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Fairmont Southampton ocean view

Destination: Bermuda

Bermuda: The British territory that’s 22 miles long is just two miles wide at its thickest point. Warm air from the Gulf Stream keeps the climate mild in winter months, despite its northern locale 640 miles east of North Carolina in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
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The Links at Crowbush Cove golf course

Destination: Prince Edward Island

When it comes to world-class golf vacation destinations, Prince Edward Island on the eastern coast of Canada can hold its own with the best.
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Jacksonville, Florida - downtown

Destination: Jacksonville

With the PGA Tour headquartered in its suburbs and the World Golf Village and World Golf Hall of Fame in nearby St. Augustine, the Jacksonville area is one of the most golf-centric locations in the U.S. Located on Florida's First Coast, this is also where you'll find the TPC Sawgrass (Ponte Vedra Beach), which hosts The Players Championship -- considered by many to be golf's "fifth major" -- as well as dozens of other quality courses open to the public. In addition, the city offers plenty of diversions beyond golf.
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San Diego harbor

Destination: San Diego

With arguably the best climate in the world, California's second largest city, San Diego, has 70 miles of beaches, a world famous zoo, Sea World and lots of great golf courses. Temperatures generally top out in the 70s with low humidity year-round, so San Diego is ripe for any type of outdoor activity - especially golf!
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Niagara Falls

Destination: Niagara Falls

The Niagara Falls area usually evokes images of honeymoons and daredevils in barrels, but this twin city tourist attraction on the border of Ontario and the state of New York offers plenty of other worthwhile diversions such as fishing, swimming, hiking and plenty of golf.
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  • Fairmont Southampton ocean view Destination: Bermuda

    Bermuda: The British territory that’s 22 miles long is just two miles wide at its thickest point. Warm air from the Gulf Stream keeps the climate mild in winter months, despite its northern locale 640 miles east of North Carolina in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
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  • The Links at Crowbush Cove golf course Destination: Prince Edward Island

    When it comes to world-class golf vacation destinations, Prince Edward Island on the eastern coast of Canada can hold its own with the best.
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  • Jacksonville, Florida - downtown Destination: Jacksonville

    With the PGA Tour headquartered in its suburbs and the World Golf Village and World Golf Hall of Fame in nearby St. Augustine, the Jacksonville area is one of the most golf-centric locations in the U.S. Located on Florida's First Coast, this is also where you'll find the TPC Sawgrass (Ponte Vedra Beach), which hosts The Players Championship -- considered by many to be golf's "fifth major" -- as well as dozens of other quality courses open to the public. In addition, the city offers plenty of diversions beyond golf.
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  • San Diego harbor Destination: San Diego

    With arguably the best climate in the world, California's second largest city, San Diego, has 70 miles of beaches, a world famous zoo, Sea World and lots of great golf courses. Temperatures generally top out in the 70s with low humidity year-round, so San Diego is ripe for any type of outdoor activity - especially golf!
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  • Niagara Falls Destination: Niagara Falls

    The Niagara Falls area usually evokes images of honeymoons and daredevils in barrels, but this twin city tourist attraction on the border of Ontario and the state of New York offers plenty of other worthwhile diversions such as fishing, swimming, hiking and plenty of golf.
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  • Toronto Skyline Destination: Toronto

    Toronto is one of the world's most multicultural and exciting cities to visit. While it is Canada's most populous metropolitan area, plenty of accessible golf can be enjoyed for any wallet size.
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  • Conestoga Golf Club Destination: Mesquite, Nev.

    Mesquite, once known as Mesquite Flats when it was founded by the Mormons in 1884, is the fastest growing area in Nevada, thanks in large part to its burgeoning golf scene. The population of Mesquite, located in the Virgin River Valley 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, has doubled in the last decade to nearly 20,000 as some of the best names in the golf course architecture have painted canvasses on the desert landscape.
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  • Pebble Beach Destination: Monterey

    Rich in history and overloaded with scenery, California's Monterey Peninsula is one of the most magical places on earth for golfers and non-golfers alike. From the stunning cliffs of Pebble Beach to the quaint coffee shops of Carmel-by-the-Sea to the seaside lodging on Cannery Row, the Monterey Peninsula offers one of the most unique destinations in the world.
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  • Harding Park #18 Destination: San Francisco

    San Francisco is among America's most diverse and exciting cities to explore, especially when you factor in so many world class restaurants from practically any culture imaginable. A golf trip to the bay will certainly keep you entertained off the course.
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  • Aviara GC Destination: California

