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Why pro-ams are the best events for amateurs

By Jason Scott Deegan

Pro-ams provide a great way for any golfer to play excellent courses with a tour or PGA club professional. Here are five reasons why playing in one should be on your bucket list.

Los Angeles area course finally reopens after wildfire damage

By Jason Scott Deegan

Robinson Ranch debuted its new Valley course the first week of March, roughly eight months after the infamous Sand wildfire torched 3,300 acres of the surrounding Angeles National Forest

Where to play golf near Augusta National during the Masters

By Mike Bailey

If you're in town for the Masters and want to play a round or two, you can choose from private clubs that open their gates, or more affordable public courses.

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A local's guide to affordable golf in Austin

By Brandon Tucker

While my golf travels often take me to some of the most coveted golf courses around the world, when I'm at home in Austin, I'm walking the munis like everyone else, usually with my dog in tow and maybe a beverage or two stuffed in my golf bag. As a central Austin local since 2008, I've played the courses near my home a good deal; if you're not sure where to begin, here's the skinny on Austin's municipals and courses closest to downtown.

Everything is bigger in Texas, except these great 'little' golf resorts

By Mike Bailey

The most prolific golf resorts in Texas are all mighty in rooms and holes. But don't think there aren't some cozier getaways. Here are a few 'little' golf resorts in Texas.

Ginella's Top 50 courses you can play in the U.S.

By Matt Ginella

Golf Channel's Matt Ginella is back with his latest list of top 50 courses you can play in the U.S. from coast-to-coast.

Best of 2016: Top 25 golf courses in New England

By Brandon Tucker

The best courses in New England, according to your ratings, feature a mix of classic Donald Ross courses and spectacular modern designs amongst scenic mountain terrain.

Arnold Palmer's spirit lives on in these top golf destinations

By Golf Advisor Staff

The King may be gone, but his presence is felt at some of golf's top golf destinations, where anyone can relive great Arnold Palmer memories.

A big win for San Francisco's Sharp Park Golf Course

By Jason Scott Deegan

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors certified a Final Environmental Report for a Sharp Park Restoration Plan that recognizes the historical significance of the 85-year old links designed by Alister MacKenzie.

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In Photos: Dell WGC-Match Play host Austin Country Club

Austin Country Club was designed by Pete Dye and opened in 1984. Tour the iconic course that was home to famed instructor Harvey Penick and his pupils Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw.


Picture this: Bandon Dunes Golf Resort ... iPhone style

The weather did hampered Jason Deegan's chance to get some great photography at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, but he still managed to snap some cool golf shots ... all with my iPhone. You can, too.


Aviara Golf Club stands out in the San Diego market

Located in a sunny golf destination full of luxurious resorts, Aviara G.C. stands out in a big way. Though open to the public the Arnold Palmer design is part of the lavish Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, located just up the hill.



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