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Courses & Travel

Here's Tiger Woods previewing his first U.S. course design (which definitely has some Augusta in it)

Tiger Woods’ track record as a golfer is unquestioned. Whether the 14-time major winner's course-design skills match up is something we're waiting to see. Woods has already opened courses in Mexico, and has lined up...
Monday, 6/29/2015 at 4:16PM
Courses & Travel

Three architects explain how to make a course like Chambers Bay playable for you, while still challenging the pros

It's not an accident that majors are rarely played on public courses: The pros are way better at golf than you and I are. We shouldn't be playing on the same courses, because they'd tear...
Tuesday, 6/16/2015 at 1:31PM
News & Tours

The lone defect at Royal Liverpool Golf Club

By Geoff Shackelford HOYLAKE, England -- At first glimpse Royal Liverpool appears as it's been billed for over a century: flattish and far from visually inspiring. But study the contours, bunkering and constantly changing...
Tuesday, 7/15/2014 at 8:34AM
Courses & Travel

This guy just might have the best gig at Bandon Dunes

By Tim Murphy Haircuts are still $13 at Mick's Hair Surgeons in Bandon, Ore., and Mick Peters, its 69-year-old proprietor, is still the man nearby Bandon Dunes Resort turns to when it debuts additions...
Monday, 5/26/2014 at 1:33PM
Courses & Travel

To purists who dislike 15-inch cups: marble greens are not pure either

By Geoff Shackelford Self-described "purists" have been dismissing Hack Golf's push for 15-inch cups. While I admire those who want to protect the integrity of our courses and rules, let's get something straight: The...
Tuesday, 4/22/2014 at 10:01AM
News & Tours

Riviera's 10th Hole Challenge! Lay-up, Lay-up, Lay-up, Lay-Up

By Geoff Shackelford PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. -- Just because a strategic hole offers options, does not mean you have to use them all.The great myth of Riviera's ingenious 10th hole -- confirmed repeatedly during...
Thursday, 2/13/2014 at 5:03PM
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Mike Keiser, along with Coore and Crenshaw, looks to make Sand Valley the Bandon Dunes of Wisconsin

By Geoff ShackelfordGary D'Amato filed an excellent write-up detailing Mike Keiser's next great project 15 miles south of Wisconsin Rapids, around 167 miles northwest of Milwaukee. The Bandon Dunes developer is creating an 18-hole course...
Thursday, 1/9/2014 at 4:57PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel

Architect Art: Golf's Grand Design

Excepted from "Golf's Grand Design: The Evolution of Golf Architecture in America," written by Golf Digest's architecture editor Ron Whitten and golf architect Bob Cupp. View rare sketches and diagrams of golf holes--some never before published--by past and present golf architects.
News & Tours

Inside Golf World Podcast: Profiling the man behind Bandon Dunes, Mike Keiser

By Ryan Herrington Traveling to Oregon's Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a trip that is on nearly every golfer's bucket list. The man behind the land is Mike Keiser, a 67-year-old businessman who made his...
Thursday, 3/14/2013 at 9:58AM
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Cornell to receive Robert Trent Jones papers

The voluminous papers and plans of golf course architect Robert Trent Jones are ending up at his alma mater, Cornell University.Donated by his sons, Rees and Robert Trent Jr., the collection covers seven decades of ...
Thursday, 1/6/2011 at 9:24AM
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