Do Digby Pines Like Babe Ruth

Locals still recall the July day in 1935 when baseball’s mighty Bambino visited Digby Pines Golf Course and brought Stanley Thompson’s daunting par-four 11th hole to its knees.

Pack the Sticks for Your Trip to Cooperstown

Every baseball fan fantasizes about a trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown. But don’t forget to pack your clubs for a tee off at Leatherstocking Golf Course, a classic beauty set beside the lake James Fenimore Cooper called “Glimmerglass.”

Golf and Sightseeing in Scottsdale-Phoenix

Sure, you’re going to Arizona’s famous Valley of the Sun primarily for the golf. But the charms of Scottsdale-Phoenix are many and varied, including stunning Southwest architecture and some of the best barbequed dishes you’ve ever tasted.

Big Cedar Lodge is a Billionaire’s Dream

Self-made billionaire Johnny Morris of Bass Pro Shops fame has built a wondrously unique golf resort in the Missouri wilderness that hosts one of senior golf’s most star-filled tournaments.

Reynolds Lake Oconee on Your Mind

Carved through pine tree-covered hills in Georgia’s Lake Country, Reynolds Lake Oconee offers five public-access courses, one of the game’s top instructors and a club-fitting facility just like the PGA Tour pros use.