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Sand Hills Golf Club: The Club TFE Profile
A review of Coore & Crenshaw's Sand Hills, the first installment of what will be a weekly series in 2023 for Club TFE members only
Vegas Golf Betting Game
Looking to for a change from your weekly Nassau? Vegas is a fun golf game to play with your favorite foursome.
Why We Hold Fried Egg Events
How and why we went from a one-off idea to a yearly calendar
Jim Nagle on Lancaster Country Club
Jim Urbina on White Bear Yacht Club
Jim Urbina joins Andy Johnson to discuss the design of White Bear Yacht Club
Using Nature’s Hazards
A simple design change that would instantly improve Torrey Pines
Final Notes from the 2021 PGA Championship
Our on-site correspondent sums up a week at the Ocean Course
COO of The Fried Egg: Job Description
The Fried Egg is looking to hire a COO. If you think you are a fit, read the job description below and apply!
Unconserved: Unforced Errors at Ravisloe
Tree plantings and other puzzling decisions diminish the Chicago area's best public golf course
Routing the Ridges: Seminole Golf Club
Donald Ross's savvy, efficient design is one of his best
Stripe Show from the Short Grass
How wide fairways allow the best ball-strikers to distinguish themselves
A Mom-and-Pop Classic: Eagle Springs
How family ownership has preserved the uniqueness of Eagle Springs Golf Resort
Yale: The Great What-If
The grand design of Yale Golf Course
The Sultans of the Steam Shovel: Langford & Moreau
A profile of the architectural team of William Langford and Theodore Moreau
The First Bounce
The beauty and importance of the thud
May Musings: The Real Effect of Bethpage Black’s Setup
On narrow fairways, Brooks Koepka, an underrated Long Island gem, and other topics
Modern Templates: The 7th at Trinity Forest
A look at Coore & Crenshaw's favorite par-5 design
Variety Steals the Show at Wilshire
A look at the Norman MacBeth-designed Wilshire CC, set in the heart of Los Angeles
Bunkerless and Brilliant: The 14th at Augusta National
An analysis of the most underrated hole on the back nine of the Masters venue
Raising the Bar: Streaming the 2019 Masters
The day Augusta National Golf Club changed golf coverage
Home Cookin’ at the Aiken Golf Club
The story of Aiken GC and Jim McNair's homespun renovation
Raynor’s Major Stage: Country Club of Charleston
A look at the Seth Raynor designed Country Club of Charleston, host of the 2019 U.S. Women's Open.
It’s Never Sunny in Philadelphia
Recounting a trip around the Philadelphia area, exploring its public golf offering.
January Mailbag – Part 2
What player island I am buying next to what will be the drama in the 2019 U.S. Open, here's part two of our January Mailbag
Golf and the Craft Culture
A look at how craft-oriented consumers and social media are combining to bring about the second Golden Age
The ComMUNIty Project: A Brief History of Municipal Golf in D.C.
A look at the history of city planning in Washington D.C. and how golf became a centerpiece of the city.
Lei of the island
The PGA Tour kicks off 2019 in Hawaii at the Sentry Tournament of Champions
The ComMUNIty Project: The High Stakes of Municipal Golf Design
A look at the importance of golf course design for municipalities and an introduction of a new series.
Olympia Fields to host the 2020 BMW Championship
Olympia Fields is set to host the PGA Tour's 2020 BMW Championship
Poom goes the dynamite
A slow weekend in golf was capped by David Lipsky winning the Alfred Dunhill and Poom taking home the Indonesian Masters.
Michigan’s Hidden Gem: Diamond Springs
One of the best values and public golf courses in the country is little known Diamond Springs, a Mike DeVries design.
The European Tour tees it up in South Africa while Brooks gets snubbed again.
17×3: The Sandbox
A visit to Coore & Crenshaw's par-3 course at Sand Valley Golf Resort
A Georgia Peach: No. 3 at Augusta National
An in-depth analysis of the third hole at Augusta National Golf Club
Game of the Week: The Masters
The Masters offers a great game to play with friends of varying skill levels. Ideal for groups of four or five but also feasible with smaller groups.
Get to know Beau
Five facts about rising PGA Tour player Beau Hossler.
Game of the Week: The Card Game
A simple and fun game to play on the golf course with four or more players. The Card Game is sure to make for an enjoyable round with friends.
Game of the Week: The Calvin Peete Game
A golf game for a group of 3 that pays homage to the straightest driver of the golf ball in history, Calvin Peete.
Deciphering the code: The 6th at Sand Valley
An in-depth analysis of the 6th hole at Sand Valley
Banker Golf Betting Game
A great golf betting game for any group, Banker will surely get the juices flowing.
Streamsong Red: A Coore & Crenshaw Masterpiece
A rundown of the Coore and Crenshaw designed Red course at Streamsong Resort.
Routing the Ravines: Shoreacres and Seth Raynor
A look at the Seth Raynor masterpiece, Shoreacres
Blue Mound: A Template Tour
Seth Raynor's mastery of templates is evident at his Milwaukee design, Blue Mound
Manufacturer’s Golf & Country Club: A Hidden Gem
A look at the often overlooked William Flynn design in Philadelphia
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