Atlantic Crossing

Arnold Palmer crossed continents and oceans to showcase his playing and course-design skills. A favorite stop: the British Isles, which Palmer loved for its fans and for its legacy with the game. Without question, the affection was mutual, as Paul Trow writes. A new chapter in the history of golf was written in 1960 when […]

The major set: major venues in 2016

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 Amazing Mr. Jones

Bobby Jones achieved what O.B. Keeler dubbed the 'Impregnable Quadrilateral' of championship triumphs in 1930. He also founded the Masters.

The Major that Never Was

In its heyday, it was almost as prestigious as the U.S. and British Opens, so what happened to the Western Open? Did it die, or is it alive and kicking but dressed up in disguise?


The Majors of 1961

JFK had ascended to the Presidency, Ham the Chimp rocketed into space and Sixties golf started to swing. We look back at the Majors of 1961.