Editor’s note: This story originally published in the Charlotte Observer on Aug. 16, 2010.
Danielle Kang had a simple request of her father, K.S., before she leaned over the 4-foot birdie putt on the 17th green that would win her the U.S. Women’s Amateur on Sunday at Charlotte Country Club.
If she made it, would he get her a new television?
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In a game built on variables — the wind, the temperature and something as simple as how you feel on any given day — there can be some absolutes in golf.
That’s what Club Champion, a high-end club fitting studio in south Charlotte is intent on providing.
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In August, when the Bermuda grass is growing like a teenager and the summer heat has become a sweaty way of life, the center of golf’s universe will be located at the Quail Hollow Club as it hosts the PGA Championship. Continue reading “Ron Green Jr.: From coast to mountains, golf is part of fabric of life in the Carolinas”