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Fly, Drive, Putt

Visitors to London are spoiled for choice when it comes to playing and staying at top-class golf resorts. North, south, east or west, the UK capital offers plenty of options to the discerning golfer on vacation. Paul Trow acts as your guide.

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Playground in Paradise

Bermuda has more golf courses per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Paul Trow and Jon Edwards marvel at how this delectable quart has been squeezed into such a delicate pint pot. Advertisement “Go to Heaven if you want,” Mark Twain once wrote, “I’d rather stay in Bermuda.” The creator of Tom Sawyer […]

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Pennsylvania – Keystone Tops

Pennsylvania, the cradle of modern America, gave Arnold Palmer and Hershey Bars to the world. Naturally, it offers a sublime selection of historic courses. Paul Trow looks at what’s on offer for the visiting golfer.

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Golf & Game

Golfers are a brazen lot, so a little casino gaming goes great with our on-course action. Kingdom’s Jon Edwards tried his luck at Raffles Canouan. Get there, or try one of these other great destinations.

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For the Record

Golf is essentially a conservative game, but in the hearts of most golfers lurks a buccaneering spirit. In the grill room after a round, tales of derring-do are traded, superlatives bounce off the walls and facts become distorted. But some claims are no exaggeration at all. Paul Trow delves into a golf file marked "incredible but true".

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Big Easy

Louisiana has seen its share of weather-related troubles over the last few years, but the state’s golf courses are rebounding and are definitely open for play. patrick jones visits bayou country’s beautiful Audubon Golf Trail… over the last few years, a foursome best described as “hellish” sliced its way across Louisiana. These good-for-nothing invaders left […]

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Classic in the Sun

Palm Springs is proof that class is possible in sandals and that desert living can be as lush as anywhere else—provided you find the right oasis.

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Naturally Pacific—Oregon

The state drink is milk and the state dance is square, but that doesn’t mean you won’t have a good time in Oregon. In fact, you’re as likely to find a cold pint of ale as a tall glass of 2%, and after a tour through the state’s wine country you won’t care what shape the dancing takes. Maybe it’s time to visit the Pacific Northwest…

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Canada: Maple Nation

America’s neighbor to the north boasts the second-largest French-speaking city in the Western world and lots of whales off-shore. Have a look at Canada…

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