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(The same headcovers found at Cypress Point, Winged Foot, Shinnecock Hills, Friar’s Head, TPC Sawgrass and more)
|If I were to ask you:
“What’s the one thing keeping you from buying a sweet set of custom, hand-knit wool headcovers?”
(You know, the ones Jack Nicklaus raised to iconic status and are ultra-cool again.)
You would probably say, “the price.”
They look fantastic on any golf bag, so that’s not the issue.
But hand-knit, 100% wool headcovers are expensive.
Well, they were expensive.
In a second, I’m going to share the secret that a handful of exclusive, in-the-know golf clubs and university golf teams have discovered…
The par-4 13th at Pinehurst No. 2 is a perfect example of the rugged look reintroduced by Coore and Crenshaw. (Pinehurst Resort)
This year’s back-to-back U.S. Opens were two of my favorites ever.
Yes, Martin Kaymer sucked most of the drama out of things with his brilliant play–and Michelle Wie added a bit back–but for golf course architecture nerds like me, Pinehurst No. 2 was the star.
Because I’m down with brown.
If you watched coverage of the men’s and/or women’s U.S. Opens, you probably noticed that Pinehurst No. 2 was a lot less green than in past years.
Contrary to what we’ve grown accustomed to here in the USA, I think that’s a great thing.
Let me explain:
As you probably noticed, I travel quite a bit.
Want to know one thing I’ve seen golfers doing around the world?
They’re drinking sugary sports drinks or popping those energy shots that claim to last for 5 hours.
I’m not an expert or a doctor, but based on what I’ve read, seen, and personally experienced, you should never drink these things because they can do more harm than good.
Quick quiz: What is the best golf resort in the United States?
According to Golf Magazine‘s list of Premier Golf Resorts 2014-2015, the best golf resort in the United States is…
Of all the goofy golf gifts I’ve received, this one leads from behind.
This is the time of year when everyone comes out with their lists of, “Best Golf Gifts for Dads and Grads.”
Well, I want to talk about the worst, which are far more common.
Hey, I know it’s hard to buy stuff for golfers, especially if the gift giver doesn’t play.
And don’t get me wrong, the thoughts and gestures are always appreciated.
The products themselves?
That’s another story.
This is one of my favorite gift ideas because it’s classy, personalized, it costs less than $100…and it makes your recipient think of their happiest golf memories — and of you — every time they look at it.
Here’s what I’m talking about…
Tetherow’s rugged look echoes the original Bandon Dunes course, another David McLay Kidd design.
Thanks to Dave R., Eileen G., Matthew C., Marc K., Ken H., Marty B., Bob M., and everyone else who commented on last week’s tip about America’s best boutique golf resorts east of the Mississippi River.
Today you’ll find out the best in the West.
Again, our definition is a property with only 12-100 rooms and usually one golf course…that you can often have all to yourself
Primland is one of the best boutique mountain golf resorts in the United States.
Have you ever been to a boutique golf resort?
If not, I highly recommend you experience one.
With only, say, 12-100 rooms and usually one golf course, the vibe and experience are very different than what you’re probably used to.
Like when people greet you warmly by your name?
And having a golf course entirely to yourself?