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Travel Golf
Wednesday March 26, 2008

Golf course directories help traveling golfers locate courses
Kiel Christianson – a Blog

Let me share a terrifying recurring dream I have:

I'm on the road, golf bag on my shoulder, but I don't know where the course is.  I ask the strangers walking past, but they look at me as if I were speaking Japanese.  Lots of head-scratching and shoulder-shrugging, and no help at all getting to the course in time for a fast-approaching tee time.  Then it turns out I am speaking Japanese, and I'm not wearing pants.  But I digress.  More...

Golf Blogger
Saturday, March 15, 2008

Never Search For Golf DVD

The Never Search for Golf DVD looks really useful for those who love to love to mix golf with travel.  It's a computerized reference and map to all of the 18,000+ golf courses across the United States, and includes detailed information on each. The DVD also includes driving ranges, golf stores and information on 9,000 golf instructors.   According to the website, if you have a GPS attachment for your computer, it also can give you directions to the courses.

This is one I'd love to have.  More...

Wall Street Journal
Saturday, March 8, 2008

Fly and Spy - Web Sites Offer Peeks at Top Courses

Geoffrey Cornish, a golf-course designer from Massachusetts, once determined that the landmass of all the golf courses in the U.S. is roughly equivalent to the size of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.   That's some playground!  Sometimes, I have a hard time getting my mind around this concept, but always less so during airliner approaches into cities like Phoenix/Scottsdale, Ariz., Orlando or West Palm Beach, Fla., and New York (coming in over Westchester County or Long Island).  There are golf courses everywhere.  More...

Golf Digest
Saturday, March 1, 2008

Golf Digest, March 2008, pp 70 by R.K.

There are many national directories of courses, including our Best Places to Play guide, but none is more high-tech than the Never-Search for Golf DVD ($20,  It's like a combination golf guide/Google Earth program.  The digital map, which can be updated through a subscription service (first year free) shows the location... [More... see the March 2008 issue]

Golfer's World
Monday, February 11, 2008

GPS directory homes in on great golf
The GOLFER'S WORLD by Larry Olmstead

I have to admit I am not the most tech savvy golfer around.  For instance, I love my golf GPS which can be downloaded with thousands of courses, but I never use it because I can't be bothered figuring the thing out.  Heck, I'm lucky if I can work my Tivo.   But for those of you who are more computer literate, you might want to check out Never-Search for Golf Personal Edition.   More...

About Golf
Friday, November 9, 2007

Never-Search for Golf
From Brent Kelley, Your Guide to Golf.

That's the name of a new piece of golf software that allows golfers on the go to always have a comprehensive golf directory with them.   What's in the Never-Search for Golf directory?  Information on every golf course in the United States (nearly 19,000 of them), plus info on thousands of driving ranges, off-course golf shops and nearly 10,000 golf instructors around the country.   More...

World Golf
Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Never-Search, Inc. Announces New Never-Search For Golf DVD

CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Tired of searching the Internet for golf course information and printing out pages of documents to find what you're looking for?  Your days of searching are over.  Never-Search, Inc. creators of the most comprehensive array of golf course information ever assembled, announced the introduction of its new Never-Search™ for Golf DVD.  More...

Cupertino Courier
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Map Keeps Golfers On The Right Course

By Cody Kraatz – After researching and mapping 18,500 golf courses, 1,600 driving ranges, 9,000 instructors and 3,000 golf stores across the United States, Keith Kreft plays a lot less golf than he used to.   More... Cupertino Courier