This is the third release of nine US divisional Best In State ranking revisions for 2018, covering the four West South Central States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. Only two courses from this region are ranked in the US Top 100.
Last year, a decision was made to renovate the bunkers on the main 18-hole Mussenden course, so architect Martin Hawtree and the SOL construction company were contracted to carry out the alterations, starting in October 2017.
Last Thursday’s media rollout for this summer's upcoming US Junior Amateur at Baltusrol Golf Club provided an interesting peak behind the scenes at the historic Garden State club.
Ballyliffin Golf Club’s Glashedy course stages the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this coming July – the first time the event has ventured into wild Donegal – we simply had to play the course and enjoy the craic.
We were recently invited to play the newly renovated Himalayas nine at Prince’s Golf Club and we’re thrilled to report that the work carried out by the renowned firm of international golf course architects, Mackenzie & Ebert, is of the highest quality.
This is the second release of nine US divisional Best In State ranking revisions for 2018, covering the eight Mountain States of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Six courses from this region are ranked in the US Top 100.
This is the first announcement of nine US divisional Best In State ranking revisions for 2018, starting with the five Pacific States of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Seventeen courses from this western region are ranked in the national Top 100.
We recently visited La Rioja where the city of Logroño is at the centre of the wine trade in the famous grape growing region. It seemed like the ideal opportunity to discover just how good the golf product was among the vineyards of northern Spain.
Time is golf’s Achilles' heel. Often it takes too long to play eighteen holes, or at least it feels too long when you’re playing at snail’s pace behind groups of slower golfers. Waiting to play your shot time after time is no fun at all. I actually become murderous.
Until the start of the 82nd Masters the name Patrick Reed was more synonymous with team play competition -- showing his stature as "Captain America" in recent Ryder and President's Cup Matches in linking raw emotion with vintage clutch play.