The King & Bear

After crossing into Florida — our 8th and final state of the trip — we kicked off golf in the sunshine state with a stop at The King & Bear in St. Augustine. Designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, The King & Bear course blended these architect’s styles, pairing two nines that test just…

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It’s without a doubt, one of the greatest golf weeks of the year: Masters week. Blooming Georgia azaleas, vibrant shades of green, and a bustling Augusta National Golf Club signify the official start of the golf season. Snow ridden states begin to thaw (we hope), golf clubs emerge from months of hibernation, and office productivity…

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Kiawah Island Ocean Course

The Ocean Course. Few golf venues evoke more emotion, more excitement, and more nerves. If you’ve played it, you know — The Ocean Course is no joke. It’s demanding, challenging, and oh so beautiful. From the wind-swept oaks to the miles of sandy  dunes. The persistent whipping winds to the panoramic ocean views. This Kiawah…

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tobacco road golf course

Few golf courses spark more controversial discussion than Mike Strantz’s Tobacco Road. Tucked in the sand hills of North Carolina, Strantz actually lived on the property during planning and construction of this modern day gem. I suspect the character and greatness of Tobacco Road is in no small part thanks to Strantz environment — waking-up…

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It’s no secret that Florida is home to a lot of golf. Then again, what would you expect from a state that touts year-round sunshine, 1,200 miles of coastline, three annual PGA Tour events, and an influx of sun-and-golf seeking snowbirds? If you’re familiar with Florida golf, chances are places like Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa and…

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pinehurst

The Sprint to Streamsong forges on! A seven-hour late night drive from Washington D.C. landed us at the home of American golf: Pinehurst Resort. The lack of sleep didn’t stop us from waking up early as we spent sunrise to sunset on property, soaking in every minute of the golfing bliss. A morning round on…

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East Potomac Golf

After two days in the northeast, we headed started our journey south with a stop at our nation’s capital. There’s a lot of amazing private course in Washington D.C., but at the savvy advice of Sugarloaf Social Club, we instead opted for a historic public gem just steps from Capital Hill. East Potomac Golf Course…

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NYC Golf

When friend and golf photographer Matt Cardis and I decided to voyage down the eastern US coastline on a 10-day, 1,500 mile RV golf adventure — dubbed The Sprint to Streamsong — we knew eastern Long Island would be the perfect spot to kick-off the trip. The golf-rich location might seem like an obvious place…

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golf & body in nyc

“No stress man, we’re going to make it.” As we crept along New York City’s George Washington bridge, red brake lights illuminating as far as the eye could see, I wasn’t entirely convinced. We were less than 12-hours into The Sprint to Streamsong, and Matt Cardis, my travel parter for this epic golf road trip,…

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golf channel studios

Back in January, I shared a behind the scenes look at my first experience on the Golf Channel’s Morning Drive (read more about that here).  At the time, Brittany and I were just embarking on the Ultimate Golf Road Trip and appeared on the show to talk about the trip itinerary, goals, and how exactly we’d manage…

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