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Highballs at Home

“I have just completed a forty-two-day voyage around my room. The fascinating observations I made and the endless pleasures I experienced along the way made me wish to share my travels with the public.”

Treasure hunt

Ah, Henry Jennings, who could resist? Eleven Spanish ships bound for Spain laden with silver, gold and jewels, sunk in a hurricane in 1715 in the shallow waters off the Florida coast

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Ultimate Backyard

It’s a blank canvas, a field of dreams just waiting for your vision. Your backyard can be so much more than just a good lawn and pool

What is CBD?

It won’t cure baldness if you rub it on your head, it won’t extend your car’s warranty by 20,000 miles, and it won’t get you “high.” What CBD can do, however, is worth investigating—as so many PGA TOUR pros have done.

Against all odds

Fans love their champions, the seemingly immortal titans who stand atop their games like gods defying mortals on fields of battle. But those titans can fall, whether due to fate, vice, or just plain bad luck, and if there’s one thing sports fans love more than a champion, it’s a comeback.

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Grate Times: Cheese board

Nothing elevates a party quite like a well-curated cheese board. But what to include…? For answers we turned to Tonda Corrente, aka La Femme du Fromage

Shades of Fall: Holiday cocktails

Winds blow, leaves fall, and suddenly autumn is upon us. In fashion terms it’s a good time for cocktails, as the golden hues of Dewar’s Scotch pair nicely with the season’s palette, and a crisp Ketel One complements the nip in the air

Istanbul: East Meets West

Traveling golfers seeking an ancient culture coupled with five-star luxury should explore Turkey. The best place to start is where you will land, Istanbul, the historic gateway between east and west, before heading south to Belek, a haven of sunkissed golf

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Wild Blue Yonder: The Michigan Shore

With beaches that could be mistaken for those in some Beach Boys songs and world-class golf along its coast, Michigan could be the summer destination you never knew you were missing

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A Royal Reprieve: Royal Portrush

The Open is returning to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years. Skipping two generations, the people of Portrush thought they would never see the glint of the Claret Jug again

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