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Weekend Tip: How to putt on bad greens

Many of you are probably still recovering from overindulging at the dinner table the past couple of days. And if you're as tired of watching football as I am, you're probably itching to work off...
Saturday, 11/26/2011 at 1:00AM
Magazines / Editor's Letter

Jerry Tarde: No Time To Bellyache

Belly putters are more popular than ever
December 2011

Saturday Morning Tip: Master the sand with Paul Runyan

In doing some research for an article in Golf Digest this week, I re-read the classic book by Paul Runyan: The Short Way to Lower Scoring. It reminded me once again that Runyan was a...
Saturday, 10/1/2011 at 1:00AM

Saturday Morning Tip: Underreach, part 2

I'm checking in this morning from Aberdeen, Scotland, where I've been playing some golf this past week. A few days ago, I learned about a great technique from a caddie at Gleneagles Resort, and it...
Friday, 9/16/2011 at 2:37PM

Saturday Morning Tip: Underreach your pitches

The other day I played a public course on Cape Cod, the Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds in Barnstable, Mass. This course is a lot of fun, but I kept getting some tough lies to pitch from...
Saturday, 9/10/2011 at 1:00AM
Gear & Equipment

Will Bradley's win prompt a rush on long putters?

By winning the PGA Championship at Atlanta AC, Keegan Bradley became the first player to win a major with a long putter. Now before folks get all worked up. This means one of the...
Monday, 8/15/2011 at 2:40PM
Magazines / Editors' Blog

Reader: Forget oversize holes. They make no difference.

Golf Digest's recent experiment with oversized holes--we organized a round at Pine Needles recently with 15-inch holes--reminded one Oregon reader of the original oversize-hole experiment. In his book, The Short Way to Lower Scoring, Paul Runyan...
Monday, 3/21/2011 at 9:14AM
Magazines / Web-extra

Nicknames Of The Game

The memorable nicknames we've grown accustomed to from golf's past have gone beyond turning Arnold into Arnie. They describe a physical or behavioral trait, even a person's heritage or status. Hence, Arnie is The King. Here are Golf Digest's top-10 all-time nicknames, plus an expanded list of historical nicknames.
October 2010
Golf Tours & News

Verdi: Byron Nelson's '37 Masters

"Lord" Byron Nelson, called the 1937 Masters, the first four of major victories, the most important tournament he ever won.
Golf Instruction

'Putt' your chips

Take the nerves out of your short shots with Paul Runyan's method
June 2007
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