World Golf Hall of Fame golf course architect Pete Dye died Jan. 9, leaving behind a mesmerizing trail of iconic and beautiful layouts across the globe.
Most golfers resolve to play more golf in 2020, and some local organizations can make that easier and more enjoyable.
Doozy is defined as “something outstanding or unique of its kind.” Well, the previous decade of Vegas pro golf was just that. Here’s a few of my favorite moments.
Jimmie Bullard lived life on his terms, first as a high-level player at Arkansas City High School, then at powerhouse Oklahoma State, before playing on the PGA Tour.
Around the holidays, most of us have a little down time to ponder different ideas.
This is a public service announcement for golfers: wait until 2020 to make a hole-in-one if it has a major prize attached to the swing and resulting ace.
This past September, Jake Olson, a 16 handicap, won the United States Blind Golf Association national championship, which was held at Las Vegas Golf Club.
Fresh off the new rules of golf roll out in January 2019, the United States Golf Association and Royal Ancient are working together again to launch World Golf Handicap 2020.
As in year’s past, the Las Vegas golf landscape evolved in different and unique ways over the last 12 months.
Sorenstam, 49, is scheduled to become the first female professional to compete in the PNC Father/Son Challenge at the Ritz/Carlton Golf Club Dec. 8-9 in Orlando.