If they cost so little to build, why aren’t minimalist golf courses more affordable to play?
Appeared in Fall 2014 LINKS
While putting together this month’s cover story on the Top 25 Islands in Golf, I was reminded of the quality I value most highly when it comes to rating and ranking...
Two big votes will occur next week in Scotland, both of which will impact the game to one degree or another
The week after Labor Day carries an unmistakable air of change. Temps begin to cool, the NFL season starts, and school is back in session. Second only to January 1st, the beginning of September provides...
Losing a little weight has made Bertha hotter than ever
With the first nine players on the U.S. team now set and the first nine on the European side all but finalized, we can begin to look at the prospects six weeks from now when the 40th Ryder Cup will get underway
Jack Nicklaus has a handful of PGA Championship victories—and an arm’s length of records to go with them
Call it moonshine, mule kick, or ruckus juice, “America’s Official Native Spirit” is pure Kentucky, and Louisville its spiritual home
The key to the short game is consistency, and that’s precisely what these clubs were built for