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Golf's To Do List

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

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Scotland: East vs. West

Appeared in the Summer 2009 issue of LINKS

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?”

The top answer by far is Turnberry. That’s not surprising, really.

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A Simpler Game: The 10 Golden Rules

Appeared in Fall 2011 LINKS

Since the humble beginnings of organized golf, more than two and a half centuries ago, almost every element of the game has changed and grown. But surely no aspect has expanded more dramatically—and some would say needlessly—than the Rules.

Back in 1744 the original Rules of Golf issued by the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers numbered just 13—340 well-chosen words covered everything from lost balls to “wattery filth.

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Been Here? | Heritage of Golf Museum

This article appeared in the Summer 2013 issue of LINKS.

JUST A FEW STEPS from the 18th green of the No. 1 Course at Gullane, Scotland, is a tiny, whitewashed stone cottage.

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