The Pinehurst Experience
Golfing the Dominican Republic
Bandon Dunes: A complete guide
Tips on traveling to Europe
Maui: Golfing in paradise
Pebble Beach: An American icon
Navigating desert golf in Arizona
Big Cedar Lodge: A Missouri marvel
Looking for an incredible value at some of the world’s best golf resorts? Check out these limited-time offers from our partners . . .
MORE TRIP IDEAS: PRIME SPOTS FOR PERFECT GOLF TRIPS
Need a little guidance on the best spots for your next golf trip? Check out these stellar stops before you make your plans . . .
From Coral Canyon to championship golf at Sand Hollow Resort to Sunbrook and Valderra, the red rock mountains aren’t the only thing that will leave you with lasting memories in southwest Utah, as the golf is impeccable.
From the two courses at the JW Marriott Desert Spring Resort to two more at the Indian Wells Golf Resort to the beauty that is Desert Willow, Coachella Valley has plenty of superior golf options for all skill levels.
From the Faldo and Palmer courses at Wildfire to Talon and Raptor at Grayhawk to O’odham and Piipash at Talking Stick, the Phoenix area has a trio of options where playing two spectacular rounds isn’t just an option, it’s an expectation.
Featuring a pair of championship-level courses — El Campeón and Las Colinas — and amenities that span from world-class resort offerings to a plethora of food options, Mission Inn just outside of Orlando is a must-stop on your Florida golf trip.
Baja California is Mexico’s ultimate beach, boating, fishing and golf getaway. The peninsula has two dozen great golf courses either already built or on the drawing board, with most in and around the Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos region.
Between True Blue, Caledonia, Pawleys Plantation and the Dunes Club, the greater Myrtle Beach area has a foursome of courses that will test your golfing mettle, but keep you coming back for more.
Along Snake River Canyon in Nebraska, golfers find The Prairie Club, an ultra-posh and fabulous resort with two spectacular 18-hole courses, a 10-hole short course that is such fun, an expansive 40,000-square-foot clubhouse, three dining areas and lodging.
Our Travel Caddie visited five courses in Arizona’s second-largest city, taking in Dove Mountain, Sewailo, Ventana Canyon and Gallery Golf Club, leaving quite impressed with what the desert had to offer.
From THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass to multiple marvels in St. Augustine to Amelia Island’s charm and excellent golfing options, Florida’s First Coast of Golf has plenty to offer for golfers looking for a bit of variety.
Most golf resorts have multiple courses, but so many don’t create distinctive experiences. That’s not the case at Arcadia Bluffs, where the Bluffs Course and South Course are spectacular for their individuality — and the resort takes care of the rest.
From Royal Isabela to Bahia Beach to a pair of courses at both Coco Beach and Rio Mar, Puerto Rico is definitively a premiere golf destination, providing plenty of challenging golf, while also featuring world-class amenities.
Golfing at Forest Dunes is top-notch, and if you add in the eclectic history which includes the mafia, then the resort quickly rises to one of the most sought-after in all of Michigan. Our Travel Caddie takes a deep look at all that Forest Dunes has to offer.
From Stonebridge Golf Club to the Mountain Dell Canyon Course to the pair of courses in Wasatch Mountain State Park, Northern Utah has plenty of mesmerizing golf, with challenging courses and epic views.
From TPC Louisiana to Contraband Bayou to Kosati Pines, the golf in and near New Orleans is spectacular according to our Travel Caddie, particularly around Lake Charles.
With world-class amenities and the World Golf Hall of Fame as attractions, both the Slammer & Squire and King & Bear courses at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla., not only are top-notch golf courses, but the entire experience is memorable.
From world-class accommodations in any of the seven lodges, hotels and inns at the resort, to the casino with its table games, slots, bingo and poker room, to the myriad dining options, to — for our purposes — the trio of top-shelf golf courses, everything at Turning Stone is in place and ready to produce memories by the bushel-full.
Known for its incredible array of outdoor experiences, Moonlight Basin will become the center of the golf — and NFL — world on July 6 as it hosts “The Match” that will pit Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady against Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers.
You and three friends will win a pair of The Distance Golf Shoes from SQAIRZ as well as one pair of Open Limited Edition golf shoes signed by past champions Sir Nick Faldo and John Daly, a new T-2000 travel bag from Bag Boy and two days at the World Golf Village, where you will enjoy two nights’ accommodations at the Renaissance Resort, rounds of golf at the King & Bear and Slammer & Squire, and tickets to enjoy the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Looking to combine stellar golf with a laid-back atmosphere? Then firmly put Amelia Island on your list of bucket-list trips, as this oasis in Northern Florida not only offers challenging golf, but also amenities that will be good for your soul.
From the iconic 1991 Ryder Cup that brought the title back to the United States to Rory McIlroy’s dominant victory in the 2012 PGA Championship, the Ocean Course is a stiff test for the world’s best golfers.
From the on-site casino and five memorable lodging opportunities, Turning Stone Resort Casino might be best known for its five standout golf tracks, including two that have been utilized for professional tournaments, including the PGA Tour.
The second you pull up to the gates at Big Cedar Lodge you know you are in for something special. Johnny Morris has created this resort to give guests the ability to connect with the outdoors in a way that speaks to your passion, and luckily for golfers he has done this in spectacular fashion.