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Fifty Places to Play Golf Before You Die: Golfing Experts Share the World's Greatest Destinations Not only courses where major championships have been played, but courses whose architecture, noteworthy holes, location, and ambiance make them "must play" venues for passionate golfers. Includes Royal County Down (Ireland), Pebble Beach (California), Bandon Dunes (Oregon), Cape Kidnappers (New Zealand), and the National Golf Links of America (New York). Each chapter will be linked to a golf "guru" or celebrity personality; the featured course will be presented as the individual's recommendation for one of their favorite courses in the world.
Golf's Best New Destinations The golf travel landscape has changed, with new courses and places to stay often clustered into areas that have emerged as golf destinations. Noted golf travel expert Brian McCallen identifies and serves as a knowledgeable guide to these new destinations, giving useful information on the courses, the resort accommodations, and even the other things to do in the area. The hot spots range from places like Wisconsin and Oregon to cities like Las Vegas and Philadelphia in the U.S., and Los Cabos, Mexico; Prince Edward Island, Canada; the Caribbean; Ireland; and New Zealand around the world.
Where Golf Is Great: The Finest Courses of Scotland and Ireland The greatest links and inland courses of Scotland and Ireland, known for their character, sparkle, fascination, challenge, and history. Filled with more original photography than anyone has seen in eons, and written in the wonderfully impassioned voice of a legendary golf raconteur, the book provides not only on the course secrets but also off the course ideas for the full luxury golf holiday experience.
Scottish Golf Links: A Photographer's Journey Lowe takes us along the rugged eastern coast, from St. Andrews up to Montrose and Cruden Bay and Royal Aberdeen, "from heather, whin and sand, to points north," to Nairn and Dornoch. Then to the west coast, to Prestwick and Troon. It's not only the courses themselves that Lowe illuminates along the way, but the winding roads, the ancient villages, the farms and whiskey distilleries, and the people who call this land their home as well. Each step of his pilgrimage is given its due.
Florida's Fairways: 60 Alluring and Affordable Golf Courses from the Panhandle to the Keys Florida offers more than a thousand accessible and affordable golf courses, which attract more than two million golfers every year. Moore's guide to 60 golfing venues in the Sunshine State caters to all budgets by featuring public courses, semi-private clubs where daily-fee players are welcome, and resorts that offer on-site accommodations. Moore explores each course's character, from its architect, design, and history to an analysis of each hole, including advice on drive and approach shots and helpful observations on hazards and putting surfaces. Arranged in four geographical sections with maps showing course locations and featuring 100 black-and-white and 20 color photographs, this guide includes detailed directions allowing easy access from the nearest interstates and other major roads. Moore also includes current green fees, phone numbers, and Web sites, as well as yardage and course and slope ratings for blue and red tees. As a bonus, Moore directs golfers to places of history, such as the course where Jack Nicklaus once carded a 7 and the 1920s resort where Johnny Weissmuller was a lifeguard. Both the recreational golfer and the keen student of the sport will find Florida's Fairways a richly informative, and enjoyable guide.
Golfing in Ireland: The Most Complete Guide for Adventurous Golfers Ireland is Europe's hottest golfing destination and one of the most popular golf venues for Americans eager to sample the fabled links. Author Rob Armstrong predicted the Irish golf boom in the first edition; in the second, he revisits old courses that have undergone revision or expansion and uncovers the best of Ireland's new courses. In his crisp, irreverent style, he also points out those courses that have not stood up, those that have been poorly maintained or managed, and those that have simply proved disappointing. Profiled in this edition are: the magnificent Old Head Golf Club in County Cork, one of the most exciting new golf courses in the world; the extraordinary beautiful new Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club in County Kerry that overlooks Kenmare Bay; and the expanded golf complex at Ballyliffin in County Donegal. He also reviews several new hotels and restaurants that cater to golfers and are near some of Ireland's best courses. Armstrong's travel tips include a discussion of the Euro, which will soon become the unit currency in the Irish Republic, a warning about the proliferation of Irish golf tours, and a map to the maze of airlines and rental car companies.
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