This article appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of LINKS.
Mike Adams and T.J. Tomasi 1998
The stroke for playing the basic chip shot is short, and you shouldn’t be all that concerned with generating power. A...
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It’s no act. This movie/TV star is serious about his golf.
Fancy gadgets like rangefinders, launch monitors, and smartphone apps have become ubiquitous in golf in the last few years, and the deluge of devices is not about to stop. When does enough become too much?
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These five holes pack the hardest punch at Augusta National
In his mind, the script already has been written. Jim Nantz’s broadcast career will be bracketed by the Masters.
Part One is already in the books. In 1986, at age 26, Nantz—just a few years removed from being a dreamy-eyed college kid at Houston—was tabbed by legendary television director Frank Chirkinian to work his first Masters.
Now jump forward a few years and the grand finale also takes place at Augusta. In 2035, Nantz plans on being on the call for his 50th Masters, at the age of 75.
The Story Behind the Story Behind Augusta National
Jim Colton turned a single golf walkathon into a worldwide commitment to charity