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This space has always been dedicated to the traveling golfer, those who have the time and inclination to stroll the Emerald Aisle, grab a...
Barefoot Resort

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At its apex, Myrtle Beach had more than one hundred and twenty golf courses in operation. Now there are a little more than ninety,...

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What’s the best state for golf in America? A question that always fosters great debate. Hard to beat the Northeast, especially New York and New Jersey....

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Although the perception of golf as an elitist game is slowly dissipating, that long-held view by the general public is partially the fault of...

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Now it's known as Trump National—Doral. But back in 1962, when it was originally founded, the Doral Resort earned its name by combining the...
Entrada

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St. George, Utah, about three hundred miles due south of Salt Lake City, located straight down Interstate 15, has morphed from a sleepy little...
The Harvester Golf Club

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There might be a few individuals who are more knowledgeable about the golf scene in Iowa than J.D. Turner, but it would be a...
Firekeeper

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Despite serving as the birthplace of both Amelia Earhart and Dwight D. Eisenhower, very likely the person most associated with the state of Kansas...
Streamsong Black 9th Green

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Gil Hanse’s hits just keep on comin’… Whether it’s via Twitter, Instagram, Morning Drive or at an airport bar, I’m always happy to answer viewer...
Ocean Course

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While Pete Dye’s influence as an architect is felt around the nation and well beyond our borders, it’s arguable that his work around the...
Old American Golf Club

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If you’re not one of the nearly 28 million people who reside there, you might not agree with the statement, ‘It’s Better in Texas.” However...
Twin Warriors

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Not long ago, one of the major golf mags did an admittedly subjective, rather whimsical listing of the ‘Golfiest’ states. New Mexico was mired...
Stonebridge

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Salt Lake City offers some of the most diverse recreation options in the nation. Most famous for its world-class skiing, the area has also...
Pinehurst No.3

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Even through the thickest set of his iconic round-rimmed glasses, the great Donald Ross would’ve had a hard time recognizing his favorite of an...

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Having toured 23 states, four countries on three continents, it has been another year of stories on short courses, sustainability, municipals, makeovers and effective...

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Montana is known as Big Sky Country, and if you take in the expansive landscape on any given day, views for dozens of miles...
Pinehills Golf Club

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Cape Cod is one of the nation’s most beloved summertime destinations. Just an hour-and-change from Boston, (barring traffic, which can be considerable, depending on...

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There are a surfeit of reasons to visit lovely Colorado Springs, just sixty-odd miles south of Denver, on the Front Range of the Rockies....

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One of my first journeys as a travel reporter was in 2007 and it was to The Land of 10,000 Lakes. I went to...
The Classic

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Nobody is planning on changing Minnesota’s license plate slogan from the ‘Land of 10,000 Lakes’ to the ‘Land of 10,000 Links.’ However golf is...
StoneRidge Golf Club

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The Ryder Cup gets underway this weekend at Hazeltine National in the Minneapolis suburb of Chaska. Suffice to say, both the U.S. side, captained...