Autumn and Golf a Perfect Blend
It seems that only yesterday I was writing to you and saying how great it was that spring was upon us and we could get out and play all the golf we wanted for the next eight months.
Well, autumn is upon us. But that doesn’t mean we have to put the sticks away in the back of the closet. Indeed, autumn is a perfect time of the year for our game. The leaves have begun to turn color, the days still mild and the courses are in superb shape. This time of the year can offer up some of the sweetest days to play golf in our region of the country, especially in our region.
In this issue we take a look at the Troon Golf Management company and give you the rundown on how the industry leader has and continues to grow while telling you about some of its managed properties in New Jersey.
We take a pleasant visit to Union League National Golf Club in South Jersey and let you know all about the unique, challenging and beautiful course.
Brunswick Islands in North Carolina section of Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand makes for a perfect getaway this fall and we tell you what’s special about the area.
If it’s autumn winter is a few months down the road but that doesn’t mean you have to stop playing. Thanks to the warming waters of the Atlantic Ocean the area’s golf courses can remain open during the cold weather months, so we take a look at where you can continue to play once the temperatures drop a bit.
If you are looking for a grand trip this fall, why not visit Mesquite located in the Mohave Desert for one very different stay and play. Mesquite is located close to Las Vegas and offers a wealth of golf courses and spectacular surroundings.
And Puerto Rico has quietly become a golfing destination. We check the island out and give you the lowdown on what makes it a great place to visit with your sticks.
So, enjoy our issue and play as much golf as you can this fall. It’s a super time of the year for our game.
Sean Fitzsimmons Publisher