At the Sunningdale Golf Club outside of London, dogs are free to roam the course with their owners. It’s a tradition that dates back more than 100 years. Secretary Stephen Toon explains the history — and shares his favorite story from the dog-friendly links.
There have been 10 holes-in-one this summer at the Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord, Mass. That string of good fortune prompted Bill Littlefield to pick up a golf club for the first time in nearly a half-century in hopes of sinking No. 11.
In 2012, we introduced you to Dan McLaughlin, the Oregon man who was putting the 10,000 Hours Rule to the test on the golf course. McLaughlin had never picked up a club before his project began five years ago. Only A Game checked back in to see how Dan is doing.
In his new book “Men In Green,” Sports Illustrated’s Michael Bamberger reconnects with some of the golfers he’s met while covering the sport. The author joins Bill Littlfield to discuss the project.
One of golf’s most storied institutions is welcoming its first female members. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews, Scotland, announced Tuesday that seven women are now honorary members of the club, including Queen Elizabeth’s daughter Princess Anne and golfer Annika Sorenstam.
After 35 years, the PGA’s Champions Tour is still extending older golfers’ careers. And this week, the tour announced a major business deal. OAG’s Doug Tribou talks with golf great Hale Irwin and others about the history and future of the tour.
Golf legend Gary Player joins us to discuss the death of the tree that plagued U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower’s golf game.
In 2004, Beijing issued a ban on the construction of golf courses in China. But since the moratorium went into effect, no other country has built more golf courses. Author Dan Washburn joins Bill Littlefield to discuss his new book “The Forbidden Game.”
Want to improve your golf game? Crank up the music. A new study finds that listening to music while putting improves accuracy. Clarkson Professor Ali Boolani joins Bill Littlefield to explain.
When a sports writer penned a fictional interview making fun of Tiger Woods, the world’s best-known golfer responded in his own article. It was published on a website run by another sports icon: Derek Jeter.