Florida's cheapest golf locale, fall golf in northern Michigan, and the Czech Republic is Central Europe's golfing hotspot
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“They call themselves the last bastion of affordable golf,” McDonald says. “Really the reason they say that is there aren’t a lot of options. It turns out they haven’t built any new golf course in the last 20-25 years.”
“In September you should be okay with long pants and short sleeves,” says Tucker. “It doesn’t really get too nasty until late October.”
“Golf in the Czech Republic dates back quite far,” says Executive Editor Mark Nessmith. “During communism the game lagged, but going on 15 years since the Velvet Revolution, it’s really back with vengeance.”
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