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The Best of the Best 2003: Golf Communities - Roaring Fork Club
At its base, Roaring Fork Club in Basalt, Colo., is an invitation-only private club designed to appeal equally to golfers and fly fishermen. Members...
The Best of the Best 2003: International Golf Resorts - Fairmont Chateau Whistler
You don’t need to travel thousands of miles to experience an internationally flavored golf resort, and in this day and age, that is good news. Just...
The Best of the Best 2003: Golf Communities - Greenbrier Sporting Club
Homeowners at Greenbrier Sporting Club, a new gated community in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., have full run of the endless sports facilities at the...
The Best of the Best 2003: Golf Communities - Hokuli'a
Developer Lyle Anderson’s newest community is Hokuli’a on the Big Island of Hawaii. It could be Anderson’s reputation for combining exquisite,...
The Best of the Best 2003: Golf Communities - Santa Lucia Preserve
An “environmentally sensitive golf community” may sound like the mother of all oxymorons, but the developers of Santa Lucia Preserve, Tom Gray and...
The Best of the Best 2003: International Golf Resorts - Chateau des Vigiers Golf and Country Club
Golf in France? Mais oui! In fact, the game has been expanding rapidly throughout the république in the last decade or two. Leading this surge is the...
The Best of the Best 2003: U.S. Golf Resorts - The Lodge at Sea Island
Driving down the elegant Avenue of Oaks and pulling into the courtyard entrance of the Lodge at Sea Island is reminiscent of arriving at an English...
The Best of the Best 2003: Resorts - El Tamarindo Golf Resort
Visit El Tamarindo Golf Resort, and you will feel as though you have been stranded on a desert island, one from which you will not want to be rescued...
The Best of the Best 2003: U.S. Golf Resorts - Lodge and Spa at Cordillera
You learn to move slowly at the Lodge and Spa at Cordillera, a golf resort perched nearly 10,000 feet above sea level, overlooking the Vail valley. A...
The Best of the Best 2003: International Golf Resorts - Kauri Cliffs
New York financier Julian Robertson and his wife, Josie, traveled a long way from home to create a top-notch golfer’s retreat. Three years ago, they...
The Best of the Best 2003: U.S. Golf Resorts - Casa Palmero at Pebble Beach
It has become almost a cliché to include the Lodge at Pebble Beach on any list of the country’s top golf resorts. When you combine the incomparable...
The Best of the Best 2003: U.S. Golf Resorts - Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
Marketers love to use the term “links” when referring to a golf course, attempting to evoke that Olde Sod sentimentality. While most so-named courses...
Golf: A Golfer's Club
Professional golfers—the recipients of gratis shoes, balls, gloves, clubs, clothes, and often club memberships— are not noted for being fast with the...
Golf: Immersion Therapy
You can read Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons and Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book a thousand times each and watch every Nicklaus videotape until it frays,...
Golf: Doonbeg to Differ
It is a tricky business, building new links golf courses in Ireland. The standards for comparison, such as Ballybunion, Lahinch, Portrush, and County...
Robb Report's 21 Ultimate Gifts: Global Golf
Treat your favorite foursome to an adventure that could go down in golf history. Wide World of Golf, a tour operator based in Carmel, Calif., has...
Robb Report's 21 Ultimate Gifts: A Towering Offer
Golf, sport, travel, and real estate come together in this unique package from the Carnegie Clubs, Peter de Savary’s exclusive members-only retreats...
Golf: Hidden Drives
It’s hard to imagine a location in the continental United States more remote than Lajitas, Texas. The nearest commercial airport is almost 300 miles...
Golf: Peace and Quiet in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, with all its diversions, is a noisy place where one’s senses are assaulted with a never-ending cacophony of sounds and pictures promoting...
Best of the Best 2002: Golf: Best Resorts
Great Scot Once the summer home of Andrew Carnegie, Skibo Castle in Scotland’s Northern Highlands is now the setting for a year-round house party for...
Travel: Best of the Best Resorts: Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita
In 1999, the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita made its debut in Mexico, and it has since become the star of the country’s Pacific Coast. Golfers came...
Best of the Best 2002: Golf: Best Courses
Link to Scotland Compare the courses at Bandon Dunes with the checklist of what defines a Scottish/Irish links. Desolate seaside location; raw,...
Best of the Best 2002: Golf: Best Equipment
Pros’ Choice No matter how many PGA Tour players use a club that you’re thinking of buying—and in the case of the TaylorMade 300 Ti series of metal...
Golf: Best of the Best Resorts: Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst Resort There are things to do in Pinehurst, N.C., besides playing golf. You could test your croquet prowess, ride a horse, shoot skeet,...
Golf: Best of the Best Courses: Pine Valley Golf Club
What is it about Pine Valley that makes it a nearly unanimous choice as the best golf course in America and one of the best in the world? Certainly...
Exotic America: Links to the Past
I stood on the first tee and swished my club back and forth. Instead of the latest high-tech driver, with a few hundred cc’s of lightweight steel...
Golf: Sticks for Woods
When Nike designed its first line of golf clubs—drivers, irons, and wedges—it did so with Tiger Woods in mind. The company reasoned that if it could...
In Your Own Backyard
Tim Blixseth stares down from a rocky ledge to a picture-perfect fairway as he describes how he built this course in the hills near Palm Springs,...
Golf: Cruise and Drive
The South Carolina low country, a pristine region of tidal creeks and serpentine rivers, mansions and marsh grass, provides some of the finest...
FrontRunners: Terms of Engagement
Historians may dismiss the legend that Annie Palmer, mistress of Jamaica’s Rose Hall plantation, murdered three husbands before she was killed in...
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