Review: Highlands Links

Perhaps the most isolated of the world’s great courses, Highlands Links doesn’t get the recognition it deserves but left me awestruck. With one of the most memorable and naturally beautiful settings in golf, Stanley Thompson created a spellbinding masterpiece here that all who value golf architecture should visit. A trip to Cabot without including Highlands is truly unforgivable. … More Review: Highlands Links

Review: Cape Arundel Golf Club

Short but very sweet, Walter Travis’ Cape Arundel offers a truly wonderful setting in picturesque Southern Maine. Boasting some of the finest greens complexes anywhere and one of the best walks, this course is the perfect example of why length isn’t necessary for greatness. I highly recommend Cape Arundel to anyone visiting Portland or even for those looking for a new course in the Boston area. … More Review: Cape Arundel Golf Club

Review: Rock Spring Golf Club at West Orange

While I think Rock Spring is more Banks than Raynor, the bottom line is that the general public won’t get a much better opportunity to experience templates and MacRaynor architecture than this. At under $50, I implore all those interested in architecture to check out Rock Spring as soon as possible, especially considering the property value may cause this course to be lost forever soon… … More Review: Rock Spring Golf Club at West Orange