Short par threes challenge architects, spark joy in golfers, and tap into what we love most about the game
Golfers are quick to offer advice. There are books on breaking par, winning touraments, and gaining access to top clubs. Often, however, those same authors haven't mastered the topic themselves. This time it's different.
Thanks to Oakmont’s influence, more and more clubs are undoing the wrongs of mid-20th century ‘beautification’ committees
Golf has always been a game of contradictions: Hit down to make the ball go up, swing easy to hit hard, lowest score wins, and so on.
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At 76, Jack Nicklaus might be a number of years removed from playing championship golf (although he did recently card a 72 at Augusta National), but that doesn't mean he’s retired. With his slew of...
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One membership includes seven clubs and seven courses—and a commitment to keeping things fresh and new