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Golf travel can be exhilarating and exhausting concurrently. It’s always great to check out new courses and destinations (and this correspondent knows of what...

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Renowned architect Pete Dye was born in Urbana, Ohio, but has lived most of his life in Indianapolis. Much of his seminal work took...

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Even though Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is one of the nation’s most desired golf venues, in the minds of many it isn’t...

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Now celebrating twenty-five years of wonderful golf throughout the length and breadth of Alabama, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail remains one of the...

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Now celebrating its twenty fifth year of existence, Alabama's Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail has been a staggering success since its 1992 inception. The...

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The PGA Tour’s Fedex Cup Playoffs are in full swing, and the end-of-season race to claim the Cup (and the cool ten million that...

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Vancouver, Canada is one of the world’s most picturesque cities. Beautiful seascapes, a sparkling and modern downtown, a cosmopolitan, multicultural population, a vibrant cultural...

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Dana Fry is bullish on a bold new course he’s building at Arcadia Bluffs in Arcadia, Michigan. One of the co-designers of Erin Hills,...

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Summertime golf in Michigan is some of the nation’s finest. The variety, conditioning, topography and uncrowded tee sheets make it a Shangri-La for anyone...

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Sarasota, Florida will likely never be known as a premiere golf destination. It’s not the lack of good golf in the area, far from...

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This state’s not often going to be the main (or should we say Maine?) choice for golfers based in or visiting New England. The...

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There are many more guitars strapped to the backs of citizens and visitors in Nashville than there are golf bags. A recent visit would...

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The British Open (officially known as the Open Championship) hasn’t seen too many actual Brits hosting the famed Claret Jug in recent years. There...

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The John Deere Classic is a mid-summer staple on the PGA Tour. Although it doesn’t tend to attract the game’s leading lights on a...

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Never mind the eight courses at Pinehurst resort, including famed #2, a three-time U.S. Open host venue.  Disregard that there are dozens of additional...

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Only one notion will generally come to mind when traveling golfers hear the word “Alabama.” Their thoughts are immediately drawn to the world famous...

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This space has always been dedicated to the traveling golfer, those who have the time and inclination to stroll the Emerald Aisle, grab a...
Barefoot Resort

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At its apex, Myrtle Beach had more than one hundred and twenty golf courses in operation. Now there are a little more than ninety,...

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What’s the best state for golf in America? A question that always fosters great debate. Hard to beat the Northeast, especially New York and New Jersey....

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Although the perception of golf as an elitist game is slowly dissipating, that long-held view by the general public is partially the fault of...

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Now it's known as Trump National—Doral. But back in 1962, when it was originally founded, the Doral Resort earned its name by combining the...