| Jun 26, 2008
OF THE roughly 16,000 books that have been published on the game of golf, a disproportionate number -- perhaps as high as one-third -- lie in the area of instruction. The reason for this is simple: They sell. A lot. But how does the average golfer sift...
| Jun 26, 2008
Winner of 18 major championships, considered by many the greatest golfer of all time.
This will help you: To be your best, you have to understand what your abilities are. And once you understand what your abilities are, you learn to play...
| Mar 9, 2008
Amid superlative Carolina courses, a golfer stumbles upon Tobacco Road. One swing, and he's in love.
You don't always find genius where you expect it.
The highway to Tobacco Road Golf Club, the masterpiece of maverick golf course architect...
| Apr 9, 2009
On a sun-splashed afternoon here at heaven's gate, there are a dozen people crowded around a corner of a giant wooden scoreboard.
They are staring at the standings of a golf tournament that has not yet started.
They are taking photos of the stenciled...
| Jun 1, 2009
| 9:52 PM
Praise keeps coming in for the Huskies as Nick Taylor was named to the Division I PING All-America First Team, and head coach Matt Thurmond was named the West Regional Coach of the Year.
The news came at the 2009 NCAA Championship at Inverness Golf...
| Sep 14, 2009
Tennis legend Jack Kramer, considered by many the most influential person in the game in the last 60 years, died late Saturday night at his home in Los Angeles. He was 88.
He had been diagnosed in mid-July with soft tissue sarcoma, a cancer of the...
| Feb 22, 1987
Repeat after me: Severiano Ballesteros is the greatest golf player in the world.
He must be. Everyone says so. Everyone keeps telling you he is. Jack Nicklaus once said he was. Mac O'Grady will tell you he is. Sam Snead, no less, once placed him in the...