A tale of two nines, Rod Whitman’s “Links” course at Wolf Creek is a testament to the evolution of his architectural style.
12 of the most difficult courses to play in the world from countries like Scotland, Brazil, Morocco, France and more.
One of the finest public golf courses in Ontario, Eagle’s Nest takes on a difficult property to produce a faux-links worthy of a round.
As close to an inland links course as North America will get, Devil’s Paintbrush combines daring architecture with creativity from Michael Hurdzan & Dana Fry.
An updated Eclectic 18 from my April 2019 version. What’s yours?
Templates and wild greens, Seth Raynor’s Blue Mound is a wonderful golf course outside of Milwaukee.
The new Gil Hanse No. 4 design draws parallels with the famed No. 2, but separates itself in playing style and feel. My full review inside!
A big, bold design from Charles Alison, Kirtland Country Club is a great place to spend a day at.
Often thought of as William Flynn’s most difficult test in Philadelphia, Rolling Green Golf Club is an excellent golf course on a tough piece of land.
Dubbed the “#1 Players Club of Canada,” Stanley Thompson, C.E. Robinson, Bob Cupp & Doug Carrick all have their hands on this northern GTA gem.
A rare perfect golf course, No. 2 is an exceptional testament to Donald Ross’ skills.
Lying in the shadows of Winged Foot and Quaker Ridge, Fenway is one of the countries best hidden gems.
On just 126 Acres, Hugh Wilson & William Flynn crafted a masterpiece in the rolling hills of Ardmore, Pennsylvania.
One of the most polarizing courses in golf, Tobacco Road is wild, wacky and fun… which begs the question: is it good architecture?
One of the oldest golfing institutions in North America, H.S. Colt’s Toronto Golf Club is firmly among the top 10 in the country.
An excellent William Flynn golf course that perfectly interacts with the land. Likely in the upper echelon of Ohio golf.
One of the world’s best golf courses, William Flynn’s Shinnecock Hills is a mental test as much as it is a physical one.
One of Muskoka’s most acclaimed courses, Deerhurst’s Highlands course is a must play in an area known for great golf
Halloween is about ghouls, goblins and ghosts, but there’s scary golf holes just as tormenting. Click the link to see my 12!
Magna is one of Canada’s hardest places to play, and a Doug Carrick design through the rolling hills of Aurora, Ontario