Golf

The Making of The Little Red Book

Apr 10, 2016 By Kevin Robbins

An excerpt from Harvey Penick: The Life and Wisdom of the Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf by Kevin Robbins reveals how one of golf's greatest minds came to share his knowledge with the world.

Dan Jenkins, Hall of Famer

Jan 21, 2013 By Jason Cohen

The pride of Paschal High became the first living sportswriter to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Monday night. 

The Last Resort

Dec 1, 2007 By John Spong

After telecommunications tycoon Steve Smith bought the Big Bend town of Lajitas on a whim for $4.25 million, he spent perhaps $100 million more developing what was going to be a five-star, world-class getaway. The desert, however, had other ideas.

Par Excellence

Jan 1, 2007 By drewwebb

The best golf holes in Texas, according to the legends of the game.

Willie Nelson

Dec 1, 2005 By Evan Smith

“I always thought that if I was having fun doing what I was doing and making a living doing it, then I was already successful.”

Lee Trevino

Aug 31, 1998 By Anne Dingus

Which soft drink’s quart-size bottle did Lee trevino use as a golf club?

The Links That Bind

Aug 31, 1997 By Michael DiLeo

For Texas’ Kuehne kids, excelling at golf is par for the course—and the least their father will accept.

My Front Nine

May 31, 1997 By Harry Hurt III

I grew up playing alongside some of the best Texas golfers of my generation. Then I started to lose my grip.

Babe Didrikson

May 31, 1997 By Anne Dingus

Which sports did Babe Didrikson dominate, and in what Hepburn-Tracy film did she appear?

The Rites of Swing

May 31, 1996 By Harry Hurt III

It doesn’t matter that his most famous pupil was shark- bitten at the Masters. Butch Harmon is still Texas’ hottest golf pro since Harvey Penick.