A look at the Streamsong Blue Course, designed by Tom Doak.
A look at the Streamsong Red Course, designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw
Medinah's modern makeovers and thinned canopy help showcase the brawny Chicago track says our Bradley S. Klein.
Trump International Golf Links Scotland is in the mix with Kingsbarns and Castle Stuart for stellar modern British efforts.
As the Women’s Open returns to Blackwolf Run, players will find a brawnier, slicker update of Pete Dye’s heartland masterpiece says our Bradley S. Klein.
The Olympic Club has seen the game’s stars crash and burn, leaving our most prestigious national title to be picked up by a few surprise winners. It all has to do with physics and engineering.
At 5,800 yards from the back tees, par-70 Aiken Golf Club might seem an anachronism. But golf in its traditional form has a long shelf life. Bradley Klein explains.
Conestoga turns stark desert terrain into strategic test. Rater's notebook
The renovation of Stevens Park in Dallas is a case study in how to do things thoughtfully, efficiently and modestly.
Bradley S. Klein: Sandia Golf Club provides a compelling counterpoint to its namesake mountains.
Dormie Club claims a spot among the North Carolina Sandhills’ best. Bradley S. Klein reports.
In our Rater’s notebook, Bradley S. Klein writes that rugged terrain and awkward routing squeezes Shining Rock into a hard place.
Bradley S. Klein writes that Dismal River, remodeled but still raw, flashes its potential in this month’s Rater’s Notebook.
From its first major to today, Atlanta Athletic Club has been fine-tuned for toughness. Bradley S. Klein
Royal St. George’s, host of the 2011 British Open, demands control off the tee and near the greens, even after the ball touches down. Bradley S. Klein reports.
Royal Isabela builds to a dramatic conclusion. Bradley S. Klein says there is a definite rhythm to the holes of this dramatic, cliffside track.
Here is how Waldorf Astoria stacks up by the numbers:
Here is a Rater's notebook of The Golf Club at Harbor Shores.
A Northern Michigan casino course, Sweetgrass Golf Club features a surprisingly elegant layout. Bradley S. Klein explains.
Rater’s Notebook: St. George’s Golf & Country Club