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New York – The Best Places To Play
Apr 1, 2014
For those who are overwhelmed by the noise and the never stopping pace of New York City – and also have a passion for golf – the New York Golf Trail is an unforgettable trip. This trail crosses the whole of New York State, but the crown jewel is the portion...
Hittin’ the Road - Golf Trips Are One Of Life’s Special Pleasures
Feb 17, 2014
Renowned golf course architect, Pete Dye, once stated that “the ardent golfer would play Mount Everest if somebody put a flag stick on it.” Considering the staggering number of people worldwide who embark on repeated golf junkets, perhaps his exaggeration is not too far from the truth. In spite of...
Go Beyond Fast - A Peek At Daytona Beach's Arts, Culture & History
Feb 12, 2014
Ever since the 1950s, car racing has been a major feature of this sunny city on Florida�s Atlantic coast. Today, hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts annually flock to the Daytona International Speedway for blockbuster events like the Daytona 500 and the Rolex 24-hour race. Certainly the Speedway is where the...
The Luxury Travel Guide - Belfast, Ireland
Jan 28, 2014
Belfast is the gem of Northern Ireland, with a magical mix of classic Irish charm and modern flair. Historically, Belfast...
Real Fun
Nov 20, 2012
In Panama City Beach (PCB), it’s all about the beachfront and a “come as you are” kind of attitude (it’s...
Forever Green
Oct 23, 2012
When Canadian golfers think “golf getaway” it’s natural for them to think of Arizona. Take more than 330 days of...
St. George Feeds The Senses - From Canyon Hiking To Great Golf
May 14, 2012
With rugged red peaks rising from desert plateaus and deep canyons filled with low-growing foliage, St. George’s spectacular scenery and temperate climate draw visitors from around the world.
Teed Off In Arizona - Head South For Desert Courses, Endless Sunshine & Great Packages
May 1, 2012
Once upon a time in the early 20th century, when duffers came to southern Arizona for the warm winter sun, they encountered dirt fairways and oiled sand greens.
Discover San Antonio - From The Alamo To The Waterparks, You Can't Beat This Texas Town
Feb 17, 2012
On March 6, 1836, 189 Texan and Tejano heroes held the Alamo for 13 days before being overtaken by 1,000 men from Mexico’s army. According to legend, General William Travis drew a line in the sand and asked the defenders to step forward if they intended to stay and fight.
It's St. George! - National Parks, Western History & Rugged Beauty
Feb 15, 2012
In 1861 Brigham Young, the Mormon prophet-colonizer, gazed northward up a desperately barren valley. Waving his hand to include the entire setting, he said, “There will yet be built between those volcanic ridges a city with spires, towers...and homes with many inhabitants.” And so St. George came to be.
Tee Time In Cancun - The Mexican Caribbean Is A Golf Destination Of Choice
Feb 6, 2012
Cancun is more than beaches, exotic nature and Mayan archeological sites. It’s an international golf destination featuring a collection of courses designed by as Nicklaus, Norman, Dye, Jones and Aoki. Whether you are a professional golfer, or an amateur, you’ll find everything you need from beginner to challenging courses and...
A Sporting Place - Golf, Fishing, Paddling, Baseball & Hockey - Get Beyond The Beach
Nov 25, 2011
Beached out? What to get off the lounger and move in all this Florida sunshine? There is plenty to do, and it is all so accessible you probably won’t know what to do first.
A Different Side Of Florida - Another Pace, Another Time - This Is The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel
Nov 25, 2011
Sandwiched between Sarasota in the north and Naples in the south, the Fort Myers area, often described as an “unspoiled island sanctuary”, has been attracting tourists since the early 1900s.
Islands In The Sun - A Look At The Communities Of The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel
Nov 25, 2011
Idyllic weather, a colourful past, wonderful beaches, famous visitors, outstanding dining, wonderful beaches, easy-to-access outdoor adventure, fascinating attractions, wonderful beaches and the grace and charm of “Old Florida” – this is The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel.
The Sporting DR
Mar 25, 2011
An intriguing hike or an inviting beach is never far away. The diverse island geography includes tropical rainforests, mountain wilderness, mangrove swamps, azure waters and everything in between. Each setting is a playground for the sports nut. And the forgiving climate means it’s always a good time to climb, raft,
The Big Trip: Punta Cana
Mar 25, 2011
Once just a quiet spot on the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, the towns of Punta Cana and Bávaro have exploded into a resort zone of all-inclusive properties that cater to honeymooners, families and spring breakers looking for sports by day and exciting nightlife after the sun goes down.
