Month: October 2018

I’ve had a successful PGA Tour career, including a pair of wins, by keeping things as simple as possible. Yet, in the numerous pro-ams I play, I notice everyday golfers tend to make things more complicated than they need to be, and their games suffer. One area to simplify is off the tee. For amateurs,
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SEWAILO GOLF CLUBTucson For those who don’t love the grit of the typical Arizona course, I recommend this one, an amenity of the Casino del Sol resort. Like Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, it’s a desert floor reshaped into hills and valleys with lots of waterscapes; generous, plush turfgrass; and hillsides of flowers. Strategically designed
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If the number of iron categories on the market has you confused, you’re not alone. We have questions, too. For example: Do oversize super-game-improvement irons (SGI) really hit it higher and farther than compact irons for better players? Does an iron’s benefits change based on what kind of golfer you are? Should high-handicappers play only
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Golf Digest is aware of fewer than two dozen individuals who have played every course on our ranking of America’s 100 Greatest. They ticked them off over lifetimes largely well spent, and the grillrooms of this country have heard their stories. All are or were Golf Digest course-rating panelists—the card-carrying, often quite tan, pencil-wielding, low-handicap
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social-media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Oct 15. Leishman punches Hawaii ticket (that he already booked) Marc Leishman, along
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Gil Hanse’s redesign work has gained notoriety and praise, particularly over the past couple of years—working at some of our country’s best courses, such as Merion (East), Winged Foot (West and East), Los Angeles Country Club (North and South), Plainfield, Aronimink, Sleepy Hollow, Ridgewood, and many others. Plus, Hanse’s team has projects upcoming at Oakland
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ABOUT Imagine if an NFL team spent entire practices running one play over and over again and then went out expecting to win. That’s what a lot of amateur golfers do: They practice hitting their favorite club or two on the range, get in some kind of groove, then head out to play. When things
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1.) BREITLING NAVITIMER 8The first timepiece from Breitling under new ownership features a vintage logo and a simplified dial. $7,710 2.) AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK OFFSHOREThis watch is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a version that has a khaki-and-green bezel and a camouflage rubber strap. $31,000 3.) HUBLOT BIG BANG UNICO GOLDRedesigned with a smaller,
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Following this year’s Ryder Cup, Padraig Harrington was tabbed as the strong Vegas favorite to helm Team Europe for the 2020 event in Whistling Straits. Considering Harrington’s lone competition now dropped out, the three-time major winner should be a shoe-in. Lee Westwood, who’s made 10 Ryder Cup appearances for the Europeans, told Sky Sports he
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