• Greensboro’s Grandover Resort

    Greensboro’s Grandover Resort0

    Nearby Sedgefield CC Hosts the PGA Event but Grandover Resort & Conference Center is Where PGA Tour Pros Stay By Len Ziehm There’s a lot more good golf to be played in North Carolina than what’s offered in the Pinehurst area. For instance, consider the unique situation in the burgeoning community that is the state’s

  • Canadian Sea Adventure: Cabot Cliffs

    Canadian Sea Adventure: Cabot Cliffs0

    Small-Ship Cruise Takes You to the No. 9 Golf Course in the World Michael Cunningham Our crew hoists our golf gear onto the vessel’s starboard deck masterfully avoiding brightly coloured kayaks and paddleboards. Our goods are now resting adjacent to a flotilla of jet-black Zodiacs, which will soon become our means of “ship to shore”

  • Ritz-Carlton Sarasota Members Club

    Ritz-Carlton Sarasota Members Club0

    Course Features What are Said to be the Three Hardest Finishing Holes in Florida By Dave Daubert Sarasota may be known for its sugar white sand beaches, but this vibrant city on the Gulf of Mexico is also a premier destination for championship golf with over 50 courses in the area. At the top of

  • State Park Golf Courses are Georgia’s Hidden Gems

    State Park Golf Courses are Georgia’s Hidden Gems0

    Affordable, Relaxed Courses Span the Peach State By Dave Daubert We just witnessed the completion of another major at Bethpage State Park’s Black course in New York. I want to congratulate the USGA and PGA of America for choosing a state park golf course to host our National Championships. Bethpage broke the mold of private

  • A Restful Stop at Georgia’s Cateechee Club

    A Restful Stop at Georgia’s Cateechee Club0

    No Houses, Just Pristine Forest surround this Golf Course in Hartwell, Ga. Cateechee Club Offers Several On-property Lodging Options By Dave Daubert On a recent golf trip to the foothills of northeast Georgia, I was introduced to the extraordinary Cateechee Club in the quaint town of Hartwell. Georgia native and course architect Mike Young designed

  • Eyes of the World Turn to Royal Portrush

    Eyes of the World Turn to Royal Portrush0

    The Open Championship Returns to Northern Ireland for the First time since 1951 By Rob Spellman Come the middle of July, the eyes of the world will be upon Royal Portrush.  As host of the 148th Open Championship over 200,000 fans will descend upon Northern Island as Tiger Woods and local hero, Rory McIlroy travel