Winged Foot Golf Club opened in 1923 during the Golden Age of architectural golf course design and is the creative work of A.W. Tillinghast. Winged Foot, located north of New York City, just hosted its sixth U.S. Open and is the focus of Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood's latest Where To Golf Next video series episode
Chambers Bay, which sits hard against the magnificent Puget Sound in University Place, Wash., is a course of raw beauty. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and opened in 2007, the public course was built on a rock and gravel mine. Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood examines what makes the 2015 U.S. Open course so scenic and enjoyable to play in the latest episode of the Where To Golf Next video series
Any discussion about great links courses of the world should include Ireland's Ballybunion Golf Club. Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood explains why in the latest episode of the Where To Golf Next video series
In this PGA Championship edition of Have Clubs Will Travel, host David Wood reviews TPC Harding Park, the alluring San Francisco municipal course that overlooks Lake Merced. See what makes Harding Park, opened in 1925, a joy and challenge for all to play, and why some of the game's greats have won there in the latest Where To Golf Next video travel series episode
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood explores Ireland's Ballyliffin Golf Club, which features two splendid 18-hole layouts — the Old Links and Glashedy Links. Enjoy the beautifully rugged scenery in the latest Where To Golf Next video travel series episode.
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood looks at Scotland's Crail Golfing Society, which is the world's seventh oldest golf club. Balcomie is the older of Crail's two 18-hole offerings and was designed by Old Tom Morris. The Where To Golf Next video travel series explores a truly unique golfing experience
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood presents TPC Sawgrass, home to the PGA Tour's Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. This Where To Golf Next video travel series episode examines why this is one of course architect Pete Dye's finest designs
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood showcases Club de Golf Rio Lluta, which is located in Arica, Chile. The course is unique by any standard as it sits on a dry Atacama Desert layout with no green in sight. This Where To Golf Next video travel series episode explains why this course is bucket-list worthy
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood tells the story of Ozarks National Golf Course, located in Hollister, Mo. The Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw design opened in 2019 to high praise — and understandably so because it adheres to the Ozark Mountains' bold landscape. Also, nearby is the Mountain Top Course, a 13-hole short course designed by Gary Player
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood showcases Bethpage State Park's Black Course, located on Long Island and a longtime favorite of New York metro area golfers. The beastly Black began receiving national acclaim when it hosted the 2002 U.S. Open
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood showcases Torrey Pines Golf Course, whose two courses — North and South — are among the best municipal offerings in the country. The Where To Golf Next travel series looks at both of the courses located just north of San Diego
Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood showcases Palm Springs, Calif., in this episode of the Where To Golf Next golf travel series. Specifically, Pete Dye's Stadium Course at PGA West, which opened in 1986, grabs Wood's attention because of its beauty and difficulty.
Have Clubs Will Travel is a video golf travel series from David Wood, author of “Around the World in 80 Rounds.” The entertaining episodes focus on Wood’s destination golf travels bringing you insights and delights.