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  1. The Dave Pelz Scoring Game School claims that it will change your golf game forever in just three days. Doubters of this assertion may be swayed by the success of Vijay Singh, Tom Kite, Phil...
  2. The Greenbrier Sporting Club , a private residential sporting community and membership club tucked within the Allegheny Mountains of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, is going green. The Sporting...
  3. The A-Star B3’s rotors thumped rhythmically and whipped faint clouds of powdery snow around the group huddled close to the ground. For a moment the blustery peak was cloaked in a cacophony of...
  4. Dalat Palace Golf ClubSketched by a French architect in 1922, the Dalat Palace Golf Club did not begin to take shape until a decade later, when the last emperor of Vietnam spurred the course’s...
  5. If it is true, as the golfing adage contends, that you "drive for show" (and "putt for dough"), then each of the clubs pictured here presents the ideal combination off the tee, promising to add not...
  6. More golf courses closed than opened in the United States last year, and the industry experienced a significant drop in rounds played. Yet at least one Amer­ican golf institution showed signs of life...
  7. Built in 1986 to host the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open, the 18-hole Starr Pass Golf Course (800.503.2898, www.starrpasstucson.com ) proved a challenge even to the professionals. Its “difficult personality...
  8. The resonating whir of rotor blades above us is faintly audible as we skim low over the shoreline in a Bell 407 helicopter. Rays of early morning sunshine are beginning to break through the cloud...
  9. Only one of this year’s Best of the Best courses is not on or near an ocean. In fact, at Huntsman Springs (208.354.9660, www.huntsmansprings.com ) —a resort community located about 45 minutes from...
  10. The Bahamas have long been a place for good but not great golf. Last July’s opening of the Baker’s Bay Golf Club (242.577.0635, www.bakersbayclub.com ) changed that—but only for a select few...

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