• Mexico’s Pebble Beach?

    Mexico’s Pebble Beach?0

    Nicklaus’ Quivira Los Cabos’ Views are Amazing By Dan Vukelich “Have you ever walked the golf course,” I asked Quivira Golf Club Los Cabos’ director of golf, Antonio Reynante. “My assistants and I tried it once, but we couldn’t get past Number 6,” the fit-looking 35-year-old former mini-tour player told me. “We had to call

  • Race to Bermuda

    Race to Bermuda0

    Golf Event Set for America’s Cup Race By Alice and Danny Scott Love sailing? Love golf? Love Bermuda? Then your chance to combine all three comes June 1-7 when the “Race to Bermuda Golf Tournament,” a two-person competition, heads to Bermuda to coincide with racing for the 35th Louis Vuitton America’s Cup on Bermuda’s Great

  • Inland South Carolina Golf

    Inland South Carolina Golf0

    Greenville, Columbia Offer Great Golf By Leigh MacKay For those patrons lucky enough to have secured access to this year’s Masters, life couldn’t be better. Or maybe it could! I have a suggestion for those golfers who are making that hallowed sojourn: take your clubs with you and enjoy at least four of South Carolina’s

  • Golf the Citrus Trail

    Golf the Citrus Trail0

    Sebring Offers More than Just Road Racing By Leigh MacKay Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! No, we’re not going for a wild ride on the track of the nearby Sebring International Raceway. Instead we’re going on a leisurely virtual tour of the Citrus Golf Trail. We’ll relax among the gently rolling hills and the

  • Links of Northern Ireland

    Links of Northern Ireland0

    Golf is Only Part of the Beauty of this Dramatic Landscape By Rosanne Zinniger When it comes to golf, the Royal Portrush Golf Club offers a historically rich timeline to satisfy the intellect of the golf archivist. In 1888, the Country Club 9-hole course was built; by 1892 it was renamed the Royal Country Club

  • Myrtle Beach: Golf Magic

    Myrtle Beach: Golf Magic0

    Back Better than Ever after Hurricane Matthew By Leigh MacKay Fully recovered from Hurricane Matthew, the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach has 60 miles of beach and close to 100 golf courses. Both its short distance from I-95 and nearby Myrtle Beach International Airport, with its non-stop flights from Logan Airport and other major cities,