IN A LITTLE MORE than a year from now the USGA will descend on the tiny village of Pinehurst, North Carolina, for an unprecedented fortnight of championship golf—back-to-back men’s and women’s Opens. Last year, the resort unveiled a...
Heading on a golf trip? Sending your clubs ahead is hassle-free and not that much more expensive than dragging them yourself
SOMETIMES GOLF isn’t as simple as we’d like it to be. Part of the United States Golf Association’s role is to sort things out for us, explain why the game’s regulations exist and how they work. Herewith a selection of questions—on rules, handicapping, and equipment—posed frequently to the pundits in Far Hills, New Jersey, along with their best answers.
New evidence shows the game of golf made its way to America a bit earlier than we thought
A long-time equipment insider gives honest answers to some of the industry’s most pressing questions
With Rory, Tiger, and many other top tour players on its staff, Nike is the New York Yankees of golf. But they have yet to hit a home run with consumers.
Carlsbad, California, is home to three of the big equipment manufacturers—and the place to go for the ultimate clubfitting experience
Los Angeles Country Club (North)
They are both terrific tests, but the North course has more great holes and is better than ever after a recent restoration
By Terry Jastrow
FIRST, LET’S STATE THE OBVIOUS: Comparing two great courses such as...
A tradition like no other? In the case of the Masters, it’s not hyperbole. This much-anticipated, southern-fried “tooniment” held at Augusta National each April is a veritable rite of spring that balances tradition and innovation...
No event has changed more than golf’s rite of spring