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The Majors 2021

Golf’s Majors are upon us again. The return of fans is eagerly anticipated at all four championships and Paul Trow expects a feast of stellar play as spring blossoms into summer


Dustin Johnson: No Surrender

Dustin Johnson has taken some of the mightiest blows majors golf can muster, yet every time he is knocked off his feet he climbs back up, ready for more. The world No. 1 spoke exclusively to Robin Barwick



A Man of Words: Jim Nantz

Jim Nantz is a pretty good golfer but put him in the broadcast booth and he shoots under par every time. The voice of the Super Bowl and the Masters on CBS spoke to Robin Barwick


Remembering the King: Arnold Palmer

Even if he’d never picked up a golf club, Arnold Palmer was destined to be known, such were the multiplicity and variety of his achievements. Ultimately – and four years since Palmer passed away – it is no exaggeration to call him a legend More than an understatement, it is woefully inaccurate to characterize Arnold […]

Arnold Palmer: Made for Television

Doc Giffin worked as a reporter on the Pittsburgh Press newspaper and as press secretary for the PGA Tour before accepting the role as Assistant to Arnold Palmer in 1966. Here Giffin reflects on Palmer’s natural flair and inimitable manner in dealing with the media

Jordan Spieth ready for 2021 Masters

Jordan Spieth won for the first time in nearly four years on Sunday, at the Valero Texas Open, and now the 2015 Masters champ and former world No. 1 is ready for his favorite tournament

Two Ways West: Cali golf & wine

California golf and wine each stand alone, but we quite like enjoying them together—if not at the same time, exactly. Focusing on the regions in which both first appeared in the state, here are just a few of our favorite places to “sip & swing”



Savannah is one of America’s most charming cities. It began as a utopian ideal, quickly entered a monstrous period of success as a center of the slave trade, and then suffered the consequences of the Civil War. Savannah carries all of that in its soul today


Arnold Palmer: The King of Clubs

At the last count we believe Arnold Palmer was a member at 76 golf clubs around the world. 76. Palmer’s former personal assistant Doc Giffin recalls some of Palmer’s most notable affiliations