Nine Days In Scotland Part 2: Loch Lomond

High Life At Cameron House And Carrick Course

Framed by the deep gray-blue of one of Scotland’s most famous lakes — make that lochs — behind him, the handsome red-tailed hawk swooped a few feet above the expansive Cameron House lawn before perching on my outstretched, heavily gloved hand. His trainer, a fast-talking chap with blond hair and an outdoorsman’s restless, open attitude, Read more…

Torrey Pines North Course Reopens

Tom Weiskopf Gives SoCal Favorite A Great Makeover

Following a comprehensive nine-month, $12.6 million renovation, the North Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course has reopened to an eagerly awaiting golfing public. Originally designed by William F. Bell and opened in 1957, the renovated North Course now stands to rival the popularity of the world famous South Course, host of the U.S. Open in Read more…

Nine Days In Scotland, Part 1: St. Andrews

The Golf Trip Of A Lifetime Begins Where It All Began

Editor’s Note: In late September and early October 2016, Golf Tips editor Vic Williams joined respected tour company Connoisseurs Scotland and several other journalists for an extensive tour of the birthplace of golf. Following is the first installment of a multi-part series on his experience, which he began two days early, on his own with Read more…

Mystical Golf Announces 2017 Golf Packages

Mystical Golf — offering “Myrtle Beach’s finest 54 holes of golf” on its acclaimed Witch, Man-O-War and Wizard courses — announces two stay-and-play packages perfect to start the 2017 golf season in style. All three Mystical Golf courses are consistently recognized by Golf Channel to be among Myrtle Beach’s “five best courses” and “best values.” The Read more…

PGA Tour Rolls Out TeeOff.com App

tee-off-phone-screen

TeeOff.com by PGA Tour, the official tee time site of the PGA Tour, today announced the launch of a new mobile app with no booking fees on all tee time reservations.  Debuting on the App Store and Google Play, the TeeOff.com by PGA Tour app gives golfers immediate access to a half-a-million tee times, incredible deals and no Read more…

Florida’s Naples Beach Golf Club Gets Update

Nicklaus Redesign In Collaboration With Architect John Sanford
Naples Beach Hotel Pool

    Interested in taking a getaway?  Consider heading to the AAA Four-Diamond The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club in Southwest Florida. Set on 125 lush acres with seven miles of pristine white sandy beach, the 319-room resort is Southwest Florida’s only resort directly on the beach with an on-site championship golf course, a world-class spa, and Read more…

Golfers Are Loving Life On Lanai

Manele Golf Course Is Ground Zero For Hawaiian Fun

Having fun on the golf course doesn’t only start on the first hole or end after the 18th at the award-winning Manele Golf Course at Four Seasons Resorts Lānai. And the PGA pros firmly believe fun should be had by all, even non-golfers who want to get in on the action. With ocean views on Read more…

Lake Charles Golf A Spicy Surprise

Southwest Louisiana Outpost Offers Great Courses, Amazing Food, Fishing and Casino Action

So much of America’s greatness lies in its very vastness and variety: of geography and climate, of language and culture, of backgrounds and beliefs so broad and deeply held that they find their way through every corner of day-to-day-life, from what we do for fun to what we eat for even more fun. America is, Read more…

Hilton Head Golf Island’s Fall Deals

A Stay-Play Package For Everybody

Hilton Head Golf Island  is offering golfers an array of exceptional stay-and-play packages for getaways to long savor. At Palmetto Dunes, the Players Golf Special starts at $410 per person.  It includes three nights’ stay in a two-bedroom villa, two rounds on the Robert Trent Jones, George Fazio or Arthur Hills courses (plus free replays), Read more…

Sweet On St. George Golf

Utah’s Fastest-Growing City Takes Desert Golf To New Heights

There are sleepers, and there are deep sleepers. In golf destination terms, St. George, Utah, is both. For quality of public-access courses, it’s as deep as the crimson-tinted canyons of Zion National Park, whose southwestern gate is just 40 minutes east — or even the Grand Canyon itself, the less-visited but more beautiful North Rim Read more…

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