Tag: PGA Tour golf course review

Golf Course Review: Cog Hill No.4 Dubsdread (IL)

Cog Hill No. 4, Dubsdread Course Rankings: Golf Digest: #53 US public, #11 Illinois GolfWeek: #134 US modern, #1 Illinois public Golf.com: #34 US public, #1 Illinois public Designer: Dick Wilson (1964), Rees Jones (2008 reno) The top-rated course in the state of Illinois, Cog Hill Number Four Dubsdread is a big-time golf course with the …

Golf Course Review: The River Course at Blackwolf Run

Blackwolf Run, River Course Rankings: Golf Digest: #16 US public, #32 US toughest, #4 Wisconsin GolfWeek: #56 US modern, #17 US resort, #3 Wisconsin public Golf.com: #89 US top 100, #14 US public Designer: Pete Dye (1988) A true Pete Dye masterpiece, the River at Blackwolf Run is unanimously the second rated course in Wisconsin, Golf …

Erin Hills: Teeing It Up for the 2017 US Open By Paul Seifert

Hot off the presses for GolfWisconsin: Erin Hills: Teeing It Up for the 2017 US Open By Paul Seifert As a side note, I am very happy with the way this article turned out. All of the behind-the-scenes work creates a nice blend of experiential writing and background. It is my hope that for years …

Golf Course Review: Erin Hills

  In rural Southeast Wisconsin is one of the state’s true golfing gems: Erin Hills. The rugged terrain of Erin Hills looks and feels like the most natural land in the world. The course and its layout, though, are far from natural. In fact, the past seven years have brought radical changes to this beautiful …

Behind the Scenes at the Farmers Insurance Open/Zurich Pro-Am (CA)

If you’re like me, you’ve seen and heard of pro/ams, but have probably never known much about them or how they work. I had the great privilege of participating in the 2012 Farmers Insurance Open Zurich Pro/Am at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California, several weeks ago. I participated as a caddy for my friend, …

Golf Course Review: Brown Deer Park Golf Course

Born in 1934, this historic golf course was the site of the Greater Milwaukee Open, and later the US Bank Championship, and was the site of Tiger Woods’ first PGA Tour event. With much pageantry, Brown Deer is the Cadillac of Milwaukee’s county courses, and the primary reason any golf enthusiast in the Milwaukee area should own a county …