How To Pack for a Golf Trip [Thru Our Eyes]

Are you planning to take a golf trip? In addition to the planning and coordinating of accommodations, tee times, transportation, sightseeing, dining and so forth, you’ll obviously need to pack appropriately…that is, golf-appropriately. It’s one thing to pack for a weekend getaway but another for a week long trip out of the country. Keep in mind when packing that a successful golf vacation starts well before you even leave your home.

Reflections of Great Golf in Australia

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Cape Wickham Links - King Island
 
For a variety of very positive reasons, golf in Australia is enjoying heightened profile. While the country is home to unquestionably some of the true classics of the game such as Royal Melbourne, New South Wales and Kingston Heath; recent activity only serves to further enhance Australia as one of the world’s great golf destinations…worthy of a seat in the premier league.

Reflections on The 144th Open Championship

Old Course, St Andrews - 144th British Open venue
In the stands Sunday night the week before the 144th Open Championship

I recall attending the 1970 Open at St Andrews and sitting in the stand behind the 17th green, just a very short time after starting to play golf. With my son of similar age to myself some 45 years later, and accompanied by my wife, we arrived in St Andrews on the Sunday evening prior to the Championship…

Passing of Jim Bell, one of the Golf Industry’s Finest Gentlemen

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James 'Jim' Bell

The golf industry lost one of its finest gentlemen recently with the passing of Jim Bell. My brother and I had the good fortunate to meet Mr. Bell when he was the Tournament Director for the International Junior Masters at East Aurora Country Club in New York.

Why now is a great time to book your next golf vacation

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Interested in taking an international golf trip? You’ll be pleased to know now is the perfect time for you to book, whether you plan on traveling this year or the next. Here’s why: