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Pinehurst - A Place of Pilgrimage
Pinehurst is Pinehurst. There is nowhere else is like it. A grand hotel,
charming inns, lawn bowling and eight, soon-to-be ten, Pinehurst golf courses -
all by the world's greatest architects. British writer, Barry Ward, visits the
Home of American Golf.
Myrtle - The Grand Strand Basics
Full of glitz, glitter and tacky roadside attractions, Myrtle Beach is Pure
America. With more than 120 golf courses, it's a giant. Every golfer needs to
visit at least once. Problem is; The Grand Strand is sixty miles long. Where
does one begin? The Understanding Myrtle section is a primer for the
The world's largest golf complex gives new charm and appeal to
Alabama, a state not traditionally associated with great golf. The Robert Trent
Jones Golf Trail has been a huge success.
The Wigwam Resort, Phoenix, Arizona
One of the Southwest's great, old golf resorts, the
Wigwam offers warm and gracious, desert living close to the amenities of the
Phoenix metropolitan area.
Charleston, South Carolina
One of North America's premiere travel destinations. It's good
for golf - great for many other reasons. The charms of Charleston are not to be
Shawnee on the Delaware, Pennsylvania
The Shawnee Inn is one of America's favorite old golf resorts. It
continues its traditions today just 72 miles from the the George Washington
Pine Needles-Mid Pines
Though the shadow of the nearby Pinehurst Resort large over this Southern Pines
resort. The undeniable merits of its two, classic, Donald Ross layouts allows
this Sandhills gem to shine brightly of its own accord.
Phuket Island Golf - Thailand
Long a premier Asian resort, Phuket Island was catapulted into the international spotlight when young Tiger Woods returned to his mother's homeland to play in the Johnnie Walker Classic.
The Beauty of Phuket
The wonders of Phuket - the beaches, the islands, the golf. A superb selection of photos by John Everingham
The Vegas Report
No need to gamble on good golf. After a decade course
expansion, Las Vegas has blossomed into a truly fine golf destination.
Jekyll Island, Georgia
The trees, marshes, beaches, "historic cottages" and the golf courses. A photo essay by Peter Keating.
Ocean City, Maryland
Broad beaches, wild ponies, amusement parks, marlin fishing, great seafood and two dozen golf courses. From
the Northeast, an easy getaway to the land where Dixie begins.
Autumn in Vermont
The golf courses of the Green Mountain State in Foliage Season. The ins and outs of planning a visit to Vermont
during "Peak" periods.
The Basin Harbor Club
A quiet gem on the shores of Lake Champlain. Golf, sailing, fishing, tennis, hiking and history with a
view to die for.
Beautiful Golf Holes
A selection of beautiful course scenes from around the world.
Father & Son at Myrtle Beach
Among the many attractions of Myrtle Beach is the annual Father and Son Team Classic. Last year 600 players from 28 states and 4 foreign countries competed at this golf vacation mecca on the Carolina
to putt here, Edith. Quit mumbling.
Copyright 2002, Peter
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