Normally when gathering around the table this time of year to give thanks, we keep the list short. Not that we’re ungrateful; it’s just that the potatoes are getting cold and we see Uncle Mark eyeing the turkey leg. This season, however, there’s no need to curtail the gratitude, and that includes around the table
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In this terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year, many golfers find themselves feeling a tremendous sense of guilt. You know what I mean. In the worst of times, for the lucky ones it’s been the best of times. We’ve all talked about the quality hours and days we’ve spent with our families. Hanging out
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Publishing a story often feels like the end of a long journey—reporting, writing, editing, fact-checking, designing—but occasionally we’re pleased to find out it was only a beginning. Though separated by 23 years and 150 yards off the tee, James and Allen became fast friends. So when the two recently came to New York on a
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Who could forget Charles Barkley’s brutal assessment of the quality of golf Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson displayed in the first rendition of “The Match” two years ago in Las Vegas? “This is crappy golf. Y’all know that,” the NBA Hall of Famer-turned-broadcaster drawled with his typical honesty to a pay-per-view television audience. “I could
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Most golfers know, when you can’t keep your driver from slicing, it’s hard to shoot a decent score. Every hole becomes a recovery mission, and that can get old fast—real fast.  You might know that an open clubface is what causes the slice, but you might not know how to fix it or, even better,
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Just as Kurt Ellis, a New York City-based strength and performance coach for Golf Digest Schools, starts demonstrating moderate intensity exercises to golfers online, he stares at the camera. “If you like analytics to understand what’s going on inside your body as you go through these workouts, WHOOP keeps track of your heart rate and
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