When the flag is on the front, lowest tier of the green at No. 14 at the Gay Brewer Jr. Course at Picadome, the hole is borderline unfair.

What makes a golf course “fair”?

Yesterday, a fellow Golf Kentucky Links devotee posed a couple of interesting questions to me concerning a few of my recent course review write-ups.  He noticed that I had commented that both Old Silo and Heritage Hill were very fair golf courses. To his credit, Jason called me on my borderline overuse of the term…

The rolling terrain of Traditions G.C. in Northern Kentucky pushes the boundaries of a walkable golf course.

Is walking the golf course on its way back in style?

I have been fortunate to play some amazing golf courses this year, including 3 so far ranked among the top public courses in the United States, in both South Carolina’s Lowcountry and the volcanic mountains of Maui. I’m also proud to say I have thoroughly enjoyed playing some of the best courses in Kentucky, several…