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The Masters

Ike's Tree has been (genetically) saved

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Masters Chairman Billy Payne unveiled a new memorial case featuring a cross-section of the fallen pine that so annoyed President Dwight D. Eisenhower's tee shots. One case will go to the Eisenhower...
Wednesday, 4/8/2015 at 1:00PM
My Usual Game

Moe Norman slept here (Richard Nixon did not)

The Canadian golf legend Moe Norman had a wide stance, a short takeaway, a lumberjack motion, and a finish that made him look like he was dangling from a rope, yet many knowledgeable players, Tiger...
Thursday, 2/19/2015 at 10:00AM
My Usual Game

The hardest hole to build at Augusta National

By David Owen Augusta National's 12th hole is just 155 yards long, for both club members and Masters competitors. Nevertheless, Jack Nicklaus once called it "the toughest tournament hole in golf," and Lloyd Mangrum...
Tuesday, 4/8/2014 at 9:00AM
Magazines / Social Media campaign

Golf Digest campaign: Don't Ask What I Shot!

Sixty years later, a look back at President Eisenhower hitting it on the button in a Golf Digest campaign.
December 2013
The U.S. Open

Politics + Golf: A Delicate Dance

Politicians long have been wary about how playing golf would affect their image, though some have been more comfortable with the repercussions than others. View a selection of comments and notes through the years.
June 2011

A Meeting at Laurel Valley: Frame By Frame

In 1965 Walter Iooss Jr. photographed Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Dwight Eisenhower at Laurel Valley.
Golf Tours & News

Dwight Eisenhower: Founding Father

Dwight Eisenhower's induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame this week is a testament to his success in introducing the sport to the masses
Golf Tours & News

Sirak: The Grass Roots Have Blue Collars

As quickly as many are to paint golf as an elitist pastime, they forget that the game's popularity in this country arose from the middle class
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