The Keene Cup, our headlining event for the men’s golf season, is fast approaching. Although the club’s flagship golf tournament typically showcases its own distinctive championship flags, this year the flags flown over those four days will be different. They’re brand new designs that the club will use throughout the season, and The Keene Cup will
Admiring and Playing from The Bog’s New Tall and Wispy Grasses When the U.S. Open was played at Pinehurst in 2014, we were awestruck by the No. 2 Course’s transformation. Back in 2010, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw restored the hallowed Donald Ross design, replacing much of the rough with native and wild-looking waste areas.
Every year, when the gates of Augusta National Golf Club open for The Masters, avid golfers and enthusiastic golf fans all around the world are provided a fresh glimpse at the pristine and beautiful grounds that make up that exclusive club. Our eyes are always drawn to the carpet of long-needle pine straw that stretches
When golf members return to Willowbend and tee it up on The Bend course this spring, they’ll quickly discover that a familiar friend has benefited from a much-needed facelift. Over the years, the short par-4 third hole has become exceedingly difficult, especially off the tee, as a beech tree near the end of the fairway
When the famous No. 2 course at Pinehurst reopened a decade ago, its restored holes were visually enthralling. In the years since, other revered Golden Age golf clubs like Baltusrol, Southern Hills Country Club, and the Los Angeles Country Club have made bold investments into the restoration and enhancement of their own championship venues. At