Luxury golfing lifestyle

John Brodie: The Golden (Gate) child

If he had played quarterback for a different team or if he hadn’t found the water on the 15th hole of a 1960 tour event, John Brodie’s path might have led to “legend.”

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Pretty Big: high-class SUVs

If you see the Spirit of Ecstasy or a Flying B soaring somewhat higher off the road than usual these days, it’s because the consumer demand for SUVs (which recently caused Ford to drop its sedans entirely) has finally reached the high table.

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Bubba Watson: Home comforts

Bubba Watson has traveled the world and he and his family have lived in Arizona and Orlando, but for Watson there really is just no place like home, which is in the Florida Panhandle. Watson spoke to Dave Shedloski about his home comforts.

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Ryder Cup time

Every other year the Ryder Cup gives tournament golf a heightened lease of life.

St. Johns Insurance partners Sam Saunders

Advertisement St. Johns Insurance Company and its parent company, St. James Insurance Group, are proud to announce a three-year partnership with PGA Tour professional Sam Saunders, the grandson of Arnold Palmer. As part of this partnership, St. Johns Insurance Group is making an annual financial commitment to the Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation through the “Birdies […]

Down and about in Paris

“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty and the point of life.” So wrote Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States and author of the Declaration of Independence.

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Good Neighbors

It covers only a few square miles, the population has never been greater than 12,000 and it’s not exactly on the main drag­; off the highway an hour or so east of Pittsburgh.

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Tiger Suit Selection

His performance in the U.S. Open did nothing to warm the speculation, but the big question surrounding the US Ryder Cup team this summer is whether Tiger Woods should become the first-ever playing vice captain.

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Old Country Summer

With what is usually a pretty dismal winter, the Brits like to make the most of their summer when it arrives and while it lasts. But when those summer rays do beam down, things have a habit of falling into place in the Old Country.

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The cold blood of Carnoustie

Carnoustie is the longest of The Open golf courses, it is the most northerly and with often unrelenting, icy winds whipping off the North Sea, it has staged some of the toughest championships the game has seen.

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