Golf/Golf Architecture

Double Feature: “Taking Off” and “Mile-High Marvels”

Here’s some Monday lunch break reading: A couple of pieces of my recent work are now available in digital form.

First up is my cover story in Links magazine about the fiftieth anniversaries of the 1961 Masters and Open Championship, and how these two events pushed golf toward becoming the global sport that it is today.

I had a great time working on this piece, in part because it gave me the opportunity to interview both Gary Player and The King himself. I’m not sure how to navigate directly to the feature, but it is on page 68 of the new Spring issue, located in the center of the homepage.


Next up, fans of Tom Doak may enjoy a travel feature I filed for the Met Golfer on two of his Colorado layouts–Ballyneal and CommonGround. They make for an excellent study in contrasts and a good base around which to build an itinerary in and around Denver. This piece also features photography (see below) from my friend Jim Colton, who introduced me to this great club last summer. Here’s the link straight to the feature.


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