Only one of this year’s Best of the Best courses is not on or near an ocean.
More golf courses closed than opened in the United States last year, and the industry experienced a significant drop in rounds played.
The Bahamas have long been a place for good but not great golf.
While many vacation homes offer golf course views, few look out over the game’s seminal playground: the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Peter Whalen, the head pro at the new Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club in the Bahamas, predicts light traffic for the community’s Tom Fazio–designed course.
With only a handful of courses scattered across its parched, garrigue-carpeted landscape, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus is not the first place that comes to mind as a warm-weather g