Big, bold and exciting, David McLay Kidd’s Mammoth Dunes is an exciting compliment to one of North America’s fastest growing resorts.
An Alister Mackenzie masterpiece, Cypress Point Club ventures through the dunes, rocky shoreline, and wooded, inland forest to present one of golf’s greatest treasures.
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.
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?
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 the world’s best major championship courses, Inverness Club has never looked better after the recent work done here in 2018.
One of the most secluded golf courses I’ve seen, Sutton Bay is a place you could spend a week at and not get bored of.
Local architect Dave Barr attempts to blend old Scottish design with modern, rugged BC golf. See the results here:
At one of the best modern golf resorts in the world, Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw dazzle with their Red course
An underrated desert design, Desert Forest is the original desert golf course lacking the respect it deserves
A local favorite, Rees Jones’ Quintero uses some very hilly terrain north of Phoenix, Arizona
What hasn’t been said about one of the world’s best? It’s hard to imagine public-access courses get better in the US than Pacific Dunes
On this exclusive Fazio design lies 18 good golf holes and an even better experience