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Apr 17
The Lodge at Kukui’ula

By Larry Feldman “Sometimes you wanna go . . . Where everyone knows your name” –Theme from “Cheers” Over the 40 some-odd years I’ve been covering golf, I’ve been blessed to go to some of the most spectacular and stunning resorts around the world. But no matter how elite these places are, when I would […]

Apr 15
Stars Lead By Example at the Galleri Classic in Rancho Mirage

By Tim Cotroneo Playing in a Pro-Am can be unnerving, for even the steadiest golfer. Imagine walking up to the first tee of the Galleri Classic Pro-Am and discovering a two-time Masters champion is your playing partner. Adding to the excitement of this moment, you notice the most swashbuckling player on the Champions Tour is […]

Apr 15
Palmetto Hall Golf and Country Club 

By David Theoret In 2022, Heritage Golf Group – the fastest-growing golf course ownership company in the country – acquired Palmetto Hall Golf and Country Club on Hilton Head Island. For Heritage Golf Group’s President and CEO Mark Burnett, the decision to purchase Palmetto Hall was easy. “With the resurgence in golf travel and the […]

Mar 17
Fall Creek Falls and Paris Landing

Two of the Tennessee State Park’s Nicest Golf Courses By David Theoret When it comes to golf courses that are accessible to the public in Tennessee, the Tennessee State Parks have some of the most challenging and picturesque courses in the state. Jack Nicklaus helped put the State Parks on the map when he put […]

Mar 17
Club Connection: The Club at Boca Pointe

by David Theoret It’s no secret that people are moving to Florida in huge numbers, primarily to take advantage of the warm weather. I was no exception, I lived in the Sunshine State for 25 years. One of the biggest attractions for me as it is for many is the fact that you can enjoy […]

Feb 19
The Stadium Course at PGA WEST: Restoring The Glory

By Tim Cotroneo After holing out on the 18th green at PGA WEST’S Pete Dye Stadium Course, it hits you. You’ve just completed a round on one of the hardest golf courses in the world.  You remember the trepidation you felt on the first hole tee box. That was then, this is now, as you […]

Feb 19
CordeValle: California Swank in Private Serenity

By David R. Holland SAN MARTIN, CA — So, you just spent a bundle at Pebble Beach and you are on a roll. Did you know that just 50 miles away is an exclusive golf retreat where it’s extravagant, too, but far less crowded? That is CordeValle, a Spanish phrase that translates into “heart of […]

Feb 19
Course Connection: Old Waverly and Mossy Oak

By David Theoret When a golf course melds seamlessly with its surroundings, that’s Nature’s Golf. When environmental preservation and forward-thinking course design come together, that’s Nature’s Golf. When you play Old Waverly and Mossy Oak Golf Clubs in West Point, MS, that’s Nature’s Golf. It’s Southern Golf at its finest. When most golfers think of […]

Jan 14
Sarasota Sunshine at The Meadows

By David Theoret The Meadows in Sarasota, FL is a community unlike any other. The Meadows has three golf courses including two that are open to the public: The Groves, an 18-hole, par 65 course, and The Highlands, an 18-hole, par 72 golf course. The 3rd course is The Meadows Golf Course which is completely […]

Jan 14
Legend Trail Golf Club

By David R. Holland SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Back when cowboys rode hard and a day’s wage was a pittance, there existed a spot near today’s 17th fairway landing spot at Legend Trail Golf Club where an ocotillo corral sat on the Donohoe Ranch. The horses or cattle held here, no doubt, felt the pain on many a […]