Golf Features Articles

World of Golf

Grant Wright has been one of the leaders of the Golf Range industry for the past 15 years.

Te Arai Links

Tom Doak’s latest Kiwi masterpiece, executed amid high dunes 90 minutes north of Auckland, officially opened for play on October 1st.

Cragun Resort  On Gull Lake

Lehman 18, 12th Hole, 160 Yards, Par-3
Architect: Tom Lehman (2023)
Brainerd, Minnesota, USA
Course updated from original design by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. (1998)

by M. James Ward

The Grove

9th  Hole, Par-5, 567 Yards, “Ruined Tower”
Architect: Kyle Phillips
Opened September, 2003, Hertfordshire, England

by M. James Ward


Senior Director, Research and Development, PXG

Interview with M. James Ward

Zen Green Stage

Zen’s bold move to change indoor golf

Golf Features catches up with Zen Green Stage founder Nick Middleton to find out what’s behind their exceptional technology.

Tegernsee Golf Club

A top quality golf club in Southern Germany

Trysil Golf

Trysilfjellet Golf Course is one of Norway’s finest forest and mountain courses. 

CEO, Rain or Shine Golf

Interview with M. James Ward

Close House

Lee Westwood Colt Course
13th Hole / 462 Yards / Par-4
New Castle upon Tyne, England
Architect: Scott Macpherson (May 2011)

by M. James Ward

Michael Napoleon, PGA

SuperSpeed Golf, LLC

Interview with M. James Ward

PowaKaddy, pioneer of the electric golf trolley industry, is proud to be celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.


They’ve gone bunkers at Berkhamsted Golf Club – but the club hasn’t changed its beloved bunker-free golf course, a stalwart in England’s Top 100 lists.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
13th hole / Par-5 / 640 Yards
Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (1948)

by M. James Ward

Brocket Hall

Two great courses, oozing with elegance and class

Cragun’s Resort on Gull Lake

Brainerd, Minnesota, USA
Lehman Course
4th hole / 627 Yards / Par-5
Architect: Tom Lehman

by M. James Ward

The Addington

Perhaps London’s finest course

Johnny Miller

The 2023 Bob Jones award recipient shook the golfing world 50 years ago with an earthquake U.S. Open round that still resonates.

by M. James Ward

Liberty National

5th Hole / 427 Yards / Par-4
Architect: Robert E. Cupp and Tom Kite (July 4, 2006)
Jersey City, New Jersey, USA

by M. James Ward