• Dream Team?
    Dream Team?Fred Vuich/SI, Andy Lyons/Getty Images
    Tiger Woods won't play for Team USA in the Ryder Cup next month, but he still could be an asset to Tom Watson -- as a troop-inspiring lieutenant, writes Michael Bamberger in this week's SI Golf+ Digital. Full Story»
  • Best Bargains In The Top 100
    Bargain Courses in the Top 100 You Can PlayRob Brown
    Some of our favorite public tracks might be accessible, but with greens fees as high as $500 they're not exactly affordable. We did some bargain-hunting and found the best courses that give you the most bang for your buck, like Rustic Canyon in Moorpark, Calif. Photo Gallery»
  • Too Hot To Handle?
    Rory McIlroy Martin Kaymer Sergio GarciaGetty Images
    Does Team USA stand a chance against a stacked European side with Rory McIlroy, Martin Kaymer and Sergio Garcia? Gary Van Sickle takes your Ryder Cup questions. Plus, the players who made the most of sponsor's exemptions this year. Full Story»


ClubTest: 27 Iron Reviews
ClubTest: 27 Iron Reviews
Our band of 40 ClubTesters critiqued 27 new iron models, ranging from Tour-ready sticks to irons designed for high-handicappers.
ClubTest 2014: 23 New Drivers
ClubTest 2014: 23 New Drivers
Golf Magazine's ClubTest 2014 has arrived. Powering our ClubTest are 40 average Joes, who tested and critiqued 23 top new drivers. Read the reviews.


Blast Bunker Shots to Tap-In Range
Sand Secret Revealed
Use Fred Griffin's 3:1 ratio for bunker shots to instantly reveal how hard to swing, so you can spin it close - every single time
Zach Johnson: The Keys To Better Drives
Zach Johnson: My Driving Tips
Here are the key moves anyone can make -- including you -- to square the face, hit pure shots, and never miss the fairway.

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Top 100 Courses You Can Play 2014
Top 100 Courses You Can Play
In a photo finish, Pacific Dunes in Bandon, Ore., claims the top spot over Pebble Beach in our biennial Top 100 You Can Play ranking of America's best public-access courses.
Travelin' Joe's Bucket List
Travelin' Joe's Bucket List
Travelin' Joe Passov has played more than 1,700 golf courses around the world, but believe it or not, there are a couple of Top 100 tracks that have eluded him over the years.
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