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Florida & Golf: Paradise Found

U.S. Army troops stationed here in the 1830s called it “this most barren, swampy and good-for-nothing peninsula,” but today Florida is one of the world’s most popular destinations.

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Good Neighbors

It covers only a few square miles, the population has never been greater than 12,000 and it’s not exactly on the main drag­; off the highway an hour or so east of Pittsburgh.

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Pretty Big: high-class SUVs

If you see the Spirit of Ecstasy or a Flying B soaring somewhat higher off the road than usual these days, it’s because the consumer demand for SUVs (which recently caused Ford to drop its sedans entirely) has finally reached the high table.

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Bubba Watson: Home comforts

Bubba Watson has traveled the world and he and his family have lived in Arizona and Orlando, but for Watson there really is just no place like home, which is in the Florida Panhandle. Watson spoke to Dave Shedloski about his home comforts.

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Between the (Mouse) Ears: Disney golf

There’s hardly a human alive who doesn’t know Disney as the premiere source of magical entertainment helmed by the indomitable Mickey Mouse and rounded out by his cast of pals.

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Catalan state of mind

It reaches into France, sunbathes by the Mediterranean, and has a heart that stays true to the vivacious city of Barcelona.

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Dewar’s: The Golden Dram

They call it the Golden Dram, partly because of its tantalizing, golden, honeyed color but also because gold deposits have been found in the Pitilie Burn, the water source for the Home of Dewar’s, Aberfeldy distillery, in central Scotland.

Justin Rose: New Age, Old Guard

Justin Rose recently passed the 20th anniversary of his professional golf career and he marked the occasion appropriately, by reaching No.1 in the world for the first time.

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No Man is a No.17

Everyone (every golfer, at least) knows of the island green at TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course’s 17th hole.

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