Our friends at Money magazine recently published their annual list of the Best Places to Live in America, but they undervalued golf! We took care of that for them, reshuffling the deck to identify the 10 best places for golfers to live in America.
A tiny airport in central Wisconsin that's seen an influx of private jets since a Republican donor's world-class golf course opened nearby would get $4 million in improvements under funding slipped into the state budget this week.
On Top 100 tracks from Fort Worth to Tokyo, and courses from Rio to Trumplandia, Gil Hanse has launched himself into the elite ranks of modern golf course architects. How does such a global player remain so incredibly down to earth? Think “caveman.”
A photo of three golfers putting near what appears to be the setting of Dante’s Inferno in Oregon has been making its rounds on the Internet, with commenters doubting its too-crazy-to-be-real imagery and claiming the picture had been altered.
It’s been an eventful year for the planet’s most famous golf course owner. And for a President focused on ratings, the evaluation of his golf course empire—like his performance in office—has come with mixed results.
This year, a few courses haven't merely entered our Top 100 lists, they've rocketed into the upper ranks. There are 11 rookies in all, including a mirage of a links in the Middle East. Seeing is believing, so c'mon, take a look.
An American visitor once asked a member why they'd built the course so close to the local airport. The polite member could only roll his eyes; locals have been playing golf since 1851, long before any airports or golf course rankings.