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The Top 10 Reasons Pro Golf is Easier than Our Golf

The pros might be playing our game this week, but they don’t play the same game

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Sea Island: Your First Resort For Game Improvement

A couple of weeks ago I stood beside the 18th green of the Seaside Course at Sea Island Resort and watched as Tommy Gainey capped off his victory in the McGladrey Classic with a just-missed putt for 59. Two days later I played the same course—played well, too, and I was quite pleased with myself until I realized the score I’d shot—78—was exactly one stroke per hole higher than the one Two Gloves had posted—and I’d played from tees that were about 700 yards shorter.

So that afternoon I was ready for a little instruction at the Learning Center.

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Letter from St. Andrews: Millie Bets the Dog

Appeared in July/August 2004 LINKS

Millie and I were halfway through our early walkies one day last week and nearing a familiar spot beneath the expansive front window of the Rusacks Hotel dining room. Familiar, because it is there that Millie customarily deposits the steaming ecreta of her evening meal, just as the surveillant hotel guests are tucking into their breakfast sausages. Before she could commence her enchanting ritual on this day, however, a gray sedan careened left off Golf Place and headed toward us with alarming speed.

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Loving Las Vegas

Appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of LINKS.

Here’s something I’m not particularly proud of revealing, but  why not: I never fill up the gas tank of my car until the last possible second—long after the warning light’s come on, even after the gauge says zero miles left. In fact, one of the most satisfying moments of my automotive life was the day I sputtered into a Shell station on nothing but fumes.

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