September/October 2016 Issue Cover Story Four Days in Coachella Valley—California's Coachella Valley has long been a favorite escape for Hollywood stars - it is just 90 minutes from L.A. to Palm Springs - as well as one of the country's premier golf destinations. On and off the course, spending four days in the "Valley of the Fun" can be both memorable and downright relaxing. Anniversary: Old Works—The par-3 seventh hole at Old Works in Anaconda, Mont., calls for a long-iron over a sea of black slag - remnants of long-gone copper smelting days. The contrast of midnight black and emerald green is just one of many visual virtues of this Jack Nicklaus Signature layout that is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016. State of the Game: Ryder Cup—What started out in 1921 as a scheme to win the Open Championship, the Ryder Cup has evolved over the past nine decades into a rollicking, chest-thumping competition between the best players in the U.S. and Europe. As we prepare to witness the 41st playing of the event, Malcolm Campbell digs into its colorful history. Spotlight: The Cape Club—The Cape Club - a re-imagined and rebuilt upscale golf resort in the beloved Cape Cod town of Falmouth, Mass. - is set on 130 wooded acres surrounded by scenic beaches and historic harbors. Here, you can forget your worries and have a "wicked awesome time," to express it the way a local might.