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Scotland, Part 2

When you think of golf in Scotland the first course that comes to mind is, of course, the Old Course at St. Andrews, closely followed by Turnberry’s Ailsa, Carnoustie, Royal Troon and Muirfield – all venues for the British Open. If you are a student of the game you might think also of Gleneagles, Prestwick […]

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Ireland is Truly the Emerald Isle

Ocean State Golf recently had the chance to visit Ireland for a week. The trip was organized by the Northern Ireland Tourism Board and included a half-dozen golf writers from the U.S. and two from England. The draw for bringing us over the pond was the Walker Cup (see related story on page 19), but […]

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The Whistler Experience

There are no words to describe the beauty of the drive from Vancouver that will take us to our Whistler Mountain destination. The scenic mountainous road that brings us in and out of the clouds is surreal, and a fitting start to our week ahead. The award-winning Fairmont Chateau Whistler is located at the base […]

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Golfing in Jamaica

I didn’t think it was possible. How could you go on a golfing vacation and have golf not be in your thought process most of the time? It happened last month when my bride and I visited Jamaica to find out about the golf on this tropical Caribbean island that sits 100 miles south of […]

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