A warm embrace JUDD SPICER
The rye is high and the time is nigh. With golf course overseeding nearing completion and desert temperatures returning to peak-season form, the nine cities comprising the Coachella Valley are set for the...
Open for anything RANDY O. WILLIAMS
New Zealand draws visitors for its breathtaking scenery, so it only makes sense that golf is seeking a slice of the action.
All together now MICHAEL LEDNOVICH
On the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico’s southeastern border, Cancun is the life of the party. If memories of your wilder days are a bit hazy, consider making the short drive south to Playa del Carmen,...
From the ground up GARRETT JOHNSTON
How do you prepare for a golf bucket list trip to Scotland? Easy. Buy a 1-iron, which I did at the eleventh hour at Play It Again Sports – a good ol’ Ping Eye 2.
Good to go AL PETERSEN
Except for signage, letterheads and business cards, not much has changed at The Grand Del Mar since Fairmont assumed management of the property in April.
Central casting KEN VAN VECHTEN
Hot town, summer in the city …
On the prowl JUDD SPICER
The key, I've learned, is not to push your way up to Big Bear but rather to let the mountain pull you forth.
Island stopping AL PETERSEN
Hawaii has eight main islands but only five that count. (Sorry Molokai, Niihau and Kahoolawe). That’s because Maui, Kauai, Oahu, Lanai and the Big Island have the best – or only – golf...
Northwest passages HAL QUINN
From the restaurant patio overlooking fairways divided by massive mounds topped with fescue, and with the Puget Sound glistening in the afternoon sun and the Gulf Islands outlined on the horizon,...
Quiet nature AL PETERSEN
CordeValle is one of those resorts that make guests feel welcome. Really, really welcome.