Columnist: Mike May

May Is PHIT America Month

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  • 3 Days ago
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By Mike May   Thousands of ways to get moving and stay healthy!!   Americans need to commit to be physically active, as if their life depended on it……because it does.  To help Americans understand the urgency to be physically active, PHIT America, the non-profit campaign focused on overcoming the severe ramifications of physical inactivity, […]

Golf in Cornwall, U.K: JAMES BRAID’S LEGACY

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  • 3 Months ago
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By Mike May Golf in Cornwall is the biggest reason vacationers flock to England’s most western county.  More than 30 golf courses are littered about the area, ranging from the Cape Cornwall Golf and Country Club to the Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club. For history buffs, you might also be interested to learn that […]

MOUNT VINTAGE GOLF CLUB: A PALMETTO STATE PEARL

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  • 1 Month ago
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By Mike May If you want a genuine Southern golf experience that is complemented by rolling hills, loblolly pines, and blooming dogwoods, visit the Mount Vintage Golf Club in North Augusta, South Carolina. It is only a 20-minute drive from the Augusta National Golf Club in nearby Augusta, Georgia. Mount Vintage Golf Club has many […]

SEA TRAIL:  A STAY-&-PLAY GEM

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  • 2 Months ago
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By Mike May If you are seeking a fun, memorable, and affordable East coast golf getaway with your buddies, or your family, set your sights on the Sea Trail Resort, located in the Brunswick Isles area of North Carolina, just south of Wilmington. Sea Trail is actually in Sunset Beach, where the nearby beaches along […]

Stay & Play at Goose Pond Colony in Northern Alabama

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  • 5 Months ago
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By: Mike May                        If you are searching for a scenic, relaxing, stay-and-play golf getaway, head for Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Alabama, a true Dixie delight. When you arrive at Goose Pond Colony Resort, you can’t help but relax and enjoy the resort. It’s built in a rural setting on beautiful Lake Guntersville and […]

TRUE BLUE GOLF CLUB:  A BLUE-RIBBON EXPERIENCE

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  • 4 Months ago
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By Mike May If and when you get a chance to visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, do yourself a favor and book a tee time at the True Blue Golf Club. A memorable experience is guaranteed. If anything, you will probably be disappointed, you only budgeted time for one round and not two or more […]

The Oconee Course:  Truly One of Georgia’s Finest

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  • 7 Months ago
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By Mike May The quality of the golf experience at The Oconee Course at the Reynolds Lake Oconee is on par with the quality of the Ritz Carlton Lodge that sits across the street. If I had to limit my description of this stay-and-play experience to just four words, they would be pure, pleasant, photogenic […]

Golfer’s Have a Crush on the Love Course @ Barefoot Resort

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  • 7 Months ago
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By Mike May While Davis Love III will always be remembered for winning the 1996 PGA Championship, a winning Ryder Cup Captain, and for being the second oldest person to win a PGA Tour event, he deserves as many accolades for the work he has done as a golf course architect at The Love Course […]

GOLD TOE GOLF SOCKS ARE SECOND-TO-NONE

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  • 8 Months ago
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Any car mechanic will tell you that the key to a smooth ride in any kind of automobile, regardless of the vehicle’s sticker price, is a good set properly balanced and aligned tires. That same theory applies to golfers, as well. Regardless of the quality of your golf clubs and the rhythm of your swing, […]

Callaway Gardens:  Georgia’s Gorgeous Golf Getaway

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  • 8 Months ago
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By: Mike May Outdoor enthusiasts, walkers, hikers, bicyclists, birdwatchers, boaters, fishermen, and zipliners have been visiting Callaway Gardens, since the resort opened in 1952, but golf remains the number one attraction. Surrounding the courses at Callaway Gardens, you will see the magnolias, azaleas, and possibly even spot a great horned owl. Birdies, however, may be […]
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