Golf News for Tuesday, October 2, 2012 | Travel

Fall Fore Golf: There's still plenty of world-class golf to be played on Prince Edward Island this fall

CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Edward Island, Canada -- Spend two nights and play two rounds of golf on scenic P.E.I. Here you'll find crisp winds, spectacular course conditions, autumn colors. Summer may be coming to a close, but there is still plenty of world-class golf to be played on Prince Edward Island.

Though P.E.I. remains a best kept secret among golfing destinations, we've had the pleasure of hosting some of the world's champions, including Fred Couples, V.J. Singh, Mark O'Meara, Mike Weir, Tom Watson, Lorie Kane, and Nancy Lopez -- to name a few.

The championship golf courses on Prince Edward Island have been designed by some of the best architects in the world, giving us 10 of the top 100 courses in Canada (as rated by the Globe and Mail), and nearly 5 percent of the top 350 courses in North America (as rated by Golf Digest). With links-golf, river-golf, and rolling woodland courses -- we have it all on P.E.I.

Dates: Good throughout 2012.

Price range: $199.

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