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Adams Golf: Tight Lies Returns

A classic club gets an R&D upgrade that could be the start of something big

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ECCO Tour Hybrid golf shoe

The Danish shoe company, which pioneered the golf/street shoe trend, adds a touch of style to the fast-growing footwear category

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On His Shoulders

The Masters might never have evolved had Bobby Jones not made the painful decision to un-retire

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Sun Mountain Micro-Cart Sport

This light, stylish, and compact push cart says a lot about how you roll

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1. Francis Ouimet, 1913

Just imagine some 20-year-old amateur who lives across from Merion and caddies at the club, qualifying for this year’s U.S. Open and then beating Tiger Woods and Rory Mcllroy in a Monday playoff. That’s basically...

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2. Bobby Jones, 1930

The day after returning from Great Britain with his British Amateur and Open trophies, Jones left for Interlachen to try and capture the third leg of the “impregnable quadrilateral” against the strongest field of the...

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3. Ben Hogan, 1950

Just 16 months after a near fatal car accident, Hogan used his indomitable will (and a collapsible chair in between shots) to overcome his many injuries, not to mention long odds, to win at Merion....

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4. Tiger Woods, 2008

Giving Hogan a run (walk?) for the money in the overcoming physical pain department, Woods literally limped to victory on a broken leg at Torrey Pines. After tying Rocco Mediate with a birdie for the...

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5. Arnold Palmer, 1960

In one of the most dramatic finishes in U.S. Open history, the past, present, and future of golf collided at Cherry Hills. After Palmer’s good friend, Pittsburgh writer Bob Drum, told him over lunch that...

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