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Sean McCabe

Golf & Business: It's a Family Affair

How one golf-course builder thrives as others struggle

News & Tours
2014 Golf Digest Awards

We honor the very best of the best

Masters Survey
18 Questions

Masters lovers will do the darnedest things

Birdies and Bogeys
The Year in Golf

2013 is going to have to go some to match the craziness of 2012

Golf Equipment | Bomb & Gouge
Is The Long Putter Good For Golf?

It's not against the rules. The question is whether it should be.

A Week Like No Other

Tiger. Phil. Sergio. Sept. 11. Bethpage. Why the first People's Open still shines

Buried, but not dead

Remember these rules to avoid any more trouble in a bunker

Band of brothers

Forget the 'Caddyshack' stereotype of golf course superintendents. Today they're high-tech professionals who can earn more than $200,000 a year at the top levels. But when it comes to a major championship like the PGA at Southern Hills, the word goes out and a volunteer army arrives to help get the job done