5 Reasons to Visit New Zealand

Milford Sound, known as the ‘8th Wonder of the World,’ is one of many breathtaking sights to enjoy on a trip to enchanting New Zealand.

In addition to its unmistakable beauty, New Zealand enjoys a rich, interesting history and diverse cultural tradition.

Roughly one thousand years ago, the Maori traveled on canoes from Hawaiki to New Zealand, becoming the first visitors. Abel Tasman, a Dutchman, is credited as the first European to see the country and the British explorer Captain James Cook, aboard HMS Endeavour, famously came ashore in Eastland in October, 1769.

5 Reasons to Visit Argentina

With a population of roughly 44 million, Argentina is the second-largest Spanish-speaking nation in South America. The beautiful nation on the continent’s southern portion delivers a variety of features and attractions certain to please an array of travelers.

Along those lines, PerryGolf’s Best of Argentina Escorted 2018 is sold out later this month, however don’t fret because space remains on the 11-night, 6-round Escorted Tour in Feb. 2019.

3 Iconic Golf Courses in the British Isles

Royal Portrush Golf Club by Aiden Bradley
 

Surgeon General Warning, the following post is solely for the purpose of bar discussion after all other topics are exhausted.

Course rankings will forever be wonderful fodder for endless conversations about the relative merits of any given golf experience.

Memorable Moments From a Great 2017 Season in Professional Golf

After sinking a 50-foot eagle putt on No. 15 at Royal Birkdale during the 2017 Open Championship, Jordan Spieth pointed to the hole and told caddie Michael Greller to “Go Get It.” Roughly an hour later, Spieth had completed a dramatic late charge and captured the Claret Jug.

The book is closed on another year of international professional golf. Once again, the world’s best golfers thrilled, inspired and amazed those of us who play the game for recreation and pleasure. Under immense pressure, they remained poised and produced incredible shots that dazzled galleries and television viewers, probably sending more than a few of us racing to the nearest driving range to try and replicate the feats we had just witnessed.