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George Peper | Everything Old

The sites of this year’s four majors have something in common—the spirit of St. Andrews

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MacKenzie's Sandbox

Appeared in the Spring 2010 issue of LINKS.

The year 1926 was a big one for Dr. Alister MacKenzie.

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Fishers Island

Appeared in Fall 2011 LINKS

From Manhattan Island to Cape Cod, the distance as the crow flies is exactly 200 miles. At the precise midpoint of that route lies the most captivating golf course on the East Coast—and arguably in the world—Fishers Island. 

It’s not an easy course to get onto, not an easy club to get into, and (unless you’re a crow or have a private plane) not an easy place to reach.

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We Spy...The Marriott/TPC Sawgrass Resort

Appeared in the Spring 2012 issue of LINKS.

MY HOPE OF REMAINING INCOGNITO got an immediate jolt when, while wandering through the cavernous clubhouse of the Tournament Players Club, perusing historic photos of Players Championships past—notably the first one on the TPC course in 1982 when winner Jerry Pate tossed architect Pete Dye and then Tour Commissioner Deane Beman into the lake beside the 18th green before diving in himself—whom do I bump into but Deane Beman, looking fit and on his way out to play.  

“What are you doing here?” he asked immediately.

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