• Pinehurst Gets 9th Course

    Pinehurst Gets 9th Course0

    Nicklaus’ Design Joins Pinehurst Brand Former National Golf Club Newest Addition to 8 Strong Offerings By Peter Mumford The golf course was originally known as National Golf Club and is the only Jack Nicklaus design in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. In 2014, it was purchased by the Pinehurst Resort and renamed Pinehurst No

  • Streamsong’s Newest

    Streamsong’s Newest0

    By Grant Fraser Streamsong. I’m not sure where the name came from but it certainly has a gentle, melodic sound to it. Maybe it’s because Florida’s newest 54-hole golf destination is strategically located in an area of the state where there is no noise or traffic, no confusion or chaos, and each day seems like

  • Waldorf Meets Disney

    Waldorf Meets Disney0

    Disney World Surrounds Rees Jones Design By John Ingoldsby Just three weeks to the day after Hurricane Irma hit Central Florida, the playing conditions at the Waldorf Astoria Golf Club were perfect. Coming from up north to witness this remarkable recovery at the Rees Jones-designed championship course confirmed that visitors can rest assured that playing

  • Daytona Beach Golf Shines

    Daytona Beach Golf Shines0

    By Len Ziehm Golf is very much a part of the Daytona Beach scene. After all, it is the headquarters of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. LPGA International has two courses on its premises, the most prominent being the Jones Course – a Rees Jones creation that reopened in September after a greens renovation during

  • Glacier Club’s New 18

    Glacier Club’s New 1844

    Designed by 3-time U.S. Open Winner By Dan Vukelich The Glacier Club, an exclusive resort community north of Durango, Colo., has opened a new 18-hole members-only golf course that designers Hale Irwin and Todd Schoeder say posed serious engineering challenges. Multiple Grammy nominee Michael Martin Murphey performed a private concert for about 250 members and

  • N.C.’s Yadkin Valley: Wine and Golf Country

    N.C.’s Yadkin Valley: Wine and Golf Country1

    First Came Vineyards, then Came Golf By Craig Distl Folks interested in uncorking not just wine bottles, but also fairway-splitting drives, are advised to load up the clubs and set a course for the links of North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley. Over the last decade, this wine region has experienced tremendous growth. There were only five