Columnist: David Theoret

Forest Hills Golf Club – A Little Slice of Donald Ross in Augusta

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  • 2 Months ago
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By:  David Theoret It’s that time of year again, when all eyes of the golfing world stare directly at Augusta, Georgia and the first major championship of the season, The Masters. The area is certainly a well-known golf destination. Outside of Augusta National, the course very few of us will ever have the privilege of […]

Orange Lake Resort Has Two Surprising Courses

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  • 3 Months ago
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By David Theoret Many are familiar with Orange Lake Resort in Orlando with their upscale condominium style accommodations, which includes, villas and time share units. The resort also features a full array of amenities including swimming pools, tennis courts, mini golf, a workout facility, meeting/conference areas and multiple dining options. But what they may not […]

World Golf Village – A Golf Lover’s Paradise

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  • 3 Days ago
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By David Theoret   If you’re into golf, The World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida has everything your heart desires. From world class golf on their two championship courses designed by four Hall of Fame members, to the World Golf Hall of Fame and the acclaimed Renaissance World Golf Village Hotel, golf enthusiasts will […]

Founders Club at Pawleys Island is Tried and True!

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  • 4 Months ago
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By: David Theoret The Founders Club at Pawleys Island, south of Myrtle Beach, opened for play in 2008 and attracts golfers because of its unique appeal: the use of sand, rather than long, unforgiving rough. The course was designed by Thomas Walker, former lead designer for Gary Player Design, on land that was previously, the […]

The Conservatory at Hammock Beach is One of Florida’s Finest Golf Courses

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  • 1 Month ago
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By David Theoret Most golfers are familiar with Tom Watson, winner of eight major championships, including five British Opens and outdueling Jack Nicklaus on several occasions. He certainly was fun to watch.   Not as many people are familiar with Tom Watson, the golf course architect. As a golfer, Watson was praised for his passionate […]

Osprey Cove – A Southern Georgia Track That Shouldn’t Be Missed

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  • 5 Months ago
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By: David Theoret Located minutes from the Florida line, Osprey Cove is a private, gated community featuring luxury homes, in a resort atmosphere. Residents at Osprey Cove will find their social calendars crammed with a variety activities, fitness, tennis, swimming, biking, boating, or gardening. Plus, the 18-hole championship Mark McCumber-designed golf course offers another diversion. […]

Beauty Meets Challenge at Bryan Park’s Players Course

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  • 7 Months ago
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By: David Theoret Anyone, who plays golf in the Greensboro, North Carolina, is familiar with Bryan Park. This 36-hole facility is home to two stellar courses, the Champions and the Players. The latter is an 18-hole championship course designed by George Cobb in 1974 and redesigned by Rees Jones in 1988. From the back tees, […]

Escape the Cold Weather at Sarasota’s University Park Country Club

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  • 7 Months ago
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By: David Theoret   If you are looking for a golf escape from the harsh northern winters, you may want to consider University Park Country Club in Sarasota, Florida. University Park offers 27 holes of championship golf that will test even the best of players. Each layout was designed by Ron Garl and can be […]

Brown Golf Management – Making Big Strides in the Hilton Head Area

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  • 8 Months ago
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Brown Golf is a golf course management company on the rise and from what I can see, they do things right. I’ve encountered several companies that take over respectable, well maintained facilities, syphon off all the cash, allow the golf course to lapse into disrepair and leave them as barren as a caterpillar on a […]