• Fall, Winter Golf Discounts

    Fall, Winter Golf Discounts0

    Deals for the Traveling Golfer By Dan Vukelich New Mexico Golf News keeps an eye out for golf discounts and promotions of interest to golf travelers. With cooler weather coming, here are some of the steals and deals you might want to check out as the frost delays begin at home. The Troon Card Golf

  • Memories: Ryder Cup 1999

    Memories: Ryder Cup 19990

    GTWA Member Remembers U.S. Win at The Country Club in Brookline By John Ingoldsby The Ryder Cup teeing off in Paris this weekend conjures up vivid memories of perhaps the greatest one of all – 1999 at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. Located right down the road, I had the good fortune to spend

  • World Am: Golf Experience of a Lifetime

    World Am: Golf Experience of a Lifetime0

    By Andy Reistetter Competing in the 35th World Amateur in Myrtle Beach, S.C., was the best competitive golfing experience of my lifetime! Granted I am an amateur golfer and my game this week certainly is proof of that but I have been up close and personal with golf for my entire lifetime. Club champion, member-guest

  • Sand Valley: A Golf Destination

    Sand Valley: A Golf Destination0

    By Len Ziehm I accept the premise that if you have one 18-holer you have a golf course, but if you have two – or more – you have a golf destination. Well, Sand Valley Golf Resort is definitely a golf destination now. This Mike Keiser-developed facility in Central Wisconsin opened its first course on

  • Night Golf Beats the Heat

    Night Golf Beats the Heat0

    New Avenue for Growing the Game? By Ken Mink The blistering summer heat of 2018 has had a detrimental effect on golf in general in the U. S., particularly in the Southeast and Southwest. Many thousands of golfers have chosen to beat the heat by getting in their shots after the sun goes down. Nighttime

  • Goat Caddies Make Debut

    Goat Caddies Make Debut0

    By Dan Vukelich A golf course resort in Eastern Oregon is debuting trained goat caddies later this month. The course at Silvies Valley Ranch, a 140,000-acre working cattle and goat ranch near Seneca, Ore., employs goats outfitted with saddle bags to carry clubs. The goat caddies, which work for peanuts, follow their players around and