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Cinderella Courses

They live in the shadows of their vaunted sisters, but these tracks are just as good—and maybe even better

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Thankful List

In years past, LINKS has commemorated the Thanksgiving holiday with lists of what we golfers should be thankful for, usually grand notions like the Rules, The Masters, and the game’s inherent camaraderie. All well and...

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TaylorMade M1: New Driver From A “New” Company

With timely club introductions, a new era begins for an industry heavyweight

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Letter from St. Andrews: Winter Wonderland

On the noble joys of frozen fairways and taking it to the mat

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On Wisconsin!

With new courses on the way and majors on the calendar, Badger State golfers have reason to cheer

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Divine Intervention

With all the odd things going on in the game, maybe the golf gods are messing with us

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2016 Olympics: Is Rio Ready?

It’s a year and counting until golf returns to the Olympics. Is the course on course?

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Shorter Driver, Better Drives?

Appeared in September 2015 HOTLINKS

For the past few months, I’ve knowingly been flouting the 14-club rule by carrying two drivers.

In the March HOTLINKS, club expert Tom Wishon wrote that one key to “real improvement with...

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Letter from St. Andrews: Island Hop

After driving across the width of Scotland and taking a ferry to the Isle of Arran, our intrepid columnist discovered the greatest 12-hole course in the world

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The Other Audubon

The long, emerald-green fairways of the Dairy Creek Golf Course double as a serene nature haven where birds are celebrated and protected. The course, in the California coastal town of San Luis Obispo, even has the credentials to prove it: Audubon International has certified it as a sanctuary.

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