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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

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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

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Why do we golf?

Is it the fun-horrible fashions we get to wear? The visors? Addiction, obsession, the pursuit of perfection...? Here, two philosophy professors indulge Kingdom’s existential questions and offer insights on why we torture ourselves.

The Boys from Ballyboden

There is only one high school that has produced two Ryder Cup captains, the Colaiste Eanna Christian Brothers School in Ballyboden, Dublin. The two golfers are Paul McGinley and Padraig Harrington and they both spoke to Robin Barwick.

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The putting line

Putting is a confluence of art, science and fortitude, but a successful putting stroke is as elusive as it is prized, no matter how much time and money golfers spend on it

Arnold Palmer & his Putters

There were many times Arnold Palmer thought he had found the ideal putter—it just needed a little grinding, maybe a new grip. Palmer was never slow to tighten his workshop vice around the neck of a new flat-faced stick

100 Years of Latrobe Country Club

The touches of the caring hands of three generations of the Palmer family permeate the history of Latrobe Country Club as it celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2020

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.

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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