Almost a year ago I learned that two bold (or crazy) New Zealand lawyer/golfers in their mid-twenties had decided to bag the law biz and travel the world. The part that piqued my interest was that their travels would include a round of golf per day for a full 365 days, constantly moving, regardless of […]Read Article
A former Michigander, my initial foray onto the golf scene – actual playing – did not occur until I was in my twenties (a billion years ago) and began working the ad agency circuit. Prior to that, golf was something I occasionally caught on television while visiting a girlfriend’s home – her folks were country clubbers who enjoyed golf décor, televised golf, weekly rounds with their foursome and regular getaways to Vegas, Myrtle Beach and the like.
Based on what I could see on TV and their lively anecdotes, I could appreciate their passion for the game. With the peaceful atmosphere, sportsmanship, incredible landscapes and attractive, ‘tidy’ attire, there was no doubt golf was a pastime about which I could definitely get excited.Read Article
I had the privilege in my “day job” a few weeks back to follow Tiger, Phil and US Open Champ Graeme McDowell as they were paired together at Doral. But what promised to be a matchup of great champions turned into something far less. In fact, you probably remember Tiger’s snipe-hook-topped drive that went less […]Read Article
Don’t think for a minute that Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus crafted Harbour Town Golf Links, got famous and forgot about the 12-mile island off the southeast coast of South Carolina.
Far from it. In fact the two share billing at Colleton River Plantation, which has both the Nicklaus course and the Dye course.
Hilton Head Island has long been considered a favorite destination for golf lovers. With 24 championship golf courses on the Island, and 15 additional courses in the region, how could an avid golfer go wrong?
This spring, it seems like the accolades for Hilton Head Island’s golf have been stacking up. Here are the highlights:Read Article
I’m going to go out on the limb here and risk offending not only the Weather Gods (Thor is probably the one we hear most about in the Lowcountry), but the Golf Gods (I’m thinking Arnold or maybe Jack William, the gods of our generation’s love affair with the game). A series of warm nights, […]Read Article