The culprits: greed, hubris and the demise of free time
Chris Sorensen on why your local course might vanish
Should executives be able to claim golf as a business expense for tax purposes? The industry thinks so.
Paulina Gretzky is on the cover of Golf Digest—and some golfers aren’t impressed
Tiger Woods is crafting a new image as a changed man. Just one thing is missing …
Twitter on Aussie’s victory: ‘Oi, Oi, Oi!’
Colby Cosh on how the shootout has changed the NHL’s regular season — for the crazier
Mercury has ice and golf is riding itself of belly putters
For the first time in eight decades, the Augusta National Golf Club has female members.
The über exclusive club had come under increasing criticism for its all-male membership. Today, though,
Across the U.S., hundreds of golf courses sit deserted—victims of the foreclosure crisis, and golf’s steady decline
Is the golf club giant’s venture into hockey a game changer or a marketing ploy?
Two Canadian developers are helping Cuba use golf to boost its ailing economy
Canadians are healthier in most every sense than a long list of wealthy, developed nations
By many global measures we are a blessed bastion of privilege, peace, freedom—and big roomy houses
I grew up watching the Masters with Dad on TV. Actually going was another thing.
He’s plunged in the rankings, but Woods is still the undisputed fan favourite
Björk versus Canada, Microsoft’s founder sues just about everyone, and Brian Orser exacts sweet revenge