Who says that golf lacks a compelling mano-a-mano rivalry? In our ranking of the Top 100 Courses You Can Play, two heavy hitters have dominated the competition for more than a decade. Now, for the first time in 12 years, there's a new Number One
Tom Weiskopf never donned the iconic blazer, but with four runner-up finishes, he knows where to hit it (and not to hit it) at Augusta National. Here are six no-go spots. Be afraid, players. Be very afraid.
Plan your next trip with our new Dream Weekend series, which gives you the best recommendations for golf courses, hotels, restaurants, and sightseeing – so you can relax and focus on your round instead of your itinerary. Now on the tee: New York's Long Island.