March/April 2016 Issue Cover Story Four Glorious Days—If there is one city that doesn't lack for activities, it's San Diego. You've likely heard of the great weather and the famous zoo. But for traveling golfers, nothing beats the pair of tremendous Troon-affiliated golf courses at Aviara and Maderas, and the easy access to tasting a myriad of delicious craft beers. The Loop: Troon Sips—Prefer a glass of red or white wine as your post-round refreshment? The new Clubhouse Wines by Troon Golf combines the knowledge of an esteemed sommelier with the convenience of online shopping. State of the Game: Masters Memories—Columnist Malcolm Campbell recounts his favorite Masters Memories, including that day in 1987 when he and Henry Cotton walked nine holes with honorary starters Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, and Byron Nelson. Privé Spotlight: Elegant History—The San Francisco Bay Area boasts an abundance of elite clubs, but few claim a more colorful history than Castlewood Country Club, where the mother of William Randolph Hearst built a palatial mansion.