A complicated watch movement—its intricate mechanisms engaged in the rhythmic tracking of time—is beautiful to behold.
Long before they unleash the beast on a track, engineers, through various mathematical equations, can calculate a racecar’s horsepower.
Like magistrates presiding over an inquisition, a trio of auctioneers sit high on their perches at the back of the auditorium’s stage while a chestnut colt paces anxiously before them and about 30
The ceiling of dense, blue sea ice above us covers water that is a bone-chilling 28 degrees, and the end of the 60-foot yellow rope that connects my dive guide, Graham Dickson, and me to the surfa
The ice skates, sticks, jerseys, and trophies on display in the pro shop at the Bear Mountain Golf and Country Club in Victoria, B.C., serve as reminders that hockey is king in Canada.
Claiming more golf courses per square mile than any other place on earth, Bermuda has no need (or space) for an additional layout.
Tim Blixseth stares down from a rocky ledge to a picture-perfect fairway as he describes how he built this course in the hills near Palm Springs, Calif.
When Nike designed its first line of golf clubs—drivers, irons, and wedges—it did so with Tiger Woods in mind.
An early account of the life of St. Patrick records that the men of Thuath-Mumhan, or Thomond, which is now Ireland’s County Clare, crossed the river Shannon to be baptized by the saint.
Run your fingers through the chocolate-colored soil of the Jones family’s Huron, Ohio, farm, and you will know you have hit pay dirt, or more accurately, dirt that pays.