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, […]
Par-3 holes are often do-or-die shots with no room for error. That’s especially true in Muskoka where the par-3’s cross all manner of unforgiving terrain.
Every full length golf course already has the makings of a short course. All that’s required is an open mind and a willingness to try something different.
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.
Jim Deeks keeps a running score on the courses he plays and occasionally has an opportunity to favourably update first impressions.
At a time when golf is looking for solutions to grow the game and there’s a distance debate raging, maybe the answer is in the other direction.
Good golf courses are abundant in Palm Springs but Fairways columnist Jim Deeks discovered a new favourite on a recent visit to The Classic Club.
This spectacular Scott Miller design has been around for almost twenty years and still delivers all the challenge and thrills anyone could want on a golf course.
The International is a broad sweeping links style layout designed by Greg Norman and a favourite of the Fairways Bunker Squad.