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I'm jealous. Kauai is supposed to be the best island in terms of scenery. Lanai was very nice, but arid compared to the other islands. I played the Challenge at Manele (Nicklaus) which is on the coast and quite amazing. Views of the ocean from every hole. Didn't get to play the Experience at Koele (Norman) but walked a few holes including that unbelievable Par 4 (16th I think) which is up in the jungle and drops hundreds of feet from tee to fairway. I was just looking at...
I've already posted about Abacoa. I haven't played but everyone is saying it's great.    I've played Polo Trace many times dating back to high school (don't ask!) Love the front nine but the back follows this unsightly ravine and just doesn't seem as impressive to me. Fees are always quite high there. I would take Osprey Point over that.    My golf group has taken many trips to PGA Village and are doing so again in May. They seem to really like it. I heard they just...
I've been to Cabo and Hawaii (Maui, Lana'i), and boy they are hard to beat. Amazing golf, weather, and tons to do otherwise. 
I'd take the Ritz Carlton on that short list, and I've played them all but Orange Lake but heard that one is worth missing. Ritz is very nice, fun, fair, and quaint. Nothing but wilderness. 
I live in Broward, just South of you. Tons of good courses in Palm Beach. Some public. Emerald Dunes comes to mind. There is one that Nicklaus redid (muni) that many of my friends enjoy. I think it's West Palm Beach CC, something like that. I'll look up some more but you should be able to find some fun stuff. That area, especially including Jupiter, has some of the best golf ever. Unlike this hole called Broward.  However, it's probably not a fair comparison to private...
Also works well as an aid to keep clothes from wrinkling. You're welcome. 
FWIW, just got back from 2 days and 4 rounds of golf in O-town this weekend. Friday was at the Ritz and I loved this course as always. Greens were average speed but the course was in good shape.    Championsgate (both courses) Saturday. International was crazy hard and not very good shape. National was more fair and better shape. Wouldn't play the Int'l again.    Sunday morning was Falcon's Fire. Really enjoyed this course. Not overly difficult but in good shape and...
Why didn't I think of that? So much to learn. 
I find this quite amusing for some reason. 
In regards to Reunion, I organized a trip there about 2 years ago with 32 guys. I think we all liked the Palmer course the least, condos all around it. Watson was great but I think the Nicklaus course was the best of the 3. Down the street and through the wilderness with not much around. Many guys preferred Watson though.    Didn't see anyone mention the Ritz Carlton/JW Marriot course designed by Greg Norman. Great track, no homes on the course. Just you and wilderness....
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