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Don’t get casual with the name. There’s a reason every true links starts here
One man's impossible quest to play every course in Scotland—even the secret ones.
Ruminations on an aimless afternoon wandering the Bally Bandon Sheep Ranch
Time spent not relaxing at the stud farm
Oxford vs. Cambridge, at a course called Rye. This uniquely British event distills the game into its purest form
An examination of the artwork of Geoffrey Cunningham
Strange curiosity or religious experience? A pilgrimage to Sweetens Cove
Veteran Sports Illustrated photographer Robert Beck goes beyond the visible
The 11th at Merion Golf Club (East Course). Par 4 - 365, 345
Against the odds, Louisville Golf continues happily building hickories
Revisiting the characters and events that made for one of golf’s most intriguing years
Golf’s gift to all: A second chance
Three holes-in-one on the same hole three days in a row—seriously
Centerline bunkers are returning with a vengeance
The solution is right down the street.
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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