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Which is Better? | Alter the Old Course or Leave it Alone

This article appeared in the 2013 Winter issue of LINKS.

Alter the Old Course

The current changes simply continue a process of evolution that began nearly 150 years ago by Scott MacPherson

WHEN THE ST. ANDREWS Links Trust...

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Characters | Keith Foster

The Wanderer in his second career, golf architect Keith Foster unearths—and sells—hidden treasures

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A Simpler Game | Liquid Assets

As increased demand and severe weather squeeze our water resources, courses—and golfers—must adopt a different mindset

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Mizuno JPX-825 irons

Available in both Pro and standard versions, these new models come packed with stroke-saving features

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Playing in Shorts

The final indication that spring has arrived is wearing shorts to play golf. Can it finally be time to put away the flannel-lined jeans and corduroys and feel the breeze on your shins? Less is...

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Twilight Round

With the clock springing forward, it’s now possible to get in a few holes after work or at least hit a few balls on the range and work out the winter kinks. A good golf...

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The 19th Hole

You’ve gone months without sitting around a patio table with your pals after a lively, competitive match to tally up the scores, pay off the bets, and enjoy a cold, frosty beer. Nothing quenches a...

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Literature

Spring is the perfect time to read (or re-read) P.G. Wodehouse’s classic short story, The Heart of a Goof. Here’s the opening sequence describing the opening day of the course after a long winter: “It...

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Join a Club

Many mid-level private clubs in selected markets have been struggling since the financial meltdown five years ago. Long-time members have been hitting the exits in droves. As a result, hundreds of full-service country clubs nationwide...

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