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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...

Canada’s Best Par 4s: The panel weighs...

There was a little consensus in picking the top two-shot holes in Canada. Other than the 16th at Cabot Links, which was picked by four of our select group, and the second hole at Highlands Links, which was picked by three, no hole had more than...

Canada’s best golf holes: Experts...

Recently I saw a posting claiming to list the best 18 holes in the world, a seemingly impossible and herculean task that is always going to have a vast number of detractors. It is like picking the top courses in the world—there is some general...

Course review: Cypress Point

Course Overview: Cypress Point Club (Pebble Beach, California) Designer: Alister Mackenzie Writer’s note: This overview was written several years ago. I repost it given the recent comparisons between Cypress and Cabot Cliffs.  One...

Is Cabot Cliffs the modern Cypress Point?

The question posed by Ron Whitten in Golf Digest is whether Cabot Cliffs the modern version of Cypress Point. His answer seems to be an emphatic “yes.” The sense of awe and discovery was so intense. And the best was to come, for the...

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