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Viewpoint | Minimalism

If they cost so little to build, why aren’t minimalist golf courses more affordable to play?

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Self-Help...Help!

Recently, with the help of the good folks at Golf-Tec, I had occasion to watch my golf swing on video, something I hadn’t done in years.

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Bifurcation: Yes, No, and Maybe

This article appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of LINKS.

by David Dusek

Sparked by the heated debate over the banning of anchored putting strokes, bifurcation—the establishment of different rules for championship play and amateur play—has been a hot topic this season. With different interests to protect, and different motivations at heart, it’s not surprising that many of golf’s biggest names and most influential personalities don’t see eye to eye.

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Inside the Club(s)

This article appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of LINKS.

Greg Hopkins is a 33-year veteran of the golf industry, having begun as a salesman for TaylorMade back in the days of “Pittsburgh Persimmon” and recently retiring after 16 years as president of Cleveland Golf. He’s also a fine player, presently a scratch handicap, who has qualified and competed in the Senior British Open as well as Senior PGA Championship, six Champions Tour events, and was a member of the Senior European Tour for six years.

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