Stanford shows off new digs

By Ron Balicki | February 26, 2002 5:00 am Many of the practice facilities being built for college golf programs feature a clubhouse strictly for the teams and coaches, some of them quite elaborate. Stanford University’s new facility is not among them. There’s no fancy building with offices, lockers, lounges, big-screen TVs, computers, etc. All the Cardinal has…

Chambers Bay

Editor’s note: This story was originally published June 16, 2007 Chambers Bay is the most carefully crafted and well-designed municipal golf course to open since Bethpage State Park’s Black Course in 1936. The big difference is that Chambers Bay, perched on the windy shoreline of Washington’s lower Puget Sound, has a better natural setting and…

SENTRYWORLD GOLF COURSE

SENTRYWORLD GOLF COURSE Jul 15, 2017 SentryWorld, located in the central Wisconsin town of Stevens Point has long been known as the state’s first true golf destination. This area, commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the North Woods” is the link between the rolling farmlands of the Badger state and the lake country to the north. The vision for this grand daily fee…