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The Dallas Golf Scene Everything Looks Attractive For Big D Links Future.
Reno-Lake TahoeSpectacular, Diverse Golf.
The Monterey Peninsula on a Budget Going to the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach? An experienced visitor to the area suggests some great things to do and places to go that won't break your bank.
Golf Daytona Beach An average annual temperature of 70.8 degrees along with many championship greens makes the Daytona Beach area the perfect spot for year-round golfing.
Maui, The Valley Island Paradise From seaside links to mountainside courses, the resort areas of Kaanapali, Kapalua, and Wailea offer golfers spectacular golf and accommodations.
Welcome to the Heart of Texas A sampler of courses from the Lone Star state.
A Pacific Northwest Golf Adventure. A selection of places to play and stay in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
Talk About Great Golf in Myrtle Beach. A fun look at the reason why Myrtle Beach is probably your best golf value.
Golf is Alabama's Game Golf from Appalachia to Mobile to Gulf Shores with a special look at the Robert Trent Jones Trail with photographs and course descriptions.
Swing Into Reno Golf Expedition Reno and Lake Tahoe's area courses offer blue skies, fresh mountain air, and a drive to remember. What more could a golfer want?
Golf in the United States
Designed by Indiana native architect Ron Kern, Purgatory Golf Club just north of Indianapolis has a links look with extensive bunkering, high fescue rough and l [...]
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