TGJ No. 4
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The Golfer's Journal is a premium quarterly covering the game wherever it is played. It is commercially quiet, editorially pure, and unmatched in its elegant design and physical condition. Membership to the Golfer's Journal community means access to curated events at bucket-list courses, popup gatherings and international travel packages. Members also receive exclusive merchandise and discounts on limited-edition apparel, accessories and more.
A collection of golf stories that deserve to live forever.
On the cover: No crowds, no phones, no cart paths. Just a golfer and his most faithful companion. No. 4 is a paean to the beauty and breadth of the game. At Machrihanish Dunes in Scotland, Tom Coyne finds joy in a modern course built with the Old Tom’s tools. In Harlem, artist Charles McGill valiantly showed how people of all colors can make golf a lifelong pursuit. There is heartbreak and redemption on a Nashville muni, a brash gamble in Las Vegas and three titans breaking the rules at Streamsong. Old stories of Arnold Palmer’s sensational Augusta caddie share a golfing soul with uber-talented young women making new marks on the game. And David Owen’s essay on club restaurants is a riot, but the point is clear: There is nothing better than golf. See what’s inside.
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