July/August 2014 Issue Cover Story Norcal's Hidden Gem—The Capay Valley, 90 minutes northeast of San Francisco, is home to one of Northern California's true hidden gem golf courses: Yocha Dehe Golf Club at Cache Creek Casino Resort. Set amongst golden rolling hills with no homes lining the fairways, players rave about their experience on this scenic design. Apparel: A Passion For Fashion—For the past dozen years, Kevan Hall has been known for his fashion-forward women's clothing designs. At the PGA Merchandise Show in January, Hall unveiled a new look for those same trendy women to wear on the golf course. Spotlight: Potomac Shores—Potomac Shores, in the bucolic Virginia countryside south of Washington, D.C., is already considered one of the most desirable residential communities near our nation's capital, and now boasts the region's first Jack Nicklaus daily fee course. State of the Game: 15-Inch Madness—Regular readers of our "State of the Game" columnist Malcolm Campbell know that slow play is one thing that will drive him absolutely batty. But is the 15-inch cup rage that seems to be sweeping through golf really the answer? Uh, no.