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The remote location of his Argentine cattle ranch—some 1,000 miles from Buenos Aires—did not...
A wind blows across the hills of British Columbia’s backcountry toward the green of Tobiano’s par-3...
In the year 1900, Ada and Minna Everleigh relocated their already-flourishing enterprise from Omaha...
Thirty years ago this June, Al Geiberger became the first golfer to shoot a sub-60 round in a PGA...
FIRST IN FLIGHT Mountain Air Country Club (800.247.7791, www­.mountainaircc.com) in North...
Our process for selecting the top 10 golf communities in the United States was partly subjective—as...
While strolling across a practice green at the Keowee Falls golf course in Salem, S.C., Scott...
Photograph by Fabrizio Iacomini
An addition to features on custom cars, clothing, and motorcyles, this issue also includes a...
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If it is true, as the golfing adage contends, that you "drive for show" (and "putt for dough"),...
The Golf Club at the Rise When course designer Gene Bates first visited the site for the Golf Club...
Al Geiberger, who 30 years ago became the first golfer to record a sub-60 round in a PGA Tour event...
If, two centuries ago, a golfer believed that his equipment had to look good for him to play well,...
Each May, when chinook salmon season begins in British Columbia, fishermen converge on the Lodge at...
“You gave that one a good whack,” says instructor Pier Falcomer as we watch my drive sail into the...
Funny how a recollection can strike at the most convenient time, at the precise moment in a...
On a breezy desert day in early December 2006, Ben Cren­shaw is tromping around the second green at...
What do you do between chukkas of a polo match when there are no divots to stomp back into place?...
The prevailing trade winds blow from the northeast as head pro Hale Kelly steps to the 10th tee of...
An unfinished poker table made of mahogany, ebony, maple, and satinwood sits in the center of Mark...
Archerfield Links in the village of Dirleton, Scotland, sits on land where bowmen once pitched...

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