July/August 2015 Issue Cover Story Troon Arrives in the Home of Golf—Featuring two greatly enjoyable cliff-top courses — the Torrance and the Kittocks — overlooking St Andrews and St Andrews Bay, the stately Fairmont St Andrews has quickly become one of the most prized destinations in the world of golf. Get your Fife on and check it out. Profile: Ageless Wonder—Ask Gary Player about winning the 1965 U.S. Open and his memories are so clear that it hardly seems like five decades have passed. While it might seem like yesterday, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Knight's career Grand Slam. He is forever young. Equipment: Shrunken Heads—Last summer marked the debut of a slew of driving irons — full-size driver alternatives — and now we are seeing mini-driver introductions. Callaway and TaylorMade have both come out with new models. They are easier to hit, but will they catch on? Spotlight: Centennial Golf Club—Centennial Golf Club, in Carmel, New York, is many things to many people. Set upon 340 craggy acres of prime New England landscape, the course is typically buzzing with activity, from its teaching and practice facilities, to its 27 delightful holes.