Kiawah Island Golf Resort, surfing and golf in San Diego, Michael Ross of Rarity Communities, and Feel Golf's 73-degree wedge
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
Tim McDonald talks to host Dave Berner about his recent trip to Kiawah Island, S.C.
“The Sanctuary Hotel (at Kiawah Island Golf Resort) is probably the most beautiful place I’ve ever stayed,” says McDonald. “The hotel itself, it looks like something out of the 1800s … like something from ‘Gone with the Wind.’”
Also, Chris Baldwin talks about Southern California, and how golf and surfing are now starting to be packaged together.
“It’s almost like the new trend, there are even golf packages now in San Diego where you golf in the afternoon and surf in the morning,” Baldwin says.
Also, Berner talks with Michael Ross, founder and president of Rarity Communities in eastern Tennessee.
If you live in one Rarity community - they’re all here in eastern Tennessee near the Smoky Mountains - you have reciprocal rights to go to the others,” Ross says of his communities which will soon sport courses designed by the likes of Lee Trevino, and two by P.B. and Pete Dye. “There will be lots of venues of golf available out there.”
Finally, McDonald talks about his experiences with a wide variety of new wedges - including a 73-degree - from Feel Golf.
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