Golf Odyssey April 2019

Music, museums, food and drink have turned Nashville into one of North America's hottest tourist destinations, but if you can pry yourself away from Music City, U.S.A.'s more prominent lures, you'll find enough laudable layouts for a hit golf getaway, too.
Why a visit to play the brand-new Pete Dye eighteen at this boutique hideaway on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is a must for golf course architecture connoisseurs.
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Now that this tiny island just north of St. Martin has recovered from Hurricane Irma, its chic resorts, fabulous beaches, outstanding restaurants and seafood shacks, along with its Greg Norman-designed golf course, make for a dream-like Caribbean escape.
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Come join our VIP getaways hosted by Matt Ginella and Bradley S. Klein at some of the most intriguing golf resorts in the U.S.
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To truly appreciate a golf course, Bradley S. Klein recommends leaving your clubs at home and putting on your walking shoes.
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What could be better than donating to charity as you play some of the private clubs on your bucket list?
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The inside scoop on an auction that provides opportunities for accessing top-100-caliber private clubs; a preview of the new baseball-themed Texas Rangers Golf Club; and ongoing renovations at Torrey Pines South Course.
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Welcome to the April 2019 issue of Golf Odyssey featuring our tips on how to have a hit golf getaway in Nashville; the charms of St. Michaels, Maryland, where you’ll find the last course Pete Dye actively worked on; and an idyllic Caribbean escape to Anguilla for great beaches, spicy seafood and a little golf. Other highlights include Bradley S. Klein’s “Notes “from the Course Whisperer;” the best charity outings this spring, and “Secrets from the World of Golf Travel” on gaining more access to private clubs through the auction; the new Texas Rangers Golf Club, and the renovations of Torrey Pines South Course.
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