A longtime Golf Digest editor returns to the golf course where he fell in love with the game to say goodbye.
It's the small acts of kindness we remember and that make us feel human
The Ryder Cup goes to France, a country with a long golf history but few champion golfers.
In words and pictures, unpacking the elements that made the Wee Ice Man such a fascinating figure
It's arguably the best finishing hole in the British Open rota. Even so, Royal Birkdale's par-4 18th will be a daunting test at ne …
All you need are your clubs and an open heart.
It's the Open, that annual celebration of all the old-country traditions of golf. The week is slightly sepia-toned, hickory-shafte …
A devilish plan to infiltrate the former Soviet Union and steal the Russian Amateur Championship is hampered by jet lag, slow play …
Nine topics to watch for during this year's Open Championship.
Identifying the women who will be part of the R&A's inaugural class of women members
Mixing it up with one-man brand Donald Trump, who has emerged as a leading player in golf.
What qualities do the best Ryder Cup captains possess?
9 questions for this year's Open.
From Aamby Valley to Zimbali, exploring the seven continents for the best courses in the world.
For the 16th time, the Open comes to Muirfield, where the golf is great. Just don't forget the food.
Condoleezza Rice should be a good fit for an ANGC intent on growing golf.
The Open returns to a reupholstered Royal Lytham & St. Annes, where prospective winners will be looking to invoke the spirit of th …
With the auction of Jimmy Patino's sprawling golf collection, a lifetime of memories was offered to the highest bidder
Despite a booming economy, a vast population and a long history of golf, very few in India have access to the game.
Web-extra Interview: The former Secretary of State embraces golf and 'my inner Phil Mickelson'
A strange journey, with clubs, to North Korea. By John Barton
Interesting times: Many things are changing fast in China -- including golf
The Open returns to the legendary bumps and hollows of the Old Course
An annual match of Oxford & Cambridge alumni in Rye, on the southeast coast of England, might be the game's most authentic event
In 2005 the Danish Golf Union made an agreement with the government -- unprecedented in the world of golf -- that within three yea …