McKellar Issue #2 is packed cover to cover with great golf writing from both the game’s most established journalists and new voices we’re confident you’ll enjoy. These are just a few of the features we’re looking forward to presenting this spring.
George Knudson is commonly cited on the short list of the greatest ball-strikers of all-time. Lorne Rubenstein offers more than a profile of the Canadian icon–“Come Alive” is a portrait of a friendship, rendered with honesty and compassion.
Geoff Shackelford provides his unique perspective on the Walker Cup at the North Course at Los Angeles Country Club, which he assisted architect Gil Hanse in restoring. Along the way, he raises provocative questions about the current state of golf architecture.
With the Ballybandon Sheep Ranch facing an uncertain future, Thomas Dunne and friends travel to the Oregon coast for a dawn-to-dusk exploration of one of golf’s great curiosities.
Many of the production techniques behind televised golf today stem from a single source–“Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf.” Michael Croley tells the story of the first decade of this seminal, globetrotting program.