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No. 8

On the cover: A moment to cherish at North Berwick. TGJ No. 8 is a collection of unforgettable times on the course, from a champagne-soaked tee shot at Yale to the Solheim crowd roaring for Danielle Kang to a caddie’s son finally understanding his father. Timeless heroes appear throughout, including photographer Michael Faye’s series of trailblazers like Charlie Sifford and Renee Powell, the man who sculpted Payne Stewart and Arnold Palmer, and a band of road-trippers riding after Ben Hogan’s ghost. Take some more time and enjoy the moments below.

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Photo by Tristan Spinski

“While the scoring matters—bragging rights, impressing a spouse, the chance to grasp, however briefly, the hefty Punchbowl trophy—that’s not why members swarm New Haven.”

The Tee That Binds

The Outpost Club: Architectural significance, family and champagne.

Photo by Kohjiro Kinno

“The back nine weaves through distinctive sand dunes and features stunning glimpses of the coastline, none more spectacular than what awaits after walking through a large dune on the path from No. 11 green to No. 12 tee.”

Yardage Book: Local Favorite

Cutting the corner on Pacific Grove’s beloved 12th hole.

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Photo by Michael Faye

“You could tell they would have been hugely successful if they would have just been given a chance.”

Making PAR

A pioneering photographer shines a light on golf’s trailblazers.

Photo by Ryan Meyer

“At this point, the narrative should continue with Dad introducing me to the game he loved….Real life, as we know, doesn’t often work that way.”

A Caddie’s Son

The journey to find a lost father, one step at a time.

“A relatively good golf album is still only about 1/200th as great as Exile On Main St. That’s why this is (probably) the first you’re hearing about it.”

You’re So Big and Free

A famous filmmaker. A less-famous golf album.

Photo by David and Brett Lyons

“We were off to chase the Hawk, to walk in the footsteps of the little-known tournament that saved Ben Hogan’s career.”

Chasing Ben

Hitting the road in search of golf’s most important sixth-place check.

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Photos by Christian Hafer

“Nicklaus told me that he practiced until his hands bled when he was young. He asked me, ‘Do you golf?’ I said, ‘No. Do you sculpt?’”

Shaping Immortality

He made Muhammad Ali. And Ben Franklin. And Payne Stewart.

Photo by Stephen Szurlej

“I don’t want to feed the social-media beast. I don’t want to blog, I don’t want to promote myself. So if good work comes, I take it. If it doesn’t, I go do other things.”

Deceptively Simple

Helicopters, motorcycles and Tiger: Wild rides with a master photographer.

Photo by Ryan Young

“Cabot Links held its grand opening in 2012, and before the first tee was in the ground, eyes drifted to the second course and the bluffs overlooking the sea.”

Sand, Water & Time

Patience is a virtue, especially in Nova Scotia.