Where To Golf Next

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Some golfers may opine that new courses, designed to be difficult, are hampering the game. A diabolical short course in Arizona and a historic venue on Long Island prove there’s a place for challenging layouts. They just require players to adopt the right attitude
  • Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood exposes the remote beauty of Kauai, the northern most of the eight Hawaiian islands. The Where To Golf Next golf travel series showcases a quartet of quality courses, including Princeville Makai Golf Club and Poipu Bay Golf Course
  • As remote and desolate of a golf location as southern Utah may sound, the Greater Zion region is a developing destination that features top-notch courses, along with desert and mountain views that border on being unearthly
  • Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood explores the northwest golf region of Ireland and expounds on two gems created by Irish golf course architect Eddie Hackett — Carne Golf Links and Enniscrone Golf Club.
  • The quest for college golf programs to be competitive has shifted indoors for a number of Big Ten teams that have recently built or upgraded indoor practice facilities. State-of-the-art technology is a difference maker, but so is something as simple as a lockerroom
  • The coastlines of Ireland and Northern Ireland are dotted with notable golf courses to play. Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood turns his attention to the northern portion of Northern Ireland — particularly Royal Portrush Golf Club, but also Portstewart and Castlerock golf clubs.
  • The Hawaiian island of Lanai may be small in size, but is big on relaxation — especially when it comes to golf. The Four Seasons Resort's Jack Nicklaus-designed Manele course is the center piece, but there are other unique golf and amenity options