The recession may be over, but among its legacies is the need to ask new questions when considering buying a golf home
John Derr didn’t just watch Jones, Hogan, and Snead; he played with them and was a good friend
A recent renovation has made the course, a true south Florida landmark, better than ever. What hasn’t changed are the club’s unique membership benefits and its ability to offer refuge from the outside world.
Despite being handcuffed by the USGA, club manufacturers are still conjuring up innovative drivers
Appeared in Spring 2012 LINKS
Talk about COINCIDENCE. I’m in the middle of writing this very column—about Donald Trump—when the phone rings and who is it? Donald Trump. He’d just seen the LINKS 100 lists of...
Golf can really wreck your hands. This product can bring them back to health
Jack Nicklaus has built about 275 courses during his 40 years as a golf course architect, but he’s only called a few home. The Loxahatchee Club is one of them.
There’s a simple way to make the game of golf easier, faster, fairer, friendlier, and less complicated: Change the rules so that the flagstick is never taken out of the hole
FIRST, LET’S STATE THE OBVIOUS: Comparing two great courses such as Los Angeles Country Club North and Riviera is like comparing two Monet paintings—preference is in the eye of the beholder.