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Tom Watson Lessons of Lifetime II

The ageless golf wonder releases a follow-up to his popular 2010 video

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The Top 10 Things We Missed Most About Tiger

He’s back! We last saw Tiger in competition on March 9 at Doral before back surgery kept him off the Tour for the past three months, missing both the Masters and U.S. Open.

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What's Ahead for Tiger?

Tiger Woods has won, some would say, enough—61 times on the PGA Tour, and each of the four majors more than once, a feat only Jack Nicklaus has equaled. He took some of those majors by record margins: by 12 strokes at the 1997 Masters 10 years ago, opening the Tiger Epoch with a roar; by 15 at the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, breaking a mark set by Old Tom Morris in the 1862 British Open. Seeing Tiger lap the field is sweet; but also sweet, for his enormous couch-potato gallery, are his eked-out victories, as in the 1999 PGA Championship at Medinah or the 2006 British Open at Royal Liverpool.

I fondly remember, from a few years back, a Sunday round in some tournament, maybe the Bay Hill Invitational, where, on an hour’s sleep and with a stomach bug that kept sending him into the bushes, he managed to win.

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We Spy...The American Club

Appeared in Fall 2011 LINKS

Okay, so this wasn’t EXACTLY the Navy SEALs taking down Osama bin Laden, but it was a covert ops assignment nonetheless. My mission: visit a major golf resort anonymously so we...

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The Top 10 Courses on My Bucket List

Our editor has played 694 courses in 36 countries and 37 states, but there’s still a few he needs to check off

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Dogged Victim | Talk of the Toon

I’m just back from my Auld Grey stomping grounds, where things at the moment are livelier than ever

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The Accessible Donald Ross

Pinehurst No. 2 is just one of the dozens of outstanding resort courses the great Scotsman designed—and anyone can play

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Great Course/Great Meal | Chambers Bay

The golfer humbled by this upcoming, and unusual, U.S. Open venue is strongly recommended to try an unusual restaurant just minutes away

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The Beatles and Me

The return of the Open Championship to Royal Liverpool has me recalling the day I booked the Fab Four—out of sheer desperation—for a 10-minute gig at a rate of 500 pounds,
and how singularly unimpressed I was

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Method | From the Rough

Appeared in Summer 2014 LINKS

Mike Adams and T.J. Tomasi 2000
When you find your ball in deep rough you have to make two critical evaluations: “What score do I need to make?” and “How will...

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