How To Pack For A Golf Vacation

Planning a golf vacation? Keep in mind when packing that a successful golf vacation starts well before you even leave your home. Scott Kramer provides a series of helpful hints to make packing easier than ever. This infographic was originally published by Links Magazine.
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What will your airline seat look like?

question mark gadlingIt is becoming increasingly difficult to know what type of seat and amenities you are buying with a trans-Atlantic ticket. The confusion is most obvious when travelers are lookinhttps://www.perrygolf.com/blog/tag/links-magazine/page/2/g at both economy and and upgraded economy products.
 
 
 
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Connect With Us On Facebook!

Share memories from your PerryGolf trip with friends and family, win contests and promotions, and stay up to date on our latest specials and news. Play The Game. See The World. Read more “Connect With Us On Facebook!”

Golf and The Caribbean Under Sun and Sail 2014

Dominica, Antigua, Anguilla, St. Kitts, Nevis & St. Bart’s on board Le Ponant

4 Rounds | 7 Nights | 18-25 January 2014
 
 

Here’s your chance to escape the depths of winter to come in exhilarating fashion! Join PerryGolf in January 2014 onboard the magnificent tall-masted sailing yacht Le Ponant for a luxurious, all inclusive golf voyage through the sparkling waters of the eastern Caribbean.

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Why wait anymore? There’s no waiting with Global Entry

Unless you’re an international traveler, you may not have realized that wait times are nearing 2.5 to 3 hours at peak times when arriving back in the US and checking in through Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at some major airports.

Click to EnlargeWhat to do?  Sign up for Global Entry.  The online application takes about 15 minutes to fill out, costs $100, and lasts for 5 years once you’re enrolled.  After you receive your preliminary Global Entry approval, just schedule an interview at the closest Global Entry for final approval and kiosk training – it only takes 20 minutes.  And in about a week, you should receive your Global Entry membership card, which actually isn’t necessary to bring with you to the airport since it’s online.

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