You can read Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons and Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book a thousand times each and watch every Nicklaus
It takes only a short stroll along Middleburg’s leafy streets to confirm that you have arrived in one of America’s equestrian capitals.
While Scots celebrate their legendary toughness—manifest over the centuries by their kicking the Romans off their shores, rejecting Englis
Treat your favorite foursome to an adventure that could go down in golf history.
It is 25 degrees on a snowy February morning, and I am skiing in shorts and a T-shirt.
While skis may be the most traditional means of descending the slopes, there is nothing traditional about these models, which incorporate
It’s hard to imagine a location in the continental United States more remote than Lajitas, Texas.
Technology is one of the things that makes the game of golf unique—often maddeningly so.
Standing on the bow of a flat skiff a few yards from North Monomoy Island off of Cape Cod, Ken Abrames makes a kind of whipping motion wit
The unmarked, tan-colored brick building housing Athletes’ Performance, a $10 million high-tech fitness center that opened last year, blen
Proving that good things do indeed come in small packages, BMW’s Q6.S mountain bike (www.
Las Vegas, with all its diversions, is a noisy place where one’s senses are assaulted with a never-ending cacophony of sounds and pictures
Link to Scotland
What is it about Pine Valley that makes it a nearly unanimous choice as the best golf course in America and one of the best in the world?
You may not be able to golf a lick.
I stood on the first tee and swished my club back and forth.
Behind the dusty windows of a tiny storefront, Allen Trepel and his son Keith hover over Paul Livornese like surgeons, eyeing him intently
When Nike designed its first line of golf clubs—drivers, irons, and wedges—it did so with Tiger Woods in mind.
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 S