A student of golf course design can read into The Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas, and see touches that call to mind the likes of Shinnecock Hills, Pinehurst No. 2 and Riviera. <strong>Bradley S. Klein</strong> reports.
Sharpness of design and proximity to the Caribbean Sea make Corales Golf Club a simply overwhelming experience. <strong>Bradley S. Klein</strong> explains why it’s unlike anything else in the Caribbean.
Cancun, once the Daytona Beach of family vacations in Mexico, gradually is becoming a refined golf destination. <strong>Bradley S. Klein</strong> takes a look at one of the Yucatan's best courses - Mayakoba’s El Camaleon.
Currently ranked by Golfweek among the top 20 of all U.S. university courses. Too bad it’s not closer to the main campus, as it deserves more exposure and more play than the 15,000 rounds it’s now getting.
Strong rating for an Arizona public course and a model for any contemporary municipal facility, yet certainly strong enough to attract regular play from high-end resorts such as the adjacent Fairmont Princess and Marriott at McDowell Mountains.
A stunning technical achievement, one that appears entirely natural, Chambers Bay clearly rates among Golfweek’s Best top 50 Modern Courses (post 1960). It is a fitting culmination to Robert Trent Jones Jr.’s design career, as well as an impressive achievement for design associates Bruce Charlton and Jay Blasi.