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As loyal readers know, I love Ireland, golf in Ireland, and am a member of a club in Ireland, Ballyliffin.... Read more »
Continuing in the celebratory-if-not-exactly-a-holiday-beer vein, what could be more apt for Christmas week than a beer made in a monastery,... Read more »
Sorry Henry Ford. Seems the most valid claim for the invention of the automobile lies across the sea with the... Read more »
After my pleasing reacquaintance with Pinkus-Müller in February I was happy to recently find what appeared to be a new... Read more »
The closing days of the year often have us looking back and remembering the best moments – or resolving to... Read more »
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Bob Fagan shares his experience living as a homeless "street person" in San Francisco and the lessons he learned.
In the middle of May, 1659, the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony issued the following order: For preventing... Read more »
A couple of weeks before I was to be regaled during a trip to Speyside, Scotland with a private... Read more »
With the notable exception of my fine colleagues at The A Position, an awful lot of golf and travel writers... Read more »
I’m thankful for my Saturday morning golf partners. Good guys who take the game seriously but never themselves. Armed with... Read more »
Who loves a good argument more than golfers? You’re sitting in a dark pub, post-round, and some guy says Ben... Read more »
[Nov. 16, 2010]– Sure, I wish I’d been in Chico, California on Monday night, at the 30th Anniversary Party Sierra... Read more »
Let’s say you’re at a coffee shop and you’ve just ordered a double latte. The price on the menu board... Read more »
While I did not make any eagles on either the King’s or Queen’s golf courses at Gleneagles Resort, in Scotland,... Read more »