Four unique courses are challenging enough for the PGA TOUR’s greatest players, but also friendly enough to accommodate all skill levels at what has come to be known as “The Happiest Place on TURF!”
I spoke to TJ Rule, President of Golf Away Tours about the state of golf travel and some of the things to watch for when planning their next golf getaway.
Avid golfers visiting Augusta to watch the Masters in April (or at any other time) will be delighted by the abundance of terrific golf courses and other attractions in the region.
For avid golfers, those 12-hour shore leaves are made even better when you know you can bring your clubs along and play some of the most beautiful courses in the world.
Fifteen holes of the 6,890-yard golf course border water while presenting views of the El Yunque National Forest, captivating players of all skill levels.
Golf is usually top of mind when people think about Pinehurst but the town’s historic inns offer a warm welcome to travelers and a trove of delightful stories.
This island destination features year-round golf, beautiful beaches and a wide variety of dining options – including a Tiki Hut seafood cookout to an annual “Mullet Toss”.
If St. Enodoc is the golf equivalent of a day with Joan Jett, an afternoon playing Trevose is like being at a soirée with Rosamund Pike… lovely to look at and charming to be with.
Florida’s Paradise Coast offers top public golf courses and tempting stay-&-play options. Plan your ultimate getaway in Naples this fall and winter seasons.