‘Highways & Fairways’
The Marshall brothers hit the road from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in search of some of the best places to swing a club in the States.
Road trips in the States don’t come more quintessential than Los Angeles to Las Vegas via Death Valley. All the classic imagery is in abundance; lone roadside motels, cloudless skies, diner breakfasts, Joshua trees, cacti and highways stretching to infinity. For serious golfers, this is a true place of pilgrimage, with some of the best desert layouts on the planet. From Trump National Golf Course at $264 million, one of the most expensive golf courses ever built to the golf course with the lowest elevation in the world, the quantity and variety of golf courses in California and Nevada is astonishing…
Story length: 1, 929 words (also available as 1,000 words and 2 x 2,000 word chapters)
Available images: 43
Photography by Paul Marshall
Text by Andrew Marshall