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  1. With its lush volcanic coastline, Kauai has long been the Hawaiian island of choice for hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. However, with a few exceptions—including the two Princeville courses near...
  2. Golf has a rich tradition of amateur architects, design neophytes who put their passion into a project and, on occasion, create something special. Though an unlikely pair of shaping savants, the...
  3. Frank Rainieri and Tom Fazio are a perfect twosome. Rainieri, CEO of the Puntacana Resort & Club in the Dominican Republic, dreams of making his property the Caribbean’s top golf and beach resort...
  4. Unveiled last june in what designer Tom Weiskopf calls "one of most beautiful settings I have ever seen," the Castiglion del Bosco Golf Club (+39.0577.1913001, www.castigliondelbosco.com ) adds a...
  5. The Bay Course at Costa Navarino ( www.costanavarinogolf.com ) is the second of what will eventually be at least four courses at the sprawling Costa Navarino resort in Messenia, a historically...
  6. If the sea should be so benevolent, with the power to bestow great riches as Hemingway’s pious character believed, I hoped she might also look favorably upon me, as I traveled to the renowned fishing...
  7. The story behind Renovo ’s ( www.renovobikes.com ) wooden-framed road and mountain bikes is one of careful calculation and good fortune. Twenty years ago, the company’s founder, Ken Wheeler,...
  8. It’s not uncommon for a guitar enthusiast to fly to St. Louis solely for some face time with Ed Putney, and in those circumstances Putney will arrange a car service to chauffeur that prospective...
  9. At 86, golf architect Pete Dye is still in full swing. The energetic octogenarian has a half dozen new projects in Latin America alone, most in conjunction with his son Perry. The duo’s latest...
  10. Taking water sports to new heights, a group of Robb Report readers recently tried out the JetLev R200 water-propelled jetpack. A 33-foot-long hose tethers the jetpack to a boat, where a marine engine...

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