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This month, what America—and many other places, too—routinely refers to as the “British” Open is not being played in Britain at all, Great or otherwise. Take my word for that. But where then, is it being played? In Northern Ireland, at Royal Portrush in County Antrim, for only the second time in the championship’s 159-year
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Since signing with Bonobos earlier this year, Justin Rose’s shirts have become a can’t miss at any tournament. From pineapple patterns to floral arrangements, the 38-year-old’s tournament apparel scripting is like a how-to guide for dressing stylishly on the golf course. His looks for the Open Championship range from edgy to whimsical—driven by the versatile
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Ever since Harvey Penick wrote a slim volume of instruction with a red cover that became the best-selling golf book of all time, golf authors have been churning out 5-by-7 handbooks of wit and wisdom. The latest is a delightful romp through the game’s history called Golf’s Life Lessons by Richard Allen, former captain of
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Graeme McDowell made no secret of the fact that his primary mission in 2019 was to qualify for the Open Championship in his hometown of Portrush, Northern Ireland, where Royal Portrush next week hosts golf’s oldest tournament for the first time since 1951. He realized that goal last month at the RBC Canadian Open, where
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Matt Kuchar has enjoyed a revival inside the ropes this season. The 41-year-old has won twice—with his triumph in Mayakoba his first tour victory since 2014—and posted eight top 10s in 17 starts. He is first in the FedEx Cup standings with a month to go before the playoffs and has essentially locked up a
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One of the world’s best links courses returns to the Open rota, with Royal Portrush hosting golf’s oldest major championship for the first time since 1951. Portrush, ranked No. 7 in Golf Digest’s latest World 100 ranking, has a great lineage—its original design was done by Old Tom Morris, then it was reworked by H.S.
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Matthew Wolff enjoyed a standout collegiate and amateur career, but when he turned professional at last month’s Travelers Championship, he was perhaps known more for his funky swing than for his playing prowess. That changed abruptly at the 3M Open in Minnesota, where the 20-year-old shot 62-65 on the weekend, culminated by a 26-foot eagle
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ABOUT For the first time ever, Golf Digest presents Tiger Woods in his own voice explaining how he does it. Authentic, candid, clear-cut, Tiger reveals the way he approaches the game. Just him, looking you in the eyes, and opening up about his thinking, his strategy, his motivation and his legendary golf swing. • “My
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The PGA Tour heads to Silvis, Ill., this week for the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run, which has hosted the event since 2000. The course has been the site of some pretty memorable finishes, most recently including Bryson DeChambeau’s back-nine charge for his first victory in 2017 and Jordan Spieth’s chip-in at the
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As Matthew Wolff’s winning eagle putt found the hole at the 3M Open on Sunday, George Gankas had his own celebration by the pool. It was the perfect reaction from the unorthodox California instructor who gained notoriety through social media and YouTube videos emphasizing there’s no such thing as the perfect golf swing. And now
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On Saturday, the Royal & Ancient Golf Club officially turned down John Daly’s request for a cart—or as it is called in Europe, a “buggy”—at next week’s Open Championship at Royal Portrush. The R&A’s announcement was filled with all sorts of eloquent language about how much respect it has for Daly, who won the 1995
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of July 8. Wolff wins in just third pro start His voice went
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