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Golf in the Olympics

As of today a kid growing up in western Pennsylvania or eastern Portugal can dream of being an Olympic golfer. This is golf in the Olympics. And that, alone, is pure gold.

Features

Carson Daly

One of the most recognizable voices and faces in American media today, Carson Daly picked up a club long before he sat in front of a microphone.

Celebrity

Lagavulin: Sipping by the bay

Lagavulin single malts are among the most sought after whiskies in production today and 2016 marks the 200th anniversary of the famous old label from Islay

Travel

‘A Life Well Played’

A new book by Arnold Palmer, 'A Life Well Played: My Stories', will reach shelves on October 28, although don't expect copies to stay there for long.

18 2nd holes

The first hole on a golf course is generally used as a way of getting players up and running, often lulling them into a false sense of security. The second hole, however, is rarely as nice—deliberately so.

Taming Troon

The [British] Open’s transformation from a fading relic into a global event was largely spurred by one man

Cometh the Day

Jason Day is a major champion, world No.1, and possibly the best putter in the game right now; 15 years ago, though, his life was in complete turmoil.

Pro

Hades of Hulton Road

Marino Parascenzo—who has reported from four different U.S. Opens at Oakmont—reports on the player protests, sharp-toothed rakes and battered egos of Oakmont.

Into the Great Wide Opens

Near the end of last year, a new “Big Three” was installed as golf’s post-Tiger Woods era began to take shape.

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