As a longtime Houstonian, I got to see George Herbert Walker Bush a lot – along with thousands of others. That usually came at sporting events, whether he was throwing out the first pitch at an Astros game, calling the coin toss at a Texans game as an honorary captain or attending The Houston Open every spring.
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With "good bones," Pawleys Plantation's opportunities for improvement are relevant everywhere.
Over the years, certain (mostly arbitrary) rules have been placed on golf courses and individual holes. Just as iconoclasts tend to make the most interesting art, these great courses and holes break the rules.
Everyone knows about the basics of course etiquette: keeping up pace of play, fixing ball marks and raking bunkers. But enjoying the game and making it better for others involves more than that. Here are some basic guidelines for getting the most out of your golf round.
Are golfers over-reliant on a misleading statistic?
Jack Nicklaus has been a fervent supporter of rolling back the golf ball 20%. Bradley S. Klein explains why the Golden Bear's logic is off, and what a better solution might look like.
Mike Bailey shares a few common golf phrases he hears all too often on the course that he'd like to retire.
Driving your golf cart on the greens like Donald Trump is definitely uncool, but there are other "Golden Rules" of unwritten golf etiquette we should be following as well.
New toys have created a whole new set of etiquette issues never discussed by our founding fathers Bobby Jones and Old Tom Morris. Here's a look at some 21st-century golf etiquette pitfalls, and solutions for each.
What makes hockey players such passionate and good golfers? Bradley S. Klein breaks down the similarities.
If there's any question whether golf is a sport or not, senior writer Mike Bailey settles that question once and for all, arguing the merits of Tiger Woods, the Olympics, Steph Curry and Justin Thomas.
Many life-long golfers take up the game later in life. Introducing more kids to the game starts with greater availability of kid-oriented golf courses.