A Puerto Plata Primer
Mar 25, 2011
As planeloads of winter-weary Canadians head south for a mid-winter break, there’s a good chance that they’re headed for the airport at Puerto Plata, one of the budget destination capitals of the Caribbean. To be more precise, they are almost certainly headed for one of the all-inclusive resorts at Playa...
La Romana In A Week
Mar 25, 2011
It’s a little quieter on the south coast of the Dominican Republic. Mass tourism has made its mark; but the sea is a little calmer here, the pace is dialed down a notch and despite making it onto the main tourist radar, the village of La Romana still exudes a...
Teed Off In Arizona - From Desert To Mountain, The Golf Is Great In AZ
Mar 25, 2011
It’s always tee-time in Arizona. Whether your game is target or traditional, your budget country club or municipal, your favoured plant prickly pear or pine tree, the state has something to suit your skill level, wallet and landscape preference.
Above It All - Hot City Action, History & Haunting Wilderness Beauty - Discover Utah
Jan 26, 2011
Sublime scenery that invites contemplation; vast tracts of wilderness that invite exploration; vibrant cities that invite you to stay and enjoy theatre, nightlife and contemporary cuisine – this is Utah. Journey through this land and discover its secrets, and some of your own. One of the best ways to see...
Designed By The Desert - Art, Architecture & Pure Luxury Are Scottsdale Highlights
Jan 26, 2011
Vibrant, energetic and sophisticated. Three words that perfectly describe Scottsdale – the city in the Valley of the Sun known for resorts and spas that pamper, upscale shopping in malls and boutiques, and pure bliss on a seemingly-endless supply of golf greens.
Arizona Golf
Oct 5, 2010
From the mystical red rocks of Sedona down to the famed fairways in Phoenix’s Valley of the Sun, and on to the ponderosa pine lined greens at Williams, Arizona boasts more than 300 golf courses, each with its own unique terrain and challenges. With a climate to be envied –...
Teed Off! - Golf In Minnesota Is A Whole Lot More Than You Think
Aug 25, 2010
Who knew? Minnesota has more golfers per capita than any other state, and is the only state to have hosted all 13 USGA Championships. And, with more than 480 golf courses, there is a course to suit every level of play.
Fore! - Top Spots To Tee Off In West Virginia & Arizona
Aug 16, 2010
Golf holidays are as popular as ever. Whether your clients are diehard golfers who want nothing more than top-quality courses or all-rounders looking for a mix of activities, our two featured golf destinations deliver.
Daily Unlimited Golf In Hawaii
Aug 16, 2010
Makena Beach & Golf Resort, located ocean-side in the historic and scenic Makena region on the south side of Maui, has announced the Daily Unlimited Golf Package, which is ideal for golfers and non-golfers alike.
British Columbia
Aug 4, 2010
Barkerville: A living history town that was the largest west of Chicago and north of San Francisco in the 1870s. General store, blacksmith, western show, stagecoach rides, gold-panning and mock courtroom sessions featuring \"Hanging\" Judge Begbie. East of Quesnel.
Stay A While - Korea Is The Perfect Stop-Over In Asia
Jun 29, 2010
Korea has a great deal to offer as a destination on its own, but it’s also a great stop-over combined with other countries. If your clients only have a few hours in Seoul between flights, tell them to hop on the bus. Incheon International Airport operates a tour program that...
Revival Of The Fittest - Celebrating The Rebirth Of Sunny Isles Beach
Jun 28, 2010
When billionaire real estate mogul, Donald Trump, opens a hotel anywhere in the world, it’s a sure-fire indication the place is a vacation hotspot or well on its way to becoming one. Consequently, when “the Donald” opened one of his Trump International resorts on Sunny Isles Beach in 2004, it...
Teed Off In West Virginia - Mountain Golf At Its Finest
Jun 28, 2010
There’s no doubt West Virginia is rural and is probably best known for its windy roads and dusty coal mines. Take a closer look into the leisure opportunities the state’s immense natural beauty provides and you might find something that surprises you: spectacular mountain golf courses. Sometimes the state’s coal...