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What to expect when returning from an extended golf absence
Stanford's head women's golf coach turned the Cardinal into modern winners with old-school character
Creating a new brand of golf in Mumbai’s slums
Learning some of golf’s greatest lessons from one of its worst players
The transformation of Laurel Hill is a walk through American history
Gil Hanse keeps on truckin’ from the boardroom to the bulldozer
A masterful re-creation of Augusta National. And a controversy unlike any other in the world of online golf
Alastair Johnston has amassed the world’s largest private golf library. And he’s not done collecting books or memories
Golf through a different lens
The 4th at Lahinch Golf Club. Par 5 - 475, 463, 423
After years of criticism from the sidelines, The Fried Egg joined the architecture fray
A rare beast
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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