Posts Tagged ‘Jack Nicklaus’

Shots of the Week

Dec 14th

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Check out the top five shots of the week from the Franklin Templeton Shootout and PNC Father/Son Challenge, including Jack Nicklaus, Harris English, Daniel Trevino, John Daly Jr. and David Duval.

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Jan 10th

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Muirfield Village Golf Club, USA

Dec 21st

The 18-hole Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio is a private golf course that opened in 1974. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Muirfield Village Golf Club measures 7392 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 153 and a 76.9 USGA rating. The course features 5 sets of tees for different skill levels. The greens are bent grass and the fairways are bent grass.


Muirfield in Scotland is the course of “The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers”, the world’s oldest golf club. It’s an architectural masterpiece and a layout that Jack Nicklaus thoroughly admires. His admiration turned into a love affair when he won the 1966 British Open at Muirfield and he decided to realise his dream by designing and naming his home-town course after the historic British Open venue.

“I set out to build not only an outstanding golf course for every level of player, but a magnificent course for watching a tournament… I thought the Masters was a great thing for golf and that I’d like to do the same thing in Columbus.” Commented Jack. Muirfield Village Golf Club officially opened for play on Memorial Day (27th May 1974) with an exhibition match between big Jack and Tom Weiskopf. Needless to say Jack won with an impressive six-under par 66, a course record that stood until 1979. But wait, there’s more…

Jack Nicklaus awarded with SI’s Muhammad Ali Legacy Award

Dec 16th

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Oct 18th

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Jun 14th

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Golfamily Album #47

May 2nd
The Masters - Arnold, Gary and Jack.

The Masters – Arnold, Gary and Jack.


Golf Books #176 (The Majors 2015: The Thrilling Battle for Golf’s Greatest Trophies)

Mar 17th

Golf Books #176 (The Majors 2015: The Thrilling Battle for Golf's Greatest Trophies)The stage is set for the 2015 Majors to be one of the most fascinating golfing years in decades, sure to be analysed and talked about for years to come. This will be the year when an emerging new generation, led by the super-talented Rory McIlroy, face off against long-established names like Tiger Woods, who is returning from injury.

McIlroy faced big personal challenges off the course, and Woods desperately wants to narrow in on Jack Nicklaus’s record of 18 Major trophies – but he has to win four to catch up, and he hasn’t won one since 2008. And there will be no shortage of captivating storylines as Bubba Watson, the flamboyant American, prepares to defend his title.

Can the self-styled left-hander claim a third Green Jacket or will it be another lefty, Phil Mickelson, who slips his arms back into this the most coveted golfing garment? Of the younger generation, 21-year-old Jordan Spieth, who was runner up last year, or Rickie Fowler, who has finished second in his last three majors, could both mount memorable challenges. But wait, there’s more…

Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, Hawaii

Mar 16th

It is said that when legendary golfer and architect Jack Nicklaus created the Kiele Course at Kauai Lagoons, the terrain lent itself so well to his vision that he made but a single change to his original design. Little wonder that this incredible resort course received accolade after accolade for being one of the finest golf gems in the Pacific.

Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, Hawaii

In 2010 Jack Nicklaus was again called upon, this time to head up the redesign of his famed Kiele ocean nine. The result is a spectacular 18-hole golf experience ranked the 6th best course in Hawaii in GolfWeek Magazine’s 2012 Best Courses: State by State. But wait, there’s more…

PGA West Tournament Course, USA

Feb 16th

The world famous PGA West Jack Nicklaus Course has hosted the Grand Slam of Golf Wendy’s Tree Tour Challenge and is home to the PGA ‘s Tour Qualifying School. Challenge, beauty and drama permeate every Jack Nicklaus-designed course, and this masterful design is no exception; around every corner you will find a new challenge, including the rare feature of two island greens. Without a doubt, a “must play” for not only a great test of golf, but for its magnificent desert setting.

PGA West Tournament Course, USA

The Jack Nicklaus is a tamer version of the PGA West TPC Stadium Course. Elevated ties, forced carries over water and huge, multi-tiered greens are signatures of the Jack Nicklaus trademark. At 7,204 yards long, The Course has a stroke rating of 75.3 and a slope rating of 143. The 18 holes golf course (par 72) of beautiful Bermuda grass integrated with the natural desert habitat defined by it’s wide fairways and unforgiving greens; the greens are well guarded by water and/or large traps.
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