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I wrote up a piece on the not-so vanishing world of bock beers for the spring issue of the relatively... Read more »
There are two things the club world revolves around: money and beauty. Ashley Mears gives an inside look at the global posh party scene.
Writer’s note: Last weekend Bryson DeChambeau was in the headlines. On Saturday evening and Sunday (July 4-5) social and traditional... Read more »
With a light and easy going style, Jeff Wallach’s debut novel, Mr. Wizard, combines the family dynamics of two brothers,... Read more »
Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry and Miller Ferry, generational family businesses, continue to bring great pleasure to those looking to explore the Great Lakes.
Yes, I’m calling this column “Hoard Harden” and that’s not a misspelling but rather a lame pun on the late... Read more »
Pizza's popularity continues to grow, bringing comfort to those all around the world.
The TaylorMade Driving Relief Skins Match at Seminole Golf Club: Of course, I watched the Sunday telecast on NBC-TV featuring... Read more »
In a move that surprised no one, the PGA of America and Reed Exhibitions have canceled the PGA Fashion &... Read more »
Chef Vera Ambrose has mastered the art of Traditional English Scones, and warming her way into your home by shipping them right to you.
When major sports including pro golf return to normal, I hope there’s a twist in the widely adopted practice... Read more »
Participation in both Easter Sunday and the final round of the Masters Tournament, due to COVID-19, have been curtailed and postponed.
A Position Founding Member Jeff Wallach announces the publication of his golfy first novel, Mr. Wizard. Test drive an excerpt... Read more »
Based on the most recent findings and with a few local or county exceptions, 14 states in the US have... Read more »
Writer’s note: I originally planned to share this book review the week before the Masters. But the pandemic reared its... Read more »