• Golf Capital of Tennessee?

    Golf Capital of Tennessee?1

    Braggadocio Aside, Crossville Has Plenty of Golf to Offer By Ken Mink Is the small town of Crossville, Tenn., the “Golf Capital of Tennessee”? Yes, says the town’s Chamber of Commerce, which has laid claim to the title for years, but facts show this is an audacious title at best. The East Tennessee town of

  • Golf Bogatá, Cartagena

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    Art, Culture, Golf Thrive Far Above Sea Level Karibana TPC Cartagena was the first TPC property in South America By Roseanne Zinniger As one of the largest South American countries consisting of multi-climate regions, bio-diverse terrains, including RAMSAR declared wetlands, a host of UNESCO parks and reserves containing a large variety of wildlife, there is

  • Shenandoah Valley Golf

    Shenandoah Valley Golf0

    By Ken Mink If you want beautiful scenery and immaculate golf courses when you lace up your golf shoes, it would be hard to find any better than the golf courses to be found in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Located between the Blue Ridge Mountains and Allegheny Mountains, this bucolic valley is a golfer’s dreams come

  • Quivira’s Ocean Views

    Quivira’s Ocean Views0

    Jack Nicklaus Builds a Stunner in Los Cabos By James McAfee Set among large coastal dunes, magnificent granite cliffs, desert foothills and white-sanded beaches at the tip of the Baja peninsula, the Quivira Golf Club offers more ocean front exposure than any other course in the immediate area. This emerald nestled alongside the rocky desert

  • Verrado’s Victory

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    Phoenix’s West Valley Gets a Must-play By Dan Vukelich The Phoenix Metro just got another great new golf course — the Victory Course at Verrado Golf Club in the West Valley — that can be had for an introductory rate of $99, with a replay for $25. This one’s a must-play for Spring Training fans

  • Mexico’s Pebble Beach?

    Mexico’s Pebble Beach?0

    Nicklaus’ Quivira Los Cabos’ Views are Amazing By Dan Vukelich “Have you ever walked the golf course,” I asked Quivira Golf Club Los Cabos’ director of golf, Antonio Reynante. “My assistants and I tried it once, but we couldn’t get past Number 6,” the fit-looking 35-year-old former mini-tour player told me. “We had to call