Al Geiberger, who 30 years ago became the first golfer to record a sub-60 round in a PGA Tour event, agrees with the comparisons that equa
In the year 1900, Ada and Minna Everleigh relocated their already-flourishing
The Golf Club at the Rise
While strolling across a practice green at the Keowee Falls golf course in Salem, S.C., Scott Tolley
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FIRST IN FLIGHT
Thirty years ago this June, Al Geiberger became the first golfer to shoot a
sub-60 round in a PGA Tour event.
On a breezy desert day in early December 2006, Ben Crenshaw is tromping around the second green at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club’s new Saguaro Cours
The prevailing trade winds blow from the northeast as head pro Hale Kelly steps to the 10th tee of the Temenos Golf Club on Anguilla.
What do you do between chukkas of a polo match when there are no divots to stomp back into place?
Archerfield Links in the village of Dirleton, Scotland, sits on land where bowmen once pitched their tents while helping Edward I of Engla
An unfinished poker table made of mahogany, ebony, maple, and satinwood sits in the center of Mark Lackley’s workshop in the Vermont villa
When presented with a visually arresting landscape for a golf course, some designers respond with a byzantine layout that is more frustrat
Sitting in a private study in the corporate offices of the company his grandfather founded in 1873, Herbert Kohler Jr.
A 20-day trip for seven to play 10 Scottish and Irish golf courses of your choice.
A golf makeover for four that begins with a custom club fitting at the Ely Callaway Performance Center in Carlsbad, Calif.
A 1920s-era brochure for the Broadmoor shows an image of the then-new resort’s circular driveway, white facade, and vine-draped loggia, ac
The walls of Gruhn Guitars, George Gruhn’s shop in Nashville, Tenn., are lined with vintage electric, acoustic, and steel guitars, as well
The 30-mile stretch between the firths of Forth and Tay in eastern Scotland is hallowed ground for golfers.
“Let’s say you’re on Wall Street and you have a helicopter,” says Eric Bergstol, pausing for a moment to let this notion sink in.