Taking Charge

The final-round gallop by Arnold Palmer in the 1960 U.S. Open provides the history of Major championships with one of its more thrilling chapters.

Major Differences

Golf’s four premier championships all have an independent and unique history. They developed separately and many of the original contrasts between these classic events that survive to this very day.

Play on, Playoff

Some of the most memorable moments in golf’s Major championships have been created in the white-knuckle drama of a playoff. The playoff format for each Major is not the same but all have history in this singular way of deciding the destiny of a title.

Golf’s Greatest Year?

In April, though long retired from the cut and thrust of tournament golf, three old friends reunite as joint honorary starters to commence the proceeding of a southern golf championship. On the face of it, there might seem nothing special about three elderly gentlemen wafting their golf balls from the 1st tee and then strolling […]