Winter is coming, but that doesn’t mean your golf season has to end. If cooler temperatures have you trading your golf clubs for a snow shovel, it’s time to plan your getaway. Pack your bags; we’re heading to greener pastures…
Kiawah Island Golf Resort – Kiawah Island, South Carolina
The Kiawah Island Golf Resort features five courses designed by five legendary architects: Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Clyde Johnson, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. It’s also only the fourth club in the US to have hosted every major PGA of America event, including the 1991 Ryder Cup and the 2012 PGA Championship. Bring your A-game and test your skills where the pros play.
La Quinta Resort – Palm Springs, California
Renowned for its stunning views and challenging play, the La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs offers 90 holes, including courses designed by golf greats Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. In addition to fantastic golf, you can indulge at the resorts six restaurants, enjoy some relaxation at the spa or go for a dip in one of 41 pools and 53 hot tubs.
Reunion Resort – Orlando, Florida
The Reunion Resort in sunny Orlando features courses designed by three of golf’s biggest legends—Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson—as well as Annika Sorenstam’s first golf school and only teaching facility. With packages for singles, couples, foursomes, even unlimited golf, there’s something for everyone at Reunion—not to mention seven dining options and a bevy of spa services available to guests. And best of all, you can take home a souvenir from Reunion that will make all your golfing buddies envious…
Sea Island Resort – Sea Island, Georgia
The Sea Island Resort, home of the recent McGladrey Classic, offers three courses with features that vary from splendid views of the Atlantic Ocean to paths that wind through Southern marshes. And if you feel like giving your golf clubs a rest, the Sea Island Resort also has state-of-the-art tennis and squash facilities.
We-Ko-Pa Golf Club and Resort – Scottsdale, Arizona
The We-Ko-Pa Golf Club Resort incorporates Native American traditions and Southwestern culture into everything from cuisine to golf and more. Two award-winning courses—Cholla and Saguaro—offer what many consider the quintessential desert golfing experience: pristine greens tucked into hillsides, rolling hills that follow the natural lay of the land and spectacular views everywhere you turn.