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Mickelson on his Calgary course: Intention...

I caught an early morning flight out of Hamilton yesterday, bound for Calgary where I participated in a media day with Phil Mickelson to discuss his new project to the north-west of the city. I wrote a news story on the subject for Globalnews...

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...

Will Cabot Cliffs exceed Cabot Links?

It is hard to determine whether a great geographic setting will turn into a great golf course. That much is certainly true. The world is full of courses that should have been great given their location, where all the architect had to do was get...

Course Preview: Laval Sur-le-lac (Blue...

Course Preview: Laval Sur-le-lac (Laval, Que.) Designer: Ian Andrew and Mike Weir The Scorecard: When Ian Andrew first left Carrick Design seven years ago, Laval was poised to have Rees Jones re-do its blue course, an almost toxic mix of Howard...

Andrew and Weir make progress at Laval

There aren’t many golf courses being built in Canada — let alone those being tipped as potential sites for the RBC Canadian Open even before they are complete. But that’s exactly the situation Ian Andrew and Mike Weir find...

Cabot Links Hole-by-hole: 13 to 18

The 16th green at Cabot Links   Previous hole-by-hole writeups on Cabot: Holes 1 through 6 Hole 7 through 12 Course preview (October 2011)     13 (443 yards): One of a series of long par fours on the back nine at Cabot, this one...

Cabot Links Hole By Hole — Holes 7...

The cape hole — the par four 9th — at Cabot Links. The second part of my look at Cabot Links, the new course by Rod Whitman in Inverness, NS. Day one (holes 1 through 6) can be found here. Hole 7 – A long par four that plays away...

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