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Cloning Augusta National, the search for Palmer's missing caddie, and the man who said "Amen"
Combating the harsh realities of unemployment with an undefeated cure-all
After golf’s unexpected boom, the decisions facing once-struggling courses will impact the future of the game
The case for not playing all 18, golf's logo plague, and why your club's club sandwich stinks
Sudden death, a special guest and a course no one will forget: The Broken Tee 2-Man at Ballyhack
Men struggle with healthy friendships, but solutions can be found on the course
From finding the right wave to an evening’s meal, the Hunter legacy was always about more than golf
Everyone is welcome at Bob-O-Link, a Buffalo institution since the 1960s
A golf obsession, an inspired moment and the handmade walker bag that has united a community
Augusta’s most famous stretch of holes, a pioneering television show and the best-selling instruction book of all time are merely the beginning of Herbert Warren…
Residents of Phoenix saw empty lots. Steve Weiss saw Terreno Baldío Country Club
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