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To the Highlands!

In the remote and rugged north of Scotland, sheep outnumber people by ten to one—but there's room for all on the region's historic links.

Still the King

Arnold Palmer has plenty of passion left—for players like Tiger and what Tour stars owe to the game.

Play Away: (Outer) Bank On It

It's too bad those ancestral Brits forgot their mashies and niblicks when they set sail in 1587 for what is now known as the Outer...

Play Away: New Course Review

A state-by-state guide to the season's most notable debuts and most worthy redesigns

Nice, France Today

The French Riviera's forgotten city has turned into fun-loving Nice, embracing traditions (frescoes, boardwalks), but also updating them (cool, if predatory, hotel furniture). Christopher Petkanas...

Golf Life: Best Buys: Irons for $500 or Less

If you're an avid golfer like myself, you probably get the question several times a year: "I have a colleague/spouse/child/nephew/niece who's really getting into the...

Walla Walla, Washington's Wineries

In the sleepy southeastern corner of Washington state, a quiet revolution is under way. Meet some of the passionate (even obsessed) vintners, chefs, and farmers...

2005 Preview: The Best New Clubs of the Year

DRIVERS The two breakthrough clubs of recent years—the Odyssey 2-Ball putter and the TaylorMade r7 driver—set off storms of technological creativity. The newly released clubs...

City of Angles

As the new flick L.A. Confidential proves, everyone in this town is looking for something. Me, I was on the trail of L.A.'s film noir...

Orlando From the Tips

Marquee restaurateurs, hoteliers and golf course designers have taken this tourist mecca to a whole new level of play.

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