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Understanding golf's most feared phrase with a proven fixer
Finding new angles on the Old Course
Thomas Friedman on the reality of Saudi Arabia and how long LIV will live
Belly up to Llanerch, Philly’s undisputed champ of post-round play
Famed artist Henry Taylor turns his eye to a childhood inspiration
The Oakmont SWAT, as told by captains, caretakers and a wide-eyed first-timer
When Paul McGinley talks, people listen. And the audience is only getting bigger...
Tracing the source of spite with a self-proclaimed golf hater
When Augusta’s bells and whistles actually work, why not enjoy it?
Rosapenna is leading an Irish Renaissance in the dunes of Donegal
What's your best golf story? An assortment of classics from the TGJ community
A walk among the massive boats, fast cars, pitched fairways, facts and fictions of White Bear Yacht Club, potential birthplace of the great American novel
Reflecting on the year that was, with help from The Broken Tee Society
Look hard enough and one of America’s greatest lost links can still be found at Gibson Island, where nine holes and a grand idea remain
Their battle with the hell of addiction began alone, but for members of The League, it continues together on the course
Men struggle with healthy friendships, but solutions can be found on the course
Increased play during the pandemic is a new opportunity for the grand old game
Transported by nine holes of preserved history at Wawashkamo
Nothing like an eight-hour drive to consider the lengths we’ll go to play something new
Chapter and verse on a writer playing with one of his literary heroes
Some say the upside-down grip is a load of cack. Don’t tell the Irish
The facts of our game’s history are clear—as a Scottish fog
A conversation with the author prior to the launch of "A Course Called Scotland"
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