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On 17th tee at Old Course

Scotland: How to crack the Old Course

Eleven years. That’s the last time I had the good fortune to play the Old Course in St. Andrews. Yes, it is where golf started and is entirely worthy of a lifetime of study. But for North Americans, we’re lucky to play it a couple of times over...

2009 In Review: Best Golf Courses

With golf showing for the holidays (and me tiring of writing about Tiger), I thought I’d take the time to reflect on some of my experiences in 2009. As anyone who reads this blog knows, I have a passion for golf design and great golf...

New Posts on Kingsbarns/Kyle Phillips...

While I’m prepping for a trip to LA to visit TaylorMade’s facilities this week and hang out at the Northern Trust Open on Tuesday, I’ve posted some more travel and architecture articles over on our travel site. Go here to read...

Open Championship Week Continues: North...

How can you truly review one of the wonders of the golf world? Thats the issue when it comes to North Berwicks West Links, undoubtedly one of the worlds great golf experiences. Quirky? Yes. Remarkable? Surely. The first issue is finding the...

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A Tour of Scotland Golf: Prestwick

Admittedly this is more of a photo essay than a review — after all, how does one review a course like Prestwick, from which so many great golf concepts have been drawn? The course starts with one of the more daunting shots in golf —...

Course review: Carnousite GC, British Open...

[photopress:carnoustie6_1.jpg,full,centered] Review: Carnoustie Golf Links Location: Carnoustie, Scotland Designer: Alan Robertson (later alterations James Braid) The Scotsman had an interesting story this past week on Carnoustie, site of this...

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