With 13 more Amateur Championships and one more course, Mike Keiser can’t stop growing his resort and the game.
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 …
So, by now, if you’re listening to this particular podcast, I’m going to assume you’ve either read or watched the Hayden Springer story. If you haven’t, I strongly suggest you read the story and then watch the story.
So, with that, I recently spoke to French and Van Hook about how they reported their stories and asked that they share their perspectives on why this story matters to them.
Recent reports that the Premier Golf League is back from the dead has led to renewed rumblings that professional golf is facing a new world order, fueled by Saudi Arabian money. In fact, the situation is more nuanced. The PGL is still actively trying to create a viable competitor to the PGA and European Tours but it is not staked by Saudi money, as is widely believed.
“We were grown-up kids!”
That’s the way Gary Williams described the feeling we all had as Williams, Damon Hack and I had the opportunity to visit Arnold Palmer in LaTrobe a few months before he died.
It was U.S. Open week in 2016, the tournament was being played at Oakmont, Palmer’s backyard, but due to health concerns, The King wouldn’t be making the trip from LaTrobe.
FOREST DUNES | ROSCOMMON, MI https://youtu.be/NCW7THfBMdE In this Journey to Forest Dunes in Roscommon, Mich., which is 65 miles east of Traverse City, you meet Lew Thompson, the owner of …
THE PAR-3 COURSE AT FOREST DUNES After adding the Loop, the reversible routing by Tom Doak, Forest Dunes had three 18-hole golf courses, which is a sweet setup for the …