    Narrowing down your golf vacation destination to California hardly narrows it down at all. You can find just about every type of golf destination here, from the coastal golf of Monterey Peninsula to desert golf in Palm Springs and everywhere in between.
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  • Kilspindie: 3rd green Destination: Scotland

    Long considered the birthplace of golf, Scotland has become a must-visit pilgrimage for many golfers, especially those eager to tackle the unique challenges of traditional links played on the sandy soil and dunes next to the sea.
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  • East Potomac Golf Course - White Course - hole 2 Destination: Washington D.C

    Planning a golf vacation to our nation's capital is more than patriotic -- it's fun. Because not only are there some pretty good choices when it comes to golf venues -- some are even located on battlegrounds -- but there is so much to else to do and see on your golf trip as well.
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  • Dunes Golf & Beach Club: #9 Destination: Myrtle Beach

    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, affectionately know to golfers around the world as the "Grand Strand," boasts close to 100 golf courses ranging from high-end private clubs to affordable daily-fee options. What's more, with the beach, countless dining choices, and a wide range of lodging, Myrtle Beach remains one of the most popular golf spots in the world.
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  • Old Course at Ballybunion Golf Club Destination: Ireland

    The "Emerald Isle" is as enchanting of an island for a golf vacation as there is, home to scores of dramatic links on its rugged coastlines. Tours to Ireland couple links golf with unmistakable Irish hospitality, from guest houses to bed-and-breakfasts and luxury hotels. Natural wonders abound too, like the Giant's Causeway, Cliffs of Moor and Ring of Kerry. In Ireland, you're always around the corner from spectacular scenery.
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  • Makai Ocean #6 & #7 Destination: Hawaii

    They don't call Hawaii paradise for nothing, but better than that, there are several versions of it depending on which islands you visit. Each has its own climate and personality. You could spend a year exploring the islands and never run out of experiences or great golf.
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  • Las Vegas Sign Destination: Las Vegas

    The lights, the Strip, the excess, the action - that's Vegas, baby! It's all here. Golfers know that Las Vegas has become one of the most exciting golf vacation spots in the world because, just like the mega spots on the Strip, Las Vegas' golf courses have been raising the bar for years. Add to that the shows and meals prepared by some of the top chefs on the planet, and you've got a serious vacation in the making.
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  • Walt Disney World - Palm Course Destination: Orlando

    Now and forever the Mouse reigns in Orlando. But golfers know this part of central Florida is a haven for vacationers looking to hit the links as well. In addition to theme parks, visitors to Orlando can enjoy world-class dining and - of course - golf courses by some of the top designers in the game.
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  • Hilton Head Golf Destination: Hilton Head Island

    Golf and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina? Now you're talking about a match made in heaven. But the fun on the island is hardly limited to the links. Water sports and a sunbathing are staple, of course. There's also prime shopping, dining, night life and fine arts, and more. And, oh yes, there's golf. Seemingly, all of the big architects have courses in Hilton Head.
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  • We-Ko-Pa GC Destination: Scottsdale

    Scottsdale, Arizona is one of the largest cities in the Valley of the Sun with nearly 250,000 residents, and golf has played a large part in its rapid expansion over the past three decades. Annually, visitors and residents play 12 million rounds on 51 Scottsdale courses. The city includes some of the nation's best public and resort courses and many of the top multi-course facilities in Arizona.
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  • St. Andrews Old Course - Town Destination: St. Andrews

    Considered the "Home of Golf," Scotland's St. Andrews has become mecca for many golfers. Apart from its six publicly owned golf courses, St. Andrews itself is a bustling university town with a medieval backdrop, easily walkable and full of pubs, restaurants, hotels and golf shops.
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  • Hyatt Hill Country Resort #5 Destination: San Antonio

    The Alamo City, San Antonio loves its history. But don't for a second think this is a town stuck in the past. One of America's most vibrant cities, San Antonio's world-class attractions, dining, and of course golf, attract visitors from all over Texas, and beyond. It's a city with a rich golf legacy and a bright future anchored by heavyweight courses.
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  • Boulders GC in Scottsdale Destination: Arizona

    Perhaps the biggest misconception is that Arizona is nothing more than a large desert. And while the Sonoran Desert with its majestic saguaros certainly dominates the landscape, the Grand Canyon State offers so much more, including mountains, rivers, big-time sports, skiing and great golf.
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  • Kiawah Island Ocean Course - #5 Destination: South Carolina

    The Lowcountry comes to life in South Carolina, where Southern hospitality, world class seafood and plantation history help create one of America's most golf-friendly states year round.
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