For all the people from Chicago, who, upon hearing the name Canal Shores are inspired to say, “I grew up playing there,” the 103-year-old iconic fixture and fun zone that’s wedged between Evanston and Wilmette, and 10 miles north of Wrigley Field, is finally getting some much-needed resources and support.
From fetching sandwiches, caddy, caddy master, weather reviewer, social media sensation and ultimately the “Director of Outside Happiness,” this is a short celebration of how one committed, hard-working loyal local can have such a significant impact on so many global golfers descending upon the Southwest Coast of Oregon.
After over 2,000 miles in 15 days, 12 courses, 50 Guinness, two goats, one trophy, a car ferry, spectacular cliffs, a dire wolf, a giant’s causeway and lobstering in a mini wooden skiff, several members of the Fire Pit Collective get together to reflect on Covid, camaraderie, culture and the craic on the island of Ireland.
Pinehurst is on The Move, and so is The Pinecone They always say “It’s a beautiful day at Pinehurst,” but yesterday it was exactly that. A colorful sunrise on the …