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  1. Golf is a sport of accessories—from the shoes and bags to the tees and ball markers. Fred Distenfeld of New York City’s Luxury Accessories International (877.778.4355, www.luxuryaccessories.com )...
  2. Senior editor Sheila Gibson Stoodley says the annual "21 Ultimate Gifts" feature has become a kind of wish list for her, as she tries to bring to fruition ideas that in some cases she has been...
  3. The Ranch at Live Oak Malibu’s new four-night program promises quick gains—and losses. James Kohler, a behemoth with 20-inch biceps and a neck the size of a tree trunk, reaches over my head to affix...
  4. About the time in 1912 that Boston pharmaceutical tycoon and philanthropist George Robert White completed renovating what now is known as the Wyck Estate, the French château–style mansion on the...
  5. THE GIFT VIP access for the recipient and five guests to one stage of the 100th Tour de France, including first-class, all-expenses-paid travel and accommodations; on-course spectating in an official...
  6. The 30-mile stretch between the firths of Forth and Tay in eastern Scotland is hallowed ground for golfers. Muirfield, Kingsbarn, Carnoustie, and the legendary St. Andrews Links courses all play...
  7. That giant whooshing sound you heard in August was the air being let out of the sackful of brand-new high-COR (coefficient of res- titution) drivers that were about to be launched on an American...
  8. A conversation with the Argentine polo player and horse breeder.
  9. The assistant golf pro stands at the fringe of the first tee at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. “Now playing,” he announces, “Mr. Jerry Clark from San Diego.” Clark, a retired...
  10. My golf ball sits deep in the gully, and as I consider my next shot, I hear only water trickling in the creek at my feet and the faint cries of kestrels, which soar in the sky above me as they look...

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