Golf Pros in Good Spirits at PGA Show

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.

County Club Hosts Indoor Golf Open House

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.

Conversations with WellMax® Medical Director, Dr. Daniel Cosgrove

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.

Golf’s Own Country

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.

Bold plans to revive the fortunes of Perth’s historic North Inch Golf Course

Hard on the heels of a successful Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, Perth and Kinross Council has ambitious plans to ensure the North Inch course thrives

Perth’s troubled North Inch Golf Course is set for a new lease of life.

Hard on the heels of a successful Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, Perth and Kinross Council has ambitious plans to ensure the historic municipal course not just survives but thrives.

Highland Yacht Club – Lake Ontario’s hidden jewel of a Yacht Club

The formation of Glacial Lake Iroquois, at the end of the last ice age, was to have a lasting effect on the boating activity on Lake Ontario. Many years ago, as the lake eroded, it left geological records through alluvial deposits from the Bluffs, which then settled westward to form the Toronto Islands. More recently, the erosion rate picked up quickly in the 1940s when cottages were being built along the bluffs to capitalize on the breathtaking, enticing waterfront view of this ‘geological wonder’ and a unique feature in North America.

Yacht membership firm partners with aviation company

Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company, has partnered with Barton & Gray Mariners Club, a luxury yachting membership program based in Hampton Falls.

The strategic alliance between Wheels Up, of New York City, and Barton & Gray Mariners Club will provide members of each organization with reciprocal access to the other’s fleet, including Wheels Up’s exclusive fleet of “mission-appropriate” aircraft and Barton & Gray Mariners Club’s fleet of renowned Hinckley Yachts.

Kuldip Dhillon: Cirencester Park Polo Club will remain ‘one of the big three clubs’

Kuldip Dhillon, chairman of Cirencester Park Polo Club, moved from Cheshire in 1987, having played for the club initially, travelling south to a club he grew to love.

In recent years, Dhillon, whose son Satnam is a 6-goal player, has overseen important changes that needed to be made to a club which sits on a 3000-acre estate.

“Logistically, Cirencester has always been a more difficult venue because of the distance from London,” Dhillon says. “Not only from the point of view of players, who have to work in London, but also from sponsorship because the commercial centre of the UK is London and any sponsor who wants a day of polo generally would like to get their clients to the venue and back.