For decades, tiny Santee, S.C., has slowly but surely carved a niche as one of America’s best golf destinations for the money.
By Brad King
SANTEE, S.C. (September 2014) — There are pros and cons to being known as “America’s Value Golf Destination.”
Santee, S.C., (population 800) is located on the south shore of picturesque Lake Marion just off Interstate 95. Long before the interstate rolled through town, however, Santee had been considered a stopover point for northerners heading further south.
Today, Santee has forged a reputation as a must-stop for golfers. Read more »
By TIM BAINES
For more than 60 years, Harrison Group Golf has been putting Ocean City golf on the map.
More and more Canadians are getting a handle on what a tremendous golf destination Ocean City is, living up to its promise: Great Golf Is Just The Beginning. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean coastline, it’s surprisingly close to much of Quebec and Ontario; in other words, it’s very driveable. Read more »
By: Robert Kaufman
What does The Course at Wente Vineyards and Disneyland have in common? You guessed wrong if you think the Greg Norman-design is some kind of Mickey Mouse layout or anything resembling a Goofy putt-putt course. Rather, the correct answer is, it is one of the premier “E” ticket rides on the Northern California golf landscape. Read more »
Clubhouse to double in size; large outdoor area also to be added
By Michael R. Abramowitz
The old-fashioned, 18-year old clubhouse at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida, is undergoing a major transformation and upgrade that will advance and expand the structure, as well as pay homage to the PGA of America’s storied past. Read more »
ClubCrown Stripe is an easy, inexpensive way to personalize your club and you can do it yourself.
If you’ve ever wanted to add style to your driver or fairway wood in a relatively inexpensive way then the ClubCrown Stripe is for you. The permanent film layer can be attached to the crown of your club in minutes as the company uses its patented installation process. Read more »
By Rick VanSickle
With the Ryder Cup being played Sept. 26-28 on the PGA Centenary Course at the Gleneagles Hotel near Auchterarder in Pethshire, Scotland, it’s a good time to talk about the famous wines from Mouton Cadet.
That world-renowned Bordeaux wine company, maker of the First Growth Chateau Mouton Rothschild, is teeing it up with the 40th Ryder Cup as the Official Supplier to the matches this year and in 2018 and has created special Mouton Cadet Sélection Ryder Cup wines, a red, white and rosé, that will be served at venues on site. Read more »