Golf News for Monday, August 3, 2015

"We are pleased to introduce the key members of our Grandura Golf team," said Gary Beck, COO, BST Nano Carbon. "The people that make up our organization are named inventors on over 170 golf patents and have more than 220 years of combined experience in the golf industry." [... more » ]


Located on the west side of Otsego Lake in Gaylord, The Natural golf course at Beaver Creek Resort is very deserving of its name. It it sites on one of the most scenic sites in northern Michigan. Stay at Beaver Creek and play The Natural from just $99.95 per person per day! [... more » ]


"The first two rounds at this year's Faldo Series Asia Grand Final I played really well and was in contention. Hopefully I can improve on that next year. It was a great experience and I look forward to spending some time again with Nick Faldo and learning from him," said Leon D'Souza following his victory in the Faldo Series Hong Kong Championship. [... more » ]

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Inbee Park wins the Ricoh Women's British Open, earns the trophy she wanted most
Inbee Park closed with a vengeance Sunday to win the Ricoh Women’s British Open. While revenge doesn’t seem like Park's style, there was some of that fueling the fierce way she finished at Trump Turnberry. She wasn't out there trying to obliterate the opposition as much as she was trying to obliterate the memory of last year’s loss at Royal Birkdale. For more...

Grand Geneva Resort and Spa in Wisconsin: The Brute and Highlands Courses
Dating back to 1968, today's Grand Geneva Resort and Spa is family friendly and quite diverse. Golf remains central to the resort's amenities, which include horseback riding, zip-lining, mountain biking, tennis, swimming, skiing, snowmobiling, fine dining, and the luxuriousness of the WELL spa. Kiel Christianson offers a look at Grand Geneva's Brute and Highlands golf courses. For more...

Big plans: Glacier Club in Durango, Colorado has grander scale in mind for its 27 holes of golf
The 27 holes at Glacier Club in Durango, Colorado, are soon to change. Coming soon: A totally private, 18-hole Glacier Course and an 18-hole, public Cliffs Course. David R. Holland has more from this laid-back Western town known for being way ahead of its time. For more...