The Olympic Club has tested its fair share of golfers with its reverse-camber fairways. Much of the same is expected at this week's U.S. Open says our Bradley Klein.
Bradley S. Klein: The Mohegan Sun CC provides a counterpoint to sleek casino.
says Sharp Park highlights the reasons why municipal courses are under fire: budget deficits, public scrutiny and mistrust of government.
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.
says after the USGA awarded the 2017 U.S. Women's Open to one of his courses, Donald Trump revealed another side of himself.
The U.S. Golf Association has awarded the 2017 U.S. Women's Open to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
San Francisco's legendary municipal golf course, Sharp Park, averted – for now – legal action that threatens to shut it down. But its battle with environmentalists is hardly over.
Bradley S. Klein: Squabbling over land and money, not surprisingly, is delaying development of Rio's Olympic course.
When Moe Norman would show up on Tuesday afternoons at the practice range of Canadian Open week, the PGA Tour pros would gather around and watch him. They might be the world’s best players, but they knew they were watching the world’s best ballstriker.
Bubba Watson, golf's new folk hero, starred Sunday in the greatest (golf) show on earth.
Conestoga turns stark desert terrain into strategic test. Rater's notebook
Bradley Klein: The rain has taken some of the bite out of Augusta National’s notoriously tricky greens. But the course's SubAir equipment might bring some of that bite back.
Bradley Klein: The beauty you see on the TV screen from Augusta National during the Masters is real. It just doesn’t travel well to your home course.
Gary Player is busier now than he was in his playing days, spending his time on golf course design and being a golf ambassador.
From what I see, too many golfers think of their games not in terms of what they usually do, but in terms of what they rarely achieve. And that normally means they need to play a different set of tees.
In medicine, there’s a legally established principle of confidentially that survives the therapeutic relationship. Not so on the driving range, as Tiger Woods now knows thanks to Hank Haney's upcoming book "The Big Miss."
For 50 years, Pete Dye has built a legacy by getting his hands dirty
Landing the plum assignment of designing the 2016 Olympic golf course in Rio de Janeiro is a milestone career achievement for Gil Hanse.
The renovation of Stevens Park in Dallas is a case study in how to do things thoughtfully, efficiently and modestly.
Donald Trump is finalizing the purchase of the 50-year-old, 650-acre Doral Resort and Spa near Miami for $150 million, two sources close to the deal told Golfweek.
Donald Trump won't let wind-farm rift stop opening of Scotland course.
Who knew that a golf-course design competition could be such compelling theater?
Talk about a letdown. Friday’s big surprise announcement by the Rio 2016 committee selecting a golf course architect for the Olympic Games is that it has put off a decision for a month.
New York faces sticker shock with Ferry Point Park, a proposed golf course with a soaring price tag atop a Gotham landfill. Enter Donald Trump. Is he a savior, an opportunist -- or both?
Golf 2.0 is designed to restructure how we play and feel about golf, without losing the game's tradition.
Donald Trump’s proposed management contract of the Ferry Point Golf Course in New York has met plenty of scrutiny lately. Our Bradley Klein weighs in on the project.
It’s well past halfway through a seven-week hiatus from golf, and I’m starting to itch badly.
The U.S. Golf Association has weighed in on the public debate about San Francisco’s Sharp Park Golf Course and come to the support of the beleaguered municipal layout.
Bradley S. Klein: Sandia Golf Club provides a compelling counterpoint to its namesake mountains.
Supporters of public golf in the Bay Area saw one of their favorite local courses take a hit this week.
When it opened in 2003, Windsong Farm Golf Club had big ambitions. Or its owners did, anyway.
A measure designed to expedite the closure of San Francisco’s Sharp Park Golf Course narrowly passed Dec. 6.
Historic Sharp Park Golf Course, a legendary municipal layout owned and operated by San Francisco, could take a decisive step closer today toward being shut down.
Public Education: A crash course in great architecture just might help your game. Bradley S. Klein explains.
Competitive bidding for plumb golf course design assignments is nothing new for architects.
Dormie Club claims a spot among the North Carolina Sandhills’ best. Bradley S. Klein reports.
Bradley S. Klein: Alister MacKenzie, trained in the art of concealment, transformed Australian golf with Royal Melbourne, site of this week's Presidents Cup.
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.
Turbulent weather has claimed another U.S. golf course, this one a fixture of the PGA Tour.
The Quechee Club in Vermont is an extreme example of the damage to golf courses up and down the Eastern Seaboard, mainly due to Hurricane Irene.
It’s a good thing the fourth round of The Barclays, the PGA Tour’s playoff opener, was cancelled. If not, eventual winner Dustin Johnson would have needed a boat to get to the 16th green at Plainfield Country Club in Edison, N.J., on what normally is a water-less hole.
For Jimmy Wright, the 1969 PGA was but one of many tournament achievements that collectively amount to a kind of Grand Slam of club pro life.
From its first major to today, Atlanta Athletic Club has been fine-tuned for toughness. Bradley S. Klein
We are used to Tiger Woods in the spotlight. Even Rory McIlroy. But the current focus on caddies is unparalleled.
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.
From 1974 to 1994, Deane Beman presided over the growth of the PGA Tour. Adam Schupak explains how he converted a great game into a big business
A final round that threatens (or promises) to be a coronation, but you never really know. But some telltale things today will reveal a lot about the day.
With Rory McIlroy enjoying a six-shot lead and seemingly on his way toward a coronation, Saturday’s telecast should be fascinating to watch. Bradley S. Klein explains.
Friday’s second round at Congressional Country Club offers the prospects of unusually low scoring. Bradley S. Klein explains why.