From the state of Washington to Las Vegas to South Carolina, the summer promises to be a busy one on golf courses around the country. Here are 5 must-play areas that our Travel Caddie is excited about.
There's a reason why they are called the "Magnificent Ten," as BOYNE Golf sets the standard for golf in Michigan, featuring courses designed with influence by Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Pete Dye, George Fazio, and Dr. Alister Mackenzie.
As home to one of golf's icons, Bobby Jones, Atlanta has a storied history with the game, with its courses inclusive of East Lake to Reynolds Lake Oconee to Bear's Best. Check out the Travel Caddie's guide to finding great golf in Atlanta.
Quite simply, when you think of desert golf, you’re most likely picturing Arizona golf. Maybe it’s the giant saguaros that dominate the landscape and give those courses a beauty you just don’t find on most other desert landscapes in the United States.
From feeling like a pre-round VIP to golf that will leave you both satisfied and wanting to tee it up again, Bali Hai creates an experience that is unparalleled in Las Vegas — here's why 2021 is the perfect year to take it all in.
Celebrated as one of the most iconic golf resorts in the world, Bandon Dunes offers a wide variety of course options, as well as amenities that provide you with the perfect backdrop to a golf trip that you will want to put on repeat.
It was the home of Arnold Palmer. If that’s all you needed to know about Bay Hill, that would be enough to add it to any golfer’s “must play” list.
The second you pull up to the gates at Big Cedar Lodge you know you are in for something special. Johnny Morris has created this resort to give guests the ability to connect with the outdoors in a way that speaks to your passion, and luckily for golfers he has done this in spectacular fashion.
As the world continues to get vaccinated, the opening of the U.S.-Canada border feels imminent, which will open the floodgates for incredible golf, including Prince Edward Island, Cabot Cape Breton and Whistler.
Erin Hills made its way on to most golfer’s radar during Brooks Koepka’s 2017 U.S. Open win, which kicked off his incredible run of four majors won over the following two years.