Even our Local Golf Advisor from Chicago played in frigid January.
New golf course owners are hoping to ride the high of Canadian cannabis tourism. Is the U.S. next?
Take a look at the wonderful and weird from the golf industry's annual meet-up.
There is golf beyond Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach and Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Plenty of it, in fact. And while it's not quite on the level as the aforementioned famous destinations, it's a great value and probably worth considering if you're looking for a laid-back buddy or weekend trip. These are the mostly unsung courses of the Gamecock state and well worth exploring.
Carved by time between some of the oldest and newest mountain ranges in North America lies La Quinta Resort & PGA WEST, a world famous golf resort just minutes from Palm Springs and Palm Desert, California. Challenge your game on 90 holes of championship golf designed by three golf legends.
Bodega Garzon brings a luxurious lifestyle to Jose Ignacio, the "French Riviera of South America."
Thinking about the Sun Belt for a winter residence? Before making a million-dollar decision, consider these factors
A PGA Professional and golf real estate expert weighs in.
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.
At Biltmore Golf Course on the site of one of Miami's premier hotels, Brian Silva, an expert on Ross’ work, has restored the course in two stages in the past decade-plus.
International flavor, low-handicap culture make it a player's course
The LPGA offers a relatable, relaxed view of professional golf, from its players to the playing fields.