A patrons carries merchandise during a practice round in preparation for the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Tuesday, April 9, 2024, in Augusta, Ga.

Arts & Culture

Those who make it inside Augusta National this year have the goods to prove it

A group of caddies smile and sit on the green

Arts & Culture

For almost fifty years, they carried the bags of golf legends but also masterminded victories from the tees to the holes. Then, with one decision, their lives shifted, and the legacy of their glory days went unheralded. Finally, that’s changing

Arts & Culture

Because a green thumb is better than a green jacket

Food & Drink

A Co-Op copycat of the tournament’s staple sandwich

Food & Drink

Toast the start of spring and golf’s greatest event with the unofficial drink of the tournament


There’s no better day on the Southern sports calendar to get a little shut-eye


Course news for those planning a weekend links trip

Food & Drink

The “Taste of the Masters” kits bring Augusta National’s classic menu to your Masters party


On fairways across the South, the duo Coore and Crenshaw follow the book (of nature)

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G&G Party Pics

Garden & Gun hosted its second annual G&G Shoot-Out Golf Tournament at the historic Southern estate

Style & Fashion

A Southern company sets the trend with throwback silhouettes for modern players

Food & Drink

In his new book, caddy Tripp Bowden shares the story of how the club’s beloved longtime chef got by with a little help from a friend

Ask G&G

Golf cheaters, heirloom fatigue, and peach thieves


Ben Crenshaw and Luke Wilson form a Pro-Am team to protect an Austin treasure and Civil Rights landmark


One of the best stories you’ve never heard about Arnold Palmer


When he’s not toting his golf bag all over the globe, he’s soaking up as much of his hometown as he can

Food & Drink

What made Masters pimento cheese so special?


The golfer reflects on the course that taught him almost everything he knows


In a town this size, you don’t need a perch at Amen Corner to see your favorite pro up close

Sporting Scene

A growing group of golf classicists are swapping steel for hickory