Golf and drinking often go hand in hand. (Or drink in hand.) Here’s our list of great golf drinks served up at high-end resorts.
Get your credit card ready! These obscene golf course homes are for sale near some of the world’s most famous courses.
Oakmont’s ultra-exclusive swat room oozes history, along with the details of every swat contest since 1955.
There are some very fine Tour-player wine labels, but oenophiles don’t buy the connection between grape and game.
Thousand Greens is a private network for members of other private clubs who are keen to play one another’s courses, except that it costs nothing.
“If I save one shot all week because I’m better rested or fresher mentally, that pays for the jet,” said one Tour star en route to Riviera.
Bandon Dunes has five courses and there’s also a putting course called the Punchbowl. Here’s what you need to know to plan your own trip.
Green Jacket Auctions is one of the leading auction houses in the golf world and has been for more than a decade. In that time, they’ve served up some pricey goods.
Nothing tastes better after 18 holes of grade-A golf than 16 ounces (or more) of grade-A beef. Here’s our menu of nine choice steakhouses around the country, with nine great public courses…