About | Right On Par


We created Right On Par in 2011 for golf nuts that enjoy every aspect of the game. From planning a golf trip to studying golf architecture, and everything in between. We’ve centered the site around our experiences at our favorite golf courses, as we chase down the goal of playing the best courses in the world. Join us in creating meaningful interactions around the game we love. 


Ben Wolfe

Top 100 Pursuit: 15 of 100

dukesgolfI grew up with the game of golf from a very young age. I’ve played competitively from age 10 to present including AJGA events, College Golf and various amateur tournaments around the country. Since entering the real world, I’ve become a student of the game, studying golf architecture and traveling to play the best courses in the U.S. and around the world.

We hope you can benefit by interacting and commenting on our trips and insights with experiences of your own.

Ben played college golf at Duquesne University and St. Francis University, both small division one programs. Follow him on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

George-Wolfe-123x300George Wolfe

Top 100 Pursuit: 48 of 100

Planning a golf trip and then the reflection upon a well executed outing are nearly as much fun as the golf itself.  I have been so fortunate to have been part of a golf family where much of our family leisure time revolved around golf.  The presumption was that the golf course was  a safe haven for a young person to hang out and develop golf and social skills to carry on for a lifetime.  I played most of my golf at Sunnehanna Country Club from seven years old to the present.  Along the way, I collected some hardware and played college golf at Rollins College [ Country Club ], but I am most proud of my two medals from the 1977 U.S. Junior.  More than anything, golf is all about special family time, comraderie with friends and travel to new and exciting venues.

The many destinations we have visited include Australia, England, Wales, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, the Bahamas and most of the States and Provinces of North America.  These trips are never about rankings ( but a Top 100 course is usually a special experience ) and ratings, but are always about heading down the road less traveled along the way.  Hopefully, we can capture the fun and spirit of our adventures.

George has checked off many of the Top 100 Courses in the US and in the World. He has been able to contribute a great deal of his experiences at top courses through ROP. His articles are always entertaining as they capture the very best about the game of golf with a focus on taking the road less traveled.