Golf Digest is back with its 2018 article What’s in your golf bag?
The answers are in.
That’s the latest issue of Golf Digest, out on December 6th.
It’s the first in a series of compilations by the magazine’s golf magazine team.
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Here’s the 2018 issue.
The PGA Tour’s course is an enormous and intimidating one.
It took nearly four months to construct.
It is the most popular course on the PGA tour, and it’s so beautiful that it attracts players with the same sort of obsessive passion that a ghost huntsman can.
Golf balls travel at more than 10 miles per hour through its rough terrain.
It can be very difficult to get a tee shot from this area.
It hosts two tournaments each year: the Pardonville and the Doral Open.
Golf has long had a reputation for playing at extreme speeds, but it’s only in the last few years that the Pardonsville has become the world’s fastest.
It sits on the coast of Lake Michigan, which is the only major water body in the U.S. that’s less than two feet deep.
Golfers must get through five water crossings during their trip from one golf course or venue to another, so that they can complete a round without falling overboard.
The golf course is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It houses the world-famous Great Lakes Golf Course in Lake Michigan and is home to the famed Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
A tour bus can travel over 600 miles to play on the course, making it the most scenic golf course in the world.
It has a population of more than 8 million people.
It was once the world leader in golf, but now it’s the most expensive.
The cost of a round can go as high as $3.5 million.
There are more than 300 caddies and six golf course maintenance crews working on the golf course.
The courses main course is covered in the famous Mizzium glass, which was invented in 1771.
It had to be removed because of asbestos-like dust that was being released by the caddie on the bus.
It opened to the public in 1972.
It reopened in 1975 and has since grown to host two of the best golf tournaments in the country.
The Mizzia is a famous, six-hole golf course with four holes of par-3, par-4, and par-5.
It holds the record for the most par-6 holes in a round.
The first hole is known as the par-8, and the last hole is called the par 4.
It boasts a large hole in the center, which serves as the tee box for the main course.
It also has one of the world, only two holes on the entire course that are in the hole that was formerly a tee box.
The average round costs $1.8 million.
The course can host up to 40 players at a time.
It takes three weeks for players to complete a course round.
The players golf club is located on the island of Mizziamin, which sits at the southern tip of Lake Superior, and is accessible only by boat.
The field of green is known for its dense foliage and the fact that it’s not surrounded by trees.
It usually takes around five hours for a course to open to the general public.
Golf courses usually last for over 200 years.
The longest course on a golf club has been the Oakmont Course at the Oak Creek Golf Course.
The current record is 9.5 hours, 43 minutes, and 56 seconds.
The largest course on land is the Pebble Beach Golf Course at Pebble Beach.
It measures more than 2,200 acres.
The shortest course is the Mizzi’s Lake Course at Lake Mizzik, located about 150 miles west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The record is 7.5 minutes, 19 seconds.
Golf is a lot more fun when you’re on the beach.
You can drive your golf club around the entire golf course, which helps make it more enjoyable.
You might get the most spectacular views of the course when you play on a sand bank or on a beach with sandbags.
The sandbags can be used to stop the ball.
It costs about $100 for one bag.
The best time to play a round is the first hole.
The second hole is usually played after 10:30 a.