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Book Excerpt
Augusta Is Missing Its King

The First Masters In 63 Years Without Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer 1929-2016
Arnold Palmer, Golf's Unquestioned King, Dies At Age 87

By Tom Callahan

The Golfer Who Killed Osama bin Laden

Meet Rob O'Neill of SEAL Team 6, who squeezed the trigger on the night of Operation Neptune Spear

From The Archive
Ultimate House Call

Doc Giffin has been 'someone you can trust with your life' for Arnold Palmer. There's a lesson here for today's tour pros

2014 Ryder Cup
Tom Watson's Last Hurrah

After a career of major moments, he's been waiting for another shot at the Ryder Cup (and another Open at St. Andrews). As you might expect, he's all in

The Most Interesting Men In The World

Here are three players, one who has always been comfortable in his skin, one who came to be comfortable in his skin, and one who is just trying on his skin for the first time

Phil In Full

How a little boy came to love the game, made the Hall of Fame, and then added an exclamation point at Muirfield

Golf Courses & Travel
Rock Of Ages

A trip to remote Scotland reveals more of the game's mysteries

That 70's Show

Players from golf's greatest generation don't begrudge today's stars, but they're proud of the genius that made their day so special

Player profile
Changing The Cycle

A history with alcohol gave Ernie Els the push to pull back from the party life-- and win another major

Book excerpt
His Father's Son

You can learn a lot about Tiger through the last days of Earl Woods

From The Archives
In Search of Tiger Phong

How we followed the trail of the war hero who inspired a father's famous son

Cover story: Arnie at 80
Palmer In His Prime

As Arnold turns 80, it's time to savor the skill and charisma that changed golf

Who is Anthony Kim?

Brash. Humble. Strong. Soft. Not to mention fearless, funny and combative. Even if he's 'as normal as it gets,' Anthony Kim is an uncommon talent. At 23, is he Tiger's next challenger?

Casey at the bat

A missed opportunity becomes motivation for one of Europe's rising stars

Perfectly Padraig

Winning the first major is the hardest. Now watch Padraig Harrington go

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