A 27-hole municipal course in Bandon Dunes would be located on a sandy, partially wooded stretch of ground six miles south of town center, overlooking a lagoon and coastal barrier sand bar.
From the playoff between Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera to Tiger's controversial drop to Tianlang Guan's incredible performance, Bradley S. Klein reflects on the weekend that was at the Masters.
As a student of the pro game our Bradley S. Klein knows most of the guys on Tour are so good and of such quality in shot-making and scoring that they can win just about anywhere -- hence the myth of Tiger-proofing Augusta National.
Here’s how the holes at famed Augusta National Golf Club stand up from the (relatively) easiest to the hardest.
Field work for the Rio 2016 golf course began March 19. Designer Gil Hanse and a crew of six workers are onsite clearing non-native vegetation by hand.
His newfound fame as designer of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games course hasn't softened Gil Hanse's commitment to build courses in the field. He's most at home when strapped into the seat of a bulldozer.
Through an arrangement with the China Golf Association, Greg Norman will help shape that country's golf program in preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Sure, he can be brash. But in his Doral shake-up, Donald Trump shows a detail-driven style and devotion to a big vision.
In every way possible for Pompano Beach, its new municipal Pines Course is a return to sound basics of the game.
Our Bradley S. Klein breaks down the par-72, 7,801-yard layout at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain, site of this week's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
After the successful opening last summer of the Martin Hawtree-designed Championship Course along four miles of coastline north of Aberdeen in Scotland, American entrepreneur Donald Trump has revealed plans for another layout.
Pat Finlen, the new president of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, answered Golfweek’s questions on the eve of the industry’s trade show in San Diego.
Having bought Doral Resort & Spa near Miami last year, Donald Trump is now teaming with World Golf Hall of Famer Nick Faldo on a redesign of 36 holes at the legendary five-course property.
They built it and they came, 300 golf fans, media, folks associated with the owner/developer, Mosaic Co., along with architecture junkies who will go anywhere to see the latest creations of designers Tom Doak, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
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
The slow pace of design, development, permitting, construction and grow-in render a catchy phrase a bit forced and artificial. And yet there are ways to hand-pick certain moments of the past year as if they were road markers on a longer journey.
A round at Wynn Golf Club, just off the Las Vegas strip, should be enough to convince anyone that given unlimited imagination, money and nerve, you basically can create something out of nothing.
Sure, the Old Course has undergone changes over the years. But any time the big machines start digging at St. Andrews, golf holds its breath.
PGA of America Ted Bishop and new CEO Pete Bevacqua say that concern for growing golf led the PGA to send a letter to the USGA when the anchoring ban was announced two weeks ago. The PGA was not making some knee-jerk response.
The long putter and the decision to ban the anchoring stroke, golf’s rulesmakers are picking on a pretty obscure and insignificant target. The effort, while overdue, is welcome. At least to our Bradley S. Klein.
Our Bradley S. Klein doesn’t know if the changes to The Old Course at St. Andrews are all needed. But what he does know is the reasons given for making them are unconvincing and not enough basis for tinkering with sacred ground.
We said goodbye last week to an iconic Wisconsin golf course as it shut down in preparation for a major renovation. Our Bradley S. Klein played the last round at SentryWorld before an overhaul that will close the course until spring 2014.
Golf architect Gil Hanse, having returned to the U.S. recently from a visit to Rio de Janeiro, expects to be moving to Brazil with his family in January to start work on a layout for the 2016 Olympics Games.
Tom Fazio plus $15 million equals turnaround at Emerald Dunes
Turns out the golfer won in this week's presidential election, but you wouldn’t know it from the immediate reaction of the industry.
The best-televised sporting event of the year – if not the young century – was almost spoiled by the commercial breaks.
Our Bradley S. Klein takes you hole-by-hole through Medinah's No. 3 Course, where he says the U.S. might not have the distance advantage as presumed.
Medinah's modern makeovers and thinned canopy help showcase the brawny Chicago track says our Bradley S. Klein.
Our Bradley S. Klein takes you hole-by-hole at East Lake, the site of this week's Tour Championship for the 12th time and FedEx Cup finisher since 2007.
Brad Klein says Cape Breton in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia just might be the latest hotbed of world golf development.
Across the Gulf Coast, golf course operators were relieved to have been spared the sort of widespread damage from Hurricane Isaac that the region had endured exactly seven years earlier with Hurricane Katrina.
Crooked Stick Golf Club - site of this week's BMW Championship - is one of Pete Dye’s earliest gems and the course that put him on the map as an iconoclastic genius. Our Bradley S. Klein takes you hole-by-hole.
A dozen PGA and LPGA touring pros - including Tiger Woods, Lexi Thompson and Rickie Fowler - played in the Notah Begay III Foundation fundraiser Wednesday with our Bradley S. Klein looping for Yani Tseng.
No course on the PGA Tour during the past decade has transformed itself more convincingly than TPC Boston.
It might not live up to the hype as ‘the world’s greatest golf course,’ but Trump International ranks with Scotland’s best modern links.
Trump International Golf Links Scotland is in the mix with Kingsbarns and Castle Stuart for stellar modern British efforts.
If players at this week's Barclays miss fairways at Bethpage Black, scores will soar in a New York minute.
Hole-by-hole: This year’s PGA Championship plays out on one of the country’s most distinctive golf landscapes. Our Bradley S. Klein breaks down the course.
Here are the design guidelines that the Old Tabby Links membership gave to Arnold Palmer Design Co.
Arnold Palmer design team rewires and rejuvenates Spring Island’s Old Tabby Links says our Bradley S. Klein.
At Brooklawn, Ron Forse steadily restores Tillinghast’s legacy says our Bradley S. Klein.
The intent behind “half-par” holes – to unsettle the precarious equilibrium of the sporting mind and see how the athlete handles it.
There will be no defined bunkers at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course for the PGA Championship, a decree from the PGA of America that solves one problem but might create another.
Hole-by-hole: This year's Open Championship venue lacks distinctive flair – especially when viewed on TV – but it possesses strength and character.
When the wind blows, Royal Lytham's bunkers and hummocked fairways will transform the course into land-mined terrain says our Bradley S. Klein.
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 2012 U.S. Open was no different than the previous ones, with players stumbling instead of triumphing to win America's biggest open title.
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.
Our golf-course expert Bradley S. Klein offers insight on what to watch for at the Lake Course at Olympic Club, site of this week's U.S. Open.