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Danzante Bay Golf Club

Golfvaca December 13, 2016

LORETO, Baja California South, Mexico – There is a feeling of excitement and anticipation when you play any golf course that has a signature hole so spectacular that it ranks among the best in the world. That happens at a new must-play Rees Jones design in Baja California. From the lofty perch of the par-3… Continue Reading »

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Resort Report: The Abaco Club Golf Course

Golfvaca December 13, 2016

Scotland’s Old Tom Morris would love the ocean views,  the plunging pot bunkers, and the balmy weather at The Abaco Club at Winding Bay. Old Tom would be proud to see how his rolling Scottish links thumbprint found its way to a Bahamian setting of palm trees, parrots, and pristine paspalum fairways. In 2004, Golf… Continue Reading »

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The Most Luxurious Trip to South Africa

Golfvaca December 13, 2016

Today, South Africa is the best country in the world to visit! Due to the strength of the US dollar, you basically are getting a minimum 2 for 1 on goods and services. (R14 to $1.00). Since leaving South Africa many moons ago, I have returned at least 20 times, if not more. It is… Continue Reading »

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Canada’s Top Golf Courses

Golfvaca December 8, 2016

Canada has an abundance of natural beauty that makes it the perfect place to build golf courses. If you are looking for a unique golf destination for your next destination, think about heading north. Here is a list of the best golf courses in Canada that you should think about for your next golfing adventure…. Continue Reading »

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Luxury Golf in Scotland

Golfvaca November 6, 2016

Scotland can be exhilarating and exhausting. Weary from 17,050 steps and five miles a day, walking through a rugged landscape of legendary links golf courses, one must stop from time to time to soak up the scenery, feel cold rain and wind on your face, and observe a history that is ancient. My lineup, prepared… Continue Reading »

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Kingsbarns in Scotland vs Barnbougle in Tasmania

Golfvaca October 10, 2016

If you’ve played Bandon Dunes or Chambers Bay or the Ocean Course at Half Moon Bay, you’ll have experienced some of the theatre of Kingsbarns, the stunning links just south of St Andrews in Scotland. Gnarly dunes, salt-licked winds, hillocks, basins, bulbous fairways like billowing green sheets of water frozen in time, greens of truth… Continue Reading »

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Four Countries, Three Rivers, Two Courses

Golfvaca October 10, 2016

If you have ever considered a golfing vacation in Europe during which you can visit four countries, sail on three of Europe’s most important rivers, and play golf in two different countries, here’s how. Do as my wife and I did. Take a Viking river cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest on one of Viking’s 190-passenger… Continue Reading »

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Shark Makes His Mark on Anguilla

Golfvaca September 9, 2016

Like the prettiest girl at the dance, the tiny island of Anguilla takes its time picking a partner. Just 16 miles long and three miles wide, Anguilla makes up for its size with a shoreline that is a Caribbean postcard waiting to happen. Already an island paradise, Anguilla can afford to be selective when suitors… Continue Reading »

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Resort Report: Prince Edward Island

Golfvaca September 9, 2016

CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Edward Island, Canada Imagine a summer day in golf heaven. Can you envision Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province, but one of the globe’s most beautiful ocean and pastoral settings, with a “To Do List” that will rival any vacation destination? There’s seaside beauty found here (just north of Halifax, Nova Scotia) in… Continue Reading »

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Golf Break in Kent

Golfvaca June 9, 2016

Kent, England – Golf in Kent is offering golfers an outstanding Castles & Courses Tour of the Garden of England that combines some stunning golf courses – two of which have royal status – with outings to some of the most striking castles in the country. Any golfer making a trip to Kent’s east coast… Continue Reading »

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