I was in Orlando to attend the Global Business Travel Association annual conference, held at the Orlando Convention Center. Pre-convention

As I planned the excursions on our family getaway on the Norwegian Gem cruise this winter, I thought I should

I recently visited the Middle East and Asia on the same trip, a 15-day journey that allowed me to cover

After years of wishing to travel to Israel — an interest developed by 16 years of a Catholic education and

One of the greatest golf course stories to ever be told will be how the Union League of Philadelphia saved

By Myrtle Beach golf standards, Heather Glen Golf Links is ancient. During the golf boom of the 1990s until the

The most common name in the Donegal phone book is Gallagher, so it was fitting that I found time to

Ashford Castle may have its roots in 1228 when the de Burgo family conquered the O’Conner family in Connaught, but

Pebble Beach is on nearly every golfer’s list of courses to play, ranking up there with Pine Valley and the

The land El Caballero Country Club occupies was aptly owned at one time by Brig. Gen. Harrison Grey Otis, the

Nothing is more exciting than taking a day in mid-September to drive to Sleepy Hollow Country Club — a true

Originally chartered in May 1902 as the Delaware County Country Club, Llanerch can proudly claim to be one of the

JP Morgan Chase credit card holders often receive invitations to one of the Chase Inside Access events, which range from

In the July 2014 issue of Global Traveler, I reviewed one of our all-time favorite golf courses in Myrtle Beach,

Treetops Resort has been around for quite a while and actually started as a ski resort in the 1950s. It

The Caledonia Golf and Fish Club is a favorite among most golfers who visit the Myrtle Beach area and is

When Jack Nicklaus designed the three nine-hole courses at La Paloma 30 years ago, he was still playing in the

Golf is not just about getting the ball in the hole. Golf is visceral, engaging all of the physical senses

This is the final installment of my reviews of the courses at Barefoot Landing in Myrtle Beach, S.C. See back

In 1946, members of Willowbrook Country Club in Baldwin, N.Y., learned the town elders voted to revoke their lease in

Of the four courses at the famous Barefoot Resort and Golf in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Fazio Course is often

Built in 1965, Hampton Hills Country Club is a secret hideaway in New York’s summer playground, the Hamptons. Playing the

Nissequogue brings back memories, many from the time when I was developing Global Traveler. As we swiftly approach the 10th

For my second in a series about the Korean golf mecca Jeju Island (see Golf, September 2013), I hit the