Golf Travel Stories

Escapes
The night before the mini-golf tournament, I climbed a staircase to scope out the rooftop course at Tee Time Miniature Golf in the seaside town of Stone Harbor, N.J. Looking back, it would have been a much better idea to actually practice on it.
 
A Swing Through Myrtle Beach: Mini-golf's a major deal, rock-and-roll is here to play and life in the fast lane takes on a whole new meaning. (Post, June 29, 2008)
 
A Swing Through Golf History in New Jersey (Post, June 4, 2008)
 
Playing in the Parks: In Death Valley, only a true duffer finds water in the desert. Twice. (Post, May 25, 2008)
 
In Praise of Par-3s: Shorter Rounds for Shorter Days: A 9-Iron and a Putter Can Get You Across Md. (Post, October 10, 2007)
 
Different Strokes in Scotland: To Play Historic Golf Courses at Below-Par Rates, Head to East Lothian (Post, May 27, 2007)
 
GOLF MAJORS 101: It's Tee Time: Seeing the Remaining Championships (Post, April 9, 2006)
 
TRAVEL Q&A: Going Fore Pebble Beach (Post, April 2, 2006)
 
Myrtle Beach: Greens for Less Green (Post, March 12, 2006)
 
Three Above Par: These Locations More Than Just Golf as the Main 'Course' (washingtonpost.com, February 7, 2006; 2:57 PM)
 
At Ireland's Golfing Greats, The Grass Is Always Greener (Post, April 10, 2005)
 
The Last Resort: When all else failed, they turned a flood-prone West Virginia town into a mountain-lake getaway. (Post, September 22, 2004)
 
The First Resort: Two years on, the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay stands alone in Cambridge, Md. (Post, June 23, 2004)
 
Georgia Golf: Marsh Madness: Tough Tees on St. Simons Island (Post, May 23, 2004)
 
Sand Trap: With better courses not far from the boardwalk, Ocean City is luring more beach-bound golfers. (Post, April 14, 2004)
 
Arizona Golf, With Reservations (Post, November 30, 2003)
 
Fore Score and a Seven Iron Ago . . .: At the Links at Gettysburg, a Round of Golf Is a Swing Through History (Post, July 2, 2003)
 
Twofer Tee: Split-Level Golfing at Va.'s Wintergreen Resort (Post, August 14, 2002)
 
A Toast to Scottish Greens (Post, April 7, 2002)
 
Spring/Summer Golf: Quebec's Greens Scene (Post, April 1, 2001)
 

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