In a lot of ways, golf has changed since my grandfather, Claude Harmon, was giving lessons in the 1960s and ’70s. Equipment is massively different, and athletes playing on the PGA Tour barely resemble the crowd Jack and Arnie were dominating during the Lyndon Johnson administration. But the lessons he shared in magazines such as
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ABOUT Trouble down the right side is a game-changer for many golfers. They see the trees, the water, the sand—whatever—and they consciously or subconsciously do all they can to keep from going right. But the things they do rarely prevent a slice, and sometimes even make it worse. In these five videos, Golf Digest Best
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Lee Westwood’s played just once in the last six weeks, a T-33 at the WGC-Mexico Championship in late February. And it’s a schedule, or strategy, that’s produced dividends. On Monday, tournament officials announced the field for next week’s WGC-Match Play, a field predicated off the top 64 players in the Official Golf World Ranking. Westwood,
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