High and mighty RANDY YOUNGMAN
If you like teeing it high and watching it fly, you can’t beat golf in the High Sierras. If you like seeing snow-capped mountains in the reflection of a deep-blue water hazard while crushing your...
An old testament AL PETERSEN
A $20 million renovation project at The Wigwam has the Phoenix area golf resort looking shiny and new, or old and dated, depending on your point of view. But that’s what happens when refurbishment...
The great indoors AL PETERSEN
It’s tough to get any work done on Lanai, seeing that the least populated of Hawaii’s five main islands is the place to go to escape gridlock and tension. There’s one town, two resorts,...
Playing the field JASON SCOTT DEEGAN
Maui is known as a destination for honeymooners, but golfers have a different love affair with the island.
Southern comfort MICHAEL LEDNOVICH
The end of a perfect day of golf at Sea Island Golf Club occurs as the setting sun casts a red glow on the rippling surface of the Atlantic Ocean. Sitting on the veranda of Sea Island Lodge, the...
Rock solid ERIC N. HART
Golf Digest has St. George, Utah, in the middle of its 36 Best Buddy Trip Destinations. But there’s nothing middle of the road about this place if you’re seeking good golf and all of the...
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.