Considering all his outward reverence for tradition and history, today’s golfer has few practical throwback options on the course.
Golf first came to Morocco in 1914, when Sultan Abdelaziz, who had ruled the country from 1894 to 1908, commissioned a pair of British golf architects, Henry Cotton and Frank Pennink, to design an
However strange and exotic the setting may be to Westerners, Morocco holds few if any untoward surprises for most golfers.
The 16th tee of the Powerscourt Estate’s West Course invites lingering.
"Why don’t you play something for us?" asked Dan DeMars, owner of DeMars Guitars, an instrument maker from Norwich, Vt., that was among the roughly 1,500 companies displaying their wares at Januar
I have seen my swing on video before, and it is not a pretty sight. However, the view is far more palatable when I am recast as Mr.
The two courses at the Pelican Hill Golf Club (www.pelicanhill.com) in Newport Coast, Calif., reopened in November after
Marco Coppiardi insists that by employing Antonio Stradivari’s antiquated techniques, he produces violins superior to any modern-made ones.
Music "is to the soul what the water bath is to the body," wrote author and physician Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
The Jiva Hill Park Hotel (www.jivahill.com) in France has begun offering easy access to some of the finest ski areas in the A
Tim Blackford, general manager of the Bahía Beach Resort & Golf Club in Puerto Rico, steps back from his ball on the course’s 13th tee.
My tee shot on the third hole of the Mission Hills Golf Club’s newest course, a Pete Dye design that opened in September, has found the first cut of rough.
On its path through central Scotland, the Highland Fault skirts the southern end of Loch Lomond in the shape of a shepherd’s staff.
The view from the 13th green at the Shark’s Tooth golf club may be obscured, but few locations offer a clearer perspective of Greg Norman’s design philosophy.
William Laskin employs semiprecious gemstones the way that a painter uses watercolors or acrylics.
The remote location of his Argentine cattle ranch—some 1,000 miles from Buenos Aires—did not dissuade Jorge Taylor from converting a portion of Estancia Chapelco into a golf resort and community.
A wind blows across the hills of British Columbia’s backcountry toward the
green of Tobiano’s par-3 seventh hole, which is set atop a sage-covered bluff.
If, two centuries ago, a golfer believed that his equipment had to look good for him to play well, he would have wanted a set of clubs by Hugh Philp, whose talent for making wooden clubs has been
Al Geiberger, who 30 years ago became the first golfer to record a sub-60 round in a PGA Tour event, agrees with the comparisons that equate his achievement with that of Roger Bannister, the Briti
In the year 1900, Ada and Minna Everleigh relocated their already-flourishing
enterprise from Omaha, Neb., to Chicago, a larger city that offered the sisters