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Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Certified Angus

You have to admire their guts if nothing else. In the face of worldwide economic anxiety, a group of investors has announced plans for a $78 million golf resort in the North Scotland town...
Tuesday, 3/3/2009 at 5:58AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Nicklaus Project On Hold

Aberdeenshire, site of the big Donald Trump development in Scotland, was to have another new golf resort as well -- this one with a Jack Nicklaus-designed course and more than 200 homes. But it...
Thursday, 2/26/2009 at 5:45AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Trump's Scotland Project On Schedule

The bankruptcy filing last week of Donald Trump's casino company, Trump Entertainment Resorts, will not affect his golf course project in Aberdeen, Scotland. That according to this report in Monday's Financial Times. Trump Organization, the...
Tuesday, 2/24/2009 at 9:06AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Price Dropping on Trump's Scottish Project

Donald Trump still insists the golf course he is going to build in Scotland will be good enough to host a British Open. But now it's going to cost him $600 million less to build...
Wednesday, 2/4/2009 at 10:10AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Yellowstone St. Andrews Doomed?

The Blixseth golf real estate empire continues to crumble. Billionaire Tim Blixseth was the mastermind of a plan to build a network of high-end golf and real-estate communities in the U.S. and around the world,...
Monday, 2/2/2009 at 9:50AM
Magazines / From the Golf Digest Archives

Jenkins: The King Restored

Dan Jenkins' story of Seve Ballesteros' 1988 British Open win at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. (This profile originally appeared in the September 1988 issue of Golf Digest)
September 1988
Golf Tours & News

Cullity: Building Tension

A stalled real-estate project has locals in St. Andrews concerned about an Old Course landmark
Magazines

Golfers Behaving Badly

The secretary of a prestigious golf club in Scotland has been dismissed for inappropriate behavior involving alcohol and painkillers. -News item
Golf Tours & News

Hawkins: Fairest Of Them All

An intriguing, ever changing puzzle, the Old Course at St. Andrews presents demands unlike other major venues
Golf Tours & News

Huggan: Crazy Good

U.S. Amateur champ Richie Ramsay has a loud, quirky manner--and a game that bears watching
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