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Cliff Schrock

Cliff Schrock

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Books

Book Review: The Leadbetter Golf Academy Handbook

The Leadbetter Golf Academy Handbook: Techniques and Strategies from the World's Greatest Coaches, by Sean Hogan, Kevin Smeltz and Allen Richardson Triumph Books, $22.95, paperback, 224 pages David Leadbetter, currently No. 5 on Golf...
Saturday, 10/18/2014 at 11:21AM
News & Tours

Throwback Thursday: Tom Watson wasn't the first captain to be thrown under the bus by his players

The history of players publicly trashing their own Ryder Cup captain -- which Phil Mickelson and "anonymous team sources" did with such aplomb last month in Scotland to U.S. captain Tom Watson -- is a...
Thursday, 10/16/2014 at 10:02AM
Records & Rarities

Records & Rarities: The unlikely ace/300 game double

Exceptional two-sport athletes are not uncommon, but having golf be one of the two sports is. The mix is most often football and baseball, such as a Bo Jackson or Deion Sanders, or football and...
Monday, 10/6/2014 at 4:54PM
Throwback Thursday

Euros have been perfecting their party habits for 30 years

The champagne-spraying, back-slapping and ole-serenading Europeans who were doing their fun thing Sunday after another Ryder Cup victory over the United States only seem like they’ve been having fun like this for the entire ├žup...
Thursday, 10/2/2014 at 8:00AM
News & Tours

The story of this never-before-seen picture of Arnold Palmer at the 1960 U.S. Open

By Cliff Schrock There are numerous milestone golf moments that have not been recorded in any form, and they likely will always be missing, barring a discovery of film from someone's attic. Depending on...
Thursday, 6/5/2014 at 12:00PM
News & Tours

Beverly Hanson's strong connection to Golf Digest

By Cliff Schrock The passing of golf standout Beverly Hanson not only allows us to highlight the career of one of the LPGA Tour's early stars, but also that rare breed of player: someone...
Thursday, 4/24/2014 at 4:17PM
Magazines / Book reviews

Book Reviews: Books For A Rainy Day

Classics and analytics top our list of new titles.
May 2014
News & Tours

Is Jim Kaat the first golfer to shoot his age as a switch-hitter?

By Cliff Schrock Jim Kaat finished a 25-year career in Major League Baseball in 1983. One of roughly 30 players whose career spanned four decades, "Kitty" Kaat retired with arguably a career worthy of...
Thursday, 12/19/2013 at 3:31PM
News & Tours

Shinnecock Hills member-guest features four aces in one day

By Cliff Schrock The member-guest, that peculiar blend of honest hard-liners and crafty edge-seekers, usually produces clubhouse banter about which team was able to follow a competitive game plan better than all the rest. But...
Tuesday, 7/23/2013 at 1:50PM
Magazines / #Reaction

Seeking the 100 shooters -- in age

By Cliff Schrock The golf motto "a game for a lifetime" doesn't need any clarification for those who have played the game for several decades, but reading about the living examples of that motto...
Tuesday, 3/5/2013 at 1:46PM
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