There have been times the boundaries of the regions we’ve covered in this series have…
Congress should pass a law that every American school child—and probably most adults, as well—visit Colonial Williamsburg. The capital of the Virginia Colony, restored with stunning accuracy to how it was just before the Revolution, is a living, breathing museum bursting with the latest technology circa 1770. Tinsmiths, scullery maids, apothecaries, peruke makers, printers, tavern keepers, and politicians—loyalists as well as rebels—do their thing exactly as it was done some 250 years ago in the Tidewater region of southeastern Virginia, a few hours south of what is now but wasn’t yet then the nation’s capital.
Of the 500 courses designed by one of the biggest names in course architecture, only one offers a golf experience that is special enough to be worthy of carrying his name
The training ground for one of the game’s greatest players, Virginia’s Cascades Golf Club is a Golden Age delight that is still a stern test for modern players