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Golf & Business

Course owners are feeling more optimistic (and that could be bad news for public golfers)

By Peter Finch Are public-course golfers about to get hit with higher green fees? That’s one conclusion you could reach from Marcus & Millichap’s Golf Investor Sentiment Survey 2014. The real estate firm’s National...
Friday, 7/11/2014 at 1:00PM
News & Tours

What a golf company's IPO says about the state of the golf industry

By Brendan MohlerClubCorp, the largest owner and operator of private golf clubs in the United States, has gone public. Owned by KSL Capital Partners, LLC since 2006, the Dallas-based company filed for an Initial Public...
Wednesday, 10/9/2013 at 2:35PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Golf Courses & Travel

Most Fun Courses

Golf doesn't have to be an ordeal. You work hard enough off the course! At these venues, 'play' and 'golf' are not mutually exclusive. We chose them with the help of Golf Digest's panelists, who create our biennial rankings of America's 100 Greatest, 100 Greatest Public and the Best in State.
September 2012
Golf Courses & Travel

The Top 20 Cities For Golf

Which American cities offer the best all-around golf environments? Using a five-criteria system, we rank the top 20 cities for golf in the U.S. See if your hometown made the cut.
October 2011
Golf Tours & News

Whitten: Chamber's Bay - Laudable Audible

A U.S. Open on a muni? Chambers Bay is that good
February 15, 2008
Golf Courses & Golf Travel

Muny Courses

Take a scenic tour of public golf courses around the country
Magazines / Editor's Letter

Jerry Tarde: Cheap Golf & Free Beer

Golf Digest editor-in-chief Jerry Tarde learned to play the game on a small muny course outside of Philadelphia where they used dried sunflower stalks with beer cans on top as flagsticks.
August 2009
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