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An appreciation of the little things, as taught by a true Texas legend
The lasting impact of a mashed-up golf phrase
Toasting Walter Hagen, the most underrated 11-time major champion in golf history
Rosapenna is leading an Irish Renaissance in the dunes of Donegal
The magic of "Chasing Scratch" is in two supposedly regular guys and one exceptional bond
You realize that the hole you’re playing might not be the center of the universe
With its complex blend of plumbers and presidents, the best way to understand Martha's Vineyard is to grab a tee time
The course—known colloquially as Royal Chappy—is more like playing golf in your fun friend's backyard
"Two and a quarter" to join and 100% organic, this Gil Hanse design lives at the top of Martha's Vineyard's totem pole
A NASCAR-ring nine-holer that stays open all year 'round, Mink Meadows caters to the island's golf junkies
Public. Private. Massachusetts splashed with Bandon Dunes. Farm Neck is a little mixed in identity, but then again, so is Martha's Vineyard.
With nine holes and 12 greens, historic Edgartown GC blends quirk and quality in equal measure
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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