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Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Jasmine Porch, one of the signature dining rooms in Kiawah’s Sanctuary Hotel, stages a memorable Lowcountry-style Sunday brunch in a room accented by authentic Charleston brick, oak plank floors, and a dazzling ocean...

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Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore

A renovated seaside property located in one of California’s most gilded hamlets, The Biltmore offers a deluxe Sunday brunch in Bella Vista, an Italianate room featuring panoramic ocean views and a heated outdoor...

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The Breakers

The Circle, an exquisite room with fine ocean views, 30-foot frescoed ceilings, and eight oval murals depicting Renaissance landscapes, has been the venue for this grande dame resort’s celebrated Sunday brunch for 25...

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The Top 10 Resorts for Mother’s Day Brunch

The best places for that time-honored tradition that celebrates mom

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The Shirt Off Freddy’s Back

Special shirt honors Fred Couples’ Hall of Fame Induction

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Secret Grip

For the first time in nearly two decades, Jack Nicklaus is endorsing equipment that isn’t under his own brand

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The Best of...GPS Devices

This article appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of LINKS.

Small Wonders

NOW THAT GOLFERS are accustomed to handheld GPS devices providing pinpoint yardages, manufacturers are taking the next step. If it seems like a small step, that’s because...

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Method | Practice

Peter Alliss 1960
Twenty minutes with 20 balls and maximum concentration is worth at least two hours of thoughtless slogging with 2,000. Easier Golf

JIM FLICK 1997
Too many people go to the golf course...

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Fit to a Tee | Joint Proposal

This article appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of LINKS.

Aging and the repetitive naturE of golf can lead to joint problems, which can rob you of distance and time on the course, not to mention...

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We Spy...Pinehurst

Appeared in Spring 2013 LINKS

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,...

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