From the archive (January 2000): The mystery of Henry Longhurst and Sir Douglas Bader
As Nick Taylor cruised to a career-defining win, a tale of joy and survival as an amateur in the final group at AT&T Pebble Beach
Our editor-in-chief Jerry Tarde offers 15 lessons learned from 40 years of friendship with the late course designer.
The Connecticut lawyer became the first black USGA Executive Committee member in 1992, and worked in numerous ways make the game m …
It's as fun as it looks, but not without its anxieties.
An incredible connection between two American heroes doesn't stop at just a high school in Pennsylvania
A tip on the backswing: "If you can pause, you can play."
She was the most remarkable kind of fixer.
Spending some time with Nathaniel Crosby, Bing's son and the victorious Walker Cup captain and successful amateur player
A complicated land is simplified when the topic is golf.
In a new book, author Richard Allen details a four-hole stretch by a little-known assistant pro that will likely never be duplicat …
The winning entry was built at Sand Valley's Mammoth Dunes
When Purvis James (P.J.) Boatwright set-up U.S. Open courses, he never wanted the venue to be the story. The USGA could use more o …
IBM Watson measured every shot during the 2019 Masters and found, to no surprise, that Tiger Woods created the most excitement of …
The late Dan Jenkins might have been the most influential sports writer in history, but he was even better company
The former USGA president died Nov. 13 at age 101.
New book by former LPGA commissioner Charlie Mechem a mix of practical and entertaining
Golf Digest editor Jerry Tarde remembers Pulitzer Prize-winning sports writer Dave Anderson, a Golf Digest contributor who died Oc …
Bud Chapman never built a golf course, but his imagination pioneered remote architecture and wildly avant-garde design.
I can't help pausing this summer to remember that 40 years ago every golfer fell in love with Nancy Lopez. She was Tiger before Ti …