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Been Here? | Heritage of Golf Museum

Not just clubs but balls, books, art, and more fill this greenside collection of one man’s passion

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Been Here? The Walker Cup

Appeared in Fall 2013 LINKS

In terms of its relevance to the greater golf culture, we have to admit that the amateur game has largely gone the way of the stymie. The reason for this is the same as it is for almost everything: money. Compared with previous generations, the riches to be had on the pro tours today are irresistible.

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Been Here? | World Golf Hall of Fame

Appeared in Spring 2013 LINKS

Golf's Hall of Heroes

DEPENDING on whom you talk to these days, Fred Couples (winner of one major championship and 15 PGA Tour titles) does or does not deserve to be going into the World Golf Hall of Fame on May 6. What’s indisputable is that you should go there yourself, if you haven’t already.

Golf’s pantheon has come a long way since its birth at Pinehurst in 1974 when the 13 charter inductees were Patty Berg, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, Jack Nicklaus, Francis Ouimet, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Harry Vardon, and Babe Zaharias.

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Been Here? | Pine Crest Inn

Appeared in Winter 2013 LINKS

JERRY WEST comes from the West Coast in Los Angeles, Roy Williams from just an hour up the road in Chapel Hill. In any given year, those two—along with Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Larry Brown, John Calipari, Chuck Daly, Doc Rivers, and other avid golfers from the world of basketball—descend on the

Village of Pinehurst for the annual “Moesmith Tournament,” named in honor of founders Doug Moe and Dean Smith.

Their headquarters is the Pine Crest Inn, a 32-room facility that is about to celebrate its 100th birthday.

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