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This is a new series on the 70th anniversary of Golf Digest commemorating the best literature we’ve ever published. Each entry includes an introduction that celebrates the author or puts in context the story. Catch up on earlier installments. At the 1984 British Open won by Seve Ballesteros, the legendary Dan Jenkins was 55 years
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President Donald Trump held a conference call on Saturday with leaders of many of America’s professional sports organizations, including PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan and his LPGA counterpart, Michael Whan. According to ESPN.com, Trump told the group that he expects the NFL season to start on time in September and he hoped other sports held
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There’s been an interesting dance behind the curtain of the networks that cover professional golf. No doubt dozens of phone calls and emails have been traded between executives and Augusta National Golf Club trying to solve this riddle: In the absence of the Masters in the second week of April, postponed because of the COVID-19
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We are in Day … actually I forgot what day this is . . . of quarantine, and amid larger and more consequential concerns, you may be confronted with a litany of smaller ones—how to work at home with small kids; what movies to watch at night, that sort of thing. To that second less-vital
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As a golf instructor, I’m supposed to tell you that going for the green by hitting a middle-iron shot over tall trees is too risky. It’s better to punch out and play for a one-putt par. But part of the allure of playing golf is trying the tough shots, so I’m shelving the prudent rhetoric
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This is a new series on the 70th anniversary of Golf Digest commemorating the best literature we’ve ever published. Each entry includes an introduction that celebrates the author or puts in context the story. Catch up on earlier installments. Late Friday afternoon of the U.S. Open at Oakmont in 1994, after Arnold Palmer had played
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Several golf companies have stepped up to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak by developing face-masks at their production facilities. The growing list includes Seamus Golf, Summit Golf Brands, Foray Golf, IS Golf and Rhoback. Outside of golf, a collection of 24 brands have come together to launch an initiative called Brands For
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The mayor of Toronto has canceled all public gatherings through June 30 in response to the coronavirus pandemic, putting the PGA Tour’s RBC Canadian Open in doubt. Mayor John Tory, citing the “long battle ahead” against COVID-19, made the announcement Tuesday. “While the city recognizes the importance of special events and festivals to the livability
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