CanadianGolfer.com

Category - Golf Travel

Sweet “Golf” Home Alabama- Our...

No matter how good the golf courses are on our review trips, it is very important to us to stay in nice accommodations.  All of the photographs are edited and the article is written during the evening after we play.  Having a roomie office like...

Delhi Golf Club

Put India on your bucket list

It was one of those once in a lifetime trips. I was invited to India, a place for one reason or another, always held a fascination for me. I inquired about playing some golf while there and was able to set up a few tee times. Now India is not a...

Jamaica me crazy

Watching today’s final round of the Masters was difficult, so much ice and snow outside was annoying, my heart kept going to Jamaica.   Jamaicans are some of the best golfers and nicest people that I have ever worked with.  And their...

Are Caddies under Attack?

George Peper, the fine US golf writer, recently wrote a good column in LINKS MAGAZINE predicting the ending of the caddie tradition.  Overall I agree with George.  He’s not a curmudgeon, I enjoyed our games as members of the Thursday Club...

DORAL Memories

As I watch the World event at DORAL BLUE it brings back memories of great times spent there a few years back. My first visit was a bit uncomfortable.  I was a young assistant pro working in Freeport at the King’s Inn Resort. I had finally...

Scotland: do they need 3 new courses?

I’ve just read about a few new projects underway in Scotland, and I’m not sure the country needs, nor can they support, three new courses. The one, a second Trump course just north of Aberdeen. His first course “the best in...

St Andrews

the view from the West Beach, Old Course on the right, the 1st and 18th plus the R&A clubhouse in the middle.  Old Course Hotel to the right (you can hit it from 17 tee, although the better shot is to just go over the end of the hotel many...

/* ]]> */