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The pro golf photographer has to be athlete, meteorologist, artist and lucky. We focus on the men behind the lens and what it takes to take the iconic shot


Monty’s American Odyssey

Colin Montgomerie is Scottish, yet many of the defining moments of his career have occurred in the United States, from failed attempts to win the U.S. Open to decisive success in Ryder Cup singles matches.


Singing in the rain

It’s winter, and at this time of year, not everyone can live in Southern California or Dubai, so we headed to a European Tour venue in the UK, London Golf Club, where director of golf Paul Stuart offered some tips on how to keep scores low when the water level is high

Top Company

However long it took in 1934 and however nice it was, the drive was worth it for Harold Koch, who made a deal that saw his family’s hat company become the official cap supplier to the Cleveland Indians baseball team. From that deal, the company—New Era Cap Co.

Revival of the fittest

In 1939, Rob Walker’s Delahaye 135s was crowned the fastest racing car in Great Britain. A descendent of the Johnnie Walker whisky family, Walker raced his beloved Delahaye at Le Mans and today, 76 years later, Johnnie Walker has revived the roar of this historic car


Six Things Your Pro Hates About You

The golfing customer is always right, right? Sports journalist and current golf pro, Joe Buttitta, tells you 6 things as they really are, plus one other

A new century strikes

From Tiger's miraculous putt on only one working leg at Torrey Pines to an outrageous piece of magic from Mickelson at Augusta, we select 10 of this century's greatest major shots

Sweet ‘16

Three of golf’s most venerable venues; Oakmont, Royal Troon and Baltusrol will play Major host in 2016, we chart the highlights and drink in the history

The annals of calamity

Fans are used to celebrating golfing feats that inspire and enthrall, but every hacker will empathize over some of the Majors’ most horribly played holes