Pechanga Purchases Temecula Creek Inn

The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians and JC Resorts LLC have announced the sale of the Temecula Creek Inn Golf Resort (TCI) to the Tribe for an undisclosed amount. Based in Temecula, California, the tribe also owns and operates The Journey at Pechanga, one of Southern California’s top golf experiences and centerpiece of Pechanga Resort and Read more…

Winter Golf Travel Deals For 2018

A Slew Of Offers To Warm The Hacker’s Heart

At New Year’s time a golfer’s thoughts turn to … well, lowering that handicap, of course. But they also turn to winter golf travel, so in that spirit, here’s a look at a few stay-and-play packages to whet the wanderlust. MEXICO: VILLA DEL PALMAR Play all day, every day on a stunning, newly completed Rees Read more…

Sonoma Mission Inn A Classic For Wine Country Golf

Just down the road from the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, The signs and cards hung from nearly every door, window and post along Sonoma’s historic town square: “Thank You First Responders.” “Love Our Firemen!” “Love Is Thicker Than Smoke.” God Bless The National Guard.” Even as a fading whiff of smoke hung in Read more…

Remembering R.J. Harper, Pebble Beach’s Point Man

An Interview With The Face Of A Great American Golf Destination
R.J. Harper in 2010

Editor’s Note: On November 8, 2017, the game of golf lost one of its greatest leaders, characters, supporters and ambassadors. Robert “R.J.” Thomas Harper, who started at Pebble Beach as a course marshal in 1985 and rose through the ranks to become Executive Vice President of Golf and Retail for the Pebble Beach Company, died Read more…

Why Not Walla Walla’s Wine Valley?

Eastern Washington Course, Marcus Whitman Hotel Offer Package

Walla Walla, tucked in Washington State’s southeast corner, is often known for its famed onion, but it’s also a destination for wine and golf-lovers thanks to its climate, the one-of-a-kind Wine Valley Golf Club, and the more than 20 wine tasting rooms within walking distance of the luxurious Marcus Whitman Hotel. Designed by Dan Hixson, Wine Valley Golf Club Read more…

California

From the Monterey Peninsula to San Diego, discover golf in the Golden State

Within the nation’s most populated state lies some of the best golf resorts in the United States. The terrain varies greatly from one tip of this long region to the other, as does the weather–from craggy, seaside links to rolling, inland meadows; from 80 degrees and sunny to dense fog and biting wind. But one thing is certain wherever you choose to visit: It doesn’t get much better than the Pacific Coast when it comes to top-quality golf resorts.

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…

Keen On Kauai Golf

Hawaii’s Garden Isle Conjures Sweet Golf Magic

Back in 1989, Paul McCartney penned a song called “Distractions” for his album Flowers In The Dirt. While it can’t be independently confirmed, the consensus here is that he must have written it while standing on one of four fab seaside tee boxes on the island of Kauai. Maybe the par 3 7th on Princeville’s Read more…

Journey at Pechanga is a SoCal Golf Joy

This Southern Cal Gem Conjures Ancient Challenges on a Modern Canvas

The effects of El Niño 2015-16 were just kicking in as Thanksgiving approached. A couple hundred miles to the north, the Sierra Nevada were already sporting a white coat, while here the Temecula Valley along Interstate 15, a gentle rain began to fall on the wide, flat opening holes of The Journey at Pechanga. The Read more…

California’s Quail Lodge Finds New Golf Life

Make some coastal magic just minutes from Pebble Beach

Robert Muir Graves sure got around Northern California during his 30-odd-year run as one of the region’s top golf architects. He had a hand in scores if not hundreds of public and private layouts, displaying a knack for turning virtually any Golden State terrain, from piney Sierra foothills to verdant coastal valleys, into a solid, Read more…

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