So you think you have some tough holes on your course. Take a look at what a course in California has to deal with. It isn’t pretty.
by Jeff Skinner Among the many aspects that make golf a great game is the deep-seated sense of tradition. Along with the rules of golf, the traditions and etiquette of the sport are passed on from golfer to golfer and hopefully from generation to generation. I try to always respect the traditions and etiquette of game. I think I had one of those “pay it forward” experiences the other day. I had called one of my favorite courses and made… Continue Reading
Staff Writer: Jeff Skinner In the heart of New York States’ Hudson Valley, sits Garrison Golf Club. On a ridge overlooking the Hudson River, this Dick Wilson design has plenty of ups and downs, and a view of the Hudson River that may make it difficult to keep your mind on your game. Rolling hills and streams make this wooded property a real gem of a course. Garrison has many fine holes that offer a challenge to all levels of… Continue Reading