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14 travel features tagged “Golf”

Seven awe-inspiring golf courses

Keeping your mind off the scenery and on the game may be difficult.
20 November 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Golf goes green

Many courses around the world are conserving water, preserving natural habitats and limiting – or even eliminating – chemical use when maintaining their manicured landscapes.
Read more… 31 May 2012


The Passport blog

Golf trips are teeing off strong

Extensive global television coverage and keen pricing are helping golf tourism bounce back from the global economic downturn.
Read more… 07 May 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Playing golf around the world

With golf returning to the Olympics in 2016, the rules have been globally standardized for the first time in history – but cultural conventions still vary by destination.
Read more… 06 April 2012


Prime time for golf holiday homes

Thanks to the economic downturn, it is possible to play all day on a championship course and sleep all night in a luxury holiday home, just steps from the emerald green fairway.
Read more… 06 April 2012


Golf getaways for the non-golfer

Six courses that offer far more than just 18 holes, from tracking big game in South Africa to hunting for dinosaur bones in Denver.
Read more… 05 April 2012


Living In

Living in... golf areas

The best links in Scotland, New Zealand and the US can be your own backyard.
Read more… 04 April 2012


Tee off in Alabama

Robert Trent Jones designed a 468-hole paradise in Alabama that puts golfers through their paces. The courses can be as beautiful as they are difficult.
02 April 2012


An epic Southern fried golf road trip

Match your wits — and your nine iron — against the game’s greatest architect on 32 devilish courses in Alabama.
Read more… 02 April 2012


The world’s most outrageous golf courses

Tee off at these extreme golf spots where you dodge guards in Kabul Golf Club, conserve oxygen in La Paz and play the long ball in Australia’s outback.
02 April 2012


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