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We'll bet you a refrigerator that match play is more fun
From Pebble to Everest, the big stick remains an essential element
The best way to get closer to the
legend behind Pasatiempo, Cypress and Pebble is to play from her tees
and unforgettable—trek through the Scottish wilds
William Howard Taft remains the only man to be chief justice and president of the United States, but in Kebo Valley,
he is better known…
The Japanese saying “hometown of my heart” has special meaning for Taku Miyamoto, who now trains his lens on his native land
Mike Kiely has Palmer and Nicklaus stories, but they pale in comparison to the impact he’s had on the more than 4,000 caddies under his…
To some they are merely golf rooms, but for their creators they hold sanctified status
A walk with the ghosts of America’s greatest lost course, and its rusted remains
The 15th at Mid Pines. Par 5 - 542 yards
“I look into their eyes, shake their hand, pat their back and wish them luck, but I am thinking, ‘I am going to bury you.’”—Seve…
Proof that a great hustle is ageless
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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