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I knew Bill Shean at the University of Michigan, where we were caddie-scholars. Bill was the best golfer in the house, mostly self-taught. Blue-eyed and with a big, toothy smile, he reminded me of a Kennedy.
A few weeks ago we introduced "Golf Digest Stories," audio versions of some of our all-time favorite stories. The first installment was a poignant essay by John Barton called "My Last Round," in which
How to make the New York version of this classic dessert – with a berry compote topping for a touch of panache A favourite in ancient Rome, cheesecake is now more commonly associated with the new world,
(CNN) — Cape Town is one of the world's most beautiful cities. From almost any vantage point, there's a mountain or an ocean in view, and often both. The weather is notoriously fickle -- it's easy to four
Flip the triangle: It's the secret to great putting If you asked a lot of golfers how to teach the putting stroke, they might say that when holding the club, the arms and shoulders create a triangle shape
Keeping these muscles in good condition will help you fend off a bad back – just make sure you mix it up A strong core isn’t about having photogenic abs, looking good in swimwear or grinding out another
My first year as a head pro, I gave a clinic one afternoon on chipping. After we finished, a student came up to me and said, "I didn't like that. You never told us what club to hit on those shots." Even