Lipping Out: No. 27

Enclosed within: scenes from Mike Strantz's sketchpad, a BTS member's golf-adjacent infant sleep strategy, that workout shoot with Tom Kite and more.
Lipping Out 27 Paul Eales

Half of golf is fun. The other half is putting.

Peter Dobereiner

The grind never stops. British touring pro Paul Eales looks for any advantage he can during his off-hours at the Portuguese Open held at the Penha Longa Golf Course in 1994. Must have found something in that floor break—he finished second. Photo: Phil Sheldon/Popperfoto via Getty Images

Lipping Out 27 Arthur Ashe
Arthur Ashe tees off in the 1975 show Superstars, which featured elite athletes playing sports that weren’t their own. Ashe, who that year became the first Black man ever to win Wimbledon, will always be known for his tennis, but also made golf look damn good. Photo: Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

“Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory.”

Arthur Ashe