• Cherokee Valley Club Gets New Clubhouse

    Cherokee Valley Club Gets New Clubhouse0

    Clubhouse Requires Re-routing of the P.B. Dye Design By Len Ziehm Clubs — at least the lucky ones– are sometimes able to build nice, new clubhouses even in these difficult financial times.  Cherokee Valley Club, a 28-year-old public facility 25 miles from the city of Greenville, S.C., is one of those but there’s more to

  • Myrtle Beach Has 3 on Golfweek’s Top 100 List

    Myrtle Beach Has 3 on Golfweek’s Top 100 List0

    Dunes, Caledonia and True Blue Make Magazine’s Best of List By Chris King Golfweek magazine has unveiled its annual ranking of the “Top 100 Best Courses You Can Play in the U.S.” and a trio of Myrtle Beach layouts earned a spot on the prestigious list. Golfweek ranked the famed Dunes Golf & Beach Club

  • Panama City Beach: Golf Capital of NW Florida

    Panama City Beach: Golf Capital of NW Florida0

    Three Championship Courses Beckon PLayers of All Abilities By Dave Daubert Home to three championship courses, Visit Panama City Beach invites golfers of all skill levels to experience a social distance-friendly vacation on the Gulf Coast and discover first-hand why the destination is considered a golfer’s paradise. Whether seeking a relaxed afternoon on the links,

  • Branson snags Best-in-state Honors

    Branson snags Best-in-state Honors0

    GolfweekLavishes Praise on Four Branson Golf Offerings By Dave Daubert Four Branson, Mo.,  golf courses have earned top spots in Golfweek’s ‘Best Courses You Can Play’ in the state’s latest Top 10. Ozarks National, Buffalo Ridge, Branson Hills and LedgeStone garnered Nos. 1,2,3 and 7 respectively in the annual compilation of lists that include “Best-in-State.”

  • Kohler: The Baths of Blackwolf Run

    Kohler: The Baths of Blackwolf Run0

    10-hole Par 3 Course to be Newest Addition to Destination Kohler Offering Adds to 36 Holes at Blackwolf Run Resort By Len Ziehm Business is reportedly down at America’s golf destinations, but you certainly can’t blame the operators like those at Kohler for that. They have taken aggressive measures to entice golfers back, even in

  • How Wasioto Winds Survived Mother Nature

    How Wasioto Winds Survived Mother Nature0

    February Storm Submerged Wasioto Winds under 25 Feet of Water By Ken Mink Mother Nature plays no favorites and on Feb. 6, she landed a tremendous punch to the gut at the Wasioto Winds Golf Course at Pine Mountain State Park, unleashing a rainstorm of biblical proportion, dropping some eight inches of rain in less