Archives for: November 2004

Giving Thanks

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Accuse me of sentimentality. Accuse me of caving into cliche. But today simply demands at least a small pause to give thanks. First, I'm thankful for a wonderful family, a warm house, dear friends, and a 60-degree wedge that allows me to do some magical… more »

"You play like a girl." "Thank you!"

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At the 2004 U.S. Women's Open, what struck me immediately (besides the near flawlessness of Natalie Gulbis' legs), were the power, grace, and perfect timing of the women's swings. From day one, I began preaching to anyone who would listen: "These are the… more »

Land of the Rising Sun and falling handicaps

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I lived in Japan for nearly 4 years, and studied closely that country's oft-cited fascination with the game of golf. During that time, I actively avoided playing at the club to which I was given a complementary membership. The club did not allow women to… more »

Putters gone wild!

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At the 2004 Fall PGA Expo in Vegas, there were more new putters on display than any other type of equipment. And these weren't your grandfather's (or Phil Mickelson's) heel-shafted blades, either. Seriously, it looked like someone had dropped a bunch of… more »

Simply select where you want to play, find a tee time deal, and golf now!

Dates: March 1, 2014 - June 30, 2014
The Stay & Play Single includes a deluxe overnight room in the Inn at Château Élan, a round of golf for one person plus cart and range balls on the Château course or Woodlands course and breakfast for two the following morning in the Versailles Restaurant or Golf Grille. Tee times are recommended at the time of booking.
Price range: $269