- Getty ImagesRoyal Liverpool Golf Club, host of the fast-approaching Open Championship, may not be the most beautiful course, but its links offer a better form of golf, writes Michael Bamberger. Just ask Tiger Woods. Full Story»
- Larry LambrechtThe lure of links golf first summoned Joe Passov in 1992, when he traveled to Scotland to cover the Solheim Cup. After 22 years of flapping flagsticks and attempted knock-down shots at places like Ballybunion, here are his all-time favorite links experiences. Photo Gallery»
- As if links courses weren't tough enough, they're often riddled with pot bunkers. Top 100 Teacher Brady Riggs tells you all you need to know when facing a steep shot to escape the sand and get back on the fairway. Go to Video»
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Know Before You Go PerryGolf's Gordon Dalgleish has a few tips for anyone planning a links golf trip overseas.
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