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Course of the Week: Minnesota’s Giants Ridge

August 27, 2018 By
Located north of Duluth, Minn., in the Superior National Forest of the Mesabi Iron Range, Giants Ridge has two award-winning public courses – the Legend and the Quarry. Year after year, national golf publications have ranked The Legend and The ...
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Trinity Forest GC receives Golf Digest’s 2018 Green Star Environmental Award

April 24, 2018 By
Trinity Forest Golf Club, site of the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson Classic, has been awarded Golf Digest’s Green Start Environmental Award for outstanding environmental practices. The golf course, located just 8 miles south of downtown Dallas, was built on a ...

Golf Digest names Bladerunner Farms’ president to List of Innovators & Influencers of 2016

May 18, 2016 By
Golf Digest named David Doguet, turfgrass breeder and president of Bladerunner Farms in Poteet, Texas, part of its List of Innovators & Influencers of 2016. Doguet is well-known in the turfgrass industry for his work in developing advanced varieties of ...

Whistling Straits earns spot on World’s Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses list

April 1, 2016 By
Golf Digest has once again included the Straits course at Whistling Straits on its second biennial list of World’s Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses–ranking No. 51 in the world, a recent news release reported. “We are extremely honored Whistling Straits ...
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Club at the Golden Nugget ranks as one of the Nation’s best

March 10, 2016 By
The Country Club at the Golden Nugget, which opened for play in 2015, was as named as a 2015 Top-10 New Course by Golf Digest magazine, Todd Eckenrode – Origins Golf Design recently announced in a news release. Designed by ...
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It’s not me, Bill Murray; it’s you

September 22, 2015 By
The October issue of Golf Digest is on my desk, and it dubs itself “The Comedy Issue.” Colin Jost of Saturday Night Live is on the cover. It was interesting to read in the Editor’s Letter from Jerry Tarde that ...