Golf in the Canadian Rockies, South Korea's Pine Beach golf course, the new book "Golf for a Rainy Day"
“You’re not going to find a prettier spot in the world,” Tucker says. “They know how to do golf well, and there are some great golf courses, besides Banff and Jasper.”
“The property is one of those very unique gems that you don’t run across every day in the golf design business,” Dale says. “It’s mind boggling at one point, spectacular the next. There’s a lot of ‘wow.’”
Hate those rainy days that keep you off the golf course? You can still get your fix with Frank G. Kilmer’s new book, “Golf for a Rainy Day.”
“I set out to characterize the weekend golfer,” Kilmer says.
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Korea sounds like fun, but it's a little off my commute. The Rockies are definitely on my to do list thanks to you.
So glad I found your podcast!
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