In the game of golf, talent alone won’t get the ball very far. While spiked shoes, collared shirts and cigars are synonymous with the game, all you really need on the course is a club. And while there’s no promising that using a more expensive club will lead to a lower scorecard, there’s not harm in checking out the world’s most luxurious options, is there?
World Golf Foundation has launched a new women’s website, www.GolfForHer.com, designed to increase women’s participation in the game.
The resource site is designed to attract and support female golfers of all ages and abilities. Contributing organizations include the LPGA, the PGA of America, the PGA TOUR, The First Tee, the USGA, ClubCorp, the Executive Women’s Golf Association, Golf Digest and GOLF 20/20, a subsidiary of the World Golf Foundation.
Luxurious 1,400 acre four-season family resort in Southern Vermont’s Deerfield Valley continues to attract new membership.
For the spirited epicurean, a lot of the fun in dining out is discovering what’s hot, trending and will be on the tip (both literally and figuratively) of everyone’s tongue. While we can’t, with complete certainty, predict what everyone will be buzzing about in 2015, we know who to ask…
Here, we’ve asked some of our favourite chefs from Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts to chime in on what they believe will be this year’s biggest food trends.
An occasion that brought together some of the best things about country club life: a great golf course, incredible whiskies and wonderful guests. The occasion – the 2015 PGA Show and a private whisky tasting with some of the best golf resorts and professionals in the world, including Innisbrook, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort; Reunion Resort, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort; The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort; Enchantment Resort; Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort and Spa; Villa La Estancia Riviera Nayarit; Hotel Las Americas Resort & Spa; Cameron House on Loch Lomond at one of the most iconic golf clubs in the U.S., Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge.
In Alan Schilling’s mind, there’s nothing like getting outside and spending the day playing golf.
President of MMI and a member of the Pines golf course at Lake Isabella, Schilling likes the activity, the fresh air and the scenery.
Michigan’s climate makes it impossible for Schilling and other golf enthusiasts to get out on the course this time of year, but the Mt. Pleasant Country Club is now offering the next best thing.
Meet Dr. Daniel Cosgrove, Medical Director of WellMax® – Indian Hills, CA.
WellMax believes that you are priceless. Your health and vitality depend upon a web-like association of many different “components” such as nutrition, stress, biochemistry, genes, fitness, cognitive function, and the absence of disease processes. WellMax works in conjunction with your existing doctors. Any gaps between specialists are filled to ensure we support your overall health and well-being. This concierge medicine-approach to your health is just one of the many benefits of WellMax services.
In the background of Tiger Wood’s deal with Hero Motors, there’s again a surge of international interest in Indian golf. But compared to, say, Thailand, which would have leveraged the public relations opportunity that such an association brings to lure even larger droves of golf tourists, India’s relative lack of accessible layouts scuppers any such spin-off.
Golf committees at club, district and national level spend many hours discussing how they can convert casual golfers into club members.
New Zealand is no different to any other nation and statistics indicate 482,000 Kiwis play golf but only 125,000 are members of golf clubs.