Inside DFW’s Experience Economy: How Virtual Entertainment Is Now Evolving the Real World
The melding of real with virtual turned DFW into a sports-centric ‘eatertainment’ powerhouse. Here's what local powerhouses have to say about the future of the experience economy.
Three Man Scramble: How Frisco Won the PGA of America Headquarters
The behind-the-scenes story of how North Texas is evolving into one of the biggest sports and entertainment districts in the nation.
By Art Stricklin
On the Links With: Jamie Britton, Texas Security Bank’s CFO and COO
Over a round of golf at Trophy Club Country Club, Britton dives into the possibility of a recession, AI in banking, blockchain, and more.
Well Traveled: Beach Resort Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta Is the Ultimate Golfer’s Playground
The 2,500-acre resort that sits on a mile of beach land is also a wellness retreat and fine dining destination that boasts Mexico's most expansive wine collection and in-house chocolate factory.
2023 AT&T Byron Nelson Leadership Share the Event’s Estimated Economic Impact
After adding 41 hospitality units, tournament chair Jeff Eckert says 2023 fan attendance will grow and he expects charitable giving to roughly match last year's numbers.
Tiger Woods is Bringing His Mini-Golf Eatertainment Concept PopStroke to North Texas
The 13,000-square-foot bar, restaurant, and golf facility will feature 37 mini-golf holes.
On The Links With: Matt Autry, Valor’s President of Oil and Gas
Over a round of golf at River Crest Country Club, Autry talks about oil and gas industry trends, his goal to double company gains annually during the next two years, and when he thinks Valor may reach the $30 million revenue threshold.
Commercial Real Estate
On the Links With: Fred Perpall, USGA President and The Beck Group CEO
Over a round of golf at Trinity Forest Golf Club, the innovative leader talks about becoming president of the USGA, the future of golf, his forecast for The Beck Group in 2023, and more.
The Story of Cedar Crest, Dallas’ Most Fabled Municipal Golf Course
Tillinghast laid out the track in 1919. Now if the city can just keep the greens in playable shape.
By Tim Rogers
The Lessons Dallas Can Learn from Cedar Crest’s Legendary Greens
Ira Molayo grew up playing Cedar Crest. Now he runs the golf course, designed by a legend of the game and owned by the city of Dallas. It could be a national treasure—if only the city would stop killing the grass.
By Curt Sampson