• Miami Springs Golf & CC

    Miami Springs Golf & CC0

    By Len Ziehm The first thing you notice are the trees. The Miami Springs Golf & Country Club has lots of great big ones, and there’s a reason. Trees played a big part in the design of this, arguably the most historic 18 holes in Florida – a state with over 1,300 courses, more than

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  • Streamsong’s Newest

    Streamsong’s Newest0

    By Grant Fraser Streamsong. I’m not sure where the name came from but it certainly has a gentle, melodic sound to it. Maybe it’s because Florida’s newest 54-hole golf destination is strategically located in an area of the state where there is no noise or traffic, no confusion or chaos, and each day seems like

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  • Waldorf Meets Disney

    Waldorf Meets Disney0

    Disney World Surrounds Rees Jones Design By John Ingoldsby Just three weeks to the day after Hurricane Irma hit Central Florida, the playing conditions at the Waldorf Astoria Golf Club were perfect. Coming from up north to witness this remarkable recovery at the Rees Jones-designed championship course confirmed that visitors can rest assured that playing

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  • Daytona Beach Golf Shines

    Daytona Beach Golf Shines0

    By Len Ziehm Golf is very much a part of the Daytona Beach scene. After all, it is the headquarters of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. LPGA International has two courses on its premises, the most prominent being the Jones Course – a Rees Jones creation that reopened in September after a greens renovation during

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  • Golf the Citrus Trail

    Golf the Citrus Trail0

    Sebring Offers More than Just Road Racing By Leigh MacKay Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! No, we’re not going for a wild ride on the track of the nearby Sebring International Raceway. Instead we’re going on a leisurely virtual tour of the Citrus Golf Trail. We’ll relax among the gently rolling hills and the

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  • Golf Florida’s First Coast

    Golf Florida’s First Coast0

    Great Golf Stretches from Jacksonville to St. Augustine By Grant Fraser If birthdays become more special the older you get, imagine turning 450; especially if you are one of the fortunate few Floridians that call the charming city of St. Augustine home. The celebration, parties and fireworks have already begun along Florida’s Historic Coast as

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