Tiger Woods, the man every golfer both loves and hates, has returned to golf with some incredibly mixed results. After leaving the 2014 WCG-Cadillac ranked number one in the world, he’s somehow slipped to 226th as of the July 5,…
So far, we’ve introduced lots of beautiful, scenic and overlooked golf courses for players seeking a winter golf vacation. Part three finishes this guide out with more amazing locales in Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia.
In part two of our winter golf destination, we’ve got even more great places to play when the snow’s piling up at home, from Arizona to Oregon. Whether you’re across the country or nearby, these are can’t-miss courses.
Winter can be a difficult time when your favorite hobby requires you be able to see the turf – not snow. No worries, we’ve put together a three-part guide to some of the best winter golf destinations in the US! Check out these beautiful Gulf Coast courses this winter.
What’s an Arizona vacation without a little golf at a very special course? We’ve put together a list of some of the best that Arizona has to offer, continued in this second installment of The Best Golf Courses in Arizona.
Serious golf enthusiasts know the names of the heavy hitters in professional golf, from Tiger Woods to Arnold Palmer, but fewer really know the people behind the names on their favorite clubs. Scotty Cameron putters are world-famous among golfers, but did you know there’s a real person behind the hype? A lot of people think that Scotty Cameron is little more than a name made up for promotional purposes, but he’s very real.
You may not know it, but every time you step out onto the green, freshly cut grass of your favorite golf course, you’re participating in an ancient ritual that has, in one form or another, been part of Western Civilization since the Roman Empire. The Romans played a game called paganica with a bent stick and a stuffed leather ball that any golfer would recognize as the parent of their sport.
Arizona’s one of the best places in the United States for golf, but it’s not just because of the year-round warm weather — the scenery in Arizona is breathtaking and the abundance of land has allowed a golf course designer’s wonderland to spring up in the middle of the desert. If you’re headed to Arizona, don’t forget to pack your clubs for a few rounds at some of Arizona’s best golf courses.
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I recently read and loved this article on Golf Digest, and thought I’d make my own list of cool/not cool things in golf.