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Globe Outs Score: Top 100 List Hits Paper

  I was meaning to write a teaser for SCOREGolf’s Top 100 courses in Canada issue that hits the streets on Aug. 30, largely because a week ago I taped the television special that will air on TSN on Aug. 29 to accompany the magazine...

Turnberry Preview at ScoreGolf.com

I prepared a preview of Turnberry for ScoreGolf, and it is part of their current inline preview edition. I interviewed Martin Ebert, the consulting architect, about the changes to the course that are designed to make it more of a challenge and...

Travel & Leisure Golf Closes

I was sad to see the news yesterday that Travel and Leisure Golf, where I’ve been a contributing editor for Canada since 2005, has closed its doors as of yesterday, with its current issue being its last. T&L Golf was always a great...

Score List: What I've Played

TorontoGolfNuts has a thread about the courses various list members have played from Score’s Top 100. Here’s mine — courses I’ve played are in bold: 1. National Golf Club of Canada – Main Course 2. Hamilton Golf...

Score's Top 100 — Winners and...

Score’s Top 100 Courses in Canada was announced at 11 am with a show featuring Bob Weeks, Lorne Rubenstein and myself. The list will surely hit their site soon, but here are the highlights, with my notes about winners, losers, movers and...

Canadian Open: Is Fred Couples and Blue...

Yesterday the Royal Canadian Golf Association and sponsor RBC announced a number of players that would apparently be playing, as well as an ambitious marketing and support program, some of which involves a couple of Canadian rock bands. Among...

New Score Golf Column: Bob Cupp

My latest (and second to last) online Score column is on Bob Cupp, the architect behind Beacon Hall, Deerhurst Highlands and Mad River. You can find it here. Score is retooling its site and are ending the architecture column I’ve written...

New ScoreGolf.com column: Can The Rock...

My latest Scoregolf.com column, on the reworking of Muskoka’s The Rock golf course, and its chances of success after being closed for a year, is now posted online. I’ll admit I haven’t seen the changes (I’ll try to get...

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