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Golf & Whisky

Scotland gave the world two sublimely intoxicating gifts—and with some care and planning, they can be enjoyed simultaneously

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Tiger's Dilemma

Think about it. Virtually every great player of the last century or so has been emphatically one or the other. It began with master mechanic Harry Vardon, “the father of the modern golf swing” and the first one to sort out all the gears and levers of hitting a ball.

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Dogged Victim | Charm Offensive

Appeared in Fall 2014 LINKS

While putting together this month’s cover story on the Top 25 Islands in Golf, I was reminded of the quality I value most highly when it comes to rating and ranking golf courses: charm. Charm, of course, is a difficult thing to define. There are charming mountain courses, charming lakeside courses, and courses that are charming just because a fine architect made fine use of fine land.

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Ryder Cup Gleneagles

8 Reasons Europe Will Win The Ryder Cup (and 3 Reasons They Won’t)

Honestly, they don’t appear very bright for the American side. Here are 8 reasons why:

1) The Euros have four of the current top five players in the world in prohibitive number one Rory McIlroy plus Henrik Stenson (3), Sergio Garcia (4) and Justin Rose (5).  

2) The Euros have had a more productive year, accounting for ten victories, including three major championships, The Players, and a World Golf Championship.

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