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Anvaya Cove: Another Asian Wonder

by Mark Spinn April 16, 2014

New, exclusive course in The Philippines earning rave reviews Each month or so in Asia, a new wonder course emerges — in China, or Fiji, or Tasmania. Accordingly, behold international golf’s Flavor of the Month, this time in The Philippines: Anvaya Cove Golf & Sports Club, which may just rise to Flavor of the Year. [...]

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Indian Canyons: Palm Springs Pleasures

by Mark Spinn April 8, 2014

Indian Canyons Golf Resort and Spa Resort Casino make the perfect desert pairing A memorable Palm Springs getaway awaits at Spa Resort Casino and Indian Canyons Golf Resort. Enjoy the perfect desert weather on your choice of two distinct 18-hole layouts at Indian Canyons. Nestled at base of the majestic San Jacinto mountains, this picturesque [...]

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Predator Ridge: The Best of British Columbia

by Mark Spinn April 1, 2014

Predator Ridge offers world-class golf, wine and lodging Predator Ridge puts itself on glorious display from the moment you drive up the winding road leading to what many consider Canada’s finest golf resort. Built on a series of gracefully rolling hills in the temperate Okanagan region of British Columbia, Predator Ridge shows off picturesque holes [...]

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Sheraton Carlsbad: Synergy creates an ideal golf retreat

by Mark Spinn March 24, 2014

Carlsbad’s Sheraton Resort & Spa and The Crossings golf course are a breathtaking combination After establishing their place at the nexus of golf culture in southern California in only six years, the secret is out about a powerful twosome: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa and The Crossings at Carlsbad golf course. The ultra-hospitable atmosphere experienced [...]

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The Rich Flavors of Yountville

by Sarah Lunsford March 11, 2014

The small Napa Valley town offers world-class palate pleasures Napa Valley, with its rolling hillsides, waves of vineyards, and world-renowned wines, provides a window into both the historic and the contemporary. Each of the handful of small towns in the valley has a unique flavor, much like the area wines themselves. One of those towns [...]

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Arizona: Beyond the Grand Canyon

by Sarah Lunsford January 3, 2014

Phoenix-Scottsdale area showcases the vacation variety of Arizona There’s just something about Arizona that makes it more than an appealing place to visit. Maybe it’s the way purple shadows paint their way down the mesas, the way the wide open space reminds you that beauty can be found in minimalist landscapes, or the way that landscape [...]

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Paso Robles: No Longer a Stopover

by Sarah Lunsford January 2, 2014

You’ll want to stay awhile in scenic Paso Robles Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on California’s Central Coast, Paso Robles used to be a stopover for travelers going from one end of the state to the other. Even as far back as the mid-1800s, the area was a rest stop for those working their [...]

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Golf & Wine: Sampling St. Helena

by Sarah Lunsford November 28, 2013

Napa Valley town features famous wineries, gourmet dining, and hickory club shafts Many wine regions call California home, but the one that typically comes to mind first is the Napa Valley. Just north of San Francisco, the area is home to historic wineries and towns that run along Highway 29. One of those towns, St. [...]

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Coachella Valley: Desert Destinations

by Judd Spicer November 28, 2013

The Coachella Valley has perks worthy of peak season From the onset of the Coachella Valley’s winter high season, pleasure-seeking snowbirds and vacationers make their annual pilgrimage to the desert – and the destination is worthy of the journey.  Home to idyllic days and a countless array of amenities, the ever-amicable Valley is open for [...]

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Puerto Peñasco: Mexico’s Undiscovered Golf Destination

by Dave McKibben November 28, 2013

A Nicklaus design and great bargains await where the Sonoran Desert meets the Sea of Cortez Mexico attracts more tourists to its golf courses than any location in the world except Hawaii. And while most golfers traveling to Mexico are drawn to the country’s golfing Mecca, Los Cabos, there is now a fresh, undiscovered option for [...]

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