Celebrating Golf in America

The USGA was founded on Dec. 22, 1894. With the 125th anniversary coming at the end of 2019, every week throughout the year we're highlighting how all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, make the game we all love a great one in the United States.

March 20: Maine

Watch: CBS golf analyst and Maine native Peter Kostis on golf in the Pine Tree State

Read: Mark Plummer: The Main Man of Maine Golf

March 13: Florida

Watch: 2007 U.S. Women's Open champion Cristie Kerr on growing up in the Sunshine State

Read: Azinger: Florida ‘Made All the Difference’ in His Life

March 6: Kansas

Watch: Three-time PGA Tour winner Gary Woodland on how grrowing up in Kansas shaped his career

Read: Throughout Grier Jones’ Decorated Golf Career, Wichita Has Always Been Home

Feb. 27: West Virginia

Watch: Current West Virginia governor and former Marshall University golfer Jim Justice

Read: For Slugger White, West Virginia Will Always Be Home

Feb. 20: Nebraska

Watch: Six-time LPGA Tour winner, past Nebraska high school champion Val Skinner

Read: Johnny Goodman: Nebraska’s Rags-to-Riches Golf Hero

 

Feb. 13: Virginia

Watch: 1970 U.S. Amateur champion and 21-time PGA Tour winner Lanny Wadkins

Read: Career Amateur Vinny Giles Tops List of Virginia Golf Luminaries

 

Feb. 6: Oklahoma

Watch: Five-time PGA Tour winner and 1984 U.S. Amateur champion Scott Verplank

Read: Runaway Colt Spurred Susie Maxwell Berning’s Decorated Career

 

Jan. 30: Nevada

Watch: Interview with two-time U.S. Women's Open champion Patty Sheehan

Read: A Q&A with past Nevada high school champ, two-time U.S. Women's Open champion Inbee Park

Jan. 23: New Jersey

Watch: Interview with PGA Tour player and 2009 USA Walker Cup competitor Morgan Hoffmann

Read: Golf's Spectacular Vernacular Has Roots in Garden State

Jan. 16: Puerto Rico

Watch: Interview with Puerto Rico Golf Association tournament director Francisco Rivera

Read: Chi Chi Rodriguez Overcame Humble Roots to Become a Golf Ambassador

 

Jan. 9: Hawaii

Watch: Interview with NBC/Golf Channel analyst and longtime Hawaii resident Mark Rolfing

Read: Porter-King Put State Junior Program on National Map

Jan. 2: Delaware 

Watch: Interview with 2004 Senior British Open champion Pete Oakley 

Read: Delaware a State of First, Including Golf