Some golfers can’t see the thrill, the pleasure, and the all-around goodness of a blind hole. Maybe this will open their eyes.
The sites of this year’s four majors have something in common—the spirit of St. Andrews
By “serious,” you know what we mean. Golfers who think about the game just a bit too much, who have an extra set of clubs—or three—around the house, and who keep running lists of just how many top courses they’ve played at home and around the world. In short, our kind of people. Here’s another list, more proof of your devotion to the game.
Five years before beginning construction on Augusta National Golf Club, Alister MacKenzie traveled to Australia and left a lasting imprint on the top courses of Melbourne, one of the best golf cities in the world
Appeared in Fall 2011 LINKS
From Manhattan Island to Cape Cod, the distance as the crow flies is exactly 200 miles. At the precise midpoint of that route lies the most captivating golf course on the...
Our intrepid editor goes undercover, not very successfully, for a white-glove test at the host of The Players
It’s hard looking at a video of your golf swing, even harder fixing what you see
What are you looking forward to most this golf season? Tiger’s return? Rory completing the Grand Slam? Visiting a new course or resort? From the players and the majors to your own game, there’s a...
Overshadowed by the other courses in town, this St. Andrews sleeper provides one of Scotland’s most enjoyable rounds
Despite an extended absence of Tiger Woods, 2014 was a memorable year in golf for many reasons: Rory McIlroy became the first player in six seasons to win two majors, new courses actually opened, and...