Golf Digest editors picks

life lessons

life lessons

Results: 1 - 10 of 15
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My Shot: Tom Watson

Old men can't jump, golf nightmares are hell, and why you should 'kill the pig.' A revealing interlude with one of the all-time greats.
July 2004
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My Shot: Laura Baugh

Proud pro comes clean on Colonel Sanders, 'bleedouts' and living on two hours of sleep.
January 2004
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My Shot: Greg Norman

Crashing copters, kicking kangaroos, menacing boulders, a case of the bends and Mize's chip-in. For tales of near misses, the Shark is the man to see.
March 2004
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My Shot: Byron Nelson

A voice of experience on handling the wind, tinkering with your swing, and why cows and chickens are different.
May 2003
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My Shot: Tim Finchem

Confronting roller coasters, hurricanes, fists and a desire to join the Rolling Stones: A ride with a real power broker.
October 2003
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My Shot: Tony Jacklin

A jolly good fellow and four-time Ryder Cup captain on bad dreams, lightning and the truth about porridge.
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My Shot: Gary McCord

A golf game vanishes! A TV career materializes out of thin air! Life lessons from storage bins, bikini wax and dented lockers.
January 2005
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My Shot: Moe Norman

Weeks before passing away, Pipeline Moe, the straightest hitter who ever lived, offered a lasting testimonial to the game he loved.
November 2004
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My Shot: Jackie Burke

Check your ego at the door and listen up. Golf's greatest living sage is going to give you a talking-to you'll never forget.
May 2004
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My Shot: Judy Rankin

She's survived air kisses, a marriage in Juarez and a world-class burglar. Somehow the best on-course analyst in television has emerged none the worse for wear.
September 2004
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