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Members on the move: multi-club memberships

There will come a point when lockdown can stand down and when it does, golfers will appreciate time on the golf course more than ever. Golfers will still want to sign up to memberships, yet they have become more discerning and expect a greater return

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Roosevelt’s Lasting Gift: WPA & Bethpage

The legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt includes the Works Progress Administration, that helped to lift the United States out of the Great Depression. As Dave Shedloski writes, the WPA also added a new dimension to majors golf.

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Golf Coast: Florida’s Gulf Coast

Scattered along Florida’s more than 660 miles of beaches are quite a few golf gems, and while many of the brightest shine along the state’s Atlantic Coast and in the Miami area, Florida’s Gulf Coast has its own lustrous jewels.

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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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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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Down and about in Paris

“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty and the point of life.” So wrote Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States and author of the Declaration of Independence.

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