The Richmond, Va., course, originally designed by A.W. Tillinghast, found new life when the The First Tee of Greater Richmond stepped in to save it from ruin.
When the pandemic took hold in 2020, many of the world's top golf destinations began pushing reservations into 2021. According to tour operators, that created a high-demand ripple effect that may last for years.
Having to pick between Scottish and Irish links courses is a difficult choice when both provide some of the world's greatest golf experiences, but that doesn't stop Morning Read's John Hawkins and Mike Purkey from debating.
Morning Read’s Alex Miceli is in the United Kingdom to cover the Scottish Open and British Open, take in the sights, play some golf and snap photographs that catch his eye. Each day Miceli will file a new vignette.
The 2021 British Open venue bewitches with blind shots, bad bounces and questionable out of bounds.
Royal St. George's is not the only course on the other side of the Atlantic that has qualities that make it a bit different — but worth playing.
Established in 1896, Aberdour GC is a quirky parkland course by the Firth of Forth on the East Coast of Scotland. Kick off Open week with a special look at this unique track.
The Aiken, S.C., golf club, the second-oldest in the U.S., will host its annual amateur championship this week.
Opened in 1917 as Hermitage Country Club and host to the 1949 PGA Championship, the Richmond, Va., the public-access course now known as Belmont Golf Course has been restored by Love Golf Design.
From travel bags that streamline airport navigation to rain gear that can preserve the enjoyment of a round played in less-than-ideal conditions, the following gear falls into the category of must-have for those avid traveling golfers.