This year, my journey into the world of golf writing has taken me to compelling venues across the state and country, where I saw firsthand what makes a golf course great.
In my first visit to play Erin Hills in 15 years, I re-discovered why it is one of the premier golfing destinations in the entire country.
With rounds coming up tomorrow and Saturday morning with America's #1 Intern, Patrick Koenig, it got me thinking about what it would be like to play 75 different golf courses in 52 days. Then I started thinking about it on more of a macro level... The State of Golf in Wisconsin: How it got to where it is today, the current environment and what's to come.
When on-site, it’s almost impossible to comprehend that it's just 15 years old. It’s got all the looks and feels of a historic property that’s been played and refined for centuries. Certainly, no course in America has changed and accomplished more in as short a period of time as Erin Hills, going under the knife regularly to improve the guest and tournament experience in ways both noticeable and strategically long-term...
My 2015 Golf Season in Review, including my favorite courses, best and most challenging holes and brief summary.
With the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay in the books, Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania is now on deck, and then Wisconsin's very own Erin Hills is in the hole as upcoming sites of our nation's greatest golf championship. Each year leading up to the 2017 US Open, Erin Hills Golf Course hosts the media day … Continue reading US Open Media Day: Erin Hills Golf Course
With almost exactly three years until the weekend of the 2017 US Open, Erin Hills Golf Course has come a long way! Following Martin Kaymer's runaway victory at Pinehurst No. 2 this past weekend, you can be sure Mike Davis is readying Chambers Bay for a much tougher challenge - hopefully one that will not … Continue reading Erin Hills Media Day: Counting Down the Years to the 2017 US Open