From the archive (March 1997): Where it began: Golf with a touch of Irish spin
From the archive (February 2003): The superintendent is the key to any good golf club. Join us as we unearth a treasure of wisdom, …
From the archive: Moe knew what nobody else knew—how to hit the ball exactly, positively where he wanted it to go. So why was he s …
Here's what you need to know about this serious subject from a guy who made the same mistakes you have
In March, David Owen traveled to TPC Sawgrass to play the Stadium Course from the tees the pros use during the Players Championshi …
Richard Thaler, the winner of the Nobel Prize in economics, has ideas for the game.
Jack Stephens knew how to swim the deep end versus Clifford Roberts.
Undeniable signs that that the local golf season is drawing to a close
Back-roads Scotland: A rapid-fire round at Tain Golf Club
An indispensable accessory for the locker room in the trunk of your car
Great golf course, great locker room, great bar
When I bought my Peet dryer, I expected to use it only on golf shoes I’d worn in crummy weather, but since then I’ve realized that …
Writers develop writer's cramp. Pistol shooters flinch. Golfers get the yips. Golf's governing bodies ought to support yips resear …
Do the Rules of Golf violate the Rules of Golf?
The indescribably ineffable awesomeness of match play
A late friend's ashes were brought along for a final round of golf.
An English Major's Lament: *Halve* vs. *half*
Now, about that famous Ryder Cup concession