Los Angeles Country Club (North)
They are both terrific tests, but the North course has more great holes and is better than ever after a recent restoration
By Terry Jastrow
FIRST, LET’S STATE THE OBVIOUS: Comparing two great courses such as...
A tradition like no other? In the case of the Masters, it’s not hyperbole. This much-anticipated, southern-fried “tooniment” held at Augusta National each April is a veritable rite of spring that balances tradition and innovation...
No event has changed more than golf’s rite of spring
Jack’s First Green Jacket. The “Big Three” will be together again this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jack’s first Masters victory. I can’t wait.
It surely ranks among the top 10—a couple of top 10s, in fact—but all-time best?
That’s a matter of how you define greatness.
Like elevator operators, caddies are really an unnecessary tradition in this day and age
Our senior writer reviews a pair of new caddie memoirs—‘Loopers’ and ‘An American Caddie in St. Andrews’. Which one is a misread, and which is worthy of a hearty tip?
This article appeared in the Winter 2013 issue of LINKS.
BY ITS VERY NATURE, golf is an exercise in stress management, from the hazards that line the holes to the pressure of the match to the...
It took some convincing and chicanery, but I was walking step for step with my twin brother