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Jordan Spieth's caddie visits Chambers Bay, may or may not be doing early reconnaissance work for the U.S. Open

Michael Greller, Jordan Spieth's caddie, was at Chambers Bay on Wednesday, less than two months before the U.S. Open comes to the links. Hmm. Enjoyed spending few hours today at Chambers Bay. Incredible venue, dedicated...
Wednesday, 4/22/2015 at 3:31PM

The Most Earth-Friendly Courses

Ron Whitten examines some of the most earth-friendly courses
April 2015
Missing Links

Jordan Spieth has a nickname that 'irritates him more than a three-putt bogey'

Stories of interest you might have missed… Jordan Spieth has a nickname, one “that goes against the way he was raised and irritates him more than a three-putt bogey. Golden Child,” Doug Ferguson of the...
Wednesday, 4/15/2015 at 8:32AM

America's 100 Greatest Courses Shake-up

For the Golden Anniversary of our ranking, Augusta National is the new No. 1. That's just a start of the changes.
February 2015
Golf Courses & Golf Travel

America's 100 Greatest Courses: The Second 100 Greatest

For the second time, Golf Digest has produced The Second 100 Greatest, a ranking of courses from 101 to 200, using the same seven criteria and minimum 45 ballots required for eligibility among America's 100 Greatest.
February 2015
News & Tours

Missing Links: Jordan Spieth charming them Down Under

Stories of interest you might have missed… Jordan Spieth is playing in the Australian Open this week and not surprisingly has charmed the Aussie media. “Articulate and a self-confessed golf history buff, it is hard...
Wednesday, 11/26/2014 at 8:39AM
Courses & Travel

We toured next year's U.S. Open course on a GolfBoard and it was sweet (VIDEO)

Chambers Bay is an unlikely place to bag a maiden GolfBoard ride. The municipal links, built in 2007 on a former industrial gravel pit along the Puget Sound, doesn’t allow golf carts. Players must take...
Wednesday, 9/17/2014 at 12:51PM
News & Tours

Missing Links: Pinehurst the real U.S. Open star, and golf needs Tiger Woods now more than ever

By John Strege Stories of interest you might have missed... The real star of the U.S. Open was not Martin Kaymer, but Pinehurst No. 2, according to Golf World contributor John Huggan. “Pinehurst No.2 has...
Monday, 6/16/2014 at 9:21AM
News & Tours

Missing Links: '[Mickelson] could have won six and he hasn't won one [U.S. Open],' and the old rough and new look at Pinehurst

By John Strege Stories of interest you might have missed… “He could have won six and he hasn’t won one,” Ernie Els says of Phil Mickelson and the U.S. Open. Doug Ferguson of the Associated...
Saturday, 6/7/2014 at 9:38AM
News & Tours

Missing links: Lee Westwood, at 40, eyes a bright future, and Miguel Angel Jimenez’ Ryder Cup goal

By John StregeStories of interest you might have missed... Are Lee Westwood’s best days ahead of him, at 40? “It's got the potential,” he said following his seven-stroke victory in the Maybank Malaysian Open. Mike...
Monday, 4/21/2014 at 9:29AM
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