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Northern Stars: Golf in Wisconsin

The Ryder Cup might have to wait to make its Wisconsin debut but for the rest of us the first tee awaits.

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U.S. Open: Rocco, Tiger & Torrey Pines

This week, Torrey Pines will stage the U.S. Open for the second time, 13 years after its debut produced one of the most exciting national championships ever played. Rocco Mediate, a surprise contender that week, spoke to Robin Barwick

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A Man of Words: Jim Nantz

Jim Nantz is a pretty good golfer but put him in the broadcast booth and he shoots under par every time. The voice of the Super Bowl and the Masters on CBS spoke to Robin Barwick

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Two Ways West: Cali golf & wine

California golf and wine each stand alone, but we quite like enjoying them together—if not at the same time, exactly. Focusing on the regions in which both first appeared in the state, here are just a few of our favorite places to “sip & swing”

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Savannah

Savannah is one of America’s most charming cities. It began as a utopian ideal, quickly entered a monstrous period of success as a center of the slave trade, and then suffered the consequences of the Civil War. Savannah carries all of that in its soul today

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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

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