Autumn Splendor—On the Course and Off
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Say the words “New England” and “autumn” in the same breath, and “fall foliage” is sure to follow. Our little corner of the globe is internationally famous for the beauty of its autumnal glory, and justifiably so. Any golf course …

The Roller Coaster Ryder Cup
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It was the best of games, it was the worst of games. The 2012 Ryder Cup in Medinah, Illinois, offered some of the most exciting action of the season, and the biggest fall from grace seen in a long time. …

What’s Up with the Ryder Cup?
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If you’re having a hard time sleeping, go to http://www.rydercup.com/2012/usa/ and watch the clock count down to the opening of the 2012 Ryder Cup. To those of us who love this biennial event, the seconds seem to tick off with …

FedEx Cup
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As the PGA and LPGA seasons draw to an end, fans of televised golf prepare to go into a period of mourning. Winter can seem interminable for those who get their golf fix on the screen instead of the green. …

Walk the Walk!
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Maybe there’s a reason the PGA requires pros to walk the course during tournament play: it’s good for them and good for the grass, too.* Golf courses benefit from decreased use of carts, and we all want to keep our …

Olympic Golf: It’s About Time
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It’s been a long dry spell for golfers who are fans of the Olympics. In fact, there is probably no one alive today who witnessed the last round of golf played beneath the Olympic banner. Golf wasn’t a high-draw sport …

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