Luxury golfing lifestyle

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

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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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Stunner: the Genesis G70

I climbed into the new Genesis G70 with no expectations and I climbed out with no doubts: This is a lot of car, not just a lot of car for the money—though it is that, too

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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

Bernhard Langer: Playing the waiting game

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought many aspects of everyday life to an eerie standstill. Bernhard Langer spoke to Robin Barwick about putting his prolific career on pause and waiting to meet his new grandchild

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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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