Golf Is Back On The New Yorker Cover!

It's been a while since golf, which once received some attention at the New Yorker and no shortage of pages filled by Herbert Warren Wind's writing, has graced a cover.

April, 2011 to be exact and it was a Bruce McCall piece depicting Tiger playing a recovery shot.

Here is the explanation of the latest Barry Blitt cover featuring President Trump.

“I see that the word ‘duffer’ is defined as ‘a person inexperienced at something, especially at playing golf,’ “ Barry Blitt says, about his cover for the upcoming issue. “That’s the word that comes to mind as I watch President Trump plowing one drive after another through the glass windows of American politics.”