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Renaissance at The Greenbrier

Life was good at The Greenbrier at the beginning of June 2016, but then West Virginia was struck with the heaviest rainfall in memory and the flooding was devastating. What happened next is a remarkable story of recovery

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Across the drawbridge: castles & golf

There is no better way to get a real sense of medieval history than to visit a great British castle, and a journey based on educational merits could lend itself beautifully to the odd game of golf

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Near Silence

Peace comes easily here, just settles in and makes itself at home during one of the long, loping miles.

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American Links

British exports to the United States have a long and colorful heritage. Tony Dear—himself a British export to the U.S., asks whether links golf courses, with their fast running fairways, odd bounces and treacherous pot bunkers, have made a genuine transition across the Atlantic

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Scottish Links, American owned

The game evolved in Scotland before shipping to the United States. As Robin Barwick and Reade Tilley report, the relationship has now reached full circle

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Desert Days: golf in Arizona

With the question of where the world’s leading golf destination might be located, Paul Trow is convinced Arizona has inched ahead of the field

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Golf in Turkey

Belek in Turkey is a region lush with natural beauty, five-star amenities and plenty of top-class golf. Paul Trow discovers the jewel in Turkey’s tourism

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30 Days of Scotland

A bleary-eyed journey around an obvious golf destination reveals some not-so-obvious golfing gems—helped by plenty of good whisky. As Steve Killick learns, the occasional massage doesn’t hurt either

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