Caribbean golf and sailing trips, spotlighting Doral Resort in Miami, and I-Play CEO David Gosen on golfing tips via mobile phone
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“We facilitate sailing trips for people who want to come to the Caribbean,” Gotfredsen says. “The case is that most of the Caribbean islands are pretty small and can only support one or two golf courses. A lot of people want to play more than one course when they’re on holiday, so if you wanted to do that you would have to spend every other day in the airport. What I suggest you do, is that you rent yourself a wonderful crewed charter, and then you sail from island to island with a pink drink in your hand.”
“Doral, hands down,” says McDonald, who just returned from a trip to the city. “Some golf writers don’t particularly like Doral because it’s not one of these new, ultramodern golf facilities, but I really liked it. It’s got that old time Miami look, the Palm Trees swaying in the breeze. Of course it’s got the Blue Monster, which is a monster.”
I-Play, one of the world’s leading mobile entertainment providers, has brought golf instruction to the mobile phone. Berner talks to the company’s CEO, David Gosen.
“We’ve just launched in the U.S. on Sprint the first ever instructional golf video clips on mobile phones,” Gosen says. “These are clips that really take you from tee to green, giving you tips and tricks, really whenever you want to watch them because you download them and stream them onto your mobile phone and watch them at your leisure.”
Plus, McDonald talks about New Year’s resolutions for golfers, including himself, in this week’s ‘TravelGolf.com On Course’ commentary.
“One of the things I resolved to do is be more sympathetic to those people who just worship the ground Michelle Wie walks on,” McDonald says. “I’m going to try to better understand what’s missing from their lives, causing them to blindingly ignore her shortcomings and all the excuses she makes.”
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