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During a round at the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic in the mid-1970s, Leonard Kamsler, the renowned golf photographer, was trying to get a shot of the famously irritable tour pro Bruce Crampton. Things weren’t going well. “Crampton hated photographers,” Kamsler recalls, “and he was onto me.” So Kamsler went a few holes ahead and found
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For Odyssey, the mission in 2020 seems to be not just about making better putters. It’s about making golfers into better putters. That effort will pursue multiple levels, and includes introducing putters that not only improve performance on mis-hits but models that improve the consistency of the stroke, the consistency of the way the ball
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To accompany our biennial World 100 Greatest Courses list, Golf Digest also publishes a ranking of the best golf courses in every country. Yes, every country where there is golf. To do so, we surveyed our 1,700+ Golf Digest panelists from North America, who are as well-traveled a bunch as you’ll find in the industry,
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The new Titleist Tour Soft and Velocity golf balls may not grab all the headlines of the company’s world famous, tour-played Pro V1 family, but don’t be fooled. The audience for these products is just as demanding as any tour player and maybe more so. After all these golfers speak loudly with their wallets. “Golf
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It’s tempting to describe Golf Digest’s fourth biennial ranking of the World 100 Greatest Golf Courses as a contest between advanced age and youth, legends versus new kids, Old Guard versus Upstarts. I’m speaking not of the architects responsible for the courses, but of the courses themselves. Twenty-three of the 100 Greatest courses outside the
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Miura Golf’s TC-201 irons were five years in the making but mark a continuation of a ramped-up production introduction schedule from a company that historically has taken its time bringing new product to market. Still, the traditionally minded forged iron company from Japan appears to be expanding its technological capabilities beyond one-piece forged irons to
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The PGA Tour’s AT&T Byron Nelson is leaving Trinity Forest after just three years. The decision, first reported by the Dallas Morning News on Saturday, has been confirmed by Golf Digest, with an official announcement expected to come Sunday. “As the necessary footprint to grow the event continues to expand, collectively, we will be evaluating
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