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For the past six months, I’ve covered a dozen competitive events in my home state of Connecticut, photographing competition and writing about it for the Connecticut State Golf Association. It’s the first time that I’ve spent that much time watching really good players, mostly amateurs, up close. Lessons learned: 1. Play the 4,000-Hole Round. These
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The most extraordinary thing about the saga of Valentino Dixon is that it is not extraordinary at all. It is, of course, unusual and wonderful that Dixon developed his gift for sketching golf courses in prison—and that his talent drew the meticulous attention of Golf Digest’s Max Adler—but the specifics of the case look all
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At times, Tiger Woods’ 2018 was so unbelievable you would have thought it came from a screenplay. While his story was very much real, it’s now getting silver-screen treatment. ESPN announced on Wednesday that is producing a film on Woods’ historic comeback season, set to air on December 30, Woods’ 43rd birthday. “Tiger Woods: Return
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Following months of speculation, the PGA of America officially announced its headquarters are relocating to Frisco, Texas. The organization, currently based in Palm Beach Country, Florida, will anchor a 600-acre, mixed-use development. “Our move to Frisco will be transcendent for the PGA of America,” Seth Waugh, CEO of the PGA of America, said in a
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From planned renovations to unplanned tweaks (RIP, Eisenhower Tree), Augusta National Golf Club’s changes through the years have been well-documented. But every once in awhile, you see an old photo depicting how different the Masters course used to play and decide it’s too cool not to share. RELATED: Leaked letter hints big changes coming to
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It’s an annual tradition at Golf World. Our “Newsmakers of the Year” package has helped cap the year in golf now for more than two decades. From our former print magazine to our current digital publication, readers have been treated to a thoughtful review of the previous 12 months, our writers returning to the players,
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Our 2019 list of America’s 100 Best Clubfitters is the result of detailed consultation of industry sources and a survey our nearly 1,500-member, nationwide, America’s 100 Greatest Course-ratings panel on the best places in their respective locations. We also considered nomination submissions, a detailed application form and reader recommendations of more than 800 facilities (shops,
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Golf and travel go hand in hand, but without the right tools, one can ruin the other. Help out your favorite jetsetting golfer this year with these travel-friendly golf gift ideas, because there’s nothing worse than watching your suitcase come off the carousel with clothes hanging out or forgetting to pack your sunglasses for your
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The new Wilson Duo Professional continues the company’s focus on lower-compression cores in golf balls for softer feel, but its complete redesign also focuses on the outer segments of the ball, including a thinner urethane cover, for increased spin. A full-scale upgrade from the Duo Urethane ball, the Duo Professional will maintain a low-compression core
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Tiger Woods owned the first tee time on Friday. His pairing with Hideki Matsuyama served as a Scarlet letter for an inauspicious start to the Hero World Challenge, his opening-round 73 the second-worst score of the day. At first glance, that figure mirrored his holiday performance against Phil Mickelson, where the soon-to-be 43-year-old trekked around
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