Episodes
The Golf Advisor Staff covers the latest in golf course design, travel and other news and notable figures in the game.
The uncut interview between Matt Ginella and Ogilvy from Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale.
From new and renovated courses to trends in agronomy and tech, what to look for at your home course or next golf trip.
Brad Klein and Tim Gavrich sit down with to know two architects with decades of experience and unique stories to share.
On a recent trip to Houston, Golf Advisor Editor-at-Large spoke with two titans of Texas golf, and two of the most entertaining personalities in the game.
Golf Advisor Senior Writer Tim Gavrich and Ginella recap their visit to Coore & Crenshaw's newest course.
Golf Advisor's Brandon Tucker and Brad Klein join Dana Fry at Arcadia Bluffs to discuss his new design and more
More golf news
Recovery from Hurricane Maria has been difficult, but island's golf and resort tourism set to be better than ever.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. - As a member of the working media, I'm not allowed to cheer for anybody.
The tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula has made a big comeback from recent hurricanes and cartel violence. Here's what's new in golf and resorts around Cabo San Lucas.
New golf course owners are hoping to ride the high of Canadian cannabis tourism. Is the U.S. next?
A second Virginia property is the latest design from the late architect rescued from the brink.
Bodega Garzon brings a luxurious lifestyle to Jose Ignacio, the "French Riviera of South America."
In an age of 320-yard drives, launch monitors, hand-held GPS devices and anguish about declining player participation, whoever thought that a nine-hole municipal golf course shoe-horned into a tree-lined residential area and only 2,480 yards long could point the way to the game’s healthy future?
These public, resort and semi-private courses in the U.S. are undergoing extensive facelifts.
From new holes to revamped hotels and clubhouses, there's a lot of new things to see this peak season
When it comes to golf, the city of Houston might have hit the jackpot.
From star architects to under-the-radar builders, golf course construction crawls along
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