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Jul 15
Spyglass Hill 

By David R. Holland PEBBLE BEACH, CA – Spyglass Hill Golf Course can be one frustrating round of golf for some guys with an admirable handicap. This golfer has a caddy, he’s eager and antsy with dreams of glory, but man, that first tee shot of the day is long and crooked. For the rest […]

Jul 15
Enchanting Lanai

By Wes Bolyard Think back on your travels and remember destinations that have left an indelibly wonderful memory. Let me help you visit two such places that will add more memories to cherish. There are golf destinations and then there are spectacular golf destinations!  The islands of Hawaii offer idyllic climate, fertile soil, abundant sunshine […]

Jun 15
The Clutch at South Seas Resort: Golf With An Island Vibe

By Tim Cotroneo The Clutch Golf Course at South Seas Resort is the perfect escape for the golfer seeking a Caribbean vibe but wishing to keep his or her passport at home. Located one hour west of Fort Myers, FL, on Captiva Island, the 12-hole Clutch is the resort’s newest amenity during their ongoing beachfront […]

Jun 15
Start Planning Your Family Vacation in California

By Sean Petersen The summer vacation season is upon us. Are you ready to start planning your golf trip and your family vacation? You could also combine the two and make it a family golf  vacation. The best golf resorts in the US cater to families, featuring a wide range of facilities for every family […]

Jun 15
Puerta Cortes Golf Getaway

By Dave McKibben It took Craig Bevan almost 10 rounds before he finally landed a tee shot in play on El Cortés Golf Club’s diabolical 14th hole, which features a 200-foot drop off a cliff and a 220-yard carry to the fairway.  At 612 yards, the par 5 14th in La Paz is among the […]

May 12
Golf on Top of the World at Balsam Mountain Preserve

By Tim Cotroneo Conservationist John Muir may have been contemplating golf at Balsam Mountain Preserve when he said, “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” Standing at the Arnold Palmer Course’s Par 4, 447-yard first-hole tee box, it’s hard not to feel humbled by what is seen and felt.  The […]

May 12
Desert Golf at We-Ko-Pa 

By Wes Bolyard The greater Phoenix, Arizona area is fortunate to have an abundance of exciting golf courses.  What’s even better are two courses where you don’t have to leave the “play-ground” to have an entire day of fun with pure desert golf.  The We-Ko-Pa Golf Club courses are similar yet present their own set […]

May 12
Tamahka Trails Golf Club – A Golf Course With Some Teeth

By David Theoret Let’s start by learning a new word. “Tamahka” is the Tunica-Biloxi Tribal word for alligator. Tamahka Trails Golf Club is one of the wonderful amenities at the Paragon Casino Resort in Marksville, LA, and believe me, this course has some bite. The course has received numerous accolades including “Top 10 Courses in Louisiana” in […]

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 check […]

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 […]