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Grip It Good – A solid grip sets the foundation for everything else in the golf swing By TIM CUSICK   One of the most basic things in the golf swing is often times overlooked. I’m talking about the grip. Golfers take the grip for granted far too often. Outside of impact itself, the grip is the most important part …

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At the end of this month, Team USA and Team Europe will once again clash in (arguably) golf’s most exciting, pressure-packed, rivalry-forming competition – the 41st Ryder Cup. Played this year at Hazeltine National in Minnesota, Team USA, lead by a group of fresh(er) faces on the golf course, and familiar ones in the captains’ chairs, will look to stave …

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It isn’t often that a member of the media or golf business gets to contribute to the game in a truly meaningful way. We all do our part to keep golf alive, but usually our efforts have more of a “strength in numbers” type of effect versus a “one man changing the world” scenario. But when those rare opportunities do …

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Being that this is our annual Luxury Issue, it is only appropriate that we take on a “go big or go home” mantra when finding some of the best places to play golf in America. And, of course, by “go big” we mean “go expensive.” The term “expensive” is relative in nature; what is expensive to one golfer may be …

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Miss America 2015 winner Kira Kazantsev is anything but your typical, down-home American girl. Despite the title that comes with her lofty crown, the 25-year-old triple-major Hofstra University grad (political science, global studies, geography) speaks three languages, traveled the world as a child, has a passion for golf (who doesn’t?) and has lived in multiple major cities all across the …

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Every once in a blue moon, the Next Big Thing in every sport emerges from the vast sea of athletes competing around the world. Their athletic prowess dominates, inspires and becomes a thing of legend. Kids spend hours in front of a tire swing to throw a spiral like Peyton Manning. Little leaguers shoot floating three pointers to emulate Steph …

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[slideshow_deploy id=’20948′] If you’ve never been on a golf trip with your buddies, you are missing out on one of the best experiences any avid golfer can have. It doesn’t matter if it’s a two-day trip or a week-long trip, or if you fly 1,000 miles or only drive 100 miles, the golf trip should be a cornerstone of every …

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200 issues … wow, we made it! In the entertainment/media business, 200 episodes, issues, releases, etc. is something to be really proud of, because it not only means an entire company or staff or cast/crew spent years worth of work to create 200 of something, but it also means that you, the reader (or viewer or buyer) showed enough support …

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We all know that traveling can be a pain. Flights can be expensive, checked bags can be even more expensive, the lines are long and something almost always goes wrong with your flight or the weather. If you are traveling for a golf trip, while that should set your mood toward the positive, traveling with your golf clubs can be …

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Dean & DeLuca Invitational By-The-Numbers  $6.7 million: Total purse $1,206,000: Winner’s share 500: FedEx Cup Points 70: Years played at Colonial Country Club 1,290: Number of birdies recorded during the 2015 tournament 259: Lowest 72-hole score recorded by Zach Johnson in 2010 61: The lowest round ever recorded at Colonial; set by Keith Clearwater in 1993. Five other players have …

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