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The Best Golf has to Offer in Georgia

From beaches to big cities to farmland to mountains, the state of Georgia has a lot to offer.  History, outdoor activities and shopping are just some of the many experiences you can find here.  And of course there is plenty to chose from when it comes to golf.  Whether you are renting your golf clubs or packing them, here are our top five picks for public golf courses in the state of Georgia.   University of Georgia Golf Course Both beautiful and challenging, this public course designed by Robert Trent Jones is considered one oft eh best university courses in the nation....

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The Best Courses for Advanced Golfers in Florida

Florida is a great destination for advanced golfers, especially with the ability to play TPC Sawgrass.  Add in a mix of sunshine, beaches, great food and a fun culture, and you have the perfect golf getaway! Crooked Cat at Orange County National This Orlando-area public course offers big elevation changes and contoured greens.  The course went through a renovation in 2012 and has since received praise from professional and tour players for its true roll and quick pace.  This links-style course twists and turns, creating big challenge in wind direction.   16301 Phil Ritson WayWinter Garden, FL 34787 (888) 727-3672, (407)...

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The Best Golf Courses for Beginners in California

Home to Hollywood, the Bay Area and some of the best vineyards, California is a top travel destination.  But if you are just learning to play golf or teaching your kids, it can be overwhelming trying to find a good beginner course in this large state.  So here are five of our recommendations for beginner golf courses in California.   Sunken Gardens Golf Course This executive course features 9 holes with relaxing scenery that is perfect for challenging the beginner golfer.   1010 S Wolfe Road Sunnyvale, CA 94086 (408) 739-6588 Green Fees:  $16 - $22 St. Mark Golf Course...

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The Best of Golf in the Nashville Area

Known as the capitol of country music, Nashville also has a large higher education community and is steeped in American history.  There is also plenty to chose from in the way of golf courses but here are five courses that are worth your time on your next visit to Nashville.   Country Hills Golf Course From the back tees, this course comes in at 6,174 yards.  Challenges come in the form of a hilly landscape, a few blind shots and elevated greens that roll fast and true.  And this course won't leave your pocket book feeling empty.   1501 Sandersville...

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The Best Advanced Golf Courses in the Atlanta Area

While there are many well-known private clubs in the Atlanta metro area, there are also some challenging public and semi-private courses that will test even some of the most advanced golfers.  Whether you are packing your clubs or renting them, here are five golf courses that will challenge you in the Atlanta area.   Summer Grove Golf Club Located only a half hour from downtown Atlanta, this course was developed to utilize natural obstacles like wetlands, creeks, and trees.  Here you'll also find plenty of doglegs to challenge your skills.  And as one of only two Audubon Signature courses in the...

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