Top 10 most-read articles on GolfPass in 2023

From equipment reviews to new course announcements, these pieces of writing moved the needle among millions of readers this year.
Longtime USGA favorite Pebble Beach Golf Links hosted its first U.S. Women's Open in 2023 with the 2027 U.S. Open on the horizon.

We're getting ready to put a bow on another great year here at GolfPass.

And from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for spending time with us this year.

It is truly an honor to explore the world of golf and bring you news, views and perspectives gleaned from our years of experience covering and playing this great game. We're grateful that 2023 was another fun year in golf, all the turmoil rocking the pro game aside.

If you enjoy wandering widely to play the game and digging deep to figure out how to turn 95s into 85s, GolfPass continues to be a place where you should feel at home and among friends. We take our motto "Play More. Play Better." seriously; everything we write carries the goal of inspiring you to maximize your enjoyment of this great game, be it through discovering new places to play or giving you the tools to play your home course better than ever.

As we do each year, we went through our analytics to identify the 10 most popular articles we wrote for you this year. We're already planning our 2024 schedule and would be honored to get your thoughts on what we should cover. Feel free to comment below with your thoughts.

In the meantime, here are GolfPass' top 10 articles of 2023:

*** NOTE: The USGA and R&A recently revised the proposal, proclaiming an across-the-board rollback that will begin in 2028 for elite competitions and 2030 for all golfers.

Jason Scott Deegan has reviewed and photographed more than 1,100 courses and written about golf destinations in 25 countries for some of the industry's biggest publications. His work has been honored by the Golf Writer's Association of America and the Michigan Press Association. Follow him on Instagram at @jasondeegangolfpass and Twitter at @WorldGolfer.
Tim Gavrich is a Senior Writer for GolfPass. Follow him on Twitter @TimGavrich and on Instagram @TimGavrich.
Drake Dunaway grew up in Dayton, Ohio, where he started playing golf at a young age before playing collegiately at DePauw University. Recently he’s lived in Phoenix and now in Orlando, where he still tries to play once or twice a week. He’s worked in golf since 2016 and joined the GolfPass team in 2019. Follow him on Twitter @drake_dunaway
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Top 10 most-read articles on GolfPass in 2023