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6 edition of Golf Digest found in the catalog.

Golf Digest

Classic American Courses

by Mike Stachura

  • 26 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Carlton Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Golf,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Sports,
  • North America,
  • General,
  • Sports & Recreation / General,
  • Sports & Recreation / Golf

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8925306M
    ISBN 101842226495
    ISBN 109781842226490

    The new look complements an editorial shift that includes more lifestyle content, intended to appeal to a wider audience and the advertisers looking to reach them. The contemporary stencil-like font Dala Moa was selected for its distinctive ball terminals, which break free from the letterforms so balls can be hidden in plain sight in the logotype and in display text. Throughout the magazine, top-notch photography puts a new perspective on golf in striking, oversized images. Editorial Design Editorial design for the most widely read golf publication in the world. Shorter articles offer more entry points for the reader, and a flexible grid gives the dense information room to breathe. An opponent who accepts can double the new bet, and now it's up to the other player to accept or decline the new bet.

    The author lives in Norwalk, Conn. The designers worked with the editors to restructure sections of the magazine for clearer navigation, simplifying the front of book and creating an uninterrupted well in the back. The game can also be played with handicap strokes. The contemporary stencil-like font Dala Moa was selected for its distinctive ball terminals, which break free from the letterforms so balls can be hidden in plain sight in the logotype and in display text. This extra pressure often produces a missed putt. Even if paired with two strangers who fill out your foursome, most of these games can still be played without interrupting the rounds of the other two players.

    Cartoons and illustrations cut against the dryness of the data, and pull quotes add personality. Throughout the magazine, top-notch photography puts a new perspective on golf in striking, oversized images. This extra pressure often produces a missed putt. Your opponent still has to play the hole and can screw it up just as easily.


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Remember, the goal is to back up a win with another win. The author lives in Norwalk, Conn. However, during the play of the hole, either player can double the bet, at anytime, if they think they can win the hole—even after the other player has holed out.

Shorter articles offer more entry points for the reader, and a flexible grid gives the dense information room to breathe.

In addition to the Dala Moa used for the masthead, section openers and other display type, the team put together a suite of fonts: Heroic Condensed, used mainly for cover lines and display type on features; the Fakt family Fakt, Fakt Semi Condensed, Fakt Condensedused mainly for small headlines in front of book; and Tiempos Text, used for body text.

Editorial Design Editorial design for the most widely read golf publication in the world. This extra pressure often produces a missed putt. With the blessing of Dala Moa's designer, Paul Barnesthe terminals were customized to make them perfectly round.

Even if paired with two strangers who fill out your foursome, most of these games can still be played without interrupting the rounds of the other two players. Throughout the magazine, top-notch photography puts a new perspective on golf in striking, oversized images.

To update the masthead, the designers looked for a font with balls—specifically, ball terminals, which add a playful touch given the subject matter. This process can continue until both players hole out.

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That means the player with the higher handicap always tees off second. If you are using handicaps, always back it up if the next hole is a stroke hole for you. Commercial Typethe foundry that licenses the font, worked on refining the logotype by adjusting the letter spacing as well as the spacing of the stenciling, to make sure the identity would work in a range of different sizes.

The designers worked with the editors to restructure sections of the magazine for clearer navigation, simplifying the front of book and creating an uninterrupted well in the back. The game can also be played with handicap strokes.

The contemporary stencil-like font Dala Moa was selected for its distinctive ball terminals, which break free from the letterforms so balls can be hidden in plain sight in the logotype and in display text. Your opponent still has to play the hole and can screw it up just as easily.

The new look complements an editorial shift that includes more lifestyle content, intended to appeal to a wider audience and the advertisers looking to reach them. Photographs of objects and equipment like clubs and balls are shot up close and dramatically cropped. An opponent who accepts can double the new bet, and now it's up to the other player to accept or decline the new bet.

Inside, the tone is smart, sophisticated, and irreverent, with content designed to engage both golfers and non-golfers.

The format reintroduces photo portraits of the famous golf experts who contribute columns Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, et al. About a quarter of the magazine continues to be instruction——tips and techniques——joined by more articles that contain data and stats about golfers, games and gear, both for pros and amateurs.

Pentagram previously redesigned Tennis magazine. Play safe and wait for your opponent to make a mistake. Cartoons and illustrations cut against the dryness of the data, and pull quotes add personality. Surprising images and graphics bring notes of style, wit and humor.

An opponent who declines loses the original amount the hole was being played for. A stroke hole is a hole in which you subtract a stroke from your score but your opponent doesn't. A variation of the game gives a double bonus for a back—it—up skin that is won with a natural birdie or better.

For the designers, part of the challenge was finding new methods to visually represent the subject—to break up the monotony of pictures of golf course greens against the bright blue sky, or to show golf tips like swing paths in an unexpected way. The opponent can accept the new wager or decline it.Are you looking for the best golf clubs of ?

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