The Masters and the Smithsonian Institute, La Reunion golf resort in Guatemala, author Bill Lindhout on new book 'Golf: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly'
In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to PGA Hall of Fame member Gary Wiren - director of instruction for Donald Trump Golf Properties and founder of Golf Around the World - about traveling to The Masters with the Smithsonian Institute.
“The Smithsonian does a lot of different types of tours around the world,” Wiren says. “They’ve only done this for a couple of years. This offers people a chance to attend the final day of The Masters.”
WorldGolf.com’s Mike Bailey raves about the first golf resort in Guatemala.
“I found the first golf resort in Guatemala; it’s called La Reunion,” he says. “It’s located 20 miles or so from the coast. It’s situated between four volcanoes, and actually built on the site of one volcano called Fuego. It’s designed by none other than Pete Dye, the first course he’s done in Central America.”
Plus, golf course architect Bill Lindhout talks about his new book “Golf: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.”
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