Great golf in Bermuda, Donald Trump in New Jersey, surprising golf in the home of Arnold Palmer
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to Shelley Meszoly, regional director of sales and marketing at the Fairmont hotels in Bermuda, about the great golf on the island.
“We have more golf courses per capita than any other country in the world,” she says. “Now, because we’re such a small country, that means eight golf courses. However, it’s absolutely beautiful and fabulous golfing here year round.”
TravelGolf.com’s Chris Baldwin talks about Donald Trump’s new golf development in New Jersey.
“It’s now the only state that’s going to have two Trump courses,” Baldwin says.
Western Pennsylvania is the home of Arnold Palmer - and some surprisingly good golf, says TravelGolf.com’s Tim McDonald.
“I was surprised about the beauty of the area,” McDonald says. “I played about eight courses in about eight days; it was kind of a whirlwind tour. I played Olde Stonewall; I played Latrobe Country Club, where Arnold Palmer grew up.”
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