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  1. Notwithstanding Newfoundland’s name—and the fact that Newfoundlanders have been playing golf here for more than six decades—few U.S. players have discovered the Canadian island province, at least not...
  2. Dr. Andrew Weil sits casually on a stool and discusses his theories about healthy aging with 70 guests of the Miraval resort and spa in Catalina, Ariz. “It’s not about living forever,” says the 64-...
  3. Armadillo Aerospace, Mesquite, Texas The company is the brainchild of John Carmack, creator of the video games Doom and Quake. Carmack envisions a vertically launched one-passenger craft that might...
  4. Zero Gravity Trainee astronauts become acquainted with weightlessness during parabolic flights, in which a jet with a padded interior flies a series of parabolas, or arcs, that allow as much as 30...
  5. In his inaugural round at Doonbeg Golf Club four years ago, Buddy Darby recalls, Greg Norman lost seven balls in the 2-foot-high marram grass covering nearly every inch of the course that is not a...
  6. As she watches my first tee shot soar long and right, the caddie musters in broken English a word every golfer dreads: “Mulligan!” My 22-year-old companion, uniformed in a red jumpsuit and pith...
  7. In 2004, Ducati dove into uncharted waters with an all-new machine that catered to adventure-seeking riders, an emerging segment of the motorcycle market. The Multistrada—with an appearance and...
  8. From the tee of the par-5 sixth hole at the Ritz-Carlton Members Golf Club, you might find it difficult to believe that the surrounding terrain recently was a flat and featureless tomato farm...
  9. Despite its billing as a “modern links” layout—and its setting on the southern coast of Wales—the Machynys Peninsula Golf and Country Club is not a true links course. It hardly matters, though. The...
  10. A stream and wood-chip walkways weave throughout 136 forested acres at Tom Fazio’s Wynn Golf Course on the Las Vegas Strip. More than 8,500 trees—pine, spruce, elm, weeping willows—and 100,000 newly...

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