Archives for December 2013

Hola Lorena Ochoa Gracias

Hola Lorena Ochoa Gracias

Hola Lorena Ochoa! by Dave Finn

Riviera Maya Mexico – How often do you get the chance to play golf with a former number #1 golfer in the world? No, not Rory, Lorena Ochoa – the #1 female golfer in world for 157 weeks in a row and Mexico’s national icon.

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La Dolce Veneto – Venice Italy

La Dolce Veneto – Venice Italy

La Dolce Veneto – Venice and Beyond!

By Jane Finn

Despite the fact that I studied art history and Dave architecture at university, after Rome and Florence, we were on historical and cultural ‘overload’.  We knew that like fine wine and great food, we needed a break to experience the ‘dolce vita’ and not rush our Venice experience. Firmly believing that the charm of the Veneto community extended well beyond the lagoon, we grabbed a rental car at the Maestro station and headed for the countryside and a couple of rounds of golf before venturing off to Venezia, reportedly the most visited city in the world.

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Golf in the Low Country – Pawleys Island SC

Golf in the Low Country – Pawleys Island SC

Laid back in Low Country – Pawleys Island South Carolina By Dave Finn

Pawleys Island SC – The Myrtle Beach/Grand Strand area is a 60 mile stretch of coast line that is home to almost 100 top-ranked courses so choosing a handful to play can be a tough decision.  On this trip we ventured to the very south end of the Grand Strand to explore the Pawleys Island region, best known for its’ “low country-style” layouts.

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Golf Almost Free in Santee, SC

Golf Almost Free in Santee, SC

Almost Free to Golf in Santee, SC

By Dave Finn

Santee SC – I have exhibited at or attended well over a hundred golf and travel shows across Canada and the north east United States and have yet to find a better valued golf destination then Santee.  You tell me!  Where else can you go to stay and play 18 holes of golf with a power cart, overnight accommodation and continental breakfast for $56 USD?  In my own backyard, green fees alone start at $56 and that’s without a cart let alone food and a room to flop in. 

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