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Suncadia Resort

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Suncadia Resort Sitting along the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington you will find the Suncadia Resort, a gem of a destination for a golf getaway. A TRUE VACATION DESTINATION Spread out across 6,400 …

Sandy Lane Hotel

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Sandy Lane Hotel Sometimes you and your golf buddies are looking for a destination where it’s all about the golf. Cheap room, cheap eats and non-stop golf for the entire trip. Then sometimes, just sometimes, you …

Omni Tucson National Golf Resort

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Omni Tucson National Golf Resort Having played longtime host to the PGA Tour’s Chrysler Classic and current host to the Champions Tour’s Cologuard Classic, the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort and Spa is no slouch when …

Gift Guide: Top 9 Holiday Golf Getaways

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If you’re already tired of roasting your chestnuts on an open fire, then maybe it’s time to hop on your sleigh and escape the cold and gray for points warm(er) and sunny? To heck with some …

9 Moments that Changed the Game Forever

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There’s no better illustration of Gene Sarazen’s competitive ingenuity than the club design he happened upon in the mid-1930s. The design characteristics were simple – add loft to a pitching wedge, apply a band of lead tape to the leading edge and, to complete the alchemy, reshape the sole a little – but their cumulative effect was extraordinary. Suddenly, bunkers and long grass were no longer quite as imposing. Purists may lament the loss of the game’s early simplicity, but the modern, flat-faced sand wedge reshaped the way golfers both thought about and played the game. Yes, it made pitching and chipping “easier,” but architects responded in kind by making courses more demanding and green designs more elaborate. For better or worse, it created a science where once there had only been superstition.

Bay Hill Club and Lodge

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Make no mistake — the Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando is Arnold Palmer’s baby. Palmer formally purchased Bay Hill in 1976, six years after he and several partners assumed control from the Nashville investors who began developing the Florida golf resort in 1960.

Kick-Ass 9:~Monterey Madness

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7. Old-timey trick shots — I know you’ve been dying to see some trick shots from the 1930s—thankfully this video popped up on YouTube this week. Check out the legs on those dames!

FarmLinks Golf Club

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There are hidden gems, and there are really hidden gems. FarmLinks Golf Club at Pursell Farms falls into the latter category.

FarmLinks Golf Club

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There are hidden gems, and there are really hidden gems. FarmLinks Golf Club at Pursell Farms falls into the latter category. Although only 45 miles south of Birmingham, Ala., FarmLinks — located in Sylacauga — is almost as far off the beaten track as, well, Pluto. However, if you appreciate an outstanding golf course, incredible scenery and a world-class experience in a serene environment, add FarmLinks to your bucket list.