In golf's increasingly bigger-is-better world, the Lilliputian par 3 rarely gets its due. But as this collection of tiny one-shotters shows, a hole doesn't have to be long to be lovable.
Time robs a genius of his memory, but his wife and their scrapbooks open a window to his soul
In revealing the latest Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards, one judge explains the importance of participation
Gil Hanse's Ohoopee and Coore and Crenshaw's public entry at Big Cedar Lodge top the voting.
Despite its tranquil nature, golf can be a contact sport. Here we present stories from readers on the latent dangers of the game—from the self-inflicted to the unforeseen
It's nature versus nurture on these daunting challenges.
The Gil Hanse redesign will share the spotlight during the 2019 U.S. Amateur
By Ron Whitten
As Golf Digest first reported in 2002, the celebrated Tillinghast course isn't a Tillie course after all. The forgotten story of Joseph H. Burbeck