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Golf BC Puts A New Face On An Old Friend In Maui
The Blue Course On Wailea Lives Up To Its Name With This View Of The Pacific Ocean - Image Credit Gord Montgomery
by Gord Montgomery, Inside Golf
What's old is now new at the Wailea Blue.
The course, formerly known as Old Blue, has seen some modifications to its routing rather than a re-do of its holes and through that, players now find the track still harkens back to the golden past of the game with its manicured fairways and greens now presented in a more enjoyable play.
Take Notah: Begay's Sewailo Course An Oasis In Southwest Tucson
by Jim Claggett
Designing a golf course which appeals to the entire golfing community is one of those 'you can't please everyone' types of propositions.
The latest creation from relatively new course designer Notah Begay fits into that category but the asterisk beside this one is the fact he has taken the building of a golf course in another direction.
Read more: Take Notah: Begay's Sewailo Course An Oasis In Southwest Tucson
Las Sendas: A Phoenix Rising
The rebirth of the Las Sendas Golf Club is complete. Now in the 5th year of ownership, the primarily Canadian consortium of Lloyd & Wayne McBean along with partners Ken Elias, Ian Warrack and John Musil, (American) fulfilled their goal of constructing the additional amenities needed in order to be considered a “world class” golf facility.
Return To Fairmont Kea Lani Just Like Coming Home
by Gord Montgomery
Those may be two simple words, and a simple slogan, but the meaning behind the greeting at the Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui is genuine, for the staff is truly happy you have returned.
Read more: Return To Fairmont Kea Lani Just Like Coming Home