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Feb 19
Course Connection: Old Waverly and Mossy Oak

By David Theoret When a golf course melds seamlessly with its surroundings, that’s Nature’s Golf. When environmental preservation and forward-thinking course design come together, that’s Nature’s Golf. When you play Old Waverly and Mossy Oak Golf Clubs in West Point, MS, that’s Nature’s Golf. It’s Southern Golf at its finest. When most golfers think of […]

Jan 14
Sarasota Sunshine at The Meadows

By David Theoret The Meadows in Sarasota, FL is a community unlike any other. The Meadows has three golf courses including two that are open to the public: The Groves, an 18-hole, par 65 course, and The Highlands, an 18-hole, par 72 golf course. The 3rd course is The Meadows Golf Course which is completely […]

Jan 14
Legend Trail Golf Club

By David R. Holland SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Back when cowboys rode hard and a day’s wage was a pittance, there existed a spot near today’s 17th fairway landing spot at Legend Trail Golf Club where an ocotillo corral sat on the Donohoe Ranch. The horses or cattle held here, no doubt, felt the pain on many a […]

Jan 14
Club Connection: Herons Glen

By David Theoret Herons Glen in North Fort Myers is a gated community with 1,300 homes. Herons Glen offers its residents a ton of amenities to help keep them in peak physical condition.  These amenities include a 5,070 sq ft fitness center, six LED-lit Har-Tru tennis courts, four pickleball courts, four Har-Tru bocce courts, twelve shuffleboard courts, and a […]

Dec 15
On The Road In Oregon

By David R. Holland BEND, OR – Just nearing sunset one can see the criss-crossing of Finn scooters dodging, speeding, catching a breeze and settling down for another approach shot at Tetherow Golf Club. The fun is evident. The pallette view is orange, purple, green and wispy golden. Welcome to my Tetherow Lodges balcony. It’s […]

Dec 15
Casino, Golf, Grapes & Olives in Temecula

By Wes and Angela Bolyard Just a short journey north of San Diego is Pechanga Resort and Casino, an exciting resort in the wine country of Temecula, California.   As early as 900 A.D. the ancestors of the Temecula Indians lived on the hillsides of what is known today as the Temecula Valley Wine Country. […]

Dec 15
The Rawls: A Hidden Golfing Gem

By James McAfee Country western singer and songwriter Mac Davis once sang “I thought happiness was Lubbock in my rearview mirror.” After a recent visit, I discovered this certainly isn’t the case anymore. Happiness is returning to Lubbock. There’s plenty to do now. Despite spending more than 70 years living in Texas, I had never […]

Dec 01
Horseshoe Bay Resort: A Texas Treasure

By David R. Holland HORSESHOE BAY, TX – If you are a Texan not living in the celebrated Hill Country you cherish and remember the times you visited, discovering the next granite dome, field of bluebonnets, and rocky, prickly-pear climb to a summit to observe a sunset. At Horseshoe Bay Resort you can do all […]

Jun 09
Door County Cooks up a Delicious Deal

By Wes Bolyard This is a teaser to pique your interest in visiting Door County, Wisconsin. Due to the lateness of the year and the weather on my initial visit in late October, I was only able to see part of all the offerings this great peninsula has to offer.  Stay tuned next year for […]

Jun 09
Sea Palms Resort: A Must-Play on Georgia’s Golf Island

By David Theoret Travel + Leisure Magazine considers St. Simons Island, GA one of the “Top 5 Best US Islands.” Golf is one of the biggest attractions on St. Simons Island with several private clubs and resort courses, few of which are open to the general public.  One of these resort courses is Sea Palms […]