We’ve made a bunch of aces (and a few double-bogeys) over the past 700-plus issues. Here, we celebrate some of the most memorable of them.
Professional basketball players have loads of natural athletic talent, so it should be no surprise that they have plenty of game off the court, too.
In our latest Anonymous Pro Survey, 52 PGA Tour players dished on best and worst playing partners, drug testing, cheating, Rickie, Phil and much more.
In honor of GOLF’s 60th anniversary this year, take a trip down memory lane and enjoy some of the magazine’s highlights from the 1960s.
Bermuda Open tournament director P.H. Horgan III is set to realize a long-held dream this week: bringing a PGA Tour event to the island.
What makes Oak Meadows Golf Club so perfect is the thread that runs through every square inch of the property: family.
If Stewart’s swing was a work of art, his internal wiring was, shall we say, complex. It’s hard to know if he underachieved or overachieved.
Michael Murphy penned Golf in the Kingdom, what many consider to be the definitive book on golf. It still inspires, as does its author.
Pro jocks embrace golf for all kinds of reasons. For Steph Curry, it’s a de-stresser. Babe Ruth used it as an excuse to get out of the house.
The MLB is stocked with natural talent. They have their share of on-course ballers, too. Here are the four best golfers in Major League Baseball.