After decades of making the journey to Augusta, a writer's trip with his son makes him realize what makes the Masters so special
The reality of Golf Channel's Big Break franchise is it's a massive production with spy-grade secrecy -- and an enduring format that you either love or hate
Heeding his Midwestern instincts (and Frank Chirkinian's marching orders), CBS' Verne Lundquist delivered THE exclamation point to THE putt on 17
Tom Watson came to Pebble Beach in 1982 having played in 10 U.S. Opens without a victory. On a cool, gray Sunday afternoon, that changed
From courses to companies to the tours, golf faces challenges in the 2009 economy
The economy and new competition are just two of the reasons now might be the time to consider it
Bethpage Black was just the beginning. Public courses are now part of the USGA's Open mix. It's good for the game—and business
Walter Driver's presidency has boldly and profoundly changed the way the USGA operates. Is the association better off as a result?