Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Although Quaker Ridge keeps a low-profile, those who have been fortunate to experience it firsthand know it is very well-deserving of its Top 100 status and is undoubtedly one of the best parkland designs in America. Characterized by numerous strong par fours, impeccable conditioning, and several unique quirks, I can’t say enough positive things about Quaker Ridge. This is a course I could play for the rest of my life and never tire of. … More Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Review: Dormie Club

Dormie Club is another strong effort from Coore and Crenshaw and is a course every visitor to Pinehurst should explore as long as it’s still open to the public. While my expectations were perhaps a bit too high after Streamsong Red, I did thoroughly enjoy this par 71 with one of the strongest opening stretches of holes I’ve played.  … More Review: Dormie Club

Review: Tobacco Road Golf Club

Tobacco Road Golf Club is as unique a course as you’ll ever play thanks to a dizzying array of risk-reward blind holes sculpted in the sandhills of North Carolina. While a controversial design, I absolutely loved the course and thinks it’s completely fair if you purchase a yardage book or do your research beforehand. Offering fantastic value, this is one of the most fun rounds you’ll ever experience and is absolutely a must-play to those visiting Pinehurst. … More Review: Tobacco Road Golf Club

The Logistics of a Streamsong Trip

The buzz surrounding Streamsong Resort is there for good reason; With three unique, championship courses and a stunning modern resort, Streamsong is indeed the Bandon Dunes of the South. Streamsong is arguably the best winter golf getaway in America, and every golfer should try to make it here at least once. For non-golfers, however, Streamsong’s isolation might be an issue. … More The Logistics of a Streamsong Trip

Review: Streamsong Resort – Black Course

While Streamsong Black’s name and hype will undoubtedly propel it onto some prestigious lists, the course itself is polarizing. Unlike anything else in the world, the Black Course features some incredible holes, but the overall experience is soured by greens that are too tricked out for my liking. Certainly give the Black a try, but I’d take the Red or Blue Course over this any day. … More Review: Streamsong Resort – Black Course