Municipal Courses list looks a lot like last year’s list, with the top six courses remaining unchanged.
Want to play 18 holes in well under four hours? You need to get in the Express Lane.
Boyne Resorts, the large golf-and-ski operator in northern Michigan, has added a ninth course to its golf portfolio.
Anyone who has spent time with Canadian golfers knows that they love to sing the praises of the late architect Stanley Thompson, who built golf courses across Canada during the first half of the 20th century. Golfweek’s Best course raters also have taken a shine to Thompson.
In between the focus on birdies and bogeys this week at Augusta, ESPN asked its viewers to take a serious look back at Jack Nicklaus' 1986 Masters victory. Martin Kaufmann explains why it was worth the watch.
Bust out the plus-fours, tam-o'-shanters and Calamity Jane knockoffs. The fourth annual U.S. Hickory Open championship is approaching. French Lick (Ind.) Resort will host the national championship of the persimmon-and-featherie crowd July 11-13 on its Do
The silver anniversary of Jack Nicklaus' final major championship has occasioned the release of several new books. Tom Clavin and John Boyette are the latest to weigh in.
Three years ago, Lyle Anderson's business collapsed. Now the developer who shaped Scottsdale is starting over with plans for a high-end eco-resort.
Dellwood Country Club has changed its name to Paramount Country Club and hired architect Jim Urbina to restore its golf course, which was designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1920.
The owners of the Resorts of Tullymore & St. Ives want to make you a deal on a new home. Sound familiar? There’s a twist. The Stanwood, Mich., resort will buy your current home if you buy a home at Tullymore.
The adage that “golf is a lifestyle” has become accepted wisdom, particularly among many in the design world.
Three years ago, Lyle Anderson's business collapsed. Now the developer who shaped Scottsdale is starting over with plans for a high-end eco-resort. Martin Kaufmann explains.
The late William F. Buckley Jr. famously declared it his mission to “stand athwart history yelling ‘Stop!’ ” Buckley almost certainly would have loved The Gasparilla Inn & Club.
Tournament-tough courses await on Florida's Gulf Coast. Martin Kaufmann reports.
The LPGA is playing fewer domestic events this season, but will receive significantly more live coverage. Martin Kaufmann has the details.
It was 18 years ago when Robb McCreary first saw plans for a large resort on Indian Bend Road, just outside of the 101 Loop. Those plans called for an 800-room hotel, casino, horse track and arena.
Lavish desert luxuries, million-dollar views and priceless golf make Scottsdale, Ariz., a real-world hit. Martin Kaufmann explains.
These days, if you’re looking for the best deal in this golf hotbed, you have a lot of options from which to choose given the recessionary effect on home prices, club memberships and green fees.
On the NASCAR track, Juan Pablo Montoya carries a rugged persona. On the links, he shows a softer, more fatherly side, says Martin Kaufmann.
Projects in the Bahamas and Florida buck recent development trends. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Much of Jim Engh’s formative time as a course architect was spent in Ireland, which probably would come as a surprise to many people familiar with some of his more mind-bending designs. He fell hard for the untamed Irish style, and says he has tried to bring that same no-holds-barred spirit to his own work.
Golfers won’t be able to play Pinehurst No. 2 until March 4, but they can keep tabs on the year-long restoration through a new website.
Once found, Anguilla and Temenos are worth a return visit. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Perry Golf has expanded its golf-cruise operations through a partnership with Azamara Golf Cruises.
Anything is possible on Fiji's Laucala Island. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Brandel Chamblee speaks his mind. As Martin Kaufmann writes, it's a good thing he knows his stuff.
Herb Kohler is betting that affluent golf fans will line up for a chance to buy an apartment in the Hamilton Grand, the 115-year-old building that looms over the 18th green of the Old Course in St. Andrews.
A lot of tournament announcement flow into my inbox, and most of them aren’t given a second thought. But one caught my attention because it combines one of my favorite destinations – Bermuda – with a great brand, Bacardi.
The first thing readers will notice when they pick up a copy of “True Links” is the number 246. That, in the authors’ estimation, is the number of golf courses that accurately can be described as “links.”
Near the top of the list of trigger words that prompt Pavlovian slobbering among serious golfers are these: Hogan and Merion.
Tom Fazio's latest anchors amenity-rich Baker's Bay. Martin Kaufmann reports.
Post-celtic Tiger, the resilient Irish prepare to host the Solheim Cup. Martin Kaufmann reports.
Mark Burk used to sleep in a mansion with a couple of Mercedes-Benzes and a golf studio in the garage. Now he sleeps in a concrete pipe near railroad tracks in Indio, Calif.
After hitting a few range balls, Hank Haney’s newest student wanted some feedback.
Golf Channel has jazzed up its graphics package for the 2011 season.
“If it’s compelling, if it’s interesting, it will find its way onto our show,” Erik Kuselias told viewers at the outset of Golf Channel’s two-hour “Morning Drive,” which debuted at 7 a.m. today.
In a slow developmental climate, casino courses are still paying off. As Martin Kaufmann explains, Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, is a perfect example.
The Fairmont Turnberry Isle took another step toward upgrading its training facilities for serious golfers with the announcement that it had partnered with Bill Forrest, the 2006 PGA of America Teacher of the Year, to open a golf school.
The Northern California public golf scene is headlined by historic courses such as Pebble Beach and Pasatiempo.
Pinehurst sometimes is described as America’s home of golf. Some might debate that point, but certainly few spots in this country can match the Sandhills’ golf history and concentration of notable courses.
Less than 10 minutes into an hour-long conversation, Giuseppe Lama, managing director of The Resort at Pelican Hill, acknowledged a recurring theme.
Club Med, the all-inclusive operator of family-oriented resorts, is preparing to launch a new concept with a significantly heightened focus on golf, tennis and fitness instruction.
When it comes to winter golf getaways, Florida is always one of the destinations that is top of mind.
Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise-ship passengers will get the first look at the new Black Pearl Golf Course, a collaboration between Pete Dye and Perry Dye.
When golf industry executives talk about emerging markets, they’re usually referring to China, various points in South America, even India. But you don’t need to go that far.
Poipu Bay Golf Course, which has been closed since April 1 for greens refurbishment, is scheduled to reopen Dec. 16.
Huntsman Springs in Driggs, Idaho, showcases visionary design work, and trails only Old Macdonald on Golfweek’s Best New Courses list.
Golf is just one of the attractions that has made the bucolic region of Charlevoix a popular retreat for Canadians and Americans for decades. Martin Kaufmann explains.
The Greenbrier introduced a private-label wine, Trefethen Cabernet Sauvignon, that will be served in the resort’s Prime 44 West restaurant.
So, was everyone online this morning booking their Wales golf vacations?