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Pinehurst

Picture-Perfect Golf in North Carolina

PinehurstBy now, you've probably heard of the Pinehurst Resort, located in the central North Carolina Sandhills.

Golf "The Rock"

Get away from it all in western Newfoundland

Golf In North America, golf destinations have typically sprung up in warmer climates. In the last decade, however, that model has changed, in particular with the emergence of the Oregon must-play, Bandon Dunes.

St. Andrews, Scottland

The home of golf is a must visit

St. Andrews, ScottlandLet's face it—people just don't have the money they once had. Unfortunately for golfers, this likely means a grand tour of the British Isles' great courses simply may not be in the cards.

Fairmont Turnberry Isle

Get pampered like a pro

Fairmont Turnberry IsleWhat do professional golfers who play for a living have that you don’t?

A Wales Of A Good Time

This year’s Ryder Cup Host offers great golf and sightseeing.

A Wales Of A Good TimeLong passed over by golfers making a beeline for Scotland and Ireland, Wales will finally earn its place as a reputable golfing destination this year when it hosts the Ryder Cup.

Best Of The Web

Where to click it and book it

Best Of The WebNow that Web 2.0 has officially arrived and 20 percent of the world is online, it’s only natural that a large number of golfers are gravitating to their computers to do the same thing they once did over the phone or in person: book vacations, reserve tee times and buy equipment.

Focus On: Golfpac Travel

Focus On: Golfpac TravelOne-stop shopping has become a staple of life these days. As the demands on people’s time increase, the need to take care of as much as possible in a timely, convenient manner is paramount, whether one is shopping for groceries, shoes, cars or even golf vacations.

Suitcase

Clubs aside, what else to pack

Suitcase

Surprises are usually the last thing you’re looking for on a golf trip. No matter where in the world you’re lugging your clubs, and regardless of the time of year, you can never be too prepared for the likes of ugly weather, snarled traffic, allergy attacks, lost luggage, stolen clubs and more. That’s why what you pack for your golf trip should consist of more than just clubs, balls and golf clothes. Other staple items may make your vacation a lot more enjoyable and easy.

How To Walk On At Saint Andrews

Take a chance at the old course

How To Walk On At Saint AndrewsYou know you’ve always dreamed of it—navigating your way around the hallowed humps and hillocks of the Old Course at Saint Andrews. The history doesn’t just accent the Old Course experience. It defines it. Seek out the Elysian Fields. Avoid the dreaded Hell Bunker, where Jack Nicklaus took five shots to escape in 1995. Take the bold line over the hotel at the Road Hole and face the dreaded approach, which has struck fear into the hearts of the likes of challengers from Old Tom Morris to David Duval.

Choosing A Golf School

It's time to go back to school

Choosing A Golf SchoolSome people remember school days as the best days of their lives. If you’re one of them—and you love golf—you might want to consider a destination golf school for your next getaway.

Time Savers

Tips and tricks for a better trip

Time Savers

If you want to maximize fun and minimize panic on your next golf vacation, then prepare up front. That is, think about where you’re heading and what’s unique about that place. Then imagine everything you might encounter on your journey, and address your concerns before you walk out your front door. Work the trip chronologically through your mind, and use the Internet as much as possible. As the time of your trip approaches, start a running checklist of everything you need to pack, keeping it on your nightstand so it’s conveniently located.

Golf Photography 101

Save your experiences in pictures

Golf Photography 101There are golf photos, and then there’s golf photography. Like models, some courses beg to be photographed. If you can’t snap a good shot on the 18th at Pebble Beach, you’re in the wrong game, my friend. The contrast of vivid green fairways, shimmering water and cloud-flecked blue skies can make an artist of just about anyone.

Best City To See A PGA Tour Event

Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and golf

Best City To See A PGA Tour EventThe PGA Tour is a showcase for many of the greatest cities and areas in the United States. Okay, the Tour may have abandoned D.C., and its decision to put Chicago on an every-other-year rotation is curious at best. Still, there are plenty of great places to catch an event. With all due respect to San Diego, Hilton Head, the Florida stops and New Orleans, however, no city on the PGA Tour tops Denver from a golf spectator’s unique perspective.

Best Off-Course Adventures

Places to have off-the-course fun

Best Off-Course AdventuresNo one here would ever blame you for opting for that second 18, but if you’re looking to add a little adrenaline to your next golf trip, check out these exotic locales and the thrills they can serve up.
 
 
 
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