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  1. I'm looking for some course recommendations in the Cape Elizabeth/South Portland area. My family has decided to take a trip in mid-August to Cape Elizabeth and I'm thinking I might be able to get away one morning for a round. This might be the only chance I'll ever play golf in Maine, so I'd like it to be a quality course, but not crazy expensive or anything. I'd also prefer something that's not like an hour away if possible. Most of the courses I've looked at in the area so far are all private, with the exception of Sable Oaks. I'm also open to meet up with TST members in the area to play, too, if anyone is interested.
  2. Hi there Golf Travelers! Rovos Rail & Long Cove Club (Hilton Head Island) designed an exclusive luxury Private Golf & Safari Train charter. This once-in-a-lifetime trip is open to US citizens only! Trip Date: 10th - 25th August, 2017 All Inclusive Package: This trip features three nights at the luxury Sabi Sabi Game Lodge where you'll be spoiled with the best game viewing experiences in ultimate luxury. Then you'll be picked up by the Pride of Africa, Rovos Rail. We'll take the 10 day journey from Sabi Sabi to Cape Town playing the top golf courses in South Africa. Your Cape Town experience include the famous Stellenbosch/Franschhoek wine lands and the best the Mother City has to offer. Everything's included: Seven games of golf, caddies and carts Private luxury flights to Sabi Sabi (Kruger Park) Three nights in Sabi Sabi luxury private Game Reserve Nine nights on the Most Luxurious Train in the world, Rovos Rail Three nights at the One & Only Hotel, V&A Waterfront Non-golfers' itinerary All meals & beverages All excursions, luxury transfers & guided tours Click HERE for the detailed itinerary Golf Courses: (with their ranking) Leopard Creek (2nd) Durban Country Club (5th) Champagne Sports Resort (35th) Humewood Golf Links (11th) Fancourt Montagu (6th) Fancourt Links (1st) Pearl Valley (8th) For detailed info on the packages available / gallery / contact info, please click HERE. You may also contact me: al@rovosgolf.com We would love to see you in August 2017!
  3. In about a week I am going to drive from Denver to Orlando (short-term job relocation). In no particular hurry, I thought I would stop and play 18 holes twice along my travels. I'm looking for your help in deciding where to play - what are the two publicly available courses along the way that can't be missed? For example, if you were traveling I-80 through Nebraska I'd tell you a must-play is Wild Horse Golf Club. Located in Gothenburg (the middle of nowhere), built by local farmers, it is one of the finest courses I've ever played with perfect greens that run around a 13. A gem in the rough, not to be missed. I'll be on I-70 East from Denver to St. Louis, then heading South on I-24/I-75 through the tip of Kentucky, and then Tennessee and Georgia. I have fond memories of playing Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain long ago, which is part of the Tennessee Golf Trail, and while a bit out of my way I am thinking of including it. What don't I want to miss? Thank you for your help!
  4. Catalonia is said to be one of the best places overseas to play golf. When is the best time to go and what resort would you all recommend? Just looking for advice really as I want to escape come spring time.
  5. It's gotta be the 17th at Oubaai for me. The course is in Herolds Bay near George on the famous Garden Route of South Africa. It's the first Ernie Els signature course in South Africa. The hole is short, but depending on the conditions, your club selection may range from 4iron to pw.
  6. Next week I'm flying into Santa Rosa and staying in Sonoma. My wife thinks this is about wine tasting and the Napa Jazz Festival. I'm pretty much thinking golf. Do any of you have suggestions for reasonable priced courses? I'd want to play 18 holes at least once and 9 holes a couple of times (need to manage the time for the other vacation priorities). And if any of you in the area want to join me, let me know.