We discuss the favorites for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, the best storylines no one is talking about, Tiger Woods’ chances and more.
To tour 17-Mile Drive is to roll past historic landmarks, cultural signposts and scenic overlooks, never mind the remarkable golf courses.
In their own words, six veteran Pebble loopers reveal the iconic course’s toughest greens, scariest shots and the “worst” parts of the job.
A breathtaking muni in Alaska hosts the world’s smallest U.S. Open Qualifier, where locals and outsiders battle for a single coveted spot.
A breathtaking muni in Palmer, Alaska hosts the smallest U.S. Open Qualifier in the world, where locals and outsiders battle it out for one coveted spot.
When Phil Mickleson plays the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, he’ll carry a reminder of his caddie-turned-fisherman grandfather, Al Santos.
In 2013, assistant club professional Mike Duncan hit a shot on Pebble Beach’s par-5 14th hole that is without compare.
Never mind trying to hit it straight. Here’s how I learned to hit the ball as far as I possibly could, from an expert himself.
Loopers: The Caddie’s Long Walk, marries history and biography as it tracks the origins and evolution of a centuries-old trade.
What’s it like to caddie in the same group as Tiger Woods? Well, for starters, you better come prepared for a loud day.