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Arnold Palmer and the Presidents Cup

Arnold Palmer was Presidents Cup captain for the United States in 1996 and his final tilt at the helm was memorable indeed

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Tiger Woods: O Captain! My Captain!

Tiger Woods has arrived at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia as captain of the United States Presidents Cup team and at a career crossroads. Just as it seemed the most extraordinary talent of his generation was about to slide gracefully into a more ambassadorial orbit, Woods has pressed rewind on his playing career. Either way, as Dave Shedloski writes, the acumen, intellect and competitive instincts of Woods have not changed a bit

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Grate Times: Cheese board

Nothing elevates a party quite like a well-curated cheese board. But what to include…? For answers we turned to Tonda Corrente, aka La Femme du Fromage

Shades of Fall: Holiday cocktails

Winds blow, leaves fall, and suddenly autumn is upon us. In fashion terms it’s a good time for cocktails, as the golden hues of Dewar’s Scotch pair nicely with the season’s palette, and a crisp Ketel One complements the nip in the air

Wild Blue Yonder: The Michigan Shore

With beaches that could be mistaken for those in some Beach Boys songs and world-class golf along its coast, Michigan could be the summer destination you never knew you were missing

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Fly: Montana fly fishing

There are words and books and techniques and lessons, and then there is the river and how you enter it. Does the current push you or flow around you? Is anticipation something you learn in a library or in the water under a big sky?

Istanbul: East Meets West

Traveling golfers seeking an ancient culture coupled with five-star luxury should explore Turkey. The best place to start is where you will land, Istanbul, the historic gateway between east and west, before heading south to Belek, a haven of sunkissed golf

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Remembering The King

Three years ago today our contributing founder and inspiration for Kingdom, Arnold Palmer, passed away.

Juli Inkster: The Greatest Half

The Solheim Cup heads to Scotland’s famous Gleneagles Hotel in September, when Juli Inkster will become the first golfer to captain the American team three times. Loved by the players and admired by the selection committee, the popular leader spoke to Kingdom.

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