It’s Year 4 of the Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Awards, offering you the best in our sport. We all love stuff that helps us play better and smarter, and this year’s winners offer everything from training aids to game analyzers, swing analyzers, launch monitors, simulators and more. We’ve also got you covered on instruction, travel,
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Tiger Woods has slighted changed the dates to his Hero World Challenge to accommodate one event in Australia. But another tournament will still be calling foul. The Hero World Challenge, Woods’ non-official event featuring 18 of the world’s best in the Bahamas, is annually held in the beginning of December. A date that proved problematic
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The Seemore Platinum Series of 100 percent milled putters do more than expand the company’s lineup of mallets and blades. What they really do is honor the company’s legendary start while showing how far it’s come at the same time. Firstly, the Seemore Platinum Series commemorates the 20th anniversary of the distinctive putter’s defining moment:
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Jim Nantz has been widely praised for his handling of Tiger Woods’ win at the 2019 Masters, most notably for the two-and-a-half minutes he went without saying anything in the immediate aftermath while Woods celebrated a long-awaited 15th major title with his caddie, family, and other members of his inner circle. A week later, the
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It’s often said that Tiger Woods inspired a generation of kids to get into golf, a fact confirmed by the numerous PGA Tour pros—including one of Tiger’s Sunday playing partners, Tony Finau—who point to Woods’ seminal performance at the 1997 Masters as their reason for playing the sport. Less talked about, though, is another group
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ABOUT Whether it’s a 100-mile-per-hour fastball, a slap shot from the blue line or a knockout punch, the most explosive moves in sports come after there is a buildup of energy. That’s certainly true in golf, where a big, fully wound backswing results in a faster, better synchronized through-swing. That’s the jumping-off point for this
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The United States Department of Justice released the 448-page Mueller Report on Thursday morning. As the public begins to digest the non-redacted information from the investigation, a golf-related detail plays a part in the drama. Since the investigation’s launch, President Donald Trump has claimed that special counsel Robert Mueller had a conflict of interest. According
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ABOUT As a kid, Luke Donald pretended he was Hall of Famer Seve Ballesteros and tried to save par from every conceivable spot around the greens. As a pro, Luke used those practice sessions to help get to the top of the PGA Tour in just about every short-game statistic over 18-plus seasons. Now you
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – “I thought we might get to that.” Jack Nicklaus expelled a hearty laugh when he playfully chided a television reporter who waited for the obligatory niceties to pass before he asked golf’s 18-time major winner about the exploits of golf’s newly minted 15-time major winner. Any conversation about golf is likely to
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On Saturday afternoon of this year’s Masters, my colleague Matt Rudy spotted Gary Player coming out of Augusta National’s clubhouse. Matt knew I was looking to recreate a photograph of Player taken by one of Golf Digest’s earliest editors during the 1957 Masters. That was Player’s first Masters, and he was only 21. Sixty two
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Once again, Tiger Woods’ mock neck shirt sent shock waves through the golf community. En route to winning his 15th major and staging one of the biggest comebacks in sports, Woods wore a familiar non-traditional golf shirt at Augusta. Woods first debuted the mock turtleneck style golf shirt in 2003 at the Buick Invitational. It
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