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VIDEO: Jack & Jackie bond over Pinehurst wins

Fox will air an hour-long documentary titled “Nicklaus: The Making of Champion” at noon Sunday prior to the NFC Championship Game.

The film, produced by the USGA and Ross Greenburg Productions, features interviews with golf icons Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. It also includes never-before-seen home movies from the Nicklaus family collection.

Until then, we have a treat for you. A new documentary we’re producing features footage of Jack’s iconic 1959 North & South Amateur win at Pinehurst. You know, the one that launched his championship career.

Jack went on to win his first national championship that year at the. U.S. Amateur. You know the rest.

The BEST part of our video is the footage from son Jackie’s North & South Amateur win in 1985. Jack followed him throughout the tournament, offering advice and support.

It’s a really wonderful look at a special father-son relationship.

Enjoy.

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Michael Campbell and the U.S. Open Trophy

A new clip reminds us why we love 2005 U.S. Open Champion Michael Campbell

By ALEX PODLOGAR

I stood there, baking in the sun and wondering just how I could possibly forget to put on sunscreen.

There were no trees near the practice range at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion. And in the midday sun, with barely a cloud in the sky, not even the range grandstand could offer relief.

Stand, bake, sweat and burn. That’s all I could do.

And wonder.

The player I wanted to talk to was hard at work, certainly sweating more than me. And, even as I stood there with my amateur video camera – the one with the funny little squirrel microphone that Sir Nick Faldo had made fun of – and feeling very much out of place next to the network heavyweights, this guy was struggling more than I was.

A lot more.

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A pug-tastic video from golfer Danielle Kang

Wedges at Saticoy Country Club today!.. I had my personal ball boy today 😂😍 #Booda @boodakang

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We interrupt your Monday for an insanely adorable video from one of our favorite LPGA players.

Danielle Kang, winner of the 2011 North & South Amateur at Pinehurst, took to Instagram today to show off her ball boy for the day. 

This little boy happens to have four legs, a wet nose and a meticulously-groomed coat. Meet Booda Kang, a precious pug!

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Pinehurst’s Bob Dedman praised by Golf Digest, David Fay

As the golf world continues to reflect on 2014, we at Pinehurst have been overwhelmed by some of the praise that has been directed at Pinehurst No. 2 and the 2014 U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open.

We are blessed with great leadership as well, which was recognized again in the January 2015 issue of Golf Digest when David Fay named Pinehurst CEO and Owner Robert Dedman Jr. to the “Super Six in Women’s Golf in 2014.”

Fay, the former executive director of the USGA, wrote of Dedman:

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Relax with a Hot Spiked Cider

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The Ryder Cup Lounge’s Hot Spiked Cider is the perfect cocktail for a cold winter night.

As a cold front sweeps across the country, we know a lot of you are probably searching for ways to stay warm.

We’ve got an idea.

The Ryder Cup Lounge serves up a killer Hot Spiked Cider that will warm you up from the inside out.

The drink’s spiced simple syrup gives it an earthy taste and the apple cider adds a fruity sweetness.

Make it at home or stop by the Ryder Cup and let one of our bartenders mix one for you. Just remember to sip slowly and relax!

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Make a Hot Spiked Cider at home or stop by the Ryder Cup Lounge.

Hot Spiked Cider 

1/2 oz. Buttershots Butterscotch Schnapps

3/4 oz. Captain Morgan Spiced Rum

1/4 oz. Spiced Simple Syrup

Hot Unfiltered Apple Cider

Orange wedge and Cinnamon Stick

Note: Make the spiced simple syrup by boiling 2 cups of water with four sticks of cinnamon. Add a dash of clove, allspice and star anise.

Mix schnapps, rum and simple syrup. Fill the remainder of the glass with apple cider. Garnish with an orange wedge and cinnamon stick.

 

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