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Anguilla Golf – 18 Holes, 33 Beaches, and 1 Shark

Tim Cotroneo Golf Courses, Travel Comments

In an era that focuses on “bigger is better,” leave it to Greg Norman to accomplish some of his best work on an oasis just 16 miles long.  In 2006, the object of The Shark’s attention was the tiny Caribbean island of Anguilla.  The Australian golf legend believed Anguilla’s 33 remarkable beaches would be the perfect complement to a golf …


The Local Course

Eddie Coleman Golf Courses, Opinion Comments

I’m all for a great deal when it comes to golf. Although I could easily justify spending big money on a memorable round of golf, I’m not sure my wife would see the value of those memories when it hits our bank account. I guess I also have a newbie complex when it comes to being on the stage of …

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US Women’s Open – The Challenge of CordeValle

Beth Bethel Golf Courses, News Comments

The US Women’s Open will test every aspect of the players’ games. That’s the way it is with major championships. Like Pinehurst #2 in 2014 and Lancaster Country Club in 2015, CordeValle will demand the players’ best this year and punish anything less than excellence. Tucked into the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, midway between Pebble Beach and San …

Is Joining a Private Golf Club Worth It

Is Joining a Private Golf Club Worth It?

Darren DeYoung Golf Courses Comments

Joining a private golf club is a commitment and one that you want to feel good about.  If you find yourself thinking about a private club membership, there are many things to consider.  Additionally, a membership at a private club is not for everyone.  Take the time to do your research to make sure you can enjoy the experience to …

When is a Golf Course Too Hard Cover

When Is A Hard Golf Course Too Hard?

Tim Braun Golf Courses, Travel Comments

Golfers are by nature a whiney lot.  They complain about hole placement, they complain about conditions of the fairway, they complain that the clubhouse doesn’t stock their particular brand of beer, along with a million other little nuances that they can find to complain about.  When the tour hit Chambers Bay last June for the U.S. Open Championship I was …

Ka’anapali Courses Offer Golfers Both a Hearty Meal or Some Lighter Fare

Gord Montgomery Golf Courses, Travel Comments

Whatever you may desire for your daily fill of golf, the Ka’anapali Golf Courses in Maui, Hawaii, have something on the menu that will fill the bill. Whether it’s a heaping helping of challenge courtesy of the Royal course, or the somewhat lighter fare dished out on its sister layout, the Kai, you and your playing partners will walk away …