For those of you who love golf and the Beatles, here’s a themed course in Minnesota, owned by the biggest Beatles fan ever with a Canadian connection.
Very enjoyable. Generally, I love Doug Carrick’s designs and The Nest was no different. Fun to play and you never feel like you got beat up. Probably the best greens we played on this year.
Here’s proof that a beautiful, well manicured Muskoka golf course course doesn’t have to be long or expensive to be challenging and plenty of fun.
You don’t have to be Irish to fall inexorably in love with a stunning, beguiling, intemperate, fickle, unforgiving, gorgeous, penal, generous, endearing, and simply unforgettable golf course.
This article originally appeared in the May 2016 issue of Fairways Magazine and is being shown again as part of our 20th Anniversary celebration. Some courses are immediately identified by their unique clubhouses. Think of Augusta National, LA Country Club or Pinehurst. Here are a dozen clubhouses in Southern Ontario that should be well known to local golfers, […]
This is a North American Bucket List but really only scratches the surface. Time and money dictate constraints but Bucket Lists are for dreaming.
Among the 800+ courses in the province, there are fantastic options to play a Bucket List of your own creation, without ever crossing a border.
Freelance golf and travel writer Donna Carter found that the newest addition to the Vancouver Island Golf Trail more than lived up to its hype.
On a recent golf trip to Kent, Fairways columnist Jim Deeks discovers a course that appears not to have changed much in over 100 years.