The late, great Pete Dye is no longer with us, but his incredible body of work will live on as a testimonial of his creativity and genius.
Woods has been tasked with bringing Pebble Beach’s Peter Hay par-3 course back to life. It is a richly symbolic partnership.
The courses on our ranking of the world’s best are always challenging and often beautiful, but some of them will never be accused of being welcoming.
GOLF empowers and holds accountable a group of 80 well-traveled — and well-connected — golfers/aficionados. Here are six of them.
GOLF’s Instruction Editor, Luke Kerr-Dineen, reflects on his once in a lifetime opportunity playing Cypress Point in California with a childhood friend.
From Rye to Sleepy Hollow to Ohoopee Match Club and more, our panelists found these courses worthy of a boost into the Top 100.
The most prolific architect on our Top 100 list doesn’t enjoy the name-recognition of a Ross or Mackenize, but he’s every bit as great.
Cracking the Top 100 Courses in the World list isn’t easy. Here are the trends we spotted in the 50 courses that just missed out.
Trump owns 19 courses around the world, two of which have been standouts on our list. Where did they fall on our latest ranking?
Forty-nine courses in the United States made GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the World ranking. Here’s your state-by-state guide.