Posts tagged with: "Le Golf National"

EXCLUSIVE: Partners Seek Due Credit For Late Architect’s Role In Ryder Cup Venue’s Design View More
Robert von Hagge (left) and Hubert Chesneau during construction of Le Golf National (photo courtesy of Richard Baril).

EXCLUSIVE: Partners Seek Due Credit For Late Architect’s Role In Ryder Cup Venue’s Design

UPDATE (JANUARY 20, 2018): Hubert Chesneau responded Saturday to Global Golf Post’s request for clarification regarding who designed the Albatros Course at Le Golf National with the following e-mail: Thank you for contacting me to clarify an important point regarding the design of Golf National especially because this point has…

PostCast, Episode 25: Grading Le Golf National, the Emergence of Jon Rahm and More

PostCast, Episode 25: Grading Le Golf National, the Emergence of Jon Rahm and More

In this episode of the PostCast, Cassie Stein and Sean Fairholm are joined by The Post’s Travel Editor, John Steinbreder, to discuss his recent trip to France. Steinbreder not only covered the Open de France, won by Tommy Fleetwood, but he also traveled around the country and played a fair…

Friday Quad: 4 Best Olympic Cities for Golf View More
Royal Melbourne West is widely considered Australia's best golf course. It's one reason an Olympic return to Melbourne would be ideal for golf.

Friday Quad: 4 Best Olympic Cities for Golf

Is Rio de Janeiro the worst Summer Olympics host city for golf? Most people would answer that question with a “Probably,” “Definitely,” or “What’s the question?!” Between the Zika virus, poverty and a bankrupt government — not to mention a Brazilian president facing impeachment — the city has its problems….

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When First Is Worst

Upon further review what happened Sunday in Paris on the European Tour and in West Virginia on the U.S. PGA Tour was the rule, not the exception. And to take it one psychological step further, the scourge of tournament golf is not so much 54-hole leads specifically as it is…