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A toast to some of the most important people in the game
A different view of the game from Nairobi
Golf’s biggest stages weren’t always so
The 16th at Chambers Bay. Par 4 - 396 yards
One man’s daily struggle to raise an American golf dream from a sandy grave
At home with Gary McCord, who would rather hunt for Sasquatch than do what he’s told
Look hard enough and one of America’s greatest lost links can still be found at Gibson Island, where nine holes and a grand idea remain
What does it take to make it in golf when you’re different? Patience, tenacity and, in this case, sensibility
In the case of Hogan and Nelson’s boyhood course, all it took was a couple million bottles of whiskey
The process took years, but Hillcrest Country Club has finally made it from fusty to family
Racing against New Zealand’s lockdown clock with a camper van and a wedge
“Golf is the best game that you’ll never learn how to play.” —Scarface
Sketching a portrait of Anthony Ravielli, the man who drew Ben Hogan
Bill Coore gives us a hole-by-hole blueprint to the Sheep Ranch, Coore & Crenshaw's newest Bandon offering
Hunter S. Thompson introduced Terry McDonell to golf with LSD, liquor and live rounds.
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