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Course-Hopping Capper

Russ Meyer has been a longtime member of the Cypress Point Club in Pebble Beach, CA, but it wasn’t until [...]

John Steinbreder February 1 2000

One for Bobby

As a young boy growing up in Atlanta, Heidrick & Struggles chief executive Pat Pittard used to walk over to [...]

John Steinbreder December 1 1999

Lee Does Dallas

Chuck Lee doesn’t have to stray far from work to find his favorite golf hole. “It’s the sixth on the [...]

John Steinbreder November 1 1999

Six Sigma, at the Sixth

It was a warm and cloudless day in late February when 64- year-old Larry Bossidy stepped to the tee of [...]

John Steinbreder September 1 1999

A Thorny Five Par

Like any golfer who has been lucky enough to play Augusta National, Richard Priory considers the site of the annual [...]

John Steinbreder July 1 1999

Amen for Augusta

Fourteen-handicapper Earnest Deavenport goes right to one of the game’s holiest shrines when it comes to selecting his favorite golf [...]

John Steinbreder June 1 1999

Power of One

Jim McGlothlin’s favorite golf hole is one he has played hundreds of times. “It’s the 14th at Harbourtown Golf Links [...]

John Steinbreder May 1 1999

Pacific Overture

As the head of a multinational corporation with annual sales of more than $8 billion, Honeywell chief executive officer Michael [...]

John Steinbreder April 1 1999

Blowing in the Wind

Paul Fireman was a 15-year-old sophomore at Tabor Academy in Marion, MA, when he played the 17th hole at the [...]

John Steinbreder March 1 1999

On Golden Putt

Bill Dahlberg doesn’t stray very far from home when he picks his favorite hole. “It’s the 18th at the East [...]

John Steinbreder January 1 1999

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