GADGET: Media hub with docks and 20-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system
CREATURE COMFORT: Heated and cooled rear seats
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Front seats have massage function
PERFECT FOR: Competitive foursomes. The day's winner can...
GADGET: Auto Start Stop function turns the engine off to save fuel when car is stopped in traffic
CREATURE COMFORT: Four individual sport seats provide maximum comfort for all passengers
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Zero to...
GADGET: Voice-actived navigation system with HD radio and real-time information
CREATURE COMFORT: Heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Adaptive cruise control with collision warning and brake support
PERFECT FOR: 36-holes-a-day...
GADGET: ECO mode monitors the car's systems to maximize fuel efficiency
CREATURE COMFORT: Voice-activated navigation system with heads-up display
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Real-time traffic and weather information can help you get to the course quicker
GADGET: Lane-departure warning system
CREATURE COMFORT: 42 inches of rear legroom
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Large trunk easily fits four golf bags
PERFECT FOR: Old-school foursomes. Like the classic courses you no doubt enjoy playing, there...
GADGET: Night vision with infrared imaging
CREATURE COMFORT: Panorama sunroof
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Navigation system with Google Earth
PERFECT FOR: Adventurous foursomes. Google Earth feature will allow you to explore new courses before playing them.
GADGET: Blackberry integration with text-to-speech interface
CREATURE COMFORT: 20-way Comfort seats with ventilation, massage and heating
GOLF-FRIENDLY FEATURE: Run-flat tires so you never miss a tee time
PERFECT FOR: Office foursomes. The productivity features...
Nick Price, third round, 1986
Greg Norman, first round, 1996
Johnny Miller, final round, Oakmont Country Club, 1973
Tom Weiskopf, first round, Baltusrol Golf Club, 1980
“The true links were molded by divine hands. Linksland, the fine grasses, the wind made bunkers that defy imitation, the exquisite contours that refuse to be sculpted by hand.”
—Robert Hunter, The Links...
Appeared in the July/Aug. 2007 issue of LINKS.
A strange word it is: a singular noun ending in s and rhyming with jinx, minx and perhaps most appropriately, sphinx. No wonder there’s confusion.
According to the Oxford...