The Good Life Guide: Golf


  • The Good Life : Golf
    Golfers Uncorked
    Many world-renowned present and past tour professionals have invested heavily in the world of wine and are turning out top-quality wines
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Golf's Biggest Mistakes
    Dustin Johnson's rules violation at the 2010 PGA Championship was just another in a long list of screw ups by professional golfers
  • The Good Life : Golf
    The New Best Hope
    Fred Couples brings his magical swing to the Champions Tour and fires up the over-50 competition and its spectators
  • The Good Life : Golf
    America's Golf Mecca
    Pebble Beach will host the U.S. Open for the fifth time in June, a testament to one of the greatest settings for the country’s national championship
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Late Bloomers
    Vijay Singh led the way but in 2009 Kenny Perry and Steve Stricker showed up the PGA Tour’s youngsters
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Golf's Traveling Circus
    The Hooters Tour draws a crowd of pro golf wannabes looking for their big break far from the crowds of the PGA Tour
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Sir Nick
    Six-time major tournament victor, and winner of 43 tournaments worldwide, Nick Faldo is enjoying his new role as a TV commentator
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Golf's Magic Number
    Only four professional golfers are members of the most exclusive club in the game: a 59 in official competition
  • The Good Life : Golf
    No Shots in the Dark
    The PGA Tour has invested millions of dollars in a hi-tech system called Shot Tracker that follows the moves of every player in a tournament
  • The Good Life : Golf
    The Wee Irish Golfer
    Rory McIlroy has already earned the highest respect of his professional golf rivals while climbing into the world's Top 20
  • The Good Life : Golf
    The PGA Tour's Party Central
    The February stop in Scottsdale, known today as the FBR Open, is simply the most raucous, outrageous, unruly four-day golf competition anywhere
  • The Good Life : Golf
    Bogey Time
    The world of golf braces for a tough year as corporate sponsors tighten their belts and golfers cut costs