Eat. Stay. Love. | Presented by Edward Jones3 seasons, 18 episodes
Travel like a local and dine like a regular. Explore the world as only an insider can.
Eat. Stay. Love. | Presented by Edward Jones - Season 4
Courses & TravelGolf Digest takes you on a tour of some of the world's greatest golf courses, including Fossil Trace Club in Denver, Assoufid Club in Marrakesh, Crete Golf Club in Crete, Bruntsfield Links in Edinburgh, and Iron Horse Club in Dallas.
Courses & TravelEat. Stay. Love. | Presented by Edward Jones | In Scotland, golf is a way of life. Our host, Jamie McDonald, travels to Bruntsfield Links in Edinburgh, one of the oldest golf courses in the world. Founded in 1761, the original 5-hole course was located under Edinburgh Castle.
Courses & TravelEat. Stay. Love. | Presented by Edward Jones | In this episode, our host Jamie McDonald travels to the Crete Golf Club in Crete, Greece. There he talks with General Manager Nicholas Sotiropolous and Head Pro Henrik Engdahl about what makes this course so unique. Doesn't hurt that it's right by the birthplace of the Greek God Zeus.
Courses & TravelEat. Stay. Love. | Presented by Edward Jones
Just 20 minutes from Denver, there's a golf course unlike any you've ever played. There's breath-taking scenery, great conditions, and a boatload of dinosaur fossils right there at the 12th hole.
Courses & TravelIn this episode of Eat. Stay. Love, our host, Jamie McDonald, takes his golf clubs to North Richland Hills, just outside of Dallas for one of the most rigorous public golf courses in the state. High-end amenities, attentive service, and a warm, collegial atmosphere make the 18 holes at Iron Horse Golf Club a premium experience in North Texas. Jamie combines power play and well-plotted strategy shots to tackle one of his most challenging greens yet.
Courses & TravelIn this episode of Eat. Stay. Love., our host Jamie McDonald visits Assoufid Golf Club, a desert-style golf course located 20 minutes from Marrakesh in Morocco. Director of Golf Guy Maxwell tells Jamie about how Assoufid has been awarded best golf course in Africa the past two years, attributing part of its allure to the terrain in front of the Atlas Mountains.