• 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,

  • Golf in the Dominican Republic

    Golf in the Dominican Republic0

    Punta Cana Resorts Offer Family Fun, Plus Spectacular Golf By Leigh MacKay The Dominican Republic’s slogan is “The DR Has It All,” and I experienced three of the best venues—Barcelo, Iberostar, and Casa de Campo—on the eastern end of the island that did, indeed, have it all. With its natural beauty, tropical climate, and man-made

  • Ryder Cup Comes to Minnesota

    Ryder Cup Comes to Minnesota0

    Plenty of Opportunities for Golf Fans By Greg Wires When The Ryder Cup comes to Hazeltine National this fall, all eyes in the golf world will turn toward Minnesota. The land of 10,000 lakes has deep ties to professional golf and offers a wide array of golf options to the general public. More

  • Mission Hills to Celebrate 100

    Mission Hills to Celebrate 1000

    Celebration Marked by Golf-Package Specials By Leigh MacKay From Oct. 1 through Jan. 15, 2017, the Mission Inn golf package—with its two-night minimum stay—includes daily golf with shared cart, unlimited use of all facilities, deluxe accommodations and breakfast buffet – plus a a four-course wine dinner for two on arrival at El Conquistador lakeside restaurant.

  • Golf in Washington Valley, N.H.

    Golf in Washington Valley, N.H.0

    By Gary Larrabee I got the chance recently to check out what the Mount Washington Valley region of New Hampshire has to offer and I liked what I experienced – a broad range of tracks, nine and 18 holes, all surrounded by the White Mountain. We started with the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa

  • ’17 Sr. Open to Salem

    ’17 Sr. Open to Salem0

    USGA Event Returns to Salem for First Time Since 2001 By Gary Larrabee If the level of success attained when it hosted its first Senior Open in 2001 is any indicator, Salem Country Club will shine in all its glory for the USGA, its players, spectators, sponsors, volunteers and the North Shore economy. As you