Bay Tree Golf Plantation, one of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina’s oldest golf courses, will close its doors on May 15, 2006, after 34 years.
Following the Oct. 24 launching of The First Tee of Ireland and naming Druids Glen Golf Resort as the first affiliate venue, Rathbane Golf Course in Limerick has been named the second affiliate venue.
Two Nelson & Haworth-designed courses will be featured when the European Tour kicks off its 2006 international schedule in November.
Sea Trail Golf Resort, located in Sunset Beach, N.C., announces that its Maples, Jones and Byrd signature golf courses are among the "Top 50 Courses of Myrtle Beach" in Golf Digest‘s first-ever rating of the Myrtle Beach area. The Jones Course was ranked No. 30, Maples was No. 44 and Byrd was No. 50.
Barefoot Resort and Golf in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., has been named to Where To Retire magazine’s list of "America’s 100 Best Master-Planned Communities."
GolfOrlando reports that nearly all of the 24 golf courses in the cooperative marketing organization reopened for business Tuesday following a day of tropical storm winds and rain associated with Hurricane Wilma on Monday.
Golf course architect Kris Spence begins a $6 million redesign project of Lake Toxaway Country Club in Lake Toxaway, N.C.
The Mississippi Development Authority announces that Tunica National Golf and Tennis Club and Reunion Golf and Country Club were recently chosen as two of Golf Inc. Magazine‘s top five new developments in the magazine’s "Development of the Year 2005" awards.
Construction and grow-in is complete at the Rick Jacobson-designed Club at Strawberry Creek in Kenosha, Wisc., and will open formally next spring.
SouthWood Golf Club in Tallahassee, Fla., will host the inaugural Grove Park Ladies Match Play Championship, Nov. 9-10.
Shingle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Fla., offers a holiday gift certificate.
<b>Doral Golf Resort and Spa</b> in Miami, Fla., breaks ground on a 60,000 square-foot meeting facility, featuring a 24,000 square-foot ballroom.
<B>Bayside Resort Golf Club</B> in Fenwick Island, Del., announces the reaching of 150 golf members since its opening in August.
<b>Pawleys Plantation</b> in Pawley’s Island, S.C., reports that its <b>Jack Nicklaus</b>-designed golf course has made <b>Golf Digest</b>’s top 20 of the "TOP 50 COURSES OF MYRTLE BEACH" rankings. n the November issue of the magazine and online at golfdigest.com/myrtle.
<b>Grande Dunes Golf Course</b> reports that it is ranked No. 15 on <b>Golf Digest</b>’s first-ever "Top 50 Courses of Myrtle Beach" list.
<b>Tidewater Golf Club</b> in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., is No. 5 on <b>Golf Digest</b>’s list of the "Top 50 Courses of Myrtle Beach."
<B>Circling Raven Golf Club</B> in Worley, Idaho, has been named to the <b>ZAGAT Survey</b> listing of "America’s Top Golf Courses" for 2006-07.
The <b>Kaua’i Visitors Bureau</b> in Kaua’i, Hawaii, announces that five golf-and-resort properties offering a combined 135 holes have been named to the <b>ZAGAT Survey</b> listing of "America’s Top Golf Courses" for 2006-2007.
Golf course architect <b>Bill Bergin</b> will design the Foxland Golf Course at <b>Fairvue Plantation</b> in Nashville.
<B>La Costa Resort and Spa</B> in Carlsbad, Calif., is selected No. 3 in the "Best Golf Resort" category for the West and Northwest United States in the current edition of <b>Travel + Leisure Golf</b> magazine.
<B>Raven’s Claw Golf Club</b> in Limerick, Pa., announces the completion of its 11,000 square foot clubhouse.