News for Thursday, November 29, 2001
There is not a better retreat in the northeast Florida than Ponte Vedra.
Private courses for the corporate golfer
Henderson is visibly linked to Sin City by a sea of terra cotta tile rooftops spilling down the hillside and into the valley like the jumble of a Cezanne painting.
Everywhere, it seems, cries of alarm are up: increased length off the tee and the distances modern PGA Tour pros are hitting the golf ball are going to ruin the game.
The best line I ever heard about golf on TV came from a ballerina.
Peter de Savary and guests spend plenty of time in the comfort zone
Stylish LPGA players blend athleticism, femininity
The smart-aleck answer to the question of how to play Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes is “very carefully.”
At Bandon, Oregon, America’s most talked-about golf resort has reshaped a town’s face, pace.
The driver is the sexiest club in golf. Rare is the golfer who isn’t tempted to cuddle up to the latest, greatest driver.
We know you know a lot about the game. If you didn’t, you wouldn’t be reading this magazine.