Winter Golf Resorts

Just because it’s cold and nasty out, it doesn’t mean you need to put away your clubs until the sun shines hot again. Sometimes a bit of a challenge—but who says that makes it less fun?—winter golf can still be your #1 form of exercise, entertainment, and social time. People in the Northeast or Midwest tend to forget that the rest of the country just does not get as cold, so we just need to get a little creative about where we play. (i.e. Places like Boston or Minneapolis just may not make the cut.) When in doubt, just go to Hawaii.

MSNBC ran an article last year about America’s 10 best winter golf resorts, and I think you’ll find the info to still be quite up-to-date and helpful. Here are the ten they recommend:

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10 Great Places to go for the Green (Golfing)

  1. Amelia Island Plantation – Amelia Island, Florida
  2. Barton Creek Resort & Spa – Austin, Texas
  3. The Broadmoor – Colorado Springs, Colorado
  4. Kapalua Resort – Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii
  5. Pebble Beach Resorts – Pebble Beach, California
  6. Kiawah Island Golf Resort – Kiawah Island, South Carolina
  7. Mauna Lani Resort – Big Island, Hawaii
  8. Pinehurst Resort – Pinehurst, North Carolina
  9. Reynolds Plantation – Greensboro, Georgia
  10. Turning Stone Resort & Casino – Verona, New York

(Thanks, USA Today.)

By the way, I’m back from Jackson Hole where I enjoyed some golf myself at Jackson Hole G&TC. I wouldn’t put it on a top ten list, but it was fun and it’s nice to play golf in warm air with snow capped mountains in the background.
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