greatest shots from the masters

Since “The Shot Heard Round the World,” and probably earlier, The Masters has been witness to some of the greatest golf shots ever played. Partly because this tournament has the greatest players in the world and, because of that, these players tend to rise to the occasion when a little extra is needed. Here is a compilation of Masters shots […]

the 2020 open championship – why it was a no-show

It is difficult to imagine a year of golf without crowning the “Champion Golfer of the Year.” A year without the Open Championship is simply unfulfilling. It leaves a hole. But in the year of Covid, it was unavoidable. But why? Even the two-year Spanish Flu pandemic 100 years ago failed to halt the proceedings. WWII did, but that’s hardly […]

ace on same hole two days in a row?

Andrew von Lossow knows how this is done. He’s just accomplished the feat, and during a USGA qualifier, too. Andrew, who has been around golf his whole life – his dad, Jim, is a former golf pro who still maintains a shop refurbishing hickory golf clubs – was, like everyone else, at a loss for words, but, yes, the hole-in-one […]

new president for ASGCA

Video message on the role of golf course architects available at BROOKFIELD, Wis. – Forrest Richardson, ASGCA, of Phoenix, is the new president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA). He is ASGCA’s 75th-year president and will serve in the role until the ASGCA Annual Meeting in October 2021. Richardson has had a lifelong ambition to work […]

latrobe cc celebrating 100 years

Three generations of the Palmer family have lovingly shepherded this gracious country club through ups and downs, renovations and changes. Arnold Palmer acquired the course in 1971 and immediately turned to his assistant Doc Giffen and said he would serve as secretary and treasurer. In this article on the Kingdom Magazine website, Giffen tells what 100 years of Latrobe has […]