May/June 2014 Issue Cover Story Giant Footsteps—If you're traveling to the north country fair, you might as go all the way. North of Minneapolis, past Duluth, just east of Hibbing (Bob Dylan's hometown), is Giants Ridge Golf & Ski Resort. Here, you're in a land of big footprints and spectacular golf. Troon Privé: High Country Arizona—If you think Arizona is all desert, you have yet to discover Show Low and the unhurried residential community of Torreon Golf Club. Here, in the White Mountains, pine trees line the 36 fairways and on cool nights you might even need to light a fire. Equipment: Shark Embraces Snake—Greg Norman reunites with Cobra, in a move that merges the company's focus on younger players and snazzy fashion with one of golf's most iconic figures. "He's a true promoter of game enjoyment, which is what Cobra has been about from the beginning," says Bob Philion, company president. The Loop: Surf The Turf—Of the hundreds of new products premiering at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show this past January in Orlando, one stood above the rest: the GolfBoard. Created by big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, the GoldBoard not only took Best of Show honors, but it won over a lot of skeptics.