north.
ESPN’s 30 for 30 "Hit It Hard" airs Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. ET and explores Long John’s tumultuous quarter century in the public eye.
The East Lake Cup will pit the top four men's and women's teams from the NCAA Championships this past spring.
American fan behavior has been over-the-top in some regards at Hazeltine, and NBC has done a disservice dancing around the topic.
Golfweek's Marty Kaufmann shares his observations from the first day of the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine.
Arnold Palmer died Sunday evening. He was 87.
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