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Ernie Els Wine

I’ve always thought wine to be one of life’s great small pleasures. It is accessible to mostly everyone, it is something you can share, and it comes in so many wonderful different varietals. It also...

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U.S. Open Golf Championship Ernie Els

I grew up playing a public golf course, Kempton Park back home in South Africa, so I guess that’s one of the many reasons I applaud the U.S. Golf Association’s decision to occasionally play the...

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Ernie Els Masters Augusta National Golf Club Course Changes

I’ve been playing in the Masters since the early 1990s and a lot has changed in that time. Augusta National Golf Club used to be the most fun of the major venues. Now I think...

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Ernie Els Foundation Golf Tiger Woods Friendship cup

We can all remember how we first got into golf- probably through family, friends or perhaps a junior organizer at a local club. No matter how, it all boils down to the same thing: receiving...

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Ernie Els Golf Course Design

I’m pleased that LINKS Magazine  has given me the opportunity in this column to talk about golf course architecture and the lifestyle side of the game, which are big parts of my professional life now....

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Walker Cup

Some classic courses are steeped in history.The Country Club, in Brookline, Mass., is drenched in it. In historical significance, The Country Club takes a back seat to no other.Consider its very name....

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Letter from St. Andrews: Cup of History

Appeared in 2008 Nov/Dec LINKS

It’s been an Olympics-centric year hereabouts, what with Great Britain finishing a surprising fourth in the medal totals at the recently completed Games in Beijing, with the city of...

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Power Play Golf Game

My next door neighbor Gordon is a proud if somewhat outspoken Scotsman who, after a pint or three, is fond of reminding me of all the wonderful things that have been invented by his countrymen—from...

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Slow Play in Golf

Recently I played in a stroke-play club competition. My group of three happened to draw the first starting time on the Old Course: 7 a.m. None of us played particularly well, but when we walked...

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Letter from St. Andrews: Head, Heart, Hands, Health

Appeared May/June 2008 LINKS

In the mind of any clear-thinking golf aficionado, surely there is no longer a question of whether Tiger Woods is the greatest player of all time. All you Jones Junkies,...

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