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Was Chambers Bay a tough course on spectators, except for those Greg Norman encountered?

Chambers Bay, whatever one’s impression of the course itself, did not allow for a strong spectator experience during the U.S. Open according to most accounts. “USGA officials acknowledge they’ve been fielding complaints about unusually restrictive...
Sunday, 6/21/2015 at 6:46PM
Media

Weiskopf on Tiger: From 'top of Everest [to] a coal mine, it's hard to watch'

The decline of Tiger Woods has hit the pity stage with his round of 80 in the U.S. Open on Thursday. It might not be rock bottom, but it must be no more than a...
Friday, 6/19/2015 at 10:17AM
Media

Deciphering Chambers Bay: Good move by Fox Sports using architect Gil Hanse

Chambers Bay is unique, both as a U.S. Open course and as a U.S. course in general, and as such is one that needs deciphering. Who better to do so than an accomplished course architect?...
Thursday, 6/18/2015 at 7:41PM
Courses & Travel

Tom Weiskopf remembers Jay Morrish: "He was somebody special. I learned so much from him"

These are some admittedly personal reflections on golf architect Jay Morrish, the left-brain half of the superstar design team of Morrish and Weiskopf, who died on March 2 in a Dallas suburb, after dealing for...
Wednesday, 3/4/2015 at 9:42AM
News & Tours

The star of this show was the stage, Riviera Country Club

There would be no Oscar for choreography for the Northern Trust Open, which produced far more missteps than dance steps on Sunday afternoon. The star of this show was the stage. The Riviera Country Club,...
Sunday, 2/22/2015 at 7:47PM
Courses & Travel

The 7 coolest changes made to TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course

Tom Weiskopf spent nearly every day at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium course this summer overseeing renovations at his course. Though he calls Montana his full-time home, TPC Scottsdale is still one of Weiskopf's signature designs...
Wednesday, 11/12/2014 at 2:13PM
Golf Tours & News

How Golf's Hall Of Fame Got Better

If the first group of honorees to be chosen under its revamped selection process is any indication, the World Golf Hall of Fame has already improved its stature and its credibility
October 22, 2014
News & Tours

Chamblee calls Mickelson's criticisms 'close to a one-man mutiny'

Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee slammed Phil Mickelson for his post-Ryder Cup comments, made with U.S. captain Tom Watson sitting on the same dais, calling it “as close to a one-man mutiny” that he’s ever seen....
Sunday, 9/28/2014 at 3:20PM
Golf & Business

Back from the dead: Wyoming's Snake River Sporting Club

By Peter Finch Talk about a rollercoaster ride. Snake River Sporting Club debuted as one of the best new courses in the U.S. and almost immediately leaped to the top of Golf Digest’s Best...
Tuesday, 5/20/2014 at 4:00PM
Golf & Business

Is the 1975 Masters the most dramatic in history? Read for yourself

By Ryan Herrington Plenty will be written a year from now about the 1975 Masters when the 40th anniversary of arguably the most dramatic edition of the tournament rolls around. Any story, though, will...
Monday, 4/7/2014 at 9:05AM
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