NBC Sports Group promoted producer Molly Solomon to serve as executive producer and senior vice president, production and operations, of its Orlando-based Golf Channel unit.
On a recent trip to Los Cabos, Mexico, our Travel Editor Martin Kaufmann decided to see what Mexico had to offer on the tequila front. Let's just say it was a good experience.
In Los Cabos, the golf and the views form a perfect pairing says Travel Editor Martin Kaufmann.
David Feherty's wit is undeniable, but sometimes he simply tries too hard on his Golf Channel show.
Grupo Questro is a major developer in Mexico, and particularly in Los Cabos, where three of its properties – Puerto Los Cabos, Cabo Real and Club Campestre – encompass 5,500 acres. Eduardo Sánchez Navarro, CEO of Grupo Questro, talked with Golfweek about those properties and the outlook for Los Cabos.
The third annual Bacardi National Par-3 Championship will be held March 23-25 at the Fairmont Southampton Golf Course.
Jorge Carrera, CEO of Querencia, has dealt with good times and bad in Los Cabos, Mexico. He recently talked with Golfweek about real estate and tourism in Mexico.
Tiger and Phil. Made for TV. Except for those 49 minutes we couldn't see it at all. #Frustrating!
Alison Metcalfe, vice president of marketing for Tourism Ireland for the past five years, recently discussed Irish golf tourism with Golfweek.
Sam Baker founded Cincinnati-based Haversham & Baker Golfing Expeditions in 1991, and in the past 21 years has sent more than 10,000 golfers on trips to Great Britain and Ireland. Ninety-seven percent of Haversham’s customers are members of private clubs, and the company has provided travel services for more than 1,200 golf clubs.
There is the David Feherty we all love - the zany commentator. And then there is his show - which needs help.
At CostaBaja, you can come for the sea and stay for the golf. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Gordon Dalgleish and his brother, Colin, co-founded PerryGolf in August 1984. Since then, their company has organized overseas golf trips for nearly 50,000 travelers – mostly to Scotland and Ireland, but also to more far-flung destinations such as New Zealand and South Africa.
Resort briefs: Turtle Dunes Country Club, a Tripp Davis design, has opened on the grounds of the Fairmont Acapulco Princess and the Fairmont Pierre Marques.
St. Kitts and Nevis: Small in size, but big in appeal says travel editor Martin Kaufmann.
As director of golf at Cabo del Sol, a 36-hole facility in Los Cabos, Mexico, Greg Tallman has overseen changes to the resort's signature Ocean Course, a Jack Nicklaus design that is ranked No. 6 among Golfweek's Best Courses of the Caribbean and Mexico.
Modern links courses earn their own cachet among Great Britain and Ireland’s best tracks
A dream duo of Johnny Miller and Nick Faldo turns into a dream dud for Golf Channel.
Fresh off its best year of viewership since its 1995 launch, Golf Channel is starting 2012 by shaking up its executive lineup.
From exotic trips to private Fijian islands to in-depth features on personalities such as Brandel Chamblee, our travel editor Martin Kaufmann reflects on the year that was . . .
Three years ago, during my first visit to Mexico’s Los Cabos, I jumped on an ATV and drove across enormous dunes to see the planned site for two Jack Nicklaus golf courses.
It’s imperative that a travel case protect your golf clubs, and it’s helpful if the sheer weight of the loaded case doesn’t rip your arm out of your shoulder socket as you lug it through parking lots and airports.
Martin Kaufmann: Dorado Beach seeks to reclaim status among the Caribbean's best.
Martin Kaufmann and Bradley S. Klein put together a list of five of their favorite travel books.
Earlier this year, I made my first visit to the Marco Island Marriott in southwest Florida, and it turned out to be one of my “top finds” of 2011.
The Golf Channel provided nearly 12 hours of wall-to-wall coverage of the Presidents Cup. A bit too much?
In preparation of grinding out Friday's 11 hours of Prez Cup coverage, here are some highlights from Day 2.
Golf Channel's Presidents Cup coverage offers plenty of chances to laugh - with them and at them . . .
When Paul Schock got the idea a few years ago to build a large golf resort in the wild, remote Sand Hills of north-central Nebraska, he found inspiration for the project in a visit to a large golf resort built on the wild, remote Oregon coastline.
Discovery Land CEO Michael Meldman discusses selling luxury golf real estate in a lagging economy. Martin Kaufmann.
The East Course at Dorado Beach arguably is the most historic course in the Caribbean, and for decades was considered one of the best.
The Golf Channel experimented with 'Social Saturday,' and needless to say it is still a #workinprogress.
Sheila C. Johnson is the latest hospitality executive to try to profit from one of Bobby Ginn’s numerous failures.
Despite a down market, Mexico resorts like Mayakoba, located along the Riviera Maya and host of the PGA Tour's Mayakoba Classic, are staying afloat.
Salamander Hotels & Resorts is now managing Sanctuary Cap Cana, a 176-room oceanfront resort.
A few thoughts from a long, long day of Solheim Cup viewing. . .
Waste Management and the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau have created the Waste Management Scottsdale Open, a three-round amateur tournament that will be held prior to the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open.
The UA-ASU rivalry is heated, but the golf is just plain hot. Martin Kaufmann.
Golfweek's Best Campus Courses list is full of tracks with long, rich histories.
“Seven Days in Utopia” – the movie adaption of sports psychologist David L. Cook’s 2006 book, “Golf’s Sacred Journey: Seven Days at the Links of Utopia” – opens nationwide in theaters Sept. 2.
Imagine playing Kiawah and then luxuriously sailing down the coast to play Harbour Town. Now it's possible.
If you want to play fast at courses operated by OB Sports, it helps to get in the Express Lane. The Scottsdale, Ariz., course-management firm is expanding its pace-of-play initiatives with the gradual rollout of its Express Lane program to its 42 courses.
Herbert X. “Tree” Tremont is a multiethnic golf superstar with 14 major championships, a signature apparel line (named Tree Trunk, naturally), a $61 million yacht, several private planes, a swimsuit model for a wife, two adorable children and an overbearing agent. Sound familiar?
Millions visit Branson for its music, and a growing number stay for the golf. Martin Kaufmann.
The PGA of America has some explaining to do with how it let CBS and TNT bombard viewers with ads.
Tiger Woods' woes at the PGA could mean problems in the PGA Tour's upcoming TV negotiations.
Internet company Boxgroove is trying to give golfers easy access to hundreds of private clubs.
If golf fans aren’t satisfied with 28 hours of live PGA Championship coverage on TNT and CBS, they can find enhanced coverage on DirecTV and PGA.com.
Suncadia, a resort and residential community in Roslyn, Wash., plans to open its third course, Rope Rider, for public play on Aug. 12.
Add Pete Dye to the list of architects who have had golf trails named in their honor.