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Wilson finds a resurgence; Etonic and Hogan could be back in the groove again, too
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?
Take a look at the wonderful and weird from the golf industry's annual meet-up.
National Golf Foundation CBO Greg Nathan and Ship Sticks CEO Nick Coleman talk leisure and business golf travel trends with Damon Hack.
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?
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.
Your playing partners, the course, the setting, the weather and how you play are all factors
From new and renovated courses to trends in agronomy and tech, what to look for at your home course or next golf trip.
It's becoming a morbid annual holiday tradition of mine every December.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is having a significant impact on the tax laws in the United States. Gofers considering a real estate purchase should take note of two important accompanying factors.
With states now free to create their own sports betting laws, which golf destinations are poised to reap the benefits? Brandon Tucker examines.
What does Coul Links, the new development by Mike Keiser in Scotland's Highlands, mean for golfers? Jason Deegan examines the impact.
Ben Crenshaw revealed his plans to restore one of his childhood courses, Lions Municipal Golf Course, in Austin, Texas.
If you're on a budget, buying used golf clubs can make a lot of sense. It can be tricky, however. Mike Bailey offers some tips to consider before you buy.
The Shot Clock Masters is the latest attempt at speeding up professional golf, and the latest hope that one day slow play will finally get somewhere.
The Brits do it right -- match play, alternate shot, Stablefords, etc. -- to keep things moving. If you've had enough of stroke play, here are 10 suggestions.
Cobra has long been one of golf's more stylish brands. Their new KING F8 irons blend sharp looks with some fascinating technology, all aimed at helping golfers play better.
Not all golf resorts are created equal. Some just seem to "get it" more than others. Why? We have a few theories...
Municipal golf courses are battling the struggles of the golf industry, developers, aging infrastructure and government budget shortfalls to stay open and serve their communities.
Golf course renovations are happening all over the place. Here are the ones to watch out for in 2018.
Constant fears of drought, wildfires and flooding prove just how fragile California's ecosystem really is. That's why northern California's top golf resorts work harder than most on green initiatives to protect their special environments.
Thinking of moving or buying a second home in or near a golf community? Consider this:
Hundreds of millions of dollars pouring into course, accommodations and amenities renovations.
What do Boomers want? See this new golf course residential community's take on the future of 55 & up living.
Tom Doak's suburban Denver design is a model for affordable public golf.
Melreese one step closer to being transformed into an MLS soccer stadium.
ATLANTA -- The new reversible Bobby Jones Golf Course is being billed as one of the most innovative golf courses in the world. And that's true. The way it uses land could start a new trend in public golf and continue a growing trend of building flexible golf layouts that can be enjoyed by every level of player.
With "good bones," Pawleys Plantation's opportunities for improvement are relevant everywhere.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Every time I glanced over at Kevin Sutherland's table, he was laughing. And smiling. Or both.
The technology provides golfers the opportunity to play games, famous courses and practice.
Cotton and polyester are *so* 1998. These golf apparel companies are using some less traditional materials in their products.
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