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Thoughts and writing on the world of golf and golf course architecture.

Campbell River G & CC

Breaking The Mold You may have read once or twice in past reviews I have referred to Jack Nicklaus’ comments a couple of years ago about the future of golf and its growth. Perched next to CBS TV commentators Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo, “The...

Desert Hills Golf Course – Yuma AZ

Back in 1973, the City of Yuma Recreational Department first opened Desert Hills Golf Course. The course was opened and made available to the citizens of Yuma to provide a place to enjoy golf and enrich the quality of life for Yuma community...

Mesa Del Sol GC- Yuma AZ

A Rekindled Golf Club   After a recharging day, which basically involved a lot of laziness which I think was well deserved, we were geared up to play a course that was receiving high praise from the golfers around the RV Park where we were...

Yuma Golf and Country Club –

YGCC – Private Course/Public  Feel Long before golf courses had 6 separate tee boxes, multi-tiered greens and 10-foot-deep bunkers the game was a much simpler challenge. It was also perhaps much less stressful and the investment in golf...

The Links at Coyote Wash- Wellton, AZ

  Whether it’s a 9-hole Par 3, an 18-hole championship layout, a 36-hole resort facility or a municipally owned and managed course like The Links at Coyote Wash, golf courses have one thing in common. They provide an environment and venue...

Day 4 – Sewailo Golf Club, Tucson AZ

Wild about the ‘Cats Home The interest of those we meet has happened on past reviews trips, so it was no surprise that it occurred repeatedly in our time in Tucson. One of the bi-products of being a golf writer and on these trips more...

Tucson AZ Day 3 – Starr Pass Golf Club

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Starr There are a number of traits that place a golf course in a certain category or pedigree. Being the host course for a PGA Tour event is one of them. Now when your course hosted a PGA tour event like the Tucson Open...

Tucson AZ – Day 2 – Conquering...

The Conquistador Course We set off for Day 2 at El Conquistador Golf and Tennis with great anticipation of what would hopefully be a repeat of our first day there; golfing déjà vu really.Upon arrival it all started swimmingly, the guys at the...

Tucson AZ- El Conquistador – Day 1 in...

El Conquistador – Canada Course We left Casa Grande Saturday and made the short 75-minute drive down I-10 to our next destination Tucson, AZ. On travelling days, even short ones like this, we opt not to golf and during NFL season we never...

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