• Michigan: Land of Pure Golf

    Michigan: Land of Pure Golf0

    Great Beer from 80 Local Breweries Helps, Too By Len Ziehm Michigan has over 850 public courses, more than any other state in the nation, and golf generates more than $4 billion to the state’s economy. You can pick virtually any section of Michigan for a visit and be assured the golf will be more

  • The Ozarks: Golf’s New Hot Spot?

    The Ozarks: Golf’s New Hot Spot?0

    New Course Openings Bring Missouri into Spotlight By Len Ziehm Where do you start in describing all the big new things Johnny Morris has in the works for golfers in the Missouri Ozarks? For starters, how about a prediction? This area in the Ozark mountains near the entertainment hub of Branson will – in the

  • Inside Daytona’s Riviera Country Club

    Inside Daytona’s Riviera Country Club0

    1930s Club Just 7 Miles from Famed Speedway Sports Business Update host and Golf Travel Writers of America member George McNeilly got an inside look at Riviera Country Club, a family-owned club just minutes from Daytona International Speedway. McNeilly conducted an in-depth television interview with PGA Professional Eric Meyers, CEO of Riviera Country Club, a

  • Charleston: Golf & History

    Charleston: Golf & History0

    Patriots Point Links Sits at Mouth of Charleston Harbor By John Ingoldsby The city of Charleston is among the culinary capitols of the world, and for golfers looking to take off some of those extra pounds, the area serves up a stunning setting mere minutes away from downtown. Located just over the amazing Arthur Ravenel

  • Louisiana’s Audubon Trail

    Louisiana’s Audubon Trail0

    Golf Trail Named for U.S. Naturalist By Len Ziehm The 15 courses on the Audubon Golf Trail are good. The trail was named for naturalist/artist John James Audubon, who painted many of his bird studies in Louisiana, and many of the courses on the trail are members of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. They undergo rigorous

  • Lasting Masters Memories

    Lasting Masters Memories0

    By John Ingoldsby The Masters is at or near the top of almost every sports fan’s must-do bucket list, unless of course it’s going to be raining buckets. That was the mid-morning forecast we faced for Saturday’s Round 3 when we embarked from Atlanta for the two-hour drive to Augusta – 100 percent chance of