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Cobble Beach Offers Fall Golf Play-and-Stays

Golfvaca October 24, 2014

Cobble Beach, the 600-acre golf resort community on Ontario’s stunning Georgian Bay, is offering play-and-stay packages through October and into November until the course closes for the season. Located just over two hours north of the Greater Toronto Area, Cobble Beach features a thrilling, links-style Doug Carrick-designed golf course with views of the bay from… Continue Reading »

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College Courses Offer Unique Stay, Play Opportunities for Traveling Golfers

Golfvaca October 11, 2014

m4s0n501 When it comes to time-honored and storied traditions, no sport matches college football. Army-Navy, Michigan-Ohio State, The Red River Shootout (Texas-Oklahoma), Texas A&M’s 12th Man, and Florida State’s Chief Osceola are but a few of the well-known rivalries and rituals. Another college football tradition catching on faster than alternate uniforms is fans bringing their… Continue Reading »

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Charleston Golf Courses Offer Latest in Video Swing Technology

Golfvaca October 11, 2014

CHARLESTON, SC. – Golfers looking to drop strokes and elevate their game are headed to the Charleston area for the newest in video swing lesson technology. Utilizing state-of-the-art motion sensors and wireless equipment, Charleston area golf professionals are providing players with the best in swing analysis software to help maximize strength and accuracy. Home to… Continue Reading »

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Golf Courses in Los Cabos on the Rebound from Hurricane Odile

Golfvaca October 11, 2014

LOS CABOS, Mexico – Despite the impact of Hurricane Odile, a Category 3 storm that make landfall in Los Cabos on Sept. 14, the destination’s golf courses sustained only minor damage and are bouncing back quickly. Directors of golf at Cabo’s leading facilities report that cleanup and restoration efforts are well underway. With only minor… Continue Reading »

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Golfers Have Discovered World-Class Challenges in the Ozarks

Golfvaca September 25, 2014

One of the most irresistible magnets of golf is the lure of new places to play or the challenge of finally playing some of the most famous courses in the world. No two are alike and the golfoholic will travel to any corner of the earth to check off a course on his bucket list…. Continue Reading »

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BREAKAWAY to Bermuda for Scenic Golf

Golfvaca September 25, 2014

Fifty years ago while managing A & W Root Beer Drive-Ins in my then home state of California, one of the other managers was an Englishman named Neil Jones. Neil, like myself, was a golfer. He spoke with great enthusiasm about his love of living in and playing golf in Bermuda prior to coming to… Continue Reading »

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Golf Colorado Ski Country

Golfvaca September 25, 2014

Pole Creek Golf Club, Golf Granby Ranch, Grand Lake Golf Course and Grand Elk Golf Club are four golf courses in cool Grand County, Colorado, that won’t disappoint, especially if your pocket book doesn’t want to be strained in a 65-degree, summer golf vacation getaway. GRANBY, Colo. – Deep in the heart of Colorado ski… Continue Reading »

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Florida: Where PGA TOUR Players Live

Golfvaca August 12, 2014

Dozens of PGA Tour players call the small stretch of the Sunshine State between Jupiter and West Palm Beach home. Known as the world’s most exclusive golf address, the area provides a convenient location to lessen the burden of a demanding TOUR travel schedule and an opportunity to practice year-round in the warm Florida sunshine…. Continue Reading »

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Golf and Plenty to Do in Kansas City

Golfvaca August 12, 2014

The official visitor’s guide to Kansas City, Missouri welcomes visitors with this statement…”Kansas City has a way of surprising you”.  After my first time visit to Kansas City, known as the “City of Fountains” because it has more fountains than any other city in the world except Rome, I have to agree.  The city and… Continue Reading »

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Five Pete Dye Gems You Can Play on the East Coast

Golfvaca August 12, 2014

When a new Pete Dye-designed course opens, the golf world pays heed. For 40 years, his fervid imagination has conjured up wholly original course designs demanding a definite plan of attack from the get-go rather than a willy-nilly approach. Dye admirably wants you to take the game as seriously as he does. The maestro is… Continue Reading »

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