Overshadowed by the other courses in town, this St. Andrews sleeper provides one of Scotland’s most enjoyable rounds
Despite an extended absence of Tiger Woods, 2014 was a memorable year in golf for many reasons: Rory McIlroy became the first player in six seasons to win two majors, new courses actually opened, and...
The pros might be playing our game this week, but they don’t play the same game
This new company wants to change the way you buy premium golf balls—and save you lots of money, too
St. Enodoc Print
With reviews of more than 2,500 of the world's best courses, the five volumes of Tom Doak's update to...
I know this is somewhat inappropriate, with the Open Championships at Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) this week, but I’m afraid the links courses of England don’t do much for me.
After half a century in the game, our intrepid Editor at Large has catalogued 100 heroic, rewarding and even embarrassing feats every longtime golfer should experience in his or her lifetime
During the past few years I have conducted an informal survey of American golfers making their first visits to Scotland. It consists of one question: “Which course have you enjoyed the most?”
Nearly 400 years old, Thanksgiving is marked by history and traditions, from the Pilgrims to the dinner menu of turkey, cranberries, and pumpkin pie. We celebrate our national day of gratitude by highlighting courses with...