Boston, the U.S. city selected Thursday as the one that could stage the 2024 Olympic games, boasts a number of top golf courses. The problem is that, at this early stage of the process, none of them appears to be in the running to host potential Olympians Lydia Ko, Cheyenne Woods, or Rickie Fowler.
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A Bethlehem Township developer unveiled plans Monday to create a townhouse community within the boundaries of Lower Saucon Township’s Silver Creek Country Club.
The proposal calls for 120 custom townhouses built on three arcels totaling 30 acres at the northern, central and southern edges of the 280-acre golf course off Linden Avenue.
Developer David Spirk of Spirk Brothers Inc. said the homes would be built according to the buyers’ specifications, range in price from $300,000 to $500,000 and have facades that complement the existing stone structures. Owners would be required to belong to the country club.
Youngsters are the future of golf.
And they will be a major focus of Tom Wild who took over from Parnell Reilly at Bradley Park on November 1.
Tom is very much looking forward to his new role in 2015 and his mission is to make golf available to all people at all levels and ages – from the complete beginner to the more experienced golfer.
“It will take up to two years for some of the organic changes we’ve made to mature into place, but we’re excited about making this an outstanding golf facility for the members.”
– Michael Shoun, McConnell Golf Group of Raleigh
The Palm Desert-based Bighorn Institute held its annual fund-raising tournament Nov. 24 at Stone Eagle Golf Club in Palm Desert. This year marked the 27th annual event for the Bighorn Institute Golf Classic. The special day of golf benefited the institute’s research and conservation efforts for the endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep.
The golf was preceded by a membership pre-tournament party at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Ranch Mirage. The party featured food, drinks, silent and live auctions, all enjoyed by the 145 guests.
The New York Times just profiled Montana’s most exclusive ski area, the Yellowstone Club, and things are looking up for the 13,600-acre private club. After defaulting on a $375 million loan in November 2008, the Yellowstone Club spent years trying to clean up from a messy divorce case and bankruptcy. But though the caviar bar might be gone, the Yellowstone Club is back on top and thriving.