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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 […]

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Members on the move: multi-club memberships

There will come a point when lockdown can stand down and when it does, golfers will appreciate time on the golf course more than ever. Golfers will still want to sign up to memberships, yet they have become more discerning and expect a greater return

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Women on Course

In 2005 Donna Hoffman launched Women on Course and quickly grew the organization into a game-changer for getting women into golf.

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Road Trips

Top down, pedal down. America might not have invented roads, but it’s fair to say she invented road trips. Here, the editor checks the mirror to see how we got rolling

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Highland Tiki

While rum is the spirit most associated with tropical “tiki” drinks, Scotch has a lot to offer the genre.

In the moment: Celebrations in sports

Here we remember some of the finest sports celebrations ever caught on camera. In narrowing down a broad range of moments we have established what it takes to create a great, memorable celebration: passion, spontaneity and drama

Kentish Corner: the links of Kent

The Open returns to its southernmost post next summer, to Royal St. George’s in the medieval town of Sandwich, so we headed to the Kent coast to explore its links heritage

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Arnie & Jack: Friends & Rivals

Having turned 80 in January, the great Jack Nicklaus spoke to Kingdom about his friendship and rivalry with Arnold Palmer, which ham and egged for more than six decades

Highballs at Home

“I have just completed a forty-two-day voyage around my room. The fascinating observations I made and the endless pleasures I experienced along the way made me wish to share my travels with the public.”

Cinderella of San Francisco

Only 22 years ago, TPC Harding Park was such a poor cousin to The Olympic Club that the Harding Park golf course was used as a parking lot when Olympic hosted the U.S. Open. Now however, Harding Park is embarking on a majors heritage of a different kind.

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