Courses & Travel
Courses & TravelIn this episode of Eat. Stay. Love., host Jamie McDonald drops in at Cog Hill Golf Club, southwest of Chicago, Illinois. Cog Hill President Katherine Jemsek tells Jamie about the club's four golf courses, with an eye on the most challenging: Dubsdread. Katherine's father and club owner, Frank Jemsek, greets all the golfers at the tee before they play. Starter Mark Thompson details what makes the club special. Club pro Kevin Weeks coaches McDonald through the championship course.
Courses & TravelIn this episode of Eat. Stay. Love., host Jamie McDonald hits the links at The K Club, located approximately thirty kilometers from Dublin in Ireland. K Club Superintendent Gerry Byrne gives us the rundown on K Club's courses, the Palmer Ryder Cup Course and the Smurfit Course, and numerous amenities like equestrian, archery, fishing, and falconry. Head Golf Professional Michael Dixon guides McDonald through the history and terrain of the courses.
Courses & TravelEverything you need to know about the top eight Open Championship venues.
Courses & TravelHere's what you need to know about the site of the 2017 U.S. Open. Aerial footage courtesy of Erin Hills/Advexure/Paul Hundley
Courses & TravelA boy with autism and his father find happiness through golf.
Courses & TravelFounded 28 years ago, Emirates Golf Club was the first grass course in the Middle East. It features floodlights which make it possible for you to play at night and GPS in every cart. While it was remote when it was built, the club now occupies prime real estate in the heart of Dubai. Produced for Golf Digest with Edward Jones.
Courses & TravelEveryone knows who's number 1 and 2 on Golf Digest's 100 Greatest Courses ranking, but sussing out the true momentum-gainers takes a little more work. Find out what we looked for to pinpoint the "hottest" courses on the list. Presented by Porsche.
Courses & TravelTroia Golf offers excellent scenery while you play on the peninsula surrounded by mountains, a river, and the ocean. Legendary architect Robert Trent Jones considered the third hole one of the best 18 he had ever designed.
Courses & TravelAfter tasting her way through Tucson's culinary creations, food and travel writer Emily Elyse Miller headed to Phoenix to continue her delicious journey. Watch as she discovers the growing makers' movement and how this desert region produces everything from exceptional milled flour to fiery hot sauce to olive oil made from locally grown olives. Presented by Arizona Office of Tourism
Courses & TravelFood and travel writer Emily Elyse Miller returned to her Arizona roots to find a burgeoning food scene had sprung up in her absence. Follow her exploration of the heritage-inspired cuisine scene in Tucson, the world's first UNESCO World City of Gastronomy. Presented by Arizona Office of Tourism
Courses & TravelBest-selling author, ultramarathoner and fitness coach Robin Arzón was surprised to discover Arizona's softer side. When she wasn't scaling mountains in Tucson and dashing down trails in Sedona to prepare for an upcoming race, she focused on connecting mind and body with rejuvenating spa treatments, poolside relaxation and moonlit yoga. Presented by Arizona Office of Tourism
Courses & TravelFormer baseball pro Cody Ross and his family have called northern Arizona home for years. Follow them around Flagstaff and Sedona as they visit their favorite family spots, from riding to the top of Arizona's highest peak, to fishing creek-side, to stargazing through a 122-year-old telescope. Presented by Arizona Office of Tourism
Courses & TravelMusician Matt Simons took a break from his European tour to spend a few days getting inspired by Phoenix's diverse arts culture. After exploring Native and local art, sampling craft cocktails from a master mixologist and examining the exquisite craftsmanship at Consanti, Matt capped off his trip with an intimate performance. Presented by Arizona Office of Tourism