The quartet of par three holes at Shinnecock Hills merit special attention, as each is totally different from the other. Players will be forced to hit a full array of shots determined by the ever-varying wind that whips through the property.
The second men's major of 2018 is set to begin with the US Open. M. James Ward interviews architects from around the world to gain expert insights into what's occurring behind the scenes of this major championship.
Poland is perhaps not the first European destination to spring to mind when considering an overseas golf trip, but there’s a lot of good golf going on around the port city of Gdańsk where thousands of Scandinavian golfers fly into every year.
Already well known for its culture and gastronomy, Flanders is something of an unknown quantity when it comes to golf but, with more than fifty courses to choose from, a round of golf is never far away from a good bite to eat and a great beer.
Beyond Long Island's stellar private side, there's a public golf component that often gets lost in the shadows. At the top of the pecking order is Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale.
The return to Shinnecock Hills next month will mark the 5th time the club has hosted the championship. Amazingly, Shinnecock is the only club to have hosted the US Open in three different decades.
What a difference a day makes, twenty-four little hours (miles)… I allow myself to borrow a (slightly rewritten) line from Dinah Washington’s immortal classic...
This is the fourth release of nine US divisional Best In State ranking revisions for 2018, covering the four East South Central States of Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. Only one layout from this region (The Honors Course) is ranked in the US Top 100.
Portugal is still one of Europe’s top golfing destinations and we’ve published features relating to golf in both the north and the south of the nation. We now look at what’s in between, around the coastal capital of Lisbon.
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.