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Where to play in Canada: Whistler

I’ll admit to having been slammed with a variety of projects I’ve been involved with lately and not writing for the blog much. In any case I’ve been meaning to do a series on the best public courses you can play from coast to...

Course Review: Streamsong Resort (Polk...

    Course Review: Streamsong (Polk County, Florida) Designers: Red – Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw; Blue – Tom Doak Opens: December, 2012 Overview: First there was Bandon Dunes. Then there was Bandon Dunes East (Cabot Links and the...

Random Notes for a Friday: Goodwood a go...

I was up at Angus Glen Golf Club near Markham yesterday to have lunch with my good friend,director of golf Dennis Firth. I bumped into him talking with the inimitable Kevin Thistle, top dog at all things golf that happened to be owned by Gordon...

What Humber Valley Needs: More Rounds

Newfoundland’s Humber Valley Resort – the award-winning Doug Carrick course near Deer Lake – needs to lower its green fees and increase the number of rounds played in order to survive. Well I say, ‘duh.’...

All About Andrew: Weir's New Designer

I’ve posted several times about the newfound association between Mike Weir and Brantford golf designer Ian Andrew which was informally announced last week. Well if you want to know more, check out the feature interview Andrew did with...

Canadian Golf Architecture Review: Final...

My Canadian golf architecture review was meant to show just how many designers are currently operating in Canada — a fact some were surprised by when Weir Golf Design said it approached 27 Canadian designers. The truth is that these days...

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