Uncategorized – Golf Diamante

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

Uncategorized – Golf Diamante

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

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Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

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Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

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Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)

image

Valhalla: a place in Viking mythology where fallen heroes would feast and toast their victories at the side of Odin, for all eternity. In golfing terms, Valhalla has seen plenty to toast; the 2008 Ryder Cup, won by the United States; the Senior PGA Championship in 2004, won by Hale Irwin and again in 2011, won by Tom Watson; the US PGA Championship in 1996 won by Mark Brooks and then again in 2000, won by Tiger Woods.

(more…)

image

Grass is a unique asset in the sand swept, sun scorched desert of the Baja Peninsula. The grass on Tiger Woods’s new course, El Cardonel will be subject to many pressures when it opens for play in December at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.

(more…)

image
Golf has a big gaping hole to fill at the moment and we’re not talking about TaylorMade’s novelty fifteen inch hole-it-from-everywhere holes. Already past the halfway mark on the PGA Tour season and no one has filled the position vacated by the injured Tiger Woods. (more…)

We are not shy of a few pretty spectacular golf courses here in Cabo San Lucas, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have our own bucket list of golf courses we’d love to play. When we’re not eating seafood on the beach, fishing for tuna, partying till the early hours or playing our own great golf course, you might find us relaxing poolside and dreaming of playing golf in some of these fantastic locations: (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
There have been a lot of weather delays during the 2013 golf season. It started off with strong winds at Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, then snow at the WGC Accenture in Tucson and it finished with storms brewing over Ohio and the Presidents Cup. Perhaps God hasn’t been the biggest fan of golf this year or maybe its something to do with global warming. Whatever the reason, when lightning strikes – run.
(more…)