Secrets from the World of Golf Travel: October 2021

America's largest golf resort, and one of its smallest, are expanding to enhance the guest experience.
Tom Fazio built Pinehurst No. 8 in 1996 and rebuilt No. 4 in 2000. He also built No. 6 with his uncle, George Fazio.

One of the secrets of a successful golf resort is to add new amenities to keep guests coming back. It doesn't matter if the resort is less than a decade or more than a century old; new experiences are a great way to build loyal customers. A golf resort that isn't adding something risks falling behin

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