Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Golf Buddy Getaway Alive And Well At Sandestin Golf And Beach ResortSandestin Golf and Beach Resort on northwest Florida's Gulf Coast is for golfers who put a premium on options.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Conquer nine courses at America’s largest gated communityWhile historians today credit Leif Ericson with the European discovery of America (Leif Ericson settled present-day Newfoundland over 1,000 years ago), modern European exploration, of course, is traced to Christopher Columbus.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Springtime In Pinehurst, N.C.
Great golf blooms in the Pinehurst areaFew golf destinations can claim to have a profusion of quality courses, but the Pinehurst area is one of them.
Thursday, April 30, 2009
3 days in Myrtle Beach
Save money this spring on the Grand Strand
It’d be hard to find a more competitively priced golf destination than Myrtle Beach. Long considered the affordable alternative to higher-end golf hot spots, it’s poised to attract budget-conscious golfers and a new crop of vacationers during the current economic downturn.
Monday, March 2, 2009
Focus On: Pinehurst, Southern Pines & AberdeenIn these challenging economic times, quality counts more than ever, and when it comes to playing golf it’s hard to beat the quality (and quantity) of the Pinehurst-Southern Pines-Aberdeen golf courses.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Close To Home
Top Destinations You Can Visit By CarDuring the fall and winter months, a handful of warm-weather destinations attract avid golfers, retirees and professional golf tours.
Monday, July 28, 2008
Focus On: The Pinehurst Area
The Home of American GolfIt’s easy to confuse the Pinehurst area with Pinehurst Resort. After all, Pinehurst Resort is home to one of the world’s most famous courses (No. 2) and hosts numerous USGA championships (including the U.S. Open).
Saturday, May 31, 2008
Florida: Reunion Resort
Four living legends make this Florida resort a must-visitWhen Jack Nicklaus’ Tradition Course opened at Reunion Resort in late 2006, it joined two other championship courses designed by living legends. Arnold Palmer’s Legacy Course and Tom Watson’s Independence Course were already on site and had received critical acclaim, not to mention the honor of hosting the annual Ginn Open, one of only a handful of LPGA tournaments televised on network TV.
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Best Of The Southeast
Didn't make it to the Masters? It's ok, we have the next best thing.Don’t worry Augusta isn’t the Southeast’s only exclusive layout. If you crave manicured fairways and first-class facilities (that are open to the public), then tee it up on one of these top-notch Southeast resorts. After all they’re just a short drive from Augusta National and a heck of a lot easier to get on.
Friday, May 18, 2007
Living The Game
St. James Plantation, Southport, N.C.
St. James’ legacy lives on in many forms. Numerous churches, hospitals and even a Broadway theater have been named after the patron saint of equestrians (among other things). There aren’t any horses at St. James Plantation in Southport, N.C., but there’s plenty of wide-open space, a nature trail and Waterway Park contained within the private community’s 5,000 acres.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Four Days In The Brunswick Isles
For great golf, head to the border
A number of destinations around the world feature golf as the main attraction, and the Brunswick Isles, an area straddling the border of North and South Carolina, is definitely one of them. There are 16 golf courses from Calabash up north to North Myrtle Beach down south. Along the way, golfers can tee it up on courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Rees Jones and Myrtle Beach regular, Dan Maples, to name a few, and find themselves negotiating marshland, rivers and creeks, as many courses take advantage of the area’s natural hazards.