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Characters | Keith Foster

The Wanderer in his second career, golf architect Keith Foster unearths—and sells—hidden treasures

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A Simpler Game | Liquid Assets

As increased demand and severe weather squeeze our water resources, courses—and golfers—must adopt a different mindset

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Mizuno JPX-825 irons

Available in both Pro and standard versions, these new models come packed with stroke-saving features

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Playing in Shorts

The final indication that spring has arrived is wearing shorts to play golf. Can it finally be time to put away the flannel-lined jeans and corduroys and feel the breeze on your shins? Less is...

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Twilight Round

With the clock springing forward, it’s now possible to get in a few holes after work or at least hit a few balls on the range and work out the winter kinks. A good golf...

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The 19th Hole

You’ve gone months without sitting around a patio table with your pals after a lively, competitive match to tally up the scores, pay off the bets, and enjoy a cold, frosty beer. Nothing quenches a...

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Literature

Spring is the perfect time to read (or re-read) P.G. Wodehouse’s classic short story, The Heart of a Goof. Here’s the opening sequence describing the opening day of the course after a long winter: “It...

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Join a Club

Many mid-level private clubs in selected markets have been struggling since the financial meltdown five years ago. Long-time members have been hitting the exits in droves. As a result, hundreds of full-service country clubs nationwide...

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Spring Golf Trips

For northern tier golfers, conditions in March and April are usually chilly and muddy. Fine for field hockey, not for golf. In early spring, the southern latitudes beckon. The best bangs for the buck can...

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