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My Top 10 Favorite Links Courses

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.

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Jordan's Not-So-Little Brother

Appeared in Spring 2016 LINKS

It’s mid-February in Providence, Rhode Island. The wind is howling, the thermometer’s at 24 degrees, and there’s six inches of snow on the ground. Steven Spieth has just trudged up a hill to the Brown University gym.

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The Spirit of '76

The Spirit of '76

Appeared in Spring 2016 LINKS

This year marks the 80th playing of the Masters. It also happens to be the 40th anniversary of my first trip to Augusta. I’d love to be able to say therefore that I’ve attended exactly half of all Masters ever played, but that’s not the case: I missed a few while living in the UK.

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Letter from St. Andrews: Why We Flock to Golf

Here's to golf's preeminent impressario—the noble sheep

By: George Peper

Editor's Note: this article appeared in the 2003 Premier Properties Guide, a special issue of LINKS

In keeping with the theme of this issue—Premier Properties—I’ve taken it upon myself to research the history of golf course living, to answer once and for all that burning question, “What in fact was the premier property—the very first golf course community—and who were the fore-sighted souls who made their homes there?”

On the surface, this would seem a relatively simple inquiry. Heck, the histories of golf equipment, instruction, and architecture all are pretty well documented—why not golf real estate? Damned if I know. Just suffice it to say that I did not reach enlightenment without many hours of dogged investigation.

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