Four months after starting our state revisions at the Pacific, we’ve now reached the Atlantic. In this release we’re reviewing the eight states of Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.
Gil Hanse wasn’t competing with his Olympic Games creation in Rio when designing his first Asian course, however the concept was bound to make headlines: A recreation of the lost, legendary Lido.
Due to Canyata’s intense privacy there’s very little information on the Internet about it. So how do you properly evaluate this course? I’m not sure, because there’s certainly nowhere else I’ve played to which it compares.
In this Best in State refresh, we take a closer look at the golf-rich states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, where we’ve increased our coverage by more than 25% to a total of 295 golf courses.
Last month, we updated the rankings for the East South Central states of the USA. We now move to the northwest to shine the spotlight on courses in the farm belt states of Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Lost Farm is a tour de force. When you make the pilgrimage, play it early and often. It will slowly release its secrets and in uncovering them you will start to see golf as it was, is and can be.
The reference to Tasmania and “Van Diemen’s Land” relates to my 16-year quest to get to the masterpiece that is Barnbougle Dunes. Ever since I saw the launch pictures, sitting in my office in Holywood, County Down in 2004, I was smitten...
Sarah Bennett will follow in the footsteps of her close friend and mentor Beverley Lewis when she becomes the second female to Captain The PGA in 2022.
Three weeks ago we revised the rankings for the West South Central states of the USA. We now turn our attention to Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee in the East South Central Division, adding another twenty courses to the mix...
We’re fans of Robert von Hagge’s mid-1980s course at Les Bordes so we were intrigued to hear that the club is constructing another layout, designed by Gil Hanse, to complement the original course.