Golf 2010

Robert Gilbert


Great par 3s in the Upstate

They might be shortest holes in terms of yardage, but par 3s often provide the most drama on the golf course. From a once-in-a-lifetime ace to a score-busting quadruple bogey or worse, par 3s can make or break a round... > Read More
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BMW rocks the 'ultimate drive'
BMW rocks the 'ultimate drive'

The most memorable moment from my recent golf vacation in Greer did not involve hitting a 350-yard drive, nor did it include me sinking a 90-foot putt, or even acing a hole. In fact, it didn’t even involve a... > Read More
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One summer afternoon on the 8th hole of Charleston National Golf Club, Robert Gilbert hit a soaring 4-iron from about 190 yards. It settled 3 feet from the pin. It was the greatest moment of his golf life -- right up until he left that 3-foot putt short. That, in a nutshell, describes Robert’s golf game — exhilarating to devastating in two shots. And like most golfers, he cannot get enough of it.