Zac Blair’s Buck Club almost has it all. The merchandise. The logo. The course routing. A big-time course design team. A growing group of believers. A magnetic vision. It’s also rich in the currency of the day – social media.
All the Buck Club is missing is the golf course.
It’s there on paper, all shapes and lines and schematics on a yet-to-be-purchased parcel of land in golf-deprived Utah. And it’s alive in Blair’s imagination, where the Buck Club has incubated, gradually growing into something close to a movement among like-minded golfers who are passionate about course design and pursuing the game’s joys at a spot where it’s all about the game.
What began as Blair’s dream – creating a top-level golf course in his home state of Utah, which he feels is lacking in quality courses – has become a calling of sorts for those who share Blair’s architectural bent.
If a movement needs a visionary, Blair is that person. An energetic, chatty PGA Tour player, Blair may be better known for his Buck Club dream than for his playing ca...